School of Veterinary Science
The University of Queensland, Gatton, Australia
The School of Veterinary Science, The University of Queensland, Gatton Campus has casual positions available for tutoring and teaching undergraduate veterinary science and veterinary technology students. The successful applicants will be veterinarians, or veterinary nurses/technicians. Postgraduate students in the veterinary fields or experienced tutors in preclinical disciplines are also encouraged to apply.
For advanced veterinary clinical skills training and clinical settings registration in Queensland, a minimum of three years’ clinical experience with demonstrable surgical skills and experience would be an asset. We are looking for experience in both small animal and large animal clinical activities as well as preclinical discipline tutors and teachers.
The practical and teaching skills we are looking for are:
- Husbandry procedures all species
- Clinical examination of large animals
- Clinical examination of small animals
- Small animal anaesthesia and general anaesthesia skills
- Animal reproduction and theriogenology
- Sheep, porcine and bovine theriogenology
- Preclinical animal reproduction lecturing and tutoring
- Surgical procedures
- Small animal
- Soft tissue,
- Small Animal desexing
- Large animal
- Preclinical teaching in foundational disciplines including anatomy and physiology
The school provides a structured paid Tutor Training Program (1 day). Mentoring and training by the discipline lead will be provided for successful applicants.
For surgery techniques, training and review of videos will need to be completed before engaging with the students in surgical practicals. This is to ensure the tutor has a clear understanding of the techniques and procedures being taught to students and to ensure that all tutors convey the same information to students. Practical classes typically run from 3 to 5 hours and will be primarily conducted in the school’s Clinical Studies Centre.
Classes take place in teaching weeks of both semesters. Typically this is from around the end of February to the end of May for semester one and from the end of July to the end of October for semester two.
For surgery skills Veterinarians interested in applying - contact Dr Steve Zedler on firstname.lastname@example.org
For animal reproduction and theriogenology - contact Dr Gry Boe-Hansen on email@example.com
General enquiries to Dr Rachel Allavena firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: 4 July 2021
Job No: 514813