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Lecturer/Clinical Educator In Small Animal Physiotherapy Grade 8

Employer
The University of Liverpool
Location
Liverpool, Merseyside
Salary
Salary £45,585 - £57,698 pa (plus, attractive CPD and pension package) pro rata
Closing date
14 Dec 2023
Phone number
0151 XXXXXXXX

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Sector
Academia, Small Animal, Veterinary
Job Type
Lecturer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time, Part Time

Job Details

The University of Liverpool

Faculty Of Health and Life Sciences

Institute Of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences

Department Of Small Animal Clinical Science

Lecturer/Clinical Educator In Small Animal Physiotherapy Grade 8

£45,585 - £57,698 pa (plus, attractive CPD and pension package) (pro rata)

This is an exciting opportunity to develop the physiotherapy service within the Small Animal Teaching Hospital (SATH), and to develop clinical educator training for the Veterinary Postgraduate Unit’s full-time and part-time physiotherapy postgraduate diploma (PgDip) and MSc programmes. 

You will be a registered Chartered physiotherapist with HCPC registration and ACPAT Category A membership and be able to provide evidence of significant experience in managing small animal patients and clinical educator training of veterinary physiotherapy students. Experience in developing or building a physiotherapy caseload is desirable.

Informal enquiries to Tom Maddox on the number provided or via email: tommad@liverpool.ac.uk  

For general information about the Faculty visit http://www.liv.ac.uk/vets/  [liv.ac.uk]

The post is available on a permanent basis from 1st January 2024.

The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received.

Job Ref: 069966

Closing Date: 14 December 2023

For full details and to apply online, click the Apply button.

Company

The School of Veterinary Science in Liverpool was the first veterinary school to be part of a University, and has always been a leading education provider for the vets of the future.

We are unique among British veterinary schools in having two on-site working farms as well as two referral hospitals, and three first opinion practices, (the practice has full hospitalisation and surgical facilities). This enables undergraduates to gain valuable hands-on experience of all aspects of veterinary practice: equine, large animal, and small animal.

Based on the main University of Liverpool campus, and at our dedicated Leahurst campus in Cheshire, we also offer postgraduate courses alongside a full calendar of day, evening, and onlineContinuing Professional Development courses for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, and chartered physiotherapists.

Our overriding aim is to be a centre for regional, national and international excellence in research and learning in animal health and welfare. We aim to produce the world’s best veterinary surgeons by providing relevant training underpinned with the latest scientific knowledge.

To this end we've developed energetic fundamental and clinical research programmes, together with world-renowned referral hospitals and University-owned farms that model new, best practice for professionals everywhere.

Throughout the School, our friendly and approachable staff view all students as future colleagues, whatever their eventual focus. We also place a big emphasis on investment for the future, with new teaching facilities at our Liverpool and Leahurst campuses helping us to create an environment of ‘learning through doing’. Our teaching suites incorporate small and large group tuition areas, clinical skills labs and the latest technology to encourage collaboration, discussion and debate.

But it's not all work and no play: there's an active and inclusive social scene, run by students for students. No wonder we were ranked 1st nationally in the Guardian University Guide 2015.

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School of Veterinary Science
Neston
CH64 7TE
GB

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