We Have an Opening for a Clinical Assistant Professor!

Published: October 7th, 2015

Category: Featured, News

Are you, or is someone you know, interested in working in shelter medicine? Want to teach the next generation while hands on in a shelter?

We’re looking for a veterinary educator to do hands-on training in our new Shelter Medicine Clerkship at Alachua County Animal Services as a Maddie’s® Clinical Assistant Professor of Shelter Medicine.

We want:

  • Someone with experience “walking the walk” of a professional shelter veterinarian meeting the challenges of working in a municipal animal shelter.
  • An individual happiest working in a team environment with others who share your passion and commitment to serving the underserved with high-quality medical, surgical, and behavioral services.
  • A person who loves teaching others, particularly novice veterinary students, how to provide individual animal care and population-level care to ensure that shelter medicine is practiced according to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters.
  • Someone who has already investigated the steps to become a specialist in Shelter Medicine such as a residency, internship, fellowship, or Certificate in Shelter Medicine and expect to sit for the ABVP Boards within 3 years.

Interested? Click here to apply now!

Applications will be accepted until November 4, 2015.