Assistant/Associate Professor in Anatomic Veterinary Pathology, Department of Pathobiology, SVM

The St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine invites applicants for a full-time non-tenure track, faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor in Anatomic Veterinary Pathology in the Department of Pathobiology.

The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the anatomic pathology service, teach in the professional and graduate curriculum, and contribute to the research mission of the School. Research areas of emphasis at SGUSVM include:  vectorborne disease, zoonotic disease and public health, aquatic animal health, parasitology, and clinical sciences. Experience and interest in wildlife diagnostic pathology and research is preferred.

The candidate is expected to provide administrative oversight to the diagnostic necropsy service and associated staff personnel.  The necropsy service at SGUSVM provides diagnostic service and support to the Grenadian Ministry of Agriculture, the Grenada SPCA, the SGU Small Animal Clinic, the SGU Large Animal Resource Facility, and local veterinary practitioners.  The caseload is approximately, 60% canine, 10% feline, 10% wildlife, 10% small ruminant, and 10% other.  Dedication to outstanding service, client communication, and wildlife research are highly desired in this regard.

Minimum requirements include a DVM or equivalent, and ACVP or ECVP board certification or eligibility.  Two or more years of post-residency experience in diagnostic anatomic pathology and a PhD are preferred. Desired qualifications include a record of research scholarship, excellence in didactic lecture and interactive small group instruction, excellent written and interpersonal skills, and experience with molecular techniques.

St. George’s University is an international university located on the Caribbean island of Grenada.

The School of Veterinary Medicine is part of a rapidly growing internationally renowned AVMA-accredited university located on the beautiful English-speaking Caribbean island of Grenada (West-Indies). The program offers three years of didactic coursework in basic sciences and introductory clinical work in Grenada, followed by a fourth year of clinical training at  affiliated veterinary schools in the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and Australia.

Starting salary and appointment will be commensurate with professional and academic credentials and experience.

To submit an application: Application

Review of applications: November 1, 2017

Closing date: Until position is filled.

For further enquiries regarding this position, please contact:

Dr. Melinda J. Wilkerson

Chair, Department, Pathobiology, School of Veterinary Medicine