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Homerton is a friendly, modern college and offers a very pleasant working environment and a generous benefit package. For all college positions we offer an excellent remuneration package which includes:
a very generous defined benefit pension scheme (your pension payment and lump-sum on retirement is predetermined by a formula based on your earnings history, tenure of service and age, rather than depending directly on investment returns). Monthly employer contributions are currently 18.2%
a great working environment
free on-site parking
meals on duty
subsidised access to our College gym
Cycle to work scheme
Great range of high street and online discounts
Homerton is an equal opportunities employer.
Salary: up to £24,028 depending on experience and qualifications.
We are seeking a Chef De Partie to join our very busy kitchen preparing and cooking food for our students, fellows, staff and conference/function guests throughout the year.
You should be passionate about food and able to contribute to the high standards our customers expect. Previous experience together with City and Guilds 706/1 & 2 or NVQ equivalent is essential. Previous experience of working in a similar environment would be an advantage.
A straight shift system working five days over seven is in place.
Equal Opportunities Form (optional)
All applications should be sent to Amanda Drummond, Personnel Manager, Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PH or to email@example.com.
Closing Date for applications is midday on 2nd July 2019.
No agencies please.
Homerton College intends to appoint several College Research Associates from 1 October 2019 or commencing later in the academic year 2019-20. Candidates must be of postdoctoral standing, and may be graduates of any university. They would normally hold awards made in a national or international competition for the purpose of conducting research in the University of Cambridge or at an associated research institution. There are no conditions of subject attached to these positions, but the successful applicants are likely to be within six years of having completed the requirements for the PhD (or equivalent) degree. Candidates will be selected by reference to their ability to contribute to the intellectual, educational, and social life of the College.
The appointment of College Research Associate will be coterminous with the postdoctoral award in the University of Cambridge or associated research institution. Appointment as a College Research Associate is for three years in the first instance (provided postdoctoral status and funding remains in place), and Research Associates may apply after the initial three years for reappointment to a term specified by the Research Committee of College Council. Various College benefits are offered including meals, though no stipend, college research allowance or honorarium will be payable, and no room or accommodation will be provided. The positions do not carry any teaching obligation, but involvement in College life is welcomed. Such involvement might, for example, take the form of outreach projects, mentoring students or teaching.
• a curriculum vitae;
• a 500-word statement of current research and future plans;
• a short statement providing the reasons for desiring a College connection including an indication of how the applicant would like to become involved in the College.
Applicants are further required to ensure that two references are submitted via email to arrive by the deadline date. Referees will be senior members of the relevant Cambridge Department or Faculty, or scholars of equivalent seniority in other universities who are able to comment on the work of the applicant. Appointment to these positions will follow scrutiny by the Research Committee of the Homerton College Council. Interviews are not normally required but an invitation to interview may be extended at the discretion of the Research Committee.
Applications should be submitted by email to the Personnel Administrator, (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 20 July 2019, 5pm.
Salary up to £26,242 depending on skills and experience
If you love putting data to work, then you will be interested in this role at Cambridge’s biggest and newest College.
Our office is tasked with raising funds to support our students and key projects, and keeping a good relationship with former students of the College. We depend on high-quality information about our alumni, their interactions with the College, and their donations - carefully and appropriately collected, analysed and clearly presented. We are seeking a colleague to join our small and friendly team. You will also be responsible for office administration and donation administration.
You will be a part of an innovative and dynamic institution. Homerton is situated in large and beautiful grounds in the south of Cambridge, near the railway station and Addenbrooke’s hospital.
In this role you will:
- Become the College’s in-house expert on the alumni database we share with the University of Cambridge
- Present reports from the database
- Administer donations to the College, from sending prompt acknowledgements to the donor, to claiming Gift Aid
- Administer the financial operations of the office, including purchase orders and invoicing
You will be able to show:
- Experience of using a CRM database
- Experience of using the internet for research purposes and compiling consolidated information
- Experience of working with others, including other teams, to complete tasks
- A high level of comfort with both financial and personal data, and the ability to spot patterns and trends in information
- A methodical approach and a high level of attention to detail
Equal Opportunities Form (optional)
All applications should be sent to Amanda Drummond, Personnel Manager, Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PH or to email@example.com
Closing Date for applications is 5pm on 9th July 2019.