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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Small Ruminant Health and Flock Management

Pathobiology and Population Sciences
Location:  Nr. Potters Bar, Herts
Salary:  £46,618 to £66,289
per annum including London Weighting
Closing Date:   Sunday 23 February 2020
Interview Date:   Thursday 12 March 2020
Reference:   PPS-0264-19

We have an exciting opening for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Small Ruminant Health and Flock Management to join the Department of Pathobiology and Population Sciences. The position will be based at our Hawkshead Campus but will also involve interacting with a number of our collaborative teaching partners in Hertfordshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Devon to truly integrate our small ruminant teaching across all five years of the BVetMed course.

Applicants should have clinical veterinary experience of working in the small ruminant sector and will be keen to teach small ruminant medicine and flock management to undergraduate and post graduate level. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic teacher who is capable of delivering existing teaching and helping with the development of new courses. Whilst not essential, candidates holding the European College of Small Ruminant Health Management diploma will be an advantage.

We are looking to fill a full time position in this role, but we will consider two part-time appointments to fulfil a full time post if suitable candidates are available.

This post is suitable for someone with a Veterinary Degree that is registerable with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and those with existing teaching experience and/or relevant postgraduate qualifications will be at an advantage (clinical diploma, Post Graduate Certificate in Education). A record of published research is beneficial.

Prospective applicants wishing to discuss this position informally are encouraged to contact the Head of the Farm Animal Health and Production Group, Dr. Richard Booth, on +44(0)1707 666 211 or email:

We offer a generous reward package.

For further information and to apply on-line please visit our website:
Job reference PPS-0264-19

Closing date: 23 February 2020
Interviews will be held on: 12 March 2020

We promote equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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The RVC values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. Balancing both the needs of the business with those of our staff, we will consider applications to work on a flexible basis where possible.