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    We are a vibrant and ambitious College, committed to the highest standards of education for young women of all backgrounds.For staff, 鶹 is a friendly, modern College and offers a wide range of benefits and a pleasant working environment.We hold in high esteem the qualities in our staff of respect, courtesy, courage, collaboration and good-humoured communication. Staff, and Fellows employed by the College, are offered a range of benefitswhich include:

    • 25 days annual leave plus public holidays
    • contributory pension scheme
    • life assurance benefit
    • discretionary annual bonus scheme
    • subsidised gymfacilities
    • cycle scheme
    • on-site parking
    • lunch, provided every day that the kitchens are open.

    鶹 is an equal opportunities employer and abides by the privacy rules as set out in the Data Protection Act 1998 and subsequent General Data Protection Regulation. Please click to view a copy of the College'sPrivacy Statement for Job Applicants.

    Postdoctoral Bye Fellowships

    鶹 seeks to appoint to Bye Fellowships up to ten post-doctoral researchers to start from 1 October 2024. Research can be in any field, but the College would specifically welcome applications from candidates from ethnic backgrounds currently under-represented in the College Fellowship.

    The College will appoint no more than five researchers in the Sciences discipline and five in the Arts/Humanities discipline.

    Applicants should already hold a post in a Department, Faculty or affiliated institution of the University of Cambridge.

    Bye Fellows will be expected to play a part in the academic life of the College, for example, by supervising, participating in subject societies and/or attending termly graduate seminars. Theyare members of the Senior Common Room, and are entitled to two meals a week in College. They also have access to shared teaching space. They are paid at an enhanced rate (120%) for supervising members of the College.

    Appointments are made for one-year in the first instance, but may be renewed on an annual basis for up to three years. Bye Fellows are asked to write an annual report on their research ahead of the renewal of their Fellowship.

    An application, comprising curriculum vitae, covering letter, and the names of two referees, should reach the College Administrator, 鶹, Cambridge, CB3 0DF (email: sarah.greaves@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk) by noon on Friday 12 April 2024. References will only be sought for short-listed applicants.

    Head of Philanthropy

    £45,000-50,000 per annum (Job Band 2)

    Full time, 37.5 hours per week

    鶹 at the University of Cambridge is an outstanding, friendly community, with a pioneering history of promoting women’s leadership and achievement. Founded in 1954 as New Hall, the College has carved out a distinctive reputation for attracting women from a broad spread of backgrounds and, in this 70th year since its foundation, the College is actively redefining the extraordinary value and purpose of a college for women.

    Comprising 67 Fellows, around 550 undergraduate and postgraduate students, and a dedicated team of 120 professional services staff, 鶹 is a College for women with ambition, committed to furthering academic excellence and gender equality. We are an open and inclusive community where we champion women’s status in society and the workplace as well as sharing women’s views on major societal issues. The pursuit of intellectual excellence is coupled with a broad range of activities that develop the whole individual. We are also proud to be the home of the Women’s Art Collection, the largest collection of art by women in Europe.

    We now seek to appoint a new Head of Philanthropy as a key member of the Development Team. Working closely with the Director of Development, President and wider Fellowship, the Head of Philanthropy will manage major gift prospect activity and raise funds to support the strategic objectives of the College. The Head of Philanthropy will manage and develop a portfolio of relationships and undertake prospect and donor visits, to ask alumnae and others for philanthropic support the College. Reporting directly to the Director of Development, the Head of Philanthropy will be responsible for managing the Philanthropy Officer.

    It is an exciting time to join 鶹: now in our 70th year we need to push frontiers in all aspects of our work. We’ll invest in attracting students from all backgrounds, seeking out those who might not traditionally consider a Cambridge education. We’ll transform support for students, notably for post-graduate study – which is now mandatory for success across many professions. We’ll invest in this extraordinary site, enhancing buildings and facilities that have started to show their age. And we’ll support our brilliant Fellowship and academic community by endowing core posts and investing in the pastoral and academic support we provide. The Head of Philanthropy will make a major contribution to this vision by securing long-term philanthropic support.

    Further details on the requirements for the role and a full job description can be found below. To apply for this role please email your CV and cover letter to hr@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk by 11.59pm on Tuesday 30th April 2024.

    First stage panel interviews are planned for week commencing 6th May 2024 and second stage panel interviews week commencing 13th May 2024. Both stages will ideally be held in-person at 鶹.

    Events Coordinator

    £27,500 per annum, Job Band 6

    Full time 37.5 hours per week

    鶹 is seeking a friendly and positive Events Coordinator to help manage events for external and internal clients. Our Events Coordinator will support the Business Development Manager by responding to initial enquiries and seeing the event through from proposal to delivery.

    Our Events Coordinator will work closely with other departments to ensure the effective and smooth delivery of events, provide full event support to all clients, manage the sale of University Rooms, ensure that the internal booking system (Forum/KX) is up to date with the latest information promptly and accurately.

    The successful candidate will have excellent attention to detail and communication skills, always willing and wanting to help with a strong work ethic.

    Further details on the requirements for the role and a full job description can be found below. To apply for this role please email your CV and cover letter to hr@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk

    Please note this is being run as a rolling recruitment process. We will be assessing applications, shortlisting and offering interviews as the applications are received. The job will close once a candidate has been appointed.

    Senior Tutor

    Circa £80,000. Job Band 1.

    The recruitment for this role is being coordinated by Perrett Laver.

    To view the candidate pack and apply for this role, please follow the link:

    Electrician

    £34,000 per annum (Job Band 6)

    Full time 37.5 hours per week

    鶹 is seeking an electrician to form a crucial part of our maintenance team.

    Our electrician is responsible for the maintenance of our electrical, security, fire, heating and mechanical wired systems. This will include the inspection and testing of the systems and planning of any required maintenance. The role requires proactive and reactive work across a wide range of challenges throughout the College and its buildings.

    You will be a fully qualified electrician with at least City & Guilds, 17th Edition and be willing to work towards your 18th Edition. You also will have British Standard 7671, Test Inspection 2391 or earlier and PAT Certificate 2377.

    Further details on the requirements for the role and a full job description can be found below. To apply for this role please email your CV and cover letter to hr@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk.

    Please note this is being run as a rolling recruitment process. We will be assessing applications, shortlisting and offering interviews as the applications are received. The job will close once a candidate has been appointed.

    Housekeeping Assistant (Summer Casual)

    Zero hour contract

    £12 per hour

    鶹 is looking for Casual Housekeeping staff to work over the summer period, starting towards the end of June. The role will include the cleaning of student accommodation to get the bedrooms ready for our busy summer period. We offer a hotel-style standard of accommodation during this period, meaning you will be required to carry out the daily servicing of guest bedrooms, including the cleaning and re-making of beds. Other areas that are included are the cleaning of communal bathrooms, kitchens and corridors and stairs and you may be required to carry out other duties that may be reasonably required within the remit of this role.

    鶹 is a friendly, modern college and offers a wide range of staff benefits and a pleasant working environment.

    Please send a CV and cover letter detailing your experience and the reason for your interest in this position to hr@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk.

    Casual Waiting Staff

    £12 per hour

    鶹 is looking for Casual Waiting Staff to start work in the College Catering Department. The role will involve carrying out a variety of tasks to assist in the delivery of catering services in all the College rooms as required and maintaining a high level of food service. This is a 0 hour contract, with flexible hours of work during the day. A variety of shifts are available throughout the week, and a free meal per shift is included. The salary for Casual Waiting Staff is £10.90 per hour. No experience is required, as full training will be provided.

    Please send a CV and cover letter detailing your experience and the reason for your interest in this position to hr@murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk.