Selwyn Staff

Selwyn has a reputation for being a friendly place to work, and has a committed and friendly body of around 120 non-academic staff, including part-time and casual workers. A wide range of people from porters, gardeners, maintenance and administrative staff, to domestic and catering assistants, Senior College Officers, and Fellows, combine to provide a network of support services forĀ our students, guests and visitors and alumni.

Training and Development

The College provides training opportunities for staff at all levels to ensure they have the skills to perform their duties with competence. All staff receive an annual appraisal, professional and personal development is encouraged and supported, and the College rewards high performing staff.

Health and Safety

The College places great importance on providing a safe working environment for its students and staff, and provides staff with a range of health and safety training to reduce the risk of injury at work. Comprehensive safety audits and monitoring procedures ensure that potential hazards are identified and controlled.

Equality and Diversity

Selwyn College is committed to equality and diversity and aims to ensure that no member of staff (whether part-time, full-time, temporary, or casual), visitor, or student faces discrimination (either directly or indirectly) because of their age, disability, race, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex, gender reassignment or sexual orientation.

We expect everyone who works for us to be treated and to treat others with respect. The College aims to provide a working environment which is free from bullying, harassment, victimisation, or discrimination in any form that may affect the dignity of the individual.

All employees have a duty to co-operate with the College to ensure equality and diversity for all. The College maintains a working environment where all employees are valued and respected.