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All vacancies within University of Oxford

There are currently 251 vacancies within University of Oxford:

Title Closes Salary
Administrative Assistant to Associate Professors Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 per annum
Clinical Trial Manager Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Clinical Trials Coordinator Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a
Counsellor Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a
Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a. (with discretionary salary up to £54,131)
Grants Administrator Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Operations and Training Lead Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.
Part-time HR Officer Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £27,176 - £34,504 p.a. (pro rata)
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Male Fertility Preservation Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7 point 1: £32,817 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Scientist – Chemical Biology Assays Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Research Assistant Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £31,804 p.a.
Research Assistant in Statistics (part-time) Aug. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a. (pro rata)
Clinical Trial Manager Aug. 5, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322, with a discretionary range up to £44,045 per annum
HR Business Partner Aug. 5, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Physics Aug. 5, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in extracellular vesicle production Aug. 5, 2021, noon £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Research Assistant - 2 posts Aug. 5, 2021, noon Grade 6: Salary in range £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Assistant Graduate Officer Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 per year
Content Editor – Electronic Enlightenment Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Departmental Lecturer in Human Geography Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - 40,322 p.a.
Doctoral Training Centre Administrator (part-time) Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 (pro-rata for part-time)
Examinations Operations Supervisor Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Examinations Operations Supervisor Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 p.a.
Finance Business Partner Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 with discretionary range up to £60,905 per annum
Graduate Access and Widening Participation (WP) Manager Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 p.a.
Junior Project Manager Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £38,017 per annum
Laboratory Technician Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 with a discretionary range to £33,797 per annum
Postdoctoral Researcher Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a.
Programme Manager Aug. 6, 2021, noon not specified
Research Assistant - Immunology Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Research Assistant in Preclinical Neurosciences Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Research Assistant: Invisible Crises, Neglected Histories: Malaria in Asia c. 1900-present Project Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade and salary Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 per annum
Research Associate on the SCorCH Project (12 months) Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salaries in the range of £32,817 – £34,804 p.a. with the potential to under-fill at Grade 6 with salaries in the range of £29,176 - £32,817 p.a.
Research Associate on the SCorCH Project (24 months) Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salaries in the range of £32,817 – £35,845 p.a.
Research Coordinator; Brain Health Centre (BHC) Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 (discretionary range to £38,017) p.a.
Research Officer Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a. pro rata
Senior Research Fellow on FUN2MODEL Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 10: Salary £55,750 – £64,605 p.a.
Specialist Caseworker, Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 pa.
Teaching Fellow in Healthcare Leadership Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade E66 (£58,672 to £76,824 p.a) or for a non-clinician Grade 8 (£41,526 to £49,523 p.a, with discretionary range to £54,131)
Team Administrator Aug. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Senior Machine Learning in Medical Imaging Research Software & Systems Engineer Aug. 9, 2021, midnight Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Apprentice Laboratory Assistant Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.
Clinical Research Fellow Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade E64: £34,563 - £55,395 per annum
Departmental Lecturer in Political Economy of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Deputy Administrator and HR Manager Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum
Development Manager Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) p.a.
Graduate Studies Administrator Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941-£ 30,942 per annum
Innovation and Business Partnerships Manager for Social Sciences Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 08S: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
MSc Coordinator Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804
Part-Time Research Assistant Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Parametric Amplifiers (2 posts) Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Mechanical Identification of Masonry Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Quantum Circuits Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £31,076 – £38,183 pa
Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Structure-Based Design and Chemical Biology Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Scientist in analysis of virus and host genomic data Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 per annum (pro-rata for part time) - Consideration will be given to underfill the post at a Grade 6: £29,176- £34,804 per annum)
Postdoctoral Scientist – Structural and Chemical Biology of E3 ligases Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Research Assistant in Immunogenetics Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Research Assistant in Mathematical Pain Neuroscience Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Research Data Programmer Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Research and Policy Officer (Government Outcomes Lab) Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Researcher in Comparative Philology Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Schools Liaison Officer Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 (with discretionary range to £38,017) per annum
Support Advisor Aug. 9, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History Aug. 9, 2021, 5 p.m. Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum
CSAE Events Officer Aug. 10, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Clinical Research Fellow Aug. 10, 2021, noon E64: £34,563 - £37,986 p.a
Operations Manager- AVIC Aug. 10, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a
Administrative Officer/ PA to the Proctors Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Apprentice Finance & Grants Assistant Aug. 11, 2021, noon Apprentice grade 01A: £19,568 p.a.
Biotechnology Small Research Facility Coordinator Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum
Clinical Research Fellow in Adult Vaccinology Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade E64: £34,563 - £55,395 per annum
Database Application Officer Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Disability Advisor (Mental Health) Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (pro rata)
Part-time Receptionist Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - 22,417 p.a (pro-rata for p/t hours)
Post-Graduate Laboratory Research Assistant Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Research Assistant Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 with a discretionary range to £38,017 per annum
Research Associate on the AutoCS project Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 p.a. with the potential to under-fill at Grade 6 with salaries in the range of £29,176 - £32,817 p.a.
Senior Research Nurse Aug. 11, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £54,131 per annum full-time equivalent
Biophysical Assay Development & Screening Scientist Aug. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 with a discretionary range to £38,017 per annum
Director of Anatomy Aug. 12, 2021, noon Grade 10: £55,750 - £64,605 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Aug. 12, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum. (A less experienced candidate may be appointed at Grade 6 (£29,176 - £34,804 p.a.) with a commensurate adjustment in essential criteria, responsibilities and duties)
Postdoctoral Researcher - Biophysical and Biochemical Assay Scientist Aug. 12, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Research Assistant Aug. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: Salary in range £29,716 - £34,804 per annum
Consenter-Biobanker Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,482 - £30,395 p.a.
Data Manager for Clinical Trials Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 per annum with discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Departmental Lecturer Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,527 - £49,553 p.a.
Evening Event Assistant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 1.6: £10.31 per hour (£19,568.38 per annum pro rata)
Finance Assistant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941- £30,942 p.a.
Hardware and Algorithm Developer Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Head of Imaging Services Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum
Head of Programmes and Senior Research Fellow Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114- £55,770 per annum
Human Resources and Payroll Assistant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 – 25,941 p.a
Information Compliance Administrative Assistant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Condensed Matter Physics Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7 £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7 - £32,817- £34,804 per annum
Postdoctoral Researcher in Molecular Pathogenesis of Osteoarthritis Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Programme Manager, Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Approaches to Biomedical Science: Responsible & Reproducible Research Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Senior Internal Recruitment Consultant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 5: £24,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Senior Management Accountant Aug. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (discretionary to £44,045) p.a.
Alumni Communications & Marketing Manager Aug. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) per annum
Application Developer Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Database Officer Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Multi-agent systems/machine learning Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,533 p.a. (with discretionary salary up to £54,131)
Deputy Administrator (Buildings and Safety) Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526-£49,553 per annum
HR Assistant Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 per annum
HR Policy and Communications Officer Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Lecture Capture and AV Support Officer Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Library Assistant, Part Time, Term Time Only Aug. 16, 2021, noon £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.
Library Assistant, part-time, term time Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.
Library Assistant, part-time, term-time only Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 2: £19,568 – £19,612 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in AI for Healthcare Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in CRISPR screening Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Sustainable Polymer-Biopolymer Hybrid Materials Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817p.a - £40,320 p.a.
Project Archivist, Collecting Covid project (Newly Qualified) Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 per annum
SQL Developer Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,527 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.
Senior Manager - Therapy Acceleration Laboratory (TAL) Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 per annum
Senior Research Associate in Semantic Technology and Artificial Intelligence Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a.
Senior Statistical Geneticist/ Computational Bioscientist Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum
Service Desk Team Leader Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 p.a
Training and Diversity Facilitator Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
UK SPINE Knowledge Exchange Coordinator Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
UK SPINE Knowledge Exchange Manager Aug. 16, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics Aug. 17, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Research Assitant Aug. 17, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 pa. pro rata
Academic Editor – Electronic Enlightenment Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum (pro rata)
Building Maintenance Inspector Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Clinical Trials Assistant Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 5: Salary in range £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Graduate School Support Officer (Graduate Studies) Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Part time Instructor in Ancient Greek & Latin - Two Posts Aug. 18, 2021, noon not specified
Post-doctoral Research Assistant Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Researcher – Cultural Psychiatry & Health Inequalities Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 7:£32,817-£40,322 (discretionary range to £44,045)
Research Assistant in Biomedical Imaging Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Senior Scientist in Rare Diseases & Structural Biology Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum
Software Engineer Aug. 18, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a.
Clinical Trial Database and Admin Assistant Aug. 19, 2021, noon Grade 5: Salary in range £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Laboratory Technician Aug. 19, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Reinforcement Learning Aug. 19, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development Aug. 19, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Apprentice Maintenance Engineer Aug. 20, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade: £19,568 p.a.
Apprentice Plumber Aug. 20, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.
Apprentice Purchasing & Helpdesk Admin Assistant Aug. 20, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.
Curator, Collecting COVID Project Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322
Departmental Lecturer in Chemical Engineering Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 8 - £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Engineering Science (Formula Student) Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 8 £41,526 - £49,553 per annum
Departmental Lecturer in History of Science Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: Spine point 1-3: £32,817 - £34,804 per annum
Departmental Lecturer in the History of Science Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322
Graduate Admissions Officer Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Mental Health Researcher Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Neonatal complications of COVID-19 study Data Manager Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Peer Support Trainer Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum, pro-rata (£17.29 - £22.59 per hour)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with discretionary range to £44,045) per annum
Post-doctoral Research Fellow (PDRF) in Environmental Law Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in machine learning and citizen science Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7 £32,817- £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Molecular Analysis of Bacterial Protein Transport and Gliding Motility Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Project Manager Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (discretionary range up to £44,045)
Research Associate Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Senior Financial Analyst Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131) per annum
Senior Research Data Manager Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £35,845 p.a.
Student Funding Manager (Finance) Aug. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 per annum
Director of Medical Ethics and Law Education Aug. 21, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Phonetics and Phonology Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 p.a. (pro rata)
Departmental Lecturer in South Asian Studies Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 p.a.
Digital Communications Manager Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Digital Communications Officer (Commercial) Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum (pro rata)
Health Services Researcher Aug. 23, 2021, noon £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Laboratory Assistant Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.
MBA Co-curriculum Student Engagement Manager Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49-553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum)
Maintenance Technician Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417
Part-Time Graduate Studies Assistant Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a. (pro rata)
Play! Collections and Public Engagement Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941.00 - £30,942.00 p.a.
Play! Family Learning and Public Engagement Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941.00 - £30,942.00 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Machine Learning based Computational Mechanics Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Biology Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Impact Engineering - development of novel experimental techniques for the analysis of impact events between ice and titanium alloys. Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary £31,076 – £38,183 p.a.
Research Administrator Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 05S: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Research Contracts Specialist Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 – £49,553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum) With reduced responsibilities, this post can be offered as a Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum)
Teaching Laboratory Technician Aug. 23, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 per annum
Administrative Assistant (Part Time) Aug. 24, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a. (pro rata)
Apprentice Facilities Support Assistant Aug. 24, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.
Deputy Visitor Services Manager Aug. 24, 2021, noon Grade 4 £22,417 - £25,941 p.a
Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Targeting mitochondrial biology in Parkinson’s disease” Aug. 24, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 – £36,914 p.a
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Slow Earthquake Mechanics Aug. 24, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 p.a
High Speed Wind Tunnel Operator and Engineer Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Human-Plus-Robot Workplace Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in determining mechanisms of chromatin inheritance Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Scientist - "Within-host evolution of Chronic Viral Infections" Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Research Assistant Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 p.a pro rata
Senior Postdoctoral Research Scientist – "Within- and between-host evolution of Chronic Viral Infections" Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary in range £41,526 - £49,553 per annum
Web Content Editor Aug. 25, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Clinical Research Fellow in Neurovascular Disease Aug. 26, 2021, noon E71 £33,885- £49,044 p.a.
Abdulaziz Saud AlBabtain Laudian Professorship in Arabic Aug. 27, 2021, noon not specified
Clinical Trial Administrator Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417-£25,941 per annum with discretionary range to £28,331 per annum
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £44,045 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Gene Therapy Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Drosophila RNA biology Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Glial and Computational Biology Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Sanskrit Literary and Cultural History Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Potdoctoral Research Assistant in Characterisation of Sonoluminescence Aug. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Digital Archivist Aug. 30, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804
Full Stack Web Developer Aug. 31, 2021, 9 a.m. Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) per annum
Biomarker Specialist Aug. 31, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Sociolinguistics Aug. 31, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £43,222 per annum
Development Officer - Humanities Aug. 31, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176- £34,804 p.a. with a discretionary range to £38,017 p.a.
MSc Coordinator (MSc in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management and MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance) Aug. 31, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941- £33,797 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant: chemical proteomics at the plant-pathogen interface Aug. 31, 2021, noon £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Research Fellow in AI and Sustainable Development Aug. 31, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £44,045 p.a.)
Administration Officer - Communication Skills Teaching Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Associate Professor of Experimental Particle Physics Sept. 1, 2021, noon From £48,114 per annum
Departmental Lecturer in Operations Management Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Finance Assistant Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a
Part-time Clinical Study Data Coordinator Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a. (pro rata)
Part-time Receptionist Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a. (pro-rata)
Research Assistant Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Research Facilitator Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7: ££32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Senior Data Officer Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.
Specialist Occupational Health Nurse Advisor Sept. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. pro-rata with a discretionary range to £44,045 p.a. pro rata
Energy Storage Laboratory Manager Sept. 2, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in the range £32,817 - £40,322 p.a
Archives Digitisation Assistant (Knossos) Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417- £25,941 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Law and Finance Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
International Collaboration & Export Control Manager Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 8, £41,536 - £49,553 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.)
Post-doctoral Researcher, ‘Aftermath’ Project Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Research Fellow in the Law and Governance of Net Zero Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Researcher in the Ethics of AI in Healthcare and Health Research Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Study Room Assistant Sept. 3, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 per annum pro rata
Buildings and Facilities Manager Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817- £40,322 per annum
Communications and Engagement Officer Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.
Finance Manager Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 to £49,553 p.a. (with discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.)
Finance Supervisor Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a
Head of Trials Monitoring & Training Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Stem Cell Biology Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (with a discretionary range up to £44,045) per annum
Postdoctoral Research Scientist Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (A less experienced candidate may be appointed at Grade 6 (£29,176 - £34,804 p.a.) with a commensurate adjustment in essential criteria, responsibilities and duties)
Postdoctoral Researcher Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p/a
Programme Manager for the TABLE platform Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.
Project Researcher - 'Re-connecting “Objects”: Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in and beyond Museums' Sept. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Single Molecule Biophysics Sept. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,320 p.a.
Oxford Medical Alumni Relations Manager Sept. 9, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (CCR) Sept. 10, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 p.a.
Administrative Assistant (OMPTEC, Future of Work, Future of Development) Sept. 13, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a.
Programmes Manager (OMPTEC, Future of Work, Future of Development) Sept. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Researcher (TABLE) Sept. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.
Research Assistant Sept. 15, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 p.a., pro rata
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Social Cognition Sept. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Senior Research Fellow in Strategy Oct. 15, 2021, noon RSIV, Competitive Salary
Internal Applicants only - NMH TSS Registration Dec. 31, 2021, noon Various
Temporary Administrative Assistant Dec. 31, 2022, noon Competitive rates of pay

Administrative Assistant to Associate Professors

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Full time, fixed term to 31st August 2024</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This administrative role supports the Associate Professors with Tutorial Fellowships (APTFs) in the Department of Economics. The post holder will have responsibility for a broad range of&#160; activities and will act as a key point of contact between the APTFs, colleges and the department, as well as working closely with colleagues within the department&#8217;s administrative team. This role sits within an established academic office team, reporting into the Undergraduate Administrator with an informal reporting line to the MPhil Director.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post encompasses several duties supporting the department&#8217;s research and teaching activities. As part of these duties, the post-holder will lead the department&#8217;s collaboration work, develop processes for teaching and administrative support to APTFs, oversee the administration of a centralised Collections (mock exams) process for APTFs, serve as course operations director for the Economics and Management UNIQ Summer School, and provide support for onboarding and orientation of new teaching faculty.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must have a flexible, can-do attitude to work effectively in a team as well as of working independently and taking initiative when necessary;&#160;be educated to at least A-level standard or have equivalent experience. Applicants must have experience of successfully implementing and managing administrative processes in a complex organisation, and of delivering excellent customer service. Applicants must&#160; have experience of managing competing demands to meet deadlines and have excellent communication skills to liaise/network across a large organisation/build relationships at all levels and facilitate the effective exchange of information. The ability to use standard computer programs (Microsoft Office) is also essential. It would be advantageous if applicants have an understanding and experience of the higher education sector/experience of using current University systems and the ability to organise events/manage their budgets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is a full time, fixed term from the 1st September 2021 until the 31st August 2024, to find out more about the role, please refer to the job description. Please apply online by 12 noon on 4th August 2021, (Extended from 28th July 2021), interviews will be held online in the following weeks.</div> </div>

Clinical Trial Manager

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Trial Manager to join the Surgical Intervention Trials Unit (SITU) within Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS) based at the Botnar Research Centre, Oxford. &#160;The role will mainly involve the management of a cohort study (CPinBOSS) which is currently in the recruitment phase and ensuring the successful completion of a trial (TOPKAT) which is in follow up. This will involve seeing the trial through follow-up, monitoring of the trial data ensuring timely data collection and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance, close down of the sites and study.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Clinical Trial Manager you will work autonomously as a Trial Manager, taking overall responsibility for the day to day management of the CPinBoss cohort and TOPKAT trial (or others specified by the SITU Senior Management Team) and act as central point of contact for enquiries about the studies. You will provide regular feedback on progress of the research to the Chief Investigator and the SITU Portfolio Manager, and also work with the trial programmer and data manager to assist in the design and testing of the trial database systems for randomisation, data entry, validation and report generation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a degree in a biomedical or associated subject, or other relevant qualification, or proven experience in management of clinical research. You will have experience of UK clinical research, good clinical practice and the research governance framework, as well as experience and understanding of techniques for the management of medical research information e.g. data entry validation and reporting. The successful applicant must demonstrate a critical and intelligent attention to detail and high standards of accuracy, proven administrative and project management skills, and have the ability to work on own initiative and problem solve.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time fixed term appointment for 1 year.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is <strong>12 noon on 04/08/2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Clinical Trials Coordinator

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Clinical Trial Coordinator to join our team at the Oxford Respiratory Trials Unit (ORTU). You will be someone who is either looking to take the next step into clinical trial management or who already has experience but is looking for a challenge in a new area.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As our Clinical Trial Coordinator you will have an opportunity to learn and develop your skills in the set up and management of a variety of trials conducted at ORTU and in supporting other members of the unit with different aspects of study delivery.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post requires someone with experience of working in clinical research and an understanding and previous experience of working to Good Clinical Practice and the regulations and guidelines applicable to clinical trials in the UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must be able to work both as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and independently, using your own initiative to seek solutions to problems and provide excellent administrative and project management support.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential the postholder is educated to minimum A-level or equivalent with proven administrative and project management skills. You must have experience of working in clinical research. You will have an understanding and previous experience of working to Good Clinical Practice and the regulations and guidelines applicable to clinical trials in the UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time and fixed-term for up to 1 year in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 04 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Counsellor

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit a Counsellor with particular focus on support for Black and other minority ethnic students who will work within a team of experienced practitioners in the University&#8217;s Counselling Service.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Counsellor will provide individual counselling that meets the needs of Black students and other students from minority ethnic backgrounds, and will also be expected to work with the full range of clients that approach our service, as necessary. The post holder will be responsible for their own clinical practice, including professional development. They will contribute to the operational development of the service and support the wider work of the Counselling Service within colleges, departments and external services, including contributing to the development of interventions for Black students and students from other minority ethnic backgrounds, and providing training for staff in welfare roles across the institution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of working clinically with clients from Black and/or other minority ethnic backgrounds and specific skills to engage sensitively and effectively with issues of &#8216;race&#8217;, racism and belonging in the context of the therapeutic process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must have British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Individual Counsellor / UKCP / HCPC / BPS or equivalent body accreditation and registration. In the case of a Psychologist, qualified as a Clinical or Counselling Psychologist, one must be a graduate member and eligible for chartership of BPS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will have substantial experience of delivering individual, psychodynamic or cognitive behavioural counselling/psychotherapy for a range of psychological problems and at significant depth, as well as experience and ability of adapting a therapeutic model to a brief approach; they will have experience of delivering training, groups or workshops and a detailed and contemporary familiarity with issues facing students in Higher Education.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The supporting statement should demonstrate explicitly how you meet the selection criteria for this post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 4 August 2021. Interviews are anticipated to take place on Thursday 12 August 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a. (with discretionary salary up to £54,131)

<div> <p></p><div>An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning on a fixed term &#160;basis, to start as soon as possible, within The Department of Computer Science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will develop and deliver taught modules, set and mark written assignments, and supervise students offered by the Department of Computer Science, areas of interest include but are not restricted to: Reinforcement Learning and tutorials in imperative and concurrent programming, compilers, digital systems, linear algebra and formal proofs. You will join a thriving, first-rate machine learning group, both within the Department of Computer Science and in the wider Oxford environment.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be asked to deliver tutorials at Jesus College (a 3-hour stint a week during term time).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also be expected also to act as an effective member of the team, providing appropriate academic support for activities such as student admissions, curriculum development, and University examinations.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a doctorate in a relevant subject, such as: Computer Science or Machine Learning, a good understanding of underlying theory, an aptitude for teaching, and the skills and judgement needed to teach advanced concepts and techniques.</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon on 4 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in mid-August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html, as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>Demonstrating a commitment to provide equality of opportunity. We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department. All applicants will be judged on merit, according to the selection criteria.</div> </div>

Grants Administrator

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>A new opportunity has arisen for a Grants Administrator to join the Oxford Vaccine Group within the growing and vibrant Department of Paediatrics. You will cost new funding applications using the University costing tool (X5), ensuring compliance with sponsor rules, and corresponding with the relevant internal and external stakeholders. With support from the Grants Manager, you will also help manage a large portfolio of research grant awards, including funding from Research Councils, EU funding, Gates Foundation, the Department of Health, and industrial partners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is grant funded for a fixed-term (funded for 18 months in the first instance but with high likelihood of extension).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience of working in a financial and/or a research grant administration role and using computerised financial accounting systems and spreadsheets, is desirable. However, we are keen to receive applications from candidates who have strong numeracy and communication skills with a willingness to learn the many aspects of Research Grants administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement/covering letter explaining how you meet the job requirements and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 04 AUG 2021 at 12:00 noon, with interviews expected to take place shortly after.</div> </div>

Operations and Training Lead

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This is a critical position within the Research Governance, Ethics &amp; Assurance team (RGEA), essential to enable the new team to come together in a cohesive manner. You will maintain oversight of the overall operations of the team, ensuring that appropriate support is provided at every level and across all disciplines within the team (Sponsorship&amp; Ethics: Regulatory &amp; Quality Assurance; Human Tissue Governance; and Risk &amp; Insurance); with due consideration to the needs of Research Services (RS) and the Joint Research Office (JRO).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also have responsibility for identifying development and training needs both within the team and across the University&#8217;s academic community, where this relates to the conduct of research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for someone with proven expertise and experience in project management and the design of dynamic systems and processes; along with a track record in developing and delivering training and mentoring in a clinical research environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need a thorough understanding of the requirements of conducting high-quality academic research and the support services required to promote this; and a sound knowledge of the regulatory and ethical frameworks for the governance of clinical research and research ethics in a non-commercial environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic, the team is largely working remotely at present, with opportunities to work on-site where this supports individuals and teams to work effectively. We expect to return to a greater proportion of on-site working whilst exploring opportunities to adopt an optimal blend of on-site and remote working where this supports effective working.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars, including details of how to apply, can be obtained from the document below. &#160;If you would like to discuss the position, please contact Heather House [heather.house@admin.ox.ac.uk](mailto: heather.house@admin.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received by no later than 12:00 noon on Wednesday 4 August 2021 will be considered and interviews are anticipated to be held on Friday 20 August 2021.</div> </div>

Part-time HR Officer

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £27,176 - £34,504 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>THIS POST MAY ALSO BE OFFERED AS A SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITY&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The&#160;School of Archaeology&#160;is looking to recruit&#160;an&#160;HR Officer&#160;to join&#160;our small and friendly team within the&#160;School, in the centre of Oxford.&#160;This is a fixed-term, part-time (0.5 FTE) position, and is available for six months from the successful candidate&#8217;s start date.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Head of Administration, you will provide a complete HR administrative service to the staff within the School of Archaeology.&#160; This will include supporting the full employee&#160;life-cycle&#160;including recruitment, payroll and HR administration.&#160; You will be expected to provide a range of generalist HR support, including visa applications, and advice on&#160;University&#160;processes around recruitment and in post administration.&#160; You must be able to manage a busy and varied workload and be able to cope with changing priorities.&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have excellent organisational skills, the ability to communicate effectively and have good attention to detail. You should have&#160;excellent&#160;IT skills, particularly in using Microsoft Office packages and&#160;HR Information Systems;&#160;experience&#160;of using&#160;People-XD&#160;(formerly Core HR) is desirable.&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You&#160;will be&#160;qualified or working&#160;towards&#160;CIPD graduate&#160;level&#160;or&#160;have&#160;equivalent&#160;experience&#160;working in a HR team/role and managing HR processes.&#160;The ability to handle confidential information sensitively is essential.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:hr@arch.ox.ac.uk">hr@arch.ox.ac.uk</a>.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online&#160;and you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your application. The closing date for applications is <strong>12:00 noon on&#160;Wednesday 4th&#160;August</strong>.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Male Fertility Preservation

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 point 1: £32,817 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic postdoctoral research assistant with excellent laboratory and organizational skills to join an existing research group led by <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/people/anne-goriely?ref=image">Professor Anne Goriely</a> at the <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/">MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine</a>. The post is funded by a European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) grant awarded as part of a collaboration with Prof Rod Mitchell (Edinburgh) and Dr Sheila Lane (Oxford) that aims to assess and map the fertility potential of cryopreserved human prepubertal testicular tissues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD/DPhil (or be close to completion: <strong>thesis submitted at time of application</strong>) in Biomedical Sciences, Physiology, Developmental/ Stem Cell Biology, Biochemistry or other related Biological Sciences, and possess relevant laboratory experience. It is essential that you have an interest in stem cell and/or reproductive biology. You will have the ability to manage your own work, plan experiments, troubleshoot problems and perform administrative activities. You will need to show evidence of meticulous approach to record-keeping and attention to details.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full-time and is fixed term until 31 August 2023.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be directed by email to Professor Anne Goriely &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto@anne.goriely@imm.ox.ac.uk"></a><a rel="nofollow" href="mailto//anne.goriely@imm.ox.ac.uk"></a><a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:anne.goriely@imm.ox.ac.uk">anne.goriely@imm.ox.ac.uk</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#160;&#160;You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is 12 noon Wednesday 4 August 2021. Interviews to be held mid to late August 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Clinical Researcher to join the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), working with Professor Rider and Professor Tyler on a clinical trial of a novel investigational medicinal product. You will provide guidance to junior members of the research group including research assistants, PhD students, and/or project volunteers. As the post holder you will be required to manage your own academic research and administrative activities. This will involve small scale project management to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. As well as this you will prepare and analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources and Contribute ideas for new research projects You will need to hold a relevant PhD/Dphil in Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging and have Post-doctoral experience of running clinical CMR studies. Experience of independently managing a discrete area of a research project would be desirable. This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract for 12 months and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU. Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post. Only applications received before 12.00 midday on&#160;04 August 2021&#160;can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place in mid-August. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Scientist – Chemical Biology Assays

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Scientist to join the Centre for Medicines Discovery at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will contribute to the EUbOpen international consortium, which includes both academic and industry partners, with the goal to develop potent and selective small molecule binders for druggable proteins, including novel Cullin-RING E3 ligases to expand PROTAC development (see Nat Rev Drug Discov. 2019 Dec;18(12):949-963) and solute carriers. You will design and optimise biochemical and cellular assays to screen protein targets against small molecule compound collections and validate hits with orthogonal biophysical assays. Opportunity also exists for further structural and functional studies.&#160; You will work independently and as part of a team to complete research projects and draw conclusions from analysing all available data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD (or close to completion) in biochemistry/cell biology with an excellent track record of scientific work and publications. You will have experience in establishing assays and measuring protein-ligand interactions. You will contribute to regular project meetings so will need excellent communication and presentation skills. Excellent organisation and project management skills will also be required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 April 2025, and is funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152014</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Wednesday 4th August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £31,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive Research Assistant to join Professor Powrie&#8217;s Mucosal Immunology group to work within the cancer and stromal cell teams at the Kennedy Institute, to work within the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at the University of Oxford. You will join a dynamic and successful group studying immune regulation in the intestine and how this breaks down in inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer. The aim of the first project is to investigate the role of cytokines in the interaction between epithelial cells, stromal cells and immune cells, and how their expression impact upon intestinal disease (2 days/week). The aim of the second project is to understand the role of the microbiome in the development of colorectal cancer (2 days/week). You will develop and utilise three-dimensional organoid cultures, and in vivo experimental systems, in addition to providing general lab support (1 day/week).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will manage own research and administrative activities, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues, and contribute to wider project planning, including ideas for research projects. You will determine the most appropriate methodologies to test hypotheses and identify suitable alternatives if technical problems arise as well as select, follow, and present scientific data from a variety of sources. You will contribute to discussions and share research findings with colleagues in partner institutions, and research groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must hold a first degree, together with some relevant experience in immunology, cellular biology and molecular biology and possess sufficient specialist knowledge in immunology, cancer and mammalian cellular biology to work within established research programmes. You must have practical experience in a laboratory environment and have the ability to manage own research and administrative activities. Previous experience in contributing ideas for new research projects and using in vitro 3D-models are desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term, full time position for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Due to the nature of the research at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, this job will require additional security pre-employment checks:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160; A satisfactory basic Disclosure and Barring Service check</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160; University security screening (eg identity checks)</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>The closing date for this position is <strong>12 noon on Wednesday 4 August 2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Statistics (part-time)

Closes: Aug. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><p>We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and dedicated Research Assistant in Statistics to join the Pharmaco- and Device epidemiology research group lead by Professor Daniel Prieto-Alhambra at the Botnar Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS), Oxford.</p><br> <p>As a Research Assistant in Statistics you will take a leading role in the statistical analysis of data from routinely collected data sources, including: Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) GOLD and AURUM, both mapped to the OMOP Common Data Model. You will be responsible for the preparing of analytical packages in R to run a number of pre-specified analyses in the areas above and share these with international partners for them to replicate your analysis. You will also manage your own research and administrative activities, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues and contribute to wider project planning, including ideas for new research projects.</p><br> <p>You will hold a relevant post-graduate degree in Public Health, Epidemiology or Biostatistics. You will have an experience in biostatistics as well as experience in analysis of OMOP-mapped data. Knowledge of medical statistics and expertise in handling large patient level datasets, good knowledge of programming in R packages for distributed network analyses and ability to communicate results effectively with colleagues in any discipline are essential. Expertise in pharmaco and/or vaccine epidemiology, experience working with electronic medical records/routinely collected data and a good track record of publications are desirable.</p><br> <p>This is a part-time (50% FTE) fixed-term appointment for 2 years.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12 noon on 04/08/2021. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p> </div>

Clinical Trial Manager

Closes: Aug. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322, with a discretionary range up to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Clinical Trial Manager to oversee a portfolio of local and/or national patient-facing community studies for the UK&#8217;s leading academic centre for primary care research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Integrated within a busy, multidisciplinary UKCRC registered clinical trials unit, the successful applicant will work closely with the unit&#8217;s Director of Operations and as part of the trial management team.&#160; Responsibilities will include all key tasks within the lifecycle of the trial, line management for a number of trial coordinators and developing awareness raising publicity materials for the trial, targeted to the academic community.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a degree in a medical science or have equivalent experience, have experience of working in clinical trial management and data management, be highly IT literate with an interest in software development and a willingness to learn new programming methods and frameworks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Gibson Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is for three years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Thursday 5th August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing 16th August.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this role applicants are welcome to contact Nicola Webb at hr@phc.ox.ac.uk&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

HR Business Partner

Closes: Aug. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for three experienced and motivated Employee Relations Specialists to work within small teams supporting the academic divisions at this exciting, global employer. The roles are varied: one focusses on employee relations in the Medical Sciences Division, one acts as HR Business Partner for the Social Sciences Division, and one will provide casework and project support across divisions to manage peaks in workload). You will play a pivotal role in helping departments to achieve key strategic and operational objectives by providing high-level advice and support across a wide range of HR issues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for managing complex and high-risk cases, finding pragmatic solutions and supporting departmental managers to navigate the University&#8217;s statutes and procedures and employment legislation to achieve successful outcomes. You will contribute to training and briefing sessions on a range of HR issues as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a confident and capable HR professional, and have significant experience of providing support on the management of complex cases, preferably in a unionised environment. The role is challenging and you must be able to develop constructive working relationships at all levels as well as being collaborative and proactive in your approach. As an experienced Employee Relations Specialist with sound judgement underpinned by your knowledge of employment law and good practice, you will possess credibility and a proven track record of advising and influencing at all levels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These are full time positions (part time considered, minimum of 80% FTE).&#160; A 12-month (minimum) secondment would be considered for internal candidates wishing to gain valuable ER experience in the University HR team. Please specify in your application if you want to work part-time or if you have a preference for one of the posts. Some home-working is likely to be possible.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 5 August 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th August 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Physics

Closes: Aug. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Computational Physics.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 12 months. The project is focused on using deep learning to encode the exchange and &#160;correlation functionals within a fully differentiable density functional theory framework. The objective is to develop a physics-based deep learning approach to quantum modelling of strongly-correlated systems that can approach chemical accuracy, is highly transferable to novel systems, and can be used in the study of matter in extreme conditions. See our recent paper for more technical details about the approach: https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.04229.&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will work within the wider research group on developing deep learning approaches for accurately modelling the xc potential, and will support the development of our differentiable density functional theory simulation suite. The candidate will validate the model by comparing to other approaches available in the literature, and will be expected to publish their progress in scientific journals and present their work in national and international conferences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach. Applicants should hold a PhD, or be close to completion, in physics, computer science, or a related field, and have a solid background in condensed matter physics.</div><br> <div>Previous experience in the field of density functional theory, theoretical or computational quantum modelling of condensed matter systems, or in deep learning, will be an advantage.</div><br> <div>Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to work independently on cutting edge research projects, to communicate their research, objectives, and interests effectively, and to work effectively within a larger international research environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Sam Vinko. (sam.vinko@physics.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday (UK time) Thursday 5 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a statement of research interests, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in extracellular vesicle production

Closes: Aug. 5, 2021, noon; salary: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time PDRA to join the Centre for Tissue Engineering and Bioprocessing at the Department of Engineering Science (Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Old Road Campus).&#160; The post is funded by Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute (JITRI) as part of the JITRI IMPACT Program (https://www.mpls.ox.ac.uk/internal-research-funding/research-funding/jitri)&#160; and is fixed-term for one year with the possibility of extending for another year.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for performing lab experiments under the supervision of the PI, Prof Cathy Ye. The post holder is also expected to be the JITRI Fellow and the contact point for the project. You will be responsible for analysing human mesenchymal stem cell (hMSC) culture media for secretome/extracellular vesicle production, characterisation and storage and supervising the technician in the lab, who is part of the team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a PhD (or be close to completion) in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Biochemical Engineering or related area, together with relevant experience in biological nanoparticle characterisation and molecular biology techniques, in addition to experience in bioreactor for cell culture and hMSC culture and characterization,</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Prof Cathy Ye (email: hua.ye@eng.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on 5th August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.&#160;</div><br> <div>Human mesenchymal stem cells, secretome, bioreactor, nanoparticle, extracellular vesicle</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Assistant - 2 posts

Closes: Aug. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: Salary in range £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking two Research Assistant's to join the outbreak pathogens vaccine development group at the Jenner Institute, University of Oxford led by Prof. Sarah Gilbert and Prof. Teresa Lambe. The research programme focuses on pre-clinical and clinical testing of novel vectored vaccines. You will be part of the clinical trials team and will work on the evaluation of candidate vaccines in clinical trials.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will support the general program of immunology within outbreak pathogen vaccine trials and occasionally other vaccine trials as necessary. This includes general lab duties (maintaining supplies, consumables and instruments); processing samples, preparing reagents; cataloguing frozen samples; and some data analysis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you have a first degree in a relevant biological subject with a keen interest in outbreak pathogens and immunology of infectious diseases. The ability to interpret scientific data with good interpersonal skills and excellent organisational skills is required. You will need to be self-motivated, technically competent and capable of working independently in a laboratory. Keen attention to detail and able to process samples to a consistently high standard is essential. It is desirable that you have experience of aseptic technique particularly mammalian cell culture.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract for 1 year, and is funded by NIHR and Ferrovial.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152056</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 5 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Assistant Graduate Officer

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 per year

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic and capable administrator to join our Academic Office team.&#160; This is a fixed term 12-month position to cover the substantive postholder whilst they are on secondment.&#160; This post is available as a 12-month fixed term contract or a 12-month secondment opportunity.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The History Faculty has the largest graduate operation in the Humanities Division with around 450 active graduate students at any one time. The Faculty offers a range of graduate degrees: full details can be found at http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/graduate-admissions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Academic administration and student services within the Faculty of History are delivered through an Academic Office, led by the Head of Administration and Finance (HAF) and jointly managed on a day to day basis by a Graduate Officer and an Undergraduate Officer. The Academic Office team provides dedicated support to a number of academic officers appointed by the Faculty Board, including the Director of Graduate Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Chairs of Boards of Examiners and Admissions Co-ordinators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Assistant Graduate Officer reports to the Graduate Officer, and works closely with other administrative officers (with responsibility for admissions, examinations and teaching) as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Assistant Graduate Officer post provides essential support as part of the Faculty&#8217;s academic administration team, focusing specifically on managing the day-to-day administration of the Faculty&#8217;s numerous Masters courses, progression of DPhil students and monitoring records of Tier 4 visa holders.&#160; The Assistant Graduate Officer also works closely with our Admissions Officer throughout graduate admissions during Hilary and Trinity Terms.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be successful in this role you will have experience in customer service as well as experience of handling confidential information and the ability to manage sensitive matters with discretion.&#160; As someone who is able to work independently with minimal supervision, you will have good organisational and time-management skills and the ability to maintain accuracy and attention to detail in a busy working environment.&#160; You will also have an ability to interpret, apply and communicate regulations and procedures as well as a demonstrable ability to manage and analyse (software assisted) large quantities of data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Relevant experience of working in higher education is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is available from September 2021; full-time for a fixed term of 12 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Clare Reynolds, recruitments@history.oxa.c.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Friday 6th August 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Content Editor – Electronic Enlightenment

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Bodleian Libraries are seeking a digital editor to develop content for Electronic Enlightenment, part of Bodleian Libraries Scholarly Resources, the department that provides digital services for the students, researchers and staff of the University of Oxford. Electronic Enlightenment (EE) is the most wide-ranging online collection of edited correspondence of the early modern period, linking people across Europe, the Americas and Asia from the early 17th to the mid-19th century.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for someone to join the EE team in a new role that has been created to focus on the identification and acquisition of new content into EE to join 80,000 letters and documents from over 10,000 correspondents. You will work with the EE team members &#8211; the Academic Editor and Technical Editor &#8211; to bring new high quality scholarly content into EE. Your work will include working with print and born-digital source material, undertaking content preparation and editorial work such as producing biographies for EE correspondents. In addition, you will work with the EE team and key stakeholders to develop an EE content strategy. You will represent EE within and beyond the University in presentations and social media. You will obviously have an eye for editorial detail, but also for administrative detail as you will work with colleagues to develop financial reports and forecasts, reports to senior stakeholders, and liaise with EE&#8217;s publisher, Oxford University Press.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To succeed in this role, you will have a PhD (or equivalent experience) in text-based studies, knowledge of digital resources and metadata, which may be within the cultural or education sector. You will also be organised and be able to work to multiple and tight deadlines and to manage budgets. You will be able to effectively work within a small team, and to liaise with a range of academic, library and publishing stakeholders within and beyond the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is a full-time (37.5 hours per week) and fixed term position for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs alone will not form part of the selection process. As part of the interview process, please submit some samples of your work in a suitable format, along with your application. These samples should provide evidence that you meet the essential criteria listed in the job description.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Friday 6 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on week commencing on Monday 21 August 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Human Geography

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - 40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The School of Geography and the Environment seeks an exceptional candidate for the role of Departmental Lecturer in Human Geography. This is a departmental lectureship with a primary focus on teaching. Preference may be given to candidates whose focus is in the areas of political ecology, environmental governance and the interactions between science and policy.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Under the direction of the Head of School, the successful candidate will contribute to teaching Human Geography at undergraduate and graduate level, including lecturing and small-group teaching, marking, supervision and contributing to field trips. The successful candidate will have a publication record commensurate with their career stage, within the field of Human Geography. As a secondary priority to teaching, the post holder will conduct independent research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold, or be close to completing, a PhD/DPhil in human geography or a closely related field and should have teaching experience and expertise appropriate to their career stage. You will have experience in qualitative/quantitative research and analytical techniques. You will have a publication record and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field. You will also need to demonstrate the ability or potential to be an effective teacher of undergraduate and graduate students of high ability, to lecture at an appropriate level in an interesting and engaging manner, and to carry out student assessment, examination and course design.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointment will be available for 5 years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 6 August 2021, and interviews will be held in mid-September 2021.</div> </div>

