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Resident in Veterinary Anaesthesia (Full-Time)
Dick White Referrals (DWR) is pleased to invite applications for a resident position in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. Dick White Referrals is a small animal referral centre, with a busy and challenging case-load and state-of-the-art facilities (including 5 theatres, 4 dog wards, dedicated cat ward, MRI, CT, digital radiography, ultrasound, on site laboratory with clinical pathology and histology, intensive care facilities, water treadmill and physiotherapy unit), offering secondary and tertiary referral service for small animals in soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery, neurology/neurosurgery, minimally invasive surgery, interventional radiology, internal medicine, cardiology, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging, dermatology and physiotherapy. The centre is currently undergoing expansion, with expected completion date mid 2019.
DWR is an ECVAA (European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia) training centre, offering a standard training programme supervised by 4 ECVAA diploma holders, based at DWR and at Newmarket Equine Hospital (NEH), where the anaesthesia team of DWR provides an in hour anaesthesia service. Externships will be organised to gain experience in farm animals and exotic/wild animal anaesthesia. DWR has been offering a residency training porgramme in veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia since 2009.
The suitable candidate will join a team of 4 ECVAA Diploma holders, a Clinical Fellow, two residents, three anaesthesia interns and three anaesthesia technicians. He/she must be enthusiastic, interested and with some experience in anaesthesia, analgesia and intensive care, keen to work as part of a team. As parte of ECVAA pre-residency requirements, he/she must have done at least a one year rotating internship (or have at least two years experience in general practice), and a second anaesthesia internship is desirable, but not essential. Candidates must be UK resident or entitled to reside in UK under the current UK immigration law, be member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons by the time of the starting date of the position, and hold a driving licence valid in UK. If not of English mother language, candidates must have good knowledge of spoken and written English, preferably certified by examination.
The successful candidate is expected to spend approximately 75% of the time in clinic, will have in total approximately 14 weeks per year off clinic (included annual leave), allocated to study, external rotations, work on research projects, CPD. The on call out-of-hours rota for DWR is 1:4. A CPD allowance is available on top of the salary. An attractive benefit package is also provided.
The deadline for applications is 8th April 2018, with the interviews in the week starting the 16th of April and the expected starting date for the appointment the 1st July 2018.
For details regarding the residency programme, please consult DWR website, where a description of the residency programme is available in the anaesthesia page, or contact Dr Federico Corletto ([email protected]). Candidates wishing to apply to the position should send to Dr Corletto a curriculum vitae, a letter of intent and the contact details of two references.
Intern in Veterinary Anaesthesia (Full-Time)
Dick White Referrals is looking for three Veterinary surgeons interested in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia to join its team as anaesthesia intern. Dick White Referrals can offer you the ideal environment to refine your skills and acquire new ones, under the supervision of four ECVAA Diplomates and three anaesthesia residents.
The ideal candidate is a veterinary surgeon with a strong interest in anaesthesia, who would like to eventually enroll in a residency program. An attractive benefit package is offered.
Dick White Referrals is a large, still rapidly expanding, small animal referral clinic, with state of the art facilities, including modern anaesthesia workstations with comprehensive haemodynamic and ventilatory monitoring, a dedicated ultrasound machine to perform peripheral nerve blocks, non-invasive cardiac output monitoring and a multidisciplinary intensive care unit. We are conveniently located between Newmarket, the home of horse racing, and Cambridge, with its world-renowned university, with direct access to London and Stansted Airport. The strategic location will satisfy people loving countryside/small villages and large towns/cities.
Caseload includes soft tissue surgery, minimally invasive and interventional procedures, orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery (spine and brain surgery), ophthalmic surgery and anaesthesia for advanced diagnostic procedures (MRI and CT, both on site). We also provide in hours anaesthesia service to Newmarket Equine Hospital, one of the largest Equine Referrals in Europe, a partnership that allows us to run a standard residency program, although interns will not rotate to the Equine Hospital.
The current anaesthesia team consists of 5 senior anaesthetists (four of which are Dipl.ECVAA), three residents, three interns and three anaesthesia technicians/nurses. The successful candidate will join a team of 30 specialists in various disciplines, working together to offer the best possible quality of care to small animals. The anaesthesia team holds weekly journal clubs, and case discussion/book reading. The suitable candidate will be involved only with small animals anaesthesia, and spend two thirds of his/her time providing anaesthesia for imaging procedures, where knowledge will be consolidated, and the remnant third of the time in theatre, where new skills will be acquired under the close supervision of a senior resident or a Diplomate. Interns are encouraged to undertake a research project, under the guidance of a senior clinician. Anaesthesia interns participate in a 1:4 out of hours on call rota, always directly supervised by a senior member of the team.
Candidates must be MRCVS, or eligible to register with the RCVS, and have the right to work in UK (UK or EU citizenship, or with valid UK working VISA for the duration of the internship). If not of English mother language, candidates must have good knowledge of spoken and written English, preferably certified by examination.
