The College employs a wide-ranging mixture of academic, research, management, and support and technical staff. In addition, the College is sometimes able to offer associations to academics employed by other faculties or departments of the University and to academics visiting Oxford.
Facilities and Benefits
University College offers a wide range of excellent facilities and benefits to its staff, for example:
- Generous holiday allowances
- Optional pension schemes
- Personal and professional development opportunities
- Free lunches when on duty
- A salary exchange scheme which allows staff to purchase childcare vouchers
- Interest-free season ticket loans for travel on public transport
- Free use of the on-site squash court
- Discounted use of the University’s sports facilities
Specific information about the benefits associated with each post is provided within the further particulars when it is advertised.
Equality and Diversity
University College aims to promote equality of opportunity and treatment for all men and women working and studying at the College or applying to do so and to ensure equality of access to all services provided by the College. The College aims to foster an environment in which unlawful discrimination and harassment are not tolerated and where all members of the College community are encouraged to achieve their full potential. Further information about the College’s Equality Duty is available on our Policy Documents page.
Associate Professorships of Economics
Department of Economics, Manor Road Building, Oxford and Brasenose College, Christ Church and University College
Grade 10a: Salary ranges between £48,114-£64,605 p.a.
Plus a College Housing Allowance (currently ranging between £10,630 and £14,466 p.a. or in some cases a low-interest housing loan or college accommodation free of rent subject to availability)
The University is seeking to appoint three full-time Associate Professors of Economics to start in September 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. The University of Oxford uses the grade of Associate Professor for most of its senior academic appointments. This grade is roughly equivalent to Associate Professor in the USA. Associate Professors are eligible for consideration through regular recognition of distinction exercises for award of the title of full Professor.
Each post is associated with a Tutorial Fellowship, at either Brasenose College, Christ Church or University College. Duties will include undertaking independent research and securing funding to support the Department’s research activities, together with teaching and supervision responsibilities for the Department of Economics and the College, and Trustee duties (as a member of the Governing Body) at the College.
Applications are invited from candidates with a completed doctorate in Economics and postdoctoral experience in an academic position. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a high standard of research achievement and potential, and the ability to enthuse and inspire students at both undergraduate and graduate level through tutorials, classes, lectures, and supervision. Applicants should have an interest in promoting a culture of equality and diversity in the workplace.
The Department and Colleges wish to encourage applicants with research and teaching interests in any field of economics. The Department would welcome applicants willing to teach Economic History, Financial Economics or Financial Econometrics, but has teaching needs in all fields.
The Colleges require post holders to be willing to teach undergraduates as follows:
Brasenose College: Macroeconomics
Christ Church: Microeconomics
University College: Microeconomics
The appointment is for 5 years in the first instance, with reappointment to retirement upon completion of a successful review.
The Department and each college offer an exciting research and teaching environment, and an attractive financial package to the successful applicant.
Salary ranges between £48,114-£64,605 p.a. plus additional benefits. In cases of particular merit, the Department may make a recommendation to the University for the award of an additional salary supplement above the maximum scale. Please refer to the Further Particulars for details of the wider benefits package offered by the University and each of the three colleges, including the annual research allowances.
Associate Professors who are awarded the title of full professor may receive from the University an additional salary payment of £2,804 p.a.
Closing date for applications: Please submit your application by 12 midday GMT on 29th November 2019.
The Department plans to have representatives available to meet with individuals interested in joining the Department of Economics, at the EEA Job Market Meeting, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 18–19 Dec 2019.
Interviews are expected to be held over two days, 27th and 28th January 2020, and shortlisted candidates are expected to be available over both days.
Candidates need only submit one application to be considered for all three positions, applications must be submitted on-line via Econjobmarket: https://econjobmarket.org/positions/6149
Please refer to the attached further particulars for details of each position: https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=143502. The further particulars for the position at Univ are also attached below.
Applications are particularly welcome from women, and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
Please note that the University of Oxford’s retirement policy has changed. With effect from 1 October 2017, all employees at Grade 8 (including the grade of this post) and above have a retirement age of the 30 September before the 69th birthday. All employees at Grades 1-7 do not have a set retirement age. Further details are available here: https://www.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs/preemploymentscreening.
Stipendiary Lectureship in English Literature - Period 1550 to 1700
Salary: £18,341-£20,628 (depending on experience)
Applications are invited for a Stipendiary Lectureship in English Literature, tenable for 2 years, from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2021.
The post is to provide replacement teaching for the duration of Dr Joseph Moshenska’s Philip Leverhulme Prize. The appointee will be required to provide 8 hours of tutorials for the College per week, averaged over three eight-week terms, and to participate in pastoral care of students and the administration of the subject in the college, including marking college examinations.
By mutual agreement, this position may be held concurrently with another compatible post.
We expect the appointee to provide tuition and revision classes in the following courses:
• Final Honour Schools Paper 3: English Literature 1550-1660;
• Final Honour Schools Paper 4: English Literature 1660-1760;
• Final Honour Schools Paper 1: Shakespeare;
• Undergraduate dissertations that fall within the period 1500-1750;
• A contribution to the first year introductory paper on literary theory.
The stipend will be in the range £18,341-£20,628 (depending on experience) plus a number of college benefits. The further particulars and application form can be downloaded from the bottom of this page. Further details about University College and the courses offered are also available on this website.
The closing date for applications and the last date for receipt of references direct from referees is 12 noon (UK time) on Monday 18 November 2019. (See Further Particulars for format of application and method of submission.)
Interviews are expected to take place on Friday 6 December 2019 (subject to confirmation).
Please note that this post would not entitle the successful applicant to apply for a Tier 2 UK Visa, and thus any applicant should ensure that they have the legal right to work in the UK for the period of the lectureship.
Please download and complete the Recruitment Monitoring Form at the bottom of this page. This can be returned by email to email@example.com and will be treated confidentially and not as part of the selection process, or it can be sent in hard copy addressed to the Equality Officer at University College.
University College is an equal opportunities employer. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.
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The working hours are mainly during evenings and weekends. The rate of pay is £9.00 per hour. Benefits include uniform and meals while on duty.
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