Doctoral Training Centre Administrator (part-time)

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 (pro-rata for part-time)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic person with prior administrative experience, who is interested in developing a career in higher education, to this new part-time (0.5 FTE) role. The Medical Sciences Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) operates within the administrative structure of the Graduate School and currently provides support for over 200 students on 15 cross-departmental doctoral training programmes, with funding from a wide range of stakeholders.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This new role is a product of the growth and diversification of the DTC in recent years. You will work alongside an existing full-time Administrator, increasing support for the DTC&#8217;s portfolio to 1.5 FTE. You will be jointly responsible for the administration of programmes, with particular responsibility for certain aspects of clinical programme management, funded by e.g. Wellcome Trust and CRUK, and for Oxford students in the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars&#8217; Programme. Other responsibilities include student administration and Centre management, advertising and admissions, finance, events management, and provision of support to the DTC Director.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be an experienced administrator, with strong organisational and time-management skills. You will have prior financial management experience and will be confident in working with figures. Experience of working in academic administration in higher education would be an advantage, as would an understanding of training pathways for clinical academics. You must be able to work independently, be proactive and show initiative, while at the same time being a co-operative and effective team member. This role involves extensive contact at all levels, with students, academics and administrative staff, so you will need to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills including a high level of personal discretion and judgement especially when dealing with sensitive and confidential information. As a member of the Graduate School team, you will have an excellent opportunity to enhance your understanding of the University&#8217;s policies and procedures, and to contribute to process improvements.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent, part-time post (18.75 hours / 0.5 FTE), based at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, starting in September 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter). For an informal discussion about the role, please contact <a rel="nofollow" href="http://mailto:david.hyland@medsci.ox.ac.uk">david.hyland@medsci.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 midday on Friday 6 August 2021</strong>. Interviews will be held on <strong>Wednesday 18 August 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Examinations Operations Supervisor

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Examination Operations Supervisor plays a key role in supporting the delivery of in-person exams at the historic Examination Schools, as well as our new online assessment formats. This role is one of two Examination Operations Supervisor posts currently being advertised: this fixed term 12-month maternity cover and one for a three-year term (details of this post can be found by searching for vacancy ID 152180).&#160; Please apply for each post separately if you would like to be considered for both.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Supervisor&#8217;s role is to lead on several aspects of the team&#8217;s activity, ensuring operational work is balanced between competing priorities, deadlines are met and that customer service provision is excellent.&#160; The office is busy, fielding queries from a wide range of colleagues across the collegiate University, and assisting students directly and indirectly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a highly motivated team player with a flexible approach and first-rate organisational skills.&#160; Advanced IT skills, particularly in Excel and Access, are highly desirable.&#160; You will have excellent written and verbal communications skills, with a proven ability to manage and prioritise a varied workload for yourself and for others in an efficient and co-operative manner.&#160; You must have a demonstrable commitment to working as part of a team.&#160; You will be able to demonstrate an ability to review processes and propose improvements and to ensure the team deliver first-rate service to students and examiners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on Friday 6 August 2021.&#160; For further information on the role please contact aadadminsupport@admin.ox.ac.uk.</div> </div>

Examinations Operations Supervisor

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Examination Operations Supervisor plays a key role in supporting the delivery of in-person exams at the historic Examination Schools, as well as our new online assessment formats. This role is one of two Examination Operations Supervisor posts currently being advertised: one for a fixed-term 12-month maternity cover (details of this post can be found by searching for vacancy ID 151880) and this one for a three-year term. Please apply for each post separately if you would like to be considered for both.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Supervisor&#8217;s role is to lead on several aspects of the team&#8217;s activity, ensuring operational work is balanced between competing priorities, deadlines are met and that customer service provision is excellent.&#160; The office is busy, fielding queries from a wide range of colleagues across the collegiate University, and assisting students directly and indirectly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a highly motivated team player with a flexible approach and first-rate organisational skills.&#160; Advanced IT skills, particularly in Excel and Access, are highly desirable.&#160; You will have excellent written and verbal communications skills, with a proven ability to manage and prioritise a varied workload for yourself and for others in an efficient and co-operative manner.&#160; You must have a demonstrable commitment to working as part of a team.&#160; You will be able to demonstrate an ability to review processes and propose improvements and to ensure the team deliver first-rate service to students and examiners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on Friday 6 August 2021.&#160; For further information on the role please contact aadadminsupport@admin.ox.ac.uk.</div> </div>

Finance Business Partner

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 with discretionary range up to £60,905 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity for a professionally qualified accountant with significant financial management experience to support excellence in financial performance across the Medical Sciences Division. This will be achieved primarily through working closely with the 16 departments in the Division in the development and delivery of sustainable financial plans to support their academic plans.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have proven experience of working in senior financial management roles and developing and implementing change projects in large, complex organisations. You will have highly developed communication and influencing skills, and problem-solving skills. Advanced Excel skills and strong understanding of financial systems are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, permanent position. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Martin Thornley (martin.thornley@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications made online will be accepted. You will be required to upload a supporting statement describing how you meet the essential criteria of the role, CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 6th August 2021 with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held on Tuesday 17 August 2021.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Graduate Access and Widening Participation (WP) Manager

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual to join the Graduate Admissions and Recruitment Office full-time on a 3-year fixed-term contract. This is an exciting new role within the Graduate Admissions and Recruitment (GAR) office to manage and develop new access and widening participation initiatives to encourage progression to graduate study for students from underrepresented and disadvantaged groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will design, coordinate and deliver outreach programmes for prospective graduate students including the University&#8217;s flagship UNIQ+ research internship programme, as well as contribute to developing and coordinating support activity for those students through their whole student lifecycle.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will play a pivotal role in coordinating work that is likely to take place across the whole collegiate University and a number of central teams. As such, a key part of the role will be to work collaboratively and efficiently with members of the Graduate Admissions and Recruitment Office, but also academic and administrative staff throughout the collegiate University. As this is an emerging area of interest for the collegiate University, this is an exciting time to be involved in these initiatives, and there will be opportunity for the post-holder to contribute to shaping strategies and new activity, in addition to developing existing programmes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must be received by noon on Friday 6 August. Interviews are expected to take place on Wednesday 25 August.</div> </div>

Junior Project Manager

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £38,017 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Oxford continues to lead the world in fighting against COVID.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford (UoO), is recruiting a small team for a new study aimed at understanding more about COVID 19 disease and the immune responses to SARS-CoV2, which&#160;is crucial for effective vaccine and treatment development as well as for an effective public health management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The study will be conducted at the Oxford Clinical Research Facility (OxCRF), a new site developed in a collaboration between the OUH Trust and UoO to provide a clinical space to deliver early phase, translational research for clinical researchers across both the OUH Trust and the University.&#160;The facility houses isolation rooms, an endoscopy suite and a minor procedure room alongside 2 four-bedded bays.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The UoO is looking to recruit a junior project manager for up to 24 months. The successful candidates will have a broad skill set, with strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to work as part of a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To find out more please contact Dr. Ingrid Cabrera Puig using the contact details below. The closing date for applications is 12:00 midday on 06th August 2021.</div> </div>

Laboratory Technician

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 with a discretionary range to £33,797 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Laboratory Technician to join the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Your work within the team will be focused on handling the whole process of customer sample receipt, appropriate storage and Quality Control on a variety of DNA and RNA sample types. You will report to the relevant Project Manager any unexpected properties of the samples, including incorrect submission method or lack of required documentation, working to resolve such issues. You will&#160; store appropriately or hand on samples (as appropriate) to other members of the Group for further processing.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you have relevant experience working in a molecular biology laboratory with demonstrable high level of communication skills, both written and oral. You will need to be educated to at least A-level or equivalent qualification in science. The ability to organise and prioritise work efficiently delivering results to required standard and to an agreed schedule is required. You will have a demonstrable well-developed interpersonal skills with high motivation and rigour. You will have the ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 November 2023, and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152393</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 6 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive Postdoctoral Researcher specializing in microbiology and antimicrobial resistance to join Professor Powrie&#8217;s Mucosal Immunology Group at the Kennedy Institute, to work within the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at the University of Oxford. You will join an interdisciplinary team of researchers funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) programme grant &#8220;Beyond Antibiotics.&#8221; The programme is a collaboration between 3 academic institutions (Oxford University, Ulster University, and UCL) and partners representing the medical device and pharmaceutical sectors, clinical medicine and public health. The overall aim of the programme is the development of new technology to enable: better characterisation of bacterial infections, rapid point-of-care diagnostics, high-throughput testing of new therapies, alternatives to antibiotics and infection prevention strategies. As recognised by the 2019 World Health Organisation (WHO) report on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), the creation of this technology represents a critical unmet need.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the development of the research project and plan new studies with other team members and contribute to the generation of a portfolio of data relating to the pre-clinical work to meet the requirements set out by the MHRA (Medicines and healthcare products regulatory authority). You will test hypotheses and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate and maintain accurate and up-to-date records of all findings, and to make these available to other members of the team. You will attend relevant conferences, workshops or training course and supervise junior members of the lab.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must hold a PhD degree (or near completion) or equivalent in Microbiology or related subject and have sufficient specialist knowledge in intestinal microbiology to work within established research programmes. Experience in working with bacterial cell culture and infection, including anaerobic cell culture and have held/able to obtain a Home Office Personal licence in essential. You must have a keen interest in learning and developing new techniques and be able to work effectively under pressure, both alone or as part of a team. Practical experience in germ free, gnotobiotic models and antibiotic resistance is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term, full time position for 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Due to the nature of the research at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, this job will require additional security pre-employment checks:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160; A satisfactory basic Disclosure and Barring Service check</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160; University security screening (eg identity checks)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is <strong>12 noon on Friday 6 August 2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Programme Manager

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Department:</strong>&#160;Sa&#239;d Business School</div><br> <div><strong>Grade 6:</strong>&#160;&#163;29,176 - &#163;34,804 (with discretionary range to &#163;38,017) per annum</div><br> <div><strong>Location:</strong>&#160;Park End Street, Oxford</div><br> <div><strong>Contract type:</strong>&#160;Permanent</div><br> <div><strong>Hours:</strong>&#160;Full time (37.5 hours per week)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the Role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford, currently seek a highly motivated Programme Manager to join our established Executive Degree programmes team, on a permanent basis. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sa&#239;d Business School, Executive Degree programmes include Oxford Sa&#239;d&#8217;s world-class flagship Executive &#8211; MBA (EMBA) and MSc in Major Programme Management (MMPM) degrees, and Postgraduate Diplomas in Strategy &amp; Innovation; Organisational Leadership; Financial Strategy and Global Business.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Programme Manager hold a highly responsible position within the Student &amp; Programme Services unit of professional staff, providing comprehensive project management to assure the quality of the delivery of Oxford Sa&#239;d&#8217;s EMBA programme. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will play a key role in translating Oxford Sa&#239;d&#8217;s strategy into operational outcomes, collaborating with stakeholders internally and externally, to ensure the quality of the World-Class student experience. Programme Managers provide expert advice and guidance on matters affecting the Executive Degree programmes, to fellow administrators and faculty, particularly Programme Directors and faculty, who teach the programmes. You will be responsible for assuring the programme service quality and ensuring compliance with relevant University policies and legislation.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In conjunction with the Senior Programme Manager, the post holder monitors service quality; develops and maintains improvements to working methods; and collates, analyses and reports on student evaluation data. Programme Managers require detailed knowledge and proficiency in their areas of responsibility, so that they are able to work on their own initiative and resolve issues independently. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About You</strong>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will have successful experience of project or event management, preferably within the higher education sector or a professional environment. You will have the ability to work to tight deadlines, with frequently changing priorities, without ever compromising on quality. You will possess superior customer service skills, and always work in a professional manner.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Ideally, you will have demonstrable experience of working effectively and authoritatively with clients or customers. You will have experience of managing budgets and be able to demonstrate excellent IT and communication skills, in writing, orally and in person. You will have a proactive approach and have a positive attitude towards problem solving and resolving queries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be willing and able to travel internationally, in support of programme delivery and work to flexible hours (to include occasional weekends and evenings).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information on this role and how to apply can be found in the Job Description.</div><br> <div>&#160;All applications must include a CV and supporting statement.&#160;For further guidance and support, please visit: &#160;<strong>https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is Friday 6 August 2021 at 12 noon.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>First stage interviews are scheduled for Thursday 12 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Assistant - Immunology

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic and academically excellent Research Assistant to join Dr Oliver Bannard's &#8220;B Cell Biology Group&#8221; at the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (MRC WIMM). The successful candidate's primary role would be to undertake experimental research aimed at understanding the fundamental principles underpinning antibody affinity maturation and the development of humoral immunity. This may involve performing independent experiments and/or working alongside others in the lab. The role will also involve some general lab management. While extensive prior lab experience is not essential, applicants should know the basics and already be comfortable working independently at the bench. For example, the position might suit someone who has completed a substantial independent undergraduate research project, or has held a previous RA position. Training in specific techniques will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further details on the lab's research can be found on the lab website and in recent publications;&#160;https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/research/units-and-centres/mrc-human-immunology-unit/research-groups/bannard-group-b-cell-immunology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this position you should hold a degree (first class or 2:1) in immunology, molecular/cell biology or another relevant area in biological sciences. You would ideally have experience of working in an immunology laboratory and of working with in vivo systems. Excellent organisational skills and good communication and interpersonal skills are also essential. Previous experience of immunological assays and of lab management are desirable. Candidates with PhDs or with more lab experience are invited to apply; the nature of the work and the salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is fixed-term for 2 years, in the first instance. Informal enquiries are welcome and can be made to Oliver Bannard (oliver.bannard@ndm.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy should be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received by 12.00 noon on Friday 6 August 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Preclinical Neurosciences

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>An exciting opportunity to join the WIN Preclinical MRI Group as a postgraduate research assistant. You will carry out studies with MRI, histology, and behavioural assays in the nervous system, with an initial focus on understanding sex differences in the brain, and later expanding into additional techniques and experiments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Techniques would include MRI, microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and behavioural assessments, as well as more general wet lab techniques. You will work in a vibrant, diverse, and multidisciplinary department with access to state-of-the art facilities</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that applicants hold a degree in neuroscience or a related area (bachelors) and relevant experience of a range of wet lab techniques. It would be advantageous if applicants have experience with histological staining, including immunohistochemistry and/or immunofluorescence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is full-time for a fixed term of 2 years in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 6th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Research Assistant: Invisible Crises, Neglected Histories: Malaria in Asia c. 1900-present Project

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade and salary Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>An opportunity has arisen for a Research Assistant to provide support to the Wellcome Trust Investigator Award funded project Invisible Crises, Neglected Histories: Malaria in Asia c. 1900-present.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this project, historians are working together with anthropologists, epidemiologists, biologists and clinicians to determine the historical dynamics of malaria and to devise policies that are more effective and durable than many of those to date.&#160; Those involved in the project believe that history is an indispensable guide to policy and the research team has close links with policy-makers at national, regional and global levels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The project aims to place malaria at the centre of Asian history. More than any other disease, malaria has shaped the history of this vast continent, being until recently the principal cause of death in many Asian countries. It has consequently had a huge impact upon demography, economics, politics and culture. By bringing these areas back into focus, the project hopes to answer some of the most compelling questions in Asian history, such as the reasons why malaria mortality increased and fell, allowing countries such as India to undergo an epidemiological transition. Uniquely, the research team brings together specialists on the British and Japanese empires with scholars working on independent nations such as South Korea.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Research Assistant will play an integral part in the project by supporting the research and administrative efforts of the Principle Investigator and producing research as well as contributing to publications, public outreach, and administrative tasks associated with this project and other related research projects.&#160; The post holder will benefit from mentoring, a rich, collaborative and inter-disciplinary research environment, and access to the broader resources of the University of Oxford (the Bodleian Libraries, etc.).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be successful in this role you will have expertise in the histories of Asia and medicine.&#160; In particular we would welcome scholars with an expertise in the history of medicine and empire, ideally involving some familiarity with malaria in Asian contexts.&#160; The completion of a relevant PhD/DPhil in the histories of Asia and/or medicine, a world-class track record of scholarly publication, or evidence of the potential for such and the ability to demonstrate you can work well in an established research group and successfully undertake administrative and public outreach activities as required is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is offered full-time for an initial period of 12 months, with the possibility of an extension and is tenable from 1st September 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Professor Mark Harrison using the email address below. Applications for this post must be made online.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is 12.00 noon on <strong>Friday 6th August 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Research Associate on the SCorCH Project (12 months)

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salaries in the range of £32,817 – £34,804 p.a. with the potential to under-fill at Grade 6 with salaries in the range of £29,176 - £32,817 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a research associate to conduct advanced research in <strong>applied formal analysis or other verification and/or validation methods for hardware and/or systems</strong> as part of the <em>Secure Code for Capability Hardware</em> (SCorCH) project. SCorCH making new advances in formal analysis tools to find security issues in code running on a new generation of security-aware hardware. It is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of UKRI as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, Digital Security by Design (DSbD). The project is a collaboration by the universities of Oxford and Manchester and has two industrial partners, Arm and AWS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will join the internationally leading verification research group of Professor Tom Melham and will collaborate with members of the SCorCH team at Manchester. The main responsibilities are to contribute to the SCorCH project objectives, with an emphasis on novel, automated formal analysis or other verification and/or validation methods. &#160;This will involve identifying the most promising and valuable targets for formal analysis, selecting appropriate tooling and algorithms &#8211; making innovative, theoretically well-grounded, extensions to these as needed &#8211; devising novel analysis methods, and carrying out at-scale case studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold or be close to obtaining a PhD in Computer Science (or close to completion) or a related mathematical discipline. You will have a strong publication record and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field, as witnessed by published peer-reviewed work (according to your experience) in formal analysis or related areas. You will have the ability to contribute to research on SCorCH and be willing to collaborate with others and work effectively as a member of a team. Excellent communication skills are also required, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position offers a unique opportunity to do leading-edge research aimed at real impact on cyber-security, to join a top-class team of collaborators, and to contribute to a prominent UK research initiative in computer science and engineering. The role also offers an excellent opportunity for career development, equally well-suited to an academic or industrial research path, or to work as an applied verification engineer in industry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a full time, fixed term contract for 12 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 6 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held week commencing 16 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world, and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html, as well as family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working, and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div> </div>

Research Associate on the SCorCH Project (24 months)

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salaries in the range of £32,817 – £35,845 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a research associate to conduct advanced research in <strong>applied formal analysis or other verification and/or validation methods for hardware and/or systems</strong> as part of the <em>Secure Code for Capability Hardware</em> (SCorCH) project. SCorCH making new advances in formal analysis tools to find security issues in code running on a new generation of security-aware hardware. It is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of UKRI as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, Digital Security by Design (DSbD). The project is a collaboration by the universities of Oxford and Manchester and has two industrial partners, Arm and AWS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will join the internationally leading verification research group of Professor Tom Melham and will collaborate with members of the SCorCH team at Manchester. The main responsibilities are to contribute to the SCorCH project objectives, with an emphasis on novel, automated formal analysis or other verification and/or validation methods. &#160;This will involve identifying the most promising and valuable targets for formal analysis, selecting appropriate tooling and algorithms &#8211; making innovative, theoretically well-grounded, extensions to these as needed &#8211; devising novel analysis methods, and carrying out at-scale case studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold or be close to obtaining a PhD in Computer Science (or close to completion) or a related mathematical discipline. You will have a strong publication record and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field, as witnessed by published peer-reviewed work (according to your experience) in formal analysis or related areas. You will have the ability to contribute to research on SCorCH and be willing to collaborate with others and work effectively as a member of a team. Excellent communication skills are also required, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position offers a unique opportunity to do leading-edge research aimed at real impact on cyber-security, to join a top-class team of collaborators, and to contribute to a prominent UK research initiative in computer science and engineering. The role also offers an excellent opportunity for career development, equally well-suited to an academic or industrial research path, or to work as an applied verification engineer in industry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a full time, fixed term contract for 24 months with potential extension to 27 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 6 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held week commencing 16 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world, and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html, as well as family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working, and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div> </div>

Research Coordinator; Brain Health Centre (BHC)

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 (discretionary range to £38,017) p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Research Coordinator for the Brain Health Centre (BHC) an integrated research and clinical assessment centre established to bridge the gap between research advances and clinical practice for people with memory problems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time and is based in the BHC, in Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is for a fixed term (funded to 31 March 2022 in the first instance)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will assist in the execution and maintenance of the systems and processes for the BHC, including scheduling appointments, and clinical and research assessment of patients.&#160; You will work with and maintain the BHC research database, covering data input and checking, and review and approval of applications for research data use.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a degree (2:1 or above) in psychology, neuroscience or other relevant area of discipline along with excellent organisational skills, including managing priorities and resources.&#160; With an interest in dementia or cognitive disorders, you will have the ability to work with patients/older participants, and to manage sensitive information and apply discretion where necessary.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement and a CV as</div><br> <div>part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 12.00 midday on 6th August 2021</div> </div>

Research Officer

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a. pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Social Policy and Intervention and the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School are seeking to appoint a Research Officer to work on the relationship between economic inequality and wellbeing, as part of the <em>Oxford Martin Programme on Inequality and Prosperity: Promoting Inclusive Growth</em>. This programme is focused on understanding the drivers of inequality in OECD countries, the channels through which inequality impacts on growth and prosperity, and the responses required to promote inclusive growth. The impact of economic inequality and stagnation on wellbeing operates through a complex variety of channels which need to be understood.&#160; A particular focus will be on the extent to which rising income and wealth inequality and increasing labour market precarity affect happiness/life satisfaction.&#160; &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be working with Professor Brian Nolan, who is directing the programme, and other team members. You will undertake analysis and empirical research; work in close collaboration with collaborators within and beyond the university; present findings and research outputs; and make a major contribution to the achievement of the goals of the project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a PhD in economics, social policy, sociology, political science, &#160;or another relevant social science discipline, with a strong foundation in quantitative analysis and statistical/econometric methods. You will have demonstrated the capacity to produce high-quality peer-reviewed publications on relevant topics, build research collaborations, and present research findings to fellow professionals and other informed members of the public.&#160; In-depth knowledge on research on the core topics to be addressed in the programme is highly desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a half-time post, for a fixed term of three years, starting on 1 October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applicants must complete a short application form and upload a CV and supporting statement. To apply for this role, please click on the &#8216;Apply Now&#8217; button in the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before 12.00 midday on Friday 6 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to take place during the week commencing 23 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please note that the University of Oxford's retirement policy has changed. With effect from 1 October 2017, all employees at Grade 8 and above have a retirement age of the 30 September before the 69th birthday. All employees at Grades 1-7 do not have a set retirement age. Further details are available here: www.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs/preemploymentscreening</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Committed to equality and valuing diversity</div> </div>

Senior Research Fellow on FUN2MODEL

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 10: Salary £55,750 – £64,605 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a motivated Senior Research Fellow to play a leading role in the ERC funded FUN2MODEL project.&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a senior member of the collaborative project team, reporting directly to Professor Marta Kwiatkowska, and you will have joint responsibility for setting strategic direction and will provide leadership and management for the theoretical and algorithmic development of temporal logic and equilibria verification and strategy synthesis for psychological, neuro-symbolic and partially-observable stochastic games to enable robust AI. Based within an internationally leading research group, you will benefit from working in Oxford University&#8217;s acclaimed Computer Science Department, located in the heart of Oxford&#8217;s Scientific Keble Triangle.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will initiate and implement research programmes with an emphasis on psychological and partially-observable stochastic games, including beliefs and cognitive aspects. You will manage and direct software development and contributions to PRISM and PRISM-games, working with Dave Parker to coordinate PRISM webpages, case studies and codebase extensions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will write research articles for prestigious international peer-reviewed journals, play a key role in establishing the overall research strategy, have responsibility for mentoring research of staff and students, and actively initiate collaborations, acting as an advocate and international authority for PRISM and PRISM-games model checkers and their applications.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a PhD in computer science, mathematics or related discipline and have post qualification research experience, have sufficient expertise and experience to lead research programmes and develop new avenues of research within the specialism of the theoretical and algorithmic development of temporal logic and equilibria verification and strategy synthesis for psychological, neuro-symbolic and partially-observable stochastic games to enable robust AI. Specialist knowledge of applying formal verification to software, security protocols and biological systems, as well as techniques for abstraction and refinement, compositional analysis and applications of game theory is highly desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a part time (3.75 hours / %10 FTE), fixed term contract for 24 months, with the possibility of an extension for additional 12 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon 6th August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html, as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example maternity leave.</div> </div>

Specialist Caseworker, Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 pa.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit a Specialist Caseworker to work with the Service Lead of the Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service and team of Specialist Advisors and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) delivering support and advice to students who have been affected by sexual harassment or sexual violence, whether this happened at Oxford or elsewhere.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will work alongside the student and identify support and welfare needs, effect on the student&#8217;s studies, assess risk to the individual and the community, and advise on formal and informal routes for resolution. You will work closely with other services within SWSS and the wider university, colleges, and external agencies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the initial response to students presenting to the service and the allocation of cases to the team of Specialist Advisors. Alongside the Service Lead you will provide guidance to colleges, contribute to the development of policy, and the delivery of training across the collegiate university.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for their own casework. They will contribute to the operational development of the service, developing a particular area of interest or need, and support the wider work of the Support Service within colleges, departments and external providers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have extensive experience of providing 1-1 support to vulnerable people, including risk assessment, safety planning and supporting people in crisis. You will have experience of working with survivors of sexual violence and/or young adults.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The supporting statement should demonstrate explicitly how you meet the selection criteria for this post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 6 August 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on Wednesday 18 August 2021.</div> </div>

Teaching Fellow in Healthcare Leadership

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade E66 (£58,672 to £76,824 p.a) or for a non-clinician Grade 8 (£41,526 to £49,523 p.a, with discretionary range to £54,131)

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting new opportunity to contribute to teaching and research in medical leadership within the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. This includes contributing to the new MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership (GHL), as well as involvement in other leadership related teaching and research in the department. The MSc GHL is led by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences in partnership with Sa&#239;d Business School and aims to develop experienced leaders with the skills to deliver affordable, effective and efficient healthcare in complex global systems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will support elements of student selection, curriculum review and organisation of the MSc GHL, playing a key role in managing it and coordinating elements such as the dissertation phase of the course. The post holder will be expected to take a particular role in engaging with the wider clinical community, ensuring the course meets the needs of medical leaders and others working in clinical services as well as coordinating module content development in collaboration with the Academic Director and Module Leads. The post holder will also be encouraged to develop their own research and teaching interests and will have the opportunity to contribute to wider leadership programmes within the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. We welcome applications from individuals with a strong and demonstrable interest in healthcare leadership. The successful candidate will have significant experience in the development, coordination and delivery of healthcare leadership teaching and an extensive track record of successful working with interdisciplinary research teams.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are welcome from candidates from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. For a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria, please view the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is advertised as part-time (up to 80% FTE) and for 2 years in the first instance. You will be based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications should include a CV with research publications, and a covering letter explaining their motivation for the position and ideas for future research in this area.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is Friday 6 August 2021 at noon.</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on Tuesday 17 August 2021.</div> </div>

Team Administrator

Closes: Aug. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Education Policy Support Section supports the PVC Education in the development of education policy and the management of quality assurance and enhancement across the collegiate University. The section services Education Committee and its subcommittees, provides advice and guidance to departments, faculties and colleges within Oxford, and handles certain types of student cases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role of Team Administrator offers an excellent opportunity to be involved at the centre of Education Policy Support (EPS), working closely with the Director, as well as with AAD Administration, and colleagues across the AAD and wider University. They will be responsible for office management, supporting casework, and administrative support to officers in the section. They will also be responsible for servicing the Joint Panel on Remission of Fees and handling the associated student casework.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Educated to A-level standard or equivalent, you will be well organised and methodical, with excellent attention to detail and the ability to remain calm under pressure. Excellent communication skills, tact and discretion are vital in this role as is a positive attitude to work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, permanent position to start as soon as possible.&#160; Informal enquiries about the post may be addressed to Sophie Herzberg sophie.herzberg@admin.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy must be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is Friday 6th August at noon. Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing 23 August.</div> </div>

Senior Machine Learning in Medical Imaging Research Software & Systems Engineer

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, midnight; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Senior Machine Learning in Medical Imaging Research Software and Systems Engineer to join the Oxford Biomedical Image Analysis Laboratory in a pivotal role working on a number of exciting on-going translational research machine learning in ultrasound imaging projects, involving clinical collaborators in Oxford, as well as overseas partners in India and sub-Saharan Africa. This is a rare opportunity to join an internationally leading inter-disciplinary team developing novel machine-learning based ultrasound image analysis methods and investigating their early deployment and demonstration of proof-of-utility in real-world settings.&#160; &#160;The post is currently available until 31 October 2022 but may be extended subject to securing further funding. You will be responsible for taking first-proof-of-principle deep learning algorithms and considering their generalization to embedded solutions in clinical demonstrator systems.&#160; You will also design, implement and test image processing pipelines for integration into research devices.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a degree or higher-level qualification in engineering, physics, computer science or related subject, and have experience in building integrated software-based imaging methods and image-based software apps and testing them in real world settings. You should also have an interest in collaborating with end-users/clinical partners to design and develop solutions which may have impact on healthcare practice.&#160; Experience of image analysis and deep learning is essential, as well as good written and oral communication skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The vacancy is available now, and we are looking to fill this post as soon as possible.&#160; Please note that the post cannot be offered as a remote-working position, as the work requires you to access clinical data and use equipment onsite.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries can be directed to Professor Alison Noble (alison.noble@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>9</strong><strong>&#160;August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests, CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div> </div>

Apprentice Laboratory Assistant

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Laboratory Technician in the Radcliffe Department of Medicine (RDM).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a unique opportunity to join the Investigative Medicine Team who aim to rapidly translate innovative science into patient benefit across a range of diseases including acute stroke, dementia and immunology. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have the opportunity to support all aspects of the laboratories and be part of this fantastic team including:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Learning general laboratory housekeeping, following relevant Health and Safety procedures to ensure a safe working environment is maintained.</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Develop skills and knowledge to maintain stocks of chemicals, laboratory reagents, and consumables, purchasing goods and services when necessary</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Assist the Laboratory Manager in maintaining electronic and other records for general laboratory administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of this role, you will undertake an Apprenticeship with CSR Scientific Training, where you will complete a Level 3 Advanced Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship standard. 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Clinical Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade E64: £34,563 - £55,395 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Clinical Research Fellow to support the clinical research portfolio in Professor Peter Horby&#8217;s Epidemic Diseases Research Group Oxford (ERGO).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for delivering the scientific objectives of a prospective, non-randomized perpetual observational study among hospitalised patients with acute respiratory infections (ARI) study. The study will aim to serve as an infrastructure for addressing research questions in a non-experimental design, but also for allowing effective implementation of Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs). You will work closely with the PI, stakeholders and the Senior Clinical Trials Manager in the development and implementation of the study protocols, and contribute to the development of the clinical aspects of the final study protocols.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a medical degree and be a GMC registered Medical Practitioner with experience as a specialist registrar (or working towards) In Infectious Diseases / Microbiology / General Medicine or other relevant specialty. You are expected to hold or be in a position to secure an honorary contract with the OUH NHS trust (or agreed suitable alternative trust). You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be comfortable and confident interacting with subjects. You will have evidence of interdisciplinary and collaborative working, both within clinical and research settings, and also with colleagues from non-clinical technical disciplines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 24 months and is funded by the European Commission.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Monday 9 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>151975</strong> on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews for this position will take place on the week of 16th August 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Political Economy of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>Departmental Lecturer in Political Economy of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia<br> <br>Location: Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA), Russian and East European Studies (REES)<br> <br>Salary and Grade: Grade 7, salary on the scale within the range &#163;32,817 to &#163;40,322 per annum<br> <br>Details: Full time 37.5 hours per week, fixed term for 3 years from 1st October 2021<br> <br>We are seeking a full time Departmental Lecturer in Political Economy of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia. The fixed-term role is needed for a limited time to provide cover for the teaching and related commitments of the substantive post holder and other staff members who are on leave for this period.<br> <br>The post holder will engage in advanced study and primarily lecture and supervise on the MPhil and MSc programmes in Russian and East European Studies and in Quantitative Methods for the postgraduate programmes of the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies. The post holder will lecture and teach graduate students in the Economics of Transition, the Political Economy of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia and Quantitative Methods and will conduct their own independent research in a related area. The postholder may also contribute to a team-taught course on Global Economic Development.<br> <br>Specifically, the postholder will: contribute to core courses on the REES MSc and MPhil, contribute to the development and delivery of the OSGA Research Methods courses; deliver an MPhil option course for the REES MPhil and/or participate in a team-taught course for the OSGA MPhil in Global and Area Studies; undertake postgraduate supervision; and participate in setting and evaluating examinations as required. The postholder will also participate in standard department service and, in their second and third year, may be asked to take on a more substantive service role. The postholder will be expected to develop their own research projects and outputs and to play a role in the research activities and initiatives of the department.</p><br> <p>You will have a doctorate in the relevant field, either complete or submitted and awaiting examination, and an aptitude for teaching and supervision demonstrated by relevant experience (including lecturing as well as class/seminar teaching). You will have sufficient depth and breadth of knowledge, evidenced by relevant research outputs, to develop learning materials across a number of courses, including in (introductory quantitative methods). You will also have a publication record appropriate to your stage of career, and a familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field. In addition to this you will have excellent communication skills, including the ability to collaborate with scholars and students from different disciplinary backgrounds.<br> <br>Please email any queries for the attention of Professor Christopher Gerry (Director of Russian and East European Studies; Associate Professor of Russian and Eurasian Political Economy) to christopher.gerry@sant.ox.ac.uk<br> <br>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on 9th August 2021.<br> <br>The interviews will take place on 6th September 2021.<br> <br>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</p> </div>

Deputy Administrator and HR Manager

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Department for Continuing Education (OUDCE) is seeking to appoint a Deputy Administrator and Human Resources Manager with a flexible approach and with outstanding interpersonal, communication and organisational skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Deputy Administrator occupies a key position within the Department&#8217;s management team, and in particular is responsible for the administrative arrangements of personnel management in the Department. However, s/he has the broader remit of supporting the Director of Finance and Administration who, assisted by specialist managers, has overarching responsibility for personnel management, academic administration, financial systems, central budgets, premises, IT systems, the Residential Centre and the Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning unit, as well as for leading strategic initiatives and advising the Director of OUDCE on issues relevant to the whole Department.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Deputy Administrator can be asked to support the DFA in any of the above areas, depending on business requirements and is usually based at Rewley House in central Oxford, but visits or works from other OUDCE sites around Oxford as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a successful track record in administration and office management with wide experience and a proven track record of advising at all levels on the full range of staffing issues in a complex organisation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Demonstrable sound judgement in HR matters with a thorough and up-to-date knowledge of employment law, allied with a keen awareness of the wider implications of specific HR matters in the context of an academic environment, is an essential requirement of the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be able to demonstrate analytical thinking, pragmatic decision-making, and problem-solving ability equivalent to those derived from holding a good honours degree and wide professional experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications should include a covering letter, application form, curriculum and the names of three referees.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications should be received by noon on Monday 9 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</em></strong></div> </div>

Development Manager

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Would you like to join a dynamic team to help raise funds in support of the Blavatnik School&#8217;s mission of making government better? Are you an effective communicator and efficient organiser with excellent attention to detail?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The School&#8217;s development team is recruiting for a Development Manager who is a skilful communicator with a passion for bringing about change through philanthropic income.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The primary responsibility of the Development Manager will be to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors who are able to make high value gifts. The postholder will develop new donor relationships and build on existing ones, whilst playing a key part in advancing the School&#8217;s development needs and external relations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is ideally suited for enthusiastic individuals with excellent relationship building skills, likely to have been gained in a complex environment, and seeking to further a career in fundraising.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate should possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, along with strong influencing and relationship building skills, and the confidence, sensitivity and awareness to deal with high-profile individuals. With excellent attention and a flexible can-do approach, you will be a strategic thinker and have demonstrable experience of prioritising workload and working to tight deadlines. A good first degree, IT skills, and previous experience of working in a fundraising environment are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you are excited by our mission and seeking a role where you can make a positive difference to the world, this is the post for you.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed-term for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further details of the post are included in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon (UK time) on Monday 9 August 2021</strong>. Interviews are likely to be held on 18 and 19 August.</div> </div>

Graduate Studies Administrator

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941-£ 30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Sociology seeks an enthusiastic, efficient and highly committed Graduate Studies Administrator (GSA). This post, which is a pivotal position within the Department&#8217;s admin team, provides an excellent opportunity to gain substantial experience of graduate student administration and to develop their career in university administration in one of the UKs leading universities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will be part of small and busy administrative team and will provide academic admin support to the Department&#8217;s graduate programmes, the MSc in Sociology, the MPhil in Sociology and Demography, and the DPhil in Sociology, working closely with the Director of Graduate Studies, the Director of Taught Courses and the Chair of Exams. The role is varied, and will be attractive to someone with good all-round administrative skills and a career interest in higher education. The postholder will be involved in dealing with enquiries, admissions, course administration, student record management, examinations and publicity. The role requires a high level of personal discretion and the ability to manage day-to-day work effectively along with the ability to undertake recurring tasks, accurately and thoroughly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills together with good organisational skills, with the ability to work independently but also as part of a team. They must also be adept at acquiring comprehensive knowledge and understanding of complex procedures, e.g. examination regulations, in order to be able to give advice on these. A very good level of IT skills, including Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel, as well as ability to learn new IT systems quickly is also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, permanent post and will be available immediately.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon UK time on Monday, 9th August 2021 with interviews&#160;scheduled for&#160;Wednesday, 18th August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV, covering letter, and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Innovation and Business Partnerships Manager for Social Sciences

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 08S: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Are you looking for your next challenge in business development and academic-industry partnership building? We need an exceptional and proactive professional with commercial insight to unlock the value and potential of our world-leading social sciences research to the business community. In this exciting relatively untapped space, you will play a leading role brokering and building relationships of mutual benefit to both academic and business communities, leverage funding, and support the delivery of innovative co-designed and co-delivered projects with the potential for economic and societal impact. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be successful in this role, you must understand, translate, and balance the interests of academic and businesses alike. You will need excellent interpersonal and project management skills to facilitate effective collaborative working and deliver complex projects successfully for all. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work as part of a close-knit team, which takes a holistic approach to research, impact and engagement with researchers at the heart of our support - a whole team endeavour where different specialisms are harnessed as appropriate. You will work particularly closely with our embedded Research Impact Facilitators, who provide hands-on support to our researchers, as well as other Innovation and Business Development teams across the University and Oxford University Innovation, bringing into play your specialist advice regarding the commercial and business engagement opportunities. &#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role would particularly suit someone who has worked in relevant sectors such as financial, legal and insurance services, environment, or consultancies, as well as those with a background in research, or research and impact administration.&#160; &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered as a fixed term contract until 31 July 2023, with the possibility of extension, pending the award of further funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please contact Sam Sneddon, Head of Research Impact and Engagement (sam.sneddon@socsci.ox.ac.uk) with informal queries about the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy must be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 9 August 2021. Interviews are likely to take place in the week commencing 6 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

MSc Coordinator

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Internet Institute (OII) at the University of Oxford is looking for an enthusiastic and well organised individual with excellent people skills to support the department&#8217;s growing teaching programmes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working in central Oxford as part of a small team and managed by the Graduate Studies Manager, you will be responsible for the day-to-day administration and student experience of the taught Masters programmes in the Oxford Internet Institute. The Institute offers a full and a part-time Masters in the Social Sciences of the Internet and a full-time Masters in Social Data Science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The person appointed will be familiar with academic administration from admissions to examination, and will have a good working knowledge of University regulations and processes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time position would suit a highly organised individual who is efficient, with excellent written and spoken English and who can prioritise and handle many tasks at one time. The postholder will need to manage large amounts of information, maintain administrative systems, exercise considerable judgement, handle sensitive and confidential information and work well as part of a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online following the link below. You will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement outlining how you meet the selection criteria as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews for this vacancy are planned to be on 26th August 2021.</div> </div>

Part-Time Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a part-time research assistant position to assist a Wellcome Trust-funded project to investigate the neural representations underlying flexible behaviours.&#160; The successful candidate will provide skilled support for lab members and will help with establishing pre-processing data protocols for electrophysiology experiments conducted in the lab. The candidate will also be in charge of organising lab meetings and retreats.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will join the laboratory of Dr Tim Behrens at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford.&#160; Research in the lab focuses on the cross-species understanding of the brain mechanisms underlying flexible behaviours. &#160;They will be responsible for helping other lab members with research implementation including establishing data pre-processing methods to clean and spike sort electrophysiology data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that the successful candidate has an MSc in a relevant discipline and they have experience in image analysis and electrophysiological data pre-processing (DeepLabCut and Kilosort).&#160; It is also vital that they have excellent organisational and time management skills and have the ability to work as part of a team, working co-operatively with senior and junior colleagues and share laboratory and research resources.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It would be beneficial to the role if the successful application has relevant experience with Python and experience with electrophysiology acquisition software, e.g. OpenEphys.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is part-time (0.15% FTE) for a fixed-term of 2 years in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 9th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Parametric Amplifiers (2 posts)

