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Bursar

Salary: in the region of £70,000

Wolfson is the largest graduate college of the University of Oxford.  It is a rich and diverse community with over 1600 members from over 60 countries. Fellows and students work in a range of academic disciplines.  The College was founded in 1966 and its first President was Professor Sir Isaiah Berlin.

The College wishes to appoint a new Bursar to replace the current post holder who will retire at the end of this year.

The Bursar is responsible for the financial affairs, and the business, investment and domestic administration of the College. He/she reports to the Governing Body and to the President. 

The successful applicant will play a crucial role in the leadership and management of the College, the completion of current and future works projects, and in the organisation of the College’s 50th anniversary celebrations in 2016.  

Further particulars of the post, information how to apply and the application form are available here: (Word version) (PDF version)

Closing date: Friday 12 June 2015.

Interview date: Thursday 2 July 2015.

Wolfson College is an equal opportunities employer. We would be grateful if you could complete and return the recruitment monitoring form together with your application: (Word version) (PDF version)


 

The Oxford Centre for Life-Writing at Wolfson College

Wolfson College and the Faculty of English Language and Literature

THE WEINREBE FELLOW IN LIFE-WRITING AT WOLFSON COLLEGE

STIPENDIARY RESEARCH FELLOW WITH ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Salary: £30,500 - £37,500

 

SUMMARY OF POST

The Oxford Centre for Life-Writing at Wolfson College (OCLW) was established in 2010 with generous funding from The Dorset Foundation. The Director of the Centre is Professor Dame Hermione Lee, and its Associate Director is Professor Elleke Boehmer. The Centre’s activities are administered by the Weinrebe Fellow in Life-Writing, Dr Rachel Hewitt, whose tenure will end in November 2015.

The Centre connects across every part of the University, across the humanities, sciences and social sciences. Through events and a dynamic virtual presence, it also aims to bring together scholars and students from further afield, nationally and internationally, within and outside academia.

OCLW proposes to appoint a three-year Stipendiary Research Fellow with administrative responsibilities to co-ordinate activities for the Centre, to begin on 1 November 2015 or as soon as possible after this date. The individual will be primarily based in Wolfson College, but will also be a member of the English Faculty, or of a relevant University Faculty depending on his or her research area.

Closing date: Wednesday 10 June 2015. 

Interview date: Monday 6 July 2015.

Please note: currently it is not possible to apply for an employers’ Certificate of Sponsorship for this vacancy, and as such only individuals who are already entitled to work in the UK will be eligible to apply.  Non EU applicants should provide evidence of their right to work in the UK when requested to do so.

The Further Particulars of the post, application details and the application form can be found here: (Word version) (PDF version)

Wolfson College is an equal opportunities employer. We would be grateful if you could complete and return the recruitment monitoring form together with your application: (Word version) (PDF version)