The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Animal Industry is seeking an Equine Veterinarian Manger.
Position Description The successful candidate will supervise and perform activities for the Division of Animal Industry’s Equine Programs within the state. The primary duties and responsibilities of the Equine Veterinarian Manager position are related to the division’s mission of safeguarding Florida’s Animal Industry and the public through animal disease control and emergency response. This position will administer the Equine Programs specific inspection programs and other duties related to prevention, control and eradication of transmissible and communicable diseases. This role requires promoting and maintaining positive working relations between the Equine Program’s team and the Equine Industry of Florida. This position is eligible for a comprehensive benefits package through the State of Florida.
See the complete job description and position requirements at: https://jobs.myflorida.com/job/TALLAHASSEE-VETERINARIAN-MANAGER-SES-42000945-FL-32399/659469800/. Please submit a complete Candidate Profile via the People First website. If you have any questions regarding applying on-line, call the People First Service Center at 1-877-562-7287.
POSITION HEADQUARTERS IS IN TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
APPLY BY THE DEADLINE DATE OF January 11, 2021.
The mission of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is to safeguard the public and support Florida’s agricultural economy. For more information about us, please visit www.FDACS.gov.
About Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
The Division of Animal Industry is responsible for enforcing animal health regulations in Florida and protecting the state from animal pests and diseases.
District veterinarians and animal health inspectors throughout the state work with producers, animal owners and private veterinarians to monitor and enhance the health and welfare of Florida's animals.
Under Florida's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, we serve as the lead agency for animal and agricultural issues, planning and coordinating the state's response to emergencies ranging from hurricanes to animal disease outbreaks.