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Parametric Amplifiers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 2 years, with the possibility of extension (until end of grant).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project will focus on developing superconducting parametric amplifiers and other associated superconducting quantum devices for astronomies and quantum computers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will lead an SPA associated project, design the superconducting devices, setup the experiment using a test cryostat system, conduct experiments to test and analysis the performance of the devices, including guide and assist post-graduate research students, writing progress reports, attending conferences and publish scientific papers. The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or be very close to completion of a doctorate in physics or a related field and ideally a strong background in superconducting quantum devices.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience in the field of superconducting quantum detectors such as SPA, Kinetic Inductance Detectors (KIDs), Superconductor-Insulator-Superconductor (SIS) mixer etc will be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates are expected to demonstrate good background knowledge, good communication skills and ability to work independently on research projects, work well in collaboration with researchers and technicians in the group and write scientific papers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Dr. Boon Kok Tan <a rel="nofollow" href="http://boonkok.tan@physics.ox.ac.uk">boonkok.tan@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday (UK time) 9 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a statement of research interests, CV. You should arrange for your two referee&#8217;s to send reference letters to <a rel="nofollow" href="http://leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk">leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk</a>&#160; before the closing date.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Mechanical Identification of Masonry

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Mechanical Identification of Masonry to join the Civil Engineering research group at the Department of Engineering Science (central Oxford). The post is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and is fixed-term for 36 months, starting from 1 November 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will contribute to the MINT (Masonry In-situ Testing and Identification) project, which will develop a new in-situ testing method to identify the key mechanical properties of historic masonry materials. This method will combine unconventional flat jack testing with digital image correlation based strain measurements and efficient material identification algorithms to overcome the limitations of standard material characterisation techniques. &#160;The Postdoctoral Research Assistant will play a leading role in the formulation of the mechanical identification procedures from first principles and its validation with multi-physics numerical simulators and laboratory experiments on masonry walls.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for candidates who hold (or are near to completion of) a relevant PhD/DPhil, along with appropriate experience. The candidate will need to be able to conduct challenging theoretical and experimental work on a range of subjects related to masonry, imaging and mechanical identification.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Sinan Acikgoz (email: sinan.acikgoz@eng.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>9th August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div><br> <h1></h1> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Quantum Circuits

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £31,076 – £38,183 pa

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Superconducting Quantum Circuits. The post is available for a fixed-term duration of 24 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project will be on the research and development of superconducting quantum circuits for microwave photon detection. The successful candidate will design and carry out experiments on superconducting microwave circuits in state-of-the-art cryogenic laboratories, and analyse, write up for publication, and present their results at research conferences. Their work may involve superconducting microwave circuit design and simulation, cleanroom device fabrication, setup and operation of cryogenic systems, microwave control electronics and software.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or be very close to obtaining, a doctorate in physics or a related field and ideally a strong background in either experimental quantum information or quantum device physics. Previous experience in the field of superconducting quantum circuits will be an advantage. Candidates are expected to demonstrate excellent teamwork and communication skills. The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach. Please direct enquiries about the role to Peter Leek (peter.leek@physics.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday 9 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a CV, covering letter and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Structure-Based Design and Chemical Biology

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We seek a highly motivated Research Scientist with strong experience in structure-based-drug design and medicinal or synthetic chemistry, to work within the Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery Program of the Rastinejad group, at the NDM Research Building in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will manage your own academic research and administrative activities, and be responsible for utilizing X-ray crystal structures and associated software package (e.g. Moe, Pymol, Glide, Auto Doc) to guide the design of new compounds for improved binding and potencies. You will act as a source of information and advice to other members of the group on scientific protocols and experimental techniques, and keep up to date with and advise on matters relating to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Health and Safety, COSHH sheets and other regulations relevant to the post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD (or close to completion) in medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, chemical biology, or related area, and have a strong understanding of medicinal chemistry. You will have experience in modern computational methods for visualizing and utilizing crystallographic data for the design of new compound analogues for hit-to-lead effort, and have experience in guiding pharmacology experiments for characterizing suitability of compounds for in-vivo (rodent) experiments. Excellent record keeping and precision driven work approach is essential for the role, as well as have the ability to work on several projects in parallel, all involving structural biology and chemical biology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time (part time hours considered, minimum 30% FTE) on a fixed term contract until 31 august 2023 in the first instance and is funded by The Wellcome Trust.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Monday 9 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>151767</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist in analysis of virus and host genomic data

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 per annum (pro-rata for part time) - Consideration will be given to underfill the post at a Grade 6: £29,176- £34,804 per annum)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a post-doctoral research scientist with a track record in virus and host genomic data analysis to join Dr. Azim Ansari&#8217;s group at the Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research and Big Data Institute. Our research focuses on host-pathogen genomics, Genome-Wide Association Studies and Population Genetics of pathogens. We are generating paired host and virus genomic data from large patient cohorts and are investigating the impact of host genetics on virus evolution and the impact of host and virus genetics on clinical outcomes.</div><br> <div>As a Postdoctoral Researcher in Statistical Genomics you will join a team with expertise in microbiology, immunology, genomics, evolution, population genetics and statistical inference. Your responsibilities will include analysing virus next generation sequencing (NGS) data, including bioinformatics pipeline development and performing phylogenetics and genomic epidemiological studies to understand the evolution of the pathogen. You will integrate this data with the clinical outcomes to understand the role of the virus sequence diversity in modifying clinical outcomes. You will also integrate host and virus genomic data generated from the same individuals to identify host genes that drive the evolution of the pathogen. You will plan the research project and milestones with help and guidance from the group, preparing manuscripts for publication, keeping records of your results and methods and tracking milestones, and disseminating your results, including through academic conferences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research houses an inter-disciplinary research consortium which investigate pathogens through a combination of experimental, theoretical and computational approaches. Big Data Institute (BDI) is a new interdisciplinary research centre aiming to develop, evaluate and deploy efficient methods for acquiring and analysing biomedical data at scale and for exploiting the opportunities arising from such studies.</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will hold, or be close to completion of a PhD with strong quantitative element, such as bioinformatics, computational biology, population/statistical genetics, statistical methods development, etc. You will also have experience of large-scale statistical data analysis, developing computational or bioinformatics pipelines or software development, evidence of originating and executing your own academic research ideas and excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work closely with others in a team. &#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to Dr. Azim Ansari (azim.ansari@ndm.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed term for 3 years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on Monday, 9 August 2021&#160;will be considered.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Scientist – Structural and Chemical Biology of E3 ligases

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Postdoctoral Scientist &#8211; Structural and Chemical Biology of E3 ligases to join the &#8220;Growth Factor Signalling and Ubiquitination&#8221; Group at the University of Oxford for work on a new Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) funded project, &#8220;EUbOpen&#8221;, which aims to generate chemical inhibitors for E3 ubiquitin ligases and other druggable protein families.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Principal Investigator, Dr Alex Bullock, and working closely with other scientists within the group, you will contribute to the group effort to establish efficient expression, purification and crystallisation systems for novel human E3 ligase proteins. You will study the interaction of E3 substrate proteins, peptides and low molecular weight compounds and solve their structures with the goal to develop a highly selective chemical probe molecule. The project milestones are very ambitious and you will have to be a self-motivated, skilful scientist in order to make a strong contribution to the project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you have a PhD (or close to completion) in protein biochemistry/structural biology with an excellent academic record of accomplishment. You should have experience in protein purification, biophysical characterization of protein-ligand interactions (e.g. SPR), as well as crystallization and structure determination of proteins. Experience in ubiquitin biology and assay development would be beneficial.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 April 2025, and is funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative. Please quote 152015 on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Monday 9 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Immunogenetics

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Assistant to join Dr Luke Jostins-Dean&#8217;s research project on the biology of inflammatory bowel disease risk genes in human tissue at the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences, to be based at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology. This role will generate large-scale sequencing, imaging and cell phenotype data to profile key functional characteristics of T cells taken from hundreds of inflammatory bowel disease patients, with the aim of mapping the relationships between genetic risk, immune phenotype and disease outcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Research Assistant you will select, follow, and adapt experimental protocols using specialist scientific equipment in a laboratory environment, while complying with safety, Equal Opportunities, and Data Protection regulations. You will determine the most appropriate methodologies to test hypotheses and identify suitable alternatives if technical problems arise. You will gather, analyse, and present&#160; scientific data from a variety of sources, maintaining accurate and up-to-date records of all findings and making these available to other members of the team. You will also contribute to wider project planning, scientific reports, journal articles and the presentation of data/papers at conferences. You will manage your own research and administrative activities, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a degree in immunology, cellular biology or molecular biology (or a closely related field), together with demonstrable lab-based experience in immunology, cellular biology or functional genomics including the statistical analysis of experimental data. You should have experience working with human samples, cell culture, and flow cytometry. You should be able to manage and record your research and administrative activities independently and possess excellent communication skills, including the ability to write publication-ready text, present at conferences, and represent the research group at meetings. Experience of following and adapting protocols and selecting appropriate experimental methodologies is essential. Experience working in a research team and contributing to project ideas and publications is desirable, as is knowledge/experience of IBD/T cell biology and processes such as gene expression quantification, protein tagging/quantification, and fluorescent microscopy. Ideally you will have experience using high throughput technologies and in large scale &#8216;-omic&#8217; data analysis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time fixed-term appointment for 2 years.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is 12 noon on 9 August 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Mathematical Pain Neuroscience

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a research assistant to join Ben Seymour&#8217;s laboratory focusing on Mathematical Pain Neuroscience.&#160; This position is aimed at supporting research into the development of advanced mathematical models of the pain system.&#160; The focus of the research is orientated towards understanding the complex and multifaceted representation of human pain in cerebral cortex, and how this is flexibly used to drive a range of different behaviours, especially the control of action.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The researcher will contribute to the analysis of data, and the writing up of research results for publication. They may also be asked to help get materials and data results prepared to support grant applications.&#160; They will also plan and conduct individual and collaborative research projects and develop research objectives as part of the primary project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that the successful candidate holds a first class degree in mathematics or engineering or equivalent and they have research experience and/or higher degree in computational neuroscience.&#160; It is vital to the role that they have research experience in computational simulation and advanced neuronal modelling and experience in fMRI, including execution and analysis of human behaviour.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It would be beneficial if the successful candidate has research experience in pain neuroscience and a track record of successful international collaboration.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is part-time (53% FTE) for a fixed-term until 30 September 2023 in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 9th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Research Data Programmer

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly-motivated Research Data Programmer to join the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health in developing IDDO infrastructure and governance to make IDDO-held data FAIR, and also to accelerate access to COVID-19 data to support pandemic response, developing strong data integration across IDDO.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for helping to develop, expand, and apply equitable and sustainable FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, Reuse) assets to the IDDO Data Platform. This involves work along all stages of the FAIR principles, including the enrichment of metadata, minting of DOIs, documentation of tools used to standardize IDDO data, supporting the development of an efficient data pipeline, developing code to run standardisation programs and quality checks on curated data, and collaboration with IDDO statisticians to create analysis datasets and generate reports. The post will include project management responsibilities including the scoping and development of processes and the facilitation of communications across the multidisciplinary IDDO team to coordinate the roll-out of these processes. Writing standard operating procedures for these processes as well as contributing to writing manuscripts that describe IDDO work for the academic literature will be required. Curating data into a standard SDTM data structure and defining metadata structures to link data across the repository will also be key tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a postgraduate degree in a relevant discipline (Data Science, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Global Health, Epidemiology etc.), and have strong statistical knowledge and experience in processing datasets. You will have strong background in the use of programming for statistical and research analysis using Java, Python, and/or R, and have hands on experience in data manipulation, linkage and transformation. Is it essential that you are able to work independently and manage own workload and projects, and have excellent communication skills and the ability to work with people from different background and all levels of seniority.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract until 31 December 2022 in the first instance, with possibility of extension, and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Monday 9 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>151862</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Research and Policy Officer (Government Outcomes Lab)

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Blavatnik School of Government is seeking a Research and Policy Officer to work on an exciting collaboration between the <a rel="nofollow" href="https://golab.bsg.ox.ac.uk/">Government Outcome Lab</a> (GO Lab) and &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.cipfa.org/">Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy</a> (CIPFA).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>CIPFA and GO Lab are jointly developing an innovative research agenda, with the nature of their cross-disciplinary projects addressing contemporary concerns such as public policy evaluation, social impact measurement and public financial management. This role will help the partners to build capacity in the co-design and co-production of practical tools and insights that can improve public policy outcomes across a broad range of themes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>With direction from the GO Lab Economist and CIPFA Chief Economist, the postholder will manage multiple projects working with practitioners and researchers, and be responsible for analysing data and presenting project results for multiple audiences. This role is uniquely positioned between academia, policy and practice, and benefits from direct access to the expertise and resources of a leading policy-oriented institute located in the heart of central London and a prestigious research centre based within the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidates should have sufficient specialist knowledge in the fields related to the programme to collaborate with established partners, and experience directly working with policymakers or undertaking applied research. They should have excellent communication skills, including both the ability to work with a diverse team, as well as the ability to use good, clear writing to synthesise complex issues for a non-expert audience, a flexible can-do approach and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs and priorities of the team. A Master&#8217;s degree, or substantial work experience in policy making, is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is fixed-term for 8 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For full details of this position, please consult the job description below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is 12.00 noon (UK time) on Monday, 9 August 2021.</div> </div>

Researcher in Comparative Philology

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>Working in a vibrant community of linguists, you will assist the Diebold Professor of Comparative Philology (Prof. Andreas Willi) and other senior members of the Philology team (Prof. Philomen Probert and Prof. Wolfgang de Melo) in their research and teaching activities and associated administrative duties.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, 36-month fixed term post from October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a member of Oxford&#8217;s research network in Comparative Philology, you will also independently pursue a clearly defined and mutually agreed research project of your own in the fields of Classical Philology and/or Indo-European Comparative Philology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>You will hold a doctorate in Comparative Philology, or a closely related field. You will be trained and/or have research experience in Greek and Latin historical linguistics, as well as one or two further branches of Indo-European, and have an excellent command of both Latin and Ancient Greek.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be able to work independently and manage your own academic research and have previous experience of contributing to academic publications and presentations. You will have adequate IT skills, attention to detail and excellent communication skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>For your online application, you will be required to upload a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria,&#160;using examples of your skills and experience, your curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees,&#160;who may be contacted for references by the selection committee after shortlisting. In your statement you should additionally outline what your own research interests and project(s) are and the likely direction of your own research if appointed to the post.&#160;For further details, please refer to the How to apply section of the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 9 August 2021. Only applications received before this time can be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Shortlisting will take place the following week and interviews will be held online in mid-September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote Vacancy ID 152048 on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity</strong></div> </div>

Schools Liaison Officer

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 (with discretionary range to £38,017) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty are seeking to appoint a Schools Liaison and Outreach Officer on a fixed term (5 year), full-time basis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will support the Director of Schools Liaison and Outreach and to co-ordinate the Faculty&#8217;s outreach activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will work closely with the Faculty&#8217;s Director of Schools Liaison and the University&#8217;s and Faculty&#8217;s Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach team, but will need to work independently to manage their workload. They will have responsibility for achieving key targets/goals set by the Faculty&#8217;s Schools Liaison Committee; and will be asked to produce regular reports on Schools liaison activities and to identify ways of demonstrating their effectiveness.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must possess: An undergraduate degree or equivalent professional experience; some experience in an office environment/administrative role; the ability to manage own workload and prioritise effectively; strong communication skills, including giving presentations and talking at large events; previous experience of organising events and/or working with schools or school pupils; an understanding of social media and blogs; a demonstrable interest in modern languages and an understanding of the issues currently facing the subject. Additional information and details about how to apply are included in the further particulars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 9 August 2021.</div> </div>

Support Advisor

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This post may also be considered for a secondment opportunity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Student Systems Support Centre is responsible for the support of the SITS:Vision system, as well as a number of legacy systems, for the development of student systems&#8217; roadmap, and for process improvement for all student systems users.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Support Adviser, you will be providing users with a first line of support; acknowledging and responding to queries received by phone, email and other means. You will provide users (students and staff) with assistance, supplying solutions to queries where possible, or referring the query to other teams within the Support Centre. You will manage details of all queries in service desk system and will actively follow up queries on behalf of users. You should have the ability to identify common trends in incidents reported, in order to establish common issues which can be addressed via software fixes, training or better documentation. You will also assist in the monitoring of services to aid improvement, and produce ad hoc reports when required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A good general standard level of education is required along with a willingness to learn and an ability to acquire new skills quickly. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills and proven experience in a customer orientated role within a complex organisation. You will need to demonstrate strong organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise according to business and user requirements. You will have a high level of IT literacy and have the ability to articulate complex technical concepts in language non-experts can understand.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Monday 9 August can be considered. Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 31 August.&#160; Please contact aadadminsupport@admin.ox.ac.uk for further information on the role.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History

Closes: Aug. 9, 2021, 5 p.m.; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of Theology and Religion, in association with Christ Church, is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in Ecclesiastical History. You will play an active role in teaching the Faculty&#8217;s existing undergraduate and graduate courses in Ecclesiastical History and associated fields, with a focus on the history and theology of medieval Christianity. You will become part of a vibrant research environment and will have opportunities to develop your career in research, teaching and collaborative work. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time two-year fixed-term post from 1 October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD/DPhil in a relevant area of the history and theology of medieval Christianity, with evidence of teaching and research experience in those areas. A willingness and ability to take on some administrative tasks is a requirement, as is a readiness to collaborate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars. You will be required to upload a supporting statement, CV and the names of two referees as part of your online application. We will solicit letters of reference for those candidates invited to interview &#160;on 13 August, and letters should be received by 23 August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>5 pm (GMT) on Monday 9 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to take place in the week commencing 23 August 2021.</div> </div>

CSAE Events Officer

Closes: Aug. 10, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Full time, fixed term for 2 years</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) is seeking to recruit an Events Officer to join their busy team as soon as possible.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The CSAE Events Officer will play a key role in the organisation of the Centre&#8217;s four main annual events, research programme related workshops and meetings, as well as two vibrant weekly seminar series. The post holder will be responsible for the administration of the CSAE Visitor and Recognised Students schemes and any travel and fieldwork arrangements for staff and students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a varied and interesting role in an internationally diverse environment. The postholder will report directly to the CSAE Administrator and work closely with the CSAE Communications Officer.</div><br> <div>To be successful in this role you will have strong administrative skills; experience of delivering excellent customer services preferably in events management within the higher education sector; and the ability to work independently in a fast changing environment. Good IT, communication, and budgeting skills are essential. Applicants should be able to with notice, work flexible hours on occasion including evenings and weekends during events period.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of working with event management software, and an interest in different cultures would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This post is externally funded and is fixed term initially for a period of two years. Please refer to the further particulars for further details about the role and for details/guidance on how to apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Find out more about CSAE's work:&#160;https://www.csae.ox.ac.uk/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 10th August. It is expected that interviews will be held in the following weeks, dates TBC.</div> </div>

Clinical Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 10, 2021, noon; salary: E64: £34,563 - £37,986 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a full-time Clinical Research Fellow on a fixed term basis until 31st May 2024, with an interest in clinical trials and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). You would be expected to undertake a phase-II clinical trial (TEMPEST Trial https://doi.org/10.1186/ISRCTN57145331) to evaluate the effects of Trientine, a copper chelating agent, on heart muscle thickening, energetics, exercise capacity and arrhythmias in patients with HCM. You will be expected to have academic credentials that would make them competitive for a DPhil (PhD) at the University of Oxford. You will also have an opportunity to undertake mechanistic research in HCM using novel MR imaging techniques (e.g., assessment of myocardial energetics, perfusion, oxygenation, fibre orientation). Expertise in cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) and other imaging modalities, i.e., echocardiography and CT, or advanced image analysis would be an advantage. You will also take part in the academic activity of the Department, e.g. contributing to scientific meetings, presentations and working collaboratively to help to realise the ambitious research programme that is underway.</div><br> <div>You will be expect to hold a Primary medical degree (BM BCh; MBBS, or equivalent) and be GMC registered. A Strong academic background and motivation and ability to undertake the planned research programme is also essential. Expertise in other cardiac imaging modalities would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment funded by the NIHR and you will be based at the University of Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR) - Level 0, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post.</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 10th August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place week commencing 16th August 2021</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Operations Manager- AVIC

Closes: Aug. 10, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for an ambitious operations manager to oversee the day-to-day running of the Acute Vascular Imaging Centre (AVIC). This post is an exciting opportunity for someone who is keen to work in a supporting role for a world leading research centre, and who would be motivated to help find solutions so the Centre runs efficiently and effectively. You will be responsible for the effective administration of the Centre; tasks include budgets, building and facilities, planning and project management, health and safety. You will also be key in supporting the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust&#8217;s clinical CT service, as well as other interventional services of the Trust. The role will offer great opportunities for career development, as a step to transition into a senior managerial/leadership position within the centre.&#160; You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, allied healthcare professionals, and researchers (post-doc scientist and DPhil students).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience and have a positive and flexible attitude, with a pro-active approach. Previous experience of administration and project co-ordination, and demonstrable ability to confidently and effectively interact with a wide range of staff and contractors is essential. You will be computer literate for a wide range of office technologies. Previous experience of administration in a university context or within the NHS would be highly desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to work onsite in Oxford in line with current safe University of Oxford working practices. Please note that interviews are likely to be held during the week beginning 23rd August 2021. The University is an equal opportunity employer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time and fixed term for three years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on 10 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Administrative Officer/ PA to the Proctors

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Proctors&#8217; Office is an impartial and discrete team within the University which carries out work in support of decisions made by the Proctors and Assessor. The team works with the Proctors and Assessor to oversee student matters and uphold the University&#8217;s statues and policies through governance and administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of an administrative team under the direction of the Senior Investigators, the post-holder will work collaboratively with two other administrative officers to provide professional and proactive administrative support to the Proctors, the Assessor and the Proctors&#8217; Office across a wide range of functions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will act as a first point of contact for the office and will be required to develop an overview and understanding of the Proctors Office remit and work effectively with students and staff across the collegiate University. They will support the casework function in the office through use of Dynamics and SharePoint and will need to clearly demonstrate good IT and organisational skills. As the PA to the Proctors and Assessor they will be an excellent communicator, able to employ tact, discretion and sound judgement in responding to queries and providing advice.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The specific duties and areas of work undertaken by the post-holder may develop and change over time but initially will include the areas set out in the further particulars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time position to be based in Wellington Square during term-time with flexibility of remote working during the long vacation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Wednesday 11 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Apprentice Finance & Grants Assistant

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice grade 01A: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Finance &amp; Grants Assistant in the Paediatrics Department, Medical Sciences Division. You will join our busy team and gain first-hand experience of the day-to-day transactional Finance and Grants tasks that underpin the operations of the Finance and Grants team and the various groups within the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Medical Sciences Division is one of four academic divisions in the University of Oxford. We are an internationally recognized centre of excellence for biomedical and clinical research and teaching, and the largest academic division in the University of Oxford. Over 5000 academics, researchers, NHS clinicians and GPs, and administrative staff, 1500 graduate and 1600 undergraduate students, together contribute to our extensive and exemplary research, teaching and clinical portfolios.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>As part of this role, you will undertake an Apprenticeship with Abingdon and Witney College, where you will complete Level 2 &amp; Level 3 Accounts and Finance Assistant Intermediate Apprenticeship and you will gain an Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Level 2 Foundation Certificate in Accounting &amp; Level 3 Advanced Diploma in accounting.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For this apprenticeship, you will work at the Department of Paediatrics Office, John Radcliffe Hospital and other sites where required. 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You may be starting your career or you may be looking for a career change with an interest in accounting and finance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To complete the Level 3 apprenticeship you will need to evidence passes at 9-4 or A*-C in GCSE Maths and English. If you did not achieve these grades, do not let that put you off from applying as you can study Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship giving you the equivalent qualifications needed. These qualifications are completed over 7 days. To help check that you have the potential to achieve these, Abingdon and Witney will ask you to complete a short initial assessment during the application process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There are also government residency requirements for Apprenticeship funding which the Training Provider will be able to advise on.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>What we offer</strong></div><br> <div>Our apprentices are never on their own, you will benefit from a supportive environment working in collaboration with the rest of our committed team. You will also be supported by the central apprenticeship team and you will join our growing network of apprentices within the university. You will have the opportunity to become an apprenticeship ambassador for the University and region.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We will provide you with a welcoming and inclusive workplace, offering support and development opportunities that will enable you to progress and do your best work. We recognise diversity as our strength, vital for innovation and creativity, and we aspire to build a truly diverse community, which values and respects every individual&#8217;s unique contribution.&#160;Over 80% of our apprentices continue with us at the University and that is just the start of their career.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will receive 38 days&#8217; annual leave inclusive of Bank Holiday and fixed closure dates, discounted travel, an excellent contributory pension scheme, and student discount. 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Biotechnology Small Research Facility Coordinator

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a highly organised, motivated and experienced individual for an Biotechnology Small Research Facility (SRF) Coordinator within the Centre for Medicines Discovery.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This SRF provides cloning, protein expression and production capabilities to the CMD, groups within the University and customers within industry around the world. This is a unique and unusual opportunity to join a dynamic and expanding team which is focussed upon providing capabilities which are amongst the best in the world.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to providing expert molecular biology and protein production innovation and support, you will manage and coordinate the biotechnology SRF pipeline, scheduling and prioritising work to ensure that deliverables and milestones are met. Working with the PI for Biotechnology, providing accurate cost estimates for projects will also be a key aspect of this role. You will also handle day to day communication with customers ensuring that they receive a high-quality service.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will manage the work of up to 6 team members and be expected to establish best practices, working independently to achieve ambitious deadlines and goals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a PhD with proven academic or industrial track record in molecular biology or biochemistry to coordinate the Biotechnology SRF at the Centre for Medicines Discovery (CMD). Experience in managing a team of people and multiple projects in parallel is essential. You should have significant experience in cloning and in recombinant protein production across bacterial, insect cell and mammalian systems. Experience in a genome-based or other parallel work environment or in protein engineering is a clear advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is a fixed term contract until 31 July 2023 and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 11 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote 151971 on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Clinical Research Fellow in Adult Vaccinology

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade E64: £34,563 - £55,395 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic Adult Clinical Research Fellow to join our established adult research team in the Oxford Vaccine Group. You will work on vaccine and vaccine-related studies, including into COVID-19 and recently developed human models of typhoid and paratyphoid infection. This research is expected to lead to high quality publications and includes opportunities for suitable candidates to study for a higher degree (MD/DPhil). If the candidate is interested in pursuing an academic research career, he/she will be given the opportunity and encouragement to seek independent research funding and to develop a laboratory, clinical or a translational research proposal. The successful applicant will expand on recent research that has successfully developed safe, ambulant outpatient challenge models to study the pathophysiology, host-pathogen response, novel diagnostics and effects of vaccines on outcomes following human challenge with typhoid and paratyphoid.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Oxford Vaccine Group undertakes vaccine research spanning basic science through to phase I-III clinical trials. Studies performed as part of the adult programme are directed by Professor Andrew Pollard, Professor Brian Angus, Dr Maheshi Ramasamy and Professor Matthew Snape. This post will be based at the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7LE.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidates must have a medical degree, be a GMC registered Medical Practitioner and have evidence of good communication and interpersonal skills. Management experience and experience of clinical research practice would be advantageous. These posts would be especially suitable for trainees in infectious or tropical diseases, medical microbiology/virology, immunology, gastroenterology or acute internal medicine, but would also be suitable for trainees in any other speciality, including general practice or on completion of core medical training. For further details regarding the role, please see the job description via the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates are advised to read the job description, which include the selection criteria and details on how to apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is for 12 months in the first instance, but has the potential to be extended based on the availability of further funding. The closing date for applications is 11 August 2021 at 12:00 midday.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>To discuss the position or arrange an informal visit please contact Professor Pollard using the contact details below.</div> </div>

Database Application Officer

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated and proactive Database Application Officer to join our team at the Botnar Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS), Oxford.</p><br> <p>The primary focus of the role will be to provide specialist skills to ensure that the department&#8217;s extensive Human tissue collection records are rapidly migrated to and maintained within the sample tracking inventory software, OpenSpecimen. You will then maintain migrated records and build new collections within OpenSpecimen as new projects are started within the Botnar Research Centre, and you will ensure compliance with the Human Tissue Act, Data Protection Act, GDPR and Caldicott Principles, particular with regards to consent, ethics, security and access. You will work with users to provide appropriate training and support to maximise the utility of the inventory platform and act as a source of technical advice for NDORMS Human Tissue Authority Compliance Committee.</p><br> <p>You will have an experience of working in a regulated environment and supporting the use of IT systems to maintain regulatory compliance. Your skills and experience will be equivalent to those of a graduate in a science, numerate or IT-related undergraduate degree. Evidence of experience of the extraction, transformation, loading and validation of significant quantities of diverse data into databases and an ability to multi-task, managing multiple streams of work in parallel, dynamically prioritising work as required to meet agreed deadlines are essential. Knowledge of relevant legislation related to human data and sample acquisition, storage and processing and experience of working with OpenSpecimen, LabVantage Sapphire or ProCuro are desirable.</p><br> <p>This is a full-time, permanent appointment.</p><br> <p>A lower grade offer may be made (Grade 6: &#163;29,176 - &#163;34,804 p.a.) with commensurate reduction in responsibilities if a suitable candidate cannot be found to fill the Grade 7 position.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12 noon on 11/08/2021. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p> </div>

Disability Advisor (Mental Health)

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit a Disability Advisor (Mental Health) who will work as part of a small specialist team within the University&#8217;s Disability Advisory Service dedicated to supporting students with mental health disabilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Disability Advisor (Mental Health) will manage a large caseload of often complex student work, conduct informal assessments of students&#8217; study support needs, and provide specialist, individually tailored, one-to-one advice and guidance to help students (and other staff working with them) address the barriers to learning experienced as a result of a mental health disability. The post holder will be expected to foster close working relationships with colleagues across Student Welfare and Support Services (including Disability Advisors and Counsellors) and the wider collegiate institution, in order to provide a professional and efficient service to students, their colleges and departments, other University services, as well as external bodies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to first-degree level (or with equivalent experience) and demonstrate a willingness to learn and develop new skills; you will have substantial experience of supporting individuals with mental health difficulties and up-to-date knowledge of the Equality Act (2010) and other relevant legal frameworks, and the University's responsibilities within these areas. The successful applicant will show an understanding of the particular demands of a University (or similar) environment in respect of students with mental health disabilities and demonstrable ability to make/recommend arrangements to support individual students. A professional and flexible approach to work, the ability to maintain boundaries, to work calmly under pressure and to identify those at risk of academic or psychosocial breakdown and to respond in a calm, assistive and practical way are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For a full list of the selection criteria for this role, as well as the key duties and responsibilities, please refer to the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The supporting statement should demonstrate explicitly how you meet the selection criteria for this post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 11th August 2021. Interviews are anticipated to take place week commencing 31 August 2021.</div> </div>

Part-time Receptionist

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - 22,417 p.a (pro-rata for p/t hours)

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Chemistry are looking for a part-time Receptionist to join our Facilities Team. You will be responsible for carrying out a full range of receptionist duties, supporting the Facilities Team in their day to day running of the Chemistry buildings. You will be the initial point of contact for all visitors to the department as well as providing valuable support to academics, employees and students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this varied role, you will carry out duties, including answering initial enquires, either in person, by email or by phone, sort and distribute post, book parking spaces via the departmental booking system and arrange couriers to collect parcels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have previous receptionist experience or front of house experience, will enjoy meeting people, be organised, pro-active and have good levels of IT literacy (Outlook, Word, Excel).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to GCSE, NVQ or equivalent level and have experience in updating databases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post will be based in the Department of Chemistry in the Chemistry Research Laboratory Chemistry Laboratory but you may also be required to work in the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory and Chemistry Teaching Laboratory when required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent post. The working hours for this post are 35 hours p/w. 8.00am &#8211; 5.15pm, four days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) with a half hour break.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for the vacancy are to be made online, you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your application. The supporting statement should demonstrate how you meet the selection criteria.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 11 August 2021. Interviews will take place on Thursday 26 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department of Chemistry is committed to equality and valuing diversity and welcomes applications from minority groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Post-Graduate Laboratory Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Oxford continues to lead the world in fighting against COVID.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford (UoO), is recruiting a small team for a new study aimed at understanding more about COVID 19 disease and the immune responses to SARS-CoV2, which is crucial for effective vaccine and treatment development as well as for an effective public health management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The study will be conducted at the Oxford Clinical Research Facility (OxCRF), a new site developed in a collaboration between the OUH Trust and UoO to provide a clinical space to deliver early phase, translational research for clinical researchers across both the OUH Trust and the University. The facility houses isolation rooms, an endoscopy suite and a minor procedure room alongside 2 four-bedded bays.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The UoO is looking to recruit a research assistant for up to 12 months. The successful candidates will have a broad skill set, with strong interpersonal skills and proven ability to work as part of a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To find out more please contact Raquel Lopez Ramon using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 11 August 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 with a discretionary range to £38,017 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking for 3 Research Assistants to join the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics within the Nuffield Department of Medicine.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Research Assistant you will support all applications offered by OGC, to carry out genomics service projects involving sample handling and performing complex experimental procedures for NGS library preparation. You will reliably implement a range of molecular biology tasks, according to standard protocols, ranging from simple assays (sample quantitation and PCR) to complex workflows (library preparation), manually and/or with the assistance of automation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a BSc in Biological Sciences with demonstrable knowledge in Molecular Biology. You will have experience with a variety of molecular biological techniques and have experience of performing complex experimental procedures following SOPs. Demonstrable manual dexterity and respect for precision high-cost equipment is required. You will have the ability to organise and prioritise work efficiently, delivering results to a high standard and to an agreed schedule. You will be able to demonstrate a high level of communication skills, both written and oral, and the ability to work effectively within a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 November 2023, and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152344</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 11 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Associate on the AutoCS project

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 p.a. with the potential to under-fill at Grade 6 with salaries in the range of £29,176 - £32,817 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a research associate to work on <strong>program induction/synthesis</strong>, specifically <strong>inductive logic programming</strong> (ILP). The post holder is expected to start on 1 October 2021 and will contribute to the <strong>Automatic Computer Scientist</strong> (AutoCS) project, where the aim is to accelerate algorithm discovery by building an AutoCS. The project is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The post holder will join the Logic and Learning (LoL) group of Dr Andrew Cropper and will collaborate with other members. The main responsibilities are to contribute to the AutoCS project objectives, with an emphasis on novel ILP methods that harness the latest advances on constraint satisfaction solving.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold or be close to obtaining a PhD in Computer Science (or close to completion) or a related mathematical discipline. You will have a strong publication record and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field, as witnessed by published peer-reviewed work (according to your experience) in artificial intelligence and machine learning. You will have the ability to contribute to research on AutoCS and be willing to collaborate with others and work effectively as a member of a team. Excellent communication skills are also required, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a full time, fixed term contract for 1 year with potential extension of 1 more year.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon</strong> on <strong>11 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in early September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html , as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Demonstrating a commitment to provide equality of opportunity. We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department. All applicants will be judged on merit, according to the selection criteria.</div> </div>

Senior Research Nurse

Closes: Aug. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £54,131 per annum full-time equivalent

<div> <p></p><div>A position is available for a highly motivated Senior Research Nurse to join the Paediatric Neuroimaging Group in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Oxford. The successful applicant will contribute to research led by Dr Caroline Hartley, which focuses on understanding the impact of apnoea on premature infant brain development. They will also work with Prof. Rebeccah Slater, who's research focuses on understanding the neonatal response to noxious stimuli.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold a key role in the day to day running of the clinical research studies, supporting the research team and students. You will be responsible for screening and identification of eligible infants, obtaining informed consent, performing the research studies, including performing EEG recordings and clinically required minor procedures, and the processing of study documentation. You will provide leadership, management and support to colleagues, and provide supervision and training to support the research team in delivering high quality research. The appointed individual will be expected to work flexibly and provide clinical guidance for the development of new research studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a registered nurse with experience in neonatal care. &#160;You will also have experience of working in research, with ICH-GCP training. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills, and evidence of the ability to lead and support other members of the team. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrable interest in human brain development and have previous experience with EEG recordings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is part-time (8 hours per week) and fixed-term until 31st October 2022 in the first instance. The position will be based at the Women&#8217;s Centre at the John Radcliffe Hospital. &#160;Please feel free to contact Dr Caroline Hartley for further information about the post using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 midday on 11 August 2021.</div> </div>

Biophysical Assay Development & Screening Scientist

Closes: Aug. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 with a discretionary range to £38,017 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly-motivated Biophysical Assay Development &amp; Screening Scientist to join the Oxford Drug Discovery Institute Assay Development &amp; Screening team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will employ cutting edge research techniques (biochemical and biophysical techniques, including SPR and BLI, rapid fire MS, enzymatic and binding assays) developing assays and carrying out high-throughput screens to progress a number of dementia projects. You will manage own research and administrative activities, such as data entry into dotmatics, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues, and use and manage specialist scientific equipment in a laboratory environment. You will be a key member of project teams that &#8216;own&#8217; a project and are responsible for discovering novel drug starting points. You will also provide technical advice to students and also colleagues within the Oxford DDI or collaborating groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a biology related degree such as Biochemistry, Pharmacology or related, together with relevant laboratory experience. You will possess sufficient specialist sufficient specialist knowledge in one or more biochemical/biophysical assay, and have experience of following and adapting protocols being familiar with at least one of the following experimental methodologies- HTRF, AlphaScreen, SPR, BLI, rapid fire mass spectrometry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 24 months in the first instance with possibility of extension, and is funded by Alzheimer&#8217;s Research UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Thursday 12 August 2021&#160;will be considered. Please quote <strong>152235</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Director of Anatomy

Closes: Aug. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 10: £55,750 - £64,605 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <h2>DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY, ANATOMY &amp; GENETICS</h2><br> <div><strong>UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Job Title: Director of Anatomy</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Contract type: Permanent, full-time</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics is seeking an experienced anatomy educator to direct the anatomy teaching facility and to lead and develop the teaching of pre-clinical anatomy at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for an exceptional individual who will be the principal anatomist in pre-clinical anatomy, capable of teaching anatomy at the highest level and with significant skills and experience in contemporary anatomy education. The appointee will link teaching in gross and clinical anatomy to the underlying functional science, and ensure that the teaching of anatomy is aligned to and complimentary with the pre-clinical medical and biomedical courses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Director of Anatomy will ensure that the education delivered is forward-looking and innovative, so that our students benefit from novel and exciting approaches to anatomy education during their training and are equipped for medical practice as required of them in the future.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Director of Anatomy will be required to act as the Designated Individual under the Human Tissue Act and to work in accordance and in compliance with all the provisions of the Act, with support from the Persons Designated and the University&#8217;s Human Tissue Governance Team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Director will also be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the anatomy facility. This includes maintaining appropriate arrangements and processes for the preservation, preparation, storage and disposal of donor material; and the management of the bequeathal process. The individual appointed will require significant strengths in complex decision-making, project management and delivery in a highly-regulated environment. They will lead the anatomy team (currently 4 permanent team members and a team of anatomy demonstrators). The successful candidate will hold a post-graduate qualification or equivalent) in anatomy education.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is Thursday 12th August 2021. Interviews are likely to be held in September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>The Medical Sciences Division at the University of Oxford</em></strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Medical Sciences Division is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for biomedical and clinical research and teaching. We are the largest academic division in the University of Oxford. World-leading programmes, housed in state-of-the-art facilities, cover the full range of scientific endeavour from the molecule to the population. With our NHS partners we also foster the highest possible standards in patient care. For more information please visit www.medsci.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div><em>The Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <h2><em>Oxford Anatomy and Physiology ranked #1 in the QS World University Rankings by subject 2017, 2018, 2020 and 2021. This ranking is based on Academic Reputation, Citations per Paper, Employer Reputation and H-index of Faculty.&#160;</em></h2><br> <div>Our mission is empowering discovery in the physiological sciences to improve health and educate the next generation of doctors and biomedical scientists.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department is a large pre-clinical department within the Medical Sciences Division, with over 360 staff and students. It has a world-class reputation in both its research and teaching. The Department was part of the University of Oxford&#8217;s Biological Sciences submission to the Research Excellence Framework 2014 that was rated top for its world-leading research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We encourage applications from suitably qualified, experienced, and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. We embrace our differences and you are very welcome at DPAG, without the need to hide any part of who you are. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information please visit www.dpag.ox.ac.uk</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum. (A less experienced candidate may be appointed at Grade 6 (£29,176 - £34,804 p.a.) with a commensurate adjustment in essential criteria, responsibilities and duties)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to join a 4-year MRC-funded research programme led by Dr Betina Ip and Professor Holly Bridge, based at the Wellcome Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN) Centre, part of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Oxford. The role will investigate the neural mechanisms underlying binocular vision plasticity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will conduct research to evaluate the potential of the binocular visual system to reorganise in the normal and abnormal visual system using a combination of complementary approaches. Alongside the focus the project has on neurochemical measures measured with magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the postholder will also employ visual perceptual learning, pharmacological manipulation, models of binocular vision abnormality and multimodal MRI (MRS, MRI, DTI, RSN). They will design and perform original research within this programme and bring to this position relevant expertise in behavioural psychophysics and/or non-invasive brain imaging.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that the postholder hold, or be nearing to completion of, a PhD or DPhil in Neuroscience or other relevant discipline and an interest in the visual system, plasticity and neuroimaging.&#160; It is also vital that they have relevant experience in conducting neuroimaging and/or behavioural research to develop and test novel hypotheses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It would be beneficial if the successful applicant has knowledge and experience of conducting perceptual training and neuroplasticity studies. It would also be of benefit to the role if they have an interest in increasing accessibility to neuroscience through both engagement with the public and broadening access to scientific careers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is full-time for a fixed-term until 31st July 2025 in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 12th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher - Biophysical and Biochemical Assay Scientist

