Lecturer in Veterinary Public Health
The University of Surrey is an international University with a world-class research profile and an enterprising spirit. Inventive and forward-thinking, our heritage demonstrates a recurring theme of doing things differently – and achieving notable results. We are expanding our activity under our One Health – One Medicine agenda, and we opened a new School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013.
The University offers excellent facilities to advance both research and teaching skills. You will have the opportunity to work with experts from world class veterinary institutes and practices through our many collaborative partnerships. You will use your skills to further develop veterinary teaching and research, within the new School of Veterinary Medicine within the field of veterinary public health. This will allow you to directly contribute towards training the multi-disciplinary veterinary leaders of the future.
We are currently recruiting for a Lecturer in veterinary public health. You will have a good track record and detailed knowledge of state veterinary medicine and its application to the food chain. You will have proven experience of advancing research within your field and of having made a recognised contribution to the field of veterinary sciences through professional activities.
This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to play a leading and important role in helping shape our new School of Veterinary Medicine. Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Alex Cook, Head of the Department of Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health via: firstname.lastname@example.org
In return we can offer a competitive remuneration package, which includes relocation assistance where appropriate, the latest teaching facilities access to a variety of staff development opportunities, leisure facilities and childcare assistance.
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