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Come Fuel the Fire of America’s Brightest Orange

Tuesday, August 1 2017

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The flame is growing at Oklahoma State University, home of America’s brightest orange. Come fuel the fire and join Oklahoma State’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

You can make a difference and brand your own program. Whether you want to collaborate on basic science or clinical research or inspire the next generation of OSU Cowboy veterinarians, the opportunities are here. The veterinary center anticipates growth in the areas of farm animal, small animal surgery, cardiology, ophthalmology, emergency and after-hour patient care. Veterinary technician positions in intensive care and surgery are available as well. More positions will be coming in the future.

Committed to its land grant mission of providing education, research and service, the veterinary center is hiring faculty and staff to develop and expand specialty areas to help meet the needs of Oklahoma, the nation and the world.

The veterinary center has a long tradition of excellence. Known for training career-ready veterinarians, Oklahoma State DVM graduates are highly sought after thanks to the center’s dedicated and highly qualified faculty and staff.

People with a burning passion for veterinary medicine are needed. If you are looking for a team-approach environment in an academic setting, we are interested in you! Join Oklahoma State and ride for the brand as we provide a robust environment for training tomorrow’s veterinarians, for researching the latest treatment options for both animals and people, and for providing the highest quality care for our patients and the patients of our referring veterinarians.

Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Daniel J. Burba, head of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, at dburba@okstate.edu. To read in-depth position descriptions or to apply online, visit https://cvhs.okstate.edu/open-positions