Closes: Aug. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The ARUK-Oxford Drug Discovery Institute is recruiting a Postdoctoral Scientist who will be part of a larger team carrying out research into new dementia targets. The role is at the interface of academic research and pharmaceutical drug discovery, based in an academic setting but alongside interactions with pharma that help prosecute projects more efficiently.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be part of a team that is responsible for identifying and validating novel compounds for use as tools to investigate and validate neurodegenerative targets and as starting points for potential therapeutics. You will employ cutting-edge biochemical and biophysical research techniques to carry out biophysical characterisation of new proteins and develop biochemical and biophysical assays that will allow for the discovery of new chemical matter. You will be a key member of target-based project teams that &#8216;own&#8217; a project and, by designing and implementing screening and compound evaluation cascades, will drive the project forward towards the next stage of early drug discovery. You will also provide technical advice to research assistants and colleagues within the ARUK-ODDI or collaborating groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD (or close to completion) in Biochemistry or a related subject, and have previous experience <em>in vitro</em> assay development including biochemical and biophysical assays (HTRF, enzyme activity assays, BLI, SPR, mass spectrometry). You will have a strong background in protein biochemistry/enzymology with experience of analysis of enzyme kinetics and determination of mechanism of action. It is essential that you are reliable, well organised and can show meticulous attention to detail, as well as have excellent communication skills, both oral and written.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 3 years and is funded by Alzheimer&#8217;s Research UK</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Thursday 12 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote 151524 on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: Salary in range £29,716 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Opportunities are available in the ODDI for a Research Assistant with an interest in neuroinflammation, particularly in the context of the neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer&#8217;s and Parkinson&#8217;s disease.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Neuroimmune team leader, you will be responsible for supporting research to investigate the role of neuroinflammation in the pathology of neurodegenerative disease. You will have a background in neuroscience, cell biology or immunology, and an interest in Alzheimer&#8217;s or Parkinson&#8217;s disease research. You will help to develop and execute experimental plans supporting the validation of targets, and the discovery of novel therapeutic agents. Your main role will be to develop robust in vitro assays using cutting edge research tools (iPSC derived cells carrying patient derived mutations, primary cells, molecular targeting and quantitative endpoints) to validate novel targets and drive our drug discovery efforts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a degree in Biology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Cell and Molecular Biology or Immunology, and Possess excellent practical expertise in one or more of: cell culture, biochemistry or assay development. An ability to conduct rigorous work in established research programs is desirable. You will have evidence of ability to accept accountability for timely delivery of experimental work, and have good team working skills with effective communication skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 24 months in the first instance with possibility of extension, and is funded by Alzheimer&#8217;s Research UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Thursday 19 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152010</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Consenter-Biobanker

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,482 - £30,395 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint to two Consenter-Biobanker posts within the Translational Gastroenterology Unit, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Oxford. The post involves consenting patients into the Oxford Gastrointestinal (GI) Cohort and collecting samples from endoscopy, surgery and clinics, within the gastroenterology department and wider cancer community.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The aim of these position, within the TGU Biobanking team, will be to collate clinical data, human tissue and medical imaging to support research scientists across the Medical Sciences Division. The post holders will support our ambitions to give patients an opportunity to take part in translational research in the future. The key duties are listed below and will require some manual handling. Full training will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will involve interaction with patients awaiting standard medical tests, undertaking informed consent of amenable participants, the collection of tissue during the medical procedure and the curation and documentation of accrued data, image and tissue resources. These resources may be used for selected studies within the TGU, national and international studies, or will be banked for future use. You will routinely liaise with a wide range of contacts related to the Oxford GI Cohort, including:</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160;&#160; Academics and management staff that coordinate the Oxford GI Cohort</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160;&#160; Members of the Biobank Team</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160;&#160; Members of other Biobank Teams in Oxford (e.g. OCHRe)</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160;&#160; Patients</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160;&#160; Members of the clinical teams &#8211; nursing, surgical, pathology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential the post holders will possess a good level of education and numerical skills: minimum A level standard (or equivalent), or an equivalent combination of training and experience. You must also demonstrate good time management and organisational skills, including the ability to plan and manage own work schedule, accommodate unexpected changes and travel between sites in Oxfordshire as dictated by patient allocation. You will also be able to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders. It is desirable if you have previous experience of working in a Biobank/Biobanking.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The posts are both full time and fixed-term until&#160;<strong>31/03/2022</strong>&#160;with potential for extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 13 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Data Manager for Clinical Trials

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 per annum with discretionary range to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for the role of Data Manager for Clinical Trials.</div><br> <div>This is a maternity cover post within the Data Management Team of the Clinical Trials Unit.</div><br> <div>Working as part of a multidisciplinary project team this post works in collaboration with the Trial Programming team, Trial Management Team, Statisticians and Quality Assurance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Primary Care Clinical Trials Unit (PC-CTU), a busy UKCRC accredited CTU, is based within the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>The Unit is involved in the design, conduct and analysis of investigator led multi-centred randomised trials, in collaboration with NHS Trusts in both primary and secondary care, to address health issues of major national and international importance.</div><br> <div>The role will require candidates to have great attention to detail, excellent organisational and time management skills along with experience in clinical trial data management and a good understanding of clinical trial processes. Candidates will responsible for ensuring completeness, accuracy, consistency and validity of trial data collected by the Primary Care Clinical Trials Unit. Other duties will include preparation of data management plans and data preparation for analysis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquires should be addressed to Nicola Webb at&#160;<strong>hr@phc.ox.ac.uk</strong></div><br> <div>The position is fixed-term for 12 months and may also be offered as a secondment opportunity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Gibson Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications close at 12.00 midday on 13 August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be in the week commencing 23 August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a&#160;a non-clinical Departmental Lecturer in Evidence Based Health Care. The appointee must be at post-doctoral level with experience in the field of applied research and have experience of teaching.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be predominantly responsible for supporting and delivering teaching across a number of programmes within the Department, notably within the Evidence-Based Health Care programme. The post holder may be asked to contribute to the undergraduate teaching program within the Medical School at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will also be responsible for leading research projects within the Department as well as developing funding streams to support independent research that fits within the Centre&#8217;s remit and long-term vision. There may also be responsibilities related to administrative duties that support the Department as well as additional duties required by the post-holder&#8217;s line manager or Head of Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be accountable to the Directorate of CEBM who both report to the Head of Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be based in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 13th August 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on week commencing 23rd August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,527 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Part-time (60% FTE)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a non-clinical Departmental Lecturer in Evidence-Based Health Care. The appointee must be at post-doctoral level with experience in the field of evidence-based medicine/health care or the wider field of medical education and strong experience of teaching.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be predominantly responsible for supporting and delivering teaching across a number of programmes within the Department, notably within the Teaching Evidence-Based Health Care programme. The post holder may be asked to contribute to the undergraduate teaching program within the Medical School at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will also be responsible for leading and supporting research projects within the Department as well as developing funding streams to support independent research that fits within the Centre&#8217;s remit and long-term vision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There may also be responsibilities related to administrative duties that support the Department as well as additional duties required by the post-holder&#8217;s line manager or Head of Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be accountable to the Directorate of CEBM which reports to the Head of Department</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be based in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 13th August 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on week commencing 23rd August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Evening Event Assistant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 1.6: £10.31 per hour (£19,568.38 per annum pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Ashmolean Museum is the University of Oxford&#8217;s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Its world famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art and it has a reputation for hosting a variety of events. We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our established Event Team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will help us deliver an exceptional guest experience, whilst playing your part in ensuring our priceless collections and stunning museum are kept safe.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have working experience and/or a strong desire to learn in a dynamic, customer-facing role. You will be proactive in your approach to maintaining very high museum operational standards and customer service. First class communication skills are essential in this job and you will be confident, friendly and polite in your interactions with guests and fellow team members, with a positive, &#8216;can-do&#8217; attitude that you will be able to apply to every aspect of your work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be expected to demonstrate an active awareness of fundamental health, safety and security considerations of working in a sensitive environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is part of our established Event Operations team, which delivers exclusive events of the highest standard from start to finish. You will be expected to participate in the set-up and break-down of events (some light manual handling will be necessary). Throughout the event you will be required to monitor galleries, being present to help with guests&#8217; enquiries, provide directions and ensure the safe-keeping of the museum&#8217;s artefacts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Every month you will asked for your availability; once scheduled you will be required to work shifts, which can be anything from 2 to 8 hours in length. The majority of these shifts will be in the evening, although sometimes we will need help for daytime events as well. Events can be at any time (weekdays, weekends, bank holidays, and sometimes come up at short notice). Your working hours will typically be between 17:00 and 00:30, depending on the type of event. There is an expectation that you will be able to commit to a minimum of 4 events per month and preferably more.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement (500 words maximum) as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as shown in the job description, and explain how you meet each one. CVs alone will not be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online by 12:00 midday (GMT) on Friday 13 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place during the week commencing Monday 30 August 2021.</div> </div>

Finance Assistant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941- £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly organised Finance Assistant to join our team, providing a full range of financial management services to this busy and dynamic department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will provide support to the Finance Manager in all day-to-day matters to ensure the smooth running of the finance office including accounts payable, accounts receivable, journals, and other finance support responsibilities including finance support to the department&#8217;s four research centres.&#160; The role is varied and interesting, and you will occasionally take the lead on small projects.&#160;</div><br> <div>You must be educated to at least GCSE or equivalent, with experience in financial administration and a good level of numeracy. Good written and verbal communication along with the ability to organise your workload to meet deadlines are essential.&#160; You should be competent in using Microsoft Word, Excel and databases, and ideally you will have experience of Oracle Financials (training will be provided), along with experience of working in a similar environment.&#160; An AAT qualification or equivalent would be an advantage.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is full time and permanent.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is based at the Department of Education, 15 Norham Gardens, Oxford.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong></strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Friday 13th August will be considered.&#160;&#160;<strong></strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong></strong><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.&#160;</strong><strong></strong></div> </div>

Hardware and Algorithm Developer

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Hardware and Algorithm Engineer to join the Bioelectronics research group at the Department of Engineering Science, Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Headington).&#160; The post is funded by the Oxford Martin School and is fixed-term up to 31 December 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a highly committed individual with a passion for working in low to middle income countries to join our study examining technological solutions for people with epilepsy in resource poor settings. It is crucial to the success of the project that there is true patient/carer engagement and that all technology driven research is culturally-grounded.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will help to design and develop a suite of hardware and applications to improve the diagnosis of epilepsy, log seizures and side effects, increase adherence to medication, and raise epilepsy awareness. While the post will be based in Oxford, travel to sites is integral to the project as a whole.&#160;&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/global-epilepsy/">https://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/global-epilepsy/</a>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a Master of Engineering (or equivalent) and have a good understanding of web and mobile technologies.&#160; Experience with applying machine learning techniques applied to seizure detection is essential, as well as developing and deploying algorithms in Python.&#160; You should also have experience in evaluating EEG hardware with signal processing and evaluation methods, including the definition and systems integration of the full technology stack.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Tim Denison (email: timothy.denison@eng.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/"></a><a rel="nofollow" href="https://eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/">www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>Friday,</strong> <strong>13 August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div> </div>

Head of Imaging Services

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Bodleian Libraries is looking for a Head of Imaging Services to run the studio producing quality images of its word-class collections for the academic community, partners and commercial clients. You will lead a team of specialists, researchers and admin staff to supply high quality images of the Bodleian&#8217;s world class collections at scale. The Head of Imaging Services will lead on all aspects of business planning and developing the future vision for the department, working in close collaboration with curators, conservators and other key stakeholders across the libraries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a strategic thinker capable of delivering innovative imaging solutions that enhance customer experience and drive continuous improvement whilst maintaining the Bodleian&#8217;s high imaging standards.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of operating at a senior level in a business or studio environment with proven project and team management skills.&#160; You will be adept at providing motivational leadership and possess a clear and concise communication style.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent, full-time post, working 37.5 hours per week.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A satisfactory basic DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check result must be required for the successful candidate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the job description, and explain how you meet each one. CVs alone will not be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12.00 midday (GMT/BST) on Friday 13 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on the week commencing Monday 23 August 2021.</div> </div>

Head of Programmes and Senior Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114- £55,770 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights is seeking to recruit a full-time Head of Programmes to form part of its leadership team with the Director and Head of Research. The Head of Programmes will build upon and develop strong links between the Institute and practitioners and scholars working in the broad field of human rights in the UK and globally, and will develop and maintain the Institute&#8217;s learning programmes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will work with the Institute Director and Head of Research, to develop a strategic vision for the Institute, including writing funding proposals and preparing reports for funders on the use of funds; develop learning programmes for Oxford students, human rights practitioners and/or the broader public to deepen and enrich understanding of human rights in accordance with the Institute&#8217;s strategic vision; establish and maintain links with those engaged in human rights practice beyond the academy, seeking to widen the reach and impact of human rights activities at the Institute; carry out research in some aspect of human rights that should be related to contemporary human rights problems in practice; produce publications of a world class standard; present papers at local, national and international conferences and seminars and undertake teaching for the learning programmes developed by the Institute.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should have a doctorate in an aspect of human rights, constitutionalism or the rule of law (or related field) or equivalent; an outstanding record of published scholarship in fields relevant to human rights law or public law, commensurate with career stage; and the potential to continue to publish; demonstrated ability of forging and maintaining relationships with a range of partners and stakeholders in human rights, including scholars, practitioners, NGOs and funders, including from the Global South; demonstrated programme and project management skills, including an ability to foster teamwork, collaborate closely and enable the career development of others and sufficient teaching experience and depth of knowledge to teach and supervise graduate students in one or more fields relevant to human rights law or public law.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be based at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Mansfield College, Oxford, OX1 3TF.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time and permanent.&#160; In cases of particular merit, the Faculty may make a recommendation to the Social Sciences Division for the conferral of the title of Professor or Associate Professor on appointment as appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Enquiries about the post may be addressed to Zoe Davis Heaney, Institute Administrator for the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights,</div><br> <div>zoe.davis-heaney@law.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on Friday 13 August 2021 BST.&#160;&#160; Interviews are likely to be held on Monday 13 September 2021.&#160;You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your on line application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in senior academic positions in Oxford.</div> </div>

Human Resources and Payroll Assistant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 – 25,941 p.a

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Permanent, Full-time</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Assistant to join our busy Human Resources team, within a complex and dynamic organisation.&#160; You will work collegially and collaboratively as a member of the HR team providing an efficient and professional HR service to the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for self-starters committed to working responsibly and at a high standard, who have excellent organisational skills and well-developed IT skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a diverse audience. You will have the ability to foster excellent working relationships with key individuals and departments across the University (e.g. Payroll, Staff Immigration Team, Reward team), with line managers, employees and the public. The ability to handle confidential material appropriately, together with an awareness of data protection and information security guidelines is essential, in addition to excellent attention to detail, the ability to work methodically and follow and interpret standard procedures and sources accurately. The ideal candidate will have previous recruitment experience in a fast-paced environment, as well as exposure to a range of HR tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be fully trained in the delivery of the recruitment and payroll functions, and will develop a thorough understanding of human resource administration. The actual duties you will undertake on a day-to-day basis will vary, and being resilient and able to adjust and manage your workload and time is essential. You will report directly to the Deputy HR Manager.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In applying for this position, you will also be asked to upload a CV and a covering letter. The covering letter must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience. This may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available from October 2021 and will be based in Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be directed to the HR Manager, hr@dpag.ox.ac.uk.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>midday on 13th August 2021</strong>. Interviews are likely to be held on <strong>Friday 27th August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in Higher Education posts in Oxford</div> </div>

Information Compliance Administrative Assistant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the Directorate</strong></div><br> <div>Formed in September 2019, the Assurance Directorate is the newest department in the University of Oxford&#8217;s University Administration and Services: the &#8216;corporate centre&#8217; of the University. Comprising of the Compliance, Risk and Assurance; Information Security; Information Compliance; and Business Continuity functions, the Directorate manages risk, ensures compliance and provides assurance to the University&#8217;s Council, its Committee and sub-Committees, and senior decision-makers including the Vice Chancellor, Pro-Vice Chancellors and the Registrar &#8211; the Chief Operating Officer to in whose portfolio the department is based. Our remit also covers working across the wider collegiate university, with our work mainly focused on divisions and departments, and dealing with the regulators, external customers and other stakeholders.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the Role</strong></div><br> <div>We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join the University&#8217;s Information Compliance Team, which handles compliance with data protection and freedom of information legislation. The post holder will provide a wide range of administrative support for the team and the Assurance Directorate as a whole, and, in particular, the Head of Information Compliance. Responsibilities will include the recording and tracking of information requests; management of mailboxes and filing systems; diary management; the preparation and analysis of management data; organising and supporting meetings and training sessions; responding to general enquiries; and the collation and formatting of documents.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About You</strong></div><br> <div>The successful applicant will be an experienced administrator and/or executive assistant with a breadth and depth of expertise in office administration, including excellent IT skills; the ability to manage a busy and varied workload; the ability to communicate professionally and confidently with internal clients and external contacts; and the ability to build excellent working relationships with individuals and departments throughout the collegiate University.</div><br> <div>You will enjoy working in a complex, very fast-paced environment and cope well with pressure and ambiguity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>What we offer</strong></div><br> <div>You will benefit from support and working in close collaboration with the rest of our committed team. You will get exposure to many areas of the University, opening multiple career avenues for the future. We will invest in your personal development through training and professional development. The University also offers an excellent contributory pension scheme and 30 days annual leave on appointment (increasing with length of service).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are committed to providing a culture of continuous learning which actively supports the professional and personal development of our staff.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Next steps and to find out more</strong></div><br> <div>If the role and our offer inspires you, and you think you have what it takes to succeed, we look forward to receiving your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like an informal discussion with James Bristow Head of Information Compliance &amp; Data Protection Officer, please email your contact details and availability to Jayne Snaith, <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:jayne.snaith@admin.ox.ac.uk">jayne.snaith@admin.ox.ac.uk</a> &#160;who will contact you to arrange a mutually convenient time to talk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 13 August 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Condensed Matter Physics

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for the position of Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Condensed Matter Physics</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of&#160; 12 months, with the possibility of extension for 6 months (subject to funding)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project includes the setting up of a lab based ARPES spectrometer and use it for the study of electronic structures on novel quantum materials.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will carry out research on the electronic structures of topological quantum materials and Moir&#233; systems, making use of conventional and spatially resolved angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy.</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess (or be close to obtaining) a PhD/Dphil degree in condensed matter physics and a strong background in angle resolved photo emission spectroscopy and relevant instrumentation development .&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience in the field of spatially resolved ARPES and topological quantum materials will be an advantage.</div><br> <div>Candidates are expected to demonstrate the capability of carrying out research projects independently (e.g. operating a modern ARPES endstation for the measurement of the electronics structures of crystalline materials and processing the data therefore resulted)&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; .</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Yulin Chen <a rel="nofollow" href="http://yulin.chen@physics.ox.ac.uk">yulin.chen@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday 13 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a letter of application/supporting statement, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 - £32,817- £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Centre for Corporate Reputation (CCR), Sa&#239;d Business School, Park End Street, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellowship in entrepreneurship, strategy, and finance at the Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford. The Research Fellow will be based within the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation (CCR) and cross-listed at the Oxford Future of Finance and Technology Initiative. The Research Fellow will collaborate with Professor Pinar Ozcan, conducting research on the drivers and obstacles of trust in autonomous B2C financial services and how they impact business model design and strategy in fintech firms. The research scope is broad, and applicants are encouraged to bring their own related research ideas and projects into this role, as well as to develop new projects with Oxford Sa&#239;d&#8217;s faculty and the CCR.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will conduct academic research under the direction and guidance of, and in collaboration with, the PI, Professor Pinar Ozcan. Research output is expected to be publishable in the premier peer-reviewed academic journals. Under the direct guidance of Professor Pinar Ozcan, the Research Fellow will be responsible for key research activities such as (but not limited to) data collection, analysing data using appropriate quantitative and qualitative methods, writing academic papers, presenting research findings to academic and practitioner audiences, and handling day-to-day research project management tasks. The post-holder will be expected to participate actively in CCR activities (e.g., annual conferences, research seminars, meetings with industry partners, and other events), and contribute fully to the wider life of CCR and Oxford Sa&#239;d.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold, or be close to completion, of a Doctoral degree (DPhil, PhD) in a discipline relevant to the Centre. These include but are not limited to Strategy, Entrepreneurship, General Management and Economics. The candidate will be expected to have basic competence in qualitative methods in the social sciences and have the ability to publish in premier social science journals, as demonstrated by publications in those journals or advanced working papers targeted at and suitable to those journals. The candidate will need to demonstrate willingness to engage fully in the intellectual life of the CCR and the Sa&#239;d Business School. This includes attending and contributing to conferences, seminars, workshops around the topic of strategizing for trust in AI-based financial services, and ability to represent CCR to industry and other practitioner groups. It would be desirable if the candidate demonstrates a willingness to collaborate with faculty members and CCR staff to produce teaching case studies on specific aspects of building trust in AI-based financial services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a three-year fixed term position.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. Please submit two references with your application. To apply for this role and for further details, please click on the below link.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon (UK time) on Friday 13 August 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Molecular Pathogenesis of Osteoarthritis

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Postdoctoral Researcher for the Centre for Osteoarthritis Pathogenesis Versus Arthritis, based at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and directed by Professor Tonia Vincent. You will join an interdisciplinary team of scientists and clinician researchers studying the pathogenesis of osteoarthritis (OA), to work on a project exploring the chondroprotective role of gut-derived metabolites in OA. This will include a proof of concept study in a human knee injury cohort (in collaboration with Dr Fiona Watt) to assess whether metabolites vary between individuals and whether they predict risk of OA development. The project is funded by MRC and is in collaboration with Dr Lindsay Hall at Quadram Institute Bioscience in Norwich and Professor Jonathan Swann at University of Southampton.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for&#160;planning&#160;the in vivo analysis, collection of joints after surgical destabilisation and preparation for histological assessment. The metabolic data analysis will be performed under the supervision of Professor Swann and you will travel to Southampton for&#160;metabolomics&#160;training. The project also involves sterile tissue culture work including chondrogenesis assays and cartilage injury assays.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold,&#160;or have nearly completed,&#160;a PhD in biological sciences together with relevant experience. Experience&#160;of tissue culture work&#160;is desirable, as is experience of analysing metabolic datasets and knowledge of microbiome and in vivo&#160;models.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time position for 3 years in the first instance.</div> </div>

Programme Manager, Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Approaches to Biomedical Science: Responsible & Reproducible Research

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint an experienced, motivated and organised administrator with excellent interpersonal skills to join the team at the Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) to manage the administration and finances of the highly successful industrially-focussed EPSRC funded SABS&#160;R3&#160;4-year PhD programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Programme Manager, you will be responsible for the overall administration and finance of the SABS R3 CDT and play a vital role in the continued success of this enterprise, working closely with academic and administrative colleagues across the University, UKRI funding bodies and industrial partners. You will focus on developing SABS R3&#160;CDT policy, working closely with the Programme Directors, DTC Director and Head of Administration and Finance on strategy and long-term planning and will co-ordinate the provision of training and support for students enrolled on the course.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the logistical implementation of the programme, contract and IP issues and the development of administrative policy in line with current regulations as well as being the main contact for prospective and on-course student enquiries, both academic and welfare related. You will manage the flow of information and resources between the CDT and the industrial partners, UKRI training providers, suppliers, central administration (particularly Research Services), divisional administration (Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences and Medical Sciences Divisions), academic and industrial supervisors, departments, colleges, students and prospective students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position includes a significant financial component. You will therefore have a strong track record in managing finances, preferably within the HEI sector. The programme currently has approx. &#163;9m of active grant funding plus considerable industrial contributions and you will work closely with the DTC Finance Co-ordinator and MPLS Divisional Finance team to ensure compliance is fully met.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to the Programme Manager duties, you will also act as deputy to the Head of Administration and Finance with areas including HR, building management, policy development and planning. Full training will be given as necessary.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is full-time and fixed-term for a period of three years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information on the SABS CDT is available at:&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://">https://www.sabsr3.ox.ac.uk/</a></div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

Senior Internal Recruitment Consultant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £24,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Do you have recruitment experience?&#160; Looking for a new challenge?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for a <strong>Senior Internal Recruitment Consultant</strong> in the University of Oxford Temporary Staffing Service.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>TSS provides a bank of skilled temporary clerical and administrative staff to university departments and colleges working with Recruiting Managers across the University to meet their temporary staffing requirements.</div><br> <div>You will lead on the day to day operations of the department including recruitment and vetting of candidates, matching candidate skills to requirements, payroll processes, updating and maintaining IT platforms and deputising in the absence of the TSS Manager.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are ideally looking for someone with experience of high volume recruitment, gained through running a temporary recruitment desk or an internal staff pool, however we would also welcome applications from candidates who have experience of permanent recruitment. You should demonstrate a good understanding of recruitment processes and be able to juggle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment while still working accurately and efficiently. Strong communication and customer service skills are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University offers excellent benefits including 38 days holiday per year (including bank holidays).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you are interested in the role and would like to have an informal chat or require further information, please contact the TSS Manager Annie Harris - 01865 612347 / <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:annie.harris@admin.ox.ac.uk">annie.harris@admin.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 13 August 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Management Accountant

Closes: Aug. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (discretionary to £44,045) p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated Senior Management Accountant to join&#160;our busy Finance team. Reporting to the Finance Manager, this new post will be a key member of the team. Commercial and administrative changes within the Department require flexible reporting and processing changes and&#160;you will assist in the required change management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Responsibilities will include: carrying out month-end, quarter-end and year-end procedures, monitoring financial position, day-to-day management of core processing finance functions, preparing and/or reviewing budgets and forecasts, financial course appraisals, contributing to medium/long term strategic plans, working in a supervisory capacity and carrying out all duties in compliance with University&#8217;s financial regulations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a friendly, professional and highly motivated team player. You will be educated to degree level or equivalent, and likely to be working towards a CCAB qualification, with significant previous experience in financial administration, preparing finance reports and implementing financial controls. You will have accomplished IT skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will have strong organisational skills with demonstrable experience of prioritising a varied workload and meeting deadlines using your own initiative and with minimal supervision, with excellent attention to detail in your work. You will have the ability to establish effective working relationships with staff, both academic and administrative, at all levels, remaining calm under pressure.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of line management would be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be submitted online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 13th August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</em></strong></div> </div>

Alumni Communications & Marketing Manager

Closes: Aug. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Grade 7: &#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322 (with a discretionary range to &#163;44,045) per annum</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford are seeking an experienced Alumni Communications and Marketing Manager.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Associate Director of Alumni Relations, the Alumni Communications and Marketing Manager oversees internal and external marketing and communications for Sa&#239;d Business School&#8217;s Alumni Relations programme, formulating and implementing effective strategies for engaging with and increasing the number of Oxford Business Alumni (OBA) Network members, through a range of communication channels, as well as raising the profile of the OBA Network and its resources across the collegiate University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be required to develop, communicate and manage the Alumni Relations communications and marketing strategy, will set measurable targets to increase the effectiveness of the Alumni Relations team&#8217;s communications (predominantly digital) and work in close collaboration with a number of teams across the school. As the Alumni Communications and Marketing Manager, you will review and revise the strategy on an annual basis and produce operational plans and reports. You will also line-manage the Alumni Database Officer and develop an excellent working knowledge of DARS, a shared Development &amp; Relations database.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have proven experience working in communications, marketing, public relations and/or related fields as well as a degree within a relevant marketing related subject. You will have experience developing and delivering effective communications, engaging an audience via social media and marketing plans and campaigns including setting appropriate metrics and monitoring performance.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Additionally, you will have experience of project management, planning, budgeting, monitoring, and reporting. Furthermore, you will ideally have experience of the management of websites, strong writing and editing skills for print, electronic and web-based communications. Finally, it is expected that you have excellent interpersonal and influencing skills ensuring you are able to build and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues at all levels, from Director to support level, collaborating and advising as appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information on this role and how to apply can be found in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must include a CV and supporting statement. For further guidance and support, please visit &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply">https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Sunday 15 August 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Application Developer

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly committed individual with a passion for working in low to middle income countries to join our study examining technological solutions for people with epilepsy in resource poor settings.&#160; The Epilepsy Pathway Innovation in Africa (EPInA) project is a large NIHR multinational study that aims to improve the lives of people with epilepsy within Africa and beyond. The Oxford Martin Programme on Global Epilepsy aims to develop new and exciting, culturally appropriate technology to help in the diagnosis, management and education of people with epilepsy and local communities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will join the Oxford Martin School project and also work very closely with the EPInA Team.&#160; They will help design and develop a suite of applications to improve the diagnosis of epilepsy, log seizures and side effects, increase adherence to medication, and raise epilepsy awareness. This will include designing high-quality, clinician- and patient-facing apps for both iOS and Android and working with ethnographic researchers to provide context-specific mobile technologies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that the successful candidate has a good understanding of web and mobile technologies and a demonstrable experience in developing user-facing apps in the Apple and Android ecosystems.&#160; They must also have proven experience on Android projects &#8211; developing in both C/C++, Java and/or Kotlin and Apple iPhone/iPad projects in Swift, etc.&#160; It is vital to the role that they have the ability to create and maintain continuous delivery pipelines using current practices, patterns and tooling as well as a working knowledge of modern web stacks, e.g. React, Redux and Elm.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It would be beneficial if the postholder has experience in security strengthening of mobile software and experience with the iOS environment.&#160; Experience in consuming RESTful APIs and using modern architecture principles would also be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is part-time (60% FTE) for a fixed-term until 31st October 2023 in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 16th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Database Officer

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and thorough Database Officer to join Pharmaco- and Device epidemiology research group lead by Professor Daniel Prieto-Alhambra at the Botnar Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS), Oxford. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join an outstanding, dynamic, multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural but extremely friendly group of motivated and cutting-edge clinical researchers.</p><br> <p>Supervised by an experienced computer scientist you will support the line manager with complex tasks and issues related to clinical coding systems and databases such as: design, creation and maintenance of a new comprehensive database to home all the coding lists of our repository, maintenance and significant improvement of existing coding lists, creation of new coding lists and liaison with clinicians for validations of new coding lists. You will support new research applications within the group by providing cohort dimension feasibility counts via standard database interfaces or via direct database queries, develop or tailor analytical and data curation tools and resources appropriate to the work in collaboration with members of the research team and identify &amp; troubleshoot technical or scientific problems.</p><br> <p>You will hold a degree in a scientific discipline or have an equivalent combination of training and professional experience. Extensive experience in creating and maintaining clinical research databases and managing complex clinical coding systems (e.g. READ, snomed codes), excellent IT skills including proficiency in the use of e-mail, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Power Point and the internet as well as a logical and analytical approach with problem solving skills and extreme accuracy and attention to detail are essential. Experience of working in a University or in an epidemiology research environment and proficiency in programming (e.g. Python) and/or professional databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL) and/or encryption tools (e.g. VeraCrypt, KeyPass) are desirable.</p><br> <p>This is a full-time fixed-term appointment for 2 years.</p><br> <p>A lower grade offer may be made (Grade 5: &#163;25,941 - &#163;30,942 p.a.) with commensurate reduction in responsibilities (and amendment in job title to Database Assistant) if a suitable candidate cannot be found to fill the Grade 6 position.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12 noon on 16/08/2021. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Multi-agent systems/machine learning

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,533 p.a. (with discretionary salary up to £54,131)

<div> <p></p><div>An excellent opportunity has arisen to appoint a Departmental Lecturer in Computer Science, in the area of multi-agent systems/machine learning.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will develop and deliver taught modules, set and mark written assignments, and supervise undergraduate and graduate students, and be expected to provide academic support for activities such as student admissions, curriculum development, and University examinations.&#160; In addition, you will carry out research at an international level in machine learning, publishing research results in leading venues, applying for research funding, and supervising research students and postdocs as appropriate. You will join a thriving, first-rate machine learning group, both within the Department of Computer Science and in the wider Oxford environment. Areas of interest include but are not restricted to: multi-agent systems, computational game theory, deep learning, and reinforcement learning.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a doctoral degree in a relevant subject, such as Computer Science, Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, or a related subject.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is a full time fixed-term contract for 5 years. &#160;All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Job shares will be considered.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for <strong>applications</strong> <strong>is 12 noon on 16 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in early September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world, and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html, as well as family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working, and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div> </div>

Deputy Administrator (Buildings and Safety)

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526-£49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an experienced facilities and safety manager to fill a vital role within our Professional Services Support Team.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our Deputy Administrator (Buildings and Safety) is responsible for the efficient running of key services in the building, including the provision of scientific facilities and equipment to facilitate vital research being carried out within Pharmacology. As well as ensuring that all work carried in the building conforms to the necessary health and safety standards, you will be responsible for managing essential members of our support team and for working closely with academic staff to make sure they have the necessary environment for their research. In addition, you will need to manage refurbishment and capital projects and will sit on our Management Committee to provide advice and guidance to our Head of Department and senior academic staff.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need experience of managing a diverse range of hard and soft facilities, preferably within an HE scientific environment, and relevent health and safety knowledge. Experience of managing projects, staff and budgets is essential as are effective communication and IT skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is permanent position.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for application is 12noon on Monday 16 August 2021.</div> </div>

HR Assistant

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The HR Team is based within the wider NDCN admin team, providing professional administrative personnel services, supporting over 380 staff and approximately 250 visitors. This is an exciting and positively challenging role, giving you an opportunity to support some of the world&#8217;s leading scientists and students, within one of the most respected Universities in the world.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the HR Manager you will actively contribute to administrative function of the of the local employee lifecycle and recruitment processes. You will work closely with other members of the HR team to ensure efficient and timely payroll management for departmental staff. One of your main responsibilities will be to prepare and manage all NDCN Honorary and Visitor agreements. You will act as the first point of contact for employees, Principal Investigators and line managers for contract and general HR queries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have GCSE level English and Maths (A - C) or equivalent and previous experience of working in an HR team. You will have an awareness of data protection and information security guidelines. You should be able to demonstrate appropriate discretion when dealing with confidential information. Previous experience of providing a high level of customer service is essential as well as the ability to prioritise workload and produce accurate, detailed work within set deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time, fixed-term for 3 years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received by 12.00 midday on Monday 16th August 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date.</div> </div>

HR Policy and Communications Officer

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Grade and salary</strong> Grade 8 (&#163;41,526 - &#163;49,553); an appointment may be made at Grade 7 (&#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322) for a less experienced candidate with the duties adjusted accordingly</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This interesting role offers an excellent secondment opportunity for an internal candidate or a fixed-term contract for an external candidate wishing to broaden their experience of HR in a University setting. You will be part of the friendly and supportive HR Policy Team within the central University HR function. You will have three main areas of responsibility: support for major University committees, policy review and development, and the communication of new and revised policies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience in an HR role, giving you an awareness of the principles of HR and an interest in HR matters. You will have good analysis and problem-solving skills and excellent organisational skills. Your communication skills, both written and oral, will be excellent and you will handle confidential material and sensitive issues with discretion.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application process</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy should made online and as part of the application process you will be asked to upload your CV and a supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 16 August. Interviews will be held week commencing Monday 23 August or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Lecture Capture and AV Support Officer

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>As Lecture Capture and AV support officer, you will be part of the Educational Media Services team and you will be required to deliver and develop the institutional Lecture Capture service based in IT Services. You&#8217;ll bring previous experience in AV and IT support for both macOS and Windows, you will have experience with standard AV/IT equipment and also have demonstrable skills in digital media production.&#160; This role has specific responsibility for developing and widening the uptake of the University&#8217;s lecture recording service alongside the Service Manager. Excellent judgement and the ability to acquire quickly the technical knowledge necessary to assess and prioritise demands are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The officer will help configure the software to meet departmental user needs, advise on the client-server software and support departments with all related technical queries. You will also create and provide training sessions for the service to users, on both policy and technical issues, and develop training guides and support documents primarily for the support web site.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a busy role which will require you to work both independently and as part of a wider support team. You will often record events and be expected to communicate clearly, concisely and professionally with a range of people from across the University and ensure users of services are aware of relevant legislation and follow University policies. This includes GDPR, copyright, accessibility and equalities legislation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You would be expected to contribute to the strategy for the service, monitoring technologies, researching the implications for University AV/IT &amp; media provision and making recommendations for improvements. You will work with internal and external specialists, providing specialist input into the evaluation and the provision of services by suppliers, to ensure that the University gets the best out of its investments in teaching spaces and recording activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>While this is a full-time post, we also welcome applications from candidates who wish to work part-time (minimum 30 hours/0.8 FTE) and/or flexibly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 12.00 noon on Monday 16 August 2021. It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Thursday 26 August 2021</div> </div>

Library Assistant, Part Time, Term Time Only

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a friendly, customer-focused individual to run Library Services at the Department of Continuing Education on Monday to Thursday evenings and Sunday morning.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Continuing Education Library, one of the Bodleian Libraries, serves a diverse range of students including some with little or no prior library experience. Your main responsibilities will be helping readers make the most of the library, for example using the catalogue, accessing e-resources and using library facilities. You will also carry out stock management duties including shelving, processing new books, digitizing materials for reading lists and creating and checking (online) reading lists.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this role you will have a commitment to providing exceptional customer service. You will be the only member of staff working in the Library for part of the evening shifts and all of the Sunday morning shift and so it is essential that you are comfortable working on your own. Full training will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of working in a Library and/or using a Library Management System would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is term time only (there are 3 terms each of 11 weeks) and hours will be Monday-Thursday 17:00-19:30 and Sunday 09:15-13:45.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before midday on Monday 16 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs will not form part of the selection process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 31 August 2021.</div> </div>

Library Assistant, part-time, term time

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a friendly, customer-focused individual to run Library Services at the Department of Continuing Education on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Continuing Education Library, one of the Bodleian Libraries, serves a diverse range of students including some with little or no prior library experience. Your main responsibilities will be helping readers make the most of the library, for example using the catalogue, accessing e-resources and using library facilities. You will also carry out stock management duties including shelving, processing new books, digitizing materials for reading lists and creating and checking (online) reading lists.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this role you will have a commitment to exceptional customer service. During your shift you will be the only member of staff working in the Library and it is essential that you are comfortable working on your own. Full training will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of working in a Library and/or using a Library Management System would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is term time only (there are 3 terms each of 11 weeks) and hours will be Saturday 13:30-17:30 and Sunday 13:30-16:30.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before midday on Monday 16 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs will not form part of the selection process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 31 August 2021.</div> </div>

Library Assistant, part-time, term-time only

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £19,568 – £19,612 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Based within the Reader Services Team at the Bodleian Social Science Library, you will perform a range of essential front-line tasks in one of Oxford&#8217;s busiest lending and reference libraries. Key tasks will include assisting readers at the issue desk with a range of enquiries, checking taught course reading lists and re-shelving returned books. You will have a demonstrable commitment to providing excellent customer service. You will also have good IT and communication skills and be able to work as part of a team. Previous experience of working in a library or customer service role is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The expected working days of this post will include Friday evenings and Sundays in University Term Time (Weeks 0-9)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before midday on Monday 16 August can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs will not form part of the selection process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to take place on during the week commencing 6 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Assistant to join the body MRS group at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), working with Dr&#160;Valkovi&#269; who holds a prestigious &#8220;Sir Henry Dale Fellowship&#8221; funded by the Royal Society and the Wellcome Trust. This position is available immediately and is offered for 2 years in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal (funding available till 30 April 2026). The post-holder will develop cutting-edge methods for multi-nuclear (31P and 1H) cardiac spectroscopy, validate them and facilitate their roll out to clinical research in the department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will join a vibrant multidisciplinary research centre that employs magnetic resonance&#160;physicists, engineers, clinical researchers, and many others. The primary focus at OCMR is on cardiac applications under the overall leadership of Prof&#160;Stefan Neubauer (clinician with world-leading expertise in 31P methods) and Prof&#160;Damian Tyler (director of MR physics at OCMR). You will be expected to adapt existing and develop new cardiac MRS pulse sequences, optimize measurement parameters and design experimental protocols. As well as this you will Run simulations, scan phantoms and acquire in vivo data in healthy volunteers to validate the designed methods.</div><br> <div>A PhD in physics, chemistry or engineering (or in another subject that provides a solid grounding in MR physics) is essential and you will also need to show evidence of computer programming skills (ideally including C++ and Matlab). Practical experience using an in vivo MR system (ideally Siemens) would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), Level 0, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 16-Aug-21 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place in September.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in AI for Healthcare