If interested, please send your curriculum vitae, a letter of intent, and the contact details of two references to Dr Corletto ([email protected]). For any information, please contact the same email address. The deadline for applications is 30th April 2018, with interviews following shortly after the closing date.
SENIOR CLINICAL TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP IN ANAESTHESIA
Start Date 1 August 2018
Scholarship award: £22,456.00 in year one.
The Scholarship is for one year in the first instance, renewable for periods of one year up to a total of three years.
The Scholarship provides an outstanding opportunity to receive specialist training in all aspects of veterinary anaesthesia. You will be required to register for a post-graduate qualification by enrolling onto the European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
You will receive core training in all aspects of academic and clinical anaesthesia, pain management and peri-operative medicine (including critical care) in both small and large animals at the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital. You will also be required to undertake and publish a research project, and participate in one-to-one and small-group teaching of veterinary students. The training programme is approved by the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
You must be a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, or hold a veterinary degree qualifying you for membership. Membership will be required prior to commencing the Scholarship. A minimum of twelve months experience in a rotating internship or at least two years’ experience in general practice is essential.
Informal discussion: contact Matthew McMillan [email protected]
Application form (SCTS1) and information pack about the Scholarship: download from link below.
Closing date: 30th March 2018
Interview date: 24th April 2018
Please quote reference PP14931 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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Clinical and Professional Practice Scholar (Continuous) in
Starting May 2018
The College of Veterinary Medicine and The Animal Hospital at Murdoch University are seeking an experienced veterinary anaesthetist/clinical academic to provide clinical teaching within The Animal Hospital at Murdoch University. The successful candidate will combine small group teaching with the delivery of a small number of lectures and practical classes into our AVMA-accredited programme. The individual will also support the clinical anaesthesia service within our state-of-the-art hospital facility. This is the opportunity for a veterinarian focused on the pursuit of excellence in patient care, evidence-based practice and teaching, to develop their personal and professional goals within a highly supportive and expert environment while enjoying the dream destination of Western Australia.
The preferred candidate will join an experienced anaesthesia team including two European Board-certified Diplomats and an American Board-certified Diplomat. These senior anaesthetists are supported by two Assistants in veterinary anaesthesia, three nurses (dedicated solely the veterinary anaesthesia section) and three trainees in veterinary anaesthesia. The anaesthesia section provides clinical service to a team of specialists in small animal and equine surgery, small animal and equine medicine, dermatology, ophthalmology, production animal medicine and a 24 hour-a-day emergency/ICU.
In addition to an exciting and challenging work environment, you can also experience Perth’s natural beauty; located around the idyllic Swan River, with warm, sunny weather and relaxed lifestyle; explore our famous coastal beaches or visit the stunning southwest wine district; famous for its majestic karri forests, bushwalking, wine and wildflowers. Australia is an exciting destination boasting spectacular wilderness, rare wildlife, rich indigenous heritage and friendly hospitality and is the perfect destination for a working holiday.
We have put together an attractive salary package, which includes 17% superannuation. Eligible applicants will be board-certified (e.g. Dip ECVAA, Dip ACVAA, FANZCVS), have previous teaching experience, and have a veterinary degree that is registrable with the Veterinary Surgeons’ Board in Western Australia. For further information please contact Dr Anthea Raisis ([email protected]) or Professor Peter Irwin ([email protected]) on (+61-8) 9360 2590.
For more information or to apply for this role, please visit http://jobs.murdoch.edu.au/ to view the Guide for Applicants and Position Description. Here you will also find the online form to submit your application.
Candidates will need to submit:
- A cover letter
- Your most recent resume (CV)
- A statement addressing the selection criteria (found in the Position Description)
Applications close 22 March 2018
Vetagro-Sup, veterinary campus of Lyon (France) invites applications for a residency position in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
The Anaesthesia Residency Training Program at the Veterinary School of Lyon offers to the successful candidate the opportunity to gain expertise and skills in order to enable pursuit of a career in the specialties of veterinary anaesthesia and critical care to the highest possible standard and to prepare for/sit the Diploma examination of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (www.ecva.eu.com).
Required education and credentials:
The candidate must have a veterinary degree and be licensed to practice veterinary medicine and surgery in Europe. The candidate must have followed a pre-residency program that consists of at least 1 year internship or equivalent approved by the Credentials and Education committee. This includes any clinical internship in a training centre. An internship in anaesthesia or small or large animal medicine or surgery will suffice, but programs designed to allow rotation through disciplines, and across species, are encouraged.
An applicant for this position must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills, must speak French or/and English and must have a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere.
Residency training program:
Standard residency training program run over three years: 2018-2021
The contract will be renewed each year based on evaluation of the previous year.
The program will start the 1st April 2018.
Anaesthesia clinical service, including emergency and intensive care (VetAgro Sup)
75% of time (37 weeks per annum) for each of the 3 years will be spent in the clinics, helping to provide the clinical anaesthesia service, and helping to instruct veterinary students in the theory and practice of anaesthesia. This time is split between the large and small animal hospitals, in order to satisfy the examination requirements to have a working knowledge of anaesthesia in a wide number of species.
