Senior Clinical Scholar (Resident) in Bovine Health Management (with MVM)

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Location
Glasgow
Salary
Initial stipend £19,540 (PAYE / TAX exempt)
Posted
21 Jan 2019
Closes
22 Feb 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Contract

Looking for further clinical training and qualifications?

Interested in large herd management and data assessment?

Intrigued by undertaking research into responsible antimicrobial usage in the UK?

Ambitious to build bridges between the veterinary, agricultural and food supply sectors?

Glasgow University and Lidl Supermarkets seek a veterinary graduate with at least 12 months farm animal experience. The successful applicant will have progressive responsibilities including delivery of routine veterinary herd health services on both dairy and beef units, herd problem investigation visits and primary care of individual animals (on farm and referred). They will study towards the European Diploma in Bovine Health Management and complete a Masters in Veterinary Medicine through clinical research, related to responsible antimicrobial usage in the Scottish Dairy Sector, over a 4 year period (renewed annually, subject to satisfactory progress).

Initial stipend £19,540 (PAYE / TAX exempt) which rises to £21,110 by the fourth year plus £1,500 CPD allowance per annum.

For informal enquiries or to submit a CV please contact Martin Tomlinson by clicking the apply button.

Closing date for applications: Friday 22 February 2019

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