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Clinical Educator Veterinary Physiotherapy

Animal Production, Welfare & Veterinary Sciences

Salary:   £26,495 to £28,936 per annum
The point of entry will be dependent upon relevant qualifications and experience.
Closing Date:   Sunday 08 July 2018
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  CE-81

The University seek a highly motivated clinical veterinary physiotherapist, with interest in equine and or canine practice to join the team supporting the expansion and further development of the veterinary sciences at the University.

The post is a full time equivalent, however, the University would welcome interest from applicants who wish to combine a part-time post with their clinical practice or wish to have a part time post/job share. The appointee will have a specific role to participate in the further development and delivery of the veterinary physiotherapy programme area. As part of the programme there will be an on-going and increasing need to provide veterinary physiotherapy clinics on site and locally. The suitable candidate will have a role in the organization and running of these clinics.

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

Further details:

Harper Adams University is one of the premier UK Higher Education Institutions focused on the land-based and food supply chain sector.

With 2800 undergraduate students, plus those completing postgraduate, research and CPD programmes, Harper Adams is the UK's largest single provider of higher education for these subjects.  Programmes fall into eleven broad subject areas – but none operate in isolation. Community and collaboration are key at Harper Adams, meaning everyone, including staff, students and industry partners, benefits from a close network of knowledge and opportunity exchange

Situated in Shropshire, the campus and the surrounding area provide an excellent working and living environment for staff and students alike.

Harper Adams is consistently positioned highly in a range of national ratings, performance measures and league tables. Its current graduate employment rate is 98% (the joint top rating in England) and student satisfaction stands at 93% (National Student Survey 2017).

Harper Adams is ranked as the UK’s Best Modern University by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018; was named University of the Year in the 2016 and 2017 Whatuni Student Choice Awards and holds a Gold (highest level) award from the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework.

In 2018 Harper Adams University will receive the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education, part of the UK honours system.

Applied research is at the heart of the university’s activity, with the work of a thriving academic community underpinning both teaching and work with the industries allied to Harper. The 2014 Government Research Excellence Framework rated all of the university’s research as “of international quality”, and more than half was deemed “world leading” or “internationally excellent”.