Diplomate of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University is the only such institute in the Netherlands. It carries an excellent worldwide reputation for teaching, research and patient care and has been accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO), the European Committee of Veterinary Education (ECOVE), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA). Further information about the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine can be obtained from our website www.diergeneeskunde.nl.  For general information of Utrecht University please visit www.uu.nl.

The Division of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging has a vacancy for a

Diplomate of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
(Dipl. ECVDI/ACVR)

Job description: You will join an energetic and collegiate team consisting of board-certified radiologists, residents and a highly trained and capable technical staff. The applicant will be an important member of this team and will contribute significantly to the clinical service and related education for residents and students, including radiography, ultrasonography, CT, MR, nuclear medicine and fluoroscopy. Approximately 9000 imaging procedures are performed on companion animals and horses annually. The Division of Diagnostic Imaging is situated between the Department of Companion Animals and the Department of Equine Sciences which facilitates efficient communication with specialists in other disciplines.

The appointee will play an important role in future development of the diagnostic imaging service while continuous efforts will be made to ensure a proper work/life balance.

Exciting collaborative opportunities exist in cutting-edge research, particularly within the faculty research programmes of "Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells and Cancer" and "Applied Veterinary Research".

Dutch language skills are not required immediately since we are used to international staff.

We are seeking a diplomate of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (dipl. ECVDI/ACVR) who seeks an academic career. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated team player with outstanding communication skills. The candidate will be involved in the diagnostic imaging of referred clinical cases and provide a high quality service to clients and referring veterinarians. Since we are an academic veterinary centre, the appointee will additionally be involved in the training of residents and veterinary students. Off-clinics time and enrolment in research can be discussed as part of this academic job.

We are offering a full-time post but we are also open to a part-time appointment. Remuneration and terms of employment are negotiable and will depend on experience and qualification. An additional fee for working on irregular duty hours will be included. A holiday bonus (8%) and an end-of-year bonus (8.3%) are included in the package. We also offer a good pension plan, partially paid parental leave and flexible terms of employment.

If you are interested in this position please contact dr. Stefanie Veraa (team leader) or prof. Marianne Sloet (head of the Division of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging) for further information ( s.veraa@uu.nl, m.sloet@uu.nl or private phone number +31 30 2250485).

How to apply: Please e-mail your letter of application outlining your motivation for applying for this position to m.sloet@uu.nl

The position will remain open until the position is fulfilled.

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