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Reproduction Veterinarian / Intern

The Department of Equine Sciences is looking for an enthusiastic young veterinarian with an interest and, preferably, some experience in equine reproduction. The ideal candidate is motivated to develop skills and build up experience in ...

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Arbeidsvoorwaarden

Standplaats:
Domplein, Utrecht, Utrecht
Dienstverband:
Tijdelijk contract / Tijdelijke opdracht
Uren per week:
38 - 40 uur
Salarisindicatie:
€ 2588 - € 2588 per maand
Opleidingsniveau:
WO

Functieomschrijving

The Department of Equine Sciences is looking for an enthusiastic young veterinarian with an interest and, preferably, some experience in equine reproduction. The ideal candidate is motivated to develop skills and build up experience in the field of equine reproduction. Some experience in (equine) veterinary practice is an advantage, but not essential. The candidate will work at the Equine Reproduction unit, and will devote most of his/her working hours to patient care and the related patient-oriented teaching and administration. He or she will provide regular, but not extensive, clinical education in the Master’s phase of the veterinary program. If necessary and after an appropriate acclimatization period, he/she will assist with evening, night and weekend duties.

Functie-eisen

You are a veterinarian with a demonstrable interest in equine reproduction, a strong motivation and a positive attitude. The University Equine Clinic (UKP) strives for quality, customer service and efficiency, and the successful candidate will whole heartedly embrace these priorities. You are able to work in a team, and possess good communication skills.

Conditions

We offer a temporary contract for the period of one year. Dependent on good performance, motivation and the future needs of the group the possibility may arise for the candidate to continue his/her development in the form of a residency in equine reproduction (with registration via either the European College of Animal Reproduction and/or the American College of Theriogenologists).

The salary is € 2,588 gross per month for a full-time contract, depending partly on previous experience (scale 10, step 0, CLA Netherlands Universities). You will also receive an 8% holiday allowance, and an 8.3% end-of-year bonus.

Utrecht University also has an attractive package of employment benefits, which help maintain a good balance between work and private life (including a generous entitlement to (paid) leave), opportunities for development and an excellent pension plan. For more information, see: Working at Utrecht University.

Additional information

Are you interested, or would you like more information? If so, please feel free to contact Prof. T.A.E. (Tom) Stout via t.a.e.stout@uu.nl or 030 253 1350.

Please do NOT send your application in a reply to this e-mail address.

Bedrijfsomschrijving

A better future for everyone. That is the ambition that motivates our scientists in their ground-breaking research and in their inspiring education. At Utrecht University colleagues from a wide range of disciplines work together intensively to study issues of importance to society. The University’s focus lies in the fields of Dynamics of Youth, Institutions for Open Societies, Life Sciences and Sustainability.

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is the only veterinary school in the Netherlands. Our researchers work on innovative, scientific research within the themes of One Health, One Medicine and Veterinary Biomedicine. The faculty also provides specialist clinical care via the largest academic veterinary hospital in Europe: the Utrecht University Veterinary Centre. Attention to sickness, healthcare and welfare in animals and to the suitability of their environment are the foundations on which our faculty’s three pillars of education, research and patient care are built. The faculty has around 1,500 students and 900 staff members.

The faculty’s Department of Equine Health employs more than 60 people, of which more than half are veterinarians. The University Equine Clinic (UKP, a part of the department) has ambitious plans for the future, based around the development of excellent patient care and increasing customer satisfaction.