The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, University of Adelaide provides world-class, outcome-based education and training of animal and veterinary scientists in a research environment. Based at the Roseworthy Campus, 50km north of the Adelaide CBD and minutes from Gawler, the school is situated on a 1600 ha property that includes a working farm, full service Veterinary Health Centre teaching clinics, and a range of general purpose and specialist teaching and research facilities. The School offers three academic programs: Animal Science, Veterinary Bioscience and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM).
The Veterinary Health Centre (VHC) is the School’s clinical teaching facility which operates on a commercial basis, offering a range of first opinion, ambulatory and specialist veterinary services across all animal species to the general public and referring veterinarians. As a unit of the VHC, the Production Animal Health Centre (PAHC) consists of an ambulatory (on farm) service and a campus-based clinic, and provides veterinary services to owners of production animals in a wide region around Roseworthy and referral services to veterinarians. The centre also provides a clinical training environment for final year veterinary students working under the close supervision of experienced veterinary surgeons and support staff.
Reporting to the Senior Veterinary Clinician, the Veterinary Clinician provides a range of high quality production animal veterinary services to the local community including general care and preventative health services, whole farm assessment and audit, breeding services and diagnostic and surgical procedures. Working as part of a clinical team you will also have the opportunity to provide emergency after hours services on weeknights and weekends on a revenue-share arrangement. You will also contribute to clinical teaching and supervision of undergraduate students by involving them in clinical case management, providing additional learning opportunities where appropriate and demonstrating the highest standard of clinical and professional behaviour. This position will also involve mentoring of other staff including interns, locum veterinarians and veterinary nursing team members.
To be successful you should have:
Veterinary qualification with eligibility to be registered as a veterinarian in South Australia
Proven experience in production animal practice with strong skills in farm animal medicine and herd health.
Demonstrated knowledge/experience of equine medicine sufficient to triage, stabilize and refer horses seen as part of after-hours emergency service.
Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work effectively with a diverse range of clients and team members.
Demonstrated enthusiasm and experience in assisting, teaching or mentoring others.
Demonstrated high level written communication skills, including the ability to keep detailed, accurate medical records and write professional referral letters and client correspondence.
Demonstrated organisational skills with proven ability to effectively prioritise work and balance competing deadlines to achieve accurate, high quality work outcomes.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Unviersity of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's leading Group of Eight, research-intensive universities and is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia's third oldest university with a strong reputation for preparing educated leaders and delivering research outcomes that contribute to local, national and global wellbeing.