LMU is an enterprising private university with a long-established reputation for excellence in health sciences education, including the DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, along with faculties of nursing, allied health sciences and veterinary technology.
The LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is establishing a foundation team of outstanding, visionary faculty and staff who are collaborating in designing and implementing an outstanding veterinary academic program.
The CVM is diligently committed to compliance with all of the standards of accreditation of the Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association for the award of the DVM professional degree.
We are currently seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:
The Public Health/One Health Faculty at the Center for Animal & Human Health in Appalachia will work to coordinate and expand the work of Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine. The faculty member will research different public and animal health trends, risks, and hazards throughout Appalachia, and provide these findings to various public health professionals at the University, county, state, and federal level. The work of the faculty member will help identify opportunities for outreach and service with direct benefit to the region. The faculty will also provide graduate classroom instruction to students in the Master of Science program on topics related to scientific research design and analysis methods for public health.
The Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine for the Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine, Center for Innovation in Veterinary Education and Technology (CIVET) is responsible for contributing to the research, development, delivery and validation of small and large animal clinical skills content. This includes teaching medical and surgical skills, developing veterinary medical educational resources, developing models and innovative instructional methods; and performing validation research. The Candidate will work directly with the Director of CIVET, the Director of Small Animal Clinical Skills, and the Director of Large Animal Clinical Skills.
The Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine will seek to advance the mission of the University in small animal internal medicine programs of study. The faculty member shall assist in the coordination of each small animal internal medicine program of study in consultation with the CVM dean and associate/assistant deans and will assist in the implementation of the plans and decisions of the University.
The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs manages and overseas curriculum development, curriculum delivery, faculty affairs and development, veterinary student affairs and assessment for the CVM. The Associate Dean will work in conjunction with the Dean to ensure that the colleges vision, strategic direction, and priorities are implemented effectively.
The Adjunct Instructor may be assigned to prepare and deliver lecture(s), facilitate labs, and/or support clinical education.
The Administrative Assistant for Special Projects II shall provide office support and perform duties as directed by the CVM Chief Operating Officer. This Administrative Assistant will assist in the creating, editing, maintaining and publicizing of school-wide and project social media accounts; designing, editing and maintaining the LMU-CVM website, event planning, serving as the liaison between the CVM and the Marketing/PR office.
The Small Animal Veterinary Technician works within the scope and guidelines of SACS and AVMA accrediting bodies as well as OSHA and USDA. This person will work closely with students and designated faculty and will assist in the supervision of lab and clinical activities for assigned courses and educational activities under the direction of the designated faculty. Preparation of these laboratories might include organization of resources including faculty, animals, student groups, equipment for laboratory, and consumables for laboratories. The Small Animal Veterinary Technician will be required to aid in set up labs, and properly clean, inventory and replace equipment.
The Surgery Technician is responsible for meeting the day to day requirements of all facilities, functions, and laboratory supplies that fall under the supervision of the CVM Surgery Program and CVM Spay/Neuter Program. This person will assist in the supervision of lab and clinical activities for assigned surgery courses and educational activities under the direction of the designated faculty. Preparation of these laboratories might include organization of resources including: faculty, animals, student groups, equipment for laboratory, medications, DEA controlled drugs, and consumables. The Surgery Technician will have direct responsibility in planning labs and oversight of equipment inventory.
To view all open positions at Lincoln Memorial University please visit: LMU Faculty/Staff Job Openings