Grow professionally and leave your legacy in bovine reproduction, all while working with an amazing team utilizing the most diversified and progressive advanced reproductive toolbox in the world. Multiply the successes of client breeding programs by producing embryos from their donor cows and pregnancies in their recipient cows. Ensure trauma and disease transmission are prevented when embryos are harvested, transferred, frozen, and shipped worldwide. Develop and apply progressive reproductive tools while contributing to a positive working environment and delivering an incredible client experience.
Flush and transfer bovine embryos in the clinic and on farms.
Review and design superovulation and synchronization protocols for donors and recipients.
Evaluate pregnancy status in recipients post-implant using ultrasonography to:
Evaluate the gender in embryo transfer and in-vitro fetuses.
Evaluate the number and viability fetuses in cows implanted with clone or research embryos.
Perform rectal palpations to evaluate reproductive status of incoming and backgrounded recipient cows.
Monitor and implement the preventative medicine, nutrition, and reproductive programs and overall herd health of animals on the farms.
Implement, monitor, and continue to improve the biosecurity programs on the farms.
Monitor compliance of herd health and SOP documents relative to the export of bovine embryos.
Perform tests and exams and complete paperwork for the interstate movement of animals.
Examine and administer treatments to sick donor and recipient cows and calves.
Perform special surgeries as necessary in joint and research projects (fetal removals, c-sections, etc.).
Participate in an emergency/on-call weekend schedule on a rotational basis.
Maintains a professional image reflective of Trans Ova’s industry position.
Follow Trans Ova’s policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent.
Full current accreditation with the USDA – APHIS.
Licensure in necessary states or the ability to acquire a license.
American Embryo Transfer Association certification.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Ability to travel including occasional overnight stays with seasonal spikes (Apr-June, Nov-Dec).
Ability to put in long days (up to 14 hours) during seasonal periods.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to remain on feet for long periods of time.
Strong and reliable back, shoulder, arm, hand and ability to manipulate the bovine reproductive tract multiple times.
Excellent hand coordination and finger sensation.
Passion for bovine reproduction with a desire for continual learning and improvement.
Strong sense for connecting with customers and identifying and fulfilling their needs.
Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
High degree of professionalism.
Proficiency in computer skills including Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
Valid driver’s license and ability to operate a company vehicle.
Additional Salary Information: Veterinarian Education Loan Reimbursement Program (up to $45,000)
401k Retirement Savings Plan
Little to no on call (region dependent)
Comp Time when traveling overnight or with long work days
Training Program through Trans Ova Genetics University
Health, Vision, Dental, Disability and Life Insurance
Gym Membership Reimbursement
Personal and Leadership Development program offerings
Internal Number: 17-131
About Trans Ova Genetics
Trans Ova Genetics was founded in 1980 as a premier “on-farm” embryo transfer (ET) service organization by Dr. David Faber who had a vision to apply genetic and reproductive technologies to meet the world’s needs for enhancing animal protein production.
Through the years, we’ve always been proud of our reputation, commitment, passion and expertise. And clients consistently tell us they appreciate our relentless focus on outstanding animal husbandry and our dedication to exploring and implementing the latest technological advancements.
We offer our clients industry-leading embryo transfer technologies, as well as advanced reproductive technologies—in vitro fertilization (IVF), sexed-semen, genetic preservation and cloning.
Thanks to our ongoing research and applied science, we are able to develop and implement new technologies that will help move the science of bovine genetic improvement forward.