Duties Summary

Positions are being filled under the Pathways Student Internship Authority which is designed to provide students enrolled in a variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with paid work opportunities in agencies to explore federal careers while in school.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION DEADLINE: The first referral of candidates will be made from applications received by 11:59 PM EST, December 09, 2018; subsequent cut off dates and referrals will be made as vacancies occur.
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Responsibilities

  • The incumbent of this position receives varied assignments designed to provide on-the-job training and experience in activities related to veterinary services.
  • Assignments will vary by Agency, Office, and setting, including headquarters-type setting, veterinary field environment, and veterinary laboratory.
  • The major duties for each setting include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Headquarters-type Setting:
  • Supports program management and animal health information systems.
  • Gathers, verifies, and enters information and data.
  • Conducts document reviews and literature searches.
  • Conducts statistical, quantitative or qualitative analysis and produces analytical reports.
  • Translates veterinary medical, scientific, and regulatory information into language easily understood by a variety of contacts.
  • Veterinary Field Environment:
  • Supports Veterinary Medical Officers in the application of standard veterinary medical practices. Contacts livestock and poultry owners to schedule testing.
  • Identifies, tags, and records animals to be tested.
  • Draws blood samples for laboratory testing.
  • Performs testing of various livestock, poultry, and animal body tissues to detect and diagnose disease and other conditions.
  • Veterinary Laboratory Setting:
  • Supports work of program management and/or animal health information systems.
  • Collects, verifies, and tracks data to produce reports.
  • Performs veterinary testing and identification activities to assist in animal disease control and eradication.

Travel Required
Not required

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