Lecturer in Animal Welfare and Science Post Reference: AC73

Post Title: Lecturer in Animal Welfare and Science

Post Reference: AC73

Hours: Up to a 0.8 fractional appointment available (max of 29.6 hours per week, or 4 days)*

*This role would be considered as a job share – please state on your application form what hours / fraction you would be interested in and what level (foundation to degree) of teaching experience you have.

Salary: In the range of £16,362.40 – £20,669.60 per annum (for a 0.8 fractional appointment) which equates to academic salary scale points L4b – L9c depending upon skills and experience.

Job Purpose: To teach and assess predominantly on HE Level courses (Level 4 upwards). The role will also include teaching and assessing on FE (Level 1 – Level 3) across the Animal Management curriculum whilst maintaining and achieving high standards. To provide general support and cover for the development of further Animal Management provision.

Vision: The College is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated animal management lecturer with the ability to deliver high quality, inspiring lectures and practical teaching sessions suitable for the sector in the 21st Century. This is an exciting opportunity for the right person to help shape the future of animal management education. Set within a 300 hectare rural estate, the College has access to a wide range of resources and animals; facilities which offer exciting opportunities for curriculum innovation and development. The successful applicant will have at least a Level 6 Animal sciences, behaviour or conservation qualification, strong practical experience of working in the industry as well as being able to demonstrate excellent administrative and organisational abilities to deliver engaging sessions to a range of student groups.

Status: Permanent

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Nigel Hewish on 01305 215107 during normal working hours.

The Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 19 December 2018 9.00 am

Proposed Interview DateFriday 18 January 2019

KMS 600 Appendix F – College Application Form

AC73 Lecturer in Animal Welfare and Science Job Description

To Apply:

Please visit the KMC website for a College Application Form and a full Job Description.

Please return the completed Application Form by email to recruitment@kmc.ac.uk or by post to: HR Department, Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 8PY.

Applicants for this position must complete a college employment application form. CVs will not be accepted.

Please add recruitment@kmc.ac.uk to your list of safe senders to ensure that any correspondence from us does not go directly into your spam folder.

For further details on application forms or the recruitment process, please go to our website www.kmc.ac.uk. Alternatively, please contact the HR department by emailing recruitment@kmc.ac.uk.

You will be asked to provide evidence of all the qualifications listed on your application form at interview.

Please ensure you read our GDPR Candidate Privacy Notice to understand how your data is processed. This can be found on the College’s Website under “Work for Us” or you can request a copy by emailing recruitment@kmc.ac.uk.

Kingston Maurward College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

The College welcomes applications from people with a disability and will offer interviews to all those who are able to reasonably fulfil the criteria outlined in this Job Description. If applicants with a disability shortlisted for interview require any assistance in attending please contact the College’s Human Resources Manager in order that alternative arrangements are made.

Kingston Maurward College reserves the right to close this position before the published closing date, should the need occur. We therefore advise that you complete and submit your application as soon as possible.

Following receipt of completed application forms, if you have not heard from the College within 2 weeks of the closing date regrettably you will not have been short listed on this occasion. All short listed applicants will be contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date or no later than 3 days prior to the interview date (where an interview date is specified).

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