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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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Applications and enquiries

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

Electronic version for email / Printable version for posting

Email: jobs@caw.ac.uk
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.

Current job vacancies at The College of Animal Welfare

Student Placement Coordinator - Huntingdon

Job posted on: Friday 21 July 2017 (Job ID: 613)

Do you consider yourself to be friendly and enthusiastic?  Are you confident on the telephone, recognise the importance of providing a high standard of customer service and are able to work to deadlines?  Can you build and maintain solid working relationships in order to source our students' placements in UK veterinary practices?  Are you ready for a challenge? 
We currently have a vacancy for a Student Placement Coordinator to join our busy Placement Liaison Team at our Huntingdon centre.  
If you feel you have the qualities listed, can perform administration tasks and provide information, advice and guidance at all levels then you could be the team member we are looking for.
To apply please use the College application link below or alternatively, please contact Cheryl Davey on jobs@caw.ac.uk or telephone 01480 422060.

Download an application form here: Electronicversion for email / Printableversion for posting

Closing Date: Friday 4th August

All job applicants will undertake a Disclosure DBS Check.  
The College of Animal Welfare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.
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.

Examination Invigilator (Part Time - hourly paid) - Huntingdon & Potters Bar

Job posted on: Wednesday 19 July 2017 (Job ID: 612)

We currently have vacancies for an Exam Invigilators at our Huntingdon and Potters Bar centres. This would be an ideal opportunity for someone who has free time and could be flexible in assisting us in our exam invigilation. The successful applicant would be required to assist in the smooth and efficient administration of examinations, including candidate invigilation, management of rooms, facilities and equipment, ensuring all scripts are returned to the Administration office on completion of an exam and perform such other duties which will allow for the efficient running of examinations. The successful candidates will have an eye for accuracy and have good attention to detail with the ability to work to tight deadlines and be able to relate to both staff and students. Experience of working or studying in an education environment and an understanding of the examination process are desirable but not essential. 

Closing Date: Wednesday 2nd August. 

Download Huntingdon Job Description here

Download Potters Bar Job Description here

Download an application form here: Electronic version for email / Printable version for posting

For further details or an application pack please contact: Cheryl Davey, Human Resources Administrator on 01480 422060 or email: jobs@caw.ac.uk

The College of Animal Welfare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. All successful applicants will undertake a 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.

Clinical Tutor - Potters Bar London

Job posted on: Tuesday 18 July 2017 (Job ID: 609)

We currently have a vacancy for a Clinical Tutor at our Potters Bar centre.  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.  Regular travel will be a key part of the role as 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.
Download Job Description here

For further information and an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey, HR Administrator, at jobs@caw.ac.uk .
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.

Clinical Tutor - Edinburgh

Job posted on: Tuesday 18 July 2017 (Job ID: 610)

We currently have a vacancy for a Clinical Tutor at our Edinburgh centre.  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.  Regular travel will be a key part of the role as 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.
Download Edinburgh Job Description here

For further information and an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey, HR Administrator, at jobs@caw.ac.uk .
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.

Level 4 AAT Course Tutor/Lecturer

Job posted on: Friday 07 July 2017 (Job ID: 608)

Part time: Thursdays 8:30 - 16:30

We currently have a vacancy at our Huntingdon centre for an enthusiastic and committed individual to lecture within our Business School.  
The position will involve delivering Level 4 AAT courses on Thursdays from September 2017, supporting learners in all aspects of their learning and achievement.
The successful candidate will have at least a Level 4 subject specific qualification, or relevant experience to demonstrate knowledge at this level in Accounts.  A qualification relevant to teaching adults would be advantageous and professional registration (if applicable) must be up to date.
This role would be applicable to candidates wishing to work on a part-time or on a visiting lecturer basis.  We welcome applications from those who are already involved in adult education and training or those who are currently employed in business and wish to explore career development opportunities.
Download an application form here: Electronic version for email / Printable version for posting
For further details or an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey at jobs@caw.ac.uk or telephone 01480 422060.
The College of Animal Welfare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. All successful 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. 

Dog Grooming and Practical Skills Trainer - Leeds

Job posted on: Tuesday 20 June 2017 (Job ID: 603)

We are looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic groomer to join our growing team in The College of Animal Welfare Grooming School at our Leeds Centre. The ideal candidate will be passionate about passing on their knowledge and skills to dog grooming and animal care students as well as advancing the grooming school in its commercial growth. The role involves delivering a quality grooming service to dog owners in the local area whilst training students through their qualifications. The position requires a level 3 qualified Dog Groomer. Lecturing or training experience is advantageous but not essential as you will join our teacher training programme and be mentored as your career develops. The grooming school is open outside of normal college hours and working hours include evening and weekend cover. 
With unique opportunities to develop your career and a good salary this position is an opportunity not to be missed.

For further details or an application pack please contact jobs@caw.ac.uk or telephone 01480 422060:
All job applicants will undertake a Disclosure DBS Check.
The College of Animal Welfare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.
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.

Veterinary Nursing Lecturer - Potters Bar

Job posted on: Monday 12 June 2017 (Job ID: 592)

We currently have a permanent vacancy at our Potters Bar centre for an enthusiastic and committed individual to lecture in veterinary nursing.  The position will involve teaching on both the Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and the BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing programmes, as well as participating in the delivery of the centre?s short course programme. You will be working with a dynamic team of individuals committed to shaping the future of the veterinary nursing profession.  
The successful candidate will be either a veterinary surgeon or a registered veterinary nurse, degree qualification desirable but not essential. Teaching qualifications are also desirable but not essential.  Full training and mentorship will be provided as part of the induction programme.
We welcome applications from those who are already involved in VN teaching or training or those who are currently employed in the veterinary profession and wish to explore career development opportunities. Full time and part time applications will be considered. 

For further information and an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey, HR Administrator, at jobs@caw.ac.uk. 
Alternatively for more information and an informal discussion about this exciting and unique opportunity please contact Claire Defries (Centre Manager) at cdefries@caw.ac.uk. 

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.

Clinical Tutor - Huntingdon

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

We currently have a vacancy for a Clinical Tutor at our Huntingdon centre.  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.  Regular travel will be a key part of the role as 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.
Download Huntingdon Job Description here

For further information and an application pack please contact Cheryl Davey, HR Administrator, at jobs@caw.ac.uk .
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.