The University of Missouri Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery seeks applications for a faculty position in radiology (tenure or teaching track assistant, associate or full professor). The University Veterinary Health Center (VHC) currently provides imaging studies that utilize radiography, computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, videofluoroscopy, scintigraphy, and positron emission tomography. To view complete job posting, please go to http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/index.php and Advanced Search for Job ID 12071.
The description of this 1.0 FTE/12 month appointment will depend upon the qualifications of the successful applicant. For individuals in the tenure-track, the faculty member will be expected to develop a successful research program that compliments research performed by other departmental, college, or university faculty. A tenure-track faculty member will also be expected to participate actively in clinical and teaching responsibilities of the radiology section. Section or departmental service may also be a part of the position description.
An individual in a nontenure-track position will be expected to concentrate his/her activities in the areas of clinical service and teaching. Scholarly activity is also expected and may include collaborative research activities with other faculty, as is participation in the training of graduate students and house officers. Section or departmental administrative service may also be a part of the position description.
Candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree; successful completion of a residency in veterinary diagnostic radiology and eligibility for specialty board certification (ACVR or ECVDI); and eligibility for professional licensure (faculty license or regular license) as a veterinarian in the State of Missouri.
Candidates will be assessed based upon educational, research and professional achievement and potential. Clinical experience, communication skills, organization skills, experience working effectively in an interdisciplinary environment, and letters of reference will be collectively considered in selection of a candidate. Potential for candidates to work within the diverse framework of the diagnostic radiology service the VMS Department will be assessed.
Salary will be commensurate with training and expertise.
Interested candidates should use the online application and be prepared to submit a letter stating professional interests and career goals, transcript(s), and contact information including email addresses for three references and a curriculum vitae.
Please contact Dr. Carol Reinero, 573-882-7821 if you have questions about the position or the section. Applications will be reviewed until a suitable candidate is identified. Initial appointment will begin as soon as an acceptable candidate can be identified and hired.
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