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Tori McLamore
Dec 03, 2022
In Job Board Postings
We are excited to announce a tenure-track Assistant Professor position for a Companion Animal Applied Ethologist in the School of Animal Sciences (SAS) at Virginia Tech. SAS has a vibrant companion animal program, with over 70% of undergraduate students choosing the companion animal track, as well as a growing concentration in Applied Animal Behavior and Welfare in our college’s Master’s in Agriculture and Life Sciences. The successful candidate will bring an applied ethology perspective to our companion animal program, with a preferred focus on shelter animals and associated issues. This is a full-time, tenure-track, 9-month appointment at the main Blacksburg campus in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The position has primary responsibilities in teaching (50%) and extension (50%). Teaching will involve both undergraduate and graduate courses, including contributing to courses currently offered and developing new courses in the candidate’s area of interest. Extension in defined broadly and includes applied research and its dissemination, working with Virginia Cooperative Extension agents, and stakeholders such as shelter staff, community veterinarians, owners, and 4-H’ers.There are ample opportunities for innovative collaboration both within SAS, as well as across campus, such as with Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Biology, and Department of Psychology. Required qualifications: Ph.D. in Animal Sciences, Biological Sciences, Veterinary Medicine or related fields. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Preferred qualifications: The incumbent should also demonstrate capacity to obtain extramural funding in support of their program, mentor graduate and undergraduate students, demonstrated Extension or outreach experience and have significant scholarly activities appropriate to the discipline. Find out more and apply here: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/522419/assistant-professorone-welfare-companion-animal-specialist. For inquiries, please contact Erica Feuerbacher enf007@vt.edu.
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Tori McLamore
Dec 01, 2022
In Job Board Postings
The American Veterinary Medical Association(AVMA), the national not-for-profit association established in 1863 & representing over 100,000veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services, is seeking a veterinarian to join our Education and Research Division team as an Assistant Director. Structured to work for its members, AVMA acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession. Our mission is to lead the profession by advocating for our members and advancing the science and practice of veterinary medicine to improve animal and human health. Focused on accreditation, the Assistant Director will work with staff, volunteer leadership and stakeholders to propose, develop and implement AVMA policies and programs concerning the accreditation of schools and colleges offering a professional degree in veterinary medicine. They will be responsible for conducting site visits, documentation, and recommendations working closely with AVMA governance entities including the Council on Education (COE) in the execution of their duties. They are also responsible for executing association policies, objectives and programs concerning veterinary education and accreditation. Approximately 40-50% travel is required, position may work remotely. To be successful in this role, you must be highly collaborative and passionate about AVMA’s mission and veterinary education. This is a unique opportunity for a veterinarian with a faculty background. Additional qualifications include: • DVM/VMD or equivalent degree required, an advanced degree or board certification are desirable • Minimum of ten years of veterinary related work experiencewith a working knowledge of veterinary education and utilization • Experience working with veterinary college administrators and knowledge of accreditation processes is highly preferred • Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written &verbal) • Skilled in diplomatic facilitation of consensus between multiple perspectives with the ability to interact and effectively communicate both with members of the scientific and non-scientific community • Must be able to handle multiple priorities and deadlines, functioning well autonomously and as a team member • Able to organize, plan and manage group meetings • Proactive, professional, accountable and results-oriented • Must be enthusiastic and innovative • Strong project management skills are required • Awareness of local, state and national issues regarding veterinarians • Strong involvement with organized veterinary medicine highly desirable • Exhibits AVMA’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in execution of duties The AVMA offers a flexible/supportive work environment &excellent benefits. Submit cover letter, resume, & salary requirements to stacy@thevetrecruiter.com. Stacy Pursell The VET Recruiter, 918-488-3901 Please contact stacy@thevetrecruiter.com with any questions. Click here to apply. About the AVMA: Located in Schaumburg, Illinois, with an office in Washington, D.C., the AVMA is structured to work for its members, and acts as a collective voice for its membership and for the profession. The AVMA provides a number of benefits to its members, including information resources, state and federal advocacy, opportunities to address issues affecting policies that govern the profession and practice of veterinary medicine, continuing education opportunities, quality publications, and discounts on personal and professional products, programs and services. The work of the AVMA is carried out by a dedicated staff of over 170. The organization is governed by an 18-member Board of Directors and has a $50M+ annual operating budget. Visit https://www.avma.org/AVMAcareers eoe/m/f/d/v
