We are seeking to employ a registered Veterinary Nurse to work as part of our Theatre Nursing Team.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in state of the art theatres, working alongside renowned specialists in Orthopaedics, Soft Tissue and Neurology. The Theatre Nursing Team are actively encouraged to utilise their skills with plentiful opportunity to assist the surgeons as a scrub nurse for a number of complex surgical procedures, including joint replacements and interventional radiography. This is the ideal working environment for those wishing to pursue advanced qualifications such as the American VTS in Surgery.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a high standard of nursing care, a desire to learn and a capability to work under pressure. Previous experience in a referral environment is desirable but not essential. You will be involved with teaching and supervision of Veterinary and Veterinary Nursing Undergraduates on clinical rotations. Flexibility will be necessary as the post will require participation in the OOH rota.
For enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Becky Jones (Nursing Manager).
The University of Bristol’s Veterinary School is seeking to recruit an experienced veterinary Clinical Pathologist with energy, commitment and a passion for scholarship to join its expanding clinical pathology team working within the diagnostic laboratories of Langford Vets, as part of the School of Veterinary Sciences.
Enthusiasm for teaching and a Diploma level qualification in veterinary clinical pathology are essential, as is a track record of delivery as part of a diagnostic clinical pathology service. The ideal candidate will be a recognised expert and will have evidence of research, with a proven track record of disseminating their findings through publication.
You will participate in the delivery of a high quality diagnostic service in veterinary clinical pathology with three other specialists, one residents on an approved residency programme and one intern. You will also be expected to deliver high quality clinical teaching and didactic and practical instruction of undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students and to supervise postgraduates.
The level of the tenure track appointment will be made according to qualifications and experience. The appointee will be eligible for an additional veterinary allowance.
Applications should be made online at www.bristol.ac.uk
For informal enquiries, please contact Richard Hammond.
The University of Bristol's Veterinary School is inviting veterinary graduates holding a degree registerable with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons to apply for a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Pathology.
The Studentship is available for one year and offers the opportunity to consolidate and improve diagnostic skills and knowledge (especially in microscopy) and to gain experience in small group practical teaching. At the end of the year the student will have acquired specialist skills in laboratory diagnostics which will be valuable if they continue either in general clinical practice or pursue specialist training through a residency in clinical pathology.
Applications should be made online at www.bris.ac.uk/pg-howtoapply
Note: please select Veterinary Clinical Practice (PG Dip) on the Programme Choice page and enter details of the studentship when prompted in the Funding and Research Details sections of the form. If assistance is needed when completing the application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0117 331 6824.
Interviews will take place w/c 5 September 2016.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Cardiologist with energy and commitment to join our expanding team in the Small Animal Referral Hospital.
The successful applicant will participate in the delivery of developing and expanding the cardiology service, providing excellent care for patients and communicating effectively with other services to ensure continuity of care and excellent customer service. They will be expected to deliver high quality clinical teaching and practical instruction to undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students and to senior and junior clinical training scholars. There are close links with the human medicine side of the University of Bristol and the Bristol CardioVacular research teams with opportunities to be part of ongoing collaborative projects. In addition, the newly built Translational Biomedical Research Centre (TBRC) allows us to use a 3 Tesla Cardiac MRI and a new state of the cath lab also for clinical research cases.
You must hold a veterinary qualification recognised by the RCVS that allows you to practise veterinary medicine within the UK. ECVIM and ACVIM Diplomates (or equivalent) as well as Board eligible candidates are encouraged to apply.
This is a full time position. The appointee will be eligible for a range of additional benefits, including CPD support and a generous pension scheme.
For informal enquiries or to apply, please submit your application form to Richard Hammond (Chief Executive).
We have an exciting opportunity for a small animal orthopaedic surgeon with energy and commitment to join our expanding surgery team in the Small Animal Referral Hospital.
You will participate in the delivery of a high quality clinical service in veterinary orthopaedic surgery with three other specialists and four senior clinical training scholars. You will be expected to deliver high quality clinical teaching and practical instruction to undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students and to senior and junior clinical training scholars.
You must hold a veterinary qualification recognised by the RCVS that allows you to practise veterinary medicine within the UK. ECVS, ACVS and RCVS Diplomates as well as candidates studying towards an ECVS or ACVS diploma are encouraged to apply.
This is a full time position. Salary, clinical teaching and research aspects of the role are all negotiable. The appointee will be eligible for a range of additional benefits including a generous pension scheme.
Langford Veterinary Services, in conjunction with the University of Bristol, are looking for a part-time Diagnostic Imager to join our increasingly busy Diagnostic Imaging Department.
This role would be primarily clinics based and involve working in our small animal hospital in addition to teaching of undergraduates and post graduates (interns and residents).
The successful applicant would join our current team of three radiologists with three residents are supported by a team of radiographers and nurses. The hospital is multidisciplinary with a varied and interesting caseload.
You would be working with our state of the art equipment including:
Applicants must be American or European boarded or be board eligible.
Competitive package offered for suitable candidates.
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