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The Queen’s College

University of Oxford

The College places details of vacancies for academic and non-academic posts in this section. Academic posts include Fellowships and College Lecturerships. On the non-academic side, a variety of staff are employed to help with the good running and maintenance of the College.

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Electrical Technician
39 hrs. per week
Salary – approx £13.50 per hour
[Salary negotiable – dependent on qualifications and experience]

The Queen’s College is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced electrician to oversee all electrical and mechanical systems within the college and its estate, and to carry out routine maintenance tasks. The successful candidate will ideally be qualified to the latest 17th edition.

This is a full time post but applications from those seeking part time hours will be considered.

Benefits: 34 days holiday inc. bank holidays, pension scheme & lunches during working hours provided the kitchen is open.

Please note the successful candidate will be expected to agree to a DBS check.

Anyone requiring an informal chat is welcome to contact Mr David Goddard, Clerk of Works, on 01865 279128.

Method of Application

Applications should be in the form of a covering letter, together with a statement of qualifications and experience and can be emailed to or posted to Melanie Harris, The Queen’s College, Oxford, OX1 4AW. The deadline for applications is noon on Friday 31st July. Short-listed candidates will be interviewed during the week beginning Monday 10th August 2015.

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Chef required to work as part of an established team.  The post is based on a 40-hour week on split shifts, working five mornings and four evenings out of seven, to include some weekend work.  Duties include preparation to a high standard of an extensive range of meals for College members and commercial clients.  Contributory pension scheme, meals on duty and uniform provided.  The successful applicant will hold 706/1, 706/2 or equivalent, and hold a current Food Hygiene certificate.  Salary range £18,000 – £21,800, dependant on experience.

Further particulars can be downloaded from the College’s website at Applications should be sent to the Home Bursar’s Secretary ( at The Queen’s College, Oxford, OX1 4AW by Tuesday, 14th July 2015.

The Queen’s College is an equal opportunities employer.

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