Job: Veterinary Parasitologist, Ross University
|Title||Veterinary Parasitologist, Ross University|
|Location||Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, U.S.A.|
Background and Position: Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1982 and is located in St. Kitts, West Indies and is accredited by the St. Christopher & Nevis Accreditation Board and is fully accreditation with the American Veterinary Medical Association. The School of Veterinary Medicine is affiliated with 22 AVMA-accredited U.S. veterinary schools where students complete their clinical year. The University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the only facility outside the U.S. and Canada accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Essential Responsibilities: The successful candidate will report to the Dean for Faculty and Academic Programs and the section chief for Pathobiology. Duties and responsibilities include teaching parasitology to 2nd-semester veterinary students in our team-taught pre clinical program courses, contributing to the research and service missions of the school, including exposing veterinary students to research.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A primary interest in teaching parasitology to veterinary students and teaching these disciplines in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, or an equivalent educational system is required. An interest in and focus on research is also essential. Research expertise, as evidenced by a record of funded research with peer reviewed publications, is required. An applicant for this position must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere.
Required Credentials and Education: The candidate must have a DVM and/or PhD from an accredited institution and a record of teaching and research responsibility.
Disclaimer: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs or technological developments).