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Internship Available at Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minn
Institution
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota

Address (City, Street, State/Province, Zip)
2530 Dale St. N Roseville, MN 55113

Primary Contact
Renee Schott, DVM

Primary Contact Email, Phone
renee@wrcmn.org 651-486-9410 x1107

Number of Positions Available
1

Matching Program?
No

On what date will this position next be available?
July 6, 2020

Application Deadline
December 8, 2019

Application should include
Cover letter, PDF resumé, including 3 references

Experience Required
Applicant must be a licensed veterinarian in the US with the Ability to complete the MN State Licensure exam within the first 2 weeks of starting. Experience working with wildlife not required, but highly desired

Accept International Applicants
No

Salary/Benefits
$2000/month stipend. No health insurance. Housing not provided

Length of Commitment/Start Date
1 year (end date will be July 18, 2021)

Program Description
To provide the Intern with hands-on experience in wildlife rehabilitation and medicine. At the end of the internship, Interns should be able to manage common wildlife rehabilitation cases in all aspects, including husbandry, common problems, treatment plans, diagnostics, anesthesia and surgery. ● To improve the Intern’s ability to recognize and identify different species of native Minnesota wildlife, and be knowledgeable of their natural history, feeding habits, habitat requirements, and any other specialized care while in a hospital and rehabilitation setting. ● To improve the Intern’s clinical skills working with non-domestic species, including but not limited to: venipuncture, hematology, parasitology, radiology, anesthesiology, soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, wound and fracture management, drug and fluid administration, and necropsy. ● To provide opportunities to learn more about the inner workings of a large-scale wildlife hospital. ● To allow the Intern to engage in and improve on interpersonal skills with veterinarians, veterinary technicians, volunteers, interns, rehabilitators and members of the general public. ● To provide the Intern with a fun and interesting learning environment!

Last Date Edited
9/2019
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