The University at Buffalo, department of Animal Facilities is seeking a Clinical Veterinarian. The incumbent will Provide general oversight of veterinary care program, clinical care and management of research animals, health monitoring program, regulatory compliance with IACUC, AAALAC, OLAW and AWA and provide training and technical assistance to investigators.
The Clinical Veterinarian is responsible for:
Provide clinical care to lab animals
Manage the preventative animal health monitoring program
Management of veterinary services
Maintains regulatory compliance
Provide training and education for researchers
Oversee and develop safety guidelines for biohazards
Advise researchers with protocol development
Provide assistance to IACUC
Develop policies related to animal care
Collaborate with research projects
Oversee the management of controlled drugs and pharmacological supplies
Outstanding Benefits Package
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DVM degree from an accredited school.
New York State Veterinary License.
3 years of experience as a practicing veterinarian (private practice or academic setting with clinical responsibilities).
Recent experience with multiple species of laboratory animals in a research institution including sheep and swine.