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.
The Queen’s College is an equal opportunities employer, and has an equality policy and equality action plan.
36.5 hours per week including working until 7pm in Full Term.
Salary: Oxford University support staff Grade 3 which currently starts at £18,301 rising to a maximum £20,781 per annum.
This is a permanent position, but we would welcome applications from those wishing to pursue a qualification in librarianship at a later stage or by distance learning whilst in post.
Duties to include shelving, book processing, classification, cataloguing, moving book stock, dealing with reader enquiries and other library housekeeping duties as required. The post holder will assist with the smooth running of the College library and carry out essential day to day tasks to make the resources of the library fully available. Full training will be provided.
You will be flexible, adaptable and able to work on your own initiative as well as part of a small team. It is essential that you are organised, self-motivated, reliable and punctual and have a keen eye for detail. Some aspects of the post involve lifting, carrying, bending, stretching, manoeuvring trolleys and the use of kicksteps and stepladders. The initial few weeks of the post may involve moving into a temporary office ready for the start of the construction of our new library building.
The Queen’s College is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
The closing date is Friday 20 February 2015, with interviews to be held on Wednesday 4 March 2015.
Junior Research Fellowship in Politics with Research Specialism in New Political and Social Movements in Britain.
The College invites applications for election to a Junior Research Fellowship in
Politics, with a research specialism in New Political and Social Movements in
Britain, tenable for three years from 1 October 2015.
Applicants should normally have recently completed doctoral research or be close to completion.
Further particulars are available below and from the College Office, The Queen’s College,
Oxford OX1 4AW, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is noon Monday, 9th March 2105.