Current Jobs and Vacancies

Below are all the currently open vacancies which the Gazette has been asked to publish. For a full list of all University vacancies, see: For a list of all college vacancies, see:

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University of Oxford

Any department in either the Humanities or Medical Sciences Divisions; George Eastman Visiting Professorship for 2019–20; £66,693; 9 October; or

Rothermere American Institute; Edward Orsborn Professorship of US Politics and Political History and Director of the Rothermere American Institute; 29 September;

Faculty of Law; Professorship of Socio-Legal Studies; 29 September;

Nuffield Department of Medicine; Nuffield Professorship of Clinical Medicine; 6 October;

Nuffield Department of Population Health; Professorship of Epidemiology; 2 October;

Department of Social Policy and Intervention in association with Green Templeton; Associate Professorship in Evidence-based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation; £45,562–£61,179; noon, 20 September;

Colleges, Halls and Societies

Corpus Christi; Visiting Fellow and Visiting Scholar 2018–19; 3 November;

Hertford; fixed-term Stipendiary Lecturer in Philosophy; £13,026–£14,651 plus benefits; noon, 21 September;

Mansfield; fixed-term stipendiary Lecturer in Politics; noon, 2 October;

New College; Food and Beverage/Hall Supervisor; £20,046 plus bonus;

Oriel; Commis Chef; £16,000–£19,000; 29 September;

Pembroke; Bursar; 2 October;

Queen's; 1-year College Office Trainee; £16,039; noon, 22 September;

St Catherine's; Executive Officer to the Master; noon, 19 October;

St Cross; Admissions and Academic Assistant; £21,585–£24,983; noon, 29 September;

Wolfson; Academic Registrar; £37,670–£43,270; 25 September;

Wolfson; Minibus driver; £14,386–£17,453; 20 September;

External Vacancies

University of Cambridge; George Pitt-Rivers Professorship of Archaeological Science; 22 September;

University of Cambridge; Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Professorship of the Deep History and Archaeology of Africa; 26 September;

Magdalene College, Cambridge; CTO in Economics; £37,075–£39,324; 2 October;

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Keith Sykes Research Fellowship in Italian Studies (from 1 October 2018); £22,494–£25,298; 30 September;

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Mark Kaplanoff Research Fellowship in History (from 1 October 2018); at least £22,494 and reviewed annually; 30 September;

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Ron Thomson Research Fellowship in the Sciences (from 1 October 2018); £22,494–£25,298; 30 September;

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Stokes Research Fellowship in Mathematics or Physical Sciences (from 1 October 2018); c£28,452; 30 September;

Cambridge Colleges Research Fellowships 2018–19

A number of Cambridge colleges propose to hold competitions for Research Fellowships tenable from the start of the academic year 2018–19 with closing dates for application on or near 1 October. Advertisements will appear online at not later than 31 August.  Advertisements for competitions with a later closing date will normally appear in the Cambridge University Reporter and the Gazette as well as online, not less than 28 days before the closing date.