The School of Veterinary Science at Massey University, Palmerston North invites applications for a fixed-term position for up to nine months in 2020, in Equine Medicine. Our AVMA-accredited veterinary programme is world renowned, providing quality, research-led education. Our recently constructed equine hospital offers first-class facilities for service, teaching and research. In addition, staff have to participate in established programs of research in equine athletic development and performance, wastage, and other aspects of equine health and education.
In addition to our veterinary medicine and veterinary technology programmes, Massey University has a very strong equine science programme, and important affiliations with Equestrian Sports New Zealand.
You must possess a veterinary degree immediately registerable with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand. You will have a strong service focus, both towards clients of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and towards our undergraduate and postgraduate students. In addition, you will show initiative, flexibility, and excellent communication and team skills.
You will either be:
Board Certified by the American (Large Animal) or European (Equine) Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine
a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in an Equine Clinical discipline
eligible to sit for certification or fellowship of the above and eligible for registration with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand.
Enquiries of an academic nature should be directed to Dr Erica Gee mailto:email@example.com or Dr Emma Gordon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Closing date: 1 September 2019
Reference number: CS_SVS_388_07/19
For further information and to apply online, visit: http://masseyunicareers.nga.net.nz
Internal Number: CS_SVS_388_07/19
About Massey University
Massey University embraces diversity, talent and performance, and provides staff and students with an extensive range of opportunities to develop intellectually, professionally and personally.
Massey University began in 1927 as a small agricultural college in Palmerston North. Under its first principal, Sir Geoffrey Peren, it widened its range and enhanced its reputation. Sir Geoffrey retired in 1958, and in 1964, Massey became a full university. In the last 40 years, it has continued growing, to become New Zealand's largest residential university, spread over three cities.
Massey University is known for:
- groundbreaking research
- the applied nature of many of our teaching and research programmes
- contribution to land-based industries
- distinctive mix of campus-based, distance and international teaching
- commitment to innovation
- close links with the community
- an 80-year tradition of academic excellence.