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Summary of Duties:
This is a temporary Diagnostic Pathologist position in diagnostic veterinary anatomic pathology that includes necropsy, histopathology, requesting and interpreting bacteriology, virology, toxicology tests, other appropriate diagnostic assays along with case coordination and communication with referring veterinarians, owners and other animal health professionals. The above responsibilities are organized into days assigned either as a consulting pathologist, senior (faculty) necropsy pathologist, and surgical biopsy pathologist for mail-in/drop off accessions and weekend rotation to be shared with all other WADDL/VMP faculty pathologists.
The position requires strong diagnostic capabilities across the domestic mammalian and avian species, including effective communication with users of WADDL (referring clinicians, veterinary clinical faculty and staff, veterinary students, owners, producers).
Other responsibilities will include participation with other pathology faculty in teaching Diagnostics Block (VM 656) to 4th year DVM students, and Advanced Diagnostic Pathology (VPa 542) and Anatomic Pathology Seminar (VPa 592) to post-DVM anatomic pathology graduate students.
Other scholarly activity is encouraged as time permits, and may include more in-depth investigation of diagnostic laboratory accessions, test/ assay development, collaborative research with College of Veterinary Medicine faculty, and communication of new information through publication in refereed professional journals. This opportunity is within a supportive learning environment with 10 ACVP boarded pathologists, an ACVM boarded microbiologist, an ABVT boarded toxicologist, and housed in a new 61,000 sq ft, state of the art diagnostic facility completed in 2021. Schedule flexibility for preparation and sitting of the ACVP board examination is possible.
DVM from an AVMA accredited university and successful completion of a 3-year residency in veterinary anatomic pathology.
Experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified in job description.
Area/College: College of Veterinary Medicine Department Name: WADDL City, State, Zip: Pullman, WA, 99164 Department Link:waddl.vetmed.wsu.edu
Monthly Salary: Commensurate on qualifications and experience FTE: 60% Tenure Track: No Permanent/Temporary: Temporary
Temporary End Date: This is a temporary position expected to end on September 30, 2022. Renewal is dependent on the need for extension and/or if additional funding is secured to extend employment. Screening Begin Date: This recruitment is open until filled. First screening of applicants will begin August 30, 2021 Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Required Documents:
Time Type: Part time
Position Term: 12 Month
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