Veterinarian/Senior Veterinarian in Pastoral Livestock Health and Parasitology
School of Veterinary Science
Are you passionate about the pastoral livestock (sheep, beef cattle, deer) industries but want a change from clinical practice? Are you interested in teaching with a desire to train the next generation of rural professionals?
An exciting opportunity exists at Massey University's School of Veterinary Science for an enthusiastic, organised NZ-registerable veterinarian to deliver planned on-farm clinical teaching along with set-piece (practical, tutorial, lecture) teaching in pastoral livestock health, production and parasitology. In this teaching role you will be working with some of the brightest young people around, training veterinary science, veterinary technology, animal science and agriculture students. You will be part of a supportive and dynamic team of veterinarians and animal scientists. As an extra bonus - no on-call! There is the potential for this to be a part-time role.
Massey University is based in the mighty Manawatū. Why live in the Manawatū? Check it out - https://www.manawatunz.co.nz/live-work/ and https://bit.ly/36TfIoo
The School of Veterinary Science advances knowledge in animal health and welfare, biosecurity, conservation and sustainable productivity. We are a world-leader in our field, working with governments, other universities, international and national organisations and companies to improve animal health and production, and human health.
- over 1000 students
- 250 staff
- 170 research programmes.
Enquiries are welcome and should be directed, in confidence, to Dr Anne Ridler (A.L.Ridler@massey.ac.nz or phone 06 356 9099 extn 85170).
Closing date: 5 January 2019
For further information and to apply online, visit: http://masseyunicareers.nga.net.nz