Registrar in Veterinary Pathology
College of Veterinary Medicine
Fixed term full-time role for 2 years
$93K-$106K plus 9.5% employer superannuation contributions
Are you interested in a short sojourn in Australia? We are seeking a veterinary pathologist to provide diagnostic support for The Animal Hospital at Murdoch University and to the wider community, and to assist with rotation teaching in veterinary anatomic pathology. The position would be ideal for a veterinarian recently finished a residency in anatomic pathology who would like to spend some time in Australia.
The College of Veterinary Medicine within the School of Veterinary and Life Sciences was the first in Australia to be built as a purpose-designed veterinary teaching and research facility and is responsible for the training of veterinary science graduates to enable lifelong professional success. The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree program has received international accreditation and a central part of the training is development of core clinical competencies. As part of this process veterinary science students undertake training in our hospital, clinics and clinical services.
The Registrar (Veterinary Pathology) provides competent, veterinary pathology services, conducting necropsies and biopsy diagnosis, and practical instruction to undergraduate veterinary students, residents and interns.
For further information about this position, please refer to the Position Description.
Skills and Experience
The successful candidate will have:
Veterinary degree registrable by the Veterinary Surgeons’ Board of WA
Further training (e.g. residency) in Veterinary pathology
Postgraduate qualifications (e.g. MANZCVS or specialist qualifications FANZCVS or Dip ACVP) desirable but not essential
Recognised by The Times Higher Education as one of the top 100 universities in the world under the age of 50, Murdoch University is internationally recognised as a research-led institution.
This is a great time to join Murdoch. There are a multitude of opportunities and exciting projects that are presented by the State Government Activity Centre on our doorstep. The co-location of the New Fiona Stanley Hospital and the St John of God Hospital provide many synergies for our learning and teaching, research and community engagement.
Murdoch University values workplace diversity and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates.
Please submit a cover letter, a CV and a statement addressing the selection criteria (found in the Position Description) via the Apply Online button below. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
Position contact: Professor Peter Irwin, Principal College of Veterinary medicine +61 8 9360 2590 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 31st January 2017 (11:59pm)