University of Zambia (UNZA)
University of Zambia (UNZA)
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Lecturer – Anatomy

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the following positions in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Zambia:



Responsible for teaching, conducting research and carrying out other academic related tasks.


Grade 12 School Certificate or its equivalent;

Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine from a reputable University;

Master’s degree in Anatomy or related science from a reputable University, PhD in anatomy or related science from a reputable University will be an added Advantage;

Traceable record of Research and Teaching at university level;

A member of the Veterinary Council of Zambia or any affiliation to a professional Body; and

At least two (2) years teaching or research experience at university or college level is an added advantage.

Method of Application

Only candidates who meet the specified requirements need to apply to the address indicated below, enclosing their detailed Curriculum Vitae, copies of educational certificates, professional affiliation certificates, names and addresses of three traceable references and contact address/ telephone/e-mail details. The position and School should be clearly marked on the envelope.

Applications to be sent to:

The Registrar

University of Zambia

P.O Box 32379


Application deadline
31 Jan 15:00
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Established in 1966, the University of Zambia is the oldest and biggest university in Zambia. The institution's main campus, located in Lusaka, offers programmes in the schools of Agricultural Science, Education, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, Law, Medicine, Mines, Natural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. The motto, service and excellence has steered the development of the university since its inception. A provider of world class services in higher education and knowledge generation.