Veterinary Technology Internship Coordinator
Job category: Education
Job Type: Full Time
Delhi, New York
Established in 1961, the Veterinary Technology Program at The State University of New York – Delhi was the first of its type in the United States. Since its inception, it has developed into a dynamic, nationally recognized program, fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). The Veterinary Science Department has extensive laboratory facilities, a versatile faculty and staff, and a hands-on curriculum providing on-site experience with companion, laboratory, farm and other animals.
The Veterinary Technology department is seeking to hire a Veterinary Technology Internship Coordinator. The Coordinator will support the academic and professional development of students in the AAS and BS programs.
Under the supervision of the Dean, the Veterinary Technology Internship Coordinator uses independent analysis and judgement to develop, coordinate, and supervise complex and varied administrative tasks in order to provide exemplary applied learning opportunities to the Veterinary Technician AAS and BS programs. The position encompasses two distinct areas of responsibility; preceptorship (AAS) and internship (BS) development and coordination, and assistance with courses associated with these applied learning opportunities.
Duties will include:
- Work collaboratively with faculty and the Coordinator of Applied Learning to develop policy and maintain criteria for ensuring the academic quality and integrity of internships
- Work directly with SUNY Delhi’s Coordinator of Applied Learning using college-wide standards, practices and policies and assist with evaluation and assessment of applied learning in veterinary science
- Compiling and maintaining a database of external partners (veterinary practices, research institutions, zoos, government agencies, etc.) for AAS preceptorships and BS internships locations for students to use when looking for sites and for purpose of tracking
- Develop and revise Veterinary Science internship policies and procedures
- Develop a veterinary science internship manual and promotional material and updates as needed
- Identify, develop and monitor current internship sites
- Conduct initial site visits (in conjunction with appropriate faculty) to evaluate appropriateness and relevance of internships for students
- Ensure site compliance as far as established criteria and SLO’s
- Assist primary instructor for VETS 198, 183, 203 and 450 courses and will be responsible for collection of data from VETS 183, 203 and 450 for courses for assessment
- Assisting students with internship preparation through the development and delivery of concentrated development seminars including resume writing, interviewing techniques, and organizational research, etc.
- Assisting with applied learning marketing, including website updates, writing for publications, and social media for the Veterinary Science Department
- Assisting with reports pertaining to applied learning to be utilized in assessment of internship effectiveness for AVMA accreditation, program reviews and grant applications
- Serve on the Applied Learning Committee and other campus committees as directed by Dean
- Associate’s degree or higher in a related field
- Three or more years of relevant experience
- Demonstrated interest and understanding of applied learning
- Ability to work independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
- Must have superior interpersonal skills with a demonstrated commitment to cultural diversity
- Strong time management and organizational skills
- Must exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills with faculty, staff, students, and community partners
- Proficiency with windows environment including word processing, knowledge or database programs
- Must be a self-starter and possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Demonstrated understanding of program marketing, including ability to use social media, complete basic website updates, etc.
- Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and obtain a NY license within 30 days of hire
*Note- The professional obligation for this position requires the employee be available during normal business hours and occasional evenings and weekends.
- Current licensed veterinary technician or certified veterinary professional (LVT, CVT, RVT, CVPM, etc.) with ability to be licensed in NY within 6 months of employment
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related field
- Five or more years of relevant experience, including teaching at college level, assessment of student outcomes, and/or academic advisement
- Experience working with and administering grants
- Start date: January 7, 2019
- Work schedule: 12-months, Full-time, Monday – Friday, with occasional evenings and weekends
- Salary: $41,700
- Reports to: Dean
- Budget Title: Staff Assistant-SL2
- This position offers full New York State UUP (PT), benefits which are among the most comprehensive in the country with an excellent fringe benefits package
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To apply, please submit:
- Letter of interest
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Contact information for three professional references
Review of applications will begin immediately. Apply by October 15, 2018 for full consideration.
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