Minimum Qualifications Is driving a responsibility of this position?No Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/orCertification EEO Statement Duties/ResponsibilitiesPosting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume/CVCover LetterList of References with Contact InformationOptional Documents DepartmentVet Med Small Animal Medicine & Surg About the College/Unit/Department The Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery consists of 45faculty members, 37 clinical residents, 10 rotating interns, 4specialty interns, and 4 administrative staff members. TheDepartment provides shared laboratory space and supports 7dedicated research technicians who assist in the research missionsof the Department’s faculty. Other specialties within theDepartment include anesthesia, cardiology, clinical nutrition,dermatology, emergency and critical care, internal medicine,neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, andzoological medicine, as well as a community practice program. TheDepartment participates in the college-wide M.S. and Ph.D.programs. Members of the Department actively participate incollaborative efforts with faculty members from other departmentswithin the college and other colleges on campus, including theCollege of Public Health, College of Engineering, and the Athenscampus of the Medical College of Georgia. The Department has astrong track record for teaching, research, and clinicalservice.The College of Veterinary Medicine values all members of theuniversity community, recognizing that differences in experienceand culture can only lead to a more well-rounded, acceptingacademic environment. We an expectation that all employees willdemonstrate a contribution to diversity and inclusion as embodiedin our Principles of Community ( http://vet.uga.edu/principles-of-community/) Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies Benefits EligibilityBenefits Eligible Does this position require a P-Card?No All candidates must have a DVM or equivalent degree, have completeda surgical residency training program registered by the AmericanCollege of Veterinary Surgeons ( ACVS ) or a program approved bythe European College of Veterinary Surgeons ( ECVS ), or obtainedboard certification by the ACVS or the ECVS . Candidates should beboard certified or eligible for board certification. Contract TypeFiscal (12 mo.) Employment TypeEmployee Be advised a credit check will be required for all positions withfinancial responsibilities. For additional information about thecredit check criteria, visit the UGA Credit Background Check website. The College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, invitesapplications for a clinical track (non-tenure track) small animalsoft tissue surgeon. All candidates must have a DVM or equivalentdegree, have completed a surgical residency training programregistered by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons ( ACVS )or a program approved by the European College of VeterinarySurgeons ( ECVS ), or obtained board certification by the ACVS orthe ECVS . The successful candidate is expected to activelyparticipate in the training of surgery and non-surgery houseofficers. For approximately 21 weeks annually, the surgeon fillingthis position will be responsible for daytime emergency and morningtransfers, supporting the interventional radiology service, andserving as the backup for the standard soft tissue service. Thisservice will be supported by a surgery house officer (resident orintern) and students or technicians. For approximately 15 weeks peryear, the surgeon will be responsible for participating in thestandard appointment-based soft tissue surgery service.Responsibilities during the remaining 16 weeks includeopportunities to teach lecture and laboratory courses in softtissue surgery to veterinary students and the development ofscholarly activity consistent with individual interest.Proportionate assignments for teaching, service, and scholarlyactivity will be based on the interests of the candidate and themissions of the Surgery program and the Department. Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Does this position have direct interaction or care of childrenunder the age of 18 or direct patient care?No Classification TitleClinical Assistant Professor Credit and P-Card policy Advertised Salary Location of VacancyAthens Area Does this position have operation, access, or control offinancial resources?No Posting NumberF0739P The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, geneticinformation, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation orprotected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations orassistance with the accessibility of materials related to thissearch are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). Terminal degree appropriate for the discipline. Open until filledYes Underutilization Faculty RankClinical Assistant Professor About the University of Georgia Is having a P-Card an essential function of this position?No Special Instructions to Applicants Is this a Position of Trust?Yes Retirement PlanTRS Position Details Job Posting Date10/14/2020 FLSA Anticipated Start Date01/01/2021 Posting Details Additional Requirements Working TitleClinical Assistant Professor of Soft Tissue Surgery Physical Demands Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Track Candidates