HE Lecturer in Animal Management
Askham Bryan College is a specialist land-based college based across the North of England with centres in York, Middlesbrough, Saltaire, Wakefield, Newcastle and Penrith.
Contributing to higher education programmes predominantly at the York centre, the successful Lecturer will carry out the responsibilities of a higher education lecturer in animal-related subjects and contribute fully to the promotion of and continued success of the College and Centres.
Effectively supporting undergraduate students in their research as part of the lecturing role, including support with data analysis and reporting, you will assist with the development of the curriculum, plan and supervise the learning experience of our students and engage in appropriate marketing activity in order to recruit learners to ensure all programmes are viable and cost effective.
Educated to Level 7 in Animal Management or another relevant subject, candidates should hold a teaching qualification or be committed to gaining one in a required timeframe. With experience of teaching and an understanding of a range of animal-related topics and current themes e.g. animal science, conservation, ecology, management of captive species and/ or animal health & behaviour, you will have a background of working within the animal-related industry and be capable of working with a wide range of customers and clients.
In addition, you must be able to take responsibility and ownership for modules which you are responsible for and demonstrate and enthusiastic and organised approach to your work.
Closing date: Noon 15th August 2018.
Interviews: 20th or 22nd August 2018.