Join our team

The University of Oxford is a stimulating and invigorating environment to work and one where diverse voices and perspectives are valued. Here at the Centre for Teaching and Learning, you'll join a supportive and friendly team with a clear sense of purpose.

Professor Rhona Sharpe, Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning

Why join us?


 

Our vision is to create conditions throughout Oxford where excellence in teaching and assessment can thrive, and where all our students feel able to maximise their academic potential.  

Working with the Centre for Teaching and Learning offers you a challenging and rewarding career, as well as the chance to really improve the educational opportunities of our students.

We aim to recruit and retain the very best staff, providing a diverse, open and inclusive environment that allows everyone to grow and flourish.

Current vacancies


Programme Administrator

Please note: This is a re-advertisement. Previous applicants need not apply.

This position may be offered as a secondment position.

This maternity cover position offers an excellent opportunity to support the Centre for Teaching and Learning by working as part of its administrative team. 

We are looking for an individual to oversee the administrative arrangements for the teaching and development programmes and contribute to the improvement of administrative processes that enable the smooth running of these programmes. You will also be required to support other colleagues in the team and across the Department.

This is a part time post (29.2 hours per week/0.8FTE) until end September 2023. Due to current working patterns within the department, the ideal candidate would be able to work on a Friday.

Standard Grade 5

Closing date: Monday 13 February 2023, 12noon

Find out more on the University's jobs site

FIT - Flexible and Inclusive Teaching

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CONTACT@CTL.OX.AC.UK

 

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