Vacancies

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.

 

Current vacancies

£48,114 – £64,605 per annum (plus College allowances of £1576 p.a.)

Permanent upon completion of a successful review. The review is conducted during the first 5 years.

The Department for Continuing Education and Kellogg College are recruiting an Associate Professor in History.

This post is an opportunity for an Associate Professor with an established research record and research interests in the early modern period to join the leading Continuing Education department in the UK. Committed to public engagement, the Department is multidisciplinary and encourages interdisciplinary teaching and research.  You will be responsible to the Director of the Department for Continuing Education and under the direction of the Director of Public and International Programmes.  You will be part of a team led by Professor Tom Buchanan, Professor of Modern British and European History and Director of Studies of the Department’s programme in Modern History and Politics.

You will be encouraged to participate in the academic life of Kellogg College, for example by taking part in the events for History students and being willing to act as a College Adviser for graduate students, and will be expected to play a part in the administration of the College.

If you would like to discuss this post and find out more about joining the academic community at Oxford, please contact Professor Jonathan Michie at jonathan.michie@conted.ox.ac.uk, telephone: +44 (0)1865 270376 or Professor Tom Buchanan at tom.buchanan@conted.ox.ac.uk, telephone: +44(0)1865 270382. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.

How to apply

For more information and details of how to apply please download the Job description and selection criteria

£48,114 – £64,605 per annum (plus College allowances of £1576 p.a.)

Permanent upon completion of a successful review. The review is conducted during the first 5 years.

The Department for Continuing Education and Kellogg College are recruiting an Associate Professor in History of Art.

This post is an opportunity for an Associate Professor with an established research record and research interests in the visual and material culture of the later medieval/early modern periods to join the leading Continuing Education department in the UK. Committed to public engagement, the Department is multidisciplinary and encourages interdisciplinary teaching and research. The History of Art teaching portfolio includes a History of Art specialisation in the Certificate of Higher Education; a Certificate in History of Art; a Diploma in History of Art; a Master of Studies in Historical Studies; a Master of Studies in the History of Design; a Postgraduate Certificate in Historical Studies and a Master of Studies in Historical Studies; a Master of Studies in Literature and Arts; a doctoral programme in Literature and Arts; 18 open access weekly classes each of 10 weeks each year; 11 day and weekend  events each year; and 11 open access online courses each of 10 weeks annually.

You will be encouraged to participate in the academic life of Kellogg College, for example by taking part in the events for History of Art students and being willing to act as a College Adviser for graduate students, and will be expected to play a part in the administration of the College.

If you would like to discuss this post and find out more about joining the academic community at Oxford, please contact Professor Jonathan Michie at jonathan.michie@conted.ox.ac.uk or telephone: +44 (0)1865 270376. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.

How to apply

For more information and details of how to apply please download the job description and selection criteria

£48,114 – £64,605 per annum (plus College allowances of £1576 p.a.)

The Department for Continuing Education and Kellogg College are recruiting an Associate Professor in Political Economy.

This post is an opportunity to join the leading Continuing Education department in the UK. Committed to public engagement, the Department is multidisciplinary and encourages interdisciplinary teaching and research.  The Department’s programme in political economy consists of the following elements:

  • Online short courses;
  • Weekly class courses in economics, and Day & Weekend Schools;
  • Economics courses in the Oxford University Summer School for Adults (OUSSA); and
  • Elements within Master’s degrees, such as the M.Sc. in Sustainable Urban Development.

You will be encouraged to participate in the academic life of Kellogg College, for example by taking part in the events for economics students and being willing to act as a College Adviser for graduate students, and will be expected to play a part in the administration of the College.

If you would like to discuss this post and find out more about joining the academic community at Oxford, please contact Professor Jonathan Michie at jonathan.michie@conted.ox.ac.uk or telephone: +44 (0)1865 270376. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.

How to apply

For more information and details of how to apply please download the job description and selection criteria

“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 College 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 College.

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 College Adviser to support and guide Kellogg College 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.

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 2019-20 is noon of Friday 9th Week (26 June 2020). Please email your application by the deadline to the Academic Administrator, Sarah O’Brien.

Please ask your referee to email their reference to the Academic Administrator, Sarah O’Brien also by noon on Friday of 9th Week (26 June 2020).

An introduction to Kellogg College and the role of College Advisor will be provided for successful applicants at 11:30am on Monday 20 July 2020.

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.