Zoology Graduate With Desire To Become A Clinical Animal Behaviourist
Posted: Monday the 2nd November, 2020. 13h24
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Overview: I am a zoology graduate who is looking to start my career in the animal industry. I adore animals and aspire to have a job whereby I can have a positive impact on their quality of life and continue to learn more about their behaviour and needs. My goal is to become a Clinical Animal Behaviourist and I am aiming to complete a masters degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour in order to gain sufficient knowledge and qualification to do so. In addition to this, I realise I need to gain more and more practical experience directly with animals. This is why I would love to gain a role within a veterinary practice to help me learn new skills and gain the relevant and invaluable experience.
I am extremely hard-working and determined to make this my career and push myself to achieve my goals. I am a reliable worker who is punctual and trustworthy. I have the ability to work well within a team and independently and enjoy carrying out both practical and hands-on tasks as well as administrative duties. I am eager to learn and gain more experience and confidence in an animal care role.
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology
Qualified at: University of Liverpool
Country qualified: United Kingdom
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: 1 years. I graduated in 2020
Type of practice I have experience in: Voluntary experience within veterinary practices and wildlife hospital
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: I need 1 week notice
Special Interests: Other than animals, I have interests in sports and exercise and also languages such as Spanish.
Computer skills: Microsoft Office programs
Statistical Software - SPSS and R
Desired location: Liverpool
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