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Veterinary Lecturer – Clinical Facilitator

Job Type: Part time Employer: SRUC – Scotland’s Rural College Sector: Research/ Academia
  • Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom View on Map
  • Post Date: 02/07/2024
  • Apply Before: 21/07/2024
  • Salary: £50,537.00 - £54,041.00 / Annually
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  • Qualifications MRCVS/ DVM / VMD (Veterinary degree)
  • Benefits Other see below
  • Flexible Work Yes
  • Will support visa sponsorship Yes
  • Role Purpose Veterinary Surgeon Clinical Facilitation Lecturing
  • Bonuses / Salary Uplifts Attractive benefits
  • Working Hours 7.4 hrs per week

Job Description

About The Team:

School of Veterinary Medicine

The first new School of Veterinary Medicine in Scotland for 150 years.

Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has developed an innovative new School of Veterinary Medicine. We have a clear ambition to promote the resilience of our graduates to sustainably support the animals and rural communities at the heart of Scotland’s Natural Economy’.

Wayne Powell, SRUC Principal and CEO. ‘We are an ambitious institution with a bold vision for the future. This is a ground-breaking model to expand access to educational opportunities and broaden the range of potential students who would not ordinarily be able to attend a School of Veterinary Medicine. It will also help solve existing skills shortages across Scotland’.

The Opportunity:

We are currently seeking to appoint 5 part-time Veterinary Lecturers (Clinical Facilitators) to work one day per week.

We are seeking highly motivated Veterinary Surgeons to share clinical experience, to highlight and help students integrate learning gained in the foundation years of Veterinary Medicine and to understand it’s clinical relevance.

Key responsibilities:

  • Responsibility and supervision for a specified small group of students.
  • Creation of comprehensive case studies to facilitate student understanding of the importance of basic sciences to the management of clinical scenarios.
  • Facilitate discussion of clinical scenarios in a first opinion (primary care setting) context.

Responsibilities:

Learning, Teaching and Scholarship

  • Design, develop and deliver a range of teaching materials across a subject area.
  • Active participation in student tutorial and educational support.
  • Contribute as required to skills training.
  • Involvement in the development of subject based pedagogy, where appropriate and applying knowledge derived from clinical practice and/or scholarship to teaching.
  • Involvement in continuing professional development in relation to teaching and, where appropriate, related professional practices.
  • Aid in the delivery and assessment of practical (OSCE) assessments.

Clinical

  • Adhere to best practice and be a guardian of compliance with the Veterinary Surgeons Code of Conduct.
  • Maintain an awareness of emerging and novel clinical approaches, in order to benefit SRUC’s undergraduate and partnership networks.

Minimum Qualifications:

This post would suit a clinically experienced, RCVS registered veterinary surgeon (Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 11 or equivalent).

For full person specification, please read the Job Particulars document.

Eligibility for Sponsorship

For the purposes of sponsorship, this role may be eligible for sponsorship depending on candidate circumstances.

Admin ref: ANF/VET/005/24

Why work for SRUC?

  • Generous annual leave
  • Enhanced pension contributions
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Discounted RAC Membership
  • Generous family leave
  • Flexible working patterns
  • Hybrid working solutions (in some areas)
  • Tailored investment in and individuals’ learning and development

How to Apply:

Please complete the online application form by clicking on this link.

Please read the Job Particulars document before applying.

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  • % Travel 0
  • Qualifications MRCVS/ DVM / VMD (Veterinary degree)
  • Benefits Other see below
  • Flexible Work Yes
  • Will support visa sponsorship Yes
  • Role Purpose Veterinary Surgeon Clinical Facilitation Lecturing
  • Bonuses / Salary Uplifts Attractive benefits
  • Working Hours 7.4 hrs per week

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