should show evidence of a high level of competence anddemonstrated promise of moving toward excellence in patient care,student instruction, scholarly activities, or practice andservice. Job Closing Date Does this position have Security Access (e.g., public safety,IT security, personnel records, patient records, or access tochemicals and medications)Yes Posting TypeExternal Position Summary The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grantuniversity with statewide commitments and responsibilities is thestate’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversifiedinstitution of higher education ( http://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currentlyranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News &World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens,approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campusesin Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-charteredUniversity in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,600 full-timestaff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 36,000 studentsincluding over 27,500 undergraduates and over 8,500 graduate andprofessional students. Academic programs reside in 17 schools andcolleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta Universityhoused on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. College/Unit/Department websitewww.vet.uga.edu
NIHP local health protection teams to deal with infections and other threats support and resources for local authorities to manage local outbreaks the COVID-19 testing programme contact tracing the Joint Biosecurity Centre emergency response and preparedness to deal with the most severe incidents at national and local level research and reference laboratories and associated services specialist epidemiology and surveillance of all infectious diseases the Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards global health security providing specialistic scientific advice on immunisation and countermeasures I could not be any prouder of what PHE has achieved since 2013 in protecting the country from infectious diseases and environmental hazards and in improving the health of the people from reduced smoking rates to tackling poor air quality and obesity and much else. PHE’s work on the pandemic in the early stages and since stands testament to the professionalism and unremitting hard work of my colleagues and bought precious time for the NHS and government to prepare. It has been the honour and privilege of my career to lead PHE. Combining the UK’s world-class public health talent and infrastructure with the new at-scale response capability of NHS Test and Trace into a single organisation puts us in the strongest position to stop the spread of the virus. The fantastic teams in PHE, NHS Test and Trace and in local authorities have done so much over the past 8 months, and I thank them all for their service now and in the future. PHE has worked incredibly well with NHS Test and Trace, and with winter ahead, the life-saving work we are doing is more important than ever. The changes announced today are designed to strengthen our response, and to radically ramp up our fight against this disease, whilst also protecting PHE’s essential work beyond COVID that is so important for the nation’s health. New organisation to focus on rigorous science-led approach to public health protection Institute will boost UK’s ability to deal with and recover from COVID-19 and meet health challenges of the coming winter The organisation will be formalised and be operating from spring 2021 To give ourselves the best chance of beating this virus once and for all – and of spotting and being ready to respond to other health threats, now and in the future – we are creating a brand new organisation to provide a new approach to public health protection and resilience. The National Institute for Health Protection will bring together the expertise of PHE with the enormous response capabilities of NHS Test and Trace and the Joint Biosecurity Centre to put us in the best possible position for the next stage of the fight against COVID-19 and for the long term. I want to thank all my brilliant colleagues at Public Health England, the NHS, the Joint Biosecurity Centre, local directors of public health and their teams, contact tracers, diagnostics experts, epidemiologists, infection control teams, and every single person who has contributed to the national effort to get this deadly pandemic under control over the last 8 months. I would like to personally thank Duncan Selbie for his leadership of PHE bringing together 70 different agencies, pursuing ground-breaking work on tackling obesity, promoting health improvement and leading PHE, in what has been an exceptionally challenging time. I am looking forward to continuing working with him as a leading figure in the global, public health agenda. The NIHP will be a new organisation whose primary focus is to ensure we have the best capability to control infectious disease and deal with pandemics or health protection crises. It will take on existing UK-wide responsibilities and it will work with local government, the NHS and the devolved administrations to ensure we have the strongest possible health protection system for the whole of the UK. It will build on the existing strong working relationships between the 4 nations of