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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.

Pay Scale: Grade 3
Salary: £21,197 to £23,715 per annum, pro rata
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Part-time, 24 hrs per week, annualised

We have an exciting opportunity to join the Hub Café Team at Kellogg as a Barista.

You will play an important role in serving drinks and food to customers, preparing food from scratch, answering basic queries, and responding to customer feedback. You will also help maintain the coffee machine, ensuring it is in good working order, including updating temperature records.

You will be responsible for liaising with fresh food suppliers to ensure stock is at the required level, and for checking deliveries to ensure the food arrives in good condition and is as ordered. You will also ensure that Food Safety and relevant Health & Safety legislation regulations, as well as all risk assessments, are complied with.

You will have at least Level 1 in a food safety and preparation qualification, or relevant experience. You will have demonstrable experience of providing good customer service, as well as a proven ability to juggle multiple tasks and manage competing deadlines, whilst remaining calm under pressure. You will also possess good communication skills, both written and verbal, and be able to work as both part of a team and independently, using your own initiative.

This vacancy is being actively recruited for and is open until a successful applicant is found.

How to apply

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Pay Scale: Grade 6
Salary: £30,052 – £36,386 per annum
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time

This is a re-advertisement, previous applicants need not apply.

We have an exciting opportunity to join the Development and Alumni Relations Team as a Database and Development Operations Officer. Reporting to the Head of Development and Alumni Relations, you will be responsible for maintaining the College’s alumni database. You will oversee the content and functioning of the database, analyse data in depth, write complex queries, prepare reports for senior staff, and provide support for Kellogg’s busy Development and Alumni Relations Office.

You will  devise new systems and processes to enable the work of the office to be carried out with greater efficiency and effectiveness, and plan and arrange accurate data imports as required. You will also be required to undertake prospect research using a variety of sources with keen attention to detail and understanding of the College’s fundraising aims.

You will have excellent written and oral communication skills, supplemented by strong inter-personal skills, and experience of dealing with an extensive variety of customers, including students, staff, senior academics, external partners, and international visitors. You will have experience of developing and implementing systems and processes to support the team’s activities, and be able to gather, process and analyse a wide variety of data and understand privacy and data protection laws.

Application deadline: Noon, Friday 17 February 2023
Interviews: w/c 27 February 2023

How to apply

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Pay Scale: Grade 1
Salary: £21,150 per annum
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time, annualised

We are looking to recruit a Kitchen Porter to work within our Kitchens team (main kitchen and the Hub Café kitchen). The post holder will be responsible for cleaning all catering service equipment, kitchen equipment and the catering areas onsite and offsite where the College provides catering services. They will ensure high standards of cleanliness, hygiene and food safety, as required by the Kitchen Management team. This position reports to the Sous Chef.

Business is fairly consistent throughout the year, though there are some quiet times in August, over Easter and when the kitchen closes down over Christmas and New Year, so the job is be offered on an annualised hours basis, to ensure that an average of 36.5 hours are worked per week.

Shifts will vary to cover the hours of business and can include weekend, bank holiday and evening work.

You will have previous experience in carrying out cleaning duties, preferably in a commercial kitchen setting, and have experience of delivering a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene. You will be flexible, with the ability to adapt, and have excellent time-keeping skills.

How to apply

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Pay Scale: Grade 6
Salary: £30,052 – £36,386 per annum
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Catering Team as Sous Chef.

An interesting and busy role, as part of the kitchen management team, you will assist the Executive Head Chef in providing a consistently high standard of quality food for customers. You will be expected to oversee the general operation of the Kellogg kitchens, making sure food is prepared to the required high standard; you will take an active part in menu planning and costing; and ensure that orders are placed with suppliers

You will be responsible for ensuring all dietary requirements are accurately observed, and communicated before and during service, ensuring that food safety, and relevant Health and Safety legislation including COSHH (Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health) regulations are adhered to. This includes, but is not limited to, temperature records, and managing and monitoring food deliveries; checking the temperature and quality of food products; and reporting any discrepancies to the Executive Head Chef and Supplier.

The job is typically Monday-Friday, but occasional weekend work might be necessary in line with the nature of the business. Occasional split shifts might also be required, however, these are rare.

You will have proven culinary experience in a professional kitchen as a Junior Sous Chef or above, and in supervising a catering operation that covers a variety of meals. You will have the ability to communicate and relate professionally with a range of customers; good health and safety awareness, preferably with an Level 3 Food Hygiene Certificate; and be innovative and creative with a passion for great food and cooking. You will also be able to demonstrate strong leadership skills and have the knowledge and ability to encourage and develop all team members.

How to apply

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