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Estates and Bursary Secretary

£22,249 – 26,247.  33.75 hours per week (Monday – Friday) Full time.

New College, founded by William of Wykeham in 1379, is one of the largest colleges of the University of Oxford. During term time it is home to more than 600 undergraduate and postgraduate students and over 100 academics. In addition to its primary function of university teaching and research, the College has a thriving vacation conference business, and welcomes visitors from around the world to experience its beautiful buildings and gardens and hear the world famous chapel choir.

Food and Beverage/Hall Supervisor - Full time

Salary £18,412pa.

Working in the oldest hall within either the Oxford or Cambridge colleges, we are seeking an enthusiatic food and beverage/hall supervisor:

  • To provide students and conference guests with a high standard of food service together with a professional and courteous manner.
  • To support the Food and Beverage Manager and Assistant Manager with day to day operations to include supervising Hall staff members.

Weekend Breakfast/Salad Chef

The Breakfast/Salad Chef will be working as part of a team to ensure the provision of high quality meals to fellows, students, staff, guests and commercial customers. The role is based on an expected 14 hours per week, worked in two 7-hour shifts on Saturday and Sunday mornings.  Additional hours may be offered as required by the Kitchen.

Salary £21,840pa pro rata

Further details of the post and applicant experience/qualifications can be found on the job description below..

Assistant Chaplain

The College seeks to appoint an Assistant Chaplain to lead services, develop activities for students and the chapel congregation, and to provide liturgical and administrative support to the Dean of Divinity. The College would prefer to appoint an individual in holy orders in the Church of England (or a church in full communion with the Church of England), but it also welcomes applications from lay candidates who have experience of leading formal Christian worship. There is no requirement to sing the liturgy, although experienced singers may have the opportunity to sing.