External Verifier: HNC/D in Animal/Veterinary Nursing (2012/13)

Applications are invited for the post of External Verifier for the following subject areas:

HNC/D in Animal/Veterinary Nursing (2012/13)

Applications are invited for the post of External Verifier for HNC/D in Animal/Veterinary Nursing for the 2012/13 session. Applicants will be expected to have sufficient, verifiable, relevant experience and knowledge of the HN to be verified and have knowledge and understanding of the sector. In addition the applicant must be currently registered as a Veterinarian or Veterinary Nurse with the RCVS (RCVS Register or VN Register respectively) and meet the RCVS requirements for an Examiner.

Should an applicant require release from their employer, they should discuss this before making an application as approximately 5 days release is anticipated in the annual contract period. Additional time in applicants' own time may also be required to fulfil the duties of this post. Please follow the link below for details of the EV contract specification and selection criteria.

The successful applicant will receive training and induction for the role. Applicants must hold or be prepared to work towards the appropriate Learning & Development unit.  Applicants must also be prepared to participate in training activities for their continuing professional development.

Fees and expenses are paid for work undertaken. For an application form and further details of this post, please follow the link below. The closing date for applications will be Friday 31 May 2013. All applications will be acknowledged.

SQA requests that applications for this role are accompanied by a reference, which must be from your Head of Centre/employer or professional colleague if you are self employed. To help your referee complete your reference, you may wish to use our reference request form.

Completed application forms and reference forms should be submitted to: am@sqa.org.uk. Please e-mail us if you have any questions.

SQA is an equal opportunities organisation.