Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarian in Doha, Qatar

The Canadian Veterinary Hospital in Doha Qatar is looking for a veterinarian interested in working in a beautiful state of the art hospital which opened in the summer of 2011.

We primarily provide care for cats, dogs and parrots, some pocket pets and the occasional exotic pet or wildlife. We have an extensive rescue and rehoming program which we fund. Whether a pet or stray, every patient deserves the best care we can provide.
We are searching for a veterinarian to join our international team from South Africa, Spain, the UK, Germany and Canada.

Currently we are looking to expand and are looking for a veterinarian who has experience in and enjoys the pace of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine and Surgery. Ideally we would prefer a vet with an internship or residency, however we would also consider someone who has been working in this field in a referral center who has been passionate about continuing education in this field.

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience an interesting and high case load, in a caring, friendly, supportive environment. We see a tremendous number of emergency and critical cases. We would like to find a veterinarian with experience in this specialized field, to lead, teach and advocate for our patients.

We offer an excellent competitive tax free salary and a full benefit package.

More details and information on how to apply can be found in the attached document.

ECC Vet Doha

ECC Locum position at Massey University, New Zealand

The Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand is looking for a DACVECC/ECVECC or board-eligible ECC individual to join our team at Massey University for a locum position from January 2020 to December 2020.
Palmerston North is centrally situated and offers the best of the great outdoors: skiing, hiking, surfing and is ideal for purveyors of great coffee, fine food and excellent wine. It is often said that no matter where you are in NZ, you are approximately 15 minutes from somewhere spectacularly beautiful.

We are interested in commitments of 4-8 weeks, ideally (with one extending to 3 months May-July 2020) though we will consider shorter locum periods in the appropriate situation.

Our AVMA accredited veterinary programme is world renowned, with a focus on providing quality learning experiences for students. The hospital is staffed by board certified specialists in anaesthesiology, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, emergency medicine/critical care, soft-tissue and orthopaedic surgery. The Hospital has good diagnostic facilities including digital imaging, ultrasonography, fluoroscopy and a 16-slice CT scanner. Ready access to off-site MRI and PET-CT is available. Diagnostic facilities are provided by an on-site commercial laboratory and an in-house suite of laboratory equipment.

The ECC service provides out-of-hours emergency services for all of the practices in Palmerston North and additional surrounding towns. The ECC also provides round-the-clock intensive care of all medicine, surgical and critical care patients. The ECC is supported by a team of dedicated nurses and interns and works in a purpose-built and well-equipped facility. The successful candidate will be expected to support and promote the opportunities for improved patient care in the emergency and intensive care setting, and to nurture a climate which ensures veterinary students and veterinary technical students are involved in ‘best practice’ in emergency care.

Full details can be found in the following document:

Locum 2020 Advert

Rotating Companion Animal Internship at Massey University, New Zealand

The small animal rotating internship at Massey University is a 12.5-month clinical program (with a possibility for an extension) providing advanced clinical training in medicine, surgery, emergency and critical care, and other specialties on an elective basis in an AVMA-accredited Companion Animal Teaching Hospital. The program will provide the individual with a strong background in companion animal general, emergency, and specialty practice. The program is designed to qualify the individual for entry into an approved residency program, specialty internship or upskill for general practice.

Under the direct guidance and supervision of senior faculty members each intern will work in internal medicine, surgery and anaesthesia departments, with the remainder spent in emergency and critical care (both with direct and indirect supervision). During emergency duty, time is spent on day or night time services. Each intern will be responsible for both referral and walk-in emergency cases with the support of the emergency and critical care specialists, emergency doctors as well as other specialty service residents and faculty clinicians on-call. The intern will also be expected to help manage critical cases in the small animal intensive care unit.

Presentation of one 50-minute seminar to an audience of faculty, house officers, and students is required. Submission of article manuscripts for publication in a scientific journal is strongly recommended but not required. Interns are expected to attend weekly one hour specifically-tailored lectures and participate in journal and book club activities on a regular basis. Additionally, they will present cases, along with residents during the bi-d forweekly multidisciplinary rounds. Interns are also expected to participate in the instruction of final year veterinary students.

Interns will be assigned a mentor who provides guidance and serves as a liaison throughout the program. A certificate will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of the program.

We are looking for veterinarians who will enjoy the challenge of providing advanced diagnostic and treatment skills within an exciting, friendly, fully equipped board-certified specialist hospital environment. New graduates are encouraged to apply. Overseas candidates must be eligible for NZVC registration and NZ work visa.

For further details on the position please contact Ivayla Yozova, Intern Coordinator on i.yozova@massey.ac.nz

Multiple small animal ECC positions in Liège, Belgium

The Veterinary Clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liège, Belgium, has just opened its brand new Companion Animal Clinic early April 2019.

As in the new clinic, the emergency and critical care (ECC) service will be expanded, we currently offer the following positions :

• Full-time senior ECC clinician
• Full-time ECVECC resident
• Several full-time positions for ECC interns

starting October 1st, 2019.

More details on those positions and information on how to apply can be found in the following document:

Positions Liege, April 2019

2 full time criticalist positions in Edmonton and Vancouver, Canada

VCA Canada is seeking permanent, full time, residency trained or Board-Certified Criticalists for VCA Canada Guardian Veterinary Centre a small animal specialty referral and 24-hour critical care centre in Edmonton, Alberta, as well as VCA Canada Vancouver Animal Emergency and Referral Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia a small animal specialty referral (surgery, medicine, neurology, ophthalmology) and 24-hour emergency practice.

For more information on the two positions and on how to apply, please see the attached documents


Call for presenters for the EVECC Congress 2020 in Ghent

The mission of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) and the European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECVECC) is to advance the knowledge and high standards of practice in veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care. This is the main goal of the joint EVECC congress held every year.

The Scientific Committee is seeking proposals for presentation topics for our 19th EVECC congress, that will take place in the enchanted and historical city of Ghent, Belgium, from the 4th to the 6th of June 2020.

More information on this and how to hand in your proposal on the congress website.

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care in Dublin, Ireland

The UCD School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, is seeking a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care (maternity cover).

For further details, including contact details for more information, and how to apply for this position, please follow this link to UCD’s Vacancies web page (http://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/).

Closing date for applications: 17 March 2019

Director of the Emergency and Critical Care Service in London, UK

An exciting position to serve as the Director of the Emergency and Critical Care Service has opened at London Vet Specialists, part of the Linnaeus Group, in Central London.

This is an excellent opportunity for a criticalist to hone their skills and work with some of the industries most talented surgeons and specialists (including a DipACVECC) in a beautiful area of North London. We provide unparalleled medical care to our patients and outstanding service to our clients. We welcome team players and excellent communicators to apply. The hospital operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and houses central London’s most advanced emergency centre and is supported by a team of vets and nurses with an interest in the field of emergency and critical care. Both part time and full time positions may be considered. More information can be found at www.londonvetspecialists.vet and I would be delighted to chat about the team we are continuing to build and can be reached via email at janet.mcclaran@londonvetspecialists.vet or by phone at +442074330155

All communications will be kept confidential.