The Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service is currently comprised of
- two full-time diplomates of the ACVECC
- 4 ECC residents
- 2 ECC specialty interns
- 9 rotating interns
- 32 veterinary technicians.
The emergency service has a robust multitude of complex cases and would like to offer candidates a mentored training program that is tailored to veterinarians looking to become successful emergency clinicians.
We are seeking candidates that want to work in a fast-paced and collegial environment who want to develop or enhance their clinical professional academic experience with mentorship, teach veterinary students and perform emergent procedures. Our mentorship program is designed to give the successful candidate everything needed to be a highly experienced, confident, and capable emergency clinician, including hands-on experiences, immersive clinical and didactic training, and the personal mentorship needed to be successful.
Clinicians will work alongside board-certified criticalists and emergency and critical residents on most shifts. A senior doctor is available to discuss the interpretation of diagnostics, treatment plans, or approaches to client communication.
The successful candidate will be expected to attend the emergency and critical care service’s weekly didactic rounds and journal club, which are aimed toward preparing emergency and critical residents for their certifying examination. There is also an 8-week summer lecture series geared toward new graduates covering commonly seen conditions and disease processes seen in an emergency setting.
This position is a 51-100% appointment in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine. The appointment will be a non-tenured, academic position with a negotiable starting date after the closing date. Emergency duties may include evening and weekend hours.
Our service is supported by board-certified specialists and trainees in cardiology, neurology, oncology (radiation and medical), soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, internal medicine, anesthesia and analgesia, diagnostic imaging, dermatology, and ophthalmology.
Become a highly experienced, confident and capable emergency clinician.
Applications are Currently Being Accepted.
Please create your candidate profile through http://jobs.illinois.edu and upload application materials, including cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references
Visit https://vetmed.illinois.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Mentored-ER-Doctor-Position-2.pdf or contact Drs. Jenica Haraschak (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Meghan Fick (email@example.com) for additional information about the position
We Want You!
The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine values work-life balance and collegiality. We are a friendly and interactive hospital, and we seek new colleagues who excel clinically and academically while having fun at work and building strong relationships with coworkers.
More About US
- Boarded clinicians in 16 areas of specialization
- Innovative approaches to integrated veterinary education, post-graduate veterinary education, and online learning
- Collegewide research strengths in comparative and diagnostic medicine, conservation medicine and ecosystem health, environmental health and toxicology, infectious diseases, and reproductive biology
- Part of a top-ranked public, land-grant university
- Located in a vibrant, diverse and international community that still offers Midwestern friendliness and affordability
- You will become a member of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine which is currently 94 faculty strong
- ~ 50 residents and interns
- > 500 veterinary students
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