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Residency Print
Tuesday, 27 April 2021

Residency position in Veterinary
Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Workload 100%

The Section of Anaesthesiology at the Vetsuisse Faculty, Univer-sity of Zurich, Switzerland is offering a three to four year residency position in veterinary anaesthesia, starting october 2021. The ideal applicant is a veterinarian who has already completed a one year rotating internship or equivalent private practice experience (2 years). Further we expect good interpersonal communications skills and a team oriented personality.

This position offers an opportunity for motivated individuals inter-ested in residency training in a high quality training program de-signed to prepare the candidate for board eligibility with the Euro-pean College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. Our program is guided by currently 6 ECVAA diplomats, with input from specialists boarded in all relevant clinical and non-clinical colleges. Beside the 6 ECVAA diplomats the anaesthesia team is composed of 2 anaesthesia clinicians, 7 residents, 1 doctorand and 5 technicians.

Our hospital caseload provides training opportunities across a wide range of species, with emphasis on large and small compan-ion animals as well as food animals.

Applicants should speak german or be willing to learn so.

Interested applicants should submit an E-mail containing a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, official transcripts, and two letters of reference to:

Prof. Dr. med. vet. PhD Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger
Winterhurerstr. 258 c
8057 Zurich
Switzerland
Tel: 0041 44 635 84 77
E-mail: rbettschart@vetclinics.uzh.ch

Closing date: May 31th 2021
Interviews: June/July 2021

Locum Print
Saturday, 24 April 2021

Out of Hours Locum Veterinary Specialist in Anesthesia, Nr. Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

We are looking for an Out of Hours (weeknights and weekends) Locum Veterinary specialist in Anesthesia in the Department of Clinical Science and Services. This person would work from our Hawkshead Campus, a 15-minute train ride from the centre of cosmopolitan London. The candidate would join our existing Anaesthesia and Analgesia team.

The appropriate candidate will be expected to cover 3 weeks of Anaesthesia night shifts plus the weekend on call between now and end of July 2021.

The successful candidate will work with, and supervise, anaesthesia residents during out of hours clinical anaesthesia activities including anaesthesia of trauma patients, as well as critically ill small animal and equine patients.

We are looking for true team players with exceptional teamwork and communication skills and who are enthusiastic about working with students, including supporting undergraduate and postgraduate students. We are looking for candidates with a RCVS registrable degree in veterinary science, who hold or are eligible to obtain a European or American diploma in Anaesthesia and Analgesia.

Potential applicants wishing to discuss this position informally are encouraged to contact Prof. Daniel Chan (Head of Department) email dchan@rvc.ac.uk, Prof. Vicky Lipscomb (Clinical Director QMHA) email vlipscomb@rvc.ac.uk, Dr Carolina Palacios Jimenez (Head of Anaesthesia and Analgesia Service) email cjimenez@rvc.ac.uk.

We promote equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We also support flexible work arrangements and will consider such requests.

Locum Print
Friday, 23 April 2021

Out of Hours Locum Veterinary Specialist in Anesthesia, Nr. Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

We are looking for an Out of Hours (weeknights and weekends) Locum Veterinary specialist in Anesthesia in the Department of Clinical Science and Services. This person would work from our Hawkshead Campus, a 15-minute train ride from the centre of cosmopolitan London. The candidate would join our existing Anaesthesia and Analgesia team.

The appropriate candidate will be expected to cover 3 weeks of Anaesthesia night shifts plus the weekend on call between now and end of July 2021.

The successful candidate will work with, and supervise, anaesthesia residents during out of hours clinical anaesthesia activities including anaesthesia of trauma patients, as well as critically ill small animal and equine patients.

We are looking for true team players with exceptional teamwork and communication skills and who are enthusiastic about working with students, including supporting undergraduate and postgraduate students. We are looking for candidates with a RCVS registrable degree in veterinary science, who hold or are eligible to obtain a European or American diploma in Anaesthesia and Analgesia.

