Job: Asst or Assoc Professor of Aquatic Animal Health
|Title||Asst or Assoc Professor of Aquatic Animal Health|
|Agency, Location||Univ of CA/Davis|
|Salary||Commensurate with experience|
|End Date||3/31 or until filled|
Development of a creative, independent and productive basic and/or applied research program in AAH including establishing a strong extramurally funded laboratory, training of graduate academic and clinical students and publication in peer-reviewed scientific/professional journals. Areas of research focus could include microbiology, virology, immunology, population health and/or pathology. Position includes a 25% commitment to AAH Service of the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital (VMTH). Directing, instructing and supervising veterinary students and house officers; providing health care and service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Teaching responsibilities include: 1) participation in the graduate academic programs (MS and PhD) of the campus. ; 2) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH; and 3) clinical teaching in the VMTH; participation in lectures and laboratories in the DVM professional curriculum. University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate means is required.
Veterinarian (or equivalent) with advanced training in AAH with an emphasis on fish health. PhD and documented research record or potential to develop an independent research program in AAH, is required. Clinical experience and competence in AAH is required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience or potential in teaching is required. Evidence of leadership, including excellent communication and interpersonal skills is required. Board certification or eligibility for the American College of Zoological Medicine, American College of Veterinary Microbiology, American College of Veterinary Pathologists, or American College of Preventative Medicine is preferred. Certification in American Fisheries Society Fish Health Section is encouraged.