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7/29/2019 11:32:17Assistant Professor of Teaching in Disease Biology 9/30/2019AcademicUC DavisDavis, CAUnited StatesThe Department of Plant Pathology invites applications for a full-time Assistant Professor of Teaching in the field of disease biology, with a focus on epidemiology and disease ecology. Expertise in plant pathology or a related discipline is required. Requires teaching and research in the broader context of One Health, including plant, animal and human systems. The successful applicant will play a key role in the Global Disease Biology major (http://gdb.ucdavis.edu/) The appointee will develop an educational or pedagogical research program as it relates to disease biology, epidemiology, plant pathology, (phyto)microbiomics, or a related discipline. Ph.D. in plant pathology, epidemiology, disease ecology, microbiology, (phyto)microbiomics, or related disciplines, preferably with postgraduate experience. The position will remain open until filled, but application materials should be received by September 30, 2019 to be assured full consideration.
https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/JPF02978
Johan Leveaujleveau@ucdavis.eduSherry Jonessaljones@ucdavis.edu
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8/15/2019 12:46:54Veterinarian Specialist for Antimicrobial Use and Stewardship Program12/31/2019State GovernmentCalifornia Dept of Food & Agriculture, Antimicrobial Use & Stewardship ProgramSacramento, CaliforniaUnited StatesThe California Department of Food & Agriculture’s Antimicrobial Use and Stewardship (AUS) unit is seeking career-minded individuals to help us develop the nation’s first comprehensive, model antimicrobial stewardship and surveillance program. Candidates for the Veterinarian Specialist position must be located in Sacramento, have strong analytical skills and a desire to be challenged.
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=164335
Fernando Valenzuela
fernando.valenzuela@cdfa.ca.gov
Dr. Edie Marshall, CDFA AUS
edie.marshall@cdfa.ca.gov
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8/15/2019 12:51:00Veterinarian General for Antimicrobial Use & Stewardship Program12/31/2019State GovernmentCalifornia Dept of Food & Agriculture, Antimicrobial Use & Stewardship ProgramSacramento, CaliforniaUnited StatesThe California Department of Food & Agriculture’s Antimicrobial Use & Stewardship (AUS) unit is seeking career-minded individuals to help us develop the nation’s first comprehensive, model antimicrobial stewardship and surveillance program. Candidates for the Veterinarian (General) position must be located in Sacramento, have strong analytical skills and a desire to be challenged.
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=161442
Fernando Valenzuela
fernando.valenzuela@cdfa.ca.gov
Dr. Edith Marshall, CDFA AUS
edie.marshall@cdfa.ca.gov
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8/15/2019 12:53:55Research Scientist I for Antimicrobial Use and Stewardship Program12/31/2019State GovernmentCalifornia Dept of Food & Agriculture, Antimicrobial Use & StewardshipSacramento, CaliforniaUnited StatesUnder the supervision of the Research Scientist Supervisor II, and leadership of the Veterinarian (Specialist) for Surveys and Studies, the Research Scientist I (RSI) helps to design and implement longitudinal studies, compile data, perform biostatistical analysis of programmatic information, and draw conclusions from research investigations.
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=167291
Fernando Valenzuela
fernando.valenzuela@cdfa.ca.gov
Dr. Edith Marshall, CDFA AUS
edie.marshall@cdfa.ca.gov
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8/15/2019 12:57:18Research Data Specialist I for Antimicrobial Use and Stewardship Program8/31/2019State GovernmentCalifornia Dept of Food & Agriculture, Antimicrobial Use and StewardshipSacramento, CaliforniaUnited StatesUnder general direction of the Staff Services Manager I, and leadership of the Veterinarian (Specialist) for Surveys and Studies, the Research Data Specialist I (RDS I) helps to compile and manage data, perform biostatistical analysis of programmatic information, and prepare effective program communication materials and reports.
