Clinical or Tenure Track, Assist/Assoc/Full Professor and Professor of Practice, Radiology - Military Veterans

at Auburn University

Auburn, Alabama

Job Title

Clinical or Tenure Track, Assist/Assoc/Full Professor and Professor of Practice, Radiology

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Job Description Summary

The Department of Clinical Sciences, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applications from qualified individuals for a tenure or clinical track, Assistant, Associate, Full Professor or Professor of Practice position in Radiology. The Professor of Practice position is ideal for a radiologist currently working in the teleradiology sector that has the desire to work part time in university practice while maintaining a part time commitment to the teleradiology company of their choice.

The Radiology Service at Auburn University is committed to excellence in clinical service, research, and teaching professional veterinary students, residents and interns. The successful tenure or clinical track candidate will be expected to participate in teaching, clinical service, outreach and research. Teaching responsibilities include clinical and didactic instructional activities related to diagnostic imaging. Clinical service includes diagnostic imaging of clinical patients, teaching veterinary students, supervising house officers and consulting with private practitioners. The percentage of duty assignment will be consistent with the type of position the candidate desires, whether clinical or tenure track. If the candidate desires the Professor of Practice position, they will have a part time assignment to provide clinical and teaching services at Auburn University with the remainder set aside for work in the private sector including teleradiology.

Minimum Qualifications

Applicants for this faculty position must hold a DVM or equivalent degree, have completed a radiology residency, and have achieved diplomate status or be eligible to sit for board certification examination with the ACVR or ECVDI by position start date. The candidate selected for this position must be able to meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and continue working legally for the proposed term of employment. Eligibility for faculty veterinary licensure in the State of Alabama is also required. Excellent communication skills are required.

Desired Qualifications

Special Instructions to Applicants

Applications must include a letter of intent stating professional goals, a curriculum vitae, and names and email addresses of three references. Review begins February 1, 2021. Please direct inquiries to Dr. Rachel Moon, Search Committee Chair, Telephone: 334-321-1992; email

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