he Department of Clinical Sciences at Colorado State University seeks applications for a 12-month, full-time non-tenure-track Clinical Instructor/Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Orthopedic Medicine and Mobility.
The non-tenure track appointment Clinical Instructor/Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Orthopedic Medicine and Mobility will have a 30% – 40% service appointment, a 20% – 35% research commitment and a 20% – 35% teaching commitment. The final distribution of effort will be determined by Department Chair upon identification of final candidate at time of hire. It is the intent that this individual will support both clinical and didactic teaching in the DVM program in the areas of orthopedic medicine and mobility. The position also supports client service and revenue generation in the VTH. The individual hired into this position is expected to have a 18 – 40-week commitment to clinical teaching and service. Clinical training of residents, DVM students, and interns is a requirement of this position as is providing state-of-the-art care for small animals.
During the non-clinical time, the faculty member will share didactic teaching, service/outreach including: continuing education for local, regional, national, and international veterinary groups, providing phone and/or email consultation for veterinarians in Colorado and other states, and developing and participating in professional continuing education for veterinarians and participating in appropriate university, college, department, hospital or professional committee work. The remaining time is available for research/scholarly activity and includes collaborative research with other departmental faculty and participation in veterinary clinical trials. Scholarly activity will include professional and lay publications in the discipline of orthopedic medicine & mobility.
To view full posting announcement, interested individuals should apply to the following link; http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/74467
Applications should include 1) a cover letter addressing the applicant’s qualifications, 2) resume or curriculum vitae, and 3) name and contact information for three professional references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. Applicants will be considered for all ranks for which they qualify unless a preference is indicated otherwise in the cover letter.
For full consideration, please submit application materials by February 24, 2020, 11:59pm MT. Additional information is available via email at ClinSciHR@colostate.edu
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
Clinical Instructor – The approximate commitment to clinical responsibilities will range from 34–40 weeks. • DVM Degree or equivalent veterinary professional degree • Minimum of 3 years of experience applicable to the primary area of instruction
Assistant Professor – The approximate commitment to clinical responsibilities will range from 26–34 weeks. • DVM Degree or equivalent veterinary professional degree • American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR) board-certification • 3-5 years relevant work experience in higher education, professional development, or healthcare settings
Associate Professor – The approximate commitment to clinical responsibilities will range from 22–26 weeks. • DVM Degree or equivalent veterinary professional degree • Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience at the Assistant rank or equivalent • American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR) board-certification
Full Professor – The approximate commitment to clinical responsibilities will range from 18-22 weeks. • DVM or equivalent veterinary professional degree • Minimum of 7 years relevant work experience at the Associate rank or equivalent • American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR) board-certification • An advanced graduate degree (e.g. PhD) • Research experience as PI in the field of orthopedic medicine/sports medicine and rehabilitation
About Colorado State University
The Department of Clinical Sciences mission is to assure the health and productivity of animals to meet societal needs through high quality educational programs for professional veterinary medical students, graduate veterinarians, and the public through a faculty and veterinary medical center of excellence, and to advance and disseminate comparative biomedical knowledge in an environment of interdisciplinary collaboration.