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Tori McLamore
Nov 18, 2022
In Job Board Postings
Summary: Are you a compassionate veterinarian with a passion for helping at-risk animals? Do you excel in a fast-paced and ever-changing work environment? Is working with a dynamic and dedicated team in a mission-driven organization the description of your dream job? If so, you should consider the role of Veterinarian, Adoption Center at the ASPCA. As one of three staff veterinarians, you’ll be a critical player on this high-performing staff and volunteer team that works collaboratively and effectively with internal and external stakeholders to further the ASPCA’s ultimate desired outcome that all animals live good lives. Staff veterinarians attend to the health of individual animals and the entire shelter population equally, with an eye toward minimizing length of stay (LOS) for animals and utilizing best practices and innovative programs to ensure all animals in the care of the Adoption Center receive timely services and support in order to move quickly and successfully into safe and loving homes. The Adoption Center currently provides shelter and adoption for five groups of animals: - Animal victims of cruelty and neglect brought to us by the NYPD and our National Field Response team - Animals brought to us through our Community Engagement team - Underage kittens and other medically-compromised stray animals - Animals surrendered by their owners and in need of adoption into new homes and - Animals transferred in from shelter/rescue partners. At the ASPCA, we are passionate about minimizing fear, anxiety, stress and pain in our patients. Team members in this position are responsible for providing service and communication to clients, members of the public, co-workers, and patients that is consistent with ASPCA standards and Fear Free® values. To succeed in this role, the Veterinarian, Adoption Center will be a skilled clinician with a passion for attending to the welfare of each animal and the entire shelter population equally. The right candidate must be extremely well organized and efficient to operate in a fast-paced, continually changing environment. Finally, the staff veterinarian must also be an excellent communicator and team player, as well as someone who excels at guiding and coaching team members in providing quality medical care for animals. *This is a part-time role (16 hours weekly) alternating Friday/Saturday and Thursday/Friday from 11am-7pm. Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Provide High Quality Patient and Population Care (60%): • Provide a safe and compassionate environment for animals in our care, our staff, and for our clients by using low-stress handling techniques • Provide high-quality, practical, compassionate and cost-efficient veterinary care to a wide range of canines and felines in accordance shelter medicine principles and best practices • Provide skilled and efficient diagnosis and treatment of patients with timely recognition of, and planning for, conditions requiring care through the ASPCA Animal Hospital (AAH) • Maintain regular and close communication with veterinary colleagues in other ASPCA programs, including with AAH regarding care of hospitalized patients, Community Medicine (CM), Animal Recovery Center (ARC), Canine Annex for Rehabilitation and Enrichment (CARE), and Kitten Nursery staff regarding medical needs and animal flow between the populations • Ensure that in-house and foster animals receive medical exams upon admission and are provided with on-going care as appropriate; ensure veterinary care provided is aligned with, and contributes to, the efficient and humane flow of animals from intake through outcome • Create Certificate of Veterinary Inspections (CVI) for animals being transported interstate. • Play a leading role in daily Medical-Behavior-Sheltering rounds; ensure individual patients and the population are assessed daily and treatment/intervention recommendations are implemented in a timely fashion • Ensure effective use of quarantine and isolation spaces to manage herd health; ensure appropriate use of PPE • Guide appropriate and timely decisions about euthanasia –with attention to animals’ physical, medical, social and behavioral needs collectively • Adhere to all protocols put forth by Occupational Safety and Health Administration • Follow and enforce all written and verbally communicated ASPCA Adoptions SOPs • Offer input and feedback on medical protocols and standards of care • Obtain continuing education as required by ASPCA and state licensing board • Follow and provide input to written materials (protocols, information sheets, datasheets, etc.) • Provide medical information and representation to other ASPCA departments, public and media • Deploy with other ASPCA teams, including but not limited to Community Engagement, Community Medicine, National Field Response, and the Cruelty Recovery Center, per availability and programmatic needs. • Provide a safe and compassionate environment for animals in our care, our staff, and for our clients by using low-stress handling techniques • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor Teach and Coach Quality Patient Care (40%): •With the Manager, Veterinarians, contribute to a culture of learning at the Adoption Center, including ensuring a respectful and welcoming environment, active participation in goal setting and monitoring, clear expectations, and regular practice of feedback and after-actions • Model a standard of continual commitment to improvement in all aspects of Adoption Center care and handling of dogs and cats • Teach and mentor nursing and animal care staff on shelter medicine principles and Adoption Center shelter medicine protocols • Direct patient care provided by medical team members • Ensure the medical team provides timely adoption follow-up and foster support via email, phone and in-person; step in to handle situations that require a higher level of decision-making • Inform and advise relevant internal stakeholders of medical