Pharmacy Society Of Wisconsin (PSW)

Clinical Track, Tenure Track, or Teaching Professor

Medical Sciences
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
30+ days ago

Description

The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to announce an open search for one faculty position in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care. We are accepting applications for one of three types: tenure track, clinical track, or teaching professor at the assistant or associate level. The “teaching professor” position is a new promotable track at the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and is geared toward individuals with strong interests in teaching and clinical service (there is no research requirement for this position).  

We have provided information below regarding the history of our team, the positions, and the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine as a whole. 

Applications should be submitted via the Position Vacancy Listings which are found at the following links: 

Clinical Track: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/509268/clinical-track-assistant-or-associate-professor-of-emergency-critical-care  

Tenure Track: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/509269/tenure-track-assistant-or-associate-professor-of-emergency-critical-care  

Teaching Professor: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/509784/teaching-professor-emergency-critical-care  

Any interested individuals are welcome to reach out to ECC faculty members with questions using the contact information listed below: 

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Further information regarding the positions: 

The Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Services at UW-Madison 

The UW Veterinary Care (UWVC) Emergency Service was established in the summer of 2008. In the past five years, the caseload has doubled to more than 6000 cases per year. In this same timeframe, critical care has developed as an inpatient care and hospital support service, which is largely separate from our emergency receiving service. Our emergency medicine and critical care teams presently include three faculty, five residents, one ECC intern, nine rotating interns, and 20 technicians, and 6 veterinary assistants. Since beginning our residency program in 2009, we have proudly trained 8 ACVECC diplomates. With continued growth in our robust caseload, this fourth faculty position will enable the emergency medicine and critical care services to function as parallel teams under separate (yet collaborative) faculty supervision within UWVC and expand research and teaching in the School of Veterinary Medicine.  

Numerous remodeling projects have supported the hospital's growth over the past ten years. Apart from smaller remodeling processes, construction of the UW Veterinary Care North Building (new small animal hospital) is underway and is expected to finish in 2023.  

Our critical care unit, an open-concept ICU, is equipped to enable advanced care for critically ill patients with routine use of high-flow nasal oxygen, mechanical ventilation, telemetry, a well-equipped in-house blood bank, and many other related services. The ECC and Internal Medicine teams are open to re-starting the dialysis (CRRT) service upon opening of the new hospital, based on the interest and expertise of hired and existing faculty. The emergency medicine and critical care services routinely collaborate and consult with other clinical specialties throughout the hospital. In addition, the ECC team collaborates with our Special Species service on evenings and weekends to provide emergency care for exotic pets. Previous experience with exotic animal practice is not required to succeed in this position.  

We enjoy working in a friendly and collaborative hospital environment that centers around patient care and creating a positive learning environment for students, interns, and residents. 

Faculty Positions at the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine 

Applications from finishing residents and established diplomates of ACVECC are welcomed.  

Academic experience or relevant practice experience beyond residency training is preferred but not mandatory. Aptitude and/or experience in clinical instruction of DVM students, interns, and residents are also expected. Distribution of effort in the section and the department will be determined by service needs, academic priorities, and the candidate's expertise and academic goals. The candidate should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with all sections of the hospital and department. 

Upon arrival new faculty members work with the department chair to identify both a mentoring committee and teaching committee. Teaching opportunities at the SVM have gone beyond typical classroom and laboratory teaching since the 2017 construction of the Renk Learning Center, which is comprised of the Clinical Skills Training Center and Active Learning Room. Faculty are also encouraged to develop active learning modules and selectives courses to supplement pre-clinical coursework. To enhance research and clinical advancement, many SVM faculty maintain productive research and clinical collaborations with individuals from other professional campus programs, including the School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Pharmacy, Biomedical Engineering, among many others. 

Applications should be submitted via the Position Vacancy Listings above. These documents provide additional detail regarding the respective positions. 

Time Allocation in Clinical Track, Tenure Track, and Teaching Professor Positions:  

The clinical track position includes up to 22 weeks of clinical service per year. Approximate time distribution for clinical track: 45% clinical, 20% non-clinical teaching, 25% research, 10% service. 

The tenure track position includes up to 12 weeks of clinical service per year. Approximate time distribution for clinical track: 25% clinical, 20% non-clinical teaching, 45% research, 10% service.  

The teaching professor position includes up to 36 weeks of clinical service per year. Independent classroom, clinical and laboratory instruction as well as community and educational outreach efforts specific to their academic or clinical discipline. In addition, instructional design and development or enhancement of academic content using instructional technology, participating in curriculum development and other activities related to teaching, dissemination of teaching methods and practice of small animal emergency and critical care medicine are expected. Excellence in mentoring of clinical skills for residents and interns is expected. Involvement or mentorship of clinical research projects conducted by residents is encouraged, but not required. 

Living in Madison, Wisconsin 

Enjoy all four seasons in a diverse, politically active, and inclusive community. Madison, WI is both a state capital and a Big Ten campus with many enthusiastic sports fans. The campus and downtown area boasts many gorgeous views of two lakes: https://news.wisc.edu/best-views-on-and-around-uw-madisons-campus/. During the summer and fall, the capital square hosts one of the largest farmer's markets in the country.  

Read more to find out why Madison is ranked #3 of the "Top 100 Best Places to Live": https://livability.com/list/top-100-best-places-to-live/2020/10 

https://www.visitmadison.com/  

Additional links regarding our hospital and campus: 

UW-Madison SVM Website: https://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/   

UW Veterinary Care Website: https://uwveterinarycare.wisc.edu/   

University of Wisconsin Website: https://www.wisc.edu/   

Any interested individuals are welcome to reach out to ECC faculty members with questions using the contact information listed below: 

Applications will be accepted until August 15, 2021, or until the position is filled. 



Job Information

  • Job ID: 58147871
  • Location:
    Madison, Wisconsin, United States
  • Position Title: Clinical Track, Tenure Track, or Teaching Professor
  • Company Name: Medical Sciences
  • Job Function: Other

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