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=159679
Fernando Valenzuela
fernando.valenzuela@cdfa.ca.gov
Dr. Edith Marshall, CDFA AUS
edie.marshall@cdfa.ca.gov
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10/1/2019 16:39:17Canada Research Chair Tier 2 in One Health10/31/2019AcademicUniversity of Guelph School of Guelph, ONCanadaApplications and nominations for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in One Health . The appointment will be tenure-track at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Tier 2 Chairs are awarded for a five-year term and can be renewed only once.
http://www.uoguelph.ca/facultyjobs/postings/ad18-68.shtml
Sibina Fisher (please note that posting is up until a suitable candidate is found)
Sibina.Fisher@ahs.ca
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10/16/2019 18:14:42Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics/ Animal Health Economics/ Environmental and Natural Resource Economics/ Applied Economics/ Economics – fixed term 3 years11/5/2019Academic
Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Bologna
CesenaItalySupport the responsible of the local research unit participating in the implementation of the European H2020 project ROADMAP (Rethinking Of Antimicrobial Decision-systems in the Management of Animal Production) that investigates the conditions for a more prudent use of antimicrobials (AM) in livestock farming; contribute to the analysis of the main drivers of AM use in the most relevant livestock production systems to identify the technical, social, economic, and institutional lock-ins to be tackled in the transition towards a more cautious AM administration in farms; participate in the assessment of AM consumption in the main livestock production systems and examine the interrelations between the food-supply chain, the veterinary care system and the respective regulatory frameworks affecting animal health management in farms and the use of AMs; coordinate doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers involved in the project and cooperate with researchers of the foreign partner institutions in the organization and implementation of the project’s activities and events, data collection and exchange, dissemination of results, involvement of stakeholders, production of deliverables and project reporting.
https://www.unibo.it/sitoweb/massimo.canali2/news/fae123bc
ROADMAP PROJECT - UNIBO Research Unit
distal.roadmap@unibo.itMassimo Canali
massimo.canali2@unibo.it
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11/12/2019 9:53:26Operations Veterinarian - One Health - Rabies11/22/2019GovernmentManitoba Department of AgricultureWinnipeg, ManitobaCanadaThe Operations Veterinarian - One Health - Rabies is responsible for coordinating the One Health disease management programs, primarily rabies, within the Province of Manitoba. This involves overseeing all operational aspects of the disease management programs as assigned such as those identified by the Manitoba One Health Steering Committee. Duties include supervising sample collectors such as contract service providers and assigned provincial government staff, as well as communicating with human health professionals, conducting risk assessments, coordinating case management and participating in disease surveillance and control activities. As a member of a professional team with the Office of the Chief Veterinarian (CVO) within the department of Manitoba Agriculture the incumbent is expected to develop effective working relationships with other colleagues. As a team member job responsibilities will include supporting veterinary public health, animal health, animal welfare, and emergency preparedness.
https://jobsearch.gov.mb.ca/search.action
govjobs@gov.mb.caDr. Shauna Richards
shauna.richards@sruc.ac.uk
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11-15-19Infectious Disease Moderators in Cote d'Ivoire, Nigeria, and Rwanda.PROMED Mail, ISIDNigeria and Rwanda
This part-time position with the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED) of the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) is entitled "ProMED moderator" and covers surveillance of human, animal, and/or plant diseases. The individual will join an international team of global health specialists reporting disease trends via innovative surveillance techniques. An advanced degree in the human or animal health field required (MD, MBBS, DVM, PhD in microbiology or similar field).https://bit.ly/34ebqpC
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2/7/2020 13:39:11Assistant Professor of Public Health and Research 3/31/2020AcademicLincoln Memorial UniversityHarrogate, TNUSAThe Public Health/One Health Faculty at the Center for Animal & Human Health in Appalachia will work to coordinate and expand the work of Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine. The faculty member will research different public and animal health trends, risks, and hazards throughout Appalachia, and provide these findings to various public health professionals at the University, county, state, and federal level. The work of the faculty member will help identify opportunities for outreach and service with direct benefit to the region. The faculty will also provide graduate classroom instruction to students in the Master of Science program on topics related to scientific research design and analysis methods for public health.
https://careers.lmunet.edu/postings/15964
Office of Human Resources
humanresources@lmunet.edu
Dr. Karen Gruszynski
karen.gruszynski@lmunet.edu
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