The Veterinary Consultant is responsible for providing guidance to the laboratory staff and consultations with clients pertaining to the results of testing.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Must be accessible to the laboratory to provide onsite, telephone, or electronic consultation as needed.
- Ensure test methods selected have the capability of providing quality results.
- Ensure that consultation is available to the laboratory’s clients on matters relating to the quality of the test results reported and their interpretation concerning specific patient conditions.
Collaboration, Availability, and Projected Hours:
- Virtual availability to laboratory staff, via phone or electronically, as needed
- Available, as needed, for clinical consultation with providers, inspectors, and clients, in person, via phone, or electronically.
- 20 hours per month
- DVM or VMD with a current veterinary license in the state of Pennsylvania and board-certification in Veterinary Pathology or possess equivalent qualifications as those required for certification, OR
- DVM or VMD with a current medical license in the state of Pennsylvania and laboratory training/experience consisting of the following:
- 1-year laboratory training during veterinary residency; OR
- 4 years of experience interpreting laboratory testing results
- Member of ACVP, AVMA, AAVMC, or another Veterinary organization
- Experience with large and exotic animals
Job Type: Part-time