Provide treatments for any sick or injured animals.
Establish annual health checks and preventive medicine program for animals in the collection.
To perform diagnostic procedure to determine cause of death for all dead animals (Post mortem, histopathology, etc.)
Record keeping for all procedures done on any animal in the collection (treatments, post mortem, etc).
Assist in behavioral and nutritional management to all animals in the collection.
Provide a monthly summary on treatments, post mortems, preventive medicine and health checks.
Ensures that all lab equipment and clinic areas are maintained and fully operational and that an inventory of clinic / veterinary consumables is maintained.
Communicates to Curator, Assistant Curator and Vet staff of any issues identified, and provides critical input in developing a course of action to rectify the situation.
Ensures that the quarantine facility is fully operational and that daily activities related to cleaning, maintenance, feeding and other husbandry activities are undertaken on a day-
to-day basis, including routine checking of tanks exhibits and LSS areas.
Must have doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
Must have good computer skills.
Must have good spoken and written conversational English.
Good knowledge with working with small animals an advantage.
Good knowledge with working in clinics or veterinary labs an advantage.
Experience with aquatic veterinary science an advantage.
Experience with marine mammals and aquatic birds an advantage.
Experience in working in public aquariums an advantage.
Open Water SCUBA certification from a recognized training agency an advantage.
Current Malaysian drivers license and advantage.