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Decisions driven by diagnostics

Offering great
care to pigs and
people is just part
of what we do

on farm

Offering great
services to help
you grow

Driving informed
changes to your farm

We offer a variety of exciting career opportunities!

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Job Opportunities

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    Associate Swine Veterinarian

    The Associate Swine Veterinarian is responsible for providing practical and scientific support to internal and external customers, in order to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage in the pork industry. This role will provide practical and scientifically sound technical expertise in health management including biosecurity; disease control and treatment; regulatory, animal well-being and food safety requirements. The Associate Swine Veterinarian is responsible for direct interaction with client producers, caretakers and associated support staff, providing verification of swine herd health ensuring adherence to standard operating procedures and production practices. Success in this role will require active collaboration with their Carthage Veterinary Service team, providing clients with fiscally and socially responsible strategies for managing the health of their swine farms.

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    Diagnostic Lab Technician

    Carthage Diagnostic Lab is seeking a task-oriented, analytical individual to join our laboratory team. This position includes an extensive 90-day-on-the-job training program for all technical tasks. The Diagnostic Lab Tech will process specimens, perform molecular techniques associated with PCR, perform immunoassay (ELISA) and report diagnostic results to the veterinary team. This position will report directly to the Laboratory Director. Individuals must be able to self-motivated with a strong work ethic and be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Must have a positive and friendly attitude to handle customer service-related issues.

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    Mixed-Animal Veterinarian

    The Mixed-Animal Veterinarian is responsible for providing practical and scientific services in a small community setting. The clinic services approximately 60% small animal and 40% large animals.  The Mixed-Animal Veterinarian will work in a modern clinic with digital radiology, ultrasound, dental machine, power equine dental float and a full diagnostic lab. The Mixed-Animal Veterinarian will direct a support staff and work closely with local pet rescues and the community.  The Mixed-Animal Veterinarian is also responsible for health ensuring adherence to standard operating procedures and practices.

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