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£20,950 - £35,014 (dependent upon position, experience and qualifications)
We are looking to appoint either a Curriculum Leader and or Lecturer for our Veterinary Nursing provision.
The Curriculum Leader role will entail leading the vet nursing staff in the continuous improvement of standards of both teaching and learning and pastoral care by supporting the team in their roles and encouraging the implementation of innovative techniques and the robust use of the college’s policies and procedures.
Your main focus will be as Head of the VN Centre to lead and develop the Vet Nursing curriculum at both FE and HE level and to ensure co-ordination with leaners, lecturers, training practices and clinical coaches. This will include continued development of the vet nurse team to enable our learners to achieve the highest possible outcomes during their time at college.
If you are interested in the teaching side and not the management aspects of the role, we would be willing to consider applicants for a Lecturer role delivering c850 contact hours per annum over the teaching weeks.
In either role you will deliver a broad range of Vet Nurse units on the Sparsholt campus and a Vet Nursing qualification and registration is essential. Experience of teaching is desirable but not essential since the college can offer an extensive support package. The post holder will hold, or be willing to attain, a recognised teaching qualification, and will be expected to be self-motivated and a good communicator.
Please set out clearly on the application form whether you are applying for the Lecturer role and/or Curriculum Leader role. The salary range for a Lecturer position is £20,950 - £32,241 and the range for the Curriculum Leader role is £28,806 - £35,014.
Closing Date: 22 April 2019
There is a nursery on the Sparsholt campus operated by a commercial provider
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