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Clinical Tutor for Veterinary Nursing 22.2 hours - Preston Based

My career at Myerscough College – Inspiring Excellence

About the role

We are looking for an experienced Registered Veterinary Nurse or Veterinary Surgeon with good listening skills, excellent time management skills and a passion for veterinary nurse training to join our Veterinary Nursing team; do you have what it takes?

Can you help support the next generation of Veterinary Nurses to achieve excellence in their workplaces?

As a Clinical Tutor, you will work closely with the Veterinary Nursing Centre Co-ordinator and Course Tutors to support the progression of our Level 3 Diploma Veterinary Nursing students towards their registration as a qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse at the end of their studies. You will be involved in approving and signing up new and existing practices, supporting our practices and their Clinical Coaches, as we all work together to ensure the success of our students, with your focus being the students’ practical skills development and quality assurance of their Clinical Skills Logs (CSLs).

Training will be provided to achieve an Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) and Health and Safety and wellbeing (Haswel) qualification as required.

Location of role

This role will be based at our Preston campus, however you will be required to travel to a range of practices all over the UK to support your allocated students.

What We Offer:

We take care of our team just as we do our students. As an employee, you can enjoy a range of benefits, including:

  • The requirement to be PET qualified will be fully funded.
  • A generous holiday allowance of 36 days pro rata, plus bank holidays.
  • A state-of-the-art Veterinary Nursing Centre in an idyllic location.
  • Regular Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities.
  • Hassle free onsite parking at our Preston Campus.
  • An Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to provide wellbeing support in moments of need.
  • Membership of the Teacher's Pension Scheme, with a remarkable 28.68% employer contribution rate.

We are flexible working friendly and happy to discuss interest in flexible working.

Discover Our Modern Facilities:

Our beautiful campus is home to a cutting-edge Veterinary Nursing Centre, offering interactive classrooms, collaborative staff offices, and a clinical area equipped with high-quality resources to teach practical skills.

Ready to Inspire?

Join us and let's pioneer the future of veterinary education together.

Please note: We may close this vacancy early if we receive a sufficient number of applications for the role

Safeguarding our students is of paramount importance. Our recruitment process has been designed to keep students safe and to ensure that we appoint safe and suitable people.

All successful applicants will be required to undertake pre-employment background and safeguarding checks.

The successful applicant will be responsible for complying with all safeguarding policies and practices, and for ensuring student safety and wellbeing is at the forefront of everything they do.

This post is not exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

We are an equal opportunity employer; we want all our candidates to have a fair and equal opportunity to secure employment with us. We encourage applications from all underrepresented groups: BAME applicants, disabled applicants, and LGBT+ applicants.

If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process, due to a disability, then please speak with a member of the People team.

As a disability confident employer, we commit to guaranteeing an interview for any disabled applicant who meets all of the essential criteria.

22.2 hours per week
Veterinary Nursing
Myerscough College (Preston)
£24,834 - £33,586 (full time equivalent), salary will be pro rata per annum relating to qualifications and experience plus holiday entitlement. Applicants with an Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) qualification commences at £26,057 pro rata
Reference No
Closing Date
Sunday 9 June 2024
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