Research, conferences, holidays
25% of time (15 weeks per annum) will be allocated for private study, work on research projects, CPD* (continuing professional development) (7w), attending conferences (1w) or going to other relevant institutions (2w), and holidays (5w). The resident will have to write up at least two case reports and to complete at least two clinically based research projects and to have the papers submitted in a peer-reviewed journal before completion of the residency.
More detailed program is available on request.
The application shall include:
-A letter of intent indicating the reasons for seeking this program and professional career goals
-Current curriculum vitae,
-Certificates (veterinary degree, internship diploma)
-Transcripts of University performances
-Two letters of reference from persons knowledgeable of the applicant’s veterinary school performance, clinical training and subsequent experiences
Application dead line: 8 march 2018
For more detailed information and application, please contact:
Pr Karine PORTIER,
VetAgro Sup, Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon
1 Avenue Bourgelat
F-69280 Marcy L’Etoile, France
The Department of Clinical Sciences at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) invites applications for 1 full-time faculty position in Veterinary Anesthesia and Pain Management beginning immediately. Rank will be dependent upon qualifications but can be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Candidates must have a DVM degree or equivalent and advanced residency training in Anesthesia and Pain Management. Preference will be given to those who are diplomates of the ACVAA (or ECVAA), but candidates who are ACVAA or ECVAA board-eligible may be considered. A PhD is preferred but not required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- The successful candidate will contribute to instruction of veterinary medical students, and is expected to communicate effectively with faculty, staff, and students throughout the University.
- Primary after-hours emergency support in anesthesia is provided by anesthesia technicians, with shared back-up support by anesthesia faculty.
- Teaching responsibilities include primarily didactic and laboratory instruction of veterinary medical students.
- Faculty members are expected to be involved in continuing education, committee service, and curriculum development.
- Faculty have a 70% appointment in teaching, which comprises participation in 3 semesters per year of teaching didactic lectures and laboratories, consultation and support for clinicians in the Ross University Veterinary Clinic, with the remaining time split between research (20%) and service (10%).
- Research publications or other scholarly activities to advance veterinary anesthesiology and/or pain management are expected.
- Successful faculty are expected to develop an extramurally funded research program that includes collaboration with other scientists, advising of graduate student research, and publication in peer-reviewed journals.
- Completes other duties as assigned.
- A DVM or comparable degree is required.
- Board certification in Anesthesiology (ACVAA American College of Veterinary Anesthesiology and Analgesia or European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia) and a PhD are preferred.
- Research expertise, as evidenced by a record of funded research and peer-reviewed publications is required for appointment at the rank of Associate Professor.
- There is an expectation to develop a focused research program.
- S/He will have demonstrated expertise in teaching professional DVM students in anaesthesiology.
- The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere.
There is no personal income tax in St. Kitts. As an expatriate, you may still be responsible to report income in your home country. Please consult a tax advisor for more information on implications for you.
Interested applicants should apply online at http://veterinary.rossu.edu/about/careers-at-rusvm.html. A letter of intent describing the vision of their contribution in areas of teaching, research and service, a curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of three references will be required. Questions about the position can be addressed to Dr. Jill Maney ([email protected]) or Cynthia Butchley ([email protected]). This position is available currently and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Reference letters are requested prior to on campus interviews.
We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today.
We are looking to expand our anaesthesia team to bring it up to 4 or 5 anaesthetists. We currently have three Boarded anaesthetists and are seeking a Boarded or Board eligible anaesthetist in a busy, multi-disciplinary, referral-only small animal hospital in Hampshire, UK. We have a varied caseload of unusual and challenging cases and a close knit enthusiastic team. We continue to expand our clinical services and believe in a team approach to challenging cases.
We currently accept referrals in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, internal medicine, oncology, neurology, cardiology, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, anaesthesiology and physiotherapy. Our Specialist Clinicians are supported by a team of highly qualified registered veterinary nurses, nursing assistants and interns. We have two nurses with VTS Anaesthesia qualifications and many of our nurses have advanced qualifications.
Our anaesthetists are directly responsible for: pre-anaesthetic assessments, anaesthesia induction and recovery, management of critical or high risk anaesthesia, sedation for non-invasive procedures, local anaesthetic techniques, long and short term analgesia management and assisting clinicians with critical cases in wards where necessary. We also run a pain clinic with acupuncture and plan to establish a residency programme.
We offer a comprehensive package including: competitive salary, contributory pension, healthcare & pet insurance. Anderson Moores is located in a rural setting but close to national and international transport links (Heathrow, Southampton and Bournemouth airports, direct train links to London and the Midlands) and easy access to the South coast for recreational activities.
Candidates must be MRCVS or hold a veterinary degree registrable with the RCVS and also eligible to work in the United Kingdom. The position is ideally full time, but part time positions may also be considered.
