You will be expected to apply as PI and/or co-PI for funding, develop your research team, supervise 1-2 junior Vet anaesthesia residents allocated to TBRC from the Vet School on a rotational basis to oversee their clinical progression toward certification. You will be expected to be a Home Office licence project holder (1-2 PPLs) covering your research work and the anaesthetic procedures at TBRC.
Furthermore, on completion of GLP training and in line with other peer TBRC PI’s, you will act as Study Director for 1-2 GLP projects if needed, to enhance and facilitate the ongoing GLPMA trials.
The post holder will work with the TBRC Director and the Chief Operating Officer to: ensure Home Office compliance, enhance the TBRC academic and financial case, support the research pipeline, and communication with stakeholders and the TBRC network.
This role is envisaged on a Pathway 1, which involves predominantly clinical and research duties, in addition to educational/training duties.
The following duties are an intrinsic part of the role and any offer of employment will be conditional upon satisfactory health screening by the University Occupational Health Service:
The person specification provides a summary of what is required to carry out this job effectively.
It also forms the selection criteria on which the decision on whom to short-list and then whom to appoint will be made. Please ensure that you demonstrate how you meet these criteria in your application.