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant in AI for Healthcare to join the CHI lab at the Department of Engineering Science, Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Headington Oxford).&#160; The post is funded by NIHR and is fixed-term for up to 12 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project is about creating novel AI models to provide intelligent decision support for patients who undergo organ transplants. The Oxford team has developed considerable expertise in machine learning for healthcare applications, and some of the world&#8217;s largest datasets of their kind are available for this project.&#160; A well-established pathway of translation exists at Oxford for the development of novel healthcare technologies, their evaluation in real healthcare systems, in collaboration with the Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust, and subsequent deployment in practice in collaboration with existing industrial partners.&#160; You will develop a suite of interpretable algorithms that predict post-transplant graft and patient survival, as well as patient outcomes if an organ offer is declined. &#160;You will also be responsible for literature review, data cleaning and analysis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a relevant PhD (or be near completion) in Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or conjugate subject and have a strong record of publication in the relevant literature.&#160; Good knowledge of machine learning algorithms and/or statistical methods is essential, as well as proven competence in programming methods and evidence of working well as part of a multidisciplinary research team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Tingting Zhu (email: tingting.zhu@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/">www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us</a>/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>Monday, 16 August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in CRISPR screening

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, self-motivated Postdoctoral Research Assistant to join our Genome Engineering Oxford centre, based at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will lead your own projects and you will be actively involved in establishing, developing and optimising gene editing techniques, as well as setting up, carrying out and analysing genome-wide (multiplex) CRISPR library screens. You will also be involved in other projects including the design, assembly and testing of CRISPR nucleases in cell culture systems, and when necessary provide guidance to junior members of the lab. Additionally, you will explore exciting and powerful new techniques such as PACE and/or equivalent directed evolution strategies to engineer and produce recombinant proteins with improved/desired characteristics, including DNA-modifying enzymes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder should have a PhD/Dphil in (molecular/synthetic) biology, bioinformatics, (bio)chemistry, genetics or a related subject. You should have experience with culturing and manipulation of cell lines and have in-depth knowledge of molecular biology techniques, especially cloning and PCR, as well as general biochemical and cell biology techniques. You should be able to work independently using your own initiative, and also as part of a team, to manage your workload effectively and meet deadlines. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to interact equally effectively with senior academic staff, researchers and support staff are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications from candidates who hold BSc/MSc degree will be considered, to be appointed as Research Assistant at Grade 6 with a salary range of&#160;&#163;29,176 - &#163;34,804&#160;p.a. with amended duties and responsibilities.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term appointment available for 2 years in the first instance. If you are interested in this role, and have the skills and experience we are looking for, please apply online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Monday 16 August 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in time-resolved molecular photochemical dynamics to work under the supervision of Professor Mark Brouard in the Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, for a period of up to 2 years in the first instance, possibly extendable for a further two years. The project is supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Grant EP/V026690/1, <em>Ultrafast Photochemical Dynamics in Complex Environments</em>, and is a collaboration between Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing FRS and Dr Tom Oliver (University of Bristol), Professors Helen Fielding and Graham Worth (UCL), Mark Brouard and Claire Vallance (University of Oxford), and Jon Marangos (Imperial College), and Dr Basile Curchod (Durham University). This post is one of four postdoc vacancies in experimental and computational ultrafast dynamics at leading UK universities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will undertake research developing new methods to use in gas phase femtosecond time-resolved photodissociation dynamics and applying them to lab-based experiments in Oxford and at facilities elsewhere. The role will be highly collaborative with colleagues and external project partners working in molecular photochemical dynamics. The successful candidate will lead the Oxford-based femtosecond pump-probe experiments and assisting with work at external facilities (including free electron lasers and synchrotrons).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Find out more about the research of the Brouard group at:</div><br> <div><em>https://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/people/mark-brouard#/</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold or be close to completion of a PhD in Chemistry or a related area, prior to taking up the appointment. The research requires experience in some or all of the following: some or all of the following: high vacuum systems, femtosecond lasers, molecular beams, charged particle imaging and ion optics, velocity-map imaging detection, and the associated simulation, data processing and modelling. The successful candidates will be expected to manage their own academic research and administrative activities, demonstrating the ability to coordinate multiple aspects of work in order to meet deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on <strong>Monday 16 August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford is a Bronze Athena SWAN holder and the Department of Chemistry is a Silver award holder. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Sustainable Polymer-Biopolymer Hybrid Materials

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817p.a - £40,320 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Sustainable Polymer-Biopolymer Hybrid Materials to work with Professor Charlotte Williams FRS and Professor Ben Davis FRS for a period of up to 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is part of the recently awarded Innovation Centre for Advanced Sustainable Technologies (iCAST) between Universities of Oxford, Bath, National Composites Centre and Centre for Process Intensification. The centre will work with a range of industry partners to deliver and translate sustainable materials, processes and products. This project focusses on the delivery of higher performance sustainable polymers and composites; it targets new thermoplastic elastomers, engineering plastics and/or resins. It capitalizes upon recent advances in polymerization catalysis, using bio-derived lactones, epoxides, anhydrides and carbon dioxide, to deliver polyesters/carbonates. It also takes advantage of recent discoveries in precision biopolymer post-translational modification. The objective is to increase both the sustainability and performance to the resulting materials by combining natural reinforcement chemistries from biopolymers, many of which can be reversibly triggered, with precision sustainable thermoplastics. A key goal will be to understand how to combine natural polymers with synthetic bio-based materials, using the methods of precision synthesis and chemical biology to investigate the chemical attachments between the natural and synthetic polymer chains.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have the opportunity to collaborate broadly within the iCAST team of researchers (industry scientists, academics, researchers in the Catapaults, other postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students). The successful candidate may be expected to lead a small-team of other researchers within the Williams and Davis research teams at Oxford. An interest and willingness to engage with researcher translation and with scientists and engineers working beyond Chemistry/Pharmology will be important.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Find out more about the Williams and Davis research groups at:</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><a rel="nofollow" href="http://cwilliams.chem.ox.ac.uk/home">The Williams Group</a></div><br> <div><a rel="nofollow" href="https://users.ox.ac.uk/~dplb0149/">The Davis Group</a></div><br> <div><a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.rfi.ac.uk">Rosalind Franklin Institue</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold a PhD in Sustainable Polymer-Biopolymer Hybrid Materials or a related area (or be close to completion) prior to taking up your appointment.&#160; The post-holder should have expertise in biopolymer chemistry and/or polymer synthesis. Experience of polymer characterization, including biopolymer characterization and/or materials thermal-mechanical characterisation is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of biopolymer post-translational modification, polymer thermal-mechanical characterisation, triggered polymer material property modification and/or polymer recycling are desirable. Key to this programme is a willingness and interest in working broadly with teams of researchers, from multiple disciplines and backgrounds, to deliver sustainable products.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be expected to manage your own academic research and administrative activities, this involves small scale project management, coordinating multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. You will also test hypothesis and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining hypothesis as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Department of Chemistry, Chemistry Research Laboratory, Mansfield Road, Oxford; the Department of Pharmacology, Mansfield Road, Oxford, and the Rosalind Franklin Institute, Harwell. This post is available from 1 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday, Monday 16 August 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department of Chemistry is a Silver Athena Swan Award award holder.&#160; Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Project Archivist, Collecting Covid project (Newly Qualified)

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>In this role you will participate in a collaborative project to document the University of Oxford's research response to the Covid-19 pandemic, ensuring that artefacts and documentary materials which can reveal the stories of world-leading research work undertaken by Oxford scientists are recorded and preserved to support future science education and research, and shared widely with public audiences both onsite and online. You will work with senior archivists at the Bodleian, and a dedicated Curator at the History of Science Museum, to scope collection development efforts, and to survey collections, liaising with departments across the University. You will also be responsible for accessioning and cataloguing resources intended for the Bodleian Libraries' collections, largely archive material and oral history recordings, for inclusion in our online catalogue Bodleian Archives &amp; Manuscripts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a STEM graduate, or someone able to demonstrate a genuine interest in STEM collections. You will hold a professionally recognised postgraduate qualification in archives management, digital curation, or a related subject, or equivalent experience. You will be conversant with professional standards for archives, possess strong analytical and data management skills. You will be a strong communicator, highly organised, and show good judgment in the planning and execution of cataloguing and scoping projects. You will enjoy working with a wide variety of subject matter, and developing solutions to the challenges you encounter.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more about the work of the Modern Archives &amp; Manuscripts team in which you&#8217;ll be based, see http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/archivesandmanuscripts/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Benefits include 38 days leave (including bank holidays and fixed closed days), training and development opportunities, access to travel and childcare schemes, free entry to colleges, discounted access to sporting facilities and a wide range of other staff discounts. For more details please see https://hr.admin.ox.ac.uk/staff-benefits. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time role for a fixed term of 24 months. The working pattern includes participation in rotas for evening and weekend duties. For full-time staff, this is currently one evening from 5pm to 7pm every three weeks and two Saturdays a year.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role involves lifting, carrying and moving collections material and library records from the Bookstacks to the work areas and using kick-stools, trolleys and lifts on a regular basis. It also involves some lone working underground, in the Bookstacks which contain low ceilings and confined space.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Owing to the nature of this post, the successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure Scotland check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the job description, and explain how you meet each one. CVs alone will not be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online by 12.00 midday (GMT) on Monday 16 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on Friday 3 September.</div> </div>

SQL Developer

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,527 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Research SQL Administrator or Developer to work with the Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes Research group (clininf.eu), led by Prof Simon de Lusignan, to manage, process and develop research data services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will take a lead role in the design, coding, testing and documentation of SQL queries and data import and export processes; they will provide training, technical advice, mentorship or coaching to colleagues, and manipulate large and complex relational databases, developing new scripts, views, stored procedures and other related database functionality to improve the performance, processing and management of this data. They will also work with large electronic health records systems, such as RCGP RSC, and both manage their own work and undertake collaborative projects with colleagues and external partners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have an expert knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server versions 2016 to 2019, experience of writing T-SQL and using various techniques to improve query performance, as well as experience in database administration and with using SSIS and/or .NET. You will be an effective team worker able to work both alone and as part of a team, with good communication skills and the ability to plan, implement and deliver substantial work packages and developments to live systems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria, please view the job description below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based at Eagle House, Walton Well Road, Oxford, OX2 6ED. The other department buildings are located nearby in the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter on Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is funded for two years in the first instance. Another SQL Administrator/Developer position is also available for 12 months in the first instance, and applicants will be considered for both posts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An appointment at Grade 7 (&#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322 p.a.) may be considered with an appropriate adjustment of responsibilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is&#160;<strong>12.00 midday on 16 August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held on <strong>24&#160;</strong><strong>August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Senior Manager - Therapy Acceleration Laboratory (TAL)

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you enjoy supporting clinical trials for maximum patient benefit to transform the testing and use of new therapies for patient benefit?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A new position as Senior Manager for the newly created TAL is available with an immediate start. The TAL is an exciting new venture to establish a state-of-the art laboratory to support national, and international, Phase I, proof-of-concept experimental medicine clinical trials, through to registrational Phase III, precision medicine clinical trials. The TAL will provide complex genetic, phenotypic and histological analyses of human patient samples.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>With the leadership skills, practical background and technical and management skills to make the TAL work efficiently and smoothly, you will lead the laboratory and operational TAL team. Under the guidance of the TAL Director, <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/people/paresh-vyas">Professor Paresh Vyas</a>, you will take responsibility for establishing the TAL, including recruitment and line management of staff and enabling the TAL to gain, and maintain appropriate accreditation and certification including ISO17025:2017 and CLIA, respectively. With appropriate IT support you will also lead efforts to implement a LIMS system.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a BSc Honours degree in the biological sciences and extensive biomedical laboratory experience. Extensive experience of working in and running ISO (and ideally CLIA) accredited testing laboratories, including writing and reviewing controlled documents, formal reports and leading non-conformity investigations and audits will be essential. You will have experience of method validation and performance monitoring in a clinical laboratory with an in-depth knowledge and experience of Health and Safety and HTA regulations and procedures in a laboratory environment, creating and maintaining SOPs and risk assessments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is available full-time (37.5 hours per week) for 3 years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is 12.00 midday on Monday 16 August 2021. &#160;Interviews will be held w/c 6 September 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Research Associate in Semantic Technology and Artificial Intelligence

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are pleased to announce the availability of two full-time Senior Research Associate positions in Semantic Technologies and Artificial Intelligence, available for up to 3 years. Researchers in all topics related to semantic technology will be considered, with a preference towards researchers working on knowledge graphs, stream reasoning, and in particular on integrating semantic technologies and machine learning. The successful candidates will work across several related research projects in these areas including ConCur (http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/isg/projects/ConCur/) , Oasis (http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/isg/projects/OASIS/) &#160;and UK Fires (http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/isg/projects/UK-Fires/).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The research team aims to push forward the capabilities of semantic technologies, examining a number of directions such as: the relationship between symbolic and sub-symbolic AI; knowledge graph technologies, including the (semi-) automation of knowledge graph construction and curation; distributed storage and reasoning; and stream reasoning. The team also works. on applications of semantic technology; for example in the UK Fires project we are using semantic technology to help identify the lowest risk path to achieving net zero emissions in the UK by 2050.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will join a world leading group with expertise in both the theory and practice of semantic technologies as recently recognised by best paper awards at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), and the International Conference on the Semantic Web (ISWC), and Test of Time awards at the International Conference on Knowledge Representation (KR) and the International Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE). The group also has strong ties with industry: we have ongoing projects funded by eBay, Samsung Research and Siemens, and we have a spin-out company (Oxford Semantic Technologies) successfully commercialising our RDFox Knowledge Graph system (https://www.oxfordsemantic.tech/).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>See http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/isg/krr&#160;for more information about the research group and our various research projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The primary selection criteria are a relevant PhD/DPhil with post-qualification research experience, in the broad area of artificial intelligence and semantic technologies. Experience in technologies such as Datalog, RDF, and OWL, and a background in theoretical computer science, would also be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Whilst the role is a grade 8 position, we would be willing to consider candidates with potential but less experience who are seeking a development opportunity, for which an initial appointment would be at grade 7 (&#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322 p.a.) with the responsibilities adjusted accordingly (for Grade 7, you would be expected to hold a doctoral degree in Computer Science OR be close to completion). This would be discussed with applicants at interview/appointment where appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a full time, fixed term contract for 3 years. All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>at 12 noon on 16 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in early September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html , as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Demonstrating a commitment to provide equality of opportunity. We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department. All applicants will be judged on merit, according to the selection criteria.</div> </div>

Senior Statistical Geneticist/ Computational Bioscientist

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly talented and motivated Senior Statistical Geneticist/ Computational Bioscientist to investigate genomic regulation of molecular and clinical traits in large populations and patients.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be primarily affiliated with the BDI (Director Prof Cecilia Lindgren) and WHG (Director Prof John Todd) and at the University of Oxford. You will take a leadership role to contribute statistical genetics and computational biology expertise within a multidisciplinary team. Carrying out leadership of QC and analysis of WES/WGS data in UK Biobank and other studies and generation of protocols and standards. You will ensure that very large-scale data sets available to the team, are maintained, accessible and with appropriate security.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a relevant PhD/DPhil with post-qualification research experience. You will need extensive demonstrable experience in generation and/or analysis of high-throughput genetic and genomic data and bioinformatics including manipulation and integration of large genetic and genomic data sets. It will be required that you have sufficient specialist knowledge to be able to work independently, to identify major challenges and obstacles to scientific objectives, and to set out strategies to overcome them. Excellent communication by both oral and written presentation skills is essential.</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 November 2023, and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152620</strong>&#160;on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 16 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Service Desk Team Leader

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford&#8217;s central IT Service Desk currently has an opportunity for a talented individual to join the team as a Service Desk Team Leader.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking candidates with a passion for developing the people within a team that provides support for the widening range of technology in use within this diverse workplace.&#160; In this role you will take responsibility for overseeing the day-to-day effectiveness of the service, ensuring that key service desk targets are met and coordinating resources across multiple channels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This large service desk team manages a broad spectrum of queries and requests from academics, students, staff and IT Support Officers across the University. The role is best suited to individuals who thrive on working as part of a close-knit team but are equally happy to work with autonomy, taking responsibility for their own workload and seeing things through to conclusion.&#160; We would like to hear from articulate communicators who possess the ability to translate technical explanations into customer-focussed language.&#160; You will need to demonstrate great people skills and the drive to always champion the customer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As one of two Service Desk Team Leaders you will be responsible for working closely with your fellow team leader to ensure the smooth running of the service through effective management of a team of Service Desk Analysts.&#160; Your time will be spent ensuring that the service runs efficiently and effectively; working to improve the knowledge and skills within the team; monitoring and improving the quality of support and liaising with service providers, projects and technical teams.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Monday 16 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are anticipated to take place on Tuesday&#160;31 August 2021.</div> </div>

Training and Diversity Facilitator

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) contains world-renowned population health research groups and with over 600 staff, is one of the largest departments in the Medical Sciences Division. The NDPH aim is to reduce premature death and disability from human disease.<br> <br>As the NDPH Training Facilitator you will be responsible for managing the Training and Development function of NDPH including identifying development needs and designing and implementing the effective delivery of training programmes. The Diversity Facilitator part of this role will involve coordinating and supporting the department&#8217;s Athena SWAN applications, aimed at improving career opportunities and promoting gender balance.</div><br> <div>To be considered for the role you will be educated to degree level or equivalent and have significant experience of working in a training role, as well as an in depth knowledge of equality and diversity issues.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time fixed term for two years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on 16th August 2021.</div> </div>

UK SPINE Knowledge Exchange Coordinator

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Fixed-term until 30 June 2022</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Research Services are seeking a highly motivated person to support the UK SPINE project and its multiple partners to collaborate and share knowledge to improve health in old age, by accelerating the development of new and affordable therapies which overcome the generic processes driving ageing and age related diseases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this diverse and interesting role, you will play a vital part in the implementing and supporting the plans for the UKSPINE supporting the KE Manager to develop, deliver and track of a wide variety of initiatives designed to facilitate and showcase the two-way exchange of knowledge between the UK SPINE and UKSPINE member/associate organisations, NHS commissioners, higher education, research funding organisations, charities, the NHS, government departments and industry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a key role in planning events, communications and general project management and administrative support that will enable the different partners work effectively together.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be a confident self-starter who, working as part of a team, will support the management of this complex and important programme</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To make informal enquiries about the post, please contact the Stuart Wilkinson (stuart.wilkinson@admin.ox.ac.uk) or Phil Clare (phil.clare@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications will be at 12.00 noon on Monday 16 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled to take place weeks commencing 6 and 13 September 2021.</div> </div>

UK SPINE Knowledge Exchange Manager

Closes: Aug. 16, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Fixed-term until 30 June 2022</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Research Services are seeking a highly motivated person to support the UK SPINE project and its multiple partners to collaborate and share knowledge to improve health in old age, by accelerating the development of new and affordable therapies which overcome the generic processes driving ageing and age related diseases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this diverse and interesting role, you will lead the development, delivery and implementation of a wide variety of initiatives designed to facilitate and showcase the two-way exchange of knowledge between the UK SPINE and UK SPINE member/associate organisations, NHS commissioners, higher education, research funding organisations, charities, the NHS, government departments and industry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a key role in ensuring the different partners work effectively together and be responsible for developing, delivering and providing project management for a variety of initiatives to facilitate and showcase the exchange of knowledge across UKSPINE, and taking a lead in evaluation of the programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be a confident self-starter, who is prepared to take to responsibility, as part of a team, for progressing this exciting project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To make informal enquiries about the post, please contact the Stuart Wilkinson (stuart.wilkinson@admin.ox.ac.uk) or Phil Clare (phil.clare@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 16 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled to take place during weeks commencing 6 and 13 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics

Closes: Aug. 17, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics to support the research and training activities of the Advanced Proteomics Facility at South Parks Road, Oxford. This role will provide expertise and advanced technology in mass spectrometry-based proteomics for the analysis of biological samples.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a PhD/DPhil, or be near completion of a PhD/DPhil in Biochemistry, Chemistry or other relevant subject, and should have experience in mass spectrometry and proteomics analysis of biological samples. &#160;You will be highly organised with methodical working practices and recording data, reporting results in agreed formats. Experience of the daily operation and maintenance of Thermofischer LC systems and mass spectrometers is essential.&#160; You will also have good written and verbal communication skills, including strong interpersonal skills to work in a team and efficiently with several research groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time fixed-term post is funded by the University of Oxford for up to 3 years in the first instance and is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s grade 7 scale. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired and will also be determined by the funding available.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the document below.&#160; You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Tuesday 17th August 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Assitant

Closes: Aug. 17, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 pa. pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>Candidates with a good degree in psychology are invited to apply for the post of Graduate Research Assistant at the Department of Experimental Psychology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will work closely with Dr Eleanor Leigh and Professor David Clark at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma based at The Old Rectory, Paradise Square. In particular, the post-holder will assist on a new pilot study that aims to gather preliminary information about training low intensity practitioners to deliver internet-delivered therapy for adolescent social anxiety disorder.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is part-time (15 hours/0.4 FTE) and funded until 31st March 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will assist in the arrangements for clinician training, prepare semi-structured and questionnaire materials to understand practitioners&#8217; experience of treatment and training, and undertake semi-structured interviews. The role will also involve data collection, entry and analysis, and provide support for manuscript preparation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a good degree in Psychology with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills to ensure effective engagement with young people and practitioners.&#160; Along with strong IT skills and knowledge of statistical analysis packages you will be able to work independently and collaboratively within a team, and manage own research and administrative activities. &#160;Prior experience of working in mental health settings and with young people with anxiety disorders is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on 17 August 2021.&#160; It is anticipated that interviews will be held on the 3rd September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please see the link below.&#160; Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Academic Editor – Electronic Enlightenment

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Bodleian Libraries are seeking an Academic Editor for Electronic Enlightenment (EE), the most wide-ranging online collection of edited correspondence of the early modern period, linking people across Europe and America in the long 18th century, including both archival and born-digital editions. You will play a leading role in developing strategy, being an advocate, encouraging fundraising applications, and forming new partnerships for EE, which will demonstrate Oxford University&#8217;s leadership in digital publishing of Enlightenment works. You will be part of Bodleian Libraries Scholarly Resources, the department that provides digital services for the students, researchers and staff of the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This new role is an opportunity to shape the future of EE, helping to develop and implement a new Bodleian strategy for the resource. You will also be the key academic advocate for EE, and represent EE, the Bodleian Libraries, and the University, to partners nationally and internationally. You will develop partnerships with libraries and researchers, including early career researchers and professionals. You will provide expert advice, coaching and training on EE to students, researchers and librarians. With an eye to the Bodleian&#8217;s overarching and commercial strategies, you will develop a content development strategy for EE. To implement this strategy, you will work with a new Content Editor to identify key areas for growth and potential partners, and to plan and coordinate the acquisition of new collections for EE. You will ensure EE is appropriately and professionally governed by chairing an advisory group, evaluating the EE collections&#8217; development strategy, and overseeing annual budget planning.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To succeed in this role, you will have a PhD in Enlightenment studies or a cognate discipline, and a track record of post-doctoral experience in a research or library role. You will be able to demonstrate your experience in developing and sustaining national and international partnerships as you will have strong communication, collaboration and networking skills, and you will be confident in engaging key stakeholders. You will have knowledge or experience of digital resources and metadata, and of scholarly literary or critical editing within Enlightenment or cognate studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is a part-time (0.2FTE) position and fixed term position for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as listed in the further particulars, and explain how you meet each one. CVs alone will not form part of the selection process. As part of the interview process, please submit some samples of your work in a suitable format, along with your application. These samples should provide evidence that you meet the essential criteria listed in the job description.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Wednesday 18 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on week commencing Monday 13 September 2021.</div> </div>

Building Maintenance Inspector

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the Role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Are you a natural problem-solver who enjoys variety in your working life? Do you have experience of working within the building construction, maintenance or facilities management industries? Would you like the opportunity to join a strong multi-disciplinary team, maintaining an estate which promotes world class research and education? If so, then the post of Buildings Maintenance Inspector at the University of Oxford Estates Services might be perfect for you!</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford Estates Services team maintains an estate of over 300 teaching, learning and research buildings, including some of the most iconic historic buildings within the United Kingdom. The team also manages the repairs and maintenance of the University&#8217;s 933 Graduate Accommodation units across the City, along with 140 commercially let domestic properties both within Oxford and in the surrounding villages.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Building on your existing strong communication skills, you will spend your time working within the buildings that we are responsible for, identifying building faults and finding appropriate solutions to those issues. You will need to understand both traditional and modern building construction techniques, and be confident in tracing the causes of faults such as water ingress, structural movement or infestation of buildings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>By working collaboratively with departments, and taking a proactive approach to liaising with and managing both contractors and building/site access and operation, you will help to deliver excellent customer service, which is flexible and adapts to the specific needs and sensitivities of building occupiers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About You</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Good organisational skills are critical to success in this role, and you will need to be able to demonstrate a track record of successfully managing your own time in order to deal with a varied workload and competing deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Existing knowledge of current health and safety legislation relating to construction sites, along with relevant British Standards, Building Regulaions and codes of practice will also be essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Training will be given in the appropriate database management tools that are used for our casework, but you will bring with you experience of using database software programmes in the monitoring of work progress will be beneficial.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Above all, you will need to demonstrate a confident can-do attitude, and the ability to work flexibly and adaptably to make sure that the team as a whole are able to provide the best possible service to our customers &#8211; no two days in this role are ever the same, and there is always something new to learn!</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Further Information:</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Some degree of flexibility is possible regarding precise working hours. Likewise a proportion of remote working from home may be possible. However, the role holder will need to be able to attend multiple site visits within and around the City of Oxford and in general will need to be in the City for a minimum of 2-3 days a week and available on site during standard operating hours.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will be required to work in a variety of situations, including occasionally from rooftops, scaffolds and confined spaces. Appropriate training will be provided for these types of work.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to apply for this job then please complete the application form and submit it, along with a supporting statement and CV, before the closing date at 12.00 noon on Wednesday 18 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please make sure that you refer to the information contained within the Job Description when completing your application, and show us how your key skills match those required by the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Clinical Trials Assistant

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: Salary in range £25,941 - £30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated Clinical Trials Assistant to provide support in all aspects of trial management for the phase I and IIa malaria (both UK and overseas), emerging pathogens and TB trials. This is a key role within the Clinical Trials Research Team ensuring smooth and effective running of operations, and providing day-to-day professional support for the unit and its collaborators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work on clinical trial applications and amendments for various bodies and partners including the MHRA and ethics committees. You will ensure that full approvals are in place for all trials and sites, and that deadlines are met. You will create and improve key trial documents, ensuring their accuracy and clarity, therefore excellent communication skills both written and verbally will be required. You will provide financial administration support, and undertake general office duties assisting in all aspects of the Team&#8217;s activities as appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to A-Level standard (or equivalent), with proven administration experience with excellent attention to detail, accuracy, and good numerical skills. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills, with previous skills working under pressure, with a demonstrable ability to prioritise and organise own workload to competing deadlines. It is essential that you are able to work as part of a team, and be able to work independently, using initiative to solve problems and make decisions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 2 years in the first instance and is funded by BRC.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 18 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152157</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Graduate School Support Officer (Graduate Studies)

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an experienced administrator and supervisor with strong organisational skills to join the Medical Sciences Graduate School in this varied and interesting role. This is a permanent full-time appointment, which is available immediately.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the Graduate School Support Officer (Graduate Studies), you will supervise the day-to-day work of a small team that processes applications for admission to graduate study in the medical sciences, as well as applications for the different stages of on-course progression for graduate students. You will support the smooth running of an annual funding competition, via which studentship funding from a variety of sources is awarded to the strongest applicants for graduate study. You will be part of a broader administrative support team for the Oxford-MRC Doctoral Training Partnership (MRC DTP) and you will provide general support across the Graduate School, organising events and maintaining online resources.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have the ability to work analytically and methodically, following established policies and documented processes. You will be equally effective working independently and proactively, and as a team member. You will demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and you will have the ability to exercise discretion and judgement when dealing with sensitive matters. You will bring to the role your own experiences of working in a relevant customer-focussed environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a key member of the Medical Sciences Graduate School team, the successful candidate in this role will have an excellent opportunity to enhance their understanding of University policies and procedures, and to contribute to process improvements. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact christopher.higham@medsci.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 18 August 2021, with interviews expected to take place shortly after.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Part time Instructor in Ancient Greek & Latin - Two Posts

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of Classics invite applications for two career development part time roles in Instructor in Ancient Greek and Latin. This role is designed as a two-year career development role (beginning on 1 October 2021) for individuals seeking a career in ancient language and general classics teaching, and research and encompasses a two-year part time development programme. Individuals will be appointed a mentor and will be expected to develop and maintain their own learning objectives throughout the programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Instructors are responsible for preparing and delivering ancient language teaching within the Faculty. This two-year programme is designed to provide training and development for individuals who are comparatively new to language teaching.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>You will hold a first degree in the relevant subject area, hold or be very close to completion of a doctorate in a related area, outstanding competence in both ancient languages and proven language teaching skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties and skills required are described in further detail in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online via www.recruit.ox.ac.uk and Vacancy ID 152105&#160;where the job description and access to the online recruitment system can also be found.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For your online application, you will be required to upload a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria, using examples of your skills and experience, your curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees, who may be contacted for references by the selection committee after shortlisting. For further details, please refer to the How to apply section of the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 18th August. Only applications received before this time can be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Shortlisting will take place later that week and interviews will be held online in early September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote Vacancy ID 152105 on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Contact Person: Clive Brown</div><br> <div>Contact Email: recruitment@classics.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Post-doctoral Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant position in the David Ray group within OCDEM on a highly prestigious Wellcome programme of research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This programme builds on recent discoveries from our group, which have identified the importance of biological timing mechanisms in the resolution of inflammation, and the development of co-morbidities in chronic inflammatory disease. We are now building an interdisciplinary team of exceptional early career scientists to move forward in this field, and make the next major discoveries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will join a well-resourced team with a track record of major discoveries and moving fellows into permanent academic positions. We have unique and innovative models, both in-vivo and in-vitro, which allow entirely new biological insights into circadian control of inflammation, and energy metabolism.&#160; We make extensive use of genomics approaches, combined with computational biology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We build on unique strengths coupling circadian biology and genomic science, and will use CRISPR, and genetic engineering approaches to investigate novel pathways regulating myeloid cell function. We can couple this genetic approach to chemical biology interventions, such as those we have recently pioneered to target circadian clock components.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Outputs: There is an expectation that the candidate will publish in high-impact journals, present at international meetings, drive project progression, and capitalise on the joint academic stakeholders at the Universities of Oxford, and Manchester. There is considerable scope to pursue exciting new biological pathways emerging from the discovery platforms.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have an interest in or experience of inflammation biology, energy metabolism, and circadian biology. Some experience of in-vivo physiology is desirable. A relevant PHD is essential, the post-holder will also be expected to have familiarity with statistical methods, previous publications and experience of presentations. The post-holder will generate and analyse novel, cell type targeted transgenic mice. They will also be expected to present work at national meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full-time and fixed-term for 1 year in the first instance, funded with a Wellcome Trust investigator award, which we will seek to renew with the possibility for extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position will be based at OCDEM, Churchill Hospital, Oxford. The post is funded by the Wellcome Trust.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote reference 152233 on all correspondence. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 18 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews will be held in the afternoon of 09 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher – Cultural Psychiatry & Health Inequalities

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7:£32,817-£40,322 (discretionary range to £44,045)

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint a postdoctoral researcher to support the development of research led by Professor Kam Bhui, on cultural psychiatry and health inequalities with a special focus on ethnicity and multimorbidity.&#160;&#160; &#160;&#160;The post is based at the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is for a fixed term (funded to 31 January 2023).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work closely with Professor Bhui to ensure timely and efficient preparation of research grants and support the statistical elements of delivery of team research.&#160; You will adapt existing, and develop new research methodologies, and the evolution of appropriate statistical models in secondary data and planning new data collection.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have or be close to the completion of a PhD in a relevant subject along with relevant experience and a strong interest and understanding of mental health research (we welcome applications from people with lived experience) and health inequalities (particularly engaging marginalised communities using creative methodology).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>With excellent communication skills, including team and partnership work, you will have demonstrable experience of research delivery, grant writing and publication.&#160;&#160;&#160; Experience of applying for NHS research governance, including applying for ethics and relevant site approvals would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement, a CV, and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 12.00 midday 18th August 2021</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Biomedical Imaging

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant to join the Biomedical Imaging research group at the Department of Engineering Science, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Headington, Oxford.&#160; The post is funded by CRUK and is fixed-term up to 31 March 2022.&#160; Though the position is full-time, part-time at 30 hours per week would be considered &#8211; please specify in your application</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The purpose of this project is to develop neural networks and visualisation tools to assist pathologists in their decision making. This will serve as a roadmap for the development of automated classifiers and visualisation techniques that can facilitate patient diagnosis and risk stratification in routine histopathology.&#160; You will be responsible for developing web-based visualisation apps for histopathological data, as well as deep learning algorithms for classification of large histopathological images.&#160; The specific research project requires expertise in modern methods for image segmentation and classification of large imaging data using convolutional neural networks</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a relevant first degree, together with relevant experience and have excellent programming skills (e.g. in Python, Java and C++).&#160; You should also have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings.&#160; Good experience in machine learning and software development is also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Heba Sailem (email: heba.sailem@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/">www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>Wednesday, 18 August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div> </div>

Senior Scientist in Rare Diseases & Structural Biology

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553, with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Senior Scientist to join the new Centre for Medicines Discovery at the University of Oxford. The successful candidate will initially join the group of Alex Bullock and contribute to existing drug discovery programmes, but will also be encouraged to secure future funding to establish their own independent research group catalysing the development of new medicines for rare diseases.</div><br> <div>Initially, your work will support an EU-funded project, &#8220;EUbOpen&#8221;, which involves 22 partners from academia and industry and will involve significant collaborative teamwork. EUbOpen aims to generate chemical inhibitors for druggable protein families, including ubiquitin ligases (E3s) and solute carriers (SLCs). E3s are newly identified targets for small molecule PROTACs that recruit proteins of interest for targeted protein degradation (see Nat Rev Drug Discov.18(12):949-963). The project involves multi-disciplinary work spanning structural, chemical and cellular biology and seeks applicants with an outstanding track record in one or more of these areas. You will help to shape research plans, conduct lab research and contribute to the supervision of a small team of staff and students.</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD and a strong postdoctoral track record in academia and/or industry in structural, chemical or cellular biology relevant to the post. You will contribute to regular project meetings so will need excellent communication and project management skills, as well as an aptitude for team leadership to mentor and inspire junior researchers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 April 2025, and is funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>151308</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 18 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Software Engineer

Closes: Aug. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Software Engineer will be part of the Digital Research team within Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services. The Digital Library supports and develops tools and services to further the teaching, learning, and research objectives of Bodleian Libraries and the wider University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Digital Research team develops a variety of tools and services, including our flagship platform for the delivery of digitised collections, Digital Bodleian, and a number of discovery tools that enable researchers to find and access the riches of the Bodleian&#8217;s Special Collections. The team utilises a number of technologies and standards including the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF), TEI, and EAD metadata standards.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants for this position must have a demonstrably strong technical background. Applicants with experience in cultural heritage institutions, arts and humanities, or digital humanities are especially welcome. A portfolio of past work, preferably published with commit histories on GitHub, should be provided with the application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed-term for 2-years, working 37.5 hours per week.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Wednesday 18 August 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place during the week commencing 6 September 2021.</div> </div>

Clinical Trial Database and Admin Assistant

Closes: Aug. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: Salary in range £25,941 - £30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Clinical Trial Database and Admin Assistant, to join the Jenner Institute.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working collaboratively with project managers, research clinicians and others you will be responsible for assisting the Jenner Institute clinical trials data management team in the configuration and day-to-day management of data collection, data management and data reporting systems for the Jenner Institute&#8217;s clinical trials. You will assist in the setting up new studies and providing appropriate user training and access. You will work closely with other members of the multi-disciplinary team in the preparation and collection of data in various Phase I/IIa Non-CTIMP and CTIMP studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to at least A-level or equivalent with high level of computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel; willingness to learn new skills and explore new technologies. Good verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to provide training to groups of mixed technical ability is required. Exceptional accuracy and attention to detail will be needed. The ability to prioritise work, solve problems independently and work to deadlines is essential. You will need a demonstrable understanding of the role of Data Management in contributing to the conduct of high-quality clinical trials.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 30 September 2022, and is funded by BRC. With reduced responsibilities this post can be offered at a Grade 4: &#163;22,417 - &#163;25,941</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152395</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 19 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Laboratory Technician

Closes: Aug. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Department of Physiology, Anatomy &amp; Genetics</strong></div><br> <div><strong>University of Oxford</strong></div><br> <div>Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Job Title: Laboratory Technician</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Salary Grade 5: 25,941 - &#163;30,942 per annum</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Full Time</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Fixed Term until 31st August 2022</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking to appoint a Research Technician to support the work of Professor Stephen Goodwin and his group at the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour on Mansfield Road.&#160;&#160; The Research Technician will have a demonstrable academic interest in the biological sciences and will carry out a range of tasks which will include general DNA manipulations and maintenance of drosophila stocks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for general DNA manipulations which include PCR and cloning, they will establish genetic recombinant drosophila lines and assist other members of the Goodwin group with fly work.&#160; The post holder will also participate in stock control and reagents ordering, maintain drosophila stocks and assist with the daily housekeeping of a busy laboratory.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a background in biological sciences, in particular molecular biology and genetics.&#160; You will have excellent organisational skills and be able to plan your time efficiently and effectively.&#160; You will be familiar with good laboratory techniques, practices and safety requirements.&#160; You will pay close attention to detail in your work and be able to solve or seek solutions to problems that may arise.&#160; Experience of working with drosophila would be an advantage but training will be provided for the right candidate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is funded until 31st August 2022 and will be based at the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour, Tinsley Building, Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TA.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be directed to Professor Stephen Goodwin&#160; Stephen.goodwin@dpag.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>midday on 19th August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally. &#8211; DPAG Statement of Inclusion</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Reinforcement Learning

Closes: Aug. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are pleased to announce an opening for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) in <strong>Reinforcement Learning</strong>. The aim of the project is to conduct basic research on the topic of <em>deep reinforcement learning</em>.&#160; Depending on the skills and preferences of the selected candidate, the research will focus on one of the following two areas.&#160; The first is <em>cooperative multi-agent reinforcement learning</em> in which teams of cooperative agents learn to coordinate their behaviour so as to maximize a shared team reward signal. The second is <em>Bayesian meta-reinforcement learning,</em> in which posterior beliefs are maintained to model epistemic uncertainty and planning and/or learning are performed in the space of such beliefs in order to derive optimal behaviour in the face of that uncertainty.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The primary selection criteria are a doctoral degree (or close to completion) in Computer Science or related discipline, together with relevant experience.&#160; Successful candidate must possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within established research programmes and have strong publication record in machine learning or closely related area.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and present the research group at the meetings. &#160;</div><br> <div>If you have any questions about the positions, please email Professor Shimon Whiteson (shimon.whiteson@cs.ox.ac.uk ).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is a full time fixed-term contract for 2 years.&#160; All applicants must complete an application form and submit a CV and supporting statement. Job shares will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for <strong>applications is 12 noon on 19 August 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html , as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Demonstrating a commitment to provide equality of opportunity. We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department. All applicants will be judged on merit, according to the selection criteria.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development

Closes: Aug. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development studies the global, long-term change in living conditions and humanity&#8217;s impact on the environment. Its mission is to understand and communicate the historical change up to the present moment and to study the most global problems today and the opportunities for the global future.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development is also the home of the research team of the open-access online publication Our World in Data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our World in Data covers a wide range of topics across many academic disciplines: global health, food provision, the growth and distribution of incomes, violence, rights, wars, culture, energy use, education, and humanity&#8217;s impact on the environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a Ph.D/D.Phil in a Social Sciences subject and previous experience studying causes, trends, and measures of technological change. They will also have sufficient specialist knowledge to work within other established research programmes in areas related to the future of technology such as health innovations, new information technologies, and artificial intelligence. Previous experience engaging in academic outreach and scientific writing for policymakers and the general public is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Postdoctoral Researcher, you will not only manage your own research but also review articles and data visualisations produced by other members of the team, as well as contributing ideas for new research projects. As a member of the team, you will have the opportunity to produce academic articles for publication in Our World in Data and in peer-reviewed academic journals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the vibrant intellectual culture within the Oxford Martin Programme on Global Development and Our World in Data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time position is fixed term for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars, including details of how to apply, can be obtained by following the link below. Applications for this vacancy should be made online and you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon BST on 19th August 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Apprentice Maintenance Engineer

