The Department of Clinical Sciences at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a full time, 12-month appointment in Farm Animal Service. The successful candidate will be appointed to a Clinical Track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in the Farm Animal Section with the main focus in field service. The selected individual will participate in clinical teaching and service within the farm animal section, didactic lectures and laboratories in the professional curriculum, and some intern, graduate and resident training.
Teaching activities will be conducted principally in a clinical setting. Clinical responsibilities will include independent, primary case care within the Farm Animal Section, primarily with the Farm Animal Field Service. The Farm Animal Field Service evaluates approximately 4,500 animals per year. The caseload is predominately beef cattle (50%), small ruminants (30%), and swine pets (10%), but dairy cattle (5%) and camelids (5%) are also seen. The successful candidate will maintain and advance the ambulatory and production medicine caseload of food and fiber animals, provide clinical, didactic, and laboratory teaching to veterinary students, and participate in collaborative research. A share of after-hours emergency duty, regulatory work, and veterinary care of university-owned herd animals are also components of this position.