Are you a veterinarian looking for adventure, excitement and a new opportunity? We would love for you to check out our “Great” opportunity in Great Falls, Montana! What puts the “Great” in Great Falls, Montana? Well, besides being centrally located in the state, it is known as the Western Art capital of the world. We have ten museums, more than any city in Montana, including a children’s interactive museum, the famous C.M. Russell, and the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Museum. It is also known as the “Electric City” for the hydroelectric dams that are each run by the falls of the mighty Missouri River which runs through our fair town.
There are breathtaking views all around us from the many nature trails where you can walk, jog, hike or bike. The River’s Edge Trail follows the Missouri for 60 miles, connecting historical districts, cultural attractions, and natural areas like Giant Spring State Park. There you’ll find Roe River, the shortest river in the world, as well as one of the largest freshwater springs in the country. If you like the outdoors, we have a wide variety of activities such as skiing, with several ski areas within driving distance, to hunting, fishing, hiking, and much more.
We are lucky to have an Air Force base on the outskirts of town to the east. Malmstrom AFB has been an important part of the community since 1942 and has provided a symbiotic relationship with it’s members bringing more business and integrating into our way of life. Montana does not have a sales tax, so the price you see is what you pay. Great Falls is often described as a “cowboy version of Mayberry” offering a small-town experience with all the modern amenities. We welcome newcomers and look forward to showing people the wonders of Great Falls and Montana. Come see what the ‘Big Sky Country’ has to offer!
We are looking for a licensed veterinarian with a strong interest and aptitude in animal nutrition to provide our clients with comprehensive advice on matters of animal health and fortified nutrition. As a perceived expert in animal nutrition, husbandry, health, livestock market requirements and animal movement, clients depend on you to guide them towards better avian, porcine and bovine ruminant production performance.
As the lead veterinarian, specimen preparations, lab results analysis & interpretation, researching responsive pharmaceutical and/or nutraceutical remedies for unique and specific health challenges of these species mentioned are critical for our client base to ensure optimum production performance.
Doubling as a nutritionist, assessing animal nutrient balancing and requirements based on genetic demands, feedstuffs deficiencies, health challenges, management styles and various barn types, ventilation and water issues becomes a central part of preventative challenges that can lead to better production and lower animal mortality. In a comprehensive approach as a health professional, nutrition and production protocols are required to be assessed and verified on-farm.
The frequency of visits by company-supplied vehicle depends on each individual farm but could vary between monthly to quarterly to annually. Reporting to the company, certification and verifications of feed ingredients, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals used to adhere to strict production parameters and protocols to meet consumer demands and product labeling claims as set out by the USDA or FDA. The goal is to contribute to the maintenance of a client’s animal production constitution thus delivering value to our organization by strengthening our reputations.
- Evaluate the needs of livestock animals by assessing their health, nutrition, density, movement, markets, feed sources, water quality, shipping and handling etc.
- Evaluate health, treatments, withdrawals, prescriptions, related to livestock production.
- Clarify information to clients and explain the effects of nutrients on overall health conditions.
Offer counseling and suggest positive alterations in nutrition to address clients’ livestock dietary requirements
- Create full and customized nutrition plans, rations, diets and health programs.
- Set clear objectives and provide support to clients to help them in their animal production progress.
- Conduct scientific research to expand field related knowledge such as the impacts of nutrients, the benefits of animal rations and diets.
- Write and publish articles to educate the public.
- Make presentations on a variety of topics such as how nutrition affects performance in animal production like avian, porcine and ruminant.
- Attend trade shows to connect with clients and other industry professionals.
- Proven experience as scientist. Specifically, in the area of animal health and nutrition.
- Able to focus on natural and organic nutrition. Taking great care in providing the livestock producer clients the knowledge and skills to deliver healthy meat to consumers.
- Thorough understanding of biochemistry and animal physiology.
- Good understanding of research methods and data analysis.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Creativity and critical thinking.
- Degree in animal sciences with a strong interest in animal nutrition. Must be licensed or get licensed as a DVM in the state of Montana.
- Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Possible Ownership of the Veterinarian Clinic
Pay: $130,000.00 – $200,000.00 per year
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Salary: $130,000.00 – $200,000.00 per year
All customers are required to protect themselves and the professional service provider from transmission of covid-19 by wearing a face covering and keeping a minimum of 6 feet away from each other. Also frequent washing of hands and disinfection.
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