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JOB

Thursday 20.12.2012

INSTITUTION The Dean of  Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) –Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,

02-776 Warsaw, Nowoursynowska 159c St.

CITY Warsaw

POSITION associate professor

DISCIPLINE Small animal surgery

POSTED 20.12.2012

EXPIRES 14.01.2013

WEBSITE . https://intranet.sggw.pl/intranet/?q=taxonomy/term/30

KEY WORDS veterinary medicine, small animal surgery

DESCRIPTION :

The candidate who apply for the position should meet the requirements under Article. 118 of the Act of 27 July 2005 Law on Higher Education (OJ No 164, pos. 1365, as amended.) Added Article 1 paragraph 91) of the Act dated. 18.03.2011 Act – Law on Higher Education, the Law on Academic Degrees and the Academic Title and Degrees and Title in the field of art and certain other acts (Journal of Laws No. 84, pos.455), and the Statute of the University (annex 6 point 6).

The candidate should hold a Habilitation (or equivalent) in Veterinary Medicine as well as  specialist in veterinary surgery and must be registered with the Polish Veterinary Chamber.

The candidate should be prepared to: lead lectures as well as classes (fluency in Polish language is required) in the field of small animal surgery, perform surgical operations and examinations on animals and conduct scientific research.

The candidate should have great scientific achievements of scientific publications in this field as well as  practical experience (more than 10 years) in small animal bone joints and spine surgery.

Those joining the contest should submit

– an application form for employment sent to the Rector of Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW,

-a copy of the proper diplomas

– a list of papers published and accepted for print (editorial certificate required)

-a candidate’s statement (on a special press) that such meets the requirements of Article 109. 1 / in the Act- Law on Higher Education and that WULS (SGGW) will be his main place of work as defined in  the/in the Act (printed issue of Personal Affairs Division)

– a certificate authorizing an occupational medicine physician to work in a position.

In addition, people from outside the university:

personal questionnaire, two pictures

scientific CV

feedback from the last job

a work certificate or a certificate of employment,

All documents mentioned above should be send to the Dean’s Office of  Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) –Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,

02-776 Warszawa,

ul. Nowoursynowska 159c

Poland

Deadline for the competition: 21.01.2013



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