Applications are invited for the role of University Lecturer or University Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery (soft tissue or orthopaedics), available from 1 March 2020. This is an exciting opportunity for you to provide academic leadership in small animal surgery in the Department, in order to conduct research through collaboration with colleagues, and to develop new research directions. The individual appointed is expected to achieve and sustain a clear national and international profile in research and in the clinical practices of small animal surgery. The Department has outstanding research and clinical excellence in surgery, notably relating to the management of brachycephalic dogs, and in comparative musculoskeletal research. Many leading academic veterinary surgeons undertook their PhD and/or specialist training in the Department, and this post is an opportunity to capitalise on, and enhance, this reputation.
You must be a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, or hold a veterinary degree qualifying you for membership; be an active Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgery or the American College of Veterinary Surgery; have a PhD in a relevant area; have undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in lecturing and small group teaching; and have a track record in research and publication.
Further information: follow link below. Informal enquiries: Professor James Wood, Head of Department, firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the Department: www.vet.cam.ac.uk
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Interviews will be held: To be confirmed after the closing date
Please quote reference PP21446 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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