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Trinity College

Vacancies

Academic Posts

Junior Research Fellowship in Biochemistry, Physiology or Pathology

Salary: Point 30 of the HE single pay spine (currently £37,099 per annum), rising to points 31 and 32 in years 2 and 3 of the appointment.

Applications are invited for a stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in the broad areas of Biochemistry, Physiology, or Pathology, tenable for a fixed term of three years from 1st October 2024.

A Junior Research Fellowship is a career development post, designed to enable an outstanding early career academic to undertake an independent programme of research that substantially develops or is different from their doctoral research. In making this appointment, Trinity College aims to develop and strengthen the research environment of the College, and to contribute to the goal of maintaining the University of Oxford as a leading centre for research.

The Fellowship is open to research who:

  • Have recently been awarded a doctorate or who are very close to submission of their doctoral thesis. Applicants awarded a PhD following viva voce examination prior to 1st October 2020 will not be considered unless there are specific extenuating circumstances, such as an interruption to their academic career due to parental leave or serious illness.
  • Have not held a comparable career development appointment at Oxford or another university. A comparable appointment is deemed to be a salaried, research-only appointment for the purposes of self-directed research.

Applications should be sent by email to the Academic Administrator (academic.administrator@trinity.ox.ac.uk) by 12 noon (UK time) on Wednesday 28th February 2024.

Further particulars, selection criteria, and information on how to apply for this post can be found here: Further Particulars - JRF in Biochemistry_Physiology_Pathology 2024_0.pdf

Trinity College is an equal opportunities employer. To ensure that our Equality and Diversity Policy is fairly and fully implemented, and for no other reason, we ask that you complete our Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form and return it to the College Accountant (nasera.cummings@trinity.ox.ac.uk).

Non-Academic Posts

Duty Manager (Events)

salary: £14.22 per hour

We are recruiting for Duty Managers to help support our busy programme of events at Trinity College. The role of Duty Manager is to prepare and manage events taking place across College, but particularly in the Levine Building. The role requires the ability to manage multiple events across the site and to ensure the highest standards of customer service are provided at all times. The Duty Manager is the first point of contact for event organisers and guests and will manage a team of Stewards to ensure the smooth running of events.  These events include concerts, lectures, weddings, and conferences.

This role is a casual contract which requires evening and weekend work and would be suitable for full-time students or people looking for a casual role.  The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, have good communication skills and be confident working in a public facing role.

You can download a full job description with responsibilities here: JD Duty Manager

Please submit an expression of interest and a CV to megan.maclean@trinity.ox.ac.uk

Levine Building Steward

Salary: £11.00 per hour

We are recruiting for Stewards to assist with our Events at Trinity programme in the Levine Building. The role of Levine Building Steward is to work effectively with the Duty Manager, other Stewards and all members of the frontline team in the preparation and management of events taking place within the Levine Building. The Levine Building Steward is expected to provide a warm welcome to guests and help usher the audience to their seats.

This role is a casual contract which requires evening and weekend work and would be suitable for full-time students or people looking for a casual role.  The ideal candidate will be friendly and confident working in a public facing role.

You can download a full job description with responsibilities here: JD Levine Steward

Please submit an expression of interest and a CV to megan.maclean@trinity.ox.ac.uk

Dining Hall Supervisor

Salary: £31,928 per year

We are inviting applications for the position of Dining Hall Supervisor at Trinity College, Oxford.

The Dining Hall Supervisor will be responsible to the Head of Hospitality Services Manager, and will be expected deliver food and beverage services within the College, working in close operation with the other Hall Supervisors, the Full Time Catering Staff, a team of casual Staff, the Kitchen team and our Conference and Events team, to continue and maintain the levels of excellent service for our everyday business, student events, Formal Hall and Guest Night dinners, special College occasions, Conference bookings, Summer School programs and special events booked throughout the year and to maintain the reputation that Trinity holds within the University.

The Dining Hall Supervisor should be passionate and willing to lead staff in providing the highest standards of service to the wide variety of Students, Fellows, Guests and Staff, that pass through our wonderful College and to maintain our reputation for the best food and service in Oxford.

The person appointed will have experience of working at a Supervisory level and will oversee both student dining and the Senior Common Room dining services.

We would like to fill this position as soon as possible.

You can download a full job description with responsibilities here: Dining Hall Supervisor JDPlease submit a CV and cover letter, outlining your suitability for the role to Jonathan.flint@trinity.ox.ac.uk.  The post will be advertised until a suitable candidate has been appointed.

Chef de Partie

Salary: £31,928 per year

Trinity is a prestigious establishment renowned for its superb and creative cuisine. In addition to academics, we also cater for fine dining, banquets, functions and conferences achieving excellent standards.  We seek like-minded people to join our modern and well-equipped kitchen.

The professional qualifications appropriate to this post are:

  • City & Guilds 706 Parts 1 & 2 or NVQ equivalent, although experience will be taken into consideration.
  • CIEH level 3 award in supervising food safety in catering

Food allergy awareness certificate.

We offer: 40-hour week mostly straight shifts, generous holidays, pension scheme, meals on duty and uniform.

Personal progression is encouraged.

A full job description can be downloaded here: Chef de Partie. To apply, please email julian.smith@trinity.ox.ac.uk with your CV and a covering letter. This post will be advertised until a suitable candidate has been appointed.

Trinity is an equal opportunities employer.