University of Glasgow
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
Lecturer/Clinician (or Teaching Assistant) in Veterinary Gross Pathology
Vacancy Ref: 067587
Salary: Grade, level 6/7/8, £29,614 – £33,309/£36,382 – £40,927/£44,706 – £51,799 per annum
The University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine are looking to appoint a Lecturer/Clinician (or Teaching Assistant) in Veterinary Gross Pathology to assist/facilitate and contribute to the School’s post-mortem teaching and take oversight of the management of the veterinary post mortem service and facilities.
You will facilitate and develop research projects, based on material derived from the post-mortem facility, in association with other academics within the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences. You will also contribute to the College’s objectives relevant to national and international excellence in clinical service, teaching and research.
The post-mortem facility, as well as being an important teaching environment for pathology and veterinary public health, is a central part of the School’s integrated clinical services which first and foremost underpin our teaching mission but also serve an important role in generating income. Activity within the post-mortem facility is required to sustain both undergraduate teaching and the postgraduate training including the residency training programme as well as continued professional development e.g. Official Veterinarian (OV).
Our world class learning environment, where we embrace blended learning within our integrated, spiral veterinary curriculum has been ranked UK #1 for Veterinary Medicine in the Complete University Guide 2020 for the 2nd year running and is in the top 10 QS World University Rankings for Veterinary Science 2021.
The School has an international reputation in teaching, clinical services and research and is accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), the European Association of Establishments of Veterinary Education (EAEVE) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
For the post of Teaching Assistant, we welcome applications from candidates with a BSc in Veterinary Bioscience, Anatomy or a related subject (equivalent to Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 10). For the post of Lecturer/Clinician you will be required to hold a veterinary degree registerable with theRoyal College of Veterinary Surgeons or BSc(Hons) in Veterinary Bioscience, Anatomy or a related subject, with a postgraduate qualification (equivalent to Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 11).
The post is open ended and full time.
Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Pamela Johnston, Head of Division of Pathology, Public Health and Disease Investigation and Clinical Director of Veterinary Diagnostic Services
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