Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Tāwharau Ora, the School of Veterinary Sciences at Massey University, invites applications for the position of Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care based in the mighty Manawatu of New Zealand. This is a permanent full-time position.
WHY YOU ARE RIGHT FOR THIS ROLE
If you an experienced companion animal clinician with an advanced qualification in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) and are passionate about veterinary education, including clinical teaching, then this is the ideal opportunity for you.
The position is suited to an experienced ECC specialist, with excellent communication skills and the ability to work efficiently and effectively within a team. We are looking for a person who shows initiative, has a strategic perspective, and is solution focussed and collaborative.
In this role you will provide clinical medicine services to clients of the ECC service within the Veterinary Teaching Hospital as well as providing lectures, tutorials and case-based instruction to veterinary undergraduates, interns and residents. Depending on your background, there is the opportunity to develop or expand on your research focus. Participation in clinical research and related scholarly activity is strongly encouraged. You will also contribute to course coordination, clinical roster leadership, academic group functions and mentorship of academic staff.
Ideally, you will:
- Have great interpersonal skills and EQ
- Be motivated and organised
- Be a team player
- Be adaptable, positive, and collaborative
- Have a record of successful supervision of residents and junior staff
- Have an advanced qualification in veterinary ECC such as Diplomate or Fellowship status
- Have a record of scholarly outputs, including peer-reviewed publications, within the field of companion animal ECC
- You must hold a veterinary degree registrable in New Zealand.
We embrace diversity, talent and performance, and provide staff and students with an extensive range of opportunities to develop intellectually, professionally and personally.
WHY Massey School of Veterinary Science?
Tāwharau Ora, Massey’s School of Veterinary Science (SoVS) runs the Bachelor of Veterinary Science programme, a 5-year full-time degree programme with an annual intake of around 125 students. Our programme is accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, The Australasian Veterinary Boards Council and the Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association. We have a suite of postgraduate programmes, providing Masters and Doctoral level training and a range of residency programmes, as well as providing continuing education to the broader veterinary profession.
The SoVS has research and teaching strengths in veterinary clinical education, epidemiology, veterinary pathology, animal health and welfare, biosecurity, and wildlife conservation. We are ranked 19th in the world in the QS Rankings and 36th in the world in the 2021 Shanghai Rankings.
Our Māori name, Tāwharau Ora, encapsulates our aim as a School to strive to be a place of wellbeing, healing and recovery for people and animals. Our mission is to advance animal and human wellbeing and environmental sustainability, through veterinary education and research for Aotearoa New Zealand and the world. Our vision is to be world-renowned as the veterinary school that everyone wants to be part of.
SEEKING WORK / LIFE FLEXIBILITY
If you are not familiar with Palmerston North, it is a family-friendly, eminently bikeable, compact city of approximately 86,000 people and is centrally located in the North Island of New Zealand https://www.manawatunz.co.nz/live-work/working-here/. We are a welcoming, friendly, multi-cultural city, with excellent parks and schools and easy access to outdoor activities such as hiking, road and mountain biking, outstanding golf courses and surfing. The city has a lively café culture, abundant restaurants, a diverse range of community groups, and hosts large local and national level cultural events.
During your downtime, less than a two-hour drive away from Palmerston North you can be immersed in the vibrant culture of our capital city Wellington, touring our world-renowned wine-growing country in the sunny Hawkes Bay, snow skiing on Mt Ruapehu, or water skiing at Lake Taupo.
If you are ready for a change and are looking for a position that can provide you with professional and intellectual opportunities as well as an appealing lifestyle, please contact us for more information:
Dr Ivayla Yozova (I.Yozova@massey.ac.nz ) or Dr Jane Langton Burnell (J.LangtonBurnell@massey.ac.nz ).
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