[MARMAM] job announcement
Gullandf at TMMC.org
Mon Feb 13 14:32:46 PST 2006
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MARCH 11, 2006
The Marine Mammal Center, an equal opportunity, non-profit employer, is
seeking candidates for the full-time position of STAFF VETERINARIAN.
This is a supervisory position reporting to the Director of Veterinary
Science. The mission of The Center is to rescue and rehabilitate
injured and sick marine mammals; and, once healthy, to release them into
the ocean. The Center also conducts significant research and public
education in the protection of marine mammals and their habitats.
The staff veterinarian is responsible for the clinical care of marine
mammals in rehabilitation. The candidate supervises and trains
veterinary technicians and visiting students in anesthesia, radiology,
sample collection and processing, drug administration, record keeping
and animal husbandry. In addition to clinical care, the staff
veterinarian must have the knowledge, interest, and ability to
collaborate effectively with researchers, and conservation and education
staff. He/she must be able to communicate effectively before large and
small gatherings, and work successfully on multidisciplinary teams to
advance the mission of The Center.
Requires supervisory and budget management experience; 5 years
experience in clinical marine mammal veterinary medicine; knowledge of
current marine mammal health and disease issues demonstrated through a
publication and presentation record; a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine
(DVM) or equivalent and a higher degree (Masters, Doctorate, or Board
Certification); and must have a current California State License to
practice veterinary medicine.
Salary will be based on education and experience. To apply: mail resume
and salary requirements to: Director of Human Resources, The Marine
Mammal Center, 1065 Fort Cronkhite, Marin Headlands, Sausalito, CA
94965, or email lechleitnerj at tmmc.org. No faxes or telephone calls
please. Applications must be received by March 11, 2006.
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