Bovine Technical Services Veterinarian

Field Opportunities
Job Function/Requirements: 
  • To develop an effective working relationship with practicing and consulting bovine veterinarians, to maintain a high level of service and communication with prospects and existing accounts, to contribute to the educational process of Newport staff as required, and to assist sales representatives with technical support.
Essential Job Duties: 
  • Provide technical support to veterinarians regarding clinical cases, diagnostics and appropriate use of autogenous biologics
  • Review diagnostic case submissions and results, including gene sequencing, request additional testing as appropriate
  • Assist in assessment and selection of isolates for autogenous biological production
  • Assist Newport and BIAH sales representatives with technical questions as requested
  • Ride with sales representatives, as requested and appropriate, to assist in calls on key prospects and accounts
  • Proactively make calls on veterinary clinics, representing current accounts and prospects
  • Attend key veterinary meetings, shows and exhibits as directed
  • Assist in exhibit booths as requested
  • Give presentations to veterinary and producer groups as needed
  • Participate in regular staff and RBU meetings
  • Provide timely, professional, efficient and accurate telephone response to inquiries from prospects and accounts
  • Work in conjunction with Business Unit and Customer Service teams to service customer needs in a professional and efficient manner
  • Report technical support activities on a weekly basis
Nature and Scope: 
  • The incumbent reports to the RBU Director
  • The incumbent interacts professionally with all company departments as well as designated customers and vendors
  • The incumbent is accountable for helping to provide good communications with Management, RBU Sales Reps and Account Specialists, Customer Service, Marketing, Accounting and other appropriate areas in the company
  • Is accountable for complying with the BIAH/Newport Business Code of Ethics to the highest standards
  • Is accountable for complying with the Company Handbook and all policies set by the Company
  • The position requires DVM (or equivalent) degree and five years of practice and/or industry experience
  • Requires excellent verbal and written skills
  • Must be familiar with and competent in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Requires attention to detail and multiple task management
  • Requires familiarity with animal biologics business, products and services
  • Has ability to work with teams and across disciplines
  • Has good record keeping ability
This position offers a competitive salary and full benefit package. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Qualified applicants that are committed to be a team member in an innovative culture may submit their resume along with salary requirements

Newport Laboratories, located in Worthington, Minnesota assists veterinarians and livestock producers in their efforts to address animal health problems through diagnostic testing and production of veterinary biologics. We are the nation’s leading manufacturer of autogenous biologics. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.