The College invites applications for this post, which is tenable for a fixed period of three years from 1 October 2024 based in New College, Oxford. The person appointed will be expected to provide support to students as part of the College’s welfare team, to act as a link between senior and junior members of the College, and to undertake their own independent and original academic research. The Fellowship is open to those who have already acquired a first degree, and a PhD/DPhil.
The Fellowship carries a stipend of £26,323 p.a. (subject to review). The appointment will be pensionable under the USS scheme, details of which can be found here: www.uss.co.uk
The Fellow will be expected to live in College and suitable accommodation is provided free of charge1. Fellows are entitled to free lunch and dinner at the common table when this is available, a research and book allowance (£1,675 p.a.). The post comes with an entertainment budget of £1,700 p.a.
The appointment will be for a fixed period of three years without possibility of renewal.
Further particulars are available here:
isw.changeworknow.co.uk/new_college_oxford/vms/e/careers/search/new or available from the Academic Registrar or Student Welfare Officer (we*****@ne*.uk). The closing date for receipt of applications is 11:59pm on 8th December 2023.
All enquiries should be in the first instance addressed to the Academic Registrar at we*****@ne*.uk
New College is committed to increasing diversity across all parts of the institution and to welcoming under-represented groups. It aims to provide an inclusive environment which promotes equality and maintains a working, learning and social context in which the rights and dignity of all its members are respected to assist them in reaching their full potential. The College is an equal opportunities employer and adheres to the University’s Equal Opportunities Policy and Code of Practice, a copy of which is available on request