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Trinity College


Academic Posts

Fixed-Term, Part-Time Stipendiary Lecturership in Modern Languages (French)

Applications are invited for a part-time, fixed-term Stipendiary Lectureship in Modern Languages, for one year from 1st September 2022 to 31st August 2023 in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal for a further two years. The successful candidate will be required to teach four weighted hours per week, averaged across the three terms, to students studying French. Candidates should have an excellent educational background, with a good first degree, and either possess or be working towards a doctorate. They should have the ability to teach high-achieving undergraduates via College tutorials in the required subjects, namely the first year (Prelims) literature papers III and IV and second and final year classes in translation from French to English (Final Honour School paper IIA). The syllabus is included in the Further Particulars.

The Further Particulars for this post, including details on how to apply, are available here.

Applications should be sent to the Academic Administrator ( by 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 17th June.

As part of the application process we invite you to complete our Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form here.

Trinity College and the University of Oxford are Equal Opportunity Employers

Fixed-Term, Full-Time Research Lecturership in History (Modern and Contemporary)

Trinity College invites applications for a Research Lecturer in History (Modern and Contemporary) for a fixed-term period, from the 1st September 2022 to 31st December 2023. This Research Lecturership is intended to provide an opportunity to undertake high-quality research, and to cover the College and Faculty teaching needs arising from a period of leave being taken the College’s Fellow and Tutor in Modern History, Professor James McDougall.

Starting salary: point 27 on the HE single pay spine (currently £31,406 per annum), rising to point 28 (currently £32,344 per annum) on this scale in year two of the appointment.

Applications should be sent to the Academic Administrator, by 12 noon (UK time) on Monday 6th June 2022.

Further particulars about this post – including information about eligibility, the duties of the post, selection criteria, and how to apply – are available here.

As part of the application process we invite you to complete our Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form here.

Trinity College and the University of Oxford are Equal Opportunity Employers

Non-Academic Posts

Human Resources Manager

Salary: £24,000 based on 3 days per week (£40,000 FTE)

Reporting to the Domestic Bursar, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for the provision of a full HR service including recruitment, training, administration and the development and implementation of HR policies and procedures.

The successful candidate will ideally have at least 3 years post qualification experience in HR management. You will be educated to degree level and will hold CIPD level 7 qualification or a relevant professional qualification of the same level.

Along with an in-depth understanding of employment law and best practice, you will have the ability to interpret legislation with strong experience of developing and implementing HR policy and procedure. 

With excellent organisation, project management, and administrative skills, you will also be a strong communicator with proven experience of working alongside a motivated and professional management team.

To apply, please email with your CV and covering letter. Further particulars are available here.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 11th May 2022, 5pm (UK time). Please note that if you have not received a response by Monday 16th May 2022, you should assume your application has not been successful.

Trinity College is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Junior Deanship (off-site) 2022-23

Applications are invited for one male off site Junior Dean in an outside property in Staverton Road, for the academic year 2022-2023.

This post is open to those engaged in, or admitted to pursue graduate study at Trinity College, and is offered initially on a fixed term basis for one year with the possibility of re-appointment on re-application annually until completion of graduate study. Matriculated graduate students are limited to Trinity students only.  

The Junior Deans, reporting to both the Dean and Domestic Bursar, play a key role in the College community. They support the College’s pastoral care provision and provide an approachable first point of contact out of hours for students needing help or support. They work with the Dean, Accommodation Manager, Domestic Bursar, Wellbeing and Lodge team in ensuring the smooth running of the College.

It should be noted that the post should not be considered in itself sufficient to support graduate study at Oxford.

Junior Deans are provided with a stipend and other benefits which vary according to the site and responsibilities of each position:

Stipends for 2022-2023 are £900 (offsite).

Junior Deans are expected to reside in designated College accommodation, provided free of charge during the contractual term of appointment, and are provided with meal allowances in Hall.

Applicants should be confident that they would normally expect to be resident in Oxford throughout full term for the entirety of the academic year. Appointments for 2022-23 are made on the basis that normal arrangements may have to be varied in light of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.

You can download the further particulars here. To apply, please submit your CV along with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the post, and giving details of any relevant previous experience.

Applications, marked “Junior Dean Application” in the subject line, should be sent by email to Claire Judd at by close of play on Friday 13th May 2022.

Interviews for the post will be held in person during 4th week by arrangement with shortlisted candidates. References may be requested following interview. Please note that if you have not received a response by Monday 16th May 2022, you should assume your application has not been successful.


Kitchen porter (evening/weekend)

We are looking for a kitchen porter to cover evening and/or weekend shifts. A minimum of 15 hours per week is required, spread over some evenings and weekends. The rate of pay will be £10.00 P/H.

For further information please contact

Casual dining staff vacancies

We are looking to recruit Dining Hall staff to service Student Dinners, Functions, Banquets and Weddings. Uniform is provided, along with meals for shifts over four hours.

Experience would be useful, but training will be given to all.

The rate of pay will be £10 per hour, paid monthly.

To apply or for more information, please contact the SCR / Hall Steward on