LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: The University of Melbourne

Close date: 17 Jul 2016

Job no: 0028407
Work type: Continuing
Location: Werribee

U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital

Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences

Salary: $95,434 – $113,323 (Level B) or $116,901 – $134,792 (Level C) plus 17% superannuation

Level of appointment will be made in accordance with the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.

Employment Type: Full-time (continuing)

The University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital (U-Vet) invites applications for a Veterinary Radiologist.  The successful candidate will join a diagnostic imaging team comprised of three radiologists, two residents, and four technologists who work together with other services in the hospital to provide excellent veterinary medical care.  U-Vet supports the referral small animal and equine practice, 24/7 emergency centre and ICU and a first opinion small animal and exotics/pocket pets practice.

Imaging equipment consists of Fuji CR system for small and large animal radiography and fixed image intensification, Philips BV Libra C-arm, Philips Epiq5 ultrasound machine, Siemens 16 slice CT (with equine table), GE 1.5T MRI (with equine table) and Argus epic gamma camera. All images are sent to a designated PACS server.

The successful applicant will be appointed into a teaching scholar position with a primary focus on contributing to the training of veterinary students and residents as well as clinical service delivery in the diagnostic imaging section at the University of Melbourne’s teaching hospital which is based in Werribee, approximately a 30 minute commute from the Melbourne CBD. Teaching scholars are expected to provide inspirational teaching and contribute to the student learning experience through lecture preparation and delivery, practical class instruction and clinical teaching of diagnostic imaging. Further scholarship within teaching is strongly encouraged and the successful applicant may be supported to complete a graduate certificate in university teaching.

Opportunity also exists for the applicant to pursue their research interest and to contribute to current research projects.

Applicants should possess a degree in veterinary science registrable in Victoria, and have training and experience in veterinary diagnostic imaging.   Advanced qualifications in diagnostic imaging (ACVR, ECVDI or FANZCVS) are desired however candidates who have completed an accredited training program and are eligible to sit the qualifying examinations are encouraged to apply.  Applicants should demonstrate experience and interest in clinical service and teaching, have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with all services in the hospital.

Melbourne is the 2nd most populous city in Australia and was ranked the world’s most liveable city by the EIU in 2014. The climate is temperate with an average summer temperature of 25C and an average winter temperature of 14C.¬† Melbourne is a multicultural city and a vibrant dining, cultural and sporting hub.¬† On the doorstep of the city are many areas of natural beauty, tourist attractions, wineries and gourmet food destinations.

The University of Melbourne has affirmed its position as the number one university in Australia, and remains among the fastest-rising research universities in the world’s top 100, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU). It is counted among the best universities in the world ‚Äď 33 by the Times Higher Education (THE) and 32 by the US News and World Report Rankings. Please visit Tradition of Excellence for further information.

Close date: 17 Jul 2016 

Position Description and apply via: University of Melbourne WEBSITE
(*includes Selection Criteria or Core Accountabilities and Competencies)

Download File 0028407 PD Lecturer РSenior Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging.pdf

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Applications close: Aus. Eastern Standard Time

Source: Jobs : Human Resources : The University of Melbourne

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