Reaseheath College’s state-of-the-art Animal Centre and Zoo have won national recognition for excellence – as have our courses that deliver the very best animal management education. Following continued investment in our facilities, we boast an exceptional range of world-class facilities, as well as a team of teaching staff who are genuinely passionate about supporting every student to reach their full potential.
The area of Veterinary Nursing within Animal Management has grown in success and size over the last five years and new and exciting developments have not only resulted in an increase in learner numbers but also have attracted more veterinary care providers to our 50-strong portfolio of practices. We are currently looking to appoint a Lecturer/Course Manager to join our Veterinary Nursing team to provide maternity cover for a fixed-term period.
We are looking for an exceptional, well-organised individual to join our growing vet nursing team as a course manager and lecturer covering maternity. You will also implement quality assurance processes and develop new curriculum content that keeps us at the forefront of this evolving arena.
The ideal candidate will be a registered veterinary nurse and should hold formal qualifications in the subject area. Good team-working and communication skills are key attributes within this dynamic team. A teaching qualification is desirable, although not essential, as training will be offered in post.
Closing date: Midnight on 8 April 2020
Please note this role constitutes ‘regulated activity’ as defined by the Protection of Freedom Act 2012. The successful candidate will therefore be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check with barred list information prior to starting employment.
Reaseheath College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.