Lecturer /Senior Lecturer Pathology
School of Veterinary Sciences
Job Reference Number: 17388
We have an exciting opportunity for a Veterinary Pathologist to join our team of enthusiastic educators who are rolling out the new veterinary curriculum at the University of Adelaide. We currently have two American boarded pathologists on staff and are seeking a third to complement our team.
Adelaide has recently been voted Australia’s most liveable city. A city of just over one million offering amenity without the traffic. Our western boundary is a wonderful sandy coastline without crowds. East lies the spectacular rolling scenery of the Adelaide Hills. To our north, the world renowned Barossa and Clare valleys, home to Australia’s premier wine growing and gourmet food culture. The historic Roseworthy Campus, situated within 20 minutes drive of the Barossa Valley, is the home of Australia’s oldest Agricultural College as well as Australia’s newest Veterinary School. The lifestyle offered by the fabulous climate, amazing scenery, great value housing, easy transportation, low population density and a new Vet School make this a rare opportunity.
We are seeking a Veterinarian with a higher degree in veterinary pathology to work collaboratively as a member of our teaching and research team. The appointed person will also be expected to contribute to diagnostic pathology as part of the team in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
You should have:
- Advanced training in veterinary pathology or veterinary clinical pathology
- A higher degree, preferably at doctorate level or equivalent
- Evidence of contributions to the teaching of veterinary pathology
- A record of research based publication and evidence of the ability to attract research funding
- Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively as a member of teaching and research teams
- A qualification in veterinary science acceptable for registration in South Australia.
For appointment at the Senior Lecturer level, in addition to the above, you should have experience with the supervision of major honours or postgraduate research projects, a strong publication track record in peer reviewed international journals and evidence of significant contributions to the teaching effort of a department, school or faculty in pathology. Specialist qualifications in veterinary pathology are highly desirable.
Demonstrable experience in tertiary level curriculum development and administration is desirable at all levels.
Salary: (Level B) $77,688 - $92,256 per annum, (Level C) $95,163 – $109,735 per annum.
Plus an employer superannuation contribution of 17% applies.
Term of Position
This tenurable position is available immediately, as soon as a suitable candidate can be identified.
Please refer to the Selection Criteria (Level B), (Level C), or alternatively for information about the position or the School contact Professor Michael P. Reichel via email: email@example.com
Closing date: 15 June 2012
Your application should:
- include your résumé/Curriculum Vitae
- address the selection criteria
- quote the relevant reference number
- include residency status
- include the names, addresses and/or email details of three referees.
Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or forward to:
Mrs Mandy Holloway
School of Veterinary Sciences
The University of Adelaide
South Australia 5005