St Hugh’s College is a warm and welcoming community, and a lively and interesting place to work. Academic and non-academic posts are advertised on our website. We are an equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from candidates seeking job share or flexible working positions.

 

Current vacancies

Academic positions: 

Two-year Stipendiary Lectureship in Modern History

St Hugh’s College is looking to appoint a six-hour Stipendiary Lecturer in Modern History, with effect from 1 October 2016 until 30 September 2018.

This appointment is to fulfil teaching needs arising from a period of academic leave granted to a current post holder and is non-renewable.

Further Particulars of the role.

Closing date: Noon on Wednesday 15th June 2016

To Apply:  Applicants are asked to submit a brief curriculum vitae (including a publications list, if applicable, and the names of two referees) together with a statement of their teaching experience and range in relation to the areas outlined above.

In addition, a short sample of written work i.e. an article or chapter (published or unpublished) of up to 10,000 words, should be submitted electronically. Applicants should also ask their referees to write directly to the College Office by the closing date.

Applications, and references should be submitted by email or on paper, addressed to the Academic Registrar, Miss Thea Crapper, at the College Office, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, OX2 6LE (college.office@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk) by Noon on Wednesday 15th June 2016.

Non-academic positions: 

Casual Servery/Waiting Assistants

The College’s conference and catering business is expanding and we therefore wish to increase the number of Casual Servery/Waiting Assistants to help out on an ad hoc basis. Varying shifts, to include weekends and evenings. You will be well spoken and have an immaculate presentation, being able to offer a top quality service at all times, with a smile.

Servery assistant further particulars

Closing date: none

Apply by:  CV and cover letter to Andrew Sheridan, Catering Manager by email or post

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Alumni Association - General Editor for College Register Volume 2

St Hugh’s College Alumni Association

is seeking to recruit

a General Editor or two Co-Editors

for

St Hugh’s College Register Volume 2

This substantial project to record a quarter of a century of the history of St Hugh’s through brief accounts of the lives of its mid to late 20th century graduates may interest an alumna/alumnus of the College who has a long term perspective on developments at St Hugh’s since 1960 and who could take on the role of General Editor working with a senior member colleague with complementary skills. Or it could suit two St Hugh’s senior members working as co-editors. The two people who take on this task will be invited to join the Alumni Association Committee which provides regular contact with the College and is a source of support. As for past projects this one, too, is offered as being on a voluntary unpaid basis.

Further Particulars

Further details can be obtained from the Advertisement:

Register Volume 2- Editor

Dr Ann Soutter is very willing to discuss the Register project ann@soutter.orangehome.co.uk.

All firm expressions of interest in undertaking this important and interesting work should be addressed to Veronica Lowe, Hon. Secretary of the Alumni Association, at veronica.lowe@auxilium.freeserve.co.uk.

Fundraising Consultant

St Hugh’s is looking to recruit a fundraising consultant to work specifically on raising donations from our alumni based in the US. This project would be timed to coincide with the planning and launch of the new Future Project for the College.

Evidence of fundraising experience in-country is essential as is the ability to be based in country for periods of time throughout the two –year contract period. Ambitious targets will be agreed with the successful candidate. Terms and conditions will be negotiable.

Expressions of interest, evidence of successful experience in this field plus the names of two referees should be forwarded to Felicity Walker, HR, email address: felicity.walker@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk.

For an informal discussion please contact Sarah Carthew, Director of Development at: sarah.carthew@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk

Interviews are planned for the week of 1 June 2016.

Junior Dean

St Hugh’s wishes to appoint one Junior Dean to take up office in Michaelmas Term 2016. The successful applicant will belong to the decanal team consisting of the Dean, Assistant Dean and usually a total of four Junior Deans.

A Junior Dean must, while in post, be a graduate student of the College, normally studying for a D.Phil. An appointment is for one year in the first instance and may be renewed, subject to a satisfactory formal review.

For more information please see the file attached here: Further Particulars of the role.

Applicants should send their applications to the Dean’s Secretary, Mrs Felicity Walker, felicity.walker@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk, to arrive by no later than 12pm on Tuesday 14 June 2016.

Applications must contain a covering letter, a curriculum vitae and a letter of reference from someone who knows the candidate well (eg. a supervisor, or former tutor or employer); the reference may be sent directly by the referee.

In addition, applications must include or arrange to be sent to Mrs Walker the written agreement of the applicant’s College graduate advisor or equivalent. Interviews for the posts will be held on Monday 20 or Tuesday 21 June.

Any further questions about the position should be directed to Mrs Felicity Walker by email.

Postal applications
All postal applications should be sent to the named contact at St Hugh’s College, St Margaret’s Road, Oxford OX2 6LE.

No Agencies (including advertising agencies).