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When you start working with us, you will be joining a team of like minded people who share a passion for both animals and helping people to achieve their dreams and fulfil their potential.

We have a wide variety of people work for us, from lecturers and academic staff to IT support, course developers and administrators. And, as we are continually expanding, there are always new and exciting roles coming up.

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Current job vacancies at The College of Animal Welfare

To apply for any of the vacancies please download the job application form and send to Cheryl Davey.

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Post: The College of Animal Wefare, Headland House, Chord Business Park, London Road, Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire PE29 2BQ

If you would like an informal chat about working with us please call Cheryl on 01480 422060.

Clinical Tutor - Huntingdon & Potters Bar

Job posted on: Wednesday 17 May 2017 (Job ID: 601)

We currently have vacancies for  Clinical Tutors at our Huntingdon and Potters Bar centres.  As a Clinical Tutor you will provide support to veterinary practices and students in college and on placement, and will manage key relationships between the College and Clinical Coaches.  The successful applicant will undertake regular visits to Training Practices to support Clinical Coaches, and will present clinical coach training sessions and standardisation events as well as delivering student support in college.  You will be either an MRCVS or RVN and have excellent communication skills and a commitment to helping students achieve.
If you are looking to further your career in teaching this could also be the stepping stone for you.
Closing Date: Friday 2nd June
For further information and an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey, HR Administrator, at .
The College of Animal Welfare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.  All job applicants will undertake a Disclosure DBS Check. 
The College undertakes not to discriminate unlawfully either directly or indirectly against a job applicant or one of its own employees.  The College is committed to equal opportunities: appointments are open to members of the community on an equal basis.