As a lecturer/senior lecturer, you will join the Department of Livestock and One Health to contribute to the undergraduate veterinary teaching of Livestock Disease Investigation including final years clinical rotations and support of delivery of a Farm Animal Post Mortem service.
The post is available on the teaching and research (T&R) or teaching and scholarship (T&S) tracks depending on the experience of the successful candidate. For the T&R track, dedicated time, will be allocated for research aligned to one of the areas of strength of the Institute. You will have a PhD in relevant area (for appointment at teaching and research).
The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received.
For full details and to apply online click HERE (recruit.liverpool.ac.uk; Job ref. 046888)
The Institute of Infection, Veterinary and Ecological Sciences (IVES) was created in 2020 to integrate cutting-edge research in human and animal infectious diseases, veterinary science, ecology and evolution to benefit people, animals and ecosystems, nationally and globally. Its work addresses major societal challenges, including emerging infectious diseases and disease control/prevention, food security, antimicrobial resistance and the impacts of environmental change.