Instructor/Assistant Professor, Small Animal Clinic - St. George’s Grenada

St. George’s University invites applicants for a full-time Instructor/Assistant Professor position in the Small Animal Clinic in the School of Veterinary Medicine, beginning 1/1/2023.
Essential Functions:
Instructional Activities:
Deliver lectures and clinical laboratories/rotations in following courses/disciplines:
• Introduction to Clinic Rotations (SAMS 528)
• Introduction to Clinic Practice (SAMS 526)
• Veterinary Physical Diagnosis I (SAMS 515)
• Clinical Orientation (LAMS 502)
• Professional Development I (LAMS 541)
• Clinical Communication Skills Labs in the Professional Veterinary Development LAMS 533 course
• Participate in clinical and academic teaching services offered by the SAC including oversight and supervision of students on companion animal medicine rotations/labs, surgery rotations/labs, Emergency and critical rotations/labs, management of hospitalized cases, outpatient procedures, physical exam labs, perform routine and emergency surgeries and procedures, and daily cage side rounds, student clubs lectures and labs.
• Instruction of students in all aspects of general practice and emergency and critical care, clinical teaching of third year veterinary students.

Supplemental teaching In addition to teaching in the core courses for the DVM program, faculty may be required to support departmental teaching in the graduate program and the pre-veterinary program as well as the Integrated Team Instruction delivery of the DVM program – a small group-based curriculum delivery. • Deliver lectures in following courses/disciplines: • Clinical mentorship, supervision, and training of junior faculty • Clinical mentorship and supervision of technicians and assistants Research and Scholarly Activities: • Actively engage in a research topic in a relevant area • Support student research and learning through supervision and mentoring of selected students • Contribute to curriculum review and innovation. • Practice continuous quality improvement of the courses and content delivered by the department • Active participation in scientific/educational conferences and Continued Education • Contribute to the academic advisory system for all students enrolled on the DVM program. Position Requirements: • DVM or equivalent degree with experience in small animal practice

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