Clinical Teaching Associate in Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery
We have an exciting opportunity for a veterinary surgeon to join our expanding team as a Clinical Teaching Associate in Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery.
Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery is a core discipline in the clinical veterinary curriculum and final year students rotate through this team as a core rotation in which skills must be assessed as part of the RCVS accredited programme. Farm Animal Clinical Studies covers all production animals and many aspects are required as key Day One Competencies by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Working in collaboration with, Clinical Veterinarians, Clinical Training Scholars and the Large Animal Nursing and Technician teams, this role will take responsibility for the teaching of Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery to clinical veterinary students. Specifically to deliver didactic lecture and practical teaching to each of the 1st, 4th and 5th years and also group instruction in clinical aspects of Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery, often with the use of the clinical skills facilities and the University Farm.
You will have completed:
- A veterinary degree registerable with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
- A postgraduate qualification in a field of Production Animal Medicine, e.g. DipECBHM or DipECSRHM
In return we offer a supportive and engaging environment with generous paid annual leave (33 days for full time employees, plus public holidays). In addition we are able to provide competitive staff benefits and services, including family friendly policies, numerous discounts on shopping, health care, financial services, and public transport. We also offer defined benefits pension schemes and tax-efficient bicycle, car lease and charity-giving schemes
Informal enquiries about this role, please contact Natalie Wills on email@example.com
Further particulars for the role and information about the Department are available here: www.vet.cam.ac.uk
Closing date is 22 May 2022
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