Vacancy Embryo Transfer Veterinarian

Embryo Transfer Veterinarian | Geno SA - Breeding for better lives | LinkedIn

About the job

Geno SA ( is the breeding organization of Norwegian Red, the main dairy breed in Norway. Geno's breeding program is based on science and continuous research and development in the areas of breeding and genetics, fertility and artificial insemination. Geno is owned by over 8,000 dairy farmers nationwide and has over 200 employees. Geno exports semen to more than 30 countries and has an annual turnover of 420 million NOK. Our AI-station is located in Stange, Norway.


Geno is currently seeking an experienced Veterinarian in embryo production to fill a permanent position in the Production Department.


Your main responsibilities are:

  • Coordination and execution of embryo production from Norwegian Red heifers in our breeding station at Store Ree with both MOET and OPU-IVP techniques
  • Laboratory procedures for MOET embryos (skills in laboratory procedures of IVP are not required, though considered as an advantage)
  • Quality control of embryos
  • Control of heifer management in collaboration with barn staff



  • DVM, authorized veterinarian in an EU country
  • Good skills in superovulation and embryo flushing
  • Good skills in OPU
  • Good skills in bovine reproduction
  • Good skills on laboratory procedures of MOET embryos
  • Good collaboration skills
  • Self-oriented, problem solving and teamwork attitude
  • Fluent in English
  • Flexible


We offer:

  • An international working environment with challenging assignments
  • Competitive salary levels
  • Attractive insurance and pension system


For more information please contact:

Vilde Granne Kvale , +47 976 05 520

Marja Mikkola


Applications should be sent to within March 1st, 2021


Coordinates Store Ree:


Lat       60.6882482

Lon       11.1656124

WGS 84

Lat       60º 41' 17.694''

Lon       11º 9' 56.205''

UTM 33

X          290665

Y          6734175

Job Details


  • Biotechnology

Employment Type


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