Notifications of Vacancies

  • Thursday 18 April 2013
  • NO. 5021
  • VOL. 143

Please refer to the website, or contact the email address shown, for further details of the vacancy. For a full list of vacancies in the University and colleges, see

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University of Oxford

Sa—ód Business School; Senior Research Fellow in Entrepreneurship and Innovation; grade RSIV (£100,000+); noon, 29 April;

School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies and Faculty of Law in association with St Anne's; University Lecturership in African Criminology; £43,312–£58,157; noon, 17 May;

School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies in association with Lady Margaret Hall; University Lecturership in the Economy of China; £43,312–£58,157; noon, 30 April;

Department of Politics and International Relations in association with Brasenose; University Lecturership in Comparative Government and Politics (including the United Kingdom); £43,312–£58,157; noon, 2 May;

Colleges, Halls and Societies

Balliol; stipendiary Lecturership in Classics (1 October 2013 to 15 March 2014); £12,260 pro rata with certain common table rights; 24 May; or

Brasenose; 2 Junior Deans; £3,107 pa plus accommodation and some Common Table meals; noon, 9 May; or

Brasenose; 6-hour stipendiary Lecturer in Economics (9 months from 1 Oct); £12,383–£13,897 pro rata; noon, 17 May;

Brasenose and St Anne's; 6-hour stipendiary Lecturer in Ancient History (5 months from 1 Oct); £12,383–£13,297 pro rata; noon, 17 May;

Christ Church; fixed-term 6-hour stipendiary Lecturership in Economics (Macroeconomics and Quantitative Economics); £12,383 pro rata; 17 May;

Christ Church; fixed-term 6-hour stipendiary Lecturership  in History (Early Modern); £12,383; 17 May;

Christ Church; fixed-term 6-hour stipendiary Lecturership  in Psychology; £12,383; 17 May;

Hertford; stipendiary Lecturer in Economics; £8,255–£9,285; 29 April;

Jesus; Graduate Library Trainee; £15,658; noon, 10 May;

Keble; stipendiary Lecturer in Politics; £12,260–£13,789; 16 May;

New College; Development Assistant; £23,352; 8 May;

Oriel; JRF in Early Modern History; £19,000–£21,000; 2 May;

Oriel; Head of Operations and Communications (Development Office); c£35,000; 30 April;

Pembroke; stipendiary Lecturer in Politics; £8,255–£9,285; 19 April;

Pembroke; Development Administrator; c£20,000; 30 April;

Queen's; Bursar; from £70,000; 3 May;

Queen's; non-stipendiary Extraordinary Junior Research Fellowship in Mathematics; allowances; 17 May;

Queen's; Junior Research Fellowship in Classics; £17,412 plus allowances; 17 May;

St Anne's; Senior Development Officer (Major Gifts); £30,306; 29 April;

St Edmund Hall; part-time Accommodation Officer; £20,172–£23,352 pro rata; noon, 24 April;

St Hilda's; stipendiary Lecturer in Early Modern British History (1 year from 1 October 2013); £16,347–£18,385 pro rata; noon, 6 May;

St John's; Research Associate: Publishers and Writers in Shakespeare's England; £29,541; 26 April;

University College; Assistant Librarian; £23,352–£27,854; 19 April;

University College; Academic Services Manager; £29,541–£36,298 (discretionary range to £39,649) plus additional benefits; 9 May;

External Vacancies

University of Cambridge; BP Foundation McKenzie Professorship of Earth Sciences; 21 May;

Downing College, Cambridge; non-stipendiary Research Fellowship; noon, 1 May;

Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge; College Teaching Officer in Law; £32,559; noon, 30 April;

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Fellow and College Lecturer in Human, Social and Political Sciences (from 1 October 2013); £37,382–£47,314; 30 April;

Queens’ College, Cambridge; Development Director; £56,467–£72,902; 22 April;

Queens’ College, Cambridge; Chaplain; stipend equal to that of an incumbent in the Diocese of Ely; 22 April;

Trinity Hall, Cambridge; College Teaching Associateship in Law; £12,000 plus college accommodation and dining rights; 22 April; or