Jobs

Salary:
Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (dependant on experience)

Founded in 1714, Worcester College is one of 39 constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. Worcester is a welcoming academic community, where students, staff and Fellows, live, work and learn. Based on a 26 acre site, which includes a lake and a playing field, it is renowned for its beautiful gardens and grounds.

Salary:
Grade 5: £26,341- £31,406 per annum (dependant on experience)

Founded in 1714, Worcester College is one of 39 constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. Worcester is a welcoming academic community, where students, staff and Fellows, live, work and learn. Based on a 26 acre site, which includes a lake and a playing field, it is renowned for its beautiful gardens and grounds.

Salary:
Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,046 per annum depending on experience

Worcester College has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Plumber to work within our small maintenance team.

As a Plumber within the College you will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of all plumbing systems, associated services and equipment. You will also be responsible for new plumbing installations and additions to existing services. The role is varied and will require some flexibility to help other areas of the maintenance team when needed.

Worcester College is a community dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence, alongside a formal commitment to building a more socially and culturally diverse academic community. As a constituent College within the University of Oxford, Worcester is home to a vibrant academic community of around 75 Fellows, a lively and varied student body of around 400 undergraduates and 200 graduates, and a dedicated expert team of 120 professional staff, all representing a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. The College welcomed a new Provost David Isaac in July.

Salary:
Grade 3: £20,092 - £22,847

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our dedicated Lodge Team as a Lodge Porter on a permanent contract. We are looking to attract a high-performing, ambitious candidate to fulfil the crucial role of supporting the front of house operation for the College. You will participate in the Lodge rota working a 4 on 4 off shift pattern covering day and night shifts averaging 42 hours a week. The successful applicant’s salary will be between £20,092 - £22,847 on the University Grade 3 salary scale (depending upon experience).