Stipendiary Lecturer in Engineering Science (part-time)
St Peter's College has a vacancy for a Stipendiary Lecturer in Engineering Science (5-hour) starting on 1 October 2014. The appointee will be expected to teach1st and 2nd year Electrical and Information Engineering (P2 and A2) and second year Electrical Machines in A4, to share the administration of teaching and the direction of undergraduate studies in Engineering Science, to take a full role in undergraduate admissions in Engineering Science and to set and mark College examinations (‘collections’). Closing date: 7 July 2014.
Academic-related and administrative
The IT team provides services and support to the College (consisting of 90 staff, 50 Fellows and Lecturers, and 450 students) and our visitors and guests. The team manages every aspect of IT service delivery and support within the College and its annexes. IT requirements change routinely and the post holder will be expected to respond to the need for new solutions and technologies. The College seeks a manager with a professional attitude and the necessary expertise to make an immediate contribution to the College's busy IT Office, with a hands on approach.
This is an exciting position working closely with the Catering and Events Officer and the Catering Services Manager who are responsible for organising, managing and co-ordinating all of the catering functions within the College
This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week on a varied shift rota covering 5 out of 7 days including weekends, overtime will be paid when required. The role will include assisting with the cleaning of the kitchen, equipment and facilities and some basic food preparation.
Casual Dining Hall Assistants
The duties will include serving food, clearing and setting tables at functions and some cleaning duties. Applicants should be able to work evenings and weekends on a casual flexible basis.
Scholarships and awards
No awards are currently being advertised
Housekeeping and catering
- There are currently no vacancies
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