the UK, including on data-sharing, alert levels and border issues.It will report directly to the Health and Care Secretary and support the clinical leadership of the 4 UK chief medical officers.The government is immediately bringing together PHE, NHS Test and Trace and the Joint Biosecurity Centre under the interim leadership of Baroness Dido Harding, with a single command structure and operating model to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.This builds on the joint work already being done by PHE and NHS Test and Trace, including the JBC, in response to COVID-19.It will ensure the UK will be in an even stronger position to deal with and further recover from COVID-19, the strongest possible position to meet the health protection challenges over the coming winter and be more resilient to respond to future pandemics.Baroness Dido Harding, Interim Executive Chair of the National Institute for Health Protection, said: The National Institute for Health Protection (NIHP) will start work immediately, with a single command structure to advance the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.From today it will bring together Public Health England (PHE) and NHS Test and Trace, as well as the analytical capability of the Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC) under a single leadership team. This is the first step towards becoming a single organisation, focused on tackling COVID-19 and protecting the nation’s health.In order to minimise disruption to the vital work dealing with the pandemic, the organisation will be formalised and operating from spring 2021.The new organisation will support local directors of public health and local authorities on the frontline of the COVID-19 response.The responsibilities of the NIHP will include: Supporting Baroness Harding in her role will be Michael Brodie, who has been appointed Interim Chief Executive Officer of PHE. Michael is currently CEO of the NHS Business Services Authority.Duncan Selbie, the outgoing PHE Chief Executive, will be taking on a role as a senior advisor to the Department of Health and Social Care on global and public health.The NIHP will seek to learn from the best systems around the world and work with local directors of public health and their teams, to use their crucial insight and intelligence to deliver a world-class service.Preventing ill health and reducing health inequalities also remains a top priority. Over the coming weeks and months, the DHSC and PHE experts will engage on future options on decisions around the future of PHE’s remaining health improvement functions, including how to support a successful wider public health system to ensure we have the best possible capability and capacity to support people to improve their health.The DHSC will establish a new Stakeholder Advisory Group to provide expert advice from leading thinkers in public health, health care and local government.Duncan Selbie, outgoing PHE Chief Executive, said: Health Secretary Matt Hancock said:
CWI Regional U-19 One Day Championships– Sinclair, Anderson, Karim amongst the runsGuyana Captain Bhaskar Yadram propelled the defending champions to a comfortable 5-wicket win over Jamaica when action in the 3rd round of the U19 50 Overs tourney continued on Monday.Bhaskar YadramAt Cumberland, the Windies U19 all-rounder Yadram bagged 4-19 from 7.3 overs, Joshua Jones captured 3-38 from 10 while Windies Under-19 left-spinner Ashmead Nedd returned 2-16, as the Guyanese bowled out Jamaica for 166 in 48.3 overs.Carlos Brown defied the Guyana attack to lead the Jamaican batting with an enterprising 79 from 91 balls that was studded with four fours and four sixes. Five of the Guyanese batsmen – including top-scorer Sachin Singh, a former Windies Under-15 captain and Yadram – got starts without carrying on, but the reigning champions successfully chased the target and comfortably won with 87 balls remaining.Singh made 32, Kevelon Anderson and Yadram 25 apiece, Kevin Sinclair 31 and Javed Karim 20; all helped in a successful pursuit of the total. Roberto Simpson who grabbed 3-42 was the best bowler for the Jamaicans.Javed KarimMeanwhile, Matthew Forde and fellow fast bowler Nyeem Young shared eight wickets to set things up before opener Shian Brathwaite hit his second straight half-century to help Barbados formalise a 7-wicket victory over hosts Windward Islands, keeping up the pressure on the Guyanese.Forde grabbed 5-38 off nine overs and Young took 3-46 off 9.4 overs, as the Barbadians dismissed the Windwards for 153 in their contest. Brathwaite then followed up his resolute 72 in Barbados’ first match with a solid, unbeaten 73 from 103 balls that included five fours and five sixes to lead Barbados past the home team with 96 balls remaining.Kevin SinclairA miserly bowling from Jemuel Cabey inspired Leeward Islands and they rebounded from two straight defeats to crush Canada by eight wickets. At Sion Hill, Cabey bagged 3-7 from six overs to lead the demolition of the Canada who were flattened for 59 in 25.4 overs. Leewards then overcame a crisis of confidence and cleared their target easily with 141 balls remaining.The fourth round of matches on Thursday will see the Windwards taking on Trinidad & Tobago at Park Hill, the Leewards battling Guyana at Cumberland and Canada squaring off with Barbados at Arnos Vale; Jamaica has drawn the bye for this round.