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Welcome to the Human Resources Department

The HR Department deals with the personnel management of College Staff and is responsible for:

  • The Development and implementation of HR policies and procedures.
  • Providing professional and confidential advice and support to staff.
  • Organising mandatory staff training and maintainance of staff record
  • Assisting with the recruitment and selection of new staff.

Academic and research vacancies are administered by the Master's Assistant.

Permanent Vacancies:

Payroll and Accounts Assistant – Permanent, full-time.

An overview of this role can be found here.

Selwyn is recruiting for a full-time, permanent Payroll & Accounts Assistant to join our Bursary team.

The successful applicant will initially be involved in payroll (including administration of benefits), student room bookings and rentals of College flats. The post will provide a good oversight of most of the day-to-day financial operations of the College, whilst providing the opportunity to gain in-house and professional training to enhance your career.

The successful post-holder will have excellent interpersonal skills, strong organisational skills and immaculate attention to detail. Complete discretion will be expected, as well as a flexible approach to work. This post would be ideal for someone who is thinking of a career in financial administration, however, the College would welcome applications from anyone who has previous experience, or who is looking for a change in career.

Benefits: The many benefits of working at Selwyn College include of 25 days paid holiday per annum (plus bank holidays), on-site parking, free lunch 5 days a week in the College cafeteria and free use of the College gym. Upon completion of a successful probationary period, subsidised private health insurance, free medical healthcare cash plan and contractual sick pay are also offered.

The successful applicant will be required to apply for a Standard Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

We particuarly welcome applications from Black, Asian and other minorities who are currently under-represented in our College.

Database Administrator – Permanent, part-time.

An overview of this role can be found here.

Selwyn is recruiting for a permanent, part-time Database Administrator to join our small, but increasingly busy team in the Alumni, Friends and Development Office.

Using Raiser's Edge, the successful applicant will be responsible for maintaining and updating data, ensuring it is entered accurately, consistently and in a timely manner, and provide accurate reports to support College events and fundraising campaigns. 

Exceptional attention to detail is essential and the successful post-holder will also have a mature attitude towards working in an open-plan office. Relevant experience is necessary and bespoke training will be offered. The successful post-holder will have excellent interpersonal skills and strong organisational ability. Complete discretion will be expected, as well as a flexible approach to work to assist others in the team.

Benefits:  The many benefits of working at Selwyn include a free meal in College when on duty, free on-site parking, 33 days annual leave (inclusive of an allowance for bank holidays), a contributory final salary pension scheme, free medical healthcare cash plan, and free use of the College Gym.  

  • Contract Type: Permanent, part-time
  • Hours of Work: 17.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday, with flexibiliy in the daily hours of work
  • Salary: £12,125 per annum (£24,250 per annum FTE)
  • Job Description/Person Specification
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Application Form: Word / PDF
  • Closing date: The closing date for receipt of applications is Wednesday 31st January 2018.

The many benefits of working at Selwyn College include of 25 days paid holiday per annum (plus bank holidays), on-site parking, free lunch 5 days a week in the College cafeteria and free use of the College gym. Upon completion of a successful probationary period, subsidised private health insurance, free medical healthcare cash plan and contractual sick pay are also offered.

We particuarly welcome applications from Black, Asian and other minorities who are currently under-represented in our College.

Kitchen Porter – Permanent, full-time.

Selwyn is recruiting for a full-time, permanent Kitchen Porter to join our busy Catering Department. Operating the plate wash and pot wash machines, the Kitchen Porter will also be responsible for keeping their work area clean and tidy, and maintaining the College's high standard of hygiene.  The successful applicant will be honest, trustworthy and reliable, and must be able to use good organisational and time management skills to work under pressure at times to meet deadlines.  He/she will also be a team player, with the ability to work in harmony with your work colleagues.  Previous experience of working in a team and knowledge of the correct use of chemicals (COSHH) in a similar working environment would be an advantage.

Benefits:  The many benefits of working at Selwyn include a free meal in College when on duty, free on-site parking, 33 days annual leave (inclusive of an allowance for bank holidays), a contributory final salary pension scheme, free medical healthcare cash plan, and free use of the College Gym.  

We particularly welcome applicants from Black, Asian and other minorities who are under-represented in our College.

 

 

Casual Vacancies

We have the following casual vacancies:

Housekeeping Assistants (part-time) varied hours

Dining Hall Assistants (varied hours)

 

Other Employment Opportunities: 

Register your interest in working at Selwyn

If you are interested in working at Selwyn College and there are no current vacancies in your particular field, please use the online registration form to register your details and to receive notification of posts that may become available in the future (administrative and manual posts only.)

Preventing Illegal Working

Applicants who are shortlisted for interview will need to prove their eligibility to work in the UK.  Please see:  Evidence of right to work in the UK

Equality and Diversity

The College is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. We aim to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment because of their age, disability, race, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex, gender reassignment or sexual orientation.