Staff Clinician/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/ Professor in Veterinary
Diagnostic Imaging (Clinical Educator Track)
Nr. Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
We invite applications for a Staff Clinician/Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor or Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in the Department of Clinical Science and Services. The service is integrated into the large team of specialists within RVC Equine, located in our Hawkshead Campus, a 15-minute train ride from the centre of cosmopolitan London and near a number of international airports.
The position will appeal to those that enjoy working in a collaborative and supportive team environment that offers flexibility and family-friendly working patterns. We welcome newly trained specialists looking for a large collegiate team to further consolidate their skills, as well as more established specialists that thrive in teaching and want a better work-life blend.
You will be expected to take an active role in the clinical activities of the section, providing an efficient and proactive approach to clinical duties resulting in the highest standards of clinical care for patients as well as undertake an active role in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical teaching including formal and informal group teaching and seminars for undergraduates. You will also be expected to supervise and mentor postgraduate students as required.
The section is equipped with a 0.27T MRI (Hallmarq), a CT (GE Ultralight 16 slice for standing horses and horses under GA), a gamma camera (MIE), high end ultrasound unit (GE Vivid E9), digital radiography (Fuji DR, SoundEklin) with a high output generator (Siemens, Polydoros) and multiple portable x-ray units. A a 1.5T MRI (Philips Intera) is available for imaging of the equine head in the associated Queen Mother Hospital for Small Animals.
We are looking for candidates with a RCVS registrable degree in veterinary science, who hold or are eligible to sit the examination for a postgraduate diploma in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. A background in research work in one of the College’s areas of special interest and a PhD, although desirable, are not essential.
(Lecturer in Equine diagnostic Imaging).
For further information and details of how to apply please visit our website: www.rvc.ac.uk
Job reference Closing date: 3rd June Interviews likely to take place: 24th June
We promote equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We also will consider flexible work requests