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GBCC Adjunct Faculty - Veterinary Clinical Pathology II

Community College System of New Hampshire
Portsmouth, NH
Closing date
Jun 28, 2024

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Doctors, Pathology
Organization Type
CCSNH has established employer status within the New England states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island). In compliance with CCSNH policies and state regulations, eligibility for employment within CCSNH and its institutions requires residency within a New England state.

Great Bay Community College is seeking qualified applicants who are interested in adjunct teaching at the College on a course-by-course basis; strong academic background is required.

Semester: Spring Semester

Adjunct Faculty: Veterinary Technology

The instructor will be responsible for preparing and teaching two 3-hour labs each week. The lab instructor will work with the instructor for the lecture and the primary instructor for the lab to plan the schedule and content of the labs.

The course covers bacteriology, mycology, virology, endocrinology, cytology, immunology and blood gases.

The instructor must be a licensed veterinarian or a credentialed veterinary technician who has graduated from an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program.

The instructor will communicate with the department chair regularly and follow departmental policies. The instructor will participate in training for essential skill assessment of students following standardized criteria. The instructor will utilize Canvas in their instruction. Training and support is available for Zoom and Canvas.

Course: VETN 221G Veterinary Clinical Pathology II

Adjunct appointments are temporary, for a specified contract period and may require in classroom or online instruction.

The compensation rate is $750-$900 per contact hour [or $47.00-$58.30 per clinical rate per hour if applicable]. Compensation will be determined based on the appointed adjunct faculty rank, which is based on education and industry and/or teaching experience.

The minimum qualifications for the position are as follows:

Education: Associate, Bachelor or Doctorate degree from a regionally accredited college or university in Veterinary Medicine/Technology awarded by an AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) accredited program.

Experience: Three (3) years teaching experience in veterinary science/technology and/or three (3) years industry experience as a credentialed CVT, LVT, or RVT (Certified, Licensed or Registered Veterinary Technician) or as a licensed Veterinarian in a small or mixed animal veterinary hospital.

Licensure: The instructor must be a credentialed veterinary technician who has graduated from an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program, or a licensed veterinarian.

Application Process:

Submit your application online with cover letter, resume/Curriculum Vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and copy of official/unofficial transcripts.

In your cover letter:

* Please list courses you have taught, (if applicable)
* Please list courses you are qualified to teach
* Please include your availability (e.g. days, evenings, weekends, online only)

Please note: Resume's will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application and Employment History Sections that state "see resume" will not be accepted. Resumes will be reviewed on an on-going basis until needs are met and may be kept on file for future openings.

Please contact Deborah Discher, DVM, Veterinary Technology Department Chair at if you have questions about this position.

Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a requisite background check.

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