Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc, a leading manufacturer of animal health products for a global market, is seeking qualified candidates to fill a Professional Service Veterinarian position within the Swine Division.
Primary responsibilities for this position are to direct technical support for product sales to assigned Swine Veterinarians and producers; design, conduct, monitor, analyze, and report on product support field trials; assist in product technical training to sales and marketing personnel; assist in identifying and developing product opportunities or strategies to bring new products or ideas to market; and investigate and analyze clinical disease problems through problem resolution strategies.
The qualified candidate will have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree with an excellent knowledge of swine production and health. A candidate with an advanced graduate degree or board certification is desirable. A minimum of 2 years' experience in a swine practice or production system is required. The qualified candidate will also have strong verbal, presentation, and written communication skills. Also, candidates will require basic computer skills.
For immediate consideration, please e-mail your resume or curriculum vitae and salary history to Vetmedica@bi-careers.com, mail to Boehringer Ingelheim Staffing Center, PO Box 534, Waltham, Massachusetts 02454-0534, or fax to 781-663-2431.
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The Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
is offering a postgraduate training program in veterinary pathology.
The program provides experience and training in gross and microscopic
pathology and interpretation of diagnostic tests. Opportunities
are also available for training in related disciplines, including
toxicology, virology, bacteriology, and immunology. Approximately
75% of the individual's time will be assigned to providing diagnostic
service to practicing veterinarians under the supervision of staff
pathologists and in collaboration with other diagnostic laboratory
personnel. The remaining 25% will be available for independent
study. The ISU-VDL, within the Department of Veterinary Diagnostic
and Production Animal Medicine, emphasizes diseases of food-producing
animals and provides ample opportunity to gain extensive experience
in diseases of swine and cattle. Accessions from other species
(cats, dogs, sheep, goats, horses, laboratory animals, and wildlife)
are received in smaller numbers. Completion of this program affords
partial fulfillment of the training requirements necessary for
eligibility and certification by the American College of Veterinary
Pathologists. It is expected that the trainee will pursue a graduate
program leading to the MS degree and (or) a PhD in Veterinary
Required qualifications: DVM or equivalent degree from an AVMA-accredited college of veterinary medicine; one or more years of clinical practice. Preferred qualifications: Experience in production animal medicine. Salary (wage): Commensurate with experience, plus benefits. To guarantee consideration, application must be received by July 1, 2001. Interested persons should contact Dr. Gary D. Osweiler, Director, or Dr. Pat Halbur, Section Leader of Pathology, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011. Phone: 515-294-1950; Fax: 515-294-3564; E-mail: email@example.com. Equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Pharmacia Corporation is a first-tier pharmaceutical organization with a global presence. Pharmacia Animal Health (PAH) is a company with a long-term view. From management to research and development, to our representatives in the field, we are animal health professionals who share a lasting dedication to aggressive, forward-looking development of new therapies and technologies. Our network of field sales representatives keeps us in direct contact with the ever-changing needs of veterinarians and livestock producers all over the world. Our Animal Health Research and Development teams have a commitment to innovative research - to discover and explore new technologies. Our goal is to respond with technologies that serve the diverse demands of all our customers. Our Research and Development investment ranks among the leaders in the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Join our team in Animal Health as Technical Service Veterinarian, Pork, Ad Code #00-1430. The selected candidate will be responsible for training and supporting PAH pork sales representatives, solving customer problems, and providing training for customers. This individual will also develop and execute field trials designed to provide improved programs and product uses. To qualify, you must have a DVM degree (advanced degree(s) desirable) combined with comprehensive knowledge of the pork industry, including scientific, technical, social, and leadership principles as well as techniques, and broad specialized related experience. Strong oral and written communication skills are needed to effectively influence customers and other key groups. This position offers substantial latitude for independent action and decision making as well as the opportunity to work within teams. Reach new heights in your career with Pharmacia and enjoy a competitive salary and benefits in a professionally encouraging work environment. For immediate consideration, please respond using our preferred online method at http://respond.webhire.com/job/id?479-r1430-J2, or you may fax your resume to the Pharmacia resume processing center, referencing Ad Code #00-1430 referencing Swine Health and Production, at 520-287-0963. Pharmacia Corporation is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer: we value a diverse combination of ideas, perspectives, and cultures. Visit our web site at www.pharmacia.com for additional information.
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