The Clinical Skills and Anatomy Veterinarian for the Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine is responsible for contributing to the research, development, delivery, and validation of small and large animal clinical skills content. This includes teaching in the anatomy courses; medical and surgical skills labs, developing veterinary medical educational resources, developing models and innovative instructional methods; and performing validation research. The Candidate will work directly with the Director of the Veterinary Anatomy, the Director of Small Animal Clinical Skills, and the Director of Large Animal Clinical Skills.
DVM/VMD or equivalent degree in good professional standing and clinical experience with a strong grasp of mixed animal general practice and anatomy, and possess a passion for building future leaders in the veterinary profession.
Advanced degree in a small/large animal area of expertise and/or specialty board certification. Experience in an academic setting.
Internal Number: F00312P
About Lincoln Memorial University
Lincoln Memorial University
We wear his name proudly
Our nation's beloved 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was a native of neighboring Kentucky. But you might not know that he envisioned "a great university for the people of this area," here in the Cumberland Gap. One hundred forty years later, Lincoln Memorial University is the heir of that vision, and we are very proud to wear his name and embrace his legacy.
Nestled in the pristine Appalachian Mountain range, Lincoln Memorial University's main campus in Harrogate, TN, is both scenic and historic. About 55 miles north of Knoxville, TN we're perfectly poised to offer a liberal arts education. A main campus full of activities for residential students and 12 extended sites in surrounding areas, LMU provides educational experiences to suit your life. With over 30 academic majors ranging from accounting to wildlife and fisheries management, success is within your reach.
Most important, LMU is a close-knit community filled with people who care. Students can expect personal attention with an average class size of 17. At LMU, students build relationships that last, and they learn lessons they'll carry for life.
We invite you to explore our website and learn more about Lincoln Memorial University.