Job Opportunities

Director of Development

Salary: Highly Competitive

St Anne’s College, Oxford seeks to appoint an outstanding individual as Director of Development to lead an innovative and ambitious development programme.

Founded in 1879, St Anne’s College is a down to earth, friendly and independent-minded college, modern in its outlook and its architecture. It is open to the world, informal and yet academically demanding. St Anne’s has always been about widening access – it uniquely enabled women from all backgrounds access to an Oxford education, and the College (now co-educational) is committed to securing its legacy and future by being a diverse and inclusive community that is the home of choice for the brightest and most ambitious from all backgrounds, including those who may think that Oxford is not for people like them.

Building on the success of its recent capital appeal, St Anne’s is now developing plans for its next campaign. The Director of Development will play a key role in shaping what this will look like and how it will be achieved, engaging and inspiring current and future supporters around the new campaign and beyond.

The Director of Development will work closely with the College’s Principal, Treasurer and key members of the College to enable St Anne’s to deliver its vision of the future. S/he will be responsible for the overall direction, management and performance of the Development Office with a key responsibility being securing private gift support from alumnae and non-alumnae.

This is an exciting, career-defining opportunity which would suit an exceptional major gifts fundraiser. The College will consider candidates who may not have significant experience of working at this level but have the potential and drive to succeed both professionally and personally within this role.

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Stipendiary Lectureship in Classics

Stipendiary Lectureship in Classics

£18,553 (Point 2 on the Recommended Scale For Stipendiary Lecturers 2018-19)

Fixed-term from 12th January 2020 – 27th June 2020

The role is to provide teaching cover during the absence of the current Fellow and Tutor of Classical Languages at St Anne’s College for Hilary and Trinity terms 2020, Prof Matthew Leigh.

No university post is associated with this Lectureship. The post holder will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated Stipendiary Lecturer able to undertake eight contact hours of tutorial teaching per week during the 16 weeks of full term across Hilary and Trinity Terms in 2020. Tutorials and classes will primarily be given to St Anne’s first and second year students.

Please see here to view the full Further Particulars.

How to Apply

Electronic applications only. The following documents should be sent, in Word format, or as a pdf, attached to an email, to Ms Ellen Creaser, Executive Assistant, St Anne’s College: ellen.creaser@st-annes.ox.ac.uk:

1) A completed Appointing Committee’s Form (see page 6 in the Further Particulars)

2) A Letter of Application

3) Curriculum Vitae

4) Two academic references

Please return the equal opportunities form by email to recruitment@st-annes.ox.ac.uk. These forms are used for monitoring purposes and will not be seen by any member of the selection committee.

The Closing date is Monday 8th July at 12 noon.

St Anne's College is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry

Department of Biochemistry in association with St Anne's College, Oxford

Combined University and College salary: £47,263 - £63,463 p.a.

Applications are invited for an Associate Professorship of Biochemistry based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford, with effect from 1 January 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. The post is in association with a Tutorial Fellowship at St Anne’s College.

For more information, please follow this link to the University website.

Non-Stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship in Social Science

The Governing Body of St Anne's College invites applications for a Non-Stipendiary Research Fellowship in Social Science. The post will be tenable from September 2019 for a period of up to three years.

A key aim of the Fellowship is to foster the ongoing relationship between the College undergraduate and postgraduate student body and the Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM), a partnership between the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and St Anne’s College (http://cpm.well.ox.ac.uk). Applicants for this Fellowship should be able to demonstrate an interest in the work and direction of the Centre, as well as a willingness to engage current undergraduate and postgraduate students and the Fellowship at St Anne’s in its work. Together with the existing CPM team, which includes a Junior Research Fellow in Medical Sciences, the successful applicant will help to organize, promote and run engagement events ranging from student tutorials to international seminars. Applications are welcome from across a wide range of disciplines with an interest in the social aspects of personalised medicine, including Law, Ethics, Statistics, Philosophy and Health Economics, and candidates should have a demonstrable interest in teaching and public engagement activities. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to set out their interests in and ideas for CPM initiatives.

Please see here to view the full Further Particulars.

How to Apply

Electronic applications only. The following documents should be sent, in Word format, or as a pdf, attached to an email, to Ms Ellen Creaser, Executive Assistant, St Anne’s College: recruitment@st-annes.ox.ac.uk

1) A completed Appointing Committee’s Form (see page 4)

2) A Curriculum Vitae

3) A statement (not more than 500 words) setting out your research interests.

4) A statement (not more than 500 words) setting out your interest in personalised medicine and how you might foster relations with the student body and Fellowship of St Anne’s College.

5) Two academic references. Referees should be asked to write (in English please) directly to the Executive Assistant (email above), without waiting for a request from the College.

6) Candidates are requested to complete the equal opportunities form and return it by post to St Anne’s College, or by email to recruitment@st-annes.ox.ac.uk. These forms are used for monitoring purposes and will not be seen by any member of the selection committee. St Anne's College is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Closing date is Thursday 4th July at 12 noon. Interviews will be held on Monday 22nd July.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bursary Administrator

28 hours per week

£22, 457pa pro rata, actual salary is £17,346pa.

The Bursary Administrator will provide a high quality administrative service to enable the Bursary to deliver facilities and services to staff, students and guests of the college at conferences and events throughout the year.

The post holder will be the point of contact for the office regarding bursarial arrangements, act as Secretary at Committees and Forums regarding Estates and Accommodation, and oversee training, supplies and security requirements for the department.

The post holder will need to demonstrate a good level of organisational ability, be proactive and take ownership of tasks, with excellent attention to detail and accuracy.  They should be very good at communicating at all levels with a positive and pragmatic outlook.

 Application process

Please see here to view the full job description. To apply please download and return an application form with a CV and a covering letter stating why you are interested in, and suitable for this role. Applications should be sent to recruitment@st-annes.ox.ac.uk. The closing date is Friday 12th July at noon.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 23rd July 2019.

St Anne’s College is an equal opportunities employer. Please see here to complete an Equal Opportunities monitoring form.

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Applications (Support Roles)

If you are applying for any of our support staff vacancies we will require:
• a covering letter, stating why you are interested in and suitable for the role
• a full CV
• a completed application form (download from the job details). 
Ideally these should be sent as email attachments in a word or pdf format. The email text should state which role you are applying for.
Please see the individual job details for further information on how to apply.

We may be unable to open attachments if the email accompanying them is blank or unclear.  
Incomplete applications may not be processed.

Postal applications can be sent to HR Office, St Anne’s College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS.

St Anne's College is an equal opportunities employer.