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>This Vacancy is for 2 positions.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Maintenance Engineer in the Direct Labour Organisation, a section within Estates Services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Mechanical team are responsible for reactive repairs and planned maintenance routines on mechanical systems and plant throughout the University estate &#8211; c 350 buildings. As an apprentice maintenance engineer you will learn how to undertake work on HVAC &amp; refrigeration systems, boilers and controls by on site teaching from the DLO engineers and Mechanical Supervisor alongside training from Skills4Stem.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be part of a friendly, supportive and specialist team with a high level of customer focus, who take pride in the work they do.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The mechanical team are based in the DLO offices in South Parks Road and are required to carry out work across the University Estate &#8211; generally in Central Oxford. They also have a workshop at the Andrew Wiles building on the ROQ site.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of this role, you will undertake an Apprenticeship with Skills4Stem where you will complete a Level 3 Apprenticeship in Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineering.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For this apprenticeship, you will work at the Estates Services, Direct Labour Organisation department in 1a South Parks Road. &#160;As part of your apprenticeship, you will be required to attend virtual classroom sessions with Skills4Stem and receive practical course delivery on site in Oxford over a 24 month period.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In total, it will take 3 years to complete all elements of the apprenticeship, with support from the Department, University, and Skills4Stem throughout.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. For more information, please visit <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk">https://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be passionate about starting your career in mechanical repairs and maintenance and excited about the opportunity of becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford. You may be starting your career or you may be looking for a career change.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To complete the level 3 apprenticeship you will need to evidence passes at 9-4 or A*-C in GCSE Maths and English. If you did not achieve these grades, do not let that put you off from applying as you can study Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship giving you the equivalent qualifications needed. These qualifications are completed over 7 days. To help check that you have the potential to achieve these, Skills4Stem will ask you to complete a short initial assessment during the application process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There are also government residency requirements for Apprenticeship funding which the Training Provider will be able to advise on.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>What we offer</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our apprentices are never on their own, you will benefit from a supportive environment working in collaboration with the rest of our committed team. You will also be supported by the central apprenticeship team and you will join our growing network of apprentices within the university. You will have the opportunity to become an apprenticeship ambassador for the University and region.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We will provide you with a welcoming and inclusive workplace, offering support and development opportunities that will enable you to progress and do your best work. We recognise diversity as our strength, vital for innovation and creativity, and we aspire to build a truly diverse community, which values and respects every individual&#8217;s unique contribution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Over 80% of our apprentices continue with us in the role they have been trained for after their Apprenticeship and that is just the start of their career.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will receive 38 days&#8217; annual leave inclusive of Bank Holiday and fixed closure dates, discounted travel, an excellent contributory pension scheme, and student discount. You will also be part of the University&#8217;s annual apprenticeship awards.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Contact us and apply</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like further information or support in your application, please contact:</div><br> <ul><br> <li>Karen Brading, <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:karen.brading@admin.ox.ac.uk">karen.brading@admin.ox.ac.uk</a> (for queries about the role)</li><br> </ul><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Louise Wright &#8211; Skills4Stem in Milton Keynes &#8211; <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:louisewright@skills4stem.co.uk">louisewright@skills4stem.co.uk</a> (for queries about the apprenticeship course)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An assessment day to meet shortlisted candidates will be taking place on Friday 3 Sept 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>An assessment day will be taking place in our offices or a suitable venue depending on COVID-19 restrictions so if you have concerns about travel or accessibility please do not hesitate to contact us.</em></div> </div>

Apprentice Plumber

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Plumber in the Direct Labour Organisation, a section within Estates Services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The plumbing team are responsible for reactive repairs and planned maintenance routines on mechanical service installations throughout the University estate &#8211; c 350 buildings. As an apprentice plumber you will learn how to undertake work on, cold-water services, heating and domestic hot water services, sanitary installations and rainwater goods by on site teaching from the DLO plumbers and Plumbing Supervisor alongside training from Abingdon &amp; Witney College.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be part of a friendly, supportive and specialist team with a high level of customer focus, who take pride in the work they do.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The plumbing team are based in the DLO offices in South Parks Road and are required to carry out work across the University Estate &#8211; generally in Central Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of this role, you will complete a Level 3 Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technician Apprenticeship with Abingdon &amp; Witney College. As part of the programme gain a C&amp;G Level 3 Diploma in Plumbing and Domestic Heating.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For this apprenticeship, you will work at the Estates Services, Direct Labour Organisation department in 1a South Parks Rd. &#160;As part of your apprenticeship, you will be required to attend Abingdon &amp; Witney College in Bicester. &#160;During your apprenticeship, you will need to attend Abingdon &amp; Witney College in Bicester 1 day a week.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In total, it will take 3 years to complete all elements of the apprenticeship, with support from the Department, University, and College throughout.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. For more information, please visit: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk">https://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be passionate about starting your career in plumbing and excited about the opportunity of becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford. You may be starting your career or you may be looking for a career change.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To complete the level 3 apprenticeship you will need to evidence passes at 9-4 or A*-C in GCSE Maths and English. If you did not achieve these grades, do not let that put you off from applying as you can study Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship giving you the equivalent qualifications needed. These qualifications are completed over 7 days. To help check that you have the potential to achieve these, Abingdon &amp; Witney College will ask you to complete a short initial assessment during the application process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There are also government residency requirements for Apprenticeship funding which the Training Provider will be able to advise on.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>What we offer</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our apprentices are never on their own, you will benefit from a supportive environment working in collaboration with the rest of our committed team. You will also be supported by the central apprenticeship team and you will join our growing network of apprentices within the university. You will have the opportunity to become an apprenticeship ambassador for the University and region.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We will provide you with a welcoming and inclusive workplace, offering support and development opportunities that will enable you to progress and do your best work. We recognise diversity as our strength, vital for innovation and creativity, and we aspire to build a truly diverse community, which values and respects every individual&#8217;s unique contribution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Over 80% of our apprentices continue with us in the role they have been trained for after their Apprenticeship and that is just the start of their career.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will receive 38 days&#8217; annual leave inclusive of Bank Holiday and fixed closure dates, discounted travel, an excellent contributory pension scheme, and student discount. You will also be part of the University&#8217;s annual apprenticeship awards.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Contact us and apply</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like further information or support in your application, please contact:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; UAS Recruitment: recruitment@admin.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Tessa Williams &#8211; Abingdon &amp; Witney College &#8211; apprenticeships@abingdon-witney.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An assessment day to meet shortlisted candidates will be taking place on Friday 3 September 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>An assessment day will be taking place in our offices or a suitable venue depending on covid restrictions so if you have concerns about travel or accessibility please do not hesitate to contact us.</em></div> </div>

Apprentice Purchasing & Helpdesk Admin Assistant

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Purchasing &amp; Helpdesk Administrative Assistant in the Direct Labour Organisation, a section within Estates Services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The DLO &amp; Parks Admin team are responsible for carrying out all the admin tasks to ensure reactive repairs and planned maintenance work carried out by the DLO &amp; Parks tradesman is supported. This includes purchasing and associated finance activities, managing the Estates Helpdesk as well as more general administration tasks. As an apprentice Purchasing &amp; Helpdesk Administrative Assistant you will learn how to log, manage and respond to work requests via the Estates CAFM System Planon, and undertake purchasing process against those work requests. Your training will involve learning on the job by working alongside the Admin Team and the Business Administration and Customer Service Manager, as well as training from Abingdon &amp; Witney College.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be part of a friendly, supportive and specialist team with a high level of customer focus, who take pride in the work they do.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Admin team are based in the DLO offices in South Parks Road, as well as the Parks Tentorium off Parks Rd and you will spend time in both locations depending on training needs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of this role, you will undertake an Apprenticeship with Abingdon &amp; Witney College, where you will complete a Level 3 Business Administrator Apprenticeship.</div><br> <div>For this apprenticeship, you will work at the Estates Services, Direct Labour Organisation department in 1a South Parks Rd or at the Parks Tentorium off Parks Rd. &#160;As part of your apprenticeship, you will be required to attend Abingdon &amp; Witney College for 10 days over the course of the apprenticeship.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In total, it will take 18 months to complete all elements of the apprenticeship, with support from the Department, University, and College throughout.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. For more information, please visit**: https://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk**</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be passionate about starting your career in business administration and excited about the opportunity of becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford. You may be starting your career or you may be looking for a career change.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To complete the level 3 apprenticeship you will need to evidence passes at 9-4 or A*-C in GCSE Maths and English. If you did not achieve these grades, do not let that put you off from applying as you can study Functional Skills as part of the apprenticeship giving you the equivalent qualifications needed. These qualifications are completed over 7 days. To help check that you have the potential to achieve these, Abingdon &amp; Witney College will ask you to complete a short initial assessment during the application process.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There are also government residency requirements for Apprenticeship funding which the Training Provider will be able to advise on.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>What we offer</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our apprentices are never on their own, you will benefit from a supportive environment working in collaboration with the rest of our committed team. You will also be supported by the central apprenticeship team and you will join our growing network of apprentices within the university. You will have the opportunity to become an apprenticeship ambassador for the University and region.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We will provide you with a welcoming and inclusive workplace, offering support and development opportunities that will enable you to progress and do your best work. We recognise diversity as our strength, vital for innovation and creativity, and we aspire to build a truly diverse community, which values and respects every individual&#8217;s unique contribution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Over 80% of our apprentices continue with us in the role they have been trained for after their Apprenticeship and that is just the start of their career.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will receive 38 days&#8217; annual leave inclusive of Bank Holiday and fixed closure dates, discounted travel, an excellent contributory pension scheme, and student discount. You will also be part of the University&#8217;s annual apprenticeship awards.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Contact us and apply</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like further information or support in your application, please contact:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; UAS Recruitment: recruitment@admin.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Tessa Williams &#8211; Abingdon &amp; Witney College &#8211; apprenticeships@abingdon-witney.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this apprenticeship please review the attached job description and click the link below to apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An assessment day to meet shortlisted candidates will be taking place on Friday 3 September 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>An assessment day will be taking place in our offices or a suitable venue depending on covid restrictions so if you have concerns about travel or accessibility please do not hesitate to contact us.</em></div> </div>

Curator, Collecting COVID Project

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford has been a key player in the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the generous support of the E P A Cephalosporin Fund, an innovative project in contemporary collecting has been created to capture this major research effort. The History of Science Museum&#8217;s new Collecting COVID Curator is leading on this collaborative initiative with the Bodleian Libraries. Working with divisional colleagues &#8211; from the Medical Sciences and the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Divisions in particular &#8211; the project will ensure that the stories, artefacts and ephemera of the world-leading research work undertaken by Oxford scientists are recorded and preserved to support future science education and research, and shared widely with public audiences both onsite and online.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this exciting and fast-paced role, you will work with colleagues across the Museum, harnessing the unique storytelling potential of objects, 2D material, oral histories and multisensory experiences to provide a distinctive take on the latest developments in science, technology, and medicine. You will develop and deliver strategies to grow the representation of contemporary science in our collections, and ensure that HSM is at the forefront of thinking about the material culture of recent science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role demands a high level of self-motivation and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of people. You will be able to respond quickly to high-pressure needs and unexpected opportunities, and balance research, curatorial and interpretative work with routine and necessary administrative tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work in tandem with a parallel archivist role at the Bodleian Library and an oral historian, and will also collaborate and coordinate with collecting initiatives nationally and internationally. The role has the potential to transform local collecting, lead innovative partnerships and to develop and publish new research on the material culture of the COVID-19 pandemic.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role is two years fixed term.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.&#160;Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. HSM is committed to equality and valuing diversity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is&#160;<strong>12.00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021.</strong>&#160;Interviews are expected to take place on&#160;<strong>Thursday 09 September 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Chemical Engineering

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8 - £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Chemical Engineering to join our dynamic chemical engineering group at the Department of Engineering Science.&#160; The post is funded by the University of Oxford and is a fixed-term position for 5 years from the 1st September 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the teaching of our curriculum of undergraduate courses in chemical engineering, and for developing a programme of world-leading research which will complement our existing activity. &#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a high quality undergraduate degree in chemical engineering, and a PhD/DPhil in Chemical Engineering or a discipline closely related to our research activity. For details of our research, please see: https://eng.ox.ac.uk/chemical-and-process-engineering.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post would be ideal for an early career academic or researcher with a strong commitment to a longer term&#160; academic career in both teaching and research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Nick Hankins &#160;(nick.hankins@eng.ox.ac.uk) or &#160;to Professor Zhanfeng Cui (zhanfeng.cui@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>20th August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of your teaching experience in chemical engineering and related disciplines and your research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), a recent CV which includes key publications, &#160;and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.&#160;</div><br> <h1><em>Chemical engineering, undergraduate teaching, leading research, early career academic.</em></h1><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Engineering Science (Formula Student)

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8 £41,526 - £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Departmental Lecturer to join the Department of Engineering Science. The post is fixed term for a period of 4 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main teaching focus of this role is to lead the Department&#8217;s activity in the Formula Student competition. There will also be opportunities to contribute to other departmental teaching activities. The post is intended as a career development opportunity to enable someone to develop an independent research career, alongside the Formula Student activity. You will provide the academic lead for the department&#8217;s annual entry to the Formula Student competition, organise and supervise the students taking place in the competition, as well as engage in advanced research and other activities consistent with an early career development post in the department.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a PhD/DPhil with post qualification research experience at a higher level, including a strong publication record, the ability to develop and to lead a research group, and an aptitude and interest for teaching. The skills and experience to lead Oxford&#8217;s Formula Student team is essential.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to the Associate Head of Department (Teaching), Prof Thomas Adcock.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to take place on the 3rd September 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see</div><br> <div>www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on the 20th August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement, including a statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), a full CV, and a statement demonstrating how your skills and experience make you suitable for leading the Department&#8217;s Formula Student team. The application may be up to 8 pages in length.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in History of Science

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Spine point 1-3: £32,817 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a two-year fixed term Departmental Lectureship in History of Science, tenable from 1 October 2021. The purpose of this part time (0.5FTE) post is to cover the History Faculty&#8217;s teaching needs while Professor Howard Hotson serves as Director for Digital Scholarship @ Oxford (DISC) from 1 October 2021 until 30 September 2023.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have research and teaching interests in the history of early modern science, broadly defined. At the undergraduate level you will be responsible for teaching classes and tutorials for Special Subject 14, &#8216;The Scientific Movement of the Seventeenth Century; providing lectures, classes and tutorials for Optional Subject 7, &#8216;Nature and Art in the Renaissance&#8217;; and providing lectures, classes and tutorials for the European and World History Theme Paper &#8216;Global Networks of Innovation, 1000-1700&#8217;. You will be asked to convene the Optional Subject paper in the second year. At postgraduate level you will contribute four classes to the Advanced Paper on &#8216;The Scientific Revolution&#8217; which forms part of the MSc/MPhil in History of Science, Medicine and Technology.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, from disabled people and from people of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in academic posts at Oxford.&#160; The successful applicant will contribute to an academic community that places the highest value on rigorous inquiry and encourages a range of perspectives, experiences, and ideas to inform and stimulate intellectual challenge, engagement, and exchange.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be assigned a mentor, who will be a senior member of the History Faculty. In addition, the History Faculty provides support for early career and other researchers, including assistance in the preparation and submission of grant and fellowship applications through the Faculty Research Director and Research Development Officer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be required to&#160;have a completed doctorate in a relevant field, or evidence that a doctorate is close to completion.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is fixed term for two years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Professor Robert Iliffe (robert.iliffe@history.ox.ac.uk) using the email address below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this post must be made online. To apply, and for more details, please click on the links below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is&#160;<strong>12.00 noon on Friday 20th August 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in the History of Science

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a three-year fixed term Departmental Lectureship in History of Science, tenable from 1 October 2021. The purpose of this full-time post is to cover the History Faculty&#8217;s teaching needs while Professor Rob Iliffe serves as History Faculty Board Chair.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to gain valuable teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to join the thriving community working in the history of science, medicine and technology. Although this is primarily a teaching role, you will also conduct independent research and play an active role in the Faculty and College community.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have research and teaching interests in any area of the history of science, the ability to inspire and enthuse students, and the capacity to organise your teaching and research duties effectively.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have research and teaching interests in the history of science, broadly defined, with particular interest in history of life sciences. At the undergraduate level you will be responsible for teaching classes and tutorials for Supplementary Subject &#8216;The History of Science 1500-1900&#8217; and Further Subject &#8216;The Authority of Nature: Race, Heredity, Crime 1780-1940&#8217;.&#160; You will be asked to convene and teach MSc and MPhil students in classes and tutorials in the Advanced Paper &#8216;Evolution and Society, 1800-1950&#8217;;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, from disabled people and from people of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in academic posts at Oxford.&#160; The successful applicant will contribute to an academic community that places the highest value on rigorous inquiry and encourages a range of perspectives, experiences, and ideas to inform and stimulate intellectual challenge, engagement, and exchange.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be assigned a mentor, who will be a senior member of the History Faculty. In addition, the History Faculty provides support for early career and other researchers, including assistance in the preparation and submission of grant and fellowship applications through the Faculty Research Director and Research Development Officer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will be required to&#160;have a completed doctorate in a relevant field, or evidence that a doctorate is close to completion.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is fixed term for three years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Professor Robert Iliffe (robert.iliffe@history.ox.ac.uk) using the email address below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this post must be made online. To apply, and for more details, please click on the links below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Friday 20th August 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Graduate Admissions Officer

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual to join the Graduate Admissions and Recruitment (GAR) team. This is an exciting new opportunity within the Operations team in GAR.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will be responsible for supporting, training and sharing expertise through the creation of a network for graduate admissions administrators across the University. This will include recommending, implementing and supporting channels of communication, identifying improvement opportunities and creating a vision for collaborative working across the many departments and colleges to build a community of best practice.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will also undertake activities related to the processing of applications and enquiries, particularly during the peak periods around the main application deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must be received by 12.00&#160;noon on Friday 20 August. Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 9 September 2021.</div> </div>

Mental Health Researcher

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Mental Health Researcher within the Health Behaviours team (<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.phc.ox.ac.uk/research/research-themes/healthbehaviours-theme/health-behaviours">https://www.phc.ox.ac.uk/research/research-themes/healthbehaviours-theme/health-behaviours</a>) as part of a programme of work funded by the NIHR Oxford and Thames Valley Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.arc-oxtv.nihr.ac.uk/">https://www.arc-oxtv.nihr.ac.uk/</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be working on interventions to support weight management and will be expected to open up new fields of research, adapting existing interventions to the needs of groups who could miss out on the benefits of whole population approaches, particularly those with mental illness. There will also be opportunities to engage with research projects in the wider team including systematic reviews, experimental research and clinical trials. We expect and will support the post holder to develop plans and grant applications for external funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a relevant PhD or DPhil, or be close to completion of one, with a strong knowledge of mental health research and experience of qualitative and quantitative research. You will be able to plan and manage your own work, as well as being able to work in a team, have excellent communication skills and be willing to occasionally travel to various locations within the UK, working in clinical settings with patients.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is funded for three years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on 20 August. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on 31 August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For further information and to apply for the post, please view the job description and selection criteria below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Neonatal complications of COVID-19 study Data Manager

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The &#8216;Neonatal Complications of COVID-19 Study&#8217; was established rapidly at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK. The study is designed to undertake national surveillance of: (i) newborn babies who are infected with Coronavirus and require hospital care; and (ii) babies born to mothers infected by Coronavirus where the baby is admitted for neonatal care. The study is being carried out using the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU) (https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/work-we-do/bpsu). The study works in synergy with the UK Obstetric Surveillance System (UKOSS) study of coronavirus disease in pregnancy.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Data Manager you will run the on-going study working closely with the study chief investigators to ensure that: the on-going data collection continues; data are cross-checked with UKOSS; the data systems are maintained to the highest level of integrity at all times; liaise with data providers; and to assist in the continuous development of efficient administrative and data management systems to ensure prompt and accurate processing of the study data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for the Data Manager role you will have knowledge of data management principles, ability to set up and maintain an effective study data management system and experience in using the Open Clinica data entry system. Additionally you will have experience of working on surveillance studies or other health care research, strong IT skills and experience with a good telephone manner.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a part-time position (60-80%FTE) and fixed term for 1 year.&#160; The closing date for applications is noon on 20th August 2021.</div> </div>

Peer Support Trainer

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum, pro-rata (£17.29 - £22.59 per hour)

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint a number of variable hours Peer Support Trainers who will each work a minimum of one day per week, 24 weeks term-time across the year. The&#160;Peer Support Trainers will work together with the Peer Support Programme Manager and the Peer Support Programme Team to provide training and supervision in accordance with the guidelines of the Peer Support Programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of working in mental health and/or clinically in counselling, psychotherapy, counselling psychology or clinical psychology and experience of delivering training, therapeutic groups or psychoeducational workshops. You will have the ability to take an active part in the educational and developmental role of the Programme and in particular to be able to make complex theoretical concepts accessible to a student audience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Training and supervision is delivered by a team who are all counsellors, psychotherapists or psychologists, and is led by Dr Tim Knowlson, Peer Support Programme Manager.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Peer Support Training consists of 8 three-hour sessions and continues through regular supervision after the structured training has ended. Skills learned through training include being a good listener, helping others to feel more comfortable with social, academic and personal relationships and managing and communicating about sensitive issues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The supporting statement should demonstrate explicitly how you meet the selection criteria for this post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 20th August 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 9 September 2021.</div> </div>

Post-doctoral Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with discretionary range to £44,045) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages is seeking to appoint a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow who will play a key role in supporting the PI and Co-I in bringing about this ambitious programme. The successful candidate will be encouraged to devise their own independent research project on Kafka, or a related topic in Modernism Studies, as part of the funding application and will be supported in drawing up other applications for follow-on postdoctoral funding.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The project</strong></div><br> <div>The centenary of Kafka&#8217;s death in 2024 provides a unique opportunity for Oxford to showcase its role as custodian of Kafka&#8217;s manuscripts (the majority of which are held at the Bodleian Library) and his global legacy. The centenary will be marked by a major exhibition at the Weston Library, &#8216;Kafka Global&#8217;, which will in turn be accompanied by an ambitious academic and cultural programme. Organised by the Oxford Kafka Research Centre (OKRC) in collaboration with the German Literary Archive Marbach and the National Library of Israel, &#8216;Kafka Global&#8217; will define Kafka studies for the next generation. The first stage of this project, funded by the John Fell Fund, will involve preparatory work for the exhibition as well as two academic workshops in the academic year 2021-22, which will feed into a major grant application related to Kafka&#8217;s global cultural legacy, coordinated by the Principal Investigator (Professor Carolin Duttlinger) and Co-Investigator (Professor Barry Murnane) (to be submitted in summer 2022). The first workshop will be dedicated to planning the academic programme of the grant application; this will include refining the overarching academic theme (Kafka Global: Life, Death, and Afterlife) and the associated narrative. The second workshop will involve practitioners from theatre, film, dance, literature, and the visual arts, who will help to define the scope and themes of the cultural programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must possess: Fluency to native- or near-native-speaker level in German and an excellent understanding of English; ability to manage their own academic research and associated activities; previous experience of contributing to academic publications/presentations in English or German; excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the project at meetings in English and/or German. Applicants must have obtained a PhD in German Studies or a related area, or must have a submitted their doctoral thesis in this area by 1 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Additional information and details about how to apply are included in the further particulars which are available below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please note that the University of Oxford's retirement policy is changing. With effect from October 1 2017, all employees at Grade 8 and above will have a retirement age of 68, and all employees at Grades 6 and 7 will no longer have a set retirement age. Further details are available at: www.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs/preemploymentscreening</div> </div>

Post-doctoral Research Fellow (PDRF) in Environmental Law

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Fellow who will work as part of the CO2RE, a new multi-centre, multi-disciplinary research hub, focused on the emerging topic of greenhouse gas removal (GGR). The role is to formulate, construct and test a framework of analysis for the legal and ethical implications of GGR projects and other mitigation actions through writing both academic and non-academic papers and engaging with relevant market, public and private sector stakeholders. The postholder will report to Dr Sanja Bogojevi&#263; &#160;but be part of a wider team of academic researchers who are working on the governance, legal and ethical factors, as part of the overall project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will manage their own academic research and administrative activities;. adapt existing and develop new research methodologies and materials for comparative evaluation of GGR projects, focusing on governance and legal aspects of GGRs; prepare working theories and analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources and collaborate in the preparation of research publications in high quality international academic journals together with other academics and members of the team, as well as translate methodology and findings into non-technical briefing papers for presentations to financial sector, government and other stakeholder groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The applicant should hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil in Law; have knowledge &#160;of and research on the interaction of legal and regulatory regimes as they relate to GGRs; demonstrable ability to clearly and effectively interpret, explain, present and communicate research results to different audiences (including academics, policy makers, practitioners and other non-experts); have experience of writing to a high academic standard and a growing body of publications (either co-authored or sole authored) in high quality journals; excellent project management skills and the ability to work independently and manage their own academic research. Training or qualifications in environmental science is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time although part time hours will be considered, fixed term for 12 months and will be based at the Law Faculty, St Cross Building, St Cross Road, Oxford, OX1 3UL.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on 20 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates should arrange for <strong>1 or 2 items of written work</strong> (in total 6,000-10,000 words), published or unpublished to be sent in a single email to recruitment@law.ox.ac.uk by the closing date.&#160; Shortlisted applicants will be asked to arrange for three references to be submitted before the interviews take place.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held in early September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in machine learning and citizen science

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 £32,817- £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in machine learning and citizen science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially fixed-term until 31 July 2023</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project will build on work by the Zooniverse team in developing methods combining machine learning and citizen science, focusing on the potential of anomaly detection and serendipitous discovery. Example projects in astrophysics (particularly galaxy morphology and/or exoplanet discovery), protein structure (in collaboration with the Rosalind Franklin Institute) and bioacoustics for monitoring the health of ecosystems (in collaboration with UCL and WWF) provide a rich set of problems to address. The project provides an interesting opportunity for anyone with a desire to lead an attack on interesting machine learning problems in the context of real-world scientific problems. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be responsible for working with the project team to develop, test, deploy and evaluate suitable machine learning responses to the problems at hand, including data from citizen science projects where appropriate.&#160; They will lead on publications describing the methodology, and carry out their own research using the results in one or more? of the project domains. They will also work with the Zooniverse platform development team to develop the appropriate infrastructure. &#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or be very close to obtaining a doctorate in a relevant field and ideally have a strong background in either one of the scientific domains (observational astrophysics, cryo electron tomography or ecology) or in machine learning.&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience or a demonstrated interest in citizen science, &#8216;human in the loop&#8217; machine learning or anomaly detection&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; will be an advantage.</div><br> <div>Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to think creatively and work collaboratively. The panel will also assess efforts in service of community scholarship, any track record of collaborating with groups which are underrepresented in our fields, and a demonstrated commitment to diversity.</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Prof Chris Lintott <a rel="nofollow" href="http://chris.lintott@physics.ox.ac.uk">chris.lintott@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday 20 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a brief statement of research interests, CV.&#160; You must also ask your two referees to send your references to &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://Leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk">Leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk</a> before the closing date</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Molecular Analysis of Bacterial Protein Transport and Gliding Motility

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a talented Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the group of Prof Ben Berks to study the recently discovered bacterial Type 9 Secretion System and linked gliding motility apparatus. This project builds on our identification and structural analysis of the Type 9 protein translocon (<em>Nature</em> (2018) <strong>564:</strong> 77) and of the transport/gliding motor (<em>Nat Microbiol</em> (2021) <strong>6:</strong> 221). You will be required to carry out protein biochemical, cell biological, and live cell fluorescence imaging experiments. Associated structural analysis of the proteins by cryo-electron microscopy will be undertaken via collaboration with other workers in the group.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a PhD/DPhil, or be near completion of a PhD/DPhil, in Biochemistry, Molecular Microbiology, or related discipline. You must have substantive expertise in protein purification, protein characterization, and recombinant DNA techniques. Experience of working with membrane proteins, expertise in bacterial genetics and/or cell biology, and expertise in quantitative fluorescence microscopy and image analysis would all be advantageous. You will be highly organised with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team and have good communication skills. A good publication record is expected, taking career stage into account.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time fixed-term post is funded for up to 3 years in the first instance. The position is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford and will involve a collaboration with the group of Susan Lea (Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford, and Centre for Structural Biology, National Cancer Institute, Frederick).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s Grade 7 scale, for which the salary range is &#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322 per annum. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired and will also be determined by the funding available.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the document below.&#160; You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Friday 20th August 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held on as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Project Manager

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (discretionary range up to £44,045)

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Vaccine Group, part of the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Oxford, is looking to recruit a Project Manager to support UK clinical trials. The Project Manager will provide overall management of clinical trial set up and delivery ensuring that all activities are on target with regards timelines, budgets and quality.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Oxford Vaccine Group is part of a UKCRC registered clinical trial unit and is a centre for excellence for clinical trials of vaccines for the adult and paediatric population. Based at the Churchill Hospital we conduct studies aimed at reducing the worldwide toll of deaths and disabilities from major infectious diseases.&#160; With an embedded laboratory team and multiple collaborators across the world we are involved in the development and improvement of vaccines from early-stage preclinical work to late-stage post licensure studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate must be educated to degree level (or equivalent) in a life science or health-related subject with a current working knowledge of GDPR, GCP, HTA, Research Governance and other key regulatory areas and ethical frameworks. You will have experience of project management in a clinical environment, including applications to regulatory authorities within the UK. This role requires a person with strong organisational skills, experience in managing many complex projects and the ability to work with team members and collaborators at all levels. Previous clinical experience would be beneficial. For further details regarding the role, please see the job description via the below link.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Emma Plested using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time for 1 year in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Friday 20 August 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Research Associate

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated, proactive Postdoctoral Researcher to join the Translational Neuropsychology Group in the Department of Experimental Psychology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a 1-year position funded by a Priority Programme Award to Prof Demeyere, entitled &#8220;Long-term psychological consequences of stroke: prevalence, mechanisms, trajectories and impact&#8221; (OX-CHRONIC).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role will involve designing, conducting, analysing and disseminating research aimed at understanding the nature and impact of cognitive and psychological changes in chronic stroke patients. This core study, OX-CHRONIC, also employs a research assistant and coordinator, and is managed through an extended management group, with oversight from an independent steering committee.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have the opportunity to work independently within a team of researchers focussed on understanding long-term post-stroke trajectories, and to use a range of behavioural, neuroimaging and statistical methods, such as large-scale data analysis. The post also offers opportunities for career development, including co-supervision of PhD and undergraduate student projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time, fixed term for 12 months, starting no later than 1st October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold (or be near to completion of) a PhD in a relevant discipline and familiarity with neuropsychology research in NHS stroke settings and Research Governance with experience of NHS ethics.&#160; You will need strong data management skills and experience with longitudinal data analysis and a knowledge of the application of advanced statistical approaches in the analysis of large complex data sets.&#160;&#160; The ability to independently manage a research project is also vital for this role, as are excellent communication and organisation skills, and&#160;a collaborative outlook, including a willingness to help other lab members on ongoing projects, and help foster good communication within the lab.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates are invited to apply from a range of backgrounds, including neuropsychology, epidemiology, health sciences, big data sciences etc. Candidates are expected to have an excellent track record for their stage of career and either have methods or topical experience in line with the project goals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on 20th August 2021 and it is anticipated that interviews will be held on 31st August.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Senior Financial Analyst

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>This exciting role represents an exceptional opportunity for a professionally qualified accountant to be involved in the financial management and strategic work performed by the central FP&amp;A team at the University of Oxford. The FP&amp;A team is part of the Finance Division and works closely with all Academic and non-Academic Divisions as well as other central strategic planning teams to provide support to the senior committees of the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is uniquely positioned to plan and co-ordinate management accounting, budgeting, forecasting and strategic planning and analysis across the University and so the successful candidate will have proven experience of working in a financial management or strategic role in large organisation. You will have highly developed communication and influencing skills and will enjoy the challenge of implementing change in a complex environment. Advanced Excel skills and understanding of Finance systems and processes are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications made online will be accepted. You will be required to upload a supporting statement describing how you meet the essential criteria of the role, CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Finance Division employs approximately 200 staff, most of whom are based at Hythe Bridge Street, just a short walk into central Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about the role please contact Jane Bardell (<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:jane.bardell@admin.ox.ac.uk">jane.bardell@admin.ox.ac.uk</a>)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on <strong>Friday 20 August 2021</strong> can be considered.&#160;&#160;Interviews are anticipated to be held during week commencing <strong>Monday 6 September 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Senior Research Data Manager

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £35,845 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Primary Care Epidemiology Group at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care is looking for a maternity cover for a Senior Research Data Manager to work alongside a team of clinicians, programmers, epidemiologists, researchers and data scientists to undertake novel research to improve the early diagnosis, prevention and management of various diseases and medical conditions including COVID-19. This post holder will work at the interface between epidemiology, medical statistics, data science and clinical medicine. They will enable high impact original quantitative research using very large primary care databases of electronic health records linked to hospital, mortality and cancer registry data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking an experienced senior data manager to facilitate access to the QResearch database for research projects. The post holder will capture requirements, manage, transform and curation of electronic health record in readiness for large scale data analytics and modelling. In addition, the post-holder will generate written documentation such as reports to funders and internal policies/guidance documents. The post-holder will be based within the Primary Care Epidemiology Research Group, reporting to Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox. The post holder will work closely with a wider team of programmers, clinicians, clinical researchers and administrator in multiple departments within the Medical Sciences Division.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have an undergraduate qualification or equivalent in a scientific or health related field; experience of data management e.g. data processing, data cleaning, data manipulation and a high level of attention to detail in order to deal with and process large complex datasets. As the team expands, the post holder will provide guidance to other members of the research group including research assistants, PhD students, and/or project volunteers and users of the QResearch database. This position is a maternity cover and limited to 12 months.</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is funded by the CRUK Oxford, Innovate UK, BRC and NIHR and is anticipated to shortly after the 1st of August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>noon on Friday 20th August 2021</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on week commencing 6th September 2021</div><br> <div>Potential applicants who would like to discuss the post are welcome to contact Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox via email at:&#160;<strong>julia.hippisley-cox@phc.ox.ac.uk</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Student Funding Manager (Finance)

Closes: Aug. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>This is an excellent opportunity to take up a key post which supports student funding work across the collegiate University. The provision of scholarships for graduate students is an area of crucial importance for the University, ensuring that talented people can undertake their studies regardless of their financial circumstances. The Student Fees and Funding (SFF) office assists in this by managing scholarship programmes and supporting other scholarship providers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a varied role, with a mixture of financial and administrative elements. On the finance side, you will lead on the planning and implementation of core financial processes (such as paying our students, or claiming money from our partners), and will work on improvements to our broader financial administration. You will line manage one of our Student Funding Officers and assist with the coordination of our scholarship team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also manage your own portfolio of graduate scholarships, including running selection processes, liaising with partners who fund our scholarships, and supporting the scholarship-holders once they are on course. The portfolio&#8217;s breadth means you will work on a wide range of scholarships, from nationwide scholarships (e.g. the Chevening Scholarships) to scholarships focused on a single academic department or college.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this role you will need to be innovative, well-organised, meticulous, and able to establish good working relationships with students, colleagues and external contacts at all levels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will draw on your numeracy and IT skills, pro-actively improving the administration of your scholarships and enabling them to keep on making a positive difference to our students&#8217; lives.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, permanent post. The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 20 August 2021 with interviews expected to be held in the week commencing Monday 6 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>While finance experience is desirable, we welcome applications from candidates with strong transferrable skills. Our team has a well-established track record in training non-specialists in the financial aspects of our work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For further information on this role (or to arrange an informal discussion about the role) please contact aadadminsupport@admin.ox.ac.uk.</div> </div>

Director of Medical Ethics and Law Education

Closes: Aug. 21, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Based within NDPH, The Ethox Centre is an internationally recognised multidisciplinary bioethics research centre and is a vibrant and intellectually exciting place to work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The provision of high-quality innovative teaching in ethics and law to Oxford medical students has been a core priority of the Ethox Centre for more than 20 years. In this exciting role you will be responsible for the oversight and provision of ethics and law teaching to Oxford medical students. You will also manage your own specialist grant funded ethics research projects, including the operational management of the researchers on those grants. This will involve setting clear task objectives, developing productive working relations and line-managing other members of the team.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this post you will hold a relevant PhD, together with post qualification experience, experience of high-quality teaching and assessment in ethics and law to medical students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and experience of curriculum design or re-design. You will also have an established (inter)national reputation and publication record in medical ethics and extensive experience of conducting research in clinical ethics, research ethics, global health ethics, or population health ethics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to Prof Michael Parker (michael.parker@ethox.ox.ac.uk).&#160;For more information about the Ethox Centre please visit http://www.ethox.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 3 years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on 12th August 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Phonetics and Phonology

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics is seeking to appoint a Departmental Lecturer to assume teaching, examining and research responsibilities in Phonetics and Phonology.&#160;Teaching responsibilities will be at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and at the graduate level there will be a particular emphasis on Phonology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time fixed-term post for two years, from 1 October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.&#160;The post may be renewed for a further year to 30 September 2024.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold, or have completed all the requirements for, a PhD/DPhil in Phonetics or Phonology. You will have a research record appropriate to your career stage along with aptitude for, and experience of, teaching, and a willingness and ability to take on some administrative tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon (GMT) on <strong>Monday 23 August 2021</strong>. Interviews will be held on&#160;<strong>Friday 10 September 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in South Asian Studies

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Departmental Lecturer in Modern</strong> <strong>South Asian Studies</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA)</strong></div><br> <div>Location:&#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160;12 Bevington Road, Oxford OX2 6LH</div><br> <div>Salary and Grade: &#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Grade 7, salary on the scale within the range &#163;32,817 to &#163;40,322 p.a.</div><br> <div>Details:&#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; Full time / 37.5 hours per week, 12 months from 1 October 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for the position of Departmental Lecturer in South Asian Studies which is available from 1 October 2021 for 12 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Based in the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA) you will engage in research-led lecturing, teaching and supervision of graduate students on the MSc and MPhil programmes in Modern South Asian Studies.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will contribute to the MSc/MPhil Core course. In addition they will teach, and provide tutorials for the 8 week &#8220;The Economic Development of South Asia&#8221; option paper offered in Michaelmas Term 2021.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will also contribute to the OSGA research methods training programme and to the administration of the CSASP programme as determined by the Head of School and the Director of CSASP.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a doctorate in a relevant disciplinary and area studies field,&#160;either complete or submitted and awaiting examination. You will possess an aptitude and enthusiasm for teaching and a demonstrable record of conducting high-quality teaching and research across South Asian Studies with a particular reference to the Political Economy of South Asia.&#160; You will also have a sound knowledge of relevant research methods (quantitative and qualitative), particularly as they relate to Area Studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. For further details on how to apply, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement with your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 midday on 23rd August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are committed to equality, valuing diversity and inclusion. As such, applications are encouraged from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please email any queries to&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:administrator@area.ox.ac.uk">OSGA HR Team</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interview date: Interviews will be conducted online and are provisionally scheduled for mid September.</div> </div>

Digital Communications Manager

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Ashmolean is looking for a Digital Communications Manager to join our Audiences and Online Engagement team. The team champions an audience-focused approach across the Museum and is tasked with growing visitor engagement, loyalty and revenue, and creating a multi-channel audience engagement strategy for the Museum.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Digital Communications Manager is a critical and exciting role, responsible for the management of the Museum&#8217;s social media channels, the design and delivery of regular email communications to a variety of audiences, providing training and guidance to Museum staff, and for digital promotion of our content and programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be working on the communication of a wide range of campaigns and projects, to promote the activities of the Museum and strategic objectives around engagement, access, income and visitor engagement, and will regularly report on ROI and KPIs. An outstanding communicator, you will also be creative, analytically-minded, comfortable with image and media editing, confident using a range of digital tools, including social media, and will have the ability to write in an engaging way. With experience in a communications or marketing role, you will have the creative and practical skills to turn innovative ideas into positive actions that will promote the activities of the Museum and increase online engagement and raise the profile of the Museum. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent full time post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further details of the post are included in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 midday on&#160;Monday 23&#160;August. Interviews are expected to take place between&#160;the 6 September and 13 September.</div> </div>

Digital Communications Officer (Commercial)

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Ashmolean is looking for a Digital Communications Officer to join our Audiences and Online Engagement team. The team champions an audience-focused approach across the Museum and is tasked with growing visitor engagement, loyalty and revenue, and creating a multi-channel audience engagement strategy for the Museum.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting new role with responsibility for communications and digital content creation for commercial areas including retail, venue hire, catering and membership. You will be working on the communication of a wide range of information, campaigns and projects using a number of digital tools and channels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be analytically-minded and comfortable using a range of digital tools, including social media, with experience in a communications or marketing role. You will be entrepreneurial and creative and an excellent all-round communicator with the ability to write in an engaging way, writing to suit different audiences while working within editorial guidelines and policies. You should be well organized with good time-management skills and the ability to prioritize a busy workload. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent part time (21.9 hours / 0.6 FTE) post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further details of the post are included in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 midday on Monday 23 August. Interviews are expected to take place the w/c 6 September and w/c 13 September.</div> </div>

