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Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation ACVSMR Residency, Veterinary Orthopedic and Sports Medicine (VOSM) Group, Annapolis Junction, Maryland

VOSM invites applicants for an ACVSMR Resident under the guidance of our ACVSMR diplomates with the support of our board-certified veterinary surgeons. This program is directed toward applicants who have successfully completed a small animal rotating internship. While the residency program places a strong emphasis on didactic training (rounds, journal club, book club, rehabilitation rounds), it also provides ample support for clinical research and publication. Part of our requirements for the residency program includes writing and publishing two peer reviewed articles on a self-chosen topic. The ACVSMR Residency program at VOSM also has strong support for out-rotations at local universities and a local human sports medicine and regenerative medicine center to fulfill the 20 weeks of immersion required in diagnostic imaging, surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and pain management. If you are interested in applying, please visit the Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program (VIRMP) site, For more information and questions, please contact Alyse Carter,
Post 12/14/18-3/14/19.


Small Animal ACVSMR Residency Position, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado

Colorado State University is offering a residency position to qualified DVMs seeking greater exposure to and expertise in the discipline of sports medicine and rehabilitation. The successful candidate must have completed, or be currently receiving training in a rotating small animal internship or equivalent. Duties of the small animal sports medicine and rehabilitation resident will include supervised clinical assignments, research, and DVM student teaching. Participation in weekly case presentations, journal clubs and daily case rounds will be expected. For successful completion of the residency program, two publications in the area of rehabilitation/sports medicine are required. The resident will be expected to present their research at a major conference (travel funding provided). Residency training will follow the guidelines of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation and emphasize completion of requirements for successful submission of certifying credentials. Further details can be found here. Please email Dr. Duerr with questions about the program.
Post 11/19/18-2/19/19.



Full or Part-time Associate, Mobile Equine Practice in Northern California

Come do great work! Bring your high standard-of-care, willingness to learn, and a sense of humor. This 5 year-old ambulatory practice emphasizes sports medicine but also provides general care and on-call services; the owner is DipACVS/ACVSMR. Applicants should be independent, enthusiastic, and good communicators. Applicants must be graduates of AVMA-accredited schools and have a CA state license. The position begins January 2019 and is located in the East San Francisco Bay Area. Check out our website at Please send resume and cover letter to to apply.
Post 12/14/18-3/14/19.


Relief Equine Vet, Northern California

Relief equine vet wanted for 1-3 month period of employment in an ambulatory practice in the beautiful Bay Area. Come work Fri-Sat-Sun and then go hiking in the redwoods or see the sites of San Francisco for the rest of the week. Also a good position for individuals studying for specialty board exams. Shifts and scheduling are flexible, from 3-5 days per week with on-call duties. Work with/for a supportive ACVSMR colleague, with mentorship available if desired. This position could develop into a permanent position. Please send cover letter and resume to to apply.
Post 12/14/18-3/14/19.


Small Animal Surgeon, Hometown Veterinary Hospital & River Canine Rehabilitation, Springfield, Missouri

Seeking board-certified or residency-trained Surgeon to join our thriving, locally-owned veterinary hospital and rehabilitation facility in Springfield, Missouri. We offer: Competitive compensation, Sign-on bonus, Moving expense stipend, Health insurance, State-of-the-art surgical suites, In-house rehabilitation, including hyperbaric chamber, An engaged, experienced staff, No weekends or after-hours. We offer a great work-life balance in beautiful southwest Missouri. We’re a practice that chooses to be positive, doesn’t cut corners, and provides exceptional veterinary care. If you have great surgical and communication skills and are interested in joining our team, we’d like to talk. Send cover letter and resume to Kara Amstutz at
Post 12/6/18-3/6/19.


ACVSMR Board Certified or Residency Trained Clinician

MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets is currently seeking a sports medicine / rehabilitation specialist to join the MedVet Rehabilitation Team at our emergency and multispecialty hospitals in both Chicago, IL and Commerce, MI. We are seeking individuals that are team oriented and have excellent communication skills with fellow colleagues, clients, and the referral community. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast paced environment with a diverse caseload and enjoys collaborating with other specialists for best possible patient outcomes. Please visit our website at CV and letter of intent may be submitted to: Barbara A. Lightner DVM, DACVS, Director, Medical Talent Acquisition,, Direct 614-506-6288.
Post 12/6/18-3/6/19.


Open Rank Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Veterinary Physiology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma

The Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, Oklahoma State University ( is seeking applications for a tenure track position in Veterinary Physiology. Minimum qualification is a PhD, with DVM preferred. Responsibilities of the position will encompass research, teaching of systems physiology to professional and graduate students, and committee service which will not exceed 10% of the individual’s effort. Comparative exercise physiology is a focus area of the department, with extensive infrastructure for research and teaching in the field of veterinary sports medicine. To ensure full consideration, applications should be submitted by January 15, 2019 on the OSU Jobs website:
Post 12/5/18-3/5/19.


Faculty Position in Field Service - Equine Emphasis, Academic Clinician Track, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

The School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Clinical Studies - New Bolton Center invites applications for a faculty position in Field Service - Equine Emphasis, Academic Clinician Track. Interested candidates should access the website at Questions may be directed to Dr. Meagan Smith at Deadline for application is December 21, 2018 or until position is filled. The University of Pennsylvania is an EOE. Minorities/Women/Individuals with disabilities/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Post 11/29/18-3/1/19.


Veterinarian with CCRT or CCRP Certification, Orange Park, Florida

BluePearl of Orange Park, FL (outside Jacksonville) is seeking a FT licensed veterinarian with CCRT or CCRP certification. We are looking for a highly motivated, team-oriented therapist who will continue to grow our rehabilitation department and work with our skilled specialty team that includes a certified rehabilitation technician. Expectations include diagnosing and managing individualized treatment plans, communicating directly with referring veterinarians, in-house surgeons and neurologists. Our rehabilitation department is equipped with therapeutic ultrasound, therapeutic laser, land treadmill, underwater treadmill and other rehabilitation modalities. Our compassion team has Internal medicine, oncology, dermatology and ophthalmology readily available. Contact: Sonja Olson –
Post 10/18/18-1/18/19.


Assistant/Associate Professor of Equine Medicine (Field Service), Davis, California

The Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of California-Davis is recruiting for two Assistant/Associate Professors in Equine Medicine (Field Service). The complete position description and application can be found online at Applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of four professional references, 4) an equity and diversity statement and 5) Authorization to Release Information Form. Please direct inquires to the search committee chair, Dr. Johanna Watson ( The University of California is an AA/EEO.
Post 9/6/18-12/6/18.






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