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Blacksburg, VA: Department Head of Large Animal Clinical Science, Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech. We seek a strategic leader to foster an inclusive and diverse environment that shapes the future of large animal veterinary medicine. The department head will provide direction in professional veterinary/graduate education, faculty development, teaching, research, and clinical services. An individual with a record of leadership excellence and interest in clinical service, scholarship, and veterinary education will have the opportunity to work with our innovative, dedicated, and passionate faculty. The successful candidate will have opportunities to participate in teaching, research, or clinical service. Academic rank, tenure, and salary will be commensurate with the selected candidate's qualifications and experience. For more information including required and preferred qualifications, statistics about the department, or additional details about the college.
To apply, please visit the Virginia Tech HR website at 
Applications must include:
1. A letter of interest describing teaching, research, clinical service, and leadership/administrative philosophies, and a vision of the department’s role in the college and university community
2. A curriculum vitae
3. A statement describing the applicant’s past experiences and a vision for inclusion and diversity in Veterinary Medicine
4. Names, email, mailing address, and telephone numbers of (3) references

Review of applications will begin on February 15, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Please send inquiries to Dr. Laura Hungerford, Chair of Search Committee, Department Head, Population Health Sciences, (Posted 01/05/2022)

Weyers Cave, VA: Blue Ridge Community College invites applications from veterinarians for a full-time, 9-month faculty teaching position in Veterinary Technology. Applicants must have a DVM or equivalent degree and hold a veterinary license, or be eligible for licensure, in the state of Virginia.

The position primarily involves teaching (traditional classroom/laboratory instruction and online delivery) in one of the premier, accredited veterinary technology programs in the country.

The position also involves providing veterinary care, both medical and surgical, to animals used in the program, supervising students in laboratory and clinical settings, and engaging in broader college wide activities.

Program facilities are well equipped for all aspects of veterinary technology instruction in delivering a broad array of courses. The program benefits from strong college administration and community support. Support and mentoring are provided by a large team of experienced, talented veterinarians and veterinary technicians currently on staff.

Visit the following link for details. (Posted 12/23/2021)

3801 Westerre Parkway, Suite D
Henrico, Virginia 23233
Phone: (804) 346-2611
Fax: (804) 346-2655
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