Health Services Researcher

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This is an outstanding opportunity for an early career scientist who has recently completed a PhD or DPhil to join the thriving Health Behaviours team in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford.&#160; The team is co-led by Professor Susan Jebb and Professor Paul Aveyard and the post holder will be working as part of as part of a programme of work funded by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There are two posts available. The post holders will either focus on leading a project to examine the impact of the national rollout by NHS England of an enhanced service incentive and widespread provision of weight management, or focus on developing implementation interventions and developing partnerships and approaches to run a trial of weight management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There will also be opportunities to engage with research projects in the wider team including systematic reviews, experimental research and clinical trials. We expect and will support the post holder to develop plans and grant applications for external funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Responsibilities will include managing your own academic research and administrative activities, adapting and developing research methodologies and materials, analysing quantitative and/or qualitative data from a variety of sources, contributing ideas for new research projects and developing ideas for generating research income.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a relevant PhD or DPhil, sufficient specialist knowledge, published papers arising from doctoral research, a track record of conference presentations and seminars, the ability and motivation to pursue an independent research programme, and excellent communication skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For a full list of responsibilities and selection criteria, please view the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Post 1: fixed term until end of September 2023.</div><br> <div>Post 2: fixed-term (until 31 August 2022 in the first instance)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications should include a CV and a letter of application outlining how their background will complement our work programme and a vision for what they hope to achieve. Applicants will be considered for both posts and there is no need to make separate applications.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>midday on 23rd August 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing 30th August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Laboratory Assistant

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) contains world-renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. The NDPH Wolfson Laboratories have over thirty staff and provide core laboratory services for the large-scale clinical trials and studies led by NDPH and its collaborators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a laboratory assistant to help with the receipt and storage of study samples and general laboratory housekeeping duties. You will have excellent attention to detail, be a good communicator and have the ability to follow standard operating procedures and adhere to health &amp; safety guide policies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time and fixed-term for 2 years. Part-time hours, a minimum of 80% FTE, could be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 23rd August 2021.</div> </div>

MBA Co-curriculum Student Engagement Manager

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49-553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum)

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Fixed Term for one year</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>This may be offered as a secondment opportunity</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford, seek a collaborative and innovative MBA Co-curriculum &amp; Student Engagement Manager to join our esteemed MBA &amp; Executive Degrees department on a fixed term basis, reporting to and supporting the MBA Programme Director.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the MBA Co-Curriculum &amp; Student Engagement Manager, you will be required to work closely with the Programme Director, to plan and expand co-curricular opportunities across the year. With the evolution of our core programme, there is increased opportunity to further enrich the co-curricular programme, to create distinct pathways for students, aligned with their interests and motivations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This will require collaboration across numerous areas of the school, from the careers function to the centres and beyond. It will enable the Programme Director to oversee a particularly challenging year ahead, integrating co-curricular activities into the programme for students who will be continuing with online learning outside the daily timetable, and helping the Director create a comprehensive roadmap for students to engage with other departments and speakers throughout the wider university.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator with enthusiasm and drive, who will work with students, other members of the MBA programme services team, and wider school teams to follow up on town hall issues, create student feedback groups and ensure initiatives are governed within the guidelines of the School.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will play a key role in linking up the communication between the four sections of the class, working with the Director to ensure a good flow of information, regular meetings between programme teams and sections and timely follow up. You will lead workshops on student experience issues with the MBA Director and be able to manage student engagement projects with efficiency, tact and clear communication.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this position, you will have a demonstrable and proven understanding of the MBA market, with proven project management experience including the ability to deliver to deadlines and manage stakeholder expectations. You be highly collaborative, be an exceptional relationship builder, easily able to work across multiple teams, faculty, and students, being able to manage upwards as required. You will have evidence that you are an excellent problem solver, able to work in an entrepreneurial environment but within the confines of the wider divisional and university structure.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is desirable but not essential that you are able to write and develop Canvas sites or have the capability to learn new systems with ease. Events management skills would also be highly desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information on this role and how to apply can be found in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must include a CV and supporting statement. For further guidance and support, please visit: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply">https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is Monday 23 August 2021 at 12.00 noon.&#160;</strong></div> </div>

Maintenance Technician

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking an adaptable and self-motivated Maintenance Technician to provide support across all aspects of maintenance within a very busy public building, open to the public 362 days a year with an exciting programme of public engagement and commercial activity. The Maintenance Technician is involved with the busy exhibition programme assisting with the installation and decant of both temporary and permanent exhibits. The role requires a working knowledge of Health &amp; Safety regulations and an appreciation of the joys and restrictions of working within an iconic Grade 1 listed building.</div><br> <div>The successful applicants should have excellent woodworking and general maintenance experience with and good time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks and react quickly and calmly to support operational requirements.</div><br> <div>Applicants are required to complete the online application form on Oxford University&#8217;s website and include a <strong>CV and supporting statement addressing the selection criteria</strong>. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience. This may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks (such as time out to care for dependants).</div><br> <div>For further details on the Museum please see our website www.oum.ox.ac.uk. Please contact the Buildings Manager, Peter Johnson using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: Noon 23rd August 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>Contact: Peter Johnson&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; &#160;peter.johnson@oum.ox.ac.uk&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; 01865 282952 or 272966</div> </div>

Part-Time Graduate Studies Assistant

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Mathematical Institute is seeking a Graduate Studies Assistant to join its friendly Academic Administration team. This is a permanent post at part-time hours (0.6FTE), and is available for an immediate start. Applications to work remotely for part of your weekly working hours may be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Graduate Studies Administrator, you will play a key role in coordinating the admissions of one of the Mathematical Institute&#8217;s prestigious taught masters&#8217; courses, which receives around 230 applications per year and admits approximately 30 students per year. You will also support the Graduate Studies Administrator with the on-course administration for the research degree courses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Graduate Studies Assistant, you will be responsible for supporting a variety of activities in graduate studies. These include providing administrative support for the graduate admissions exercise; giving information in support of student visa applications; supporting on-course administration; and assisting with the preparation of committee papers and with organising graduate open days, inductions and events. A full list of responsibilities is available in the job description document.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for candidates with previous experience in, and a good understanding of, general administrative practices and procedures, alongside excellent organisational and written and verbal communication skills, and good IT skills. You must be able to liaise with a wide range of people including academic faculty, professional services colleagues and students, and prioritise a varied and busy workload to meet deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We proudly hold a departmental Athena SWAN Silver Award and an institutional Race Equality Charter Bronze Award, which guide our progress towards advancing racial and gender equality. As part of our strategic aim to improve staff equality and diversity, we would particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates, who are currently under-represented in positions of this type within the department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss the role and the department in more detail, please contact Sandy Patel, Graduate Studies Administrator, via email: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:sandhya.patel@maths.ox.ac.uk">sandhya.patel@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>. Informal enquiries regarding the application process should be directed to the Recruitment Coordinator (email: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk">vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>), quoting vacancy reference 152367.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should read the job description document before writing their application. You will be required to upload a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria, a curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Monday 23 August 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Play! Collections and Public Engagement

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941.00 - £30,942.00 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Play! Collections and Public Engagement</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Grade 5: &#163;25,941 - &#163;30,942 &#160;(we would expect to appoint at the bottom of the scale)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Fixed Term Post: 12 months</div><br> <div>Part time: 0.6 full time equivalent, 22.5 hours per week</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This one-year collections and public engagement project will explore the concept of play and the understanding of games through co-produced community research, activities, events and resources aimed at inter-generational family audiences. Two part-time posts will work with the Family Learning Officer to develop onsite events and resources for independent visitors. Project management will be overseen by the Head of Public Engagement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will hold a crucial role working with the Museums&#8217; collections alongside the Family Learning and Public Engagement Officer and project participants to develop people&#8217;s confidence, support opportunities for inter-cultural dialogue and welcome different audiences to the Museum. The Collections Officer will work closely with Public Engagement staff and Collections staff to ensure that the outcomes in the work-plan are delivered, focusing on Collections research and community connections as well as enhancing the museum&#8217;s collections database records relating to the project. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: Monday 23rd August 2021</div><br> <div>Interview date: Tuesday 7th September 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Play! Family Learning and Public Engagement

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941.00 - £30,942.00 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Play! Family Learning and Public Engagement</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Grade 5: &#163;25,941 - &#163;30,942 &#160;pro rata (we would expect to appoint at the bottom of the scale)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Fixed Term: 12 months</div><br> <div>Part time: 0.6 full time equivalent, 22.5 hours per week</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This one-year collections and public engagement project will explore the concept of play and the understanding of games through co-produced community research, activities, events and resources aimed at inter-generational family audiences. Two part-time posts will work with the Family Learning Officer to develop onsite events and resources for independent visitors. Project management will be overseen by the Head of Public Engagement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will work with the Museums&#8217; collections alongside the Play! Collections and Public Engagement Officer and project participants to develop people&#8217;s confidence, support opportunities for inter-cultural dialogue and welcome different audiences to the Museum. The Learning Officer will work closely with Public Engagement staff and Collections staff to ensure that the outcomes in the work-plan are delivered, focusing on learning resources, events and community engagement.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: Monday 23rd August 2021</div><br> <div>Interview date: Monday 6th September 2021</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Machine Learning based Computational Mechanics

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Machine Learning based Computational Mechanics to join Antoine Jerusalem's Group at the Department of Engineering Science (central Oxford). The post is funded by EPSRC and is fixed-term for 1 year with the possibility of an extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be involved in the Prosperity Partnership for Advanced Simulation and Modelling of Virtual Systems (ASiMoV) and, in particular, the task called <em>Disruptive approach: AI-based upscaling</em> in collaboration with Professor Pena, Lurtis Ltd., an SME based in Oxford and specialised on machine learning and Rolls-Royce. This task will make use of the recently developed Soft Finite Element Method for geometry and material property optimisation for Rolls-Royce applications.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The candidate will collaborate tightly with Rolls-Royce to specialise the algorithm to applications of interest to Rolls-Royce, while further developing the approach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a relevant PhD/DPhil (or be near completion) with relevant experience and have established knowledge/expertise in machine learning and programming and computational mechanics. Experience in Python and C++ and contributing to publications and presentations is also required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Antoine Jerusalem at this email antoine.jerusalem@eng.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on 23rd August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div><br> <div><em>Keywords: Finite element, machine learning, programming</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Biology

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The lab of Associate Professor Steve Sansom (https://sansomlab.org) at the University of Oxford is looking for a highly motivated computational biologist. Our research is focused on identifying the cellular and molecular causes of immune-mediated inflammatory disease (IMID) using systems-level approaches. We now have an exciting opportunity for a talented scientist to join the group to help lead research into the cellular basis of rheumatoid arthritis, a common and long-term autoimmune disease that attacks the joints. The work will involve modelling state-of-the-art single-cell and spatial-genomics datasets from developing human synovial joints with the goal of generating novel insights into the origins and molecular mechanisms of pathogenic and reparative stromal and immune cell subsets. The successful applicant will join a team of computational biologists, clinicians and experimental scientists that is led by Professor Chris Buckley, Professor Mark Coles and Associate Professor Steve Sansom. They will participate in the Human Cell Atlas project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a successful track record in academic research that includes the statistical analysis and interpretation of complex genomic datasets, excellent problem-solving abilities and a strong interest in inflammatory disease research. A PhD/DPhil (or near completion) in a discipline of direct relevant to computational single cell genomics research is essential. In this role you will perform scientific research, reviewing and refining working hypotheses and developing and acquiring relevant skills as necessary. You will analyse and interpret data, preparing and publishing your findings in peer-reviewed journals. Experience with the analysis of single-cell RNA-sequencing data is highly desirable. The successful applicant will be based at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology within the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please read the accompanying job description carefully and ensure that you address each selection criteria in a supporting statement which must be uploaded together with your CV when applying online.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term, full time position for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Due to the nature of the research at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, this job will require additional security pre-employment checks:</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160; A satisfactory basic Disclosure and Barring Service check</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is&#160;<strong>12 noon on 23 August 2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Impact Engineering - development of novel experimental techniques for the analysis of impact events between ice and titanium alloys.

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant to join the Impact Engineering Laboratory at the Department of Engineering Science (Begbroke Science Park).&#160; The post is funded by Innovate UK and Rolls Royce and is a fixed-term appointment until August 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This purpose of this project is to provide improved understanding of the mechanical response of titanium alloys subject to ice impact, in particular the mechanisms of damage and their effects on fatigue life. You will be responsible for characterising the strain-rate dependence of specific ice microstructures and lightweight aerospace alloys, as well as developing novel experimental and diagnostic techniques for the study of impact events between ice and titanium alloys.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a doctorate (or be near completion) in mechanical engineering, materials science, or any other related discipline, and have a good understanding of the mechanical behaviour of materials at high strain-rate. You should also have good communication skills.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Daniel Eakins (email: daniel.eakins@eng.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>23rd August 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.&#160;</div><br> <h1>Additional actions</h1><br> <div>&#160;<em>Keywords: impact, failure, high-rate, dynamic strength, ice</em></div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary £31,076 – £38,183 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Internet Institute (OII) is seeking to appoint a Post-doctoral Researcher. This position will contribute to research into the impact of investments on biodiversity as part of the new Oxford Martin School Programme on Biodiversity and Society.</div><br> <div>Applicants will have, or be close to completion of, a PhD in a relevant discipline such as computer science, machine learning, or conservation. Prior experience in conservation is not required, but a desire to learn and apply machine learning techniques to conservation goals is. The position will have a strong element of developing and managing software for gathering and processing large scale open source data, so strong data science experience is highly desirable. Excellent writing, presentation abilities, and analytical skills are also required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the successful candidate, you will be based at the OII and collaborate directly with Dr. Joss Wright, as well as a broader team including colleagues at the Department of Zoology. Your role will be to:</div><br> <ul><br> <li>gather, clean, and analyse large scale, unstructured, open source data relating to biodiversity and industrial activities from a range of sources;</li><br> <li>use machine learning and statistical inference approaches to model the effects on biodiversity of a broad range of industrial activities across multiple sectors;</li><br> <li>collaborate with colleagues at the OII and at the Department of Zoology to improve understanding of the conservation impacts of industrial activities;</li><br> <li>communicate research findings both via academic publications and directly with financial institutions.</li><br> </ul><br> <div>Based in the heart of Oxford, this is a fixed-term position for 18 months in the first instance and is available immediately.</div> </div>

Research Administrator

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 05S: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an administrator to support the Social Sciences&#8217; busy Research, Impact and Engagement team to deliver its wide range of activities. The team co-ordinates internal funding for researchers, supports researchers in preparing bids for external funds, co-ordinates and support activities that ensures our research has a social or economic impact, and helps build relationships between researchers and external organisations such as research funders. The postholder will provide administrative support for all of these activities, from helping to administer funding bids to preparing reports and data for committees, supporting the management of web content and managing the logistics for training and showcase events. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an outstanding opportunity for an organised and ambitious person to make a contribution to the research endeavours of the Social Sciences Division. You will be collaborative, able to work independently, have strong interpersonal skills and able to exercise sound judgement and discretion.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is fixed term for 12 months in the first instance (with the possibility of a 6 month extension).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about the role, please contact the Senior Research Facilitator armando.romanzozaya@socsci.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are to be made on-line. For further details about the role and the application procedure, please see the Job Description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 midday on Monday 23 August 2021. Interviews will be held approximately two weeks thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Contracts Specialist

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This appointment is for a Fixed Term Maternity Cover.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated Research Contracts Specialist to work in Research Services based (from September 2021) in our offices at 5 Worcester Street, Oxford, although currently working remotely.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Research Services works in partnership with the University of Oxford&#8217;s researchers and their departments. The Research Contracts Specialist role is to review, draft and negotiate research related agreements, along with providing advice on contractual issues associated with research and its outputs. Research Contracts Specialists are also expected to develop good personal relationships within the University as well as with funding bodies and research collaborators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to degree level, well-organised and able to work and communicate effectively under pressure in this challenging but rewarding role. Ideally you will have a scientific background or administrative experience in higher education or a charity-based environment, and an interest in contractual and organisational matters.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Research Services is a rapidly growing area of the University and this position provides a good entry point for those seeking a career in University administration. There is ample opportunity for specialist and on-the-job training.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars, including details of how to apply, can be obtained from the document below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for all applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 23 August 2021. Interviews anticipated to be held in the week commencing Monday 13 September 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 – £49,553 (with a discretionary range to £54,131 per annum) With reduced responsibilities, this post can be offered as a Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum)

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join the computational genomics team led by Dr Jerome Kelleher, at the Big Data Institute. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the Janssen-University of Oxford Translational Genomics Fellowship programme, and to apply, evaluate and extend novel genome imputation methods using genealogy-based algorithms.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow, you will work closely with scientists and collaborating researchers in a globally distributed team.&#160; You will use the tsinfer software to infer genealogical trees for large datasets such as UK Biobank and FinnGen, and use these datasets to test and refine the new genealogy based imputation methods. You will also have the freedom to develop your own research questions within the broader context of the project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD/DPhil in a quantitative science subject and have significant experience and research skills in large scale genomics. You will have a good working knowledge of genomics file formats and be proficient in working with large genomics datasets. You will also be proficient in Unix and a high-level programming language such as Python. It is important that you have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work closely with others as a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is funded by the Janssen-University of Oxford Translational Genomics Fellowship and is fixed-term until 1 September 2023.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Monday 23 August 2021 can be considered. Please quote reference <strong>150455</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Teaching Laboratory Technician

Closes: Aug. 23, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Technician to support activities in the Teaching Laboratories based in the Physics Department. The post is permanent and full-time.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be expected to support both the term-time operation of the teaching labs and occasional special events, often associated with outreach. The teaching laboratories comprise areas, each dedicated to one area of physics, broadly covering optics, solid state physics, electronics, electrostatics and magnetism, atmospheric physics, astrophysics, particle physics and biophysics. We seek a versatile member of staff who will have particular responsibility, with minimal supervision, for the routine operation of one or two of the teaching laboratories in term time. The postholder will provide advice and assistance with equipment and experiments to students, visitors, academic and other technical staff.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a qualification in a relevant subject such as engineering to level 4 in the National Qualification Framework (e.g. NVQ level 4/BTEC/HNC/HND), or equivalent experience. They should be able to demonstrate effective troubleshooting skills, the ability to implement safe working practices, and knowledge of IT relevant to the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to the strong technical skills needed, the postholder will need to interact with a wide range of people on a day-to-day basis, work in a team, and be able to manage their time effectively. Previous experience of an educational laboratory environment and/or outreach work would be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Dr Jenny Barnes <a rel="nofollow" href="http://jenny.barnes@physics.ox.ac.uk">jenny.barnes@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 23 August 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Administrative Assistant (Part Time)

Closes: Aug. 24, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>As the Oxford Respiratory Trials Unit (ORTU) Administrative Assistant you will provide administrative support across the whole of ORTU (Trial Management, Nursing, Data Management teams and Senior Management staff) to ensure the smooth running and organisation of the unit.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>ORTU is a Clinical Trials Unit specifically focused on respiratory disease. The current trial portfolio includes studies of asthma, COPD, pleural diseases and respiratory sleep and breathing disorders. The portfolio includes Clinical Trials of Investigational Medicinal Products (CTIMPS) and medical device trials.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post requires someone with previous experience of managing administrative processes and a background in customer service who can work both as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and independently. A good knowledge of IT and excellent communication skills are essential.&#160; Experience in a research setting is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post will be suitable for someone looking for new challenges. The post holder will have good interpersonal communication skills, with the ability to manage a varying workload and their time independently.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is fixed term for 12 months in the first instance and is being offered on a part-time basis (30 hours per week).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online (Previous applicants need not apply). You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on 24 August 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Apprentice Facilities Support Assistant

Closes: Aug. 24, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £19,568 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Facilities Support Assistant in the Estates Services Facilities Management department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are currently recruiting a cohort of up to seven Facilities Support Assistant Apprentices where you will have the opportunity to work within a friendly, specialist Facilities Management team in the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Facilities Management Apprenticeships are an exciting development for the University of Oxford and provide an excellent opportunity for you to start a career. You may also have the opportunity to undertake further levels of training in the future to Level 3 and beyond.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to complete a one year training programme that will cover all aspects of the role and will be delivered through in-house training, as well as day-release or other distance learning methods delivered by Qube Learning.&#160; You will complete a Level 2 Intermediate Facilities Support Assistant Apprenticeship and you will gain both Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services (NVQ) and a Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services Principles (Technical Certificate) qualifications.</div><br> <div>In total, it will take 1 year to complete all elements of the apprenticeship, with support from the Department, University, and College throughout.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. 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Deputy Visitor Services Manager

Closes: Aug. 24, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4 £22,417 - £25,941 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sunday to Thursday - 36.5 hours a week</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Permanent</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Visitor Services Team is the welcoming face of the Museum of Natural History and an integral part of the visitor experience and the Museum&#8217;s Visitor Giving Project. The Visitor Services Assistants (VSAs) work together to ensure a high level of customer care in their welcome and wider communication with Museum&#8217;s 800,000 annual visitors, providing information and requesting donations which support the Museum&#8217;s activities.</div><br> <div>The post-holder must have experience of working in visitor services, either at a museum, gallery or heritage site, at a reception, or in another customer-focussed environment. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate their ability to deputise and direct the VSA Team.&#160; The Deputy Visitor services Manager requires excellent interpersonal skills, a professional attitude, a calm flexible approach to the role and an ability to lead by example. The Museum is a vibrant and busy working environment and the Visitor Services Team is required to be approachable and adaptable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants are required to complete the online application form on Oxford University&#8217;s website and include a <strong>CV and supporting statement addressing the selection criteria</strong>. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience. This may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks (such as time out to care for dependants).</div><br> <div>For further details on the Museum please see our website www.oum.ox.ac.uk. Please contact the Visitor Services Manager using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: Noon 24th August 2021</div><br> <div>Interview date: 1st September 2021</div> </div>

Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Targeting mitochondrial biology in Parkinson’s disease”

Closes: Aug. 24, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 – £36,914 p.a

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Fixed term until 7th June 2023</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist position to work on a collaborative research project between the Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre (OPDC) and the Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ODDI) funded by Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) to perform target and drug discovery for Parkinson&#8217;s disease (PD) in mitochondrial biology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to work at the interface between academic research and pharmaceutical target and drug discovery to contribute to the discovery of novel therapeutics for PD focused on mitochondrial biology. This project aims to better understand the molecular mechanisms around mitochondrial biology in PD and develop new therapies by working with induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines and dopamine neurons generated from PD patients and in cell lines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Duties include design and implementation of experiments; interpretation of data; imaging analysis; study of mitochondrial biology in iPSC-derived neurons and cell lines; preparation of data for publication; contribute ideas for new research projects and develop ideas for generating research income; manage own academic research involving small-scale project management and act as a source of information to other members of the group.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent practical experience of working with neuronal cell cultures and good knowledge of cellular models of neurodegenerative disease. The ability to innovate, trouble-shoot technical problems, be meticulous in practical work and in record keeping is also essential. Applicants must hold, or be near completion of, a PhD/DPhil in a relevant area of research and have experience in cellular neuroscience, and molecular cell biology relevant to analysis of neuronal phenotypes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available from 1st October 2021 until 7th June 2023. The post will be based in the Laboratory of Molecular Neurodegeneration, Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery, South Parks Road, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be directed Professor Richard Wade-Martins (richard.wade-martins@dpag.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>midday on 24th August 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held on the <strong>week beginning 30th August 2021.</strong>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally. &#8211; DPAG Statement of Inclusion</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Slow Earthquake Mechanics

Closes: Aug. 24, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817- £40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant to be part of a team working on slow earthquakes. The post holder will be a member of an earthquake mechanics research group and will work closely with Dr Jessica Hawthorne, with responsibility for carrying out research to identify the fault zone processes that generate slow slip events as part of a NERC standard grant. The post holder will provide guidance to less experienced members of the research group, including PhD and project students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Slow slip events remain one of the most enigmatic types of fault slip, but a number of physical processes have been proposed to explain them.&#160; The post holder will test some of these proposals by observing and modelling the spatiotemporal evolution of slow slip events.&#160; They will use frictional and statistical models to understand the growth, propagation, and heterogeneity of slow slip events and will compare the model predictions with observed events.&#160; The model testing will focus on Cascadia, where a wide range of slip events have been observed and where the Oxford group has recently identified more short bursts of tremor. The post holder will test and have the opportunity to make their own observations of slow slip events, if desired. They may take advantage of techniques and codes recently developed at Oxford to examine seismic or strain data and thereby track the progression of tremor and slip in small and large slow slip events.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will develop, conceptual, numerical and analytical models and use these to develop testable predictions about the evolution of slow slip events. They will also use new and existing observations from seismic and geodetic data and analyse implications of mechanisms of slow-slip events for large-scale fault behaviour. The post holder will manage their own academic research and administrative activities, contribute ideas for new research projects, develop ideas for generating research income and present detailed research proposals to senior researchers They will also carry out collaborative projects with colleagues in partner institutions and act as a source of information and advice to other members of the group on scientific protocols and techniques.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder must hold, or be close to completion of a PhD in geophysics or another relevant discipline, together with relevant experience. They should have experience with numerical and analytical modelling of earth deformation and possess sufficient knowledge to work within established research programmes. They should have excellent communication skills, including writing for publication, presenting research proposals and results.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is currently funded until 31 May 2022. We wish to fill the post as early as is practical. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For further details of the role please see the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is midday on 24 August 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and a Supporting Statement as part of your application. <strong>Please do not attach any manuscripts, papers, transcripts, mark sheets or certificates as these will not be considered as part of your application.</strong>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in research posts in the Department.</div> </div>

High Speed Wind Tunnel Operator and Engineer

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Research Assistant to join the Hypersonics Research Group at the Department of Engineering Science (Oxford Thermofluids Institute). The post is for a fixed-term of two years initially, with potential extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will undertake the day to day operation of two of the Oxford hypersonic wind tunnels: the T6 Stalker tunnel and the High Density Tunnel. These facilities are both part of the National Wind Tunnel Facility (NWTF) and see heavy use across the spectrum of testing, from fundamental research to applied industrial contracts. The successful applicant will work closely with researchers from our own group as well as external clients (both academic and industrial) to achieve efficient test campaigns and deliver high quality results. The Tunnel Engineer will primarily be in charge of conducting the daily operations of the tunnels, carrying out longer term maintenance and calibration tasks, and supporting the usual activities of experimenters within the laboratory space. Additionally, the operator will use down time of the facility to contribute to the design and application of upgrades to the wind tunnels and supporting experimental infrastructure to extend their capabilities and/or increase efficiency.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess an undergraduate degree in a relevant field and/or have relevant experience in operation of a wind tunnel or similar test facility for academic research, research &amp; development, or test &amp; evaluation. Previous experience in undertaking both mechanical engineering design and fundamental flow measurements is essential. You should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively on projects with a wide variety of colleagues and stakeholders. Good organizational skills, an initiative towards problem solving, and the ability to communicate scientific ideas to an expert audience are also required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Matthew McGilvray (<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:matthew.mcgilvray@eng.ox.ac.uk">matthew.mcgilvray@eng.ox.ac.uk</a>)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on the 25 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter, a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Human-Plus-Robot Workplace

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are pleased to announce an opening for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) on <strong>Human-Plus-Robot Workplace</strong>. You would be expected to start in October 2021 if possible.</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a new strategic collaboration on 1 May 2020 to build a portfolio of new research projects relating to artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, cyber-physical systems and human-centred computing. We aim to revolutionize approaches to world-leading research, education, innovation and commercialisation in human-machine collaboration technologies by providing a platform for a large scale, multinational research-innovation-venture collaboration, focusing on logistics, high tech (robotics, AI/ML, IoT, secure autonomous systems), and emergency response services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Postdoctoral Research Assistants in the Oxford &#8211; Singapore Human-Machine Collaboration Initiative Human-Robot Shared Autonomy: Develop novel planning and learning technologies to allow humans and AI systems to share the control of a robot platform.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The primary selection criteria are a doctoral degree (or close to completion) in Computer Science, Information Engineering or Electrical Engineering.&#160; You must also have excellent writing, communication, presentation, and organisation skills, and a strong publication record in any of the following: indoor positioning and navigation for people and/or robots, robot-person collaboration, scene perception and/or activity recognition (e.g. using vision/inertial/magnetic/radio sensor systems), probabilistic state estimation and machine learning (incl. deep learning).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you have any questions about the positions, please email Professor Niki Trigoni (niki.trigoni@cs.ox.ac.uk ) or Andrew Markham (andrew.markham@cs.ox.ac.uk ).</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on <strong>25 August 2021</strong>.&#160; Interviews are expected to be held in early September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>We are a Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Living Wage and Mindful Employer, holding an Athena Swan Bronze Award, HR excellence in Research and Race Equality Charter Bronze Award.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our staff and students come from all over the world and we proudly promote a friendly and inclusive culture. Diversity is positively encouraged, through diversity groups and champions, for example http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/aboutus/women-cs-oxford/index.html , as well as a number of family-friendly policies, such as the right to apply for flexible working and support for staff returning from periods of extended absence, for example shared parental leave.</div><br> <div>Demonstrating a commitment to provide equality of opportunity. We would particularly welcome applications from women and black and minority ethnic applicants who are currently under-represented within the Computer Science Department. All applicants will be judged on merit, according to the selection criteria.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in determining mechanisms of chromatin inheritance

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the lab of Dr Lars Jansen to conduct collaborative research focused on understanding the role of chromatin in epigenetic memory at centromeres and heterochromatin.&#160; The Research Associate will participate in a project to study chromatin inheritance focusing on the histone variant CENP-A at centromeres and determine the cell cycle control mechanisms in stable transmission of centromeric chromatin.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a PhD/DPhil, or be near completion of a PhD/DPhil in a relevant area and have experience in the area of chromatin biology.&#160; You will hold a competitive publication record (taking career stage into account)&#160; and have extensive experience in the area of chromatin biology, analysis of chromatin dynamics, using genomics, ChIP-sequencing and fluorescent imaging.&#160; You will also have experience in protein immunoprecipitation followed by quantitative mass spectrometry.&#160; Having the ability to manage your own academic research and associated activities is essential, together with the ability to contribute ideas for new research projects and generating research income. You will also have excellent communication skills to include the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full time fixed-term post is funded by the Wellcome Trust for up to 1 year in the first instance and is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s Grade 7 scale. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired and will also be determined by the funding available.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the document below.&#160; You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Wednesday 25th August 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist - "Within-host evolution of Chronic Viral Infections"

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are inviting applications for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist to work on the within-host evolutionary dynamics, and transmission, of chronic viral infections (HIV and hepatitis C virus). The aim of this project is to better understand how within-host evolutionary and ecological processes affect viral evolution at the epidemiological scale.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for developing new, and adapting existing, analysis methods and mathematical models to better understand within-host viral evolution and compartmentalisation. You will test hypotheses and analyse data, including viral deep-sequencing data, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate, and contribute to and develop new research ideas. You will carry out collaborative projects with colleagues in partner institutions, and research groups, and participate in the dissemination of this work via presentations at academic meetings and conferences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD (or close to completion) in quantitative biology or another appropriate science, and have specialist knowledge in genetics, modelling and pathogen dynamics. You will have strong analytical and quantitative skills and excellent problem-solving abilities, with expertise in at least one programming language or mathematical platform (C, Python, JAVA, PERL, R, Matlab etc.). Excellent communications skills including the ability to write for publication, and present, and be able to independently lead a research project whilst meeting deadlines is also essential for the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 3 years and is funded by the Wellcome and the Li Ka Shing Foundation</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 25 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152016</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941-£30,942 p.a pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Social Policy and Intervention is seeking&#160;to appoint a fixed-term Research Assistant to&#160;join our&#160;international&#160;parenting&#160;research team&#160;led by Dr Jamie Lachman.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Research Assistant position is an opportunity to work on the research of parenting interventions in low- and middle-income countries. The position will support the research team on the development, piloting, and&#160;optimisation&#160;of a suite of digital parenting interventions delivered in low-and middle-income countries. This position will be based in Oxford and involve work with partner academic institutions, stakeholders, and investigators. Funds supporting this project are provided by the&#160;European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020&#160;programme.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a degree in a relevant social science discipline and have experience in working on complex research projects, preferably in the field of evidence-based research, digital interventions, parenting, child development, and/or violence prevention. You will have a strong understanding of evidence-based research and implementation science methodologies/principles and be proficient in data cleaning and analysis using SPSS, R, or Stata.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our research team is committed to improving outcomes for&#160;vulnerable children and families&#160;in low- and middle-income countries, and this is our primary guiding aim. We are committed to capacity-building and supporting team members to further their careers, and you will be supported to advance your career portfolio.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department is&#160;committed to fostering an environment of equality, diversity and inclusion.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information, including how to apply, is available in the attached job description. Any further enquires may be directed to the email address below.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received by 12.00 noon on&#160;25th August 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held&#160;on&#160;10th September 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Postdoctoral Research Scientist – "Within- and between-host evolution of Chronic Viral Infections"

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary in range £41,526 - £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are inviting applications for a Senior Postdoctoral Research Scientist to work on the within-host evolutionary dynamics, and transmission, of chronic viral infections (HIV and hepatitis C virus). The aim of this project is to better understand how within-host evolutionary and ecological processes affect viral evolution at the epidemiological scale.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for developing new, and adapting existing, analysis methods and mathematical models to better understand within-host viral evolution and compartmentalisation. You will test hypotheses and analyse data, including viral deep-sequencing data, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate, and contribute to and develop new research ideas. You will act as a source of scientific information and advice to other members of the group and agree clear task objectives, organise, and delegate work to other members of the team and coach other members of the group on specialist methodologies or procedures. You will raise research funds though grant applications.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD in quantitative biology or another appropriate science, and have sufficient specialist knowledge in genetics, phylogenetics and/or pathogen dynamics. You will have strong analytical and quantitative skills and excellent problem-solving abilities, with expertise in at least one programming language or mathematical platform (C, Python, JAVA, PERL, R, Matlab etc.). Excellent communications skills including the ability to write for publication, and present, and be able to independently lead a research project whilst meeting deadlines is also essential for the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 3 years and is funded by the Wellcome and the Li Ka Shing Foundation</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 25 August 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152328</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Web Content Editor

Closes: Aug. 25, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Ashmolean is looking for a Web Content Editor to join our Audiences and Online Engagement team. The team champions an audience-focused approach across the Museum and is tasked with growing visitor engagement, loyalty and revenue, and creating a multi-channel audience engagement strategy for the Museum.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Web Content Editor is a vital and exciting role with responsibility for overseeing the Ashmolean Museum&#8217;s website, as well as for writing and editing content, designing pages and editing media. The role encompasses website and CMS management, support of website users, management of SEO and UX, analysis and insight, copywriting, and image and media editing. You will be working on the communication of a wide range of information, campaigns and projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be analytically-minded and comfortable using a range of digital tools, with experience of website maintenance and an understanding of SEO and UX. You will be creative and an excellent all-round communicator with the ability to write in an engaging way, writing to suit different audiences while working within editorial guidelines and policies. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent full time post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further details of the post are included in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 midday on&#160;Wednesday 25&#160;August. Interviews are expected to take place the w/c 6 September and w/c 13 September.</div> </div>

Clinical Research Fellow in Neurovascular Disease

Closes: Aug. 26, 2021, noon; salary: E71 £33,885- £49,044 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>A full-time clinical research fellow is required for three years to join a highly productive research team, working under the supervision of Professor Peter Rothwell. The post will involve clinical research projects in patients with TIA, stroke and other vascular events, including work on clinical epidemiology, brain and vascular imaging and biomarkers. Applicants must be qualified to MRCP level and be GMC registered. The post is supported by the Masonic Charitable Foundation and the holder will be expected to work towards a higher degree.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Wolfson Centre for the Prevention of Stroke and Dementia is located in the Wolfson Building on the John Radcliffe Hospital site in Oxford and is associated with the Acute Vascular Imaging Centre. The main research interests are the prevention of stroke, hypertension, vascular dementia, and in the aetiology of vascular disease more generally. The unit currently comprises 30 researchers and support staff, including senior clinical researchers in neurology and geriatrics, clinical research fellows, statisticians and programmers, research nurses and laboratory scientists.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time and fixed term for 3 years</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on 26th August 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter</div> </div>

Abdulaziz Saud AlBabtain Laudian Professorship in Arabic

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The University intends to appoint to the Abdulaziz Saud AlBabtain Laudian Professorship of Arabic with effect from 1st October 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The Laudian Chair in Arabic, established in 1636, is one of the oldest professorships of Arabic in Europe. The Professorship was generously re-endowed in 2016 by Mr Abdulaziz Saud AlBabtain. It plays a pivotal role in teaching and research in Arabic language, literature and civilisation in the University and in the on-going development of Arabic studies, in particular at graduate level.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University seeks a scholar of the highest international calibre who will provide academic leadership in promoting and sustaining research within the Faculty and has the ability to teach and inspire students at all levels. The Professor will play a major role in the supervision, guidance and examination of graduate students in the subject group of Arabic, Persian and Turkish Studies. They should be able to contribute broadly to undergraduate and graduate teaching and examination and be willing to take on leading roles in the administration of the faculty. They should have broad academic interests and sympathies in order to contribute to what is a wide and increasingly interdisciplinary research field in Oxford. We welcome applications from specialists working on Arabic literature of any period up to and including the 18th century CE.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a substantial international reputation in scholarship and research in classical Arabic literature, an excellent publication record of book-length works and articles in international journals in this field, and an on-going research agenda covering the next 5-10 years which will result in further substantial publications of international quality. You will have the ability to communicate effectively, and a demonstrable commitment to providing effective and innovative teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including the teaching of primary sources in Arabic. You will also have the ability to contribute effectively to ensuring the long-term development of the subject, the demonstrable ability to train, guide, and motivate research students and junior colleagues, and to develop and present proposals for research funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a statutory (full) professorship. For a description of the different types of academic posts at Oxford, please see <a rel="nofollow" href="http://https://hr.admin.ox.ac.uk/academic-posts-at-oxford"></a><a rel="nofollow" href="https://hr.admin.ox.ac.uk/academic-posts-at-oxford">https://hr.admin.ox.ac.uk/academic-posts-at-oxford</a>. The post is associated with a Professorial Fellowship at St John&#8217;s College, <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/">https://www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this post, please contact Thomas Hall, Head of Administration and Finance at <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:thomas.hall@orinst.ox.ac.uk">thomas.hall@orinst.ox.ac.uk</a> or telephone: +44 (0)1865 278210. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is&#160;<strong>12.00 noon on Friday 27 August 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held on Thursday 14 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, from disabled people and from people of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, as these groups are currently under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity</strong></div> </div>

Clinical Trial Administrator

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417-£25,941 per annum with discretionary range to £28,331 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Clinical Trial Administrator, this role is part of the Clinical Trials Unit and as part of the expansion to the Trial Administration Support within the Unit we are looking to recruit for up to 4 posts. The roles form part of the trial management team and assist in ensuring the clinical trial runs successfully.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant would have detailed knowledge of one-two projects within the group&#8217;s diverse portfolio of CTIMPs and non-CTIMP studies and be able to manage competing demands and changing priorities. You will be responsible to Trial Manager and the wider theme group to ensure the successful set up, running and completion of the trials in their portfolio on time and on budget.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility and be able to work effectively as part of a team or independently. You will have experience of working in a similar role and acting as a meeting secretary. You will need to be methodical and accurate along with having excellent IT skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Gibson Building, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The positions are funded for 1 year in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12pm 27th August 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this role applicants are welcome to contact Nicola Webb via hr@phc.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £44,045 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We seek a part-time Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager (EDI) to initiate, lead and manage a wide portfolio of projects relating to equality and diversity. The role requires a high degree of initiative and independent working, including leading on projects from conception through to final implementation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to take the lead in designing and implementing initiatives which will contribute to the achievement of the School&#8217;s Athena Swan targets and broader equality and diversity goals. The School recently applied for a Silver Athena Swan award, and the EDI Manager will be responsible for co-ordinating the implementation of our ambitious and wide-ranging action plan. Key elements of the role include monitoring progress made by the School in advancing diversity and inclusion, by analysing data from disparate sources and reporting on progress to the School&#8217;s EDI Committee; and providing specialist advice and support on equality and diversity matters to other members of the School. You will co-ordinate the meetings of the School&#8217;s EDI Committee, including preparing agendas, distribution of papers, minute-taking and making recommendations. You will also act as SoGE&#8217;s Disability Co-ordinator.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a degree or equivalent professional experience. You will have experience of working in the field of equality and diversity, and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of policies and good practice in this area. Proven project management skills, including the ability to work independently in a complex environment, taking initiative when necessary and prioritising work effectively to meet deadlines are essential. You will have the ability to understand, manipulate, analyse and visualize data &#8211; both quantitative and qualitative &#8211; and ability to compile and manage online surveys. Strong skills in addressing sensitive issues with tact and confidentiality is a must.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The School of Geography and the Environment holds an Athena Swan Bronze award in recognition of our commitment and success in addressing gender equality.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointment will be available part-time (18.75 hours) until 7 November 2022 and may be offered on a secondment basis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 27 August 2021, and interviews will be held on Tuesday 21 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Gene Therapy

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applicants are invited to apply for a for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant vacancy in the Clinical Ophthalmology Research Group led by Robert MacLaren, Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford and Consultant Vitreoretinal Surgeon at the Oxford Eye Hospital. The postdoctoral research assistant will undertake research in gene therapy, involving the development of novel treatments for autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa using an RNA interference strategy for knockdown of mutant rhodopsin.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for highly qualified individual (PhD/DPhil) with outstanding academic credentials, who can work well under pressure and manage multiple tasks in a milestone-orientated research environment. Prior experience in adeno-associated viral (AAV) vector-mediated gene therapy is highly desirable, and a background in retinal research and previous work with murine models of genetic diseases would be advantageous.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is fixed-term for two years, with the possibility of extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 27th August 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Drosophila RNA biology

