Work for Us - Employment Opportunities

St Hugh’s College is a warm and welcoming community, and a lively and interesting place to work. We offer competitive rates of pay, and excellent terms and conditions, including free lunch and parking for most employees. Academic and non-academic posts are advertised below.

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 Linguistics

St Hugh’s College proposes to appoint a six-hour Stipendiary Lecturer in Linguistics, specialising in Psycholinguistics, with effect from 1 October 2018 until 30 September 2019. This appointment is to fulfil teaching needs arising from sabbatical leave granted to a current post-holder, and is non-renewable.

St Hugh’s has one Tutorial Fellow in Linguistics, as well as three Tutorial Fellows in Modern Languages, and Tutorial Fellows in Psychology and in Philosophy. The College aims to admit four undergraduates per year for the Joint Schools in Linguistics with Modern Languages, Psychology, and Philosophy.

The Lecturer will be expected to have teaching experience relevant to undergraduate Linguistics. Experience relevant to Prelims Paper 8: General Linguistics, FHS Paper B4: Psycholinguistics, and FHS Paper A: Linguistic Theory in order to give tutorials in these areas is desirable. In addition, the Lecturer will be expected to play a full role in the running of Linguistics and its joint schools in the College. There may also be the possibility of additional lecturing, paid on an ad hoc basis by the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics various graduate and undergraduate papers.

The annual stipend for the post will be on a scale currently starting at £13,248 per annum and will be pensionable.

More information on the role and how to apply can be found below:

Stipendiary Lecturer in Linguistics – FPs

The deadline for applications is Noon on Wednesday 2nd May 2018.

St Hugh’s College, Oxford is an equal opportunities employer.

 

The Powys Roberts Research Fellowship in European Literature

 

                                                     St Hugh’s College, Oxford

                                                                    and  

           Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford

Applications are invited for the Powys Roberts Research Fellowship in European Literature at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, tenable from 1st October 2018. This is a fixed-term 3 year position intended for an individual who has recently completed a doctorate (that is, who has either submitted their thesis by the application deadline, or whose degree was awarded within the three preceding years), and who wishes to embark on an academic career. The post is open to those working in the fields of French & Francophone, German or Italian Literature in any period.

The primary purpose of the Fellowship is research, and the postholder will be expected to use the period of the Fellowship to begin building an international research profile. He or she will normally be expected to offer some teaching for the College, under the direction of the Fellows in the subject, and/or to participate in the teaching and examining of the relevant Sub-Faculty as appropriate, up to an overall combined College and Faculty maximum of six hours per week in term. The postholder will have the ability to bring advanced research projects to fruition, excellent presentation skills, and the ability to contribute to a research community.

The basic stipend of the Fellow is currently £23,772 per annum, with free single accommodation, or a housing allowance of £9,260 per annum.

More information on the role and how to apply can be found below:

Powys Roberts 2018 – FPs

The closing date for receipt of applications and references is Noon on 30th April 2018.

St Hugh’s College, Oxford is an equal opportunities employer. 

Non-Academic Positions

Graduate Trainee Library Assistant

Salary:   £17,062-£17,628

We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic and reliable Graduate Trainee Library Assistant to support the Librarian in the running of the St Hugh’s Library.

The Graduate Trainee Library Assistant will play a key role, carrying out routine tasks to ensure library resources are available to users. He or she will have the chance to learn about all aspects of the Library.

As part of the post they will participate in the Bodleian Libraries’ trainee scheme, which operates under the SCONUL Code of Practice and provides the necessary experience for applying for postgraduate courses in information and library management.

Further details of the Bodleian Libraries’ trainee scheme can be found at http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtrainees/

This is a fixed term post to start on a mutually agreed date in September 2018, and to end on the 31st August 2019.

Further particulars and details of how to apply please see below:

Graduate Trainee Library Assistant – Further Particulars

Closing dateNoon Tuesday 29 May 2018.

Interviews for short-listed candidates are provisionally planned for week commencing of 11 June 2018.

To apply please complete the form below and click next to submit the application.

If you have any queries, please email hr@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk or contact HR on (01865) 274914.

St Hugh’s is a self-governing College of Oxford University and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

No Agencies (inc advertising agencies).

Scouts/Cleaners

£17,062 per annum – 37.5 hours per week including evenings and some weekends.

St Hugh’s College located in a beautiful site in North Oxford, is seeking full time housekeeping staff to join its vibrant, motivated and passionate housekeeping team which delivers excellent customer service to our students, academics and also commercial guests and VIP’s.

St Hugh’s College is looking for permanent Scouts to join its current Housekeeping team. The successful candidates must have good communication skills and take pride in their work to ensure the highest levels of housekeeping services to all College accommodation. Hours will include some evenings and weekends, which will be agreed in advance depending on the needs of the College.

This is a role with varied duties, which will include cleaning of students and staff accommodation. You will be expected to maintain high standard of cleaning throughout all areas of the College. You will also be asked to assist with spring-cleaning accommodation at the end of each term in preparation of conferences, B&B quests and any VIP events.

You must be flexible, customer focused, approachable, professional and passionate about high standards of cleanliness, with experience within a similar customer-facing role, ideally experience as cleaner/housekeeper would be an advantage.

For further particulars and how to apply, please see below:

Scout Further Particulars – April 2018

To apply please complete the form below and click next to submit the application.

Closing date for applications Noon 2 May 2018

If you have any queries, please email hr@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk or telephone HR on (01865) 274914.

St Hugh’s is a self-governing College of Oxford University and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Summer Casual Scouts/Cleaners

Wage:  £8.75 per hour plus holiday pay

We are looking for summer casual scouts to support our housekeeping team. You must have good communication skills and take pride in their work to ensure the highest levels of housekeeping services to all College accommodation. Various working patterns are available and will include some evenings and weekends, depending on the needs of the College.

For further particulars and how to apply, please see below:

Summer Casual Scouts – Further Particulars April 2018

If you have any queries, please email hr@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk or telephone HR on (01865) 274914.

St Hugh’s is a self-governing College of Oxford University and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

No Agencies (inc advertising agencies)

Casual Servery/Waiting Assistant

Salary: £8.75 per hour

We are looking for Casual Servery/Waiting Assistant to join the current team to help in Hall and with conference events.  The duties will involve clearing and setting tables, serving meals and dealing with payments.  You may also be asked to assist with College functions, greeting guests, serving drinks and canapés, and taking responsibility for ensuring that guests enjoy their experience.  The role will also involve some light cleaning duties.

For further particulars, please see below:

Servery Assistant Casual Job Description 2017

If you have any queries, please email hr@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk or telephone HR on (01865) 274914.

St Hugh’s is a self-governing College of Oxford University and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

No Agencies (inc advertising agencies)