LAM Clinical Veterinarian 

Do you want to contribute to Human and Animal Health outcomes through Clinical Practice and Animal Welfare?

We are seeking a Clinical Veterinarian to join our dynamic team supporting lifesaving clinical treatments in laboratory animal medicine! This position works as part of our Animal Clinical Services team. This role will focus on providing veterinary health care for laboratory animals and advice regarding the care and maintenance of laboratory animals. This responsibility extends to promoting animal well-being at all times and during all phases of the animal’s life as well as the animal models’ compliance monitoring, quality management, and safety. The person in this role must be an excellent communicator, a proactive problem-solver, and excellent follow-through. We seek someone who shows attention to detail, has excellent time management skills, effectively uses time and resources, and has a teamwork mentality and positive attitude.

Our AALAC-accredited GLP facility conducts biomedical research in Ophthalmology, Cell and Gene therapy, Medical Devices, Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic studies.


On a typical day, the Veterinarian will contribute to the goal of the team by:

  • Assuring timely and accurate reporting of animal health, behavior, and well-being issues to the Attending Veterinarian (AV) and between the Institutional Official (IO) and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
  • Providing veterinary guidance to animal caretakers, managers, scientists, and other stakeholders within the organization on implementing the three Rs.
  • Engendering and supporting a “Culture of Care” within the organization while promoting and demonstrating professional standards.
  • Providing veterinary clinical services, including herd health, biosecurity practices, acclimation, conditioning, sanitation practices, pest control program, adventitious organism prevention, detection, containment, and eradication, as well as surgery, anesthesia, and analgesia as needed.
  • Providing veterinary expertise and guidance for customers and other stakeholders regarding animal transportation, procurement, nutrition, necropsy, behavior, drug storage, preventative medicine, and animal health and welfare.
  • Providing expertise and practical guidance concerning animal health monitoring programs.
  • Contributing veterinary scientific expertise for education and training programs for animal care employees, supervisors, managers, and other organizational stakeholders.
  • Providing veterinary oversite, expertise, and coverage as indicated for the surgical facilities, including developing new surgical models and providing guidance on current best practices in surgical procedures and anesthesia as assigned.
  • Providing input regarding maintaining relevant local, state, and federal veterinary and animal-related regulatory compliance.
  • Promoting and complying with the organization’s quality and health and safety procedures.


To be successful in this role, this position requires that the Veterinarian brings:

  • Veterinary degree
  • Obtaining and maintaining state veterinary licensure, DEA, and federal accreditation (category 2) through continuing education credits
  • Sufficient time in private practice or laboratory animal medicine to gain competency in veterinary herd health, clinical medicine, and surgery skills
  • Experience carrying out audits or inspections preferred
  • Fluent in English, spoken and writing

Offering benefits include:

  • Paid holidays
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Flexible spending account
  • 401(k)
  • Paid time to attend industry-specific conferences to obtain CEU (continuing education units) virtually or in-person
  • State Veterinary Licensing reimbursement
  • DEA license reimbursement 

This role is a full-time permanent, onsite required role.

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