Full time, permanent
Salary in the range of £23,474 - £25,599 pa (dependant on qualifications and experience).
There is a vacancy for the position of Third Chef in the Catering Department of St Anne’s College. Working alongside the Head Chef, Deputy and Second Chefs, the main duties include the preparation for all food for staff, students and conference guests; occasionally running the kitchen; stock ordering and cleaning schedules.
The position will be full-time: 40 hours per week. The roster will include weekends and straight and split shifts. Shift times may vary depending on College needs.
Prospective candidates should click here to see the full job description and download an application form. Please email a completed application form with a CV and a covering letter stating why you are interested in, and suitable for this role, to email@example.com
The closing date is noon on Friday 23rd November 2018.
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St Anne’s College is an equal opportunities employer.
The Clayman-Fulford Junior Research Fellowship in ‘Politics and Political Thought'
THE CLAYMAN-FULFORD JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN ‘POLITICS AND POLITICAL THOUGHT’
The Governing Body of St Anne's College invites applications for the Clayman-Fulford Junior Research Fellowship, tenable from 1 October 2019. The Fellowship is offered for research in any area of ‘Politics and Political Thought’. The JRF is open to those at an early stage of their academic career, typically at post-doctoral level, though applicants in their last year of doctoral study are also eligible to apply.
Applicants must hold a PhD/DPhil or be near to completion and a copy of the doctoral award certificate or an academic reference confirming thesis submission will be required from the successful candidate before commencement of the position. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in St Anne’s College and in the University of Oxford.
Applications will be judged primarily on the basis of the candidate’s potential to undertake a coherent, significant and exciting programme of research in an area of ‘Politics and Political Thought’, as evidenced by their research proposal, publication record and academic references. Applicants must have a high level of research ability. The programme of research must be of a standard which will make a valuable contribution to the candidate’s field. Applicants must have a strong education record and be able to communicate well about the subject. Teaching experience at university level or evidence of the ability to teach undergraduates of high quality is desirable.
The objectives of the College in making this appointment are: to develop the research profile and career of an early-career researcher; to develop and strengthen the research profile of the College; and more generally to contribute to the goal of maintaining the University of Oxford as a leading centre for research in Politics and Political Thought. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in research and its dissemination; propose, plan and manage a high quality programme of original research; and publicise the outcomes of that research through presentation of papers and publications. It is expected that the Fellow will also undertake up to three hours of teaching per week during term time for the College and engage in the life and activities of the College.
Research Fellows require the permission of Governing Body before undertaking any other paid employment whether in-term or in the vacation. They will be permitted to teach up to 6 hours per week in total, if circumstances warrant it and permission has been sought from the Senior Tutor.
Salary and Benefits
· Stipend, including 3 hours of teaching per week, will be £26,222 (this figure may be reduced to take account of any award or grant already held by or promised to the successful applicant).
· A housing allowance of £4,828 pa will be paid.
· The Fellow will be a member of the Senior Common Room, and will be entitled to all meals free during term, and breakfast and lunch during vacation, except when the hall is closed.
· Research Allowance up to £1,000 per annum
· The Fellow will become a member of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). Details of the pension scheme are available via the University of Oxford’s USS webpage.
How to Apply
Please see here for a copy of the full Further Particulars.
Electronic applications only. The following documents should be sent, in Word or pdf format, attached to an email, to Ms Ellen Creaser, Executive Assistant to the Senior Tutor, St Anne’s College: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) A completed Appointing Committee’s Form (see page 5 of the further particulars).
2) A Curriculum Vitae.
3) A Research statement (not more than 500 words) setting out your research interests.
4) 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.
5) Candidates are also invited to complete an equal opportunities form. These forms are used for monitoring purposes and will not be seen by any member of the selection committee.
The deadline for receipt of applications, including references, is noon on Friday 14 December 2018. Shortlisting and interviews are expected to take place in January and February 2019.
Casual Kitchen Porter / Wash-Up
£8.75 per hour plus 1.06p per hour holiday pay. Total payable per hour £9.81
We are seeking Casual Kitchen Porters / Wash up. Working in the Catering department your main duties will be to ensure all kitchen equipment and utensils are cleaned thoroughly.
The roster includes evening and weekend shifts but in particular we are looking for people available to work at the weekends. Shifts may vary depending on College needs. As this is a casual role there is no guarantee of being offered any shifts.
Please see the full details here:
Prospective candidates for should download an application form here and return it to us with a CV and a covering letter stating how your skills and experiences make you suitable for this post.
Please send applications by email to email@example.com .
Casual Dining Hall General Assistant
£8.75 per hour plus 1.06er hour holiday pay. Total payable per hour £9.81
The Catering Department of St Anne’s College are looking for casual Dining Hall General Assistants (waiting staff). Working in the Catering department, the roster includes mainly weekend shifts, however, day and evening shifts may also be available. Shift times may vary depending on College needs. As this is a casual role there is no guarantee of being offered any shifts. The main duties will be assisting in the preparation of dining rooms and serving of all meals to guests as well as carrying out other catering duties as required including coffee shop and bar work.
Prospective candidates should download an application form and return it to us with a CV and covering letter stating how your skills and experiences make you suitable for this casual role. Applications should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.