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Join a dedicated, progressive group of professionals working to provide excellent health care for the Animals, Science, and Environment collection at Walt Disney World.
Disney’s Department of Animal Health oversees the veterinary and nutritional programs at all of the Animals, Science, and Environment facilities, including Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Animal Kingdom Lodge, the Seas with Nemo and Friends, the Tri-Circle D Ranch, and several other satellite facilities. Emphasis is placed on preventive health, nutrition, pathology, quarantine, and disease surveillance. As a clinical veterinarian, the successful candidate will be responsible for addressing health issues concerning a large collection of animals including birds, mammals, fish, herpetofauna, and invertebrates.
The department maintains a large hospital team of 8 veterinarians and 26 support staff, as well as an Animal Nutrition Center with 2 nutritionists and 22 support staff. The clinical veterinarian will partner with these teams, as well as animal husbandry managers, Water Sciences, and the Education and Science Departments. Opportunities for in-situ conservation work, research, and teaching/training also exist.
Candidates should possess a commitment to excellence and a passion for communicating Walt Disney World’s conservation message to guests and cast. You must be willing to perform appropriate medical procedures in a public viewing environment.
- Five years of zoological medicine experience
- Florida licensure or be qualified to take the Florida State Board examination
- USDA-accreditation in the state of Florida, or eligibility to become USDA-accredited in the state of Florida
- Commitment to excellence and a passion for conservation
- Willingness to perform veterinary procedures in a public viewing environment
- Demonstrated computer skills with mainstream IBM compatible programs
- Demonstrated strong organizational skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Proven ability to participate as part of a team
- Demonstrated ability to follow directions well and handle detail-oriented information
- Breadth of veterinary experience with different animal taxa
- Experience at an AZA-accredited facility
- ACZM board certification or eligibility
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