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the University of Liege invites applications for the position of a Clinical Anaesthetist in the Equine Hospital. The position is open from now on. The successful candidate will provide anaesthesia and peri-operative care of hospitalized patients and will contribute to the educational commitments of the team. The position includes a 1 in 4 out-of-hours service.
The position would suit applicants who have a solid clinical experience in equine medicine and anaesthesia.
For further information, please contact Charlotte Sandersen ([email protected]). If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your CV, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation.
We are seeking an additional veterinary surgeon in the area of veterinary anaesthesia, to add to our large, active clinical team. Motivation and team working are key attributes. Candidates should possess a primary veterinary degree registerable with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. The successful candidate will have some clinical experience in veterinary anaesthesia and will be required to participate in clinical teaching, and contribute to educational and anaesthesia research programmes.
This is a full time, fixed term post until 31 January 2019. Job share arrangements may be considered for this position.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Ian Self, email [email protected]. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.”
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is looking for a veterinary anaesthetist for a fixed term maternity cover (part time 21 hours per week) for a period of six months.
You will contribute to the provision of clinical anaesthesia in the School’s Small Animal and Equine Hospitals, including a share of the out-of-hours work. We are also willing to consider candidates who prefer to do small animal anaesthesia only.
You must hold a veterinary degree and, at the time of appointment, be registered with the RCVS. The ideal candidate would hold a Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia or has completed a residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia. Candidates with extensive clinical anaesthesia experience will also be considered.
You will contribute to the delivery and assessment of our BVM&S undergraduate degree programme as well as to postgraduate training and education programmes.
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is situated on the Easter Bush Campus 10 miles south of Edinburgh on the edge of the Pentland Hills and houses outstanding teaching and clinical facilities as well as the Roslin Institute, one of the world’s leading veterinary research centres.
Informal enquiries are encouraged and should be directed to Gudrun Schoeffmann on 0131 651 7478 or [email protected].
Please apply online at: https://www.ed.ac.uk/human-resources/jobs
Closing date: 20th December 2017
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is looking for a Lecturer or Clinician in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia.
Appointment will be made either at UE07 or UE08 level depending on experience.
You will contribute to the provision of clinical anaesthesia in the School’s Small Animal and Equine Hospitals, including a share of the out-of-hours work, as well as the delivery and assessment of our BVM&S undergraduate degree programme and postgraduate training and education programmes. The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is an ideal environment to develop your clinical interests and research ambitions from a campus with strong collaborative links.
You must hold a veterinary degree and, at the time of appointment, be registered with the RCVS. The ideal candidate would hold a Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia or has completed a residency in Veterinary Anaesthesia.
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is situated on the Easter Bush Campus 6 miles south of Edinburgh on the edge of the Pentland Hills and houses outstanding teaching and clinical facilities as well as the Roslin Institute, one of the world’s leading veterinary research centres.
Informal enquiries are encouraged and should be directed to Gudrun Schoeffmann on 0131 651 7478 or [email protected].
Please apply online at: https://www.ed.ac.uk/human-resources/jobs
Closing date: 20th December 2017
The Royal Veterinary College offers three year training programmes that fulfils the credential requirements of the European or American College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. All Residents are also registered for a Master’s degree in Veterinary Medicine (subject to validation early 2018). Residents will be supported by a team of five ECVAA Diplomates, one ECVAA and ACVAA Diplomate, two experienced staff clinicians and nine anaesthesia nurses. An anaesthesia service is provided for the full range of disciplines in the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (QMHA), as well as for the Equine Referral Hospital (ERH) and Farm Animal service. Residents will be able to develop their clinical anaesthesia and analgesia skills allowing them to successfully manage both routine and complex cases in a wide variety of species, as well as becoming adept at coping with complications.
There is a large clinical component to the programme but you will also be involved in student teaching and clinical research. Residents will have the opportunity to spend time with other clinical disciplines within the RVC and you will be expected to develop a thorough knowledge of the natural course and therapeutics of medical and surgical diseases in the practice of veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia.
You will also need to understand the problems encountered in the application of diagnostic techniques such as radiographic procedures, ultrasound scanning and MR imaging, and the influence of anaesthetic methods on these problems.
All applicants must be eligible for full Membership of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). Non-EU citizens are welcome to apply for any Residency. We are keen to find the best candidates regardless of their nationality and currently have several non-EU Residents. Funding models for these posts are weighted towards EU citizens, so when candidates are equal, Residencies will be offered to EU citizens.
If English is not your first language, you need to submit your English test results with your application. For the Residency programme you must attain 7 in IELTS (Academic) with no element below 6.5. Applicants who do not meet the language requirements, cannot be considered.
Closing Date: Sunday 7th January 2018
Interview Date: Wednesday 14th February 2018
The tax-free stipend will start at £17,500 per annum, increasing by annual increments to £18,500.
