Responsible for providing leadership for the hospital, coordinating with associate veterinarians/ certified veterinary technicians and kennel staff and assuring regulatory compliance relating to the practice of veterinary medicine.
Oversees surgical and medical cases, insuring positive outcomes, and faculty/staff communication.
Maintains and improves quality of medical and surgical procedures.
Answers faculty/staff/ student questions and concerns regarding medical and surgical procedures.
Oversight and direction of medical standards and quality of care.
Establishment of medical protocols.
Recommendation and oversight of hospital inventory including but not limited to control drugs.
This position includes a $13,000 stipend that will paid at the end of each semester ($5,000 Fall - $5,000 Spring - $3,000 Summer).
Teaching experience preferred. Related work experience preferred for technical programs.
Managerial principles and practices
Academic program requirements
Customer service principles
Presentation principles and practices
Diverse populations and cultures
Computers and related software applications
Experience in online instruction or technology enhanced instruction
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Using a computer and related software applications
Fosters academic excellence in teaching and learning
Supports the community college philosophy through commitment to success of students with diverse goals, backgrounds and learning styles
Instructs students in accordance with college policies, procedures and approved curricula
Uses out-of-class duty hours effectively for class preparation, assisting students and participating in department/college activities
Serves the college through any of the following: (a) committee membership, (b) curriculum development, (c) development of innovative instruction, (d) sponsorship of student organizations, (e) representation of the college in professionally related community activities, and (f) special projects
Supports college extracurricular functions
Maintains currency in teaching field(s) through professional development and scholarly activities
Demonstrates a professional, cooperative and considerate attitude toward students, colleagues and staff
St. Petersburg College is located in St. Petersburg, Florida, in the heart of the Tampa Bay area. Surrounded by 234 miles of shoreline, the city of St. Petersburg has more than 130 parks, outstanding recreational facilities, dynamic historical neighborhoods, reputable schools and thriving small, mid-size and large businesses providing a healthy, fast-growing economy for all its residents.
St. Petersburg College provides accessible, open door, learner-centered education for students within Pinellas County and globally, in program areas in which the college has special expertise. It was Florida's first two-year college (founded in 1927) as well as the state's first community college to offer four-year degrees (2002). Today, SPC is a state college and serves as a model for incorporating bachelor's degree programs into traditional two-year institutions.
As a comprehensive multi-campus state college, SPC seeks to be a creative leader and partner with students, communities and other educational institutions to deliver enriched learning experiences and promote economic development.