The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board is seeking a part time veterinarian to serve as a Practice Facility Inspector for the western part of the state. Duties would include conducting routine biennial inspections of approximately 250 licensed facility and mobile practices, as well as new practices and ownership changes. The employee would provide guidance and direction on all facility issues to licensees in the area. The area comprises the extreme western 25 counties of the state. Approximate work load would be between 15-20 hours per week with 15,000 miles driven per year. The employee must be licensed to practice in NC, and reside within one of the following counties: Buncombe, Henderson, McDowell, Rutherford, Burke, Cleveland, Caldwell, or Catawba. Mileage and per diem are reimbursed. Occasional trips to the Raleigh office will be expected (2x/year). The employee is expected to have good interpersonal communication skills, work efficiently without direct supervision, be well organized and a self-starter, have reasonable computer skills, and exhibit sound judgement and common sense. Email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted through COB on Aug. 31, 2017. The NCVMB is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Note: Recent NC Statute changes prevent a licensee from practicing in North Carolina while employed in any capacity by the Board.
The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board is an Occupational Licensing Board of the State and was established in 1903.The Board is responsible for governing the practice of veterinary medicine. Its primary responsibilities are examination of applicants, issuing and renewing licenses/registrations, formal complaints, practice name approvals and inspections of all veterinary practices throughout the State.