Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full-time non tenure clinical-track position in Small Animal Primary Care/General Practice. The successful candidate will join a collaborative, high functioning team that focuses on providing the highest level of patient- centered care for small animal patients while teaching veterinary students on rotation in the Companion Animal Clinic. Responsibilities include seeing patients during appointments (well and illness visits) and performing common soft tissue procedures (OVH, neuter, mass removal, etc). The Small Animal Primary Care service also offers full-service small animal oral health evaluation and treatment. There are also opportunities for didactic teaching, as well as instruction in numerous clinical skills and student surgery laboratory components within the D.V.M. curriculum. Much of the curriculum is team-taught, and all faculty members are asked to participate. Small Animal Primary Care faculty members are also expected to serve as clinical mentors for small animal interns.
The following qualifications are required:
The following qualifications are desirable but not required:
Midwestern University is a private, not-for-profit organization that provides graduate and professional education in the health sciences. The University has two campuses -- one in Downers Grove, Illinois and the other in Glendale, Arizona. More than 6,700 full-time students are enrolled in graduate programs in veterinary medicine, osteopathic medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physician assistant studies, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nurse anesthesia, cardiovascular perfusion, podiatry, optometry, clinical psychology, speech language pathology, and biomedical sciences. Over 500 full-time faculty members and 400 staff members are dedicated to the education and development of our students in an environment that encourages learning, respect for all members of the health care team, service, interdisciplinary scholarly activity, and personal growth. The addition of veterinary medicine on the Glendale campus provides an excellent opportunity to train students following the principles of One Health at Arizona's first veterinary college. The college received full accreditation by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education in September of 2018.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is housed in Cactus Wren Hall and in the Animal Health Institute. Cactus Wren Hall is a new facility with ample classrooms, teaching laboratories, research laboratories, conference rooms, and offices. The Animal Health Institute is comprised of The Companion Animal Clinic, the Equine and Bovine Center, and the Diagnostic Pathology Center. The Companion Animal Clinic is a modern and innovative veterinary hospital for small animals. The 110,000 sq. ft. building contains state-of-the-art medical, surgical, dental, and intensive care facilities. Additional patient services include small animal internal medicine, small animal soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, medical oncology, neurology, physical therapy, cardiology, urgent/emergent care, and therapeutic plasma exchange. A full range of endoscopic equipment, CT and fluoroscopy are also available. The Companion Animal Clinic also offers clinical pathology and microbiology laboratories, as well as a full-service diagnostic lab. In addition to outstanding clinical facilities and equipment, the Companion Animal Clinic houses a pharmacy, a large and well-equipped surgery teaching laboratory, simulated examination rooms for clinical communications training using standardized clients/patients, and ample conference and small-group meeting rooms. Adjacent to the Companion Animal Clinic is the Equine and Bovine Center, which houses large animal teaching and treatment facilities, and small herds of cattle and horses. The Diagnostic Pathology Center offers a full range of anatomical pathology and forensic pathology services and contains ample teaching spaces.
We are seeking a faculty member who is enthusiastic about participating in the growth of a young veterinary college and contributing to shaping its teaching and clinical programs. Previous experience in an academic setting is not required, as our main focus is creating students that are Day-One ready veterinarians. While independent research is not a requirement for this position, scholarly activity is expected of all faculty members. Evidence of interest and experience in research will be considered an asset.
If you would like to learn more about this position or about the CVM, please submit your letter of intent and application through Midwestern University's online job board:
For more information about this position, please contact:
Elizabeth Robbins, DVM Chair, Department of Small Animal Primary Care Animal Health Institute Midwestern University 5715 W. Utopia Road Glendale, AZ 85308 [email protected]
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