The following positions are available at RCVS Knowledge:
Project Manager – Fulltime, fixed term contract (12 months maternity cover)
RCVS Knowledge is inviting applications for the position of Project Manager for its Quality Improvement in Veterinary Care project.
Quality Improvement is about making veterinary healthcare safe, effective, client and patient-centred, timely, efficient and evidence-based. RCVS Knowledge is focussing on what organisations and individuals can do, using quality improvement tools, with an aim to bring about measurable improvement by applying evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) in practice.
The project has four main aims:
- To provide the veterinary profession with useful quality improvement resources which are supported and developed by vets and veterinary nurses
- To facilitate a culture change towards the implementation of quality improvement in practice
- To enhance the awareness and dispersion of quality improvement skills in the profession
- To attract new sponsors and supporters
The successful applicant will provide comprehensive project management oversight, ensuring that the project is completed within its planned time, scope and budget.
Please download the full job description and application details from the ‘related documents’ box.
Closing date: 9.00am, 1st February 2017
Interviews: w/c 6th March 2017
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with your cv and a cover letter on how you meet the criteria.
Editor-in-Chief - Part time voluntary position
Do you have a passion for EBVM and engaging with the veterinary community? RCVS Knowledge is inviting applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief for its open access journal, Veterinary Evidence.
Veterinary Evidence is an online, peer-reviewed journal which is owned and published by RCVS Knowledge. The journal is aimed at veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, paraprofessionals and allied professions in the international veterinary community.
The Editor-in-Chief will work alongside the editorial office to establish and promote Veterinary Evidence as a high-quality, international, peer-reviewed journal. They will be responsible for the content of the journal and its editorial strategy and will possess a clear vision for achieving its overall aim of becoming a go to resource for evidence-based veterinary medicine.
Please download the full job description and application details from the ‘Related documents’ box.
Any queries please contact the Managing Editor, Bridget Sheppard: email@example.com
Closing date: Midnight, Sunday April 2nd 2017
Interviews: W/C April 17th 2017