Lecturer in Animal Welfare/ Veterinary medicine.
Job Reference: MOU18
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 22/08/2012
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Lecturer in Animal Welfare & Management - specialising in Veterinary medicine.
Salary: £23,393.00 - £37,755.00 per annum
Due to our continued growth again in students wishing to study for qualifications in animal welfare and related subjects we now seek innovative, experienced and self-motivated individuals, ideally with teaching experience, to make a significant contribution to a team of staff delivering a range of courses from entry to post-graduate degree level. A pre-requisite of this post is a background specialising in Veterinary medicine (large and small animal) and animal physiotherapy. The College has made continuous and substantial investments in resources and this is an exciting opportunity to work in an expanding subject area during the next phase of its development.
About the College
Moulton is one of the UK's leading specialist Colleges providing education and training in the natural, built and recreational environments, from pre-entry to Postgraduate degree level. Moulton has experienced unprecedented growth and development over the last decade and is now one of the largest specialist colleges in the UK, with around 5500 student FTEs, 800 staff and a turnover in excess of £28.5 million p.a. With high levels of learner achievement and significant and continuous investment in resources, the College enjoys superb facilities within a rural environment.
The College judged by Ofsted to be 'Outstanding' in all areas; holds the Investor in People, Career Mark, Matrix and Basic Skills Agency awards, is a Centre of Vocational Excellence in Construction, holds LSIS Beacon Status and was ranked highly in the Sunday Times Best Places to Work in the Public Sector List for 2012.
Main duties and responsibilities:
*To teach students attending full-time, part-time, short courses and apprenticeships as directed by the Head of Faculty
*To act as a course tutor to full-time, part-time groups and apprentices and undertake the associated organisation, administration, and monitoring of attendance including the collection of data for course evaluation.
*To tutor other student and trainee groups including the maintenance of records of achievement and undertaking placement visits.
*To counsel students and maintain discipline as required.
*To participate in the recruitment of students including attendance at Shows and Careers Conventions.
*To participate in curriculum development to meet the needs of changing industrial demand and College development.
*To participate in demonstrations and practical activities with students and trainees on all courses.
*To participate in internal verification, auditing and other quality monitoring processes to ensure that all learners, customers and clients receive exemplary service and attention at all times.
*To assist in the maintenance and sustainable development of resources and commercial activities.
Experience, Skills and Qualifications:
Applicants will preferably hold graduate or equivalent level qualifications in Animal Welfare & Management - specialising in Veterinary medicine or related disciplines, together with relevant teaching and/or industrial experience in the Animal Welfare & Management or 'Not for Profit' sectors. A relevant assessor qualification will be an advantage as will a formal teaching qualification.
Sound administrative and IT skills are essential as is the ability to communicate effectively, manage workloads and changing priorities and work effectively as part of a team.
For a comprehensive list of duties and requirements, please refer to the college job description.
Hours: Full time.
Closing date for completed applications is: 3rd September 2012
To apply, please follow the job board application instructions. You will then be sent a web link to an online application form. Please note that this College does NOT accept CV's.