Associate Lecturer in Equine Science, Askham Bryan College (York, UK)

Associate Lecturer in Equine Science, Askham Bryan College (York, UK)

17 February, 2016

Askham Bryan College is the largest specialist college delivering landbased education across the whole of the North of England.

The college farms in excess of 2500 acres of land across a spectrum of land uses from arable through to high fell hill farming, in total the College milks over 450 cows, has the National Beef Training Centre and National Centre for the Uplands.  The College has recently invested over £7M in a sector leading animal management centre and wildlife park, and is currently completing the building of a £5M agritech centre and farm development.

The College recognises its role in implementing nationally important strategic agendas, particularly those focused around , food security and sustainability. The provision is developed around industry need and providing the opportunities for training and higher level skills development.  Its curriculum is innovative and flexible providing graduates with a stimulating and enjoyable experience.  Personal development and employability are a key focuses within the College’s higher education provision.

The Colleges higher education provision has expanded significantly over the last three years, with an enrolment of over 750 HE students expected in September.   As a consequence of this the College is seeking to appoint to a number of new roles.

Associate Lecturers

The College seeks individuals who have experience in higher education lecturing to join our staff to deliver flexible teaching across a range of subjects including; agriculture, , countryside management, equine science and animal science.

Please email an expression of interest plus accompanying CV to:

We are looking for academics, professionals and potentially recent graduates to join us and become part of our exciting expansion.  Roles will be managed through fixed term contracts and very flexible. All individuals will be employed on a needs basis and contracted for a distinct period of time to deliver a formalised and agreed aspect of teaching and learning. 

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