University College Dublin, Ireland invites applications for the position of Resident in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia to commence March 2018
This is a three/four year training position with the following aims:
- To gain clinical training in veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia in an ECVAA approved residency programme
- To obtain a professional doctorate (Doctor of Veterinary Medical Specialisation)
- To provide an introduction of and experience in clinical research
- To develop communication and teaching skills.
The Resident will be expected to enroll and successfully complete credentials for the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. They must also enroll for a postgraduate professional doctorate qualification (Doctor of Veterinary Medical Specialisation – DVMS). The successful applicant will have a veterinary qualification registrable by the Veterinary Council of Ireland (see www.vci.ie). A special interest in achieving further qualifications in veterinary anaesthesia is required. Applicants must have completed an internship or its equivalent demonstrating broad training and experience in anaesthesia and/or supporting disciplines as dictated by the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (www.ecvaa.org).
Tax-free Student Stipend:
€24,000 – €26,000 depending on year of registration
Mandatory Selection Criteria
- A veterinary qualification eligible for registration with the Veterinary Council of Ireland (www.vci.ie).
- Completion of a period of 1 – 1.5 year(s) prior to beginning the residency which should cover a range of clinical veterinary disciplines. This ‘pre-residency training’ shall consist of a rotating internship or equivalent approved by the ECVAA Credentials and Education Committee (www.ecvaa.org)
- Demonstration of a clear interest in obtaining a further qualification in anaesthesia and analgesia
- Demonstration of an interest in gaining the UCD Professional Doctorate
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work in a team
- Proficient speaking and writing skills in the English language
- Motivation to succeed
Desirable Selection Criteria
- Familiarity with small and large animal anaesthesia techniques
- Clear proven interest in clinical research
- Interest in undergraduate teaching and a proven track record in presenting and teaching
- Postgraduate qualification and / or evidence of prior publications
All enquiries to:
Dr Lynne Hughes, Associate Professor in Veterinary Anaesthesia
Email address: [email protected]
Closing date 13:00 on Friday 15th December 2017
Full Time, Continuing, Level B/C – $92,117 to $130,114 p.a. (Plus 17% Superannuation)
The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences provides undergraduate courses in Animal Science, Equine Science, Veterinary Science and Veterinary Technology. The School has a strong research reputation and expanding numbers of undergraduate honours and higher research degree students. The School has substantial infrastructure of a very high standard for training veterinary undergraduates, including a Veterinary Clinical Centre and Equine Centre, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, and the Small Animal Clinic. CSU has a training relationship with Wagga Wagga Veterinary Hospital. The Veterinary Teaching Hospital is equipped with state-of-the–art diagnostic and surgical equipment, including advanced endoscopic equipment. A recently acquired 16-slice CT is providing advanced imaging.
As Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesia you will teach undergraduate and postgraduate (interns, residents), perform clinical work and contribute to a broad range of professional and administrative responsibilities. The provision of high quality anaesthetic services to our two hospitals in Wagga Wagga is a vital component of this role. These facilities are staffed by a number of experienced clinicians and specialists as well as interns/residents.
Attractive remuneration with flexible working environment offered at a great regional location. Wagga Wagga, NSW’s largest and fastest growing inland city and rated as Australia’s most family friendly city. Relocation allowance is available to the successful applicant and dependent family.
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria listed in the position description.
Applications close: 21 November 2017
The Department of Clinical Sciences of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applications for a faculty position in anesthesiology. Successful candidates will be able to pursue either a tenure-track or clinical-track position at the rank of Assistant/Associate or Full Professor based on qualifications and individual interests.
Qualifications: Required qualifications are a DVM or its equivalent. Eligibility for, or Board Certification by, the American or European College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia is required. The candidate selected for this position must be able to meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and continue working legally for the proposed term of employment. Excellent communication skills are required. Eligibility for faculty veterinary licensure in the State of Alabama is also required.
Responsibilities: Applicants should have a strong interest and experience in clinical anesthesiology and in instruction of veterinary students. A clinical track position is designed for individuals desiring to focus on service/teaching obligations in a university teaching hospital setting. A tenure tract position is designed for individuals with additional interests in research and other scholarly activity. There is flexibility in the percent effort for the faculty assignments depending on an individual’s interest and expertise. Faculty participate in teaching interns, residents, and veterinary students through various activities including primary case management, patient rounds, didactic lectures, laboratories, and continuing education programs. An anesthesia/pain management residency program is anticipated to be approved in 2018.
Application Review: Review of applications will begin December 15, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.
Application Procedure: Applications must include: a letter of intent stating professional goals; a curriculum vitae; and names and email addresses of three references. Please apply online at: http://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/2542 . Please send additional inquiries to: Dr. Jacob Johnson, Search Committee Chair, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1220 Wire Road, Auburn University, AL. 36849. Telephone:334-844-0801. Email: [email protected] .
