Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging Residency Position
University of Liège, Belgium
The Department of Clinical Sciences (Diagnostic Imaging Section) of the University of Liège, Belgium is opening a position for a 3-year ECVDI residency (Small Animal Track), starting October 1, 2019.
Pre-requirements are the completion of a one-year rotating internship or an equivalent practical experience. Knowledge of spoken French is required in order to interact with students or an intensive language course should be followed. A good English knowledge is required.
The team is composed of 4 ECVDI diplomates, 1 senior clinician, 2 residents (1 small animal and 1 large animal), a diagnostic imaging intern and 2 technicians. The Diagnostic Imaging Section is equipped with DR, ultrasound, CT scan (64 slices), 1.5 T MRI and a Standing Equine MRI unit (Hallmarq).
The resident participates in everyday clinical activity (mainly in small animal but also in large animal imaging) and has regular (1/3-4 weeks) on-call rotations for night and week-end duties. She/he will be actively involved in clinical teaching to the students of the 2 last clinical years.
The candidate should have enough self-awareness and good interpersonal skills, be a strong team player and sound communicator. She/he should be willing to accept feedback and make adjustments when needed, wish to operate in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment and have the ability to cope with change and accept responsibilities.
The candidate may continue in a PhD program after the residency.
Deadline for application is June 9, 2019.
Application should include a letter of intent, 2 letters of recommendation and a curriculum vitae. After a preliminary selection, the candidates will be asked to come for an interview (end of June).
For further information regarding the residency program, please contact Valeria Busoni, Residency Program Director, email email@example.com or alternatively by telephone +3243664341.
Please send your application to:
Département Clinique des Animaux de Compagnie et Equidés
Faculté de Médecine Vétérinaire
Université de Liège
Quartier Vallée 2
Avenue de Cureghem, 3