Laboratory Technician, Pathology
FHMS Central Faculty Admin
Salary: £23,334 to £24,771
Post Type: Full Time
Closing Date: Sunday 06 January 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Post-mortem technician in the School of Veterinary Medicine, supporting our Pathology based teaching, research and commercial programmes within the Veterinary Pathology Centre
The School of Veterinary Medicine aims to create a wealth of new knowledge of the animal world, taking a multi-disciplinary approach to veterinary education and research and creating the veterinary leaders of the future. With over £45m of investment, international and multi-partner collaborations, coupled with a multi-disciplinary approach and state-of-the-art equipment, teaching and research facilities, it could open up a world of possibilities for you too. So join us at the forefront of developments in veterinary sciences.
Working as part of the Pathology technical staff you will help delivering a high standard of technical support for Post-mortem teaching, research and commercial activities within our new purpose built facilities.
Ideally you will have an understanding of ACDP2, 3SAPO3 & ASPA regulations, possess good meat cutting skills in a physically demanding role. You will also have experience of managing people and resources, and a solid understanding of relevant health and safety issues. A working knowledge and/or experience of working in CL3 Facilities would be desirable.
If you are enthusiastic, keen to join a School of Veterinary Medicine that is motivated to do things differently and be part of a team delivering pathology to the veterinary community, we would be delighted to hear from you. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact:
Tom Hussey @ T.Hussey@surrey.ac.uk
Jon Cooper @ Jonathan.email@example.com
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