UNIVERSITY OF SURREY

Senior Anatomy Technician

Location
Guildford, Surrey (GB)
Salary
£26,495 to £28,098
Posted
10 Aug 2018
End of advertisement period
26 Aug 2018
Ref
061118
Academic Discipline
Life sciences, Veterinary Science
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Working within a team of technical staff, you will provide frontline technical support for undergraduate and postgraduate classes in the Veterinary Pathology Centre. You will provide advice and solutions for routine day-to-day problems in the specialist technical areas in which they are familiar and make recommendations for improvements in the efficiency of this service.

Previous technical experience in commercial or research pathology is essential. Key to your role, you must be skilled and experienced in anatomy dissection of various species. Key to this role is to support the Veterinary Pathology Centre’s undergraduate teaching classes, experience in supporting large classes is desirable. Within the role from time to time providing support to our pathologist when they are performing necropsies maybe asked of the Senior Anatomy Technician.

Working within University guidelines and procedures, you will instruct and demonstrate safe working practices on the use of specialist equipment.

We are looking for a highly motivated, organised senior technician to join the school of veterinary medicine, who is eager to learn new skills within pathology.

In addition to your salary you there will be excellent opportunities for future career development, a generous annual leave entitlement and relocation provision where appropriate. Our benefits package also includes an exclusive discounted membership package to the Surrey Sports Park and an on-site nursery.

For an informal discussion, please contact Miss Abbe Martyn on a.martyn@surrey.ac.uk or on 01483 683515

Please apply online at www.surrey.ac.uk/vacancies

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