About The College: The College of Veterinary Medicine is located on 350 acres at the perimeter of the Auburn University campus. The Wilford and Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital, a state-of-the-art facility, was completed in 2014, and provides 208,000 square feet dedicated to meeting the College’s mission of practicing the highest standards of veterinary medicine. The facility includes a large anesthesia/surgical prep area with nine induction bays, conference room, break room, stat lab, and offices. A dedicated Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) is under construction. Small animal surgery is supported by 11 surgery suites. A 71,500 square foot state-of-the-art large animal hospital opened in 2003. It has separate inpatient and outpatient barns, an isolation ward, and covered lameness arena. Large animal surgery is supported by four surgery suites and four recovery rooms.
The Anesthesia service includes four faculty and eight technicians. It is complemented by specialists in small animal medicine and surgery; equine medicine and surgery; food animal medicine and surgery; avian and exotic medicine; theriogenology, dairy medicine; sports medicine; emergency and critical care; medical, surgical and radiation oncology; ophthalmology; cardiology; dermatology; neurology; radiology; and pathology.
Small animal anesthesia equipment includes integrated Surgivet CDS-9000 workstations with Advisor multi-parameter monitors, Datex-Ohmeda Aestiva 3000 anesthesia workstation with S5 multi-parameter monitor, Hallowell ventilators, Sonosite ultrasound machine, peripheral nerve stimulators, Invivo Precess MR compatible multi-parameter monitor, Surgivet MR compatible anesthesia machine with ventilators (large and small animal), and I-stat point-of-care analyzer. Large animal anesthesia equipment includes SurgiVet large animal anesthesia machines, Narkovet 2/ Drager small animal anesthesia machines and SurgiVet multi-parameter monitors. Other equipment onsite includes Co2 surgical laser (Aesculight), Eklin digital radiology, linear accelerator, 1.5T Phillips MRI, GE 64-slice CT scan (both with large and small animal capabilities), standing equine CT, 3-D printing capabilities, Brainsight(r) stereotactic system, a Siemens digital RF suite, GE interventional radiology suite, 2 Phillips iE 33 ultrasound machines, and 2 Phillips HD11-XE ultrasound machines. The Auburn University MRI center provides 3T and 7T MRI service for client and research patients. The small animal and large animal ICU facilities are approved for ACVECC training, and have dialysis capabilities.
About The University: Auburn University is one of the nation’s premier public land-grant institutions. In 2018, it was ranked 46th among public universities by U.S. News and World Report. Auburn maintains high levels of research activity and high standards for teaching excellence, offering Bachelor’s, Master’s, Educational Specialist, and Doctor’s degrees in agriculture and engineering, the professions, and the arts and sciences. Its 2017 enrollment of 29,776 students includes 23,964 undergraduates and 5,812 graduate and professional students. Organized into twelve academic colleges and schools, Auburn’s 1,450 faculty members offer more than 200 educational programs. The University is nationally recognized for its commitment to academic excellence, its positive work environment, its student engagement, and its beautiful campus.
About the Area: Auburn residents enjoy a thriving community, recognized as one of the “best small towns in America,” and one of the “top ten small towns in the South” with moderate climate and easy access to major cities or to beach and mountain recreational facilities. Situated along the rapidly developing I-85 corridor between Atlanta, Georgia, and Montgomery, Alabama, the combined Auburn-Opelika-Columbus statistical area has a population of over 500,000, with excellent public school systems and regional medical centers.
Auburn University is an EEO/Vet/Disability Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by applicable law.
Salary circa £70,000 per annum (dependant on experience and qualifications)
We are looking for a qualified anaesthetist to join our anaesthesia team to support a rapidly growing referral case load in Derby. Pride Veterinary Centre is a large, extensively equipped state-of-the-art hospital offering specialist services in anaesthesia, diagnostic imaging (including on-site MRI and CT), internal medicine, soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries, neurology, and ophthalmology, as well as cardiology and dermatology departments. The hospital has five surgical theatres, three ultrasound rooms (one cardiology) and two endoscope towers. With a dedicated night team, we provide 24/7 patient care.
The Anaesthesia Department currently comprises of four Diplomates (three ECVAA and one ACVAA), one ECVAA residency-trained fellow and two anaesthesia interns. The department is supported by a team of experienced theatre nurses. Interns and students from the University of Nottingham rotate through our service regularly. The successful candidate will be involved in day to day clinical tasks including: preanaesthetic assessments, anaesthesia induction and recovery, provision of analgesic plans including locoregional anaesthesia, and assisting of other departments with critical cases. We offer an attractive salary and CPD package with generous holidays, dependent upon experience. The applicant must have a veterinary degree registerable with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Preference will be given to those who are Diplomates of the ECVAA or ACVAA, but candidates who have completed college-recognised residencies in anaesthesia would also be considered. We welcome both part-time and full-time applications.
To apply, please send your cover letter and CV to HR [email protected]) by Friday, 3 November 2017.
We are looking for an additional Specialist in Anaesthesia and Analgesia (European or American board certifi ed or eligible to sit the board examinations) to join the team at NDSR. This is a permanent position.
