LMU is an enterprising private university with a long-established reputation for excellence in health sciences education, including the DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, along with faculties of nursing, allied health sciences and veterinary technology.
The LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is establishing a foundation team of outstanding, visionary faculty and staff who are collaborating in designing and implementing an outstanding veterinary academic program.
The CVM is diligently committed to compliance with all of the standards of accreditation of the Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association for the award of the DVM professional degree.
We are currently seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:
The Associate Dean of Clinical Relations & Outreach will be directly responsible for leading the LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Relations and Outreach department. The Associate Dean will enrich and develop special projects and external relationships. Additionally, they will serve as a faculty member for Professional Skills & Practice Management course.
The Center for Innovation in Veterinary Education and Training (CIVET) was established by the vanguard thinkers at Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM) to incite and support the dynamic improvement of veterinary education. CIVET is a diverse group that includes researchers investigating novel veterinary educational methods, disruptors of traditional didactic lectures, creators of models for clinical skill simulations and assessments, and front-line clinical educators. These CIVET investigators of change aim to find and share creative solutions to the modern challenges of delivering veterinary education. The post-graduate fellowship in veterinary medical education and teaching is designed to provide advanced training in the field of veterinary medical education. The fellow’s role will include participation in clinical instruction of veterinary students using models, cadavers, and live animals of both small and large animal species; development of innovative instructional methods and resources including clinical skills training models; and planning and completing educational research. The fellow will work directly with the Director of the Center for Innovation in Veterinary Education and Training, the Director of Small Animal Clinical Skills, and the Director of Large Animal Clinical Skills.
The Coordinator of Veterinary Simulation and Communications Program for the Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is responsible for creating, developing, assessing and delivering communication and professional skills course content including course content and simulated client encounters throughout the first three years of the professional curriculum to veterinary professional students, and in developing and supervising continuing education coursework to the veterinary community through LMU-CVM CE events, for leading, training and managing faculty and staff in communications exam labs and the Standardized Patient (SP)/Client Programs, for developing, delivering, collecting and interpreting outcomes assessment data on student and SP performance and assigning student grades, for developing, delivering and training on case study simulation lab encounters, leading efforts to continuously analyze, improve and refine professional skills, for leading OSCE communication assessments each semester. Develop and publish in partnership with CVM faculty research related to veterinary communication training for publication in peer reviewed journal. Supervises the best in class LMU-CVM signature program in veterinary student communication and professional skills training.
The Large Animal Veterinary Technician will be working within the scope and guidelines of SACS and AVMA accrediting bodies as well as OSHA and USDA. This person works closely with students and designated faculty and will assist in the supervision of lab and clinical activities for assigned courses and educational activities under the direction of the designated faculty. Preparation of these laboratories includes organization of resources, including faculty, animals, student groups, equipment for laboratory, and consumables for laboratories. The Large Animal Veterinary Technician will be required to aid in preparation and set up of labs as well as proper clean up and animal monitoring after lab. In addition, the Large Animal Veterinary Technician will help with record-keeping (animals, inventory, and equipment) and maintenance of material and equipment required for the lab. The Large Animal Veterinary Technician will participate in the handling, maintenance, monitoring, and treatment of the large animals housed at the DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center.
The Administrative Assistant for Special Projects II shall provide office support and perform duties as directed by the CVM Chief Operating Officer. This Administrative Assistant will assist in the creating, editing, maintaining and publicizing of school-wide and project social media accounts; designing, editing and maintaining the LMU-CVM website, event planning, serving as the liaison between the CVM and the Marketing/PR office.
The Necropsy Technician/Student Coordinator reports to the University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Center-Lincoln Memorial University (UKVDL-LMU) Pathologist. The Necropsy Technician will strictly follow the University of Kentucky-Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory’s pathology, necropsy and other relevant standard operation procedures. This person works closely with faculty and staff of UKVDL and the LMU College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM). The Necropsy Technician/Student Coordinator is responsible for assisting the UKVDL–LMU pathologist in necropsy procedures and the instructional activities of senior LMU veterinary students.
To view all open positions at Lincoln Memorial University at this time please visit: LMU Faculty/Staff Job Openings