conditions of shelter animals, including outbreaks of infectious disease • Attend interdepartmental, AC, Medical Staff meetings and training sessions • Mentor and train externs and interns Exemplifies the ASPCA’s Core Values: • Has Commitment and dedication to improving the lives of animals • Demonstrates Ownership and feels responsible for outcomes • Believes in Team – that we are stronger together • Seeks to Elevate others and reimagine what is possible • Focuses on Impact, specifically making change for animals Starting pay for the successful applicant will depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to education, training, experience, location, business needs, internal equity, market demands or budgeted amount for the role. The target hiring range is for new hire offers only, and staff compensation may increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience. The expected hiring salary range for this role is set forth below and may be modified in the future. The target range for this role (40% FTE) is $59,200 - $62,400. For more information on our Benefit offerings, click here. In addition to our competitive compensation and robust benefits, this position offers a signing bonus and relocation assistance. If you are interested in joining our team but do not see a position listed that fits your experience or interests, please click this link and join our Talent Community to stay connected to future opportunities with the ASPCA. Qualifications: Ability to successfully work efficiently and calmly in a high-volume, fast-paced environment and effectively multi-task with a high degree of integrity and accountability and without loss of attention to detail., Ability to teach and coach others., Ability to work well within a team and communicate effectively and respectfully with all levels of staff, Able to lift up to 40 pounds, Basic computer skills, including Excel, Microsoft Office, and email; familiarity with Pet Point or other shelter software systems a plus., Must be able to work standing for 8 or more hours., Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills., Proven excellent low-stress animal handing and restraint skills, Solid veterinary medical knowledge, including familiarity with shelter medicine principles and best practices, Strong clinical skills, including efficient diagnosis and treatment of cats and dogs for a variety of medical conditions; ability to practice clinical medicine with a high degree of independence and limited, rotating support staff, Strong organizational skills and a high level of attention to detail Veterinarian License - Other Language: English (Required), Spanish Education and Work Experience: Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required) Fear Free Shelter and Fear Free Veterinary certification is required within 60 days of hire, minimum 2 years clinical experience, Prior experience and/or advanced training in shelter medicine strongly preferred COVID Statement: The ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace. To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires, except where prohibited by applicable state or local law. The ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated. Our EEO Policy: The ASPCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.Allqualifiedapplicantswillreceiveconsiderationforemploymentwithout regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the ASPCA’s standard application process, which will ensure an equal employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on the ASPCA. Please inform the ASPCA’s People Team if you need an accommodation in order to complete any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process. Individuals seeking employment are considered without regards to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. ASPCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V). Please contact Gabriella Maisonet with any questions. Click here to apply.
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Tori McLamore
Nov 18, 2022
In Job Board Postings
Summary: The ARC (Animal Recovery Center) and CARE (Canine Annex for Recovery and Enrichment) facilities are dedicated to the recovery and rehabilitation of victims of cruelty and neglect admitted through NYPD and the ASPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement (HLE) and Community Engagement (CE) programs. Our dedicated team of more than 45 sheltering, medical, and animal behavior professionals work closely with the ASPCA Animal Hospital, Forensics, Legal Advocacy and Investigations, Behavioral Sciences, Shelter Medicine Services, Community Engagement, Placement, and the Adoption Center teams to ensure coordinated response and operations, and holistic, balanced, high quality care for the animals we serve. The Veterinarian, ARC and CARE will perform all the duties of a licensed veterinarian, including providing compassionate, high-quality, practical veterinary care to a wide range of cruelty, neglect, and at-risk animals. *This is a 4 day schedule/10 hour days and includes one weekend day Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Managing Medical Cases (80%): • Provide high-quality, practical veterinary care to a wide range of cruelty, neglect, and at-risk patients. • Perform medical intakes on all new NYPD and CE cases admitted to AAH/ARC/CARE and in collaboration with partner departments for animals admitted to veterinary partner hospitals and the Adoption Center. • Develop skilled and efficient diagnosis and treatment plans following ARC/CARE/AAH medical parameters and guidelines. • Perform exams, diagnostic tests, and medical treatments with full utilization of Fear Free medical handling. • Provide high quality individualized care while maintaining overall population medicine using shelter best practices. • Provide medical care for outpatients of owned, fostered out and/or animals in transition to the Adoption Center. • Maintain thorough, high quality medical records, documenting all exam findings, test results, and