Instructor/Assistant/Associate Professor of Veterinary Technology

Virginia Blue Ridge Community College - Virginia (30+ days ago)

Blue Ridge Community College is seeking a dynamic faculty member for the discipline of Veterinary Technology. Responsibilities include quality teaching (by distance learning and/or traditional delivery) and student assessment, performing small animal surgery, providing veterinary care to program animals, supervising students in labs and clinics, advising students, recruiting students, and participating in institutional service.

Minimum Qualifications
Required qualifications include a DVM or equivalent degree from an AVMA accredited veterinary college, current active veterinary licensure, eligibility for licensure as a veterinarian in Virginia (if currently licensed elsewhere), 2 years of recent clinical experience, strong small animal medical and surgical skills, a commitment to applications of instructional technology, and a commitment to the community college environment and mission.

Preferred Qualifications
Preferred qualifications include previous community college (or university) teaching experience, experience working with large animals, or experience working with exotic animals/wildlife.

Special Requirements
Position is classified as full-time, 9-month, 24-pay teaching faculty; includes full state benefits. Depending on credentials and experience, position may be filled as Instructor, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor ($43,776 – $77,283). In addition to teaching 30 credits per academic year, responsibilities include academic advising; service & leadership on college committees; participation in scholarly and professional activities; mentoring adjunct faculty within the discipline; development and support of courses and programs; community service; and institutional service.

Special Instructions to Applicants
Applications will ONLY be accepted on-line. Position Open Until Filled; Review of materials will begin on or before 5/25/2018. Resume, cover letter, and ALL graduate & undergraduate transcripts must be received by the application deadline and should be attached to the on-line application. Transcripts may be unofficial or scanned copies, but all transcripts should be combined into one document and attached as “Transcript” to the on-line application. If file size is too large, contact HR to make alternate arrangements for submittal. Applicant is responsible for ensuring that all required materials are received. Incomplete application materials will not be considered.
For more specific information regarding BRCC and the electronic application process, go to Full background check required. Questions, call (540) 453-2371 or (540) 453-2597 (VA Relay, 7-1-1). BRCC is an EOE and auxiliary aids & services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.