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Kellogg College and the University of Oxford are committed to fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity, and maintains a working, learning, and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its staff and students are respected.

Kellogg College supports its students in a number of ways whether financial, academic, social, or welfare. There are two Junior Deans at Kellogg College who play an important role within the College’s community and are key members of the College’s welfare team. The College is looking to recruit two Junior Deans, starting on 1 September 2022 until 31 July 2023 (with a possibility for extension over the Summer Vacation). The position may be renewed, subject to review, after this date.

There are two Junior Deans who are supervised by, and report to, the Dean. Individuals may serve more than once as Junior Dean.

The Junior Deans play a vital role within Kellogg’s scholarly community, assisting the Dean, the Academic Administrator, the Domestic Bursar, the Head of Facilities Management, the Accommodation Manager, and other College Officers in ensuring the smooth running of the College.

The Junior Dean has four primary roles:

i) Assisting the Domestic Bursary Team by providing out of hours key holding support and initial maintenance response duties for students in College’s residential accommodation and guests in its short-term accommodation
ii) Upholding College and University rules
iii) Providing a first point of contact with students and student groups to help identify welfare concerns, and to liaise, advise or represent them as appropriate
iv) Providing a first point of contact for residential students, and guests in short-term accommodation, in emergencies out of normal office hours e.g. a fire or an individual/corporate crisis of any kind; and hence helping maintain the general welfare of the College community and achieving a high level of security for the central College site. In particular, you will be on the list of College Contacts held by Oxford University Security Services (OUSS) and others in case of alarms, and for the College House Officers when they need authoritative assistance.

Deadline for applications: noon, Friday 20 May 2022
Interviews: Friday 27 May 2022

How to apply

For more information and to apply, please download the job description

Kellogg College has an exciting opportunity for Early Career Researchers to apply for a Junior Research Fellowship tenable for up to three years from 1st October 2022.

The main duty of the Junior Research Fellow (JRF) is to undertake research, but it is hoped that the JRF will also contribute to the general intellectual life of the College. Although no stipend is payable, the JRF will be entitled to free lunches throughout the year when the kitchens are open, discounted Guest Night Dinners, and the use of a shared Fellows’ office. Those who have recently obtained, or are expected soon to obtain, a doctorate and who are working in any of the fields of research of the College’s Fellows and/or Kellogg Centres, are eligible to apply, provided that they have been appointed to a stipendiary post within the University. The Junior Research Fellowship will be coterminous with the stipendiary post, but will in no case be tenable for longer than three years.

We welcome applicants from all divisions of the University. Kellogg JRFs are currently under-represented in Humanities and Social Sciences. Kellogg is committed to diversity and encourages applications from the widest pool of potential candidates. Kellogg is a large graduate college with a global community of full-time and part-time students.

Applicants should write to the Senior Tutor, Kellogg College, by noon on 27 May 2022 providing a CV, together with a covering letter detailing the stipendiary appointment held, the nature of the research being undertaken, and how they see themselves contributing to the intellectual life of the College. One referee should be asked to write by the same date to the Senior Tutor in support of the application.

Please email applications and references to the Senior Tutor at vacancies@kellogg.ox.ac.uk with “JRF application” in the email subject.

£20, 092 to £22, 847 per annum

We have an exciting opportunity to join the Kitchen team at Kellogg College as our Chef de Partie.

You will play an important role in providing a consistently high standard of quality food for customers, and ensuring a provision for dietary requirements is met.

You will be responsible for ensuring receipt, storage, handling and preparation of all foods meets current hygiene legislation.

You will have a level 2 in Catering or equivalent, have demonstrable experience or food preparation and cooking in a busy kitchen as a Chef de Partie or similar. You will be able to perform to good operational standards, adhere responsibly to health and safety legislation and guidelines, and have excellent customer service skills.

Application deadline: noon, Wednesday 1 June 2022
Interviews: w/c Monday 13 June 2022

How to apply

Visit core.hr.com to apply online.

If you have any questions regarding the role, please email vacancies@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

“The value you get out of being a Research Member of Common Room depends on what you put in. Be active, be friendly, and be part of the Kellogg community”

Kellogg College is the University’s most international graduate college and has a unique mix of students. It is the University’s leading college for students reading for degrees on a part-time basis, and has a strong and vibrant body of full-time students.

This is an opportunity to become part of the Kellogg community as a Research Member of Common Room. This opportunity is available for postdoctoral researchers (and those of more senior status) who are employed by the University but do not have a college attachment. Some Research Members of Common Room have gone on to become Junior Research Fellows at Kellogg.

Successful applicants will be those intending to make an active contribution to the academic and social life and development of Kellogg College. In particular, Research Members of Common Room will be expected to act as a College Adviser to support and guide Kellogg students during their studies. Training for this role will be provided and all will be required to attend.

“College is friendly and the role of an adviser can be enjoyable and rewarding”

Research Membership of Common Room brings with it the opportunity to use College facilities, to enjoy subsidised College lunches and dinners, and to participate in a diverse and growing range of college seminars and social events. Availability of college facilities including meal provision is subject to Covid-19 restrictions.

Full details of the Kellogg College fellowship and Research Centres are available on our website on the Our People and Centres pages.

Application is by curriculum vitae, with a covering email explaining why you would like to be considered for Research Membership of Common Room at Kellogg College and how you would contribute to the Kellogg community. You should be currently employed in a research capacity within the collegiate University and ask a senior colleague to provide a short reference. Membership is renewable annually, coterminous with holding a (paid) research post in the University.

The application deadline for 2022-23 is noon of Friday 9th Week in Trinity Term (24 June 2022). Please email your application by the deadline to the Academic Administrator, Sarah O’Brien sarah.obrien@kellogg.ox.ac.uk Late or incomplete applications cannot be considered.

Please ask your referee to email their reference to the Academic Administrator, Sarah O’Brien sarah.obrien@kellogg.ox.ac.uk also by noon on Friday of 9th Week in Trinity Term (24 June 2022).

An introduction to Kellogg College and the role of College Advisor will be provided for successful applicants at 12pm (noon) on Tuesday 6 September 2022.

If you are successful your membership is subject to the provision of original documentation to establish your right to work and remain in the UK, which the collegiate University requires in order to comply with its duties under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.