Salary: £24,941 per annum (2023 cost of living award pending)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (exclusive of meal breaks)
Contract Type: Permanent, subject to six months’ probation
Selwyn College wishes to appoint a Hall Supervisor to be part of the Catering Department. Reporting to the College Butler, the Hall Supervisor is responsible for managing activities, training, supervising and developing staff to provide the best Front of House service, ensuring that the College maintains excellent customer service. A key responsibility of the job is the supervision of the day-to-day front of house operation to provide the best service to Fellows, students, guests, staff and visitors.
Applicants must have good problem-solving skills and the ability to manage a team, effectively. The role requires a high degree of professionalism and an understanding of quality service. To be successful in the role the ability to communicate effectively and appropriately with students, Fellows, staff and the many visitors to the College is essential.
The College offers excellent benefits, including:
- Generous occupational pension scheme
- A free meal on duty
- Free use of the College gym
- Free on-site parking
- Pleasant working environment
- University of Cambridge staff card (for a small charge), which offers a wide variety of perks and local discounts
- Access to the College Library and University Library
- Professional development and training opportunities
- Healthcare benefits*
*subject to completion of probationary period
Our beautiful grounds are generally open to visitors without appointment, so if you would like to have a look around Selwyn prior to submitting your application, you are very welcome to call in at the Porters’ Lodge.
If you would like to discuss the role in more detail, please contact us at the email address below and we will be happy to arrange an informal chat with our College Butler or Head of Catering.
Selwyn College is home to students of all backgrounds from the UK and across the world. We are proud of our diversity. We are keen to receive applications from people who may be under-represented in our community.
Send a completed application form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please do not send a CV unless this is accompanied by a completed application form.)
Closing date: noon Friday 20 October 2023*
*Please note this is being run as a rolling recruitment process. We will be assessing applications, shortlisting and offering interviews as the applications are received. The job will close once a candidate has been appointed, so we strongly encourage early applications.