Behavioral Management Program Manager, Veterinary Medicine
Tulane University Covington, LA Full-time Veterinary
Posted on September 8, 2022
Under the direction of the head of behavioral management, the Behavioral Management Program Manager will oversee the operation and continuous improvement of the TNPRC Behavioral Management Program, including the social management of non-human primates, physical enrichment, animal training, and behavioral interventions. This individual will supervise and organize the daily duties and workload allocation of the Primate Behavioral Management Technicians to ensure that they follow appropriate protocols and achieve the goals of the Behavioral Management program. The Manager will, on a timely basis, compile and analyze data to report progress of the implementation and outcomes of our program activities to the head of behavioral management for use in analyzing trends and making program decisions. This individual will be responsible for identifying problems with program implementation and developing recommended solutions. He/she will engage key stakeholders to ensure that problems are communicated and resolved successfully. The Manager will develop, deliver and/or coordinate all personnel training activities related to the behavioral management program.
May be designated as essential personnel during a storm/natural disaster. If required to work during a closure, employee must provide accurate and current contact information and is responsible for maintaining communication with TNPRC. Failure to report to work when requested by supervisor or manager will result in disciplinary action as outlined by the Staff Handbook.
Failure to meet established performance standards in the performance of the job duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description (or as otherwise assigned); and/or failure to interact courteously and tactfully with managers, co-workers, customers and/or vendors such that productivity or departmental morale suffers will result in management’s taking the appropriate disciplinary action as outlined in the Staff Handbook.
Employee attendance must meet established work schedules. Faithfulness in coming to work, being on time, planning absences in advance when possible, and calling in when unavoidably detained from reporting for work is an essential requirement of the job.