Full & Part-time Jobs in Aquatic Veterinary Medicine
Positions of possible interest to aquatic veterinarians and veterinary technician/nurses
Preparing for a career in aquatic veterinary medicine
- Becoming an Aquatic Veterinarian (general Information about what to expect and how to prepare for an interview)
- An Introduction to Aquatic Veterinary Medicine (video on some procedures & practices a veterinarian may experience in practice)
- Free on-line resume builder (allows you to use templates or design, download and print your own resume)
- Preparing for a Career in Aquatic Animal Medicine (a brief description of education and other requirements for considering a career in aquatic veterinary medicine)
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Current Positions Open (will be removed after the closing date or filled)
Position: Product Management Specialist- Aquaculture
Location: Nanaimo, BC
Employer: Syndel Canada
Application Deadline: As of January 17, 2020
Brief Description: The Product Management Specialist is a member of the Product Management Team and will assist with and/or lead in all aspects of Product Management, including but not limited to writing regulatory submissions, routine regulatory reports, product development, quality control and project management. This position is a technical administrative position and involves managing proprietary pharmaceutical files and projects which may include verbal and written communications with US and Canadian regulatory agencies, consultants and strategic partners.
Position: Aquatic Animal Health Fellowship
Location: UC Davis
Employer: UC Davis
Application Deadlline: March 1st 2020
Brief Description: This is a one-year program designed to train post-graduate veterinarians in the field of aquatic animal health. Specifically, this program will train candidates to integrate expertise in aquatic animal medicine into the broader fields of animal, human, and ecosystem health, through experiences from aquaculture, fisheries, public aquaria, companion animal medicine, academia and research. An additional goal of the fellowship program is to increase the diversity of veterinarians involved in aquatic animal medicine. Candidates are encouraged to address this and how their selection will help achieve enhanced diversity.
For more information and to apply: click here
Page update January 29, 2020