ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF THERIOGENOLOGY

Location
Athens
Posted
Nov 19, 2016
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Open Until Filled: Yes

Job Summary: The Department of Large Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, at the University of Georgia invites applications for an Assistant/Associate Professorship in Veterinary Theriogenology, available starting July 1, 2017. Candidates may choose between a tenure- or clinical-track (non-tenure) position. Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree from an accredited college of veterinary medicine, 3 years post-DVM specialty training in theriogenology, and experience in clinical, laboratory, and didactic teaching of veterinary students. Candidates with ACT board certification will be given preference; however, ACT board eligible candidates or ECAR board certified candidates would also be considered. Post-graduate degree and related experience in research is desirable if the tenure track is selected. For more detailed information about qualifications, please see the online posting. The primary responsibilities of this position are divided between teaching theriogenology to veterinary students, supervising the training of interns and residents, providing care for animals presented to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, and research. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the core didactic theriogenology courses and one of the elective courses. All faculty members are expected to participate in scholarly activity, but the percent time assigned to research is dependent upon the track selected. The teaching and service activities in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital are shared with one other theriogenologist and supported by two Field Service clinicians. Direct inquiries or nominations to Dr. MarĂ­a Ferrer (msferrer@uga.edu; 706-540-4476). To apply, please submit online via FacultyJobs@UGA a CV, a letter of intent, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of 3 references. Please see the job posting at: http://facultyjobs.uga.edu/postings/1533. For administrative questions, contact Brittany Johnson at bjohnso@uga.edu. Consideration of applications will begin January 30, 2017. Application materials received by that date are assured full consideration. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. The University of Georgia is located in Athens, Georgia and is approximately one hour northeast of Atlanta. The campus is the nation's first chartered state-supported university and home of excellent academic programs, the Peabody Awards, and nationally recognized athletic teams. Athens is centered among beautiful surrounding counties with quaint towns, rural landscapes, and rich history. The area abounds in local art, music, literature, and theater, and offers many performances by national and international touring artists.

Minimum Qualifications: Assistant Professor (Tenure Track): 1. DVM or equivalent degree 2. 3 years post-DVM experience in clinical, laboratory and didactic teaching of veterinary students. 3. Diplomate of or eligible to submit credentials for board certification by the American College of Theriogenologists; Diplomates of the European College of Animal Reproduction will also be considered. 4. Willingness to obtain and maintain a valid license (regular Georgia or faculty) to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Georgia. 5. International applicants will be required to financially support a priority application for an H1B visa. 6. Graduate degree desirable (MS/PhD or equivalent research training) with research EFT greater than or equal to 25% 7. Clinical service and teaching appointment less than or equal to 50% 8. Expected to engage in sponsored research resulting in primary and co-author research publications Associate Professor (Tenure Track): 1. DVM or equivalent degree 2. Minimum of 8 years post-DVM experience in clinical, laboratory and didactic teaching of veterinary students. 3. Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists; Diplomates of the European College of Animal Reproduction will also be considered. 4. Willingness to obtain and maintain a valid license (regular Georgia or faculty) to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Georgia. 5. International applicants will be required to financially support a priority application for an H1B visa. 6. Graduate degree desirable (MS/PhD or equivalent research training) with research EFT greater than or equal to 25% 7. Clinical service and teaching appointment less than or equal to 50% 8. Expected to engage in sponsored research resulting in primary and co-author research publications Assistant Professor (Non-Tenure Track): 1. DVM or equivalent degree 2. 3 years post-DVM experience in clinical, laboratory and didactic teaching of veterinary students. 3. Diplomate of or eligible to submit credentials for board certification by the American College of Theriogenologists; Diplomates of the European College of Animal Reproduction will also be considered. 4. Willingness to obtain and maintain a valid license (regular Georgia or faculty) to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Georgia. 5. International applicants will be required to financially support a priority application for an H1B visa. 6. Approximately 66% clinical service and instruction 7. Expectation is that the applicant will engage in scholarly activity compatible with clinical appointment, but not necessarily primary investigator of sponsored research. Research EFT of less than 10% Associate Professor (Non-Tenure Track): 1. DVM or equivalent degree 2. Minimum of 8 years post-DVM experience in clinical, laboratory and didactic teaching of veterinary students. 3. Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists; Diplomates of the European College of Animal Reproduction will also be considered. 4. Willingness to obtain and maintain a valid license (regular Georgia or faculty) to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Georgia. 5. International applicants will be required to financially support a priority application for an H1B visa. 6. Approximately 66% clinical service and instruction 7. Expectation is that the applicant will engage in scholarly activity compatible with clinical appointment, but not necessarily primary investigator of sponsored research. Research EFT of less than 10%

Preferred Qualifications: For Assistant Professor Positions: Candidates with ACT board certification will be given preference; however, ACT board eligible candidates or ECAR board certified candidates would also be considered.

Salary:

Faculty Rank: Open Rank

Tenure Status:

Employee Percentage: 100

Location od Vacancy: Athens Area