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Req No. 2017-1782 Location US-WA-Everett Category Veterinary Type Regular Full-Time
SNBL USA is renowned for its diverse range of safety assessment services and NHP expertise. Our enthusiasm for customized services that focus on the needs of our clients positions us as the uncommon CRO: uncommonly accessible, flexible and responsive. Located just north of Seattle, WA, our team of experts in Toxicology, Pathology, Exploratory Research and Bioanalysis make the client relationship a top priority. We believe the experience is as important as the science that drives it. We believe a better future is possible for everyone and we're using our nonclinical proficiency to support medical science advancements that will lead to pharmaceutical cures. Want to be a part of a dynamic team that provides continuous professional development opportunities? Work for SNBL USA and set your future in motion.
The Clinical Veterinarian will examine, diagnose and treat laboratory animals at SNBL USA Everett, WA, to ensure the health of animals used in scientific research, comply with regulations governing their humane and ethical treatment, and competently perform all tasks relating to caring for animals in a clinical setting.
Provide routine and/or specialized veterinary medical, dental, imaging, and surgical services for various laboratory animal species such as nonhuman primates (NHPs), rodents, rabbits, and canines on site
Team oriented approach and professional leadership in the resolution of complex medical cases, expertise in routine husbandry and care of laboratory animal species and continuous efforts toward improvements upon current practices
Collaborate with study directors in providing sound scientific and medical advice in support of study designs and objectives
Assist in maintaining compliance with Federal regulations governing the humane care and use of laboratory animals
Assist in the development, review, revision and implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) relating to animal issues
Assist the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee, with responsibilities including; reviewing protocols, animal colony issues, management issues and consultations
Ensure preventive health program execution, quarantine programs, review of vendor health records and oversight of colony animal's preventative health/medical care
Build business experience in laboratory animal science through client interaction
Collaborate with other staff across departments in maintenance of AAALAC accreditation and ensuring continued compliance with these standards
May serve as the Attending Veterinarian based on qualifications and experience
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
3+ years experience in Laboratory Animal Medicine, including experience with NHPs, rodents, rabbits and canines
A State License in Veterinary Medicine is required and must acquire licensure in state of Washington within one year of employment
Has a current USDA Accreditation to sign health certificate or will be accredited within one year of employment
Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions; the ability to write routine reports and correspondence; and the ability to speak effectively with clients and staff
Preferred experience serving on and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Preferred experience working in a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) environment