SRUC is unique in Scotland and one of the largest organisations of its kind in Europe. Our ambitious and exciting vision is to work at local, national and international levels, leading innovation and sustainable development in agriculture and rural sectors.
The Scottish Racing Academy represents a collaboration between Scottish Racing, Scottish and British Horseracing industry partners and SRUC. The SRA aims to provide learner-centric training for anyone who would like to gain the skills required to be employed in one of many roles in racing, as well for anyone who already works in the horseracing industry and wishes to upskill their knowledge.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Equine Lecturer specialising in racehorse care at our Oatridge Campus. The Equine Team offers full-time equine courses ranging from National Certificate (SCQF level 5) to Higher National Diploma (SCQF level 8) levels. Facilities on site include the Scottish National Equestrian Centre.
We are seeking highly motivated individuals with teaching experience and an extensive knowledge of racehorse care, to teach and support Equine students. The main purpose of this post is to deliver high quality teaching, specialising in racehorse care, to Equine students at National Certificate level (SCQF 5).
Applications are invited from Equine professionals that hold a relevant industry qualification (e.g. BHA learning programme level 3 or 4, BHSAI/II,) and/or relevant degree level qualification with practical experience of the horse racing industry.
Interviews will be conducted remotely during the week commencing 13th September 2021.
This is a part-time role (14 hours), fixed term until 29 July 2022.
Further details on the requirements of this role can be found in the Job Description document which you must read before applying for this role. This is downloadable when you click the link below.
Please download and read the Job Particulars document before proceeding with your application.
Closing date: 9 September 2021. Please note that CVs will not be accepted without a completed application form.