Lecturer / Senior Lecturer In Veterinary Pathology
Massey University
Manawatu-wanganui, New Zealand
6d ago
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  • Job description : Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Veterinary Pathology Position Purpose The purpose of this position is to prepare and teach into subjects relating to anatomical pathology and toxicology;
  • supervise postgraduate students and residents; undertake research and scholarship; and contribute to the functions of the University and broader profession, when required.

    Department : Pathobiology, School of Veterinary Science Location : Turitea Palmerston North Reports to : Responsible to the Head of School with day to day supervision by a nominated member of academic staff responsible for Pathobiology.

    Job Title : Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Veterinary Pathology Key relationships : Internal School of Veterinary Science staff, Massey University staff, students External Veterinarians Context : 1 Massey core capabilities 2 Accountabilities Teaching Prepare and present lectures, laboratory sessions, seminars, tutorials and clinical instruction for undergraduate and postgraduate students, interns and residents in anatomical pathology.

    Help to develop the content, presentation and scope of subjects to be taught in anatomical pathology and toxicology Contribute actively to the advanced academic functions of the School by Research engaging personally in research or scholarship in anatomical pathology.

  • This shall include : ? devising research projects; ? seeking funds and other resources to conduct research projects; ? engagement in collaborative research ventures as appropriate;
  • encouraging and supervising postgraduate student research as appropriate; ? presenting research findings at meetings; ?
  • preparing and publishing research findings in refereed journals; and ? conducting other research-related activities as appropriate.

  • Act to minimise threats to health and safety of staff and students. Academic Administration ? Ensure that all teaching, research and other activities which involve the use of animals or their tissues are conducted according to the law and conform with the requirements of the Massey University Code of Ethical Conduct for the use of Live Animals for Teaching and Research.
  • Contribute to meeting the administrative needs of the University, internally and externally, by participating in School, College and University functions as carried out by Boards, Committees, working parties, groups and offices as may be required or approved from time to time by the Head of School.
  • Promote University academic and professional interests by serving government, community, professional, educational or other organisations in external capacities which utilise and promulgate specialist academic and technical knowledge, skills and other expertise, as approved from time to time by the School Head.
  • Contribute to continuing education and professional development for veterinarians. ? Other reasonable duties as specified by the Head of School.
  • 3 Qualifications and Experience Qualifications : A veterinary degree which can be registered with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand is essential.

    Board certification by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, the European College of Veterinary Pathologists or Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Pathology, or eligibility to sit for certification or fellowship in the above is essential.

    A PhD in anatomical pathology or toxicology is desirable. ? Experience in diagnostic pathology is essential. Experience : ?

    Some experience in diagnostic clinical pathology is desirable. ? Experience in veterinary teaching and postgraduate training in anatomical pathology and toxicology is desirable.

  • Research experience in veterinary pathology and toxicology is desirable. ? Knowledge of New Zealand's animal production systems and disease systems is desirable.
  • 4 Capabilities : ? The candidate should be passionate about pathology service and Capability teaching. ? The candidate should be capable of establishing a strong clinical Essentialresearch programme.

  • Demonstrated ability to design and conduct research projects and publish results is desirable ? The candidate must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, and be willing and able to foster high class working relationships with students, interns, staff, clients and veterinarians.
  • The candidate must be able to work as a part of a cohesive team. 5 Pre-employment checks Pre-employment checks : ? Requirement 6
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