Part-Time Instructor

Part Time Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology Email Job
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  • Position Technician
  • Experience 4 Years
  • Practice Education
  • Qualifications Graduate (CVT, RVT, LVT)

Job Description

Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology (Bel-Rea) is an ACCSC and accredited veterinary technology, vocational training college in southeast Denver (www.belrea.edu). Since the program’s launch in 1971, over 6000 students have earned an Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Bel-Rea.

With an experienced veterinary faculty, excellent curriculum, well-equipped facility, on-site and off-site labs, and extensive internship program, Bel-Rea offers traditional and non-traditional students the opportunity to gain the solid educational foundation and hands-on experience needed to launch their career in the fast-growing vet tech field.

Our positive leadership and small school atmosphere encourage employees to excel in their positions and offer our students informed, pleasant, and helpful support.

Description:

Experienced CVT needed for a Part-Time instructor position at a leading Veterinary Technology Program. Candidate must be a current, licensed CVT with four years minimum post-graduation experience in the field. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. This position will be participating in the Pre-Clinical Class and various on and off-campus labs. Working with final (7th) quarter students in anesthesia, lab procedures, and surgical nursing for spays/neuters on animals from a local shelter. Experience with anesthesia and laboratory procedures is required.

Approximately 20 hours/week. Bel-Rea is on the quarter system (4 quarters/year) consisting of 8-9 weeks per quarter with 2 to 3 weeks off between quarters.

Salary:

Negotiable based on experience and education.

Job Type: Part-time

Please send resumes to Janet King (king@belrea.edu) and Tammy Schneider (schneider@belrea.edu).

COVID-19 considerations:
We have extensive protocols in place to allow staff/faculty and students to remain as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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