Clinical Faculty in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery
Description of Work Unit
The Department of Clinical Sciences mission is to assure the health and productivity of animals to meet societal needs through high quality educational programs for professional veterinary medical students, graduate veterinarians, and the public through a faculty and veterinary medical center of excellence, and to advance and disseminate comparative biomedical knowledge in an environment of interdisciplinary collaboration.
The Department of Clinical Sciences at the James L. Voss Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is offering an annually renewable clinical faculty position in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery. This 12-month renewable, special (non-tenure track) appointment faculty at the rank of Clinical Instructor position is designed for ACVS and/or ECVS-board-certified veterinarians.
Required Job Qualifications
- DVM or equivalent veterinary professional degree
- ACVS board-eligible at the time of hire
- Ability to provide superior patient care by utilizing CSU’s cutting edge surgical instrumentation (conventional and locking plates, i-Loc interlocking nail, IMEX external skeletal fixation, Kyon THR, Arthrex CUE, intraoperative imaging, arthroscopy, etc) and diagnostic technologies (CT, MRI, PET-CT, ultrasonography, kinetic & kinematic gait analysis)
Preferred Job Qualifications
- ACVS and/or ECVS-board-certification at the time of hire
- Strong interest in orthopedic surgery for treatment of lameness caused by disease and/or injury in dogs and cats
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applications should include 1) a cover letter addressing the applicant’s qualifications, 2) resume or curriculum vitae, and 3) name and contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
Background Check Policy Statement
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Search Contact Cheryl Webb, ClinSciHR@colostate.edu
Job Duty Category Teaching/Advising/Mentoring Duty/Responsibility
Effective teaching/training of veterinary students, interns and residents. Participation in weekly case presentations, journal clubs and daily case rounds will be expected. The successful candidate will work closely with other small animal orthopedic surgery faculty (3 ACVS Diplomates) as well as small animal orthopedic medicine faculty (1 ECVS/ACVSMR and 1 ECVS/ACVS/ACVSMR Diplomate).
Percentage Of Time 50 Job Duty Category University & Professional Service/Outreach Duty/ResponsibilityThe 52-week appointment will consist of approximately 40 weeks of clinic duties on the Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery Service