treatments. • Ensure LVTs and daily care teams are practicing Fear Free handing. • Work with partner hospitals as needed, including referral for advanced care, and assessing medical stability of new cases at partner hospitals • Guide rotating veterinary interns and fellows through diagnosis and treatment plans for individual patients, as well as provide medical context for departmental protocols. • Maintain ARC and CARE census daily. • Ensure effective use of quarantine and isolation spaces to manage herd health; ensure appropriate use of PPE, dog walk orders, and cleaning orders. • Ability to assess medical prognosis and make appropriate euthanasia decisions following ARC/CARE/AAH protocols and guidelines outlined by the ARC Medical Supervisor and AAH Medical Director. • Respond to after-hours medical concerns. • Keep the Director of Veterinary Services and ARC and CARE Medical Supervisors apprised of patient medical progress and flow of cases. Teach/Coach/Team Support (20%) • Collaborate and support the work of partner departments, particularly the Humane Law Enforcement, Community Engagement, and the Adoption Center departments. • Provide a high level of customer service to external and internal clients. • Attend daily rounds; ensure individual patients and the population are assessed daily and treatment/intervention recommendations are implemented in a timely fashion considering medical, behavior, and sheltering perspectives. • With the ARC and CARE Management team, contribute to a culture of learning at ARC and CARE, including ensuring a respectful and welcoming environment, active participation in goal setting and monitoring, clear expectations, and regular practice of feedback and after-actions. • Model a standard of continual commitment to improvement in all aspects of ARC and CARE’s care and handling of dogs and cats. • Assist in teaching veterinary interns and fellows rotating through ARC and CARE. • Follow written and verbally communicated ASPCA and ARC Standard Operating Procedures. • Attend staff meetings, doctor meetings and other requested meetings. • Cover the ARC/CARE Medical Supervisors in their absence. • Assist the VP, Director of Veterinary Services, and Medical Supervisors with special projects, presentations and data collection as requested. Exemplifies the ASPCA’s Core Values: • Has Commitment and dedication to improving the lives of animals • Demonstrates Ownership and feels responsible for outcomes • Believes in Team – that we are stronger together • Seeks to Elevate others and reimagine what is possible • Focuses on Impact, specifically making change for animals Qualification Requirements: •Obtain continuing education as required by ASPCA and state licensing board • Deploy locally or nationally at least one time per year. • May be required to work or provide medical support for disasters/weather coverage. • Willing to accept rotating on call responsibility. Education and Work Experience: • DVM degree (or equivalent) with NY State veterinary license. • Veterinary internship or minimum 2 years’ small animal medicine experience without internship. Previous experience in shelters preferred but not required. • Fear Free Shelter certification within 6 months of hire date. • USDA certification within 1 year of hire. Additional Information: • This is a full-time exempt position that works out of our 92nd Street office, but the incumbent must be flexible, as some early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays will be required. • To apply, please complete our application and upload a cover letter that outlines how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of this position. Applications without cover letters will not be reviewed. Starting pay for the successful applicant will depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to education, training, experience, location, business needs, internal equity, market demands or budgeted amount for the role. The target hiring range is for new hire offers only, and staff compensation may increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience. The expected hiring salary range for this role is set forth below and may be modified in the future. The target hiring range for this role is $148,000 - $156,000 In addition to our competitive compensation and robust benefits, this position offers a signing bonus and relocation assistance. Qualifications: Ability to successfully work in a high-volume, fast-paced environment that combines emergency and shelter medicine and effectively multi-task with a high degree of integrity and accountability and without loss of attention to detail., Ability to work well within a team and communicate effectively and courteously with all levels of staff including licensed veterinary technicians, hospital veterinary assistants, customer service representatives and managers Veterinarian License - Other Language: English (Required), Spanish Education and Work Experience: Doctorate: Veterinary Medicine (Required) Veterinary Internship Preferred COVID Statement: The ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace. To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires, except where prohibited by applicable state or local law. The ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated. Our EEO Policy: The ASPCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.Allqualifiedapplicantswillreceiveconsiderationforemploymentwithout regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the ASPCA’s standard application process, which will ensure an equal employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on the ASPCA. Please inform the ASPCA’s People Team if you need an accommodation in order to complete any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process. Individuals seeking employment are considered without regards to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. ASPCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V). Please contact Gabriella Maisonet with any questions. Click here to apply.