With support from our other Specialists in Anaesthesia, interns and team of highly qualified nurses you will help provide Specialist anaesthesia support for your colleagues in other disciplines within the hospital. The hospital has a busy and highly varied anaesthesia caseload with 20 recognised Specialists in surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology, oncology, neurology cardiology, diagnostic
imaging and anaesthesia.
We are able to offer a generous package in line with other Specialist-level positions.
North Downs Specialist Referrals is one of the longest established private veterinary referral practices in the UK. Purpose built and situated in an attractive, rural and soughtafter part of Surrey, we are within easy access of Gatwick and Heathrow airports and 20 minutes from London by train.
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to Kate Forde at North Downs Specialist Referrals, The Friesian Buildings 3 & 4, The Brewerstreet Dairy Business Park, Brewer Street, Bletchingley, Surrey, RH1 4QP or to [email protected]. For an informal discussion call Terry Emmerson on +44 (0) 1883 741440.
The veterinary school of Nantes (western part of France) has 2 positions to fill in small animal anesthesia and analgesia. We are looking for a veterinarian interested in the field to take part in clinical teaching to veterinary students and to help running the anesthesia service of the teaching hospital. A contribution to clinical research is also encouraged with great opportunities in multiple species.
It is oriented in small animal anesthesia but it can have some additional equine cases too. The position will accommodate the experience of the candidates, junior position for post-internship candidate or clinical-track teaching position for post resident or diplomate.
French speaking is desirable but English will suit too, a vet diploma from the European Union is mandatroy.
CV and letter of intent can be addressed directly to Gwenola Touzot-Jourde ([email protected]).
Dick White Referrals is looking for a Diplomate in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia to join its team. If you are a Diplomate, and you would like to match some of the pros of academia (clinical research, supervision and teaching of residents and students), with the financial rewards and caseload (equine and small animals) of private practice, then look no further! This is the chance you were waiting for.
The ideal candidate is an ACVAA/ECVAA Diplomate, but applications from veterinary surgeons, who have completed a residency in veterinary anaesthesia will also be considered. A very attractive salary/benefit package is offered, with salary depending on experience and qualifications. Both part-time and full-time applications will be considered.
Dick White Referrals is a large, but still rapidly expanding, small animal referral clinic, with state of the art facilities, including modern anaesthesia workstations with comprehensive haemodynamic/ventilatory monitoring, a dedicated ultrasound machine to perform peripheral nerve blocks, non-invasive cardiac output monitoring and a multidisciplinary intensive care unit. We are located between Newmarket and Cambridge, with easy access to London and Stansted Airport. The strategic location will satisfy people loving countryside/small villages and large towns/cities. Caseload includes soft tissue surgery, minimally invasive and interventional procedures, orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery (spine and brain surgery), ophthalmic surgery and anaesthesia for advanced diagnostic procedures (MRI and CT, both on site). We also provide in hours anaesthesia service to
Newmarket Equine Hospital, one of the largest Equine Referrals in Europe, a partnership that allows us to run a standard residency program.
The current anaesthesia team consists of 5 senior anaesthetists (four of which are Dipl.ECVAA), three residents, one intern and four anaesthesia technicians/nurses. The successful candidate will join a team of 30 specialists in various disciplines, working together to offer the best possible quality of care to small animals and horses. Candidates must be MRCVS, or eligible to register with the RCVS. Anaesthetists participate in a 1:5 out of hours on call rota.
If interested, or for any question, please contact Dr Corletto ([email protected]). The position will be open until a suitable candidate is recruited.
VetAgro Sup, (University of Lyon, France) is offering a three year residency position in Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to receive a high quality training and gain expertise and skills to prepare for the Board qualifying examinations of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (ECVAA).
Required education and credentials:
The candidate must have a veterinary degree and be licensed to practice veterinary medicine and surgery in Europe. The candidate must have followed a pre-residency program that consists of at least 1 year rotating internship or an equivalent of at least two years of private practice experience, approved by the Credentials and Education committee.
The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills with a good team approach, must speak English or/and French.
Residency training program:
This standard residency training program runs over three years, from 2017 to 2020. The contract will be renewed each year based on evaluation of the previous year.
The program is expected to start the 01st of December 2017.
The residency program is guided by 2 ECVAA diplomates. In a few words, it consists of: 75% of time (38 weeks per annum) for each of the 3 years will be spent in the clinics, helping to provide the clinical anaesthesia service, and helping to instruct veterinary students in the theory and practice of anaesthesia. This time is split between the large and small animal hospitals, in order to satisfy the examination requirements to have a working knowledge of anaesthesia in a wide number of species.
25% of time (14 weeks per annum) will be allocated for private study, work on research projects, CPD (continuing professional development), attending conferences or going to other relevant institutions, and holidays. The resident will have to write up at least two case reports and to complete at least two clinically based research projects and to have the papers submitted in a peer-reviewed journal before completion of the residency.
A detailed version of the program is available on request.
