Reporting to the Divisional Head, Small Animal Medicine, the successful candidate will be joining a collegial team of faculty to deliver a progressive small animal teaching program to veterinary students as part of their preclinical curriculum. This includes contributions to the teaching of small animal internal medicine in various courses (Small Animal Medicine I and II) as well as participating other didactic courses as appropriate for the expertise of the applicant and in pre-clinical laboratory experiences (medical skills, physical exam, introduction to clinical experiences). The successful candidate will also be expected to provide occasional Internal Medicine consultation in the community practice on campus, including mentorship of the community practice faculty.
An active research program will be expected, and the School has clear strategy and funding for conditions relevant to infectious disease and health concerns of animals in the tropics. Intramural funding is available but submission of grants for extramural funding is expected. Engagement in service activities, including faculty meetings, assigned committees, and designated office hours is expected. Additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned by the Divisional Head as needed
- Participate in team-taught courses in small animal medicine
- Participate in case-based or other didactic courses
- Participate in Essential Veterinary Skills laboratories
- Provide consultation and support for the clinicians in the Ross University Veterinary Clinic in the management of clinical patients
Research and Scholarly Activity:
- Develop an independent and/or collaborative research program resulting in publications in peer-reviewed journals
- Present scientific findings at international conferences
- Serve on postgraduate committees for Masters and PhD students.
- Other duties as determined by the Department and/or Division Head
- Completes other duties as assigned
Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Qualified applicants apply by submitting curriculum vitae (CV) and letter of intent describing the vision of their contribution in areas of teaching, research and service online. File review will begin upon receipt of the completed applications, and continue until the position is filled. Reference letters are requested prior to on campus interviews. Questions should be addressed to Cynthia Butchley at Cynthia.Butchley@Adtalem.com.
There is no personal income tax in St. Kitts. As an expatriate, you may still be responsible to report income in your home country. Please consult a tax advisor for more information on implications for you.
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Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) offers a unique program of training on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. A cutting-edge curriculum, with innovative use of technologies and simulations, provides the best possible training for tomorrow’s veterinarians. Students benefit from seven semesters of integrated preclinical and clinical studies at our St Kitts campus, and one year of clinical training at our affiliate veterinary teaching hospitals in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia.
Our ongoing research focuses on key issues strategically relevant to One Health in tropical and developing countries and includes zoonotic diseases, food safety and security, environmental health, and conservation medicine. We prioritize recruitment of talented faculty and are now seeking a key new member of our team to join us as we develop new programs to best prepare our graduates to face the global opportunities and challenges of veterinary medicine in the 21st century.