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: 

Stipendiary Lectureship in Medieval English

St Hugh’s College intends to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Medieval English for the period 1 January 2017 – 30 July 2017. This is a temporary, fixed-term position created to provide substitute teaching during a Tutor’s research leave.

The successful candidate will be required to teach up to eight hours of tutorials, seminars and classes per week during term in the Hilary (Spring) Term 2017, and up to four hours per week in the Trinity (Summer) Term, as well as sharing responsibility for administrative and pastoral duties for undergraduate students in English at St Hugh’s College.

Candidates should be able to teach Old and Middle English language and literature, mainly first-year (Prelims) Paper 2 (650–1350), and finals (FHS) Paper 2 (1350–1550), and be willing to supervise undergraduate dissertations in the medieval period that fall within their expertise. It will also be an advantage to be able to contribute to teaching in Prelims Paper 1, ‘Introduction to English Language and Literature’. Information about the undergraduate syllabus in English Language and Literature can be found at: www.english.ox.ac.uk/course-structure

Preference will be given to candidates who have, or expect to have completed by 1 January 2017, a doctorate in a relevant area.

The salary will be £17,179 per annum for Hilary Term, and £8,590 per annum for Trinity Term.

Further particulars: English Lectureship

Application Procedure

Those wishing to apply for this post should 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. Applicants should also ask their referees to write directly to the College Office by the closing date. The selection committee takes this opportunity to thank in advance all referees.

Applications should be submitted (preferably in electronic format), addressed to the Academic Registrar, Miss Thea Crapper, at the College Office, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, OX2 6LE (thea.crapper@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk) by Noon on Thursday 8 December; interviews are likely to be held on or around 15 December.

The appointment will be subject to the provision of proof of the right to work in the UK.

St Hugh’s College is an equal opportunities employer.

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.

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

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