Teaching fellow/Veterinary Lecturer in Farm Animal Management and Biosciences
- Job Reference: 0512-23
- Date Posted: Monday, 11 September 2023
- Application Closing Date: Sunday, 1 October 2023
- Location: Preston Campus
- Salary: £48,350 to £56,021 per annum
- Basis: Full Time
- Contract Type: Indefinite
- Job Category / Type: Academic / Research
- School / Service: School of Veterinary Medicine
- Hours: 37.00 hours per week
- Interview Date: To be confirmed
Are you ready to help us shape the future of veterinary medicine? The new School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Central Lancashire is the first facility of its kind to open in the county. As we prepare to welcome our first students this September, we're looking for ambitious individuals to take on the challenge of helping us train a new generation of highly skilled veterinary professionals who are committed to enhancing and promoting animal welfare.
We’re seeking to appoint 2 qualified practitioners in the field of farm animal management and biosciences. Working in state-of-the-art facilities alongside an international team of experienced veterinarians and animal scientists, you’ll lead on designing and delivering innovative teaching methods, materials and assessments, with a particular focus on farm animal husbandry and associated biosciences. You’ll also provide outstanding support to students at every stage of their journey.
Whether you’re based in practice or in higher education, your valuable skills will help us transform students into industry-ready graduates. You will have sound knowledge and practical experience of animal and/or veterinary sciences, including farm animal production systems, nutrition and physiology, plus associated technical and practical skills.
You’ll be joining an international, research-active institution that’s leading the way in modern learning today where you’ll get the opportunities you need to advance your career and expertise, including coaching, mentoring and leadership support. We encourage all colleagues to undertake continuous professional development and you’ll be able to network with fellow professionals and access a huge range of free online courses through LinkedIn Learning.
We offer fantastic benefits, including a competitive salary, generous relocation package and 35 days annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays and 4 extra discretionary days off at Christmas). You will be able to join an occupational pension scheme and have the chance to sign up to an Additional Voluntary Contribution (AVC) plan. Many roles offer opportunities for flexible working.
We’re committed to supporting your physical and mental health and wellbeing. All staff benefit from discounts on gym membership, dental care, optical care and physiotherapy, plus the chance to opt in to a Medicash healthcare scheme. We also offer free professional counselling, support from our occupational health team, and more.
We are proud to be a diverse, multicultural university and we have several staff networks dedicated to championing equality, diversity and inclusion. We particularly welcome applications from individuals who will support our development of a culture that’s inclusive and open to all.
For the Veterinary Lecturer level, if you have no teaching experience you will be given access to workshops and other learning activities which will accelerate your development as an academic.
We have a range of opportunities to join our School, to view the details please visit https://uclan.ac.uk/veterinary-recruitment-jobs
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