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Clinical Supervisor in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia Print

Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Berne, Switzerland

The Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy Section of the Department of Clinical Veterinary Science, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Switzerland, invites applications for a position of Clinical Supervisor (100%), starting May 2019.

The Department offers first-class full service in small and large animal surgery and medicine and provides primary and referral patient care for most domestic species. The veterinary teaching hospitals (small animal, equine and farm animal) are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and are top-level veterinary education centres.

The Section for Veterinary Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy currently employs 5 ECVAA/ACVAA diplomates, 3 ECVAA residents, 1 intern and 2 anaesthesia technicians.

Requirements: DVM or equivalent degree, ECVAA or ACVAA board certification, clinical experience and competence in veterinary anesthesiology, talent and experience in teaching. The candidate must be a team player and have excellent communication skills. French and German languages are an asset.

Responsibilities: As a key member of the Section, the successful candidate will be responsible for supervision and organization of the clinical anaesthesia service, mostly in the small animal hospital. The candidate will provide clinical and didactic teaching of veterinary students, residents, interns and technicians, and will contribute to outreach activities for veterinarians as well as to night backup coverage. Participation in continuing education and research activity of the group is expected, and collaborative research opportunities are available.

Salaries will be commensurate with professional and academic credentials and experience.

A letter of intent, a curriculum vitae, and the name of 3 references should be submitted to claudia.spadavecchia@vetsuisse.unibe.ch.

For further information please contact Prof. Claudia Spadavecchia (DVM, DipECVAA, PhD; claudia.spadavecchia@vetsuisse.unibe.ch) or click here.

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