The Veterinary Technology Program is seeking to hire a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) or equivalent to teach and mentor veterinary technology students. This instructor will provide didactic, laboratory, and clinical instruction in all areas of veterinary technology education according to accreditation standards and guidelines. Program classes are held on the campus of Texas A&M University (CVM campus) and online.
1) Utilize established course syllabi and course materials to deliver lectures or coordinate laboratories based on course objectives and stated student learning outcomes; 2) Attend all assigned class/laboratory/clinical sessions, present course content, and give/receive instructions in classroom, laboratory, and/or clinical setting; 3) Design examinations, quizzes, assignments, teaching laboratories, and projects; construct grading rubrics, grade student tests and projects promptly, and evaluate essential clinical skills as directed by the AVMA; 4) Participate in curriculum development, review, and revision; contribute to admissions decisions; organize and inventory program consumables; and make recommendations for equipment, materials, textbooks, and supplies; 5) Perform effectively and safely the duties of an LVT while supervising/instructing/assisting students in laboratories or clinical settings; 6) Document animal use for appropriate reporting; 7) Participate in professional development related to teaching, instruction, and student learning; 8) Attend program, divisional, and institutional meetings; 9) Work collaboratively with others as part of a team to foster a positive work environment under the direction of the Director of Veterinary Technology; 10) Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
1) Must be a current Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) within the State of Texas, or able to become licensed within three months, with a minimum of an Associate of Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology from an AVMA accredited institution; 2) Have at least 3 years experience in a clinical veterinary setting; 3) Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other faculty, staff, students, and others as required; 4) Demonstrate excellent mathematical abilities as well as excellent written and oral communication skills; 5) Adequately use (or be willing to learn) digital technology for instruction in a variety of settings; 6) Performs other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 2020059F
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