This is a post-graduate training position (Residency) incorporating a taught Masters in small animal emergency and critical care (ECC). The main role of the post-graduate student will be to join a team that provides the referral service in canine and feline ECC for Langford Vets. You will receive training in all aspects of ECC, and will be expected to study for the postgraduate ECVECC Diploma. You will also contribute to undergraduate teaching as part of the undergraduate ECC clinical rotation. It will incorporate a fixed term scholarship working towards a taught Masters in Veterinary Science.
How to apply: Please make an online application for this studentship. Please select MSc in Veterinary Science on the Programme Choice page. Please ensure that you clearly state which pathway you wish to apply for in your personal statement. If assistance is needed when completing the application form please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0117 331 6824
Start date: 10th July 2017 for the Residency
Interviews will take place 5th – 9th June 2017
Stipend £18,096 per annum + living allowance (Tax Free)
Mode of Attendance Full time
Programme duration 3Years
Application Closing date 2nd June 2017
The candidate will ideally be at least 2 years post graduation and have completed an internship with experience of working in the emergency and critical care setting. Teaching experience and previous publications are desirable but not essential. The candidate will be expected to undertake informal group teaching of undergraduate students undertaking rotations and a small amount of formal teaching. The position carries responsibilities for out-of-hours care of hospitalised patients and emergency first opinion and referral cases on a rota basis.
Informal enquiries to Caroline Smith (Caroline.Smith@bristol.ac.uk)