Senior Level
Lecturer in Animal Management
Bishop Burton College

Salary: £23,766 to £25,010 per annum (dependant on qualifications and experience)

Closing Date: Monday, 21 August 2017

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The College

Bishop Burton College is one of the leading land-based Colleges, which boasts outstanding state of the art animal facilities, which house a multitude of exotic animals including meerkats, wallabies, rhea, reptiles and primate species to name a few in addition to companion animals. In addition to this resource we also have a commercial boarding kennels and grooming parlour to support teaching and learning practices. Furthermore, our laboratory facilities are second to none which comprise of a microbiology lab, project lab and 4 other laboratories.

The Role

The successful candidate will join a strong animal management team who have sustained growth in student numbers and a diverse curriculum. This post would also suit candidates with an animal husbandry, behaviour and welfare background with a strong focus in animal husbandry.

The Candidate

You will have knowledge required for teaching science modules such as Animal Behaviour, Health and Welfare, Handling, Feeding and Accommodation (theory and practical).

You will have related industry experience as well as a degree (FdSc or BSc) in an Animal Management related subject. You will also have good animal handling and husbandry skills. You will hold a level 2 qualification in Maths and English or be willing to work towards. A teaching qualification is desirable, though not essential as we will support you in your teaching development.

An excellent communicator, you will be enthusiastic, innovative and able to work flexibly as part of a team. If you are committed to education and want to see your career develop with an organisation which continuously strives for excellence, then we would like to hear from you.

To apply

To apply, please download the application form at the top of this page. Completed applications should be sent to

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