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  • Dermatology practice in Glasgow, Scotland, UK

    Presenting a unique opportunity for a Veterinary Dermatologist to work in a supportive and friendly dedicated Dermatology practice in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The Dermatology Referral Service is a four vet 100% dermatology referral practice based in Glasgow servicing Scotland and Northern England. This busy, standalone Dermatology clinic operates in a dedicated practice setting in Glasgow and is supported by an excellent team of trained RVNs and support staff. The practice is owned by IVC Evidensia, but local operation is autonomous. We offer Storz video-otoscopy, Intradermal skin testing and an Aesculight Co2 laser. The practice has close links with Glasgow University and we teach the Dermatology course content to the University of Glasgow veterinary students. The Service is active in resident training for the ECVD Diploma and consequently involved in regular Journal Club and clinical research The applicant would be expected to be ECVD or ACVD board certified (or equivalent) or be board eligible. Eligibility for RCVS membership is also required. Certificate holders may also be considered. Salary would be commensurate with experience. This is a wonderful part of the world close to one of the most beautiful parts of the UK with excellent transport links and great access to mountains, lochs and the ocean. Any interested parties are welcome to contact Hilary Jackson Clinical Director at hilary.jackson@vetdermreferrals.co.uk or Laurie Adams Practice Director at laurie.adams@vetdermreferrals.co.uk for further information or an informal chat.


  • Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Switzerland 

    Veterinary Dermatologist 80% 

    Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Switzerland 

    The Department of Clinical Veterinary Science provides exemplary services in small and large animal surgery and medicine, offering primary and referral care for all species. Our university hospitals, situated in one of Switzerland's most picturesque cities, boast state-of-the-art facilities and are renowned centers of excellence in veterinary education. 

    We are currently seeking an experienced and motivated Veterinary Dermatologist to join our esteemed academic institution. This position offers an initial term of four to six years, with the potential for a permanent appointment thereafter. The working hours, initially set at 80%, are negotiable, and job-sharing arrangements are available. The position must be filled by June 2024. 

    Requirements: 

    • DVM or equivalent degree 
    • ECVD or ACVD board certification 
    • Clinical experience and proficiency in veterinary dermatology 
    • Team player and excellent communication skills 
    • Interest in clinical research is not mandatory but suggested 
    • Competencies in analyzing and optimizing clinical workflows are essential 
    • Management and leading experience are welcome 
    • Proficiency in German and/or French is required, with fluency in both written and spoken communication 

     

    Responsibilities: 

    As a key member of the Clinical Dermatology Team, the successful candidate will be responsible for supervision and organization of the clinical dermatology service in the small and large animal hospitals. The candidate will provide clinical and didactic teaching to veterinary students, residents, interns and technicians, and will contribute to outreach activities for veterinarians. Participation in existing research collaborations (DermFocus) is expected and new collaborations are encouraged. 

    Salaries will be commensurate with professional and academic credentials and experience. 

    Interested applicants should send a single PDF File including: 

    • Curiculum vitae 
    • Letter of intent 
    • Reference letter 
    • Certificate(s) 
    • Publications 

     

    Applications should be sent electronically to Elisa Maina (elisa.maina@unibe.ch). 

    The deadline for applications is April 30, 2024. Interviews will take place in May. 


  • Reunion Island Veterinary Dermatology

    Our vet clinic located on Reunion Island on the seafront was created in 1989 with a predominantly mainly canine referral activity. Our goal is to become a reference center. More information in PDF


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