We are seeking an enthusiastic RCVS-registered veterinary surgeon with expertise in veterinary public health for a Teaching Fellow post. The successful applicant will join a team of fellow professionals within the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Surrye, committed to providing excellence in teaching for the benefit of a new generation of vets.
Our Teaching Fellows play an important role in influencing the future of the veterinary profession. As such, you will have a passion for your subject, experience of working in a veterinary public health environment and a strong commitment to delivering excellent teaching. Previous experience in teaching and supervision of students studying veterinary sciences or related disciplines is desirable. Enthusiasm and a willingness to work flexibly and creatively in different contexts are essential, alongside excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills. In the role, you will use your skills and experience to deliver high quality teaching and assessment within the field of veterinary public health. A key focus will be to support teaching on the final year veterinary public health rotation which includes accompanying students on off-site visits as part of their veterinary training.
The University of Surrey offers an excellent multidisciplinary environment within which to advance your career and you will have the opportunity to work with experts from world class veterinary institutes and practices through our many collaborative partnerships.
The University offers an attractive salary package, a substantial holiday allowance, pension scheme and a 10% salary uplift for RCVS-registered staff.
Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Martha Betson, Head of the Department of Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health via email at email@example.com.