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Tori McLamore
Nov 18, 2022
In Job Board Postings
Summary: The ARC (Animal Recovery Center) and CARE (Canine Annex for Recovery and Enrichment) are two facilities dedicated to the recovery and rehabilitation of victims of cruelty and neglect admitted through NYPD and the ASPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement (HLE) and Community Engagement (CE) programs. Our dedicated team of more than 45 sheltering, medical, and animal behavior professionals work closely with the ASPCA Animal Hospital, Forensics, Legal Advocacy and Investigations, Behavioral Sciences, Shelter Medicine Services, Community Engagement, Placement, and the Adoption Center teams to ensure coordinated response and operations, and holistic, balanced, high quality care for the animals we serve. The Medical Supervisor, ARC will perform all the duties of a licensed veterinarian, including providing compassionate, high-quality, practical veterinary care to a wide range of cruelty, neglect, and at-risk animals. In addition, the Medical Supervisor will provide a management presence on the floor to ensure efficient and effective animal flow. The Medical Supervisor will also hold the entire team accountable to acting with urgency, providing balanced, high-quality care to the animals, coordinating with departments, and practicing Fear Free values. This position directly manages 1-2 Licensed Veterinary Technicians. Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: Managing Medical Cases (60%): • Performs medical intakes on all new NYPD and CE cases admitted to AAH/ARC and in collaboration with partner departments for animals admitted to veterinary partner hospitals, CARE and the Adoption Center. • Provides high-quality, practical veterinary care to a wide range of cruelty, neglect, and at-risk patients. • Develops skilled and efficient diagnosis and treatment plans following ARC/CARE/AAH medical parameters and guidelines. • Performs exams, diagnostic tests and medical treatments with full utilization of Fear Free medical handling. Ensures LVTs and ICAs are practicing Fear Free handing. • Provides high quality individualized care while maintaining overall population medicine using shelter best practices. • Provides medical care for outpatients of owned, fostered out and/or animals in transition to the Adoption Center. • Maintains thorough, high quality medical records, documenting all exam findings, test results, and treatments. • Works with partner hospitals as needed, including referral for advanced care and assessing medical stability of new cases at partner hospitals • Maintains ARC census daily. • Assesses medical prognosis and makes appropriate euthanasia decisions following ARC/CARE/AAH protocols and guidelines. • Responds to after-hours medical concerns. • Keeps ARC and CARE Director of Veterinary Services apprised of patient medical progress and flow of cases. • Provides medical support for larger scale NYPD and CE cases. People Management/Managing Patient Flow (20%): • Oversees the daily medical care and case flow of the animals housed in ARC. • Leads the Daily ARC Medical rounds meeting. • Supervises staff and holds regular one-on-one meetings with each direct report, gathering ideas and information, providing coaching, and informing them on updates. • Practices and espouses positive, people-centric management approaches that are in line with team and organizational core values. • Recommends internal and external training opportunities as needed for direct reports in identified areas. • Responds to concerns from direct reports and selected administrative staff, addressing them promptly and accordingly. • Handles employee-relations issues with confidentiality and care, ensuring compliance with any applicable collective-bargaining agreements. • Conducts corrective actions related to performance. • Maintains proactive communication with the Senior Director as to any critical situations or issues. • Supports the Director of Veterinary Services in handling any adverse client or patient events appropriately and professionally. • Disseminates Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to staff on the floor and ensures their implementation. • Models a standard of continual commitment to improvement in all aspects of ARC care and handling of dogs and cats. • Serves as a champion in times of change management and proactively assists the ARC Leadership team in identifying ways to improve people policies and medical protocols. Interdepartmental Communication/Administrative/Other (20%) • Collaborates and supports the work of partner departments, particularly the Humane Law Enforcement, Community Engagement, and the Adoption Center departments. • Attends weekly behavior and interdepartmental meetings. • Attends staff meetings, doctor meetings and other requested meetings. • Provides medical information and represents ARC to the public and to media when requested. • Provides a high level of customer service to external and internal clients. • Follows written and verbally communicated ASPCA and ARC Standard Operating Procedures. • Assists the Vice President and Director with special projects, presentations and data collection as requested. • Performs other duties as assigned. Exemplifies the ASPCA’s Core Values: • Has Commitment and dedication to improving the lives of animals • Demonstrates Ownership and feels responsible for outcomes • Believes in Team – that we are stronger together • Seeks to Elevate others and reimagine what is possible • Focuses on Impact, specifically making change for animals This is a full-time exempt position that works out of our 92nd Street office, but the incumbent must be flexible, as some early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays will be required. Compensation and Benefits: Starting pay for the successful applicant will depend on a variety of factors, including but not limited to education, training, experience, location, business needs, internal equity, market