Serves as Faculty and DVM for Parkland College's Veterinary Technology Program. Coordinates acquisition, disposition, care, and use of the live animals for the Veterinary Technology Program.
Tenure-Track Faculty teach a full-time load as per the Parkland Academic Employees (PAE) bargaining agreement. They advise and mentor students, and participate in governance of their departments and the college.
Compensation is dependent upon qualifications.
Minimum Requirements: -Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris (VMD) degree from an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited program and licensed as a veterinarian in Illinois, or eligible for licensure within six (6) months of employment. -Knowledge and diversified work experience including three (3) years of private practice experience working in a progressive veterinary team that includes one or more certified veterinary technicians. -Experience working with live animals in a variety of species within the last three (3) years. -Must pass a criminal background check and drug test. -Maintains all professional credentials required to teach in area of discipline; meet essential qualifications to teach lecture and lab. -Ability to learn the Parkland information system and new programs as technology changes.
Parkland College is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
About Parkland College
One of the largest employers in our area, Parkland College boasts dedicated faculty and staff who are united in their passion to serving students. In addition to competitive salaries and robust benefits, you will enjoy the support, commitment to professional development, and collegial relationships that you will find here.
Parkland College is a fully accredited, public community college established to serve the needs of District 505, the third largest community college district in Illinois. Our college is a center for educational opportunity and community enrichment in east central Illinois and has earned a national reputation for its excellent academic standards, innovative programs, and quality instruction.
At Parkland we celebrate the diversity in both our community and our world. Our goal is to recognize, promote, utilize, and educate one another regarding the unique qualities and shared humanity of our people and cultures.
Our facilities include:
150+ classrooms and labs
Extensive library collection
FM radio station and educational TV station
Experimental agricultural land laboratory
320-seat performing arts theatre
50-foot dome planetarium (second largest in Illinois)
Child Development Center