Veterinary Job

South Australia - Light Regional Council

Equine/Small Animal Vet University of Adelaide Roseworthy SA 5371, Australia

Practice Type: Other (e.g. Industry / Academia)
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time
Min Offered: $ 97,577 per year AUD
Posted on: 20 Aug 2019

Large Animal Veterinary Theriogenologist to join global top 50 program

Job Description

(Level B) $97,577 - $115,495 per annum plus an employer contribution of up to 17% superannuation may apply

Ongoing permanent position available immediately

Exciting opportunity for a dedicated, enthusiastic Large Animal Veterinary Theriogenologist to join a veterinary program rated in the global Top 50

The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at the University of Adelaide is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic specialist in large animal veterinary reproduction/theriogenology. Provisionally based in the Department of Equine Health and Performance, the candidate will contribute to clinical services in equine and bovine theriogenology. Strong, collegial support will be available from experienced academic specialists and pathologists, veterinary nurses, client services personnel and technical support staff.

The successful candidate will develop a strong research profile while providing high quality teaching in large animal (equine and ruminant) theriogenology, and will motivate veterinary students and veterinary technology students.

There will be considerable scope to be involved in research within the School, and an individual with a clinical and/or research background in advanced reproductive technologies in large animals, who could enhance the current capabilities within the School, would be ideally suited to the position.

We invite applications from suitable candidates, whether you have recently completed a residency in veterinary theriogenology or have acquired significant experience.

Visa sponsorship and an attractive relocation package will be available for the right candidate.

To be successful you will need:

  • A Qualification in Veterinary Science acceptable for registration in South Australia
  • A completed residency in Veterinary Reproduction/Theriogenology
  • Experience in the delivery of large animal clinical theriogenology services
  • Demonstrated ability in teaching veterinary reproduction/theriogenology at undergraduate and/or DVM level
  • Evidence of a publication record in veterinary theriogenology

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