Residency Position (small animal), Diagnostic Imaging, funded by Antech Imaging Services.
University of Glasgow, Scotland
Graduates in veterinary medicine, preferably with at least one year of post-graduate experience in a rotating internship, are invited to apply for this small-animal track residency in diagnostic imaging. Applicants must be a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, or hold a veterinary degree qualifying them for membership. Candidates will be expected to sit board-certification examinations of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (ECVDI). The training programme lasts for three years and requires participation in the hospital’s clinical services, in addition to small-group teaching of veterinary students. This residency position is funded by Antech Imaging Services, and the resident would be expected to work for Antech Imaging Services for a period of five years following the residency. Scholarships are renewed annually, subject to satisfactory progress. Initial stipend £19,540 (PAYE exempt), the stipend rises each year in line with GDP. £1,500 per annum is available for attendance at conference(s), examination fees and externship costs. Proposed start date from 1st January 2019.
Further particulars are available on the web: https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/vet/abouttheschool/currentvacancies/ or on request from Julie Norden, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow, Bearsden Road, Glasgow, G61 1QH. (Tel: 0141-330 5702; Fax: 0141-330 5729; e-mail: Julie.Norden@glasgow.ac.uk).
Enquiries regarding the commitment to Antech Imaging Services following completion of the residency can be made to Dr. Diane Wilson DVM DACVR (Diane.Wilson@antechimagingservices.com)
Applications should be made at: https://www.gla.ac.uk/study/applyonline/?CAREER=PGR&PLAN_CODES=H166C-7316
Please ensure you upload your CV as part of the application process.
Closing date for applications: October 12th 2018
The University is committed to equality of opportunity in employment.
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