Head Veterinarian

PatoGen would like to increase our offering to UK aquaculture companies, and we are searching for an experienced veterinarian to lead and manage this effort.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Support aquaculture companies in their daily fish health work.
  • Farm visits, audits and staff training
  • Maintains farm level animal health by diagnosing, treating diseases and injuries and advising on prevention.

Veterinarian Qualifications / Skills:

  • Registered (or eligible) RCVS veterinarian.
  • Documented experience with operative salmon fish health.
  • Established network in Scottish aquaculture.
  • Integrity.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Customer service focused.
  • Bacteriology, parasitology and histological experience advantageous.

What we can offer:

  • Support from world class colleagues in salmonid fish health.
  • An open and trustful work environment focusing on improving fish health.
  • Workplace in Oban, Scotland.
  • A competitive salary and benefit package.

Application deadline: February 25th.

Please submit your application to career@patogen.no

More information about the position can be provided by Dr. Hamish Rodger – Chief Fish Health Officer in PatoGen at hamish.rodger@patogen.no or Kristian Natland – Chief Sales Officer in PatoGen at kristian.natland@patogen.no

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