|Job Location:||Montréal, Quebec - Canada|
|Salary:||contact recruiter for details|
|Other Compensation:||benefits, relocation|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Nationwide|
Montreal, Quebec CRO R&D clinical testing laboratory seeks a licensed Veterinarian to be responsible for their use of small laboratory animals (from mice up to monkeys) in new drug discovery medical research.
Oversee general health and well-being of research animals.
Peri - and post - surgical care and monitoring.
Participate in animal medical research on either a hands-on, supervisory, or emergency basis as required.
Represent the company in meetings of animal care bodies.
DVM degree and holding either QC or other Canadian provincial license (transferable to QC OMVQ license).
European licenses not acceptable. Must have graduated from an accredited college of veterinary medicine.
Experience working in a hospital research lab or animal facility, CRO or pharma company. but would consider recent graduate.
Must be bilingual (French as one of the languages) or willing to learn French within 5 years.
Licensure: https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/resources/examining-board-summary 1. To practice veterinary medicine in Canada in general, students from an accredited school must obtain a licence by passing the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam (NAVLE). 2. The National Examining Board (NEB) is responsible for the administration, in Canada, of a 3-part veterinary licensing examination process. Completion of the exams is a requirement to be eligible to apply for license from any of the provincial veterinary licensing bodies. 3. In addition, to practice in the Province of QC, you must also pass the Ordre des Medecins Veterinaires du Quebec (OMVQ) exam