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Aquatic Veterinary Position, Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture, Canada

November 29,2011



Position: Veterinarian IA-IIB (Fish Health) Halifax

Location: Truro, Nova Scotia

Competition #2839KM -CB

Status (Term - 1 Year)

Pay Grade: PR 14 - 19

Salary Range: $64,451 - $96,183 per year

Closing Date: December 13, 2011



Duties:

Reporting to the Provincial Fish Health Veterinarian, Aquaculture Division, the incumbent provides a full spectrum fish health extension service, including the provision of rapid and competent disease diagnosis for the aquaculture industry and to the fish culture section of the Office. Laboratory and other findings are reported to the producer where required, recommendations are made for treatment and/or control. The incumbent will routinely serve as the practitioner and will be responsible for the clinical care for the stocks in question. Will represent the province and provide services to fulfill mandates of the Office legislation and policy. Conduct field investigations into fish health problems on private farms within the aquaculture industry and on the Office's fish culture facilities, including the collection and field preparation of specimens for laboratory analysis. Conduct post mortems, examine specimens and run tests to diagnose fish diseases. Conduct investigative research of fish disease problems and their treatment. Provide written reports or findings and consult with Aquaculturists, Fish Health Officials and practising Veterinarians, both in person and by telephone. Prepare and deliver presentation to Aquaculturists, Government Officials, students and the public on fish health matters. Administrative and supervisory duties that include ordering laboratory supplies, verifying and signing reports and provide supervision and direction to fish health staff. Represent the Province on fish health matters to Provincial counterparts and Federal Regulatory bodies; provide direction regarding divisional fish health policy.



Qualifications:

The successful candidate must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and meet the qualifications for license to practice with the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association. The candidate must have excellent skills in communicating with clients, colleagues and other government officials. Background and training in aquatic animal health is an asset. The candidate must be capable of extensive travel, work in remote areas, on the water around fish farms and boats, working extended hours and be available for on-call duty. A driver’s license is required, as well as computer literacy.



Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the citizens we serve. The Government of Nova Scotia has an Employment Equity Policy and we welcome applications from Aboriginal People, African Nova Scotians and Other Racially Visible Persons, Persons with Disabilities and Women in occupations or positions where they are under-represented. If you are a member of one of the equity groups, you are encouraged to self-identify, on your application form, cover letter, or on your resume.



This job posting is initially restricted to NSGEU bargaining unit employees. Applicants applying for this opportunity must clearly indicate in their covering letter or resume that he/she is currently a NS Government Civil Service employee and a member of the NSGEU and include their employee ID number. Your Employee Self-Serve access will allow you to confirm what your employment status is prior to applying for this restricted position. External applicants and current casual NS Government employees will only be considered if there are no qualified NS Government Civil Service NSGEU bargaining unit candidates.



To apply go to
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