The position is expected to start the 01st of December 2017.
The dead line to submit your application is the 25th of September 2017
The application shall include:
– A letter of intent,
– A curriculum vitae,
– A copy of diplomas, official transcripts of certificates (veterinary degree, internship diploma)
and veterinary study performances
– Two letters of reference
All applications must be sent to:
Dr Stephane JUNOT,
E-mail : [email protected]
VetAgro Sup, Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon
1 Avenue Bourgelat
F-69280 Marcy L’Etoile, France
Pr Karine PORTIER,
E-mail: [email protected]
VetAgro Sup, Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon
1 Avenue Bourgelat
F-69280 Marcy L’Etoile, France
Take a fresh look at the Animal Health Trust……..………because there’s nothing like it!
Salary range £49 –£57K *
Plus £1250 CPD allowance, 35 days holiday including bank holidays and generous employer contribution to pension
* Includes market force supplement and out of hours payments
From our centre of excellence in Suffolk we are achieving amazing things and leading the way in treating animals and tackling disease. We are committed to clinical excellence, research and education.
We are now looking for an ambitious and energetic anaesthetist to join our team and contribute to our continued success and development. Our clinic contains all the facilities expected of an advanced referral clinic including 1.5T MRI, 16 Slice CT, fluoroscopy, scintigraphy, videoendoscopy, and minimally-invasive surgical equipment. We also have a radiotherapy suite comprising a Clinac 23EX linear accelerator and HDR brachytherapy.
Our small animal clinic is committed to providing the highest standards of patient care, and has an active programme of clinical research and post-graduate training. The anaesthesia team supports specialist departments including small animal and equine oncology and orthopaedics; and small animal internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, neurology, dermatology, ophthalmology and diagnostic imaging. The pathology and clinical pathology laboratories at the AHT complement the clinical services, providing a full on-site diagnostic service.
In addition to the above, our reward package includes time off clinics for research, health benefits and a range of employee discounts.
You will need to be a diplomate or board eligible candidate to apply for this position.
For initial enquiries and further information please contact: Colette Jolliffe ([email protected]).
If you are interested in applying for this position, please forward your CV and covering letter, stating why you are interested in this role and your current salary, to [email protected].
Closing Date: 18th September 2017
The Division of Small Animal Clinical Science is seeking to recruit dynamic, motivated individuals for the following posts.
The successful candidate will provide academic, corporate and strategic leadership in the Small Animal and Equine Hospital referral service by further developing the School’s expertise in Veterinary Anaesthesia. The role will involve leading high quality clinical research and research-led education in partnership with other divisions and institutes within the College; driving the strategic expansion of the SAH academic developments, and delivering a high quality service to referral small animal patients.
Senior Clinician / Clinician
The ideal candidate(s) will hold a Diploma or equivalent qualification (Senior Clinician) but a residency-trained colleague due to sit exams will also be considered (Clinician). The post offers a significant element of ‘off clinics’ time for research and scholarship (including exam study). The role will also involve the delivery of an innovative program of clinical teaching to undergraduates alongside interns and residents.
You will be based at the Garscube Estate, 10 minutes’ drive from the vibrant and cosmopolitan West End of Glasgow, yet less than 30 minutes from the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park with unparalleled access to the outdoors.
Our well-equipped, state of the art referral hospital is serviced by over 30 clinicians, 28 residents/interns, 40 nursing staff and 11 administrative staff, supporting over 10 clinical specialities. In addition there is a busy first opinion out of hour’s service supported by four clinicians and 14 nursing associated staff.
The University has an excellent pension scheme, and a generous supplement is paid for out of hour’s work. Professor salary from £61,179 Grade 8/9: £41,709 – £48,327 / £49,772 – £55,998 per annum plus OOH supplement
Closing date: 3 September 2017.
Applications and full job descriptions via the University Website at http://www.gla.ac.uk/jobs informal (confidential) enquires can be made to either [email protected] or the hospital director (Professor Anne French – [email protected]).
Vacancy Ref: 018653
Two Residency and 2 intern positions at Murdoch University, School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Perth, Australia for 2018
The anaesthesia section at Murdoch is opening up two residency positions (3 years position) in ‘Anaesthesia and Analgesia’ starting in January and June 2018. We are also looking for 2 interns (1 year position) in veterinary anaesthesia, also starting January 2018. The resident applicants should have completed a one year rotating internship or equivalent private practice experience (2 years) in order to be able to get registered with the American or / and European Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia College.
Our team includes ECVAA and ACVAA diplomats, who supervise American or / and European Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia College training programs. Beside the diplomats we have an enthusiastic team of anaesthesia lecturers, technicians, residents and interns (summarizing up to 18 anaesthetists) running a busy small and large animal hospital.
Perth is a great place to live and Murdoch University and is recognised by The Times Higher Education as one of the top 100 universities in the world under the age of 50.
Interested persons should contact Dr. Anthea Raisis, head of the Anaesthesia Section at ‘[email protected]’ for more information