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Washington State University Internship Opportunity
Institution
Washington State University

Address (City, Street, State/Province, Zip)
Pullman, WA

Primary Contact
Dr. Nickol Finch

Primary Contact Email, Phone
nickol-patterson@wsu.edu, 509-335-0711 

Number of Positions Available
1

Matching Program?
No

On what date will this position next be available?
June 18, 2018

Application Deadline
Rolling. Application screening begins June 1, 2018

Application should include
1) a cover letter; 2)curriculum vitae; Applicants are required to include contact information (including email addresses) for at least three (3) professional references in the application.

Experience Required
DVM or VMD from an American Veterinary Medical Associate accredited college of veterinary medicine or a comparable foreign institution. All applicants must successfully pass North American Veterinary Licensing Examination and be able to obtain a Washington veterinary license prior to starting the program. Ability to work a flexible schedule and at various work locations for business needs. Excellent verbal communication skills and ability to function effectively in a clinical team environment. Preferred Qualifications: Previous wildlife rehabilitation experience.

Accept International Applicants
No

Salary/Benefits
$2,172.00/mo

Length of Commitment/Start Date
June 18, 2018 - June 30, 2019

Program Description
The Veterinary Intern will rotate between the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Exotic and Wildlife Unit in eastern Washington and one or multiple non-profit wildlife rehabilitation centers (to be arranged) located in western Washington. The Animal Welfare and Wildlife Rehabilitation Program is affiliated with the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Exotic and Wildlife Department at Washington State University. The program aims to improve, strengthen, and expand: a) Rehabilitator capability for treating and rehabilitating impaired wild animals, and b) Public outreach materials and programs to promote animal-appropriate behaviors. The position provides advanced training in clinical wildlife medicine to include hematology, parasitology, radiology, anesthesia, analgesia, orthopedic surgery, soft tissue surgery, wound and fracture management, necropsy, safe handling techniques, and rehabilitation.

Last Date Edited
5/2018
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