demands or budgeted amount for the role. The target hiring range is for new hire offers only, and staff compensation may increase beyond the maximum hiring range based on performance over time. The maximum of the hiring range is reserved for candidates with the highest qualifications and relevant experience. The expected hiring salary range for this role is set forth below and may be modified in the future. • The target hiring range for this role is $169,500 -$179,500 • For more information on our Benefit offerings, click here. In addition to our competitive compensation and robust benefits, this position offers a signing bonus and relocation assistance. Stay Connected – Join Our Talent Community If you are interested in joining our team but do not see a position listed that fits your experience or interests, please click this link and join our Talent Community to stay connected to future opportunities with the ASPCA. Qualifications: Ability to successfully work in a high-volume, fast-paced environment that combines emergency and shelter medicine and effectively multi-task with a high degree of integrity and accountability and without loss of attention to detail., Ability to work well within a team and communicate effectively and courteously with all levels of staff, Deployment locally or nationally one time per year., Maintain open mind regarding changes and be willing to learn, implement, and teach new protocols, Maintain strict confidentiality when dealing with criminal cases. Language: English (Required) Education and Work Experience: DVM (Required) DVM degree (or equivalent) with NY State veterinary license., Fear Free Shelter certification within 6 months of hire date., Previous experience in shelters preferred but not required., Veterinary Internship and/or 1-2 years’ experience preferred COVID Statement: The ASPCA strives to maintain a COVID-free workplace. To that end, being fully vaccinated is a condition of employment for all ASPCA employees, including new hires, except where prohibited by applicable state or local law. The ASPCA makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit a person from being vaccinated. Our EEO Policy: The ASPCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act and certain state or local laws. A reasonable accommodation is a change in the ASPCA’s standard application process, which will ensure an equal employment opportunity without imposing undue hardship on the ASPCA. Please inform the ASPCA’s People Team if you need an accommodation in order to complete any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process. Individuals seeking employment are considered without regards to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, age, marital or domestic partner status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances. ASPCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V). Please contact Gabriella Maisonet with any questions. Click here to apply.
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Tori McLamore
Nov 10, 2022
In Job Board Postings
The Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position in the Section of Oncology. Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree and must be board certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology (Radiation Oncology). Preference will be given to applicants with research experience. Candidates who have recently completed an approved residency or will complete their residency within a year will also be considered if prior research experience is demonstrated. Starting salary and rank will be commensurate with academic credentials and experience. The successful candidate will join five faculty members (to makeup a total of 6 faculty; three medical oncologists, two radiation oncologists, one medical physicist), three medical oncology residents and five licensed veterinary technicians comprising the Section of Oncology. The Section provides care for patients inthe Cornell University Hospital for Animals, a tertiary care service and teaching facility with a diverse caseload and an established referral base. It is a great time to join our group as a new state of the art linear accelerator will be installed, giving the new faculty member the opportunity to shape the future of clinical Radiation Oncology services and research. Clinical service and teaching responsibilities for medical oncology and future radiation oncology residents are distributed among faculty. Faculty have the opportunity to participate in training of undergraduate students, graduate students, and professional students, as well as rotating interns and residents. Faculty members are expected to develop and sustain a program in clinical, basic, and/or translational research. Independent research space is available, as well as services of clinical trials coordinators. Cornell is a world-class research institution with extensive research facilities and opportunities on campus for collaboration with basic scientists of all disciplines, as well as being a member of Clinical and Translational Science Award One Health Alliance. The Cornell Center for Microenvironment and Metastasis on the Ithaca campus and Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, provide a large pool of potential collaborators. Cornell University embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will create a climate that attracts students of all races, nationalities, and genders. We strongly encourage women and underrepresented minorities to apply. The University seeks to meet the needs of dual career couples, has a Dual Career program, and is a member of the Upstate New York Higher Education Recruitment Consortium to assist with dual career searches. Cornell is in Ithaca on the shores of Cayuga Lake in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York. Ithaca is a vibrant city with art museums, theaters, and a diverse selection of restaurants. It is within driving distance of several large metropolitan centers, award-winning wineries, and downhill skiing