1. JOB DESCRIPTION
The Chief Veterinarian provides professional veterinary services, including both surgical and medical diagnostics and treatment, as required to small animals and horses.
Provides clinical and surgical veterinary services as detailed for a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Perform these services in conjunction with other veterinarians according to established roster and emergency on-call rotation.
Carries out and amends established procedures for professional veterinary services concerned with animal treatment, vaccination and record maintenance.
Maintains standards of proper professional veterinary practice.
Provides consultation and advice for other veterinarians.
The Chief Veterinarian provides supervision of all Veterinary Services and directs administrative activities of the clinics.
Shall be responsible for the effectiveness of all veterinarian services provided.
Proposes recommendations for innovations in equipment, materials and techniques within the clinic.
Participates in and contributes to a quality assurance program.
Provides effective communication with community organizations that requires information and assistance on matters of animal control or health.
Oversees boarding and grooming services through the function of the Boarding Coordinator.
Maintains continuing education program for professional staff.
Provides training for clinical staff.
The Chief Veterinarian directs and supervises animal control and rabies prevention programs in agreement with the partner client approved medical practices.
Veterinary science degree from a recognized university of veterinary science in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa.
Current valid license to practice veterinary medicine in their country of origin, as specified above.
Current valid license, or eligibility to obtain a valid license, to practice in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ideally five (5) years’ experience in general veterinary disciplines, both surgical and medical.
Documented postgraduate or Continuing Education Credits.
Experience in equine medicine and surgery.
Extensive experience in small animal veterinary medicine and surgery is required.
Fluency in oral and written English.
Current inoculations for both tetanus and rabies
If you wish to apply send a CV through the link with a mention of when you will be available for a registration call.
For a confidential discussion about our opportunities call Michaella on 07562615737 or email a CV no michaella@lloydandcowan
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