Resident Veterinarian – Relocation to Salt Lake City, UT – Broadview University – Houston, TX

Broadview University is committed to providing career-focused education that assists students in reaching their career and life goals. For over 40 years, we have provided students with tools for success including knowledge, skills and credentials that support their immediate and long-range goals. We currently have an opening for a Resident Veterinarian at our West Jordan, Utah campus. If you have an interest in learning more we’d love the opportunity to speak with you!

This exciting leadership position offers a generous compensation package, weekday flexibility and an excellent opportunity to join a well-established organization where you have the ability to help mold the next generation of veterinary technicians in the State of Utah. Our philosophy is to simply and comprehensively bridge the gap between student potential and employer needs. This drives our commitment to our employees and our community. Please visit us at www.broadviewuniversity.edu

The campus Resident Veterinarian provides the leadership, authority, and credentials required for animal use in education. The Resident Veterinarian is responsible for the care and use of all animals and shares a substantial role in the management of the department, development of the program, and instruction of staff and students.

Responsibilities of this position may include:

  • Solicit input from instructors as to animal needs for classes.
  • Perform the initial intake examination of animals obtained, formulate the diagnostic and/or treatment plans, direct the implementation of the plan according to the instructional needs of classes, manage progress and amend the plan as needed, monitor animal records for accuracy and proper Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan (SOAP) format, and complete the discharge information.
  • Oversee the performance of Certified Veterinary Technician’s (CVT) in procedures requiring the supervision of a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). Perform surgery and other special procedures that require a DVM license; make diagnoses, write prescriptions, and sign health, sterilization, and rabies certificates as indicated.
  • Devise procedures and policies for the campus Veterinary Technology Department to ensure compliance with Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations regarding the use of animals. Assist the Program Chair in maintaining facilities and documentation in accordance with regulations. Train and supervise staff and student adherence to the policies.
  • Develop procedures and policies for the campus Veterinary Technology Department that promote American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) standards, wherever possible.
  • Participate at New Student Orientation and New Faculty Orientation
  • Participate in professional growth and in-service activities, including belonging to professional associations (if available)
  • Communicate regularly with the Program Chair, Dean of Education, and Campus Director regarding program-specific needs and challenges
  • Promote and support service and applied learning initiatives within the program; Assist with programmatic considerations
  • Collaborate with Career Services to identify potential partnership opportunities (placement, externships, etc.) in the community
  • Partner with curriculum leaders regarding revisions and maintenance of master course content
  • Participate in regular advisory board meetings to receive counsel regarding equipment needs, curriculum, and local employer requests.
  • Serve as a knowledgeable resource for all animal-related issues and program-specific topics; field questions from admissions representatives and prospective students, current and former students, and fellow instructors.
  • Meet programmatic and accreditation requirements per Broadview Education Consortium standards (AVMA/CVTEA, USDA, OSHA, DEA, etc.)

Ideal candidates possess the following qualities:

  • Student-centered philosophy in support of academic excellence
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with a focus on quick response time
  • Effective problem-solving and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to learn and use necessary technology quickly and adeptly
  • Adaptability; able to succeed in a fast-paced and ever-changing work environment
  • Passion and enthusiasm for the veterinary profession

Requirements include:

  • State Licensed Veterinarian; Graduate of an AVMA-accredited program
  • Appropriate relevant work experience in the field of study

Broadview Education Consortium (BEC) includes: Broadview University, Institute of Production and Recording, and the Minnesota School of Cosmetology. With locations in Minnesota and Utah. BEC is an equal opportunity employer. BEC encourages a diverse workforce and proudly supports our service men and women. We offer eligible employees the following benefits: dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, medical insurance, a 401k plan, tuition benefits, flexible spending accounts and paid time off (PTO). Employees are guided to achieve personal and professional goals in a flexible, dynamic and success-oriented work environment.

Job Type: Full-time

Benefits:

  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

Work Location:

  • One location

Work Remotely:

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