Oregon State University, Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking temporary clinical assistance in diagnostic imaging. Short- and long-term slots are available through June 2019. This position primarily involves clinical diagnostic imaging services and teaching of veterinary students and house officers. The Imaging specialist will act as attending clinician on the Diagnostic Imaging Service in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital while on duty, including interpreting of radiography, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, MRI, and CT examinations of both large and small animal patients. Required: DVM or comparable degree and successful completion of an ACVR or ECVDI residency program. Must possess diagnostic imaging experience and have excellent communication skills. Preference may be given to those having demonstrated experience and potential in teaching and a demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
The College of Veterinary Medicine provides professional and graduate programs for veterinary students, leading to DVM, MS, and PhD degrees and advanced clinical training in residency programs. The Los Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching hospital at OSU provides primary health care for local animals and referral care for animals throughout the Pacific Northwest, provides training for veterinary and post-graduate students and facilitates the development and evaluation of new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. The small animal facilities are ten years old and areas of the large animal hospital and diagnostic imaging facility were completed or remodeled in 2016.
The Diagnostic Imaging Service is equipped with an advanced ultrasound systems, two smaller mobile ultrasound units, computed radiography (Fuji), digital radiography (Canon), mobile C-arm fluoroscopes (2, GE), nuclear imaging (IS2 gamma camera) with a Mirage workstation and a 64 slice multi-detector CT (Toshiba) with equine table, cardiac capabilities and a designated 3D work station (Vitrea) and a 1Tesla magnetic resonance tomography scanner (GE). Additionally, multiple diagnostic workstations with medical-grade screens and designated DICOM viewer software are available and all images are sent to a designated PACS servers in house and off-site. More information about the Diagnostic Imaging service can be found at http://vetmed.oregonstate.edu/veterinary-diagnostic-imaging