- Opportunity to work in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and research at the school ranked #1 in Australia and #16 globally
- Located on the Camperdown and Camden Campuses at the School of Veterinary Science
- Full time, Level C/D, continuing position, offering a remuneration package of $157K – $208K p.a., including leave loading and a generous employer’s contribution to superannuation
About the opportunity
We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, with the primary focus to contribute to the development, teaching, and assessment of diagnostic imaging in the veterinary science curriculum. This will include providing a high-quality imaging service to clients of the University Veterinary Teaching Hospitals, supporting the other clinical services. You will actively participate in the School’s clinical research programs and provide excellent teaching to undergraduates and post-graduate veterinarians in resident programs.
Since the founding of veterinary science in 1910, the mission of the Sydney School of Veterinary Science (SSVS) has been to provide the nation’s best training in the health, welfare and conservation of animals. The School is internationally accredited with the American Veterinary Medical Association, Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (UK) and the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council. Veterinary science at Sydney is ranked 1st in the Southern Hemisphere and 16th in the world, according to the QS World University Subject Rankings 2021, and is rated 5/5 for research in the Australian Government’s 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia.
Our school operates across two campuses, Camperdown (inner-city) and Camden (urban) and has three teaching hospital facilities that provide unique learning experiences and research opportunities. The school also provides diagnostic services for clinicians and researchers using state of the art equipment.
The University values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking for Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging who has:
- a postgraduate research qualification (PhD) or is near completion, in the area of veterinary diagnostic imaging
- has a Diplomate ECVS or Diplomate ACVS or Fellowship of the ANZCVS, permitting registration with the NSW Veterinary Practitioners Board as a Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.
- is skilled in interpreting conventional radiographs, CT, MRI images, performing outpatient ultrasounds and specialised imaging procedures for other specialists
- has experience in postgraduate and undergraduate teaching.
The commencement level will be determined based on the candidate’s skills, experience, and knowledge.
Please outline your relevant skills and experience in your cover letter and attach to your online application.
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All applications must be submitted via the University of Sydney careers website. Visit https://www.sydney.edu.au/about-us/careers-at-sydney.html and search by the job requisition number 0080776 to apply.
Closing date: 11:59pm, 26 May 2021
The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.
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