Trans Ova Genetics offers a summer internship program that is designed to give students who have a passion for the animal science and reproduction industry a hands-on and real-world experience in the area of reproductive technologies. The internship typically runs from mid-May to mid-August.
Assist professional service team with chute side procedures.
Maintain accurate records of procedures and data entry.
Provide excellent client service in-clinic and on-farm.
Low stress handling of recipient and donor animals through working facilities.
Assist with preparation and packing for on-farm road trips.
Prepare chute rooms for daily work load as outlined by weekly work schedule.
Successfully complete a project and presentation on a topic related to repro or TOG.
Maintain a professional image reflective of Trans Ova's industry position.
Follow Trans Ova's policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Students must have completed their sophomore year of undergraduate studies in Animal Science/Biotechnology or a related degree. Veterinary Medicine students are also encouraged to apply. It is preferred that students have already completed a course in reproduction.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Job requires ability to work in adverse/outdoor conditions, good physical mobility and above average strength/conditioning. Animals, especially if handled improperly, can cause injury. Ability to lift 50 lbs. and be on feet walking, or standing for long periods of time.
Students must have the ability to travel.
Must have valid driver's license.
Must be able to operate a company vehicle.
Must be organized and have effective communication skills.
Excellent cattle handling skills and patience are required.