Senior Clinical Scholar (Resident) in Farm Animal Health and Welfare (with MVM)

Do you have an interest in production animal welfare?

Glasgow University seeks a competent veterinary graduate with farm animal experience and an interest in production animal welfare.  The successful applicant will have progressive responsibilities including delivery of routine veterinary herd health services on both dairy and beef units, herd problem investigation visits and primary care of individual animals (on farm and referred). They will study towards either a European Diploma (College chosen can be discussed) or equivalent clinical post graduate qualification and complete a Masters in Veterinary Medicine through clinical research. The research project will investigate assessment of production animal welfare of animals used for teaching. The residency is for a 4 year period (renewed annually, subject to satisfactory progress). Initial stipend £19,815 (PAYE / TAX exempt) which rises to £21,405 by the fourth year plus £1500 CPD allowance per annum.

Apply on-line or for informal enquiries or to submit a CV please contact Kathryn Ellis (Kathryn.Ellis@glasgow.ac.uk).

Closing date for applications: Sunday 6 October 2019

Interview date: TBC

Senior Clinical Scholar (Resident) in Bovine Health Management (with MVM)

Farm animal veterinarian looking for further clinical training and qualifications?

Enthusiast for large herd management and data assessment?

Interested in undertaking research into dairy production and genetics?

Ambitious to build bridges between the veterinary profession, dairy industry and livestock nutrition companies?

Glasgow University seeks a competent veterinary graduate with farm animal experience.  The successful applicant will have progressive responsibilities including delivery of routine veterinary herd health services on both dairy and beef units, herd problem investigation visits and primary care of individual animals (on farm and referred). They will study towards the European Diploma in Bovine Health Management and complete a Masters in Veterinary Medicine through clinical research, related to the relationship between actual milk yields and predicted transmitting abilities in Scottish dairy farms, over a 4 year period (renewed annually, subject to satisfactory progress). Initial stipend £19,815 (PAYE / TAX exempt) which rises to £21,405 by the fourth year plus £1500 CPD allowance per annum.

Apply on-line or for informal enquiries or to submit a CV please contact Lorenzo Viora (Lorenzo.Viora@glasgow.ac.uk) or Nick Jonsson (Nicholas.Jonsson@glasgow.ac.uk). 

Closing date for applications:  Sunday 6 October 2019

Interview date: TBC