mercredi 15 février 2017
Research and residency posts at Dogs Trust
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I have done a brief summary of each advert below:
Canine Research Manager
We have an exciting opportunity for a Canine Research Manager to join our team, and manage internal research activity across a range of Dogs Trust departments. This includes reviewing published research and managing the collection and analysis of data from activities such as rehoming centres and Dog School. The post holder will have demonstrable experience and knowledge of research methods, including experimental design, data collection, conducting systematic reviews and scientific reporting. To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience in managing research teams and projects, excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and the ability to manage work load and deadlines. You must have a high level of computer literacy and expertise in data analysis, hold a qualification in veterinary science, animal behaviour or a related subject and ideally a postgraduate research qualification. A UK manual driving license is essential as travel is required with this role.
Dogs Trust is committed to ensuring best practice to optimise the welfare for the dogs in our care. We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Officer to work with the Canine Research Manager in ensuring that policies and practices within Dogs Trust are based on recent evidence and best practice. This includes conducting data collection and analysis for small research projects conducted internally, gathering information about best practice within the sector, and reviewing research evidence. The post holder will have demonstrable experience, enthusiasm and knowledge of research methodology and analysis, and hold a qualification in veterinary medicine, animal science, animal behaviour or a related subject. To be successful in this role, you will have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and the ability to work effectively in a team. You must have a high level of computer literacy and expertise in data analysis. A UK manual driving license is essential as travel is required with this role.
Resident in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine
We are seeking a Resident in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine on a fixed three year training position. The Resident will work in re-homing centres and Dog Schools across the UK developing proficiency in conducting behaviour consultations under the direction of the Director of Canine Behaviour and Research. As part of the role, the Resident will be expected to develop written and on-line support materials in veterinary behavioural medicine, assist the Director of Canine Behaviour and Research and Clinical Animal Behaviourist(s) in making recommendations for treatment protocols, and provide support and training to other members of staff in operations, behaviour and veterinary teams. To be successful in this role, you will have good knowledge of dog behaviour, training and welfare, a veterinary qualification with two years postgraduate experience as a veterinary surgeon. You will have excellent communication skills (written and verbal), be well organised, empathetic and able to mentor Dogs Trust staff.