Select Sires Hiring Veterinarian Intern for Spring and Summer 2018

The Veterinarian Internship is based at the Select Sires Headquarters in Plain City, Ohio. This is a paid internship, and will be available in both spring and summer. 

  • Open to all individuals interested in Food Animal Medicine. 
  • Graduate or Undergraduate student studying veterinary medicine
  • Have an understanding of the dairy and beef genetics industries
  • Proficient in handling cattle and have some experience with basic animal health procedures 
  • Candidates interested in becoming a food animal practitioner should apply; training will be provided in all areas

Description: Emphasis will be placd on herd health, preventative medicine heavily weighted toward export, biosecurity and individual animal health.


  • Assist with sample collection, physical exams, reproductive exams, treatment of bulls and export paperwork; a broad overview of the A.I. industry will also be provided 
  • Responsible for a variety of projects within the areas of animal health, export regulation and husbandry
  • Receiving a broad-range of knowledge of Select Sires’ programs and services
  • Responsible for a wide-range of tasks, including working with the veterinarian department on special projects, animal health procedures, blood testing, semen collections, semen processing, paperwork and record-keeping.

The internship will be available in both the spring and summer. The intern must work for a minimum of four weeks.

Compensation: The intern will receive hourly compensation, but housing will not be provided. Housing for out-of-state interns is often available at the Ohio State University Veterinary Clinic in nearby Marysville, Ohio.

Deadline: The deadline for all applications is January 1, of the internship year.

Download Application Form

To Apply:
Applicants are encouraged to fill out the attached internship application form, and return by mail along with a cover letter to:

Dr. Lahmer, DVM
11740 U.S. 42 N.
Plain City, OH 43064
Fax: (614) 733-3497

Posted: November 27, 2017


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