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Apr 10, 2017

Lecturer, Vet Nursing and Animal Management


Hadlow College
Kent

Our Ref: HR/02134
Email: [email protected]

Hadlow College is Kent’s premier land-based College and one of the top such
Colleges in the United Kingdom, having been confirmed as ‘Outstanding’ by
Ofsted in 2010
                                                
Salary:            £23,903 to £32,157 per annum
Hours:         Full time      
Locations:     Hadlow, Kent

We are looking to recruit a Lecturer to join our existing vibrant and enthusiastic team, delivering both the Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing as well as a range of Animal Management courses to our Further Education and Higher Education students and part of our schools programme at our main site in Hadlow. In addition we would welcome applications from people who may be looking to teach both animal management of veterinary nursing on a part time basis as part of a job share.

The successful candidate will need practical experience in the veterinary and animal care industry plus teaching experience in a practical and/or classroom setting.  A keen interest in a wide range of animal related subjects is essential, as is a qualification in Vet Nursing (Degree, NVQ in Vet Nursing, etc).  

In addition to the minimum requirements detailed above, candidates will also need a teaching qualification or the willingness to work towards one. Support is given to those who wish to train and as they work for the qualification, staff will receive a bonus of £600.00 in the third year and £750.00 in their fourth year, providing they have successfully gained their full teaching qualification at Hadlow College.

Applicants must have achieved a Level 2 qualification or equivalent in Maths and English. Excellent communication, team work and IT skills are a must.  Qualifications TAQA, A1/A2 (or D32 and D33) would also be advantageous.

As well as a contributory pension scheme, health cash plan, salary sacrifice scheme and free car parking, this post also attracts 35 days holiday each year, excluding bank holidays.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check and provide proof of their right to work in the UK. Where applicable a prohibition check will be carried out.

To apply for this job, please complete an application form. The job description and application form can be downloaded from our website, www.hadlow.ac.uk. Alternatively, you can request an application pack by emailing [email protected] or telephoning 01732 853616. You are required to complete an application form as we do not accept CVs.

Please return completed application forms to [email protected]


The closing date for receipt of all completed application forms is Monday 24th April 2017
Interviews will be held on Thursday 4th May 2017

When applying for this role, please reference this job board as your application source when asked.
Due to the volume of applications we receive it is impossible to inform all applicants if they have been short listed:  therefore if you have not heard from us within 14 days of the closing date you can assume that you have not been successful.

For more information please contact [email protected] in the first instance or call 01732 853616 if you would like to discuss this further.

Hadlow College is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.



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