Veterinary Clinical Lectureship vacancy 'ICAT-2 programme Veterinary Fellowships 2022' - UCD School of Veterinary Medicine, Dublin, Ireland.

ICAT-2 programme Veterinary Fellowships 2022 - Salary scale equivalent to UCD Lecturer/Assistant Professor circa €75,000-€80,000 per annum - School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin - 1 August 2022 – 31 July 2026 (in the first instance) -

1 post The Irish Clinical Academic Training Programme (ICAT-2) is pleased to announce an exciting new academic track for all veterinary specialties enabled through financial support from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.

We are now seeking to recruit one outstanding veterinary clinician for the August 2022 intake to complement the intake of 8 fellows from the medical/dentistry fields. ICAT-2 Fellowships offer an unparalleled opportunity to undertake a research PhD, with combined clinical specialist training/practice in a world-leading research centre at University College Dublin. The programme aims to train world-class clinical academic leaders, across the island of Ireland. ICAT offers infrastructure, experience and expertise with matched financial support to provide the broadest possible range of research and training opportunities.

The Opportunity: ICAT-2 Veterinary Clinical Lectureships provide: (i) an introductory year with 80% clinical time in the relevant discipline at the School of Veterinary Medicine, allowing completion or development of clinical specialisation, and 20% academic time. The latter provides time to (a) identify a cross-disciplinary supervisory structure across two institutions with support for international collaborations and (b) prepare a planned research proposal that outlines the three-year PhD studies. (ii) years 2-4 with 90% academic and 10% clinical time allowing full immersion in research. Your skills and attributes for success:

• MVB or equivalent veterinary degree that allows for full registration with the Veterinary Council of Ireland

• Evidence of completion or near completion of an EBVS/AVMA veterinary specialist training programme

Click for a copy of the prospectus and for the pre-application call (closing date 20th April 2022).