Potential applicants wishing to discuss this position informally are encouraged to contact Prof. Daniel Chan (Head of Department) email dchan@rvc.ac.uk, Prof. Vicky Lipscomb (Clinical Director QMHA) email vlipscomb@rvc.ac.uk, Dr Carolina Palacios Jimenez (Head of Anaesthesia and Analgesia Service) email cjimenez@rvc.ac.uk.

We promote equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We also support flexible work arrangements and will consider such requests.

Assistant position Print
Friday, 23 April 2021

Full-time assistant position vacant
in the field of companion animal anaesthesiology

Starting date: September 15, 2021 (fixed-term contract, renewable)

Job description: A full-time assistant position in the field of anaesthesiology, attached to the Clinical Department of Companion Animals. This position may be suitable for the completion of a doctorate or a residency in veterinary anaesthesiology.

The Clinical Department of Companion Animals ensures the operation of a hospital receiving first-line cases and cases referred by the profession as well as a continuous emergency service (24 hours a day and 365 days a year), which represents a total of approximately 15,000 cases per year). In addition, it provides basic clinical education for veterinary medicine students and training of graduates in various veterinary medicine specializations recognized at European level. Further, the clinic supports clinical research in various fields of veterinary science.

Required Qualifications:
The candidate will have to:
Be a graduate in veterinary medicine
Have the right to to be registered or to be eligible for registration with the Belgian Veterinary Order
Have good clinical experience in anaesthesiology of companion animals
Being a diplomate or having completed a residency in veterinary anaesthesiology is an asset

Clinical and teaching skills:
Combine clinical skills with the ability to transmit these skills to students
Organizational competence
Adaptability, initiative and motivation
Ability to make shared decisions, solve problems and deal with conflicts
Interest in scientific research and the willingness to develop a research project in a field relevant to clinical anaesthesiology

The successful candidate will be encouraged to get enrolled into a formal post-graduate training. For more information, please contact Prof. Charlotte Sandersen (Charlotte.Sandersen@uliege.be).

The application file will include a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, and 2 letters of reference. All applicants are encouraged to schedule a clinic visit. Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview later in April. The application must be sent by email (including reference letters) to Nadine Fis (nadine.fis@uliege.be) before May 31, 2021.

Assistant position Print
Friday, 23 April 2021

Full-time assistant position vacant
in the field of equine anaesthesiology

Starting date: September 15, 2021 (fixed-term contract, renewable)

Job description: A full-time assistant position in the field of anaesthesiology, attached to the Clinical Department of Equids. This position may be suitable for the completion of a residency in veterinary anaesthesiology.

The Clinical Department of Equids ensures the operation of a hospital receiving cases referred by the profession as well as a continuous emergency service (24 hours a day and 365 days a year), which represents a total of approximately 2,000 cases per year). In addition, it provides basic clinical education for equine veterinary medicine students and training of graduates in various veterinary medicine specializations recognized at European level. Further, the clinic supports clinical research in various fields of veterinary science.

Required Qualifications:
The candidate will have to:
Be a graduate in veterinary medicine
Have the right to to be registered or to be eligible for registration with the Belgian Veterinary Order
Have good clinical experience in anaesthesiology and in equine general medicine

Clinical and teaching skills:
Combine clinical skills with the ability to transmit these skills to students
Organizational competence
Adaptability, initiative and motivation
Ability to make shared decisions, solve problems and deal with conflicts
Interest in scientific research and the willingness to develop a research project in a field relevant to clinical anaesthesiology

The successful candidate will be encouraged to get enrolled into a formal post-graduate training. For more information, please contact Prof. Charlotte Sandersen (Charlotte.Sandersen@uliege.be).

The application file will include a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, and 2 letters of reference. All applicants are encouraged to schedule a clinic visit. Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview later in April. The application must be sent by email (including reference letters) to Nadine Fis (nadine.fis@uliege.be) before May 31, 2021.

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