Work For Us
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.
We are looking for enthusiastic, customer focussed people to help us deliver an excellent catering service to the College. Experience is not necessary – what is important to us is a can do attitude and a willingness to provide the very best!
In return, we can offer you straight shifts, great rates of pay and meals on duty. What’s more, we are willing to be flexible with shifts and shift patterns to accommodate school ‘pick up’ and ‘drop off’ time and school holidays.
If you are interested in working with us please send your CV to Monika Wybraniec at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd February 2019.
We are looking for a Kitchen Assistant to work alongside our team of professional chefs to help prepare and cook 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 of working in a similar environment would be an advantage, but training will be provided.
Equal opportunities Form (optional)
Please send application to email@example.com by midday on Monday 25th February 2019.
Homerton College invites applications for a College Lectureship in Law with effect from 1st May 2019, if possible, although some flexibility may be possible for the right candidate. As a college we are committed to access and diversity, and we are keen to grow and consolidate our college law team as we further strengthen our undergraduate cohort. The salary scale for College Teaching Officer appointments is from point 28 to 35 on the National Spine (£31,303 - £38,458 pro rata) and the post is pensionable under USS. The Lectureship will carry a College Fellowship. This is a permanent position after a probationary period. The college would be willing to consider highly qualified applicants interested in the post as a substantive part-time appointment.
The College’s teaching needs cover the whole of Part I Law (see http://ba.law.cam.ac.uk/), and we expect the post holder to be able to make substantial contributions to core parts of the course. The post-holder will be expected to be research active in their speciality.
To apply for the role, the following should be submitted by email to Katrina Wilson, Personnel Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on Tuesday 12th March 2019:
- Further particulars
- Letter of Application, to include a statement of current and future research, and a list of courses that the applicant would feel able to teach (no more than two sides of A4)
- Application Form
- Equal Opportunities Form (optional)
Applicants are also asked to arrange for references to be sent from three referees directly to the Personnel Office by the above date; please refer to the Guidance Notes for Referees for further details.
Interviews are expected to take place on the 26th March 2019.