areas. Ithaca is a nature-lover’s paradise with ample opportunity for outdoor activities. Easy campus-to-campus bus transportation allows one to explore or develop collaborations in NYC while enjoying the “Ithaca is Gorges” lifestyle. For more information, go to: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/clinsci/ or contact Dr. Margaret McEntee, Chair of the Search Committee atmcm43@cornell.edu. Electronic application submission is through Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/23682. The required sections of the application include: cover letter including statement of career goals; curriculum vitae; statement of teaching philosophy and goals, research interests and plans, and inclusion and diversity; and email addresses for letter requests of 3 referees who will be invited to upload their letters at this site. What is a Statement of Contribution to Diversity? A statement invites applicants to describe their past, present, and/or future aspirations to promoting equity, inclusion, and diversity in their careers as researchers and educators, and/or to convey how they see these commitments continuing at Cornell. Such articulation can focus on teaching, research, or service, or all of three factors. Review of applications will begin on December 12, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Cornell University is an innovative Ivy League university and a great place to work. Our inclusive community of scholars, students and staff impart an uncommon sense of larger purpose and contribute creative ideas to further the university’s mission of teaching, discovery, and engagement. With our main campus located in Ithaca, NY Cornell’s far-flung global presence includes the medical college’s campuses in Manhattan and Doha, Qatar, as well as the Cornell Tech campus located on Roosevelt Island in the heart of New York City. Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
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Tori McLamore
Nov 07, 2022
In Job Board Postings
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Assistant Clinical Professor of Small Animal Primary Care DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL SCIENCES NC STATE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE The Department of Clinical Sciences at the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a professional faculty track Assistant Clinical Professor of Small Animal Primary Care. Position Information: This position requires in-depth knowledge and experience in the delivery of small animal primary care, the ability to teach veterinary students, and the ability to oversee daily service operations. The successful candidate will provide high quality first opinion medicine, general surgery, and general dentistry. Care provided is expected to be delivered in a manner consistent with the service’s emphasis on positive patient experience and low-stress animal handling. The candidate will be an integral part of the development of curriculum to support clinical training of day-one ready primary care clinicians. Teaching responsibilities will predominantly focus on the training and assessment of fourth year veterinary students in the clinical setting. Some didactic and laboratory teaching in topics related to primary care is expected. Additional responsibilities will include leadership and management of daily activities of the service, such as management of the faculty’s clinical schedule, oversight of inventory, and direction of service operations. The selected candidate for this position will have the following responsibilities: 1) Deliver instruction to fourth year DVM students during busy clinical rotations to include, but not limited to, clinical procedures, surgical and dentistry skills, and employing the use of low stress handling. Instruction to be delivered primarily in a clinical setting, with some didactic teaching; 2) Guide the Small Animal Primary Care Clinical Rotation curriculum in collaboration with service faculty. Duties to include, but not limited to, management of the course website, curricular oversight to ensure the clinical experience aligns with the college’s curricular goals, and oversight of student assessments and grading; 3) Organize and lead Small Animal Primary Care Service teams. Responsibilities to include, but are not limited to, organization of team meetings, creation of faculty’s clinical schedules, and communications with stakeholders; 4) Assist in the coordination of support staff teams to ensure efficient and effective procurement of necessary resources to support clinical activities; 5) Order and help to maintain controlled substances records in accordance with hospital, state, and federal regulations; 5) Serve as the service liaison with the hospital administration and external stakeholders; 6) Mentorship of individual DVM students; 7) Outreach programs and serving on College of Veterinary Medicine committees as time permits; 8) Opportunities to engage in scholarly activities including educational research. Qualifications: The individual must have a DVM or equivalent degree and must meet requirements for and maintain a veterinary license (or faculty certificate) in the State of North Carolina. Additionally, the successful applicant will have the following skills: 1) Excellent clinical skills, with minimum of 3 years of clinical, dental and surgical experience; 2) Ability to supervise dental and surgical procedures performed by novice surgeons; 3) Experience creating positive patient experiences and utilization of low-stress practices; 4) Interest in educational design and clinical skills training; 5) Excellent communication skills to include awareness of frameworks for effective communication and conflict resolution; 6) Ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere; 7) Ability to lead and manage multiple projects simultaneously in a timely fashion; 8) Computer literacy: working knowledge of common word processing, spreadsheet and document editing platforms, as well as experience with electronic medical record keeping. Preferred qualifications include: 1) Experience teaching and/or supervising DVM students in surgical, dental, and clinical skills settings; 2) Advanced degree (MS) or certificate credential in education; 3) ABVP certification in Small Animal Practice or interest in completing the certification process. To Apply: For more information and to apply go to https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/165772. NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. Individuals with disabilities requiring disability-related accommodations in the application and interview process, please call 919-515-3148. Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. If highest degree is from an institution outside of the U.S., final candidates are required to have their degree verified at www.wes.org. Degree must be obtained prior to start date. NC State University participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
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Tori McLamore
Sep 13, 2022
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Are you looking for a sign that your new employer is flexible, here it is!! Andrews Veterinary Hospital is inviting you to join our team as a full or part time small animal veterinarian. We welcome both new and experienced veterinarians to join our team. DVM or equivalent degreed professional credentials are required. We are ready to welcome you on board immediately. The successful candidate will need to be licensed by the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board within 90 days of accepting the position. Nestled in Cherokee County, North Carolina we sit in the Appalachian Mountains and have all the amenities of the great outdoors. Our small town is big on outdoor adventures as we are surrounded by lakes, creeks, forests and mountains. Horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, camping, kayaking and white-water rafting are some of the things we do to maintain our work-life balance. Community and family life is rich in Andrews, NC with school events and youth group activities happening regularly. When you are ready to head into a big city, within two hours you can drive to Asheville, Knoxville or Chattanooga. Atlanta is also close by as well, only 150 miles away from us. You can see why Cherokee County is known to be “only two hours from anywhere”. We are looking for a compassionate and knowledgeable people person to join our team. We welcome new grads and offer mentorship and training. We see a wide array of challenging cases and have a skilled support staff who is here to assist you in offering comprehensive veterinary medical care. Your love of general practice and routine surgeries will mesh perfectly with our medical director’s interests in internal medicine. Andrews Veterinary Hospital is up to date in terms of diagnostic equipment and techniques and making improvements by the day. Our newly procured, cloud-based, veterinary software will allow you to enter and access medical records onsite or virtually. We have two registered veterinary technicians, six veterinary nurses and two nursing assistants who all totaled have more than 100 years of veterinary experience. We refer our emergencies to a local emergency referral hospital and plan full time shifts to have a long weekend off every other weekend. Our AAHA accredited hospital offers with a base of $110,000.00-125,000.00and 20% commission. The base salary is commensurate with professional experience. Twelve days of PTO are allotted annually. We provide a stipend for you to secure health insurance coverage, a simple IRA with employee matching at 3% after 90 days, paid annual CE, VIN accounts and all necessary state and federal licensure. We also pay for local VMA and AVMA memberships. We also provide a $5000 relocation stipend. We are feline friendly gold certified through AAHA. Associates who are interested in either full-or part-time scheduling are encouraged to apply. We are flexible and want to work with you to design the work experience you are looking for. CVs/resumes and cover letters should be emailed to kemba@marshallrecruitingconsortium.com for consideration. Andrews Animal Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
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Tori McLamore
Aug 26, 2022
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Tori McLamore
Aug 26, 2022
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We are looking for a talented, friendly, and energetic Emergency Veterinarian to join the VEG family at our Greenwich, CT location! You are someone who is energized by helping people. In fact, you LOVE people and are passionate about solving their pet problems. Someone who is excited by the challenge of emergency medicine and seeks every opportunity to be a superhero to their customer. You are someone who has been looking for the right place to call home and thrive in emergency medicine. If you’re the ideal candidate, you’ll: • Have earned a DVM or equivalent degree • Be fulfilled by helping others • Thrive in team-oriented environments with strong relationships • Have a ‘glass half full’ attitude and a sense of humor! • Be committed to lifelong learning and growth • Be adaptable to a variety of new opportunities • Live and breathe emergency medicine • Be passionate about emergency surgery (the soft tissue kind!) Why you should choose us: Because emergency is all we do, so we do it best! We also offer: • Industry-leading compensation + signing bonus + monthly bonuses • Health Insurance • 401K w/ company match • Unlimited CE + a $2,500 annual stipend to put towards the travel and accommodations needed to attend the CE • 10 weeks of Parental Leave with 100% pay! • Flexible work schedules for a true work-life balance (3 shifts a week is full-time for us!) • Growth potential • Groceries sent weekly, monthly and quarterly contests, quarterly hospital outings + annual company-wide retreat
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