Are you enjoying your private practice but would like to be involved in the team collaboration, advanced diagnostics and teaching of an academic environment? Colorado State University has just the position for veterinary radiologists who want a tailor-made job that is a combination of their choice of private practice and academia, and it doesn’t even require you to live in Colorado!

Colorado State University

As one of the nation’s top public research universities, Colorado State University is a land-grant institution, with an enrollment of more than 33,000 students. CSU offers 76 undergraduate degree programs, 114 graduate degree programs, 21 professional master’s degree programs, and a Professional Veterinary Medicine program. CSU’s world-class research and scholarship attract more than $370 million in research funding every year, ranking second nationally in federal research funding for universities without a medical school.

Applicants

Applicants are welcomed for a part time clinical service appointment in the Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (VDI) section of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences (ERHS) at Colorado State University. While on-site work is welcomed, candidates outside the area are also encouraged to apply and perform radiology services remotely. On site clinical duties include all modalities in small animal imaging and resident training. Remote service will be similar with the exception of hands-on training in ultrasound. The teaching effort can vary depending on the interests of the candidate and can be confined to resident training or also include contributing lectures to the DVM curriculum and ERHS imaging courses. Clinical investigative projects and scholarly endeavors are available if the candidate is interested. The flexibility of the job allows the candidate to work with the existing faculty to create a schedule that works best for all and supports the needs not only of the CSU program but the individual radiologists.

The successful candidate will join an internationally recognized diagnostic imaging program comprised of three small animal and two large animal faculty radiologists, six to eight residents, eight technologists, three office staff, and a PACS administrator. The program is located in the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) in Fort Collins, Colorado, with an annual imaging caseload of nearly 16,000. The CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital is a progressive and collaborative workplace with 28 veterinary specialties and dedicated residents, students, and technologists working towards a common goal. The VDI faculty have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty at both the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center and the Translational Medicine Institute.

Benefits of working for VDI at Colorado State University may include:
Playing a critical role in training new radiologists and maintaining the health of the Diagnostic Imaging Specialty
Direct access to world class specialists for collaboration on case management and research
Access to the CSU library system, including a wide range of journals and books
Journal articles can be downloaded without cost
Additional benefits as appropriate based on FTE

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Questions: Liz.Carter@colostate.edu

For full posting details https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/102879

About Fort Collins:

Fort Collins is an attractive community of approximately 170,000 located along the Colorado Front Range at the base of the Rocky Mountains, 65 miles north of Denver. The city is routinely recognized as one of the most desirable places to live in the United States. It consistently ranks high on quality of life measures by numerous publications; see https://www.fcgov.com/visitor/awards for the complete list. The Front Range has developed into a high-tech hub with companies such as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, IBM, Intel, Keysight Technologies, Broadcom, AMD, Xilinx, Ball Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Woodward, and Northrop Grumman located in or near Fort Collins. The city offers a pleasant climate with excellent schools and abundant cultural and recreational opportunities nearby. More information on CSU can be found at https://ramtrax.colostate.edu/plan-your-visit/ and Fort Collins information can be found at https://www.visitftcollins.com

Flexible clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, Colorado State University | American College of Veterinary Radiology Flexible clinical track Assistant or Associate Professor Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, Colorado State University – American College of Veterinary Radiology

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Are you enjoying your private practice but would like to be involved in the team collaboration, advanced diagnostics and teaching of an academic environment? Colorado State University has just the position for veterinary radiologists who want a tailor-made job that is a combination of their choice of private practice and academia, and it doesn’t even require you to live in Colorado!

Colorado State University

As one of the nation’s top public research universities, Colorado State University is a land-grant institution, with an enrollment of more than 33,000 students. CSU offers 76 undergraduate degree programs, 114 graduate degree programs, 21 professional master’s degree programs, and a Professional Veterinary Medicine program. CSU’s world-class research and scholarship attract more than $370 million in research funding every year, ranking second nationally in federal research funding for universities without a medical school.

Applicants

Applicants are welcomed for a part time clinical service appointment in the Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (VDI) section of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences (ERHS) at Colorado State University. While on-site work is welcomed, candidates outside the area are also encouraged to apply and perform radiology services remotely. On site clinical duties include all modalities in small animal imaging and resident training. Remote service will be similar with the exception of hands-on training in ultrasound. The teaching effort can vary depending on the interests of the candidate and can be confined to resident training or also include contributing lectures to the DVM curriculum and ERHS imaging courses. Clinical investigative projects and scholarly endeavors are available if the candidate is interested. The flexibility of the job allows the candidate to work with the existing faculty to create a schedule that works best for all and supports the needs not only of the CSU program but the individual radiologists.

The successful candidate will join an internationally recognized diagnostic imaging program comprised of three small animal and two large animal faculty radiologists, six to eight residents, eight technologists, three office staff, and a PACS administrator. The program is located in the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) in Fort Collins, Colorado, with an annual imaging caseload of nearly 16,000. The CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital is a progressive and collaborative workplace with 28 veterinary specialties and dedicated residents, students, and technologists working towards a common goal. The VDI faculty have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty at both the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center and the Translational Medicine Institute.

Benefits of working for VDI at Colorado State University may include:
Playing a critical role in training new radiologists and maintaining the health of the Diagnostic Imaging Specialty
Direct access to world class specialists for collaboration on case management and research
Access to the CSU library system, including a wide range of journals and books
Journal articles can be downloaded without cost
Additional benefits as appropriate based on FTE

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Questions: Liz.Carter@colostate.edu

For full posting details https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/102879

About Fort Collins:

Fort Collins is an attractive community of approximately 170,000 located along the Colorado Front Range at the base of the Rocky Mountains, 65 miles north of Denver. The city is routinely recognized as one of the most desirable places to live in the United States. It consistently ranks high on quality of life measures by numerous publications; see https://www.fcgov.com/visitor/awards for the complete list. The Front Range has developed into a high-tech hub with companies such as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, IBM, Intel, Keysight Technologies, Broadcom, AMD, Xilinx, Ball Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Woodward, and Northrop Grumman located in or near Fort Collins. The city offers a pleasant climate with excellent schools and abundant cultural and recreational opportunities nearby. More information on CSU can be found at https://ramtrax.colostate.edu/plan-your-visit/ and Fort Collins information can be found at https://www.visitftcollins.com

To apply for this job email your details to Liz.Carter@colostate.edu