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the lab of Prof Ilan Davis to elucidate the role of post-transcriptional regulation and RNA localisation and how they are required for plasticity in the <em>Drosophila</em> neuromuscular synapses. The work will follow up our novel recent discoveries of localised mRNA at axon termini in the fly nervous system.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a PhD/DPhil, or be near completion of a PhD/DPhil in molecular neurobiology or a related field of biology, and should have extensive experience in RNA biology. You should also have extensive knowledge of <em>Drosophila</em> genetics as well as experience with image data analysis and advanced microscopy. Ability to code in R or Python would be a strong asset. Informal enquiries are encouraged by emailing both: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:ilan.davis@bioch.ox.ac.uk">ilan.davis@bioch.ox.ac.uk</a> and <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:Darragh.ennis@bioch.ox.ac.uk">Darragh.ennis@bioch.ox.ac.uk&#160;</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full time fixed-term post is funded by the Wellcome Trust for up to 18 months in the first instance and is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s grade 7 scale. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired and will also be determined by the funding available.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the document below.&#160; You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Friday 27th August 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held on as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Glial and Computational Biology

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the lab of Prof Ilan Davis to elucidate the role of localised translation in glia that are required for plasticity in the <em>Drosophila</em> neuromuscular synapses. The work will follow up our novel recent discoveries of novel mRNAs that are localised at the tips of glial projections near the synapses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a PhD/DPhil, or be near completion of a PhD/DPhil, in biology or a related field, and should have extensive experience in RNA biology. You should also have extensive knowledge of <em>Drosophila</em> as well as experience in computational biology using Python and/or R. Experience with image data analysis and advanced microscopy is an asset. Informal enquiries are encouraged by emailing both: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:ilan.davis@bioch.ox.ac.uk">ilan.davis@bioch.ox.ac.uk</a> and <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:Darragh.ennis@bioch.ox.ac.uk%C2%A0">Darragh.ennis@bioch.ox.ac.uk&#160;</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This fixed-term post is funded by Wellcome for up to 18 months in the first instance and is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s grade 7 scale. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired and will also be determined by the funding available. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the document below.&#160; You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Friday 27th August 2021</strong> with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Sanskrit Literary and Cultural History

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Postdoctoral Researcher in Sanskrit Literary and Cultural History Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford<br> <br>Grade 7: &#163;32,817 - &#163;40,322 per annum</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Principal Investigator, Prof. Christopher Minkowski, the post holder is a member of a research group with responsibility for carrying out research and producing publications for a Leverhulme Trust-funded project on &#8216;The Mahabharata&#8217;s supporting texts in literary and cultural history.&#8217; The post holder provides guidance to junior members of the research group including research assistants and DPhil students<em>.</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Researcher will <strong>m</strong>anage their own academic research and administrative activities, using appropriate research methodologies and materials. They will produce a monograph on the use of commentaries on the Mahabharata and Ramayana by religious communities in late medieval and early modern India, and collaborate in the preparation of related research publications. &#160;This will involve travel to sites, including India, to collect copies of manuscripts. As well as presenting papers at conferences internationally, the Researcher will act as a source of information and advice to other members of the research group, and contribute ideas for new research projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a relevant PhD/DPhil, together with relevant experience and sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within the established research project.&#160; Demonstrating the ability to manage your own academic research and associated activities, and with previous experience of contributing to publications/presentations, you will be able to show a record of research in the subject of the proposed monograph.&#160; You will be able to contribute ideas for new research projects and research income generation, and possess excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings. Ideally you will have independently managing a discrete area of a research project, and actively collaborated in the development of research articles for publication.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is based in central Oxford. This is a full-time, fixed-term position between 1 October 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter) and 30 September 2024.</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 27 August 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Potdoctoral Research Assistant in Characterisation of Sonoluminescence

Closes: Aug. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 : £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Assistant specializing in acoustic cavitation and characterization of sonoluminescence to join an interdisciplinary research team at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Headington). The post is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and is fixed-term for 12 months corresponding to phase 1 of the project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The project is a collaboration between 3 academic institutions (Oxford, Ulster, and Glasgow University) and partners representing the medical device industry and clinical medicine.The overall aim of the project is the characterization and quantification of sonoluminescence emissions from ultrasound driven microbubbles as a potential means of locally activating cancer therapies. The specific role of the person appointed will be to develop apparatus and protocols for quantifying sonoluminescence and acoustic emissions from microbubble populations under different exposure conditions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a PhD (or close to completion) in physics, engineering or a relevant area of another scientific discipline. You should have experience in the use of optical and acoustical techniques for characterising cavitation. You should have the ability to work in a multidisciplinary team of researchers with both physical and life sciences backgrounds engineers, biologists and clinicians and have strong evidence of research achievement to date. Experience with high speed imaging, microscopy and/or ultrasound imaging is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Eleanor Stride (eleanor.stride@eng.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on <strong>&#160;Friday 27th August</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter, a brief statement of research interests (describing how past experience and future plans fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department holds an Athena Swan Bronze award, highlighting its commitment to promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sonoluminescence, Cavitation, Ultrasound, Sonodynamic therapy</div> </div>

Digital Archivist

Closes: Aug. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Full time &#8211; 37.5 hours per week (0.8 FTE part time applications will be considered)</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Fixed Term &#8211; 2 years</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Oxford University Museum of Natural History holds significant digital assets relating to all areas of Museum activity and core goal of the OUMNH Strategy 2020-23 is to set up systems to preserve and manage them to the same standard as our physical collections. This is a very exciting opportunity to work on our extensive physical and digital archives and make them available to a wider audience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We require an experienced Digital Archivist with hands-on experience of the implementation and management of Digital Asset Management Systems and in-depth understanding of digital preservation principles and techniques. The post holder will be responsible for managing and preserving digital assets with a specific focus on the implementation of a Digital Preservation Policy and a ResourceSpace Digital Asset Management System. The role will also involve improving access to the Archive collections through targeted digitisation and cataloguing to an ISAD(G) standard using the Museum&#8217;s Axiell EMu Collections Management System, which will be integrated with the DAMS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants are required to complete the online application form on Oxford University&#8217;s website and include a <strong>CV and supporting statement addressing the selection criteria</strong>. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience. This may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks (such as time out to care for dependants).</div><br> <div>For further details on the Museum please see our website www.oum.ox.ac.uk. Please contact the Head of Earth Collections Eliza Howlett using the contact details below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: 30th August 2021 noon</div><br> <div>Interview date: 20th September 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Contact: Eliza Howlett &#160;&#160;eliza.howlett@oum.ox.ac.uk</div> </div>

Full Stack Web Developer

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, 9 a.m.; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Are you an experienced Full Stack Web Developer? Could you use this experience to help us create game-changing solutions for healthcare problems?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Nuffield Department of Women&#8217;s &amp; Reproductive Health is looking for a Full-Stack Developer who is passionate about learning, development and research to join the Oxford Martin School&#8217;s prestigious&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://deepmedicine.medsci.ox.ac.uk/">Deep Medicine</a> programme. The team has experience in conduct of digital trials and is planning to embark on the pilot phase of a new international randomized trial of blood pressure management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In planning for the trial, the team is building a software solution for trial management, including recruitment, eligibility assessment and randomization processes. This will require complex software integrations with third party services and APIs, developing of new features and fixing bugs as well documenting those tasks. You will be working on these tasks in an Agile environment. You will be helping and reporting to our senior developer to produce a top quality bespoke web based system.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position offers the opportunity to work within an interdisciplinary team of researchers who are devoted to high-impact research to transform patient care. The position further offers an excellent opportunity for career development to lead the establishment of a software engineering and IT team for game-changing software solutions. In addition to a range of development opportunities at the University, you will also benefit from an annual budget to attend courses and conferences to deepen your skills and establish wider networks of collaborators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a bachelor&#8217;s degree in engineering or a related subject (or near completion), with&#160;solid experience using PHP with a strong understanding of OO design patterns and understanding of functional programming paradigms as well as experience working with MVC web frameworks. Experience with Laravel PHP framework, a solid understanding of JavaScript and JS frameworks such as React or AngularJS and extensive experience with frontend development including HTML, CSS, Bootstrap 4 are also essential for this role. You will be able to quickly learn new technologies and assess their suitability for solving a problem, demonstrate a portfolio of successful web based projects you&#8217;ve worked on in the past and have a high level of proficiency in written and spoken English language.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Prof Kazem Rahimi (kazem.rahimi@wrh.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is full-time and fixed-term for 18 months. This post is available as soon as possible. Applications for flexible working arrangements are welcomed and will be considered in line with business needs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and Supporting Statement as part of your online application. Click here for information and advice on writing an effective Supporting Statement:&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/cv-and-supporting-statement">https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/cv-and-supporting-statement</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 31st August 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on Tuesday 14th September 2021.</div> </div>

Biomarker Specialist

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) contains world-renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. The NDPH Wolfson Laboratories have over forty staff and provide core laboratory services for the large scale clinical trials and studies led by NDPH and its collaborators.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Biomarker Specialist you will operate, maintain and troubleshoot a variety of analytical laboratory equipment while providing support and guidance for colleagues and staff members. Working as part of a friendly and committed team, you will assist with the day-to-day requirements of the laboratory, including working in the specimen reception and storage areas, assisting with analyses and the assessment of new techniques.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this role, you will have a degree recognised by the Institute for Biomedical Science (IBMS) or equivalent experience. You will also have experience of running clinical chemistry and immunoassay analysers in a diagnostic or clinical research laboratory, analyser maintenance and troubleshooting and validating/authorising clinical biochemistry results.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to stewart.moffat@ndph.ox.ac.uk&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed term for two years in the first instance.&#160; The closing date for applications is noon on 31st August 2021</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Sociolinguistics

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 to £43,222 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Departmental Lecturer in Sociolinguistics</strong></div><br> <div>The Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics is seeking to appoint a full time Departmental Lecturer in Sociolinguistics to assume teaching, examining and research responsibilities for two years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a two-year fixed-term post from 1 October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil in Sociolinguistics. You will have a research record appropriate to your career stage along with aptitude for, and experience of, teaching, and a willingness and ability to take on some administrative tasks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon (GMT) on <strong>Tuesday 31 August 2021</strong>. It is expected that the interviews will be held between <strong>15th and 20th September 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

Development Officer - Humanities

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176- £34,804 p.a. with a discretionary range to £38,017 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Humanities development team are looking to recruit a highly effective Development Officer to research and prepare materials for fundraising projects and to manage a fundraising portfolio of priorities. This is an outstanding opportunity for a creative and motivated fundraising professional.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Oxford is the world&#8217;s leading university for humanities teaching and research and it was named &#8216;University of the Year 2021&#8217; by The Times Good University Guide. The University&#8217;s scholarship in languages, literature, history, philosophy, religion and the arts &#8211; from the earliest civilisations to the present day &#8211; enriches our understanding of humankind, and informs how we engage with historic issues and contemporary concerns.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent communication and fundraising skills, in particular a high level of written English, and a proactive, meticulous and analytical approach to your work. The ability to translate and articulate academically complex projects for prospective donors, and to identify and develop relationships in support of the fundraising goals of Humanities is essential. Fluency in written and spoken modern languages will also be helpful.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be able to think creatively and communicate effectively with donors using direct fundraising techniques and when reporting to supporters. Managing a portfolio of fundraising priorities, you will be comfortable representing Humanities externally and liaising professionally with colleagues internally across the Humanities Division and the wider University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will thrive under pressure, be able to work to tight deadlines, maintain a flexible approach and attitude, and be adept at assimilating and interpreting large amounts of complex information quickly. &#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Tuesday 31 August 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.&#160; Interviews are currently scheduled to take place on Tuesday 21 September 2021.</div> </div>

MSc Coordinator (MSc in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management and MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance)

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941- £33,797 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The MSc Coordinator (BCM &amp; NSEG) is responsible for the day to day administration of two of the Department&#8217;s MSc courses, the BCM (Biodiversity, Conservation and Management) and NSEG (Nature, Society and Environmental Governance). The post holder provides administrative support to the two Course Directors in the coordination of the two MSc courses and acts as a first point of contact for student enquiries.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for maintaining information systems, and will need to use initiative in order to deal with varied and complex queries, collect and present information on a variety of matters, and set up and maintain appropriate record-keeping systems.&#160; The post holder will be expected to work with minimum supervision and prioritise competing demands effectively.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need to have excellent organisational, verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate well at all levels. You will have experience working in a role that requires a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. Excellent word processing skills and demonstrable experience using spreadsheets, databases and websites is essential. You will have the ability to take minutes and provide support to a committee.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The School of Geography and the Environment holds an Athena Swan Bronze award in recognition of our commitment and success in addressing gender equality.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <h3>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 31 August 2021, and interviews will be held week commencing 6 September 2021.</h3> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant: chemical proteomics at the plant-pathogen interface

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Plant Sciences is seeking to recruit three Postdoctoral Research Assistants for 24 months each. The funds supporting this project are provided by ERC-2020-AdG project &#8216;ExtraImmune&#8217;, held by Professor Renier van der Hoorn. The work is to be conducted in the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RB. The research topic is <em>&#8216;</em><em>chemical proteomics at the plant-pathogen interface&#8217;</em>.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The host lab: The Plant Chemetics Laboratory consists of a multidisciplinary and multinational research team that investigates the molecular mechanisms underpinning host manipulation by plant pathogens, with a particular focus on apoplast manipulation of Solanaceous plants by bacterial microbes. Our research activities also aim at improved molecular pharming of secreted (glyco)proteins through the depletion of extracellular proteases. Unique is our approach to display protein activities by pioneering activity-based protein profiling (ABPP), and other powerful functional proteomics technologies that offer an exciting platform for collaborations. For more information please visit www.plantchemetics.org.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The project: The extracellular space within plants (the apoplast) is the living space of many of the most devastating plant pathogens. Antagonistic plant-pathogen interactions will transform this vast plant-pathogen interface into a battlefield but most of these apoplastic interactions are unknown. This project aims to explore the apoplastic battlefield with chemical proteomic tools to identify host proteins that are manipulated upon infection. This unique approach aims at the discovery of novel components of the extracellular immune system that can be used for future crop protection strategies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties: Isolate and store replicate aliquots of apoplastic fluids from (infected) N. benthamiana plants (postdoc-1); establish RBPP and CLMS on apoplastic proteomes (postdoc-2 and -3, respectively) with commercially available probes and crosslinkers; perform labelling of apoplastic fluids from (infected) plants for ABPP, RBPP and CLMS; purify labelled proteins (ABPP), or labelled peptides (RBPP and CLMS) and prepare for MS analysis; analyse MS data with MSFragger, Perseus and R; manage own academic research and administrative activities. This involves small scale project management, to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines; develop ideas for generating research income, and present detailed research proposals; collaborate in the preparation of scientific reports and journal articles and occasionally present papers and posters; act as a source of information and advice to other members of the group on scientific protocols and experimental techniques.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The requirements: The postholders should have: a PhD or equivalent (or be very close to obtaining one) in a relevant area; a strong publication track record; protein biochemistry expertise; experience analysing large datasets; a team worker spirit; and excellent written and oral presentation skills. &#160;Desirable: programming in R; experience with plant pathogens and plant immunity; experience in analysing proteomic datasets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 31 August 2021. Informal enquiries should be directed to at renier.vanderhoorn@plants.ox.ac.uk. Excellent benefits include 38 days&#8217; leave. A full-time position, 37.5 hours per week.</div> </div>

Research Fellow in AI and Sustainable Development

Closes: Aug. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £44,045 p.a.)

<div> <p></p><div>The School is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow with a focus on AI and sustainable development to join its new research initiative on Sustainable Development Goals and Artificial Intelligence (Oxford AIxSDG Initiative). This is a fixed-term appointment (3 years).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Under the direction of Professor Andrew Stephen, Professor Luciano Floridi and Professor Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo, the Research Fellow in AI and Sustainable Development will be expected to co-define, coordinate, and execute a research agenda in one or both of the following two areas:</div><br> <ol><br> <li>Human and social factors affecting the viability and success of AI projects that may support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Human and social factors can be related to areas such as business, economics, ethics, law, and public policy.</li><br> <li>Scientific, technical and technological factors in AI affecting the viability and success of AI projects that may support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Scientific, technical, and technological factors can be related to areas such as computational social science, data science, mathematics, statistics, computer science, and engineering.</li><br> </ol><br> <div>The Research Fellow will manage their own research and administrative duties; adapt existing and develop new research methodologies and materials; prepare working theories and analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining theories as appropriate and contribute ideas for new research projects. The Research Fellow will collaborate in the preparation of research publications, book chapters with other colleagues; and present papers at conferences or public meetings; act as a source of information and advice to other members of the group on methodologies or procedures. Represent the AIxSDG research group at external meetings/seminars and network with other members of the faculty and research community within the Sa&#239;d Business School, other relevant research initiatives.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidates will hold at least a Master degree in a relevant human or social science, preferably business, law, or economics, but also, for example, ethics, international relations, politics, sociology, with a strong interest in ELSI (ethical, social, legal impact/implications) analysis of digital technologies and/or AI; will have strong proven interests in both the applications of digital technologies to business and society, and issues related to ethics, governance, law, policy-making or risk assessment of digital technologies. They will also have a strong proven interest in conducting research that aligns with the research mission of Sa&#239;d Business School,&#160; produce research of the highest quality that is meaningfully relevant to, and impactful on, business practice and ability to develop conceptual analyses and develop guidelines for policy makers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. Please submit two references with your application. To apply for this role and for further details, please click on the below link.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon (UK time) on 31 August 2021.</div> </div>

Administration Officer - Communication Skills Teaching

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This is an exciting opportunity to join the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences&#8217; expanding Undergraduate Teaching Group. This new post will provide administrative support for the Communications Skills course, which is one of several high profile courses the group delivers to Oxford medical students.</div><br> <div>We are looking for a proactive and adaptable person to join our existing team of three administrators. &#160;Duties include liaising with students, staff and other University and hospital Departments, booking personnel and space for teaching sessions as well as assisting with day-to-day queries from students, tutors, and actors (the latter being used for role-play in simulated clinical interactions with students). The Communication Skills course runs throughout the academic year and uses actors as simulated patients to give students direct experience of important and challenging areas of communicating with patients. In addition, the post holder can expect to provide some generalist administrative support for the other courses run by the department&#8217;s Undergraduate Teaching Group, gaining broad experience across a range of administrative activities.</div><br> <div>Working closely with the other members of the undergraduate teaching group, you will promote and maintain high quality service, providing advice and responding to enquiries verbally and in writing. It is important that you can work well with others and communicate effectively with a wide range of people. In addition, you will need to possess initiative, the ability to work under pressure, a high level of attention to detail, and an interest in learning about a broad range of administrative activity. You will be educated to A level or equivalent and preferably have experience working in a university or similar organisation in an admin-related role. You will possess good IT skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Teams and Outlook.</div><br> <div>The post-holder will be located with the department&#8217;s Undergraduate Teaching Group in Eagle House, Walton Well Road in central Oxford (close to the department&#8217;s main site in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building).</div><br> <div>The Department is committed to the continuing professional development of its administrative staff and in-house and on-the-job training will be provided as appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 midday on 1 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We aim to hold Interviews on 21 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For the full selection criteria and information on how to apply, please view the job description below.</div> </div>

Associate Professor of Experimental Particle Physics

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: From £48,114 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Physics is seeking to strengthen our programme in Flavour Physics with the appointment of an Associate Professor or Professor in Particle Physics with effect from 1 September 2022. The successful candidate will also be offered a Tutorial Fellowship at St. Anne&#8217;s College, under arrangements described in the job description. The combined University and College salary will be in the range &#163;48,114 to &#163;64,605 per annum plus substantial additional benefits including a College housing allowance of &#163;9,829 p.a., a research and tutorial allowance of &#163;1,090 p.a. and an entertainment allowance of &#163;450 p.a. An allowance of &#163;2,804 p.a. would be payable upon award of Full Professor title. Full Professors also have access to further merit-based pay awards.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Associate Professor will join a vibrant community of particle physicists addressing the most significant issues in understanding nature's fundamental laws in and beyond the Standard Model. These challenges include the mystery of flavour, the origin of the matter anti-matter asymmetry in the universe, the puzzle of dark matter and dark energy, and the stability of mass hierarchies. The purpose of this appointment is to recruit an experimental particle physicist who would join the LHCb experiment and take a leading role in the design and construction of the next generation of flavour experiments. The post-holder will work closely with particle theorists and experimentalists in the department involved in many of the leading experimental collaborations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in experimental particle physics or a related subject, and will have a proven record of high-quality creative research in flavour physics at an international level. They will be an excellent teacher at the undergraduate and graduate level.&#160;They will be expected to develop a world-leading research programme addressing the fundamental challenges in our understanding of the laws of nature, to teach at the undergraduate and graduate level, and to participate in the administration and governance of St. Anne&#8217;s College and the Physics Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars, containing details of the application procedure and of the duties, may be obtained below. Enquiries may be made to Professor Guy Wilkinson at guy.wilkinson@physics.ox.ac.uk&#160;or Professor Daniela Bortoletto at daniela.bortoletto@physics.ox.ac.uk. Enquiries about the college side of the appointment should be addressed to Dr Shannon McKellar at shannon.mckellar@st-annes.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is&#160;<strong>12 noon GMT on Wednesday, 1 September 2021.</strong> &#160;Please quote departmental reference 151083 on all correspondence. Applicants should ensure that their referees send letters by the same deadline to sue.geddes@physics.ox.ac.uk. The interviews will take place the week of 25 October 2021, with an offer made soon after.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. The University is an Equal Opportunities Employer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Operations Management

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Sa&#239;d Business School is seeking a Departmental Lecturer in Operations Management to engage in advanced study and academic research, to lecture and teach undergraduate and graduate students, and contribute to the teaching, research, and academic administration of the Operations and Technology Management academic group. This is a fixed term appointment (1 year).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be expected to engage in teaching, assessment and teaching related activities. More specifically deliver classroom teaching up to 480 stint point and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate students; to support the teaching delivery with advanced academic study to underpin lectures and class teaching, produce lecture notes, course materials, reading lists, and organise specific areas of the syllabus. The postholder will also engage in assessment and university examining and act as a first contact for student matters relating to attendance, conduct, coursework, performance, and welfare (referring matters to appropriate others).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be expected to conduct independent research within the broader area of Operations Management. This should result in producing research articles for prestigious peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, and reviews, present papers at conferences, and lead seminars to disseminate research findings. The postholder will be expected to carry out collaborative projects with colleagues in partner institutions, and research groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate is expected to hold a relevant PhD/DPhil with post-qualification teaching and research experience, demonstrate an aptitude for teaching and awareness of pedagogic methods with sufficient depth and breadth of knowledge in the subject to develop course units. The candidate should have a strong publication pipeline and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field as well as sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop research projects and methodologies. The candidates should possess experience of qualitative/quantitative research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on 1 September 2021.</div> </div>

Finance Assistant

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>Permanent, Full-time</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a Finance Assistant role to ensure financial transactions are recorded and processed accurately in line with university financial controls. You will be reporting directly to the department&#8217;s Finance Officer and working alongside other Finance Assistants as part of the Purchase to Pay process. This is a fast-paced department dealing with an array of Finance responsibilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be responsible for updating, providing and distributing standard financial budget and Purchase to Pay reports as well as responding to enquiries, providing advice on financial procedures and policies and referring to the Finance officer and Financial Regulations where necessary. You will also run financial reports, maintain databases and update records, checking figures for errors and omissions and recharge for facilities and departmental costs on a monthly basis. You will process invoices in the Oracle Financial system and deal with anomalies, escalating complex queries to the most appropriate person and be responsible for checking and approving purchase requisitions for the department</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will need experience of financial administration, be able to organize their own workload and work to deadlines. You will need excellent communication skills and be able to generate high volumes of highly accurate work. You will need to be educated to GCSE or equivalent and be competent using Microsoft Word, Excel and databases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available immediately and will be based in Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be directed to the Senior Research and Finance Manager at wanda.groenewald@dpag.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>midday on Wednesday 1st September&#160;2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held on <strong>the week beginning 13th September 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally. &#8211; DPAG Statement of Inclusion</div> </div>

Part-time Clinical Study Data Coordinator

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a part-time Clinical Study Data Co-ordinator for the Centre for Osteoarthritis Pathogenesis Versus Arthritis, based at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology. You will join an interdisciplinary team of scientists and clinician researchers studying the pathogenesis of osteoarthritis (OA), and will be responsible primarily for data co-ordination in the STEpUP OA study.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The <strong>S</strong>ynovial fluid <strong>T</strong>o define molecular <strong>E</strong>ndoty<strong>p</strong>es by <strong>U</strong>nbiased <strong>P</strong>roteomics in <strong>OA</strong> (or STEp-UP OA) consortium was established to discover whether protein concentrations in synovial fluid can be used to stratify osteoarthritis patients, to discover predictors of disease severity or future disease development, and to understand the biological role that synovial proteins play in disease pathogenesis. You will be responsible for supporting the consortium Working groups and for data management across 6 academic institutions in UK, Sweden, Canada, and the Netherlands.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to at least A-Level standard (or equivalent administrative qualifications/experience) with proven knowledge and experience of data management and monitoring activities. You will also have strong IT literacy and excellent interpersonal and organisational skills. Previous data management experience within a clinical research study or within a registered clinical trials unit, including data collection, cleaning and raising/resolving data queries is desirable, as is familiarity with REDCAp or similar clinical study databases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a 50% FTE position for 18 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Part-time Receptionist

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a. (pro-rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a part-time Receptionist to provide a professional, warm welcome to anyone entering the School of Geography and the Environment. The post holder will be expected to control access into the building and to respond to general enquiries, either face to face, by email or by telephone.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Receptionist will also be required to undertake general reception and clerical duties and will need to have a flexible attitude and friendly, helpful disposition. The post holder must be computer literate and a good team player with the ability to work on their own initiative.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will be well presented, polite and courteous, with excellent interpersonal skills, a good telephone manner and the ability to communicate with a range of people in what can be a demanding and busy environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The working hours are from 12.50pm to 6pm Monday to Friday.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 1 September 2021, and interviews will be taking place early September 2021.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Candidates with a good degree in psychology are invited to apply for the post of Graduate Research Assistant at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will work closely with Professors Anke Ehlers and David Clark on research evaluations of internet-delivered psychological treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder and social anxiety disorder and related conditions and their roll-out into the NHS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will assist in the administration of two clinical trials of internet-delivered psychological treatments, edit training materials for a therapist training website and online therapy modules, liaise with web developers and users of the internet-delivered therapy, interview patients with PTSD, and will assist with data entry and analysis. The post is funded from 1st September 2020 until 30 September 2022, with likely possibilities of extension through additional grants.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should have excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, good understanding of computers and software, knowledge of statistics and experimental design, and be experienced in the use of statistical packages such as SPSS. Prior experience with research on PTSD or social anxiety disorder and experience with video-editing and editing websites is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date: Midday on 1st September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Facilitator

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: ££32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Based within the Nuffield Department of Population Health, the Cancer Epidemiology Unit (CEU) seeks to provide large-scale reliable evidence on the relationships between common exposures and common conditions of public health importance such as prostate, breast, and colorectal cancers, cardiovascular disease and bone health.</div><br> <div>As Research Facilitator you will monitor and manage ethical and information governance approvals for the Unit&#8217;s studies, including the preparation and submission of applications, liaison with NHS ethics and University research governance teams, maintenance of regular study updates and progress reporting. You will also monitor and manage existing data linkage and service agreements, prepare and submit new applications for linkage, data sharing agreements and reports to data linkage partners and contribute to publications and presentations as appropriate.</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will hold a degree in a relevant subject, or have equivalent experience, and have experience in the conduct or coordination of a health research study. You will also be familiar with the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care research, have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to show initiative, be pro-active and work independently on a day-to-day basis without supervision.</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to Krys Baker (krys.baker@ndph.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 1st September 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Data Officer

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and organisation skills to join the Academic Records Office (ARO) within Student Registry.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The ARO is primarily responsible for maintaining the undergraduate student record on the University&#8217;s Student Record System (SITS), from registration through to examination results, along with the examination entries and results for postgraduate taught students. Therefore this post calls for a wide range of office and administrative skills to deal with the varied aspects of the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be a team player with the ability to also work independently and proactively when prioritizing tasks and responding to enquiries.&#160; You will deputise for the ARO Manager as required and have the ability to suggest and implement new administrative processes and systems with the ambition to learn and develop new skills.&#160; A good understanding and experience of using Microsoft Office and student record systems, experience of dealing with confidential data and working accurately under pressure is also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A strong level of education or equivalent is required, and experience of working in a busy institutional environment would be an advantage especially if this is within Higher Education.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is midday on Wednesday 1 September 2021.&#160; For further information on the role please contact aadadminsupport@admin.ox.ac.uk.</div> </div>

Specialist Occupational Health Nurse Advisor

Closes: Sept. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. pro-rata with a discretionary range to £44,045 p.a. pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford is seeking a&#160;Specialist Occupational Health Nurse Advisor to join their successful team on a part-time basis (0.6 FTE 3 days per week).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a Specialist Occupational Health Nurse Advisor who will thrive in the diversity of University life and enjoy working with employees from varied roles and professional backgrounds, and who will assist us to support our University aim to provide a positive, inclusive and safe working environment for all employees.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main elements of the role will include new starter reviews, fitness for work assessments, case management, projects and providing advice on workplace adjustments, and applicants will need to be proficient in these activities.&#160; On occasion the role may also include health surveillance, vaccinations and phlebotomy secondary to operational need. Updated training in health surveillance, vaccinations etc. can be organized if necessary.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need to be a Registered General Nurse, currently on the Nursing and Midwifery Council register. &#160;Ideally you will hold a degree level (or equivalent) post registration qualification in Occupational Health and/or be able to demonstrate relevant experience and competence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We would be willing to consider excellent candidates who show potential but have less experience and are seeking a development opportunity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to apply, click on the Apply Now button&#160;and follow the on-screen instructions to register as a new user or log-in if you have applied for a role at the University previously.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also be asked to upload a CV and a supporting statement. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications will be at 12.00 noon on Wednesday 1 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Energy Storage Laboratory Manager

Closes: Sept. 2, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in the range £32,817 - £40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a full-time Laboratory Manager to join our research team working on the SOLBAT project within the Faraday Institution, based in the Rex Richards building.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the general management of the Energy Storage Laboratory, providing a service to members of the research team, external partners and collaborators working in ES. You will support non-expert researchers using the analytical and battery fabrication tools, but will also have responsibilities for short-to-medium term projects in collaboration with key research partners on a variety of materials research topics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>With a good first degree in Chemistry or a closely related subject, you will have proven experience of ensuring the smooth operation of a university laboratory (or similar research environment). You will be able to work collaboratively as part of a team, building and maintaining effective working relationships with researchers and students from the Materials Department as well as visitors and collaborators from other University departments and industry. You will be well-organised and self-motivated with the ability to manage the day-to-day running of a research laboratory, able to identify and plan contingencies for potential issues that could disrupt research activity and to carry out appropriate research activities within a given time-scale.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our aim is to conduct internationally leading, challenging, and potentially transformative ES research, by providing: integration and extension of existing UK research excellence in energy materials; critical mass of international excellence; collaboration and co-ordination; sharing and accessing of new, state-of-the-art facilities; operating as a beacon for excellence in UK energy storage materials; and providing a pipeline of basic science innovations for UK industry. Oxford University is the lead for the ESPRC SuperGen Energy Storage Hub (Prof Bruce) that involves a large number of academic and industrial partners, who can be integrated into the evolving Royce ES programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is currently available until 31 March 2023, with the possibility to extend further, subject to funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must be made online using the Oxford University E-Recruitment system, no later than 12 noon on 2 September 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and a Supporting Statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled to take place on 13 September 2021 and you must be available on this date via Zoom.</div> </div>

Archives Digitisation Assistant (Knossos)

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417- £25,941 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Ashmolean Museum&#8217;s Department of Antiquities is seeking to recruit an Archives Digitisation Assistant (Knossos) to work on the digitisation of the Sir Arthur Evans Archive. You will be digitising the primary excavation archive for Sir Arthur Evan&#8217;s work at Knossos, consisting of around 10,000 individual items including notebooks, letters, photographs, drawings and plans.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working under the supervision of the Sir Arthur Evans Curator of Bronze Age and Classical Greece and the Digital Collections Team, you will create digital collection records to meet museum data standards for publication online. Making use of existing catalogues, you will create records for the Archive, down to item level as appropriate, using the Museum&#8217;s Collections Management System (MuseumPlus) and Digital Asset Management System. You will also assist with making the excavation archive more widely available, through the Ashmolean&#8217;s website and other digital outputs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of digitising archival records to ISAD(G) standards as well as relevant experience in digital collections management. You will also have excellent IT and data skills, including data entry, cleaning and processing.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term post (14 months), working 36.5 hours per week. Much of the role can be done remotely but you will be involved in some on-site collections management and imaging as part of the digitisation process, for which you will receive the appropriate training.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application. Your supporting statement should list each of the essential and desirable selection criteria, as shown in the job description, and explain how you meet each one. CVs will not be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (BST) on Friday&#160;3 September&#160;2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Law and Finance

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The MSc in Law and Finance (&#8216;MLF&#8217;) is a one-year taught Master&#8217;s degree, which offers students with a prior background in law the chance to develop an advanced interdisciplinary understanding of relevant economic and financial contexts. The Faculty of Law seeks additional teaching support for the MLF programme for the 2021-22 academic year, in the form of a fixed-term Departmental Lecturer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Faculty of Law consequently seeks to appoint a Departmental Lecturer to provide teaching support for the MLF teaching team, especially the MLF core course of <em>Law and Economics of Corporate Transactions</em> (&#8216;LECT&#8217;). In relation to the LECT course, the appointee will assist the convenor &#8211;Professor Thom Wetzer, Associate Professor of Law and Finance &#8211; with the development of new course materials and provide ongoing support with the provision of education. It is also anticipated that the successful appointee will assist with teaching in one or more MLF elective courses delivered by the Faculty of Law, for example <em>Principles of Financial Regulation</em>, and will provide support to the MLF team more broadly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold, or be close to completion of, a doctorate in a relevant subject, or an established record of accomplishment in research and a record of high-quality research and publication in Law and Finance commensurate with the applicant&#8217;s career experience; the ability to provide outstanding teaching to high-achieving students in the taught post-graduate&#160; programmes and especially in the MLF programme and administrative and pastoral skills, to work co-operatively with University and college administration and to deal effectively with the pastoral needs of graduate students.&#160; A familiarity with the transactional practice of corporate and financial law and/or with economic and financial analysis of corporate finance, corporate governance, and/or financial regulation is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time and fixed term until 30 September 2022 and will be based at the Law Faculty, St Cross Building, St Cross Road, Oxford, OX1 3UL.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Enquiries about the post may be addressed to Joanna McKenna, Senior Administrator for the Masters in Law and Finance and Postgraduate Taught Courses, joanna.mckenna@law.ox.ac.uk. Enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and to download further details (including the job description and selection criteria), please go to www.recruit.ox.ac.uk and search for Vacancy ID: 152161.&#160; The date for applications is midday on Friday 3 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates should arrange for <strong>1 item of written work</strong> (in total 6,000-10,000 words), published or unpublished to be sent in a single email to recruitment@law.ox.ac.uk by the closing date.&#160; Shortlisted applicants will be asked to arrange for three references to be submitted before the interviews take place.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

International Collaboration & Export Control Manager

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8, £41,536 - £49,553 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.)

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford is a world leader in research, engagement and innovation. &#160;Our research portfolio is global, with collaboration with researchers and research organisations around the world ubiquitous in all parts of the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The International Collaboration &amp; Export Control Manager is a new role in Research Services, recognising not just the importance of facilitating international collaboration but also that the risks associated with international collaboration are dynamic and growing in complexity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will take the lead in working with researchers, research student supervisors and with professional services colleagues in departments, divisions and University services to identify, mitigate and manage risks connected with international collaboration, including reputational, operational, regulatory, and security-related.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be the lead institutional adviser on export control regulations, managing the licence application preparation and submission, and developing an assurance approach around activities that fall within the scope of such regulations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role represents an exciting opportunity in a new and developing field of university research management and support, with significant scope to shape and develop the role and your career. Experience and/or a good working knowledge of export control regulations is important but of equal importance are the skills to convene and build communities of practice, to share experience and promote exchange of learning and best practice across a network of non-expert practitioners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Mary Beale (mary.beale@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 3 September 2021.</div> </div>

Post-doctoral Researcher, ‘Aftermath’ Project

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The post holder will be a member of the European Research Council Project, &#8220;Aftermath of the East Asian War of 1592-1598&#8221; (no. 758347), which is directed by Prof. Rebekah Clements and hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona together with the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting directly to Dr James Lewis at the University of Oxford, the post holder will be responsible for carrying out research on the social or economic history of post-Imjin Korea, taking into account the Imjin War and its aftermath in historical context. They will also provide guidance to junior members of the research group including research assistants, PhD students, and/or project volunteers. The post holder will be based in Oxford and will connect remotely with other members of the Aftermath project who are based in Barcelona and other locations worldwide.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a relevant doctorate or equivalent, together with relevant experience, demonstrable expertise in any aspect of the economic and social history of Chos&#335;n Korea, preferably of the Late Chos&#335;n period (ca. 1600 &#8211; 1870), and a clear interest in the effects of the Imjin War. The successful candidate will possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within established research programmes (particularly, the ability to use Classical Chinese and Modern Korean for research), native or near-native Korean language skills, and an ability to manage academic research. You will also have previous experience of contributing to publications/presentations, an ability to contribute ideas for new research projects, and excellent communication skills as defined by an excellent command of English, including academic English.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is based in central Oxford. This is a full-time, fixed-term position for 2 years, from 1 November 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 3 September 2021.</div> </div>

Research Fellow in the Law and Governance of Net Zero

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Research Fellow to lead on Oxford Net Zero which is a new initiative drawing on the University&#8217;s world-leading expertise in climate science and policy. The initiative will provide research and resources for policymakers and businesses at this critical juncture for international action on climate change. We seek an innovative and versatile independent legal researcher with an entrepreneurial academic mindset and the desire and ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be expected to help develop the Law and Governance of Net Zero workstream of Oxford Net Zero, to work with researchers across the Oxford Net Zero initiative, and to contribute to the research and impact of the Oxford Sustainable Law Programme. You will be an associate member of Oxford&#8217;s world-leading Faculty of Law. You will engage in research and publication at the highest level of climate change law and policy. You will initiate, implement and deliver innovative and high-value, legal and interdisciplinary research initiatives with a focus on the law and governance of net zero by developing new avenues of research, concepts and ideas to extend intellectual understanding and drive practical solutions. You will also provide academic supervision for research students and contribute to lectures and teaching.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must hold a relevant PhD/DPhil and an established reputation as an authority in the field. You will have a strong academic publication record, and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field. Experience of conducting independent research, including setting the strategic direction, is essential. You will have strong team-working skills and an interest to work in a multidisciplinary research setting, displaying a capacity for impactful engagement with stakeholders, as well as an ability to build new partnerships and win significant grants.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome and encouraged from women candidates and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. SoGE is committed to equality and values diversity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time post for 4 years. While this is a full-time role we can support flexible working arrangements (for instance if you have caring responsibilities) in agreement with the Director.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application. The supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience, and what your vision for the post and Oxford Net Zero more broadly looks like. Examples of your skills and experience may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post's closing date has been extended, originally it was Friday 16 July 2021. The closing date for applications is now 12:00 noon on Friday 3 September 2021, and interviews will be held in late September 2021.</div> </div>

Researcher in the Ethics of AI in Healthcare and Health Research

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS VACANCY HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 3rd SEPTEMBER 2021</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a full-time postdoctoral Researcher to conduct advanced collaborative and independent research on the ethics of AI in healthcare and health research. This exciting position offers the opportunity to join an internationally recognised ethics and social science research group engaging with practical ethical and social challenges raised by the introduction of artificial intelligence into healthcare. The primary focus will be to employ semi-structured interviews, focus groups, in combination with ethical analysis &#8211; to investigate ethical issues, including the issue of trust, in the development and deployment of AI tools in perinatal care.</div><br> <div>The Researcher will work under the supervision of Dr Angeliki Kerasidou at the Ethox Centre, Nuffield Department of Population Health.</div><br> <div>This post is fixed term for one year from the date of appointment with excellent opportunities for career development.</div><br> <div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health contains world renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Based within NDPH, The Ethox Centre is an internationally recognised multidisciplinary bioethics research centre and is a vibrant and intellectually exciting place to work.</div><br> <div>To be considered you will hold a PhD/DPhil in a relevant subject (e.g. bioethics, social science, practical ethics), together with previous relevant research experience in the field of bioethics, and have a demonstrable record of using qualitative methods (e.g. semi-structured interviews, focus groups). You will also have ability to work independently and manage own academic research, along with associated activities and ability to contribute ideas for new research projects and research income generation. Excellent communication skills, including the demonstrated ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings are also key to this role.&#160;For more information about the Ethox Centre please visit http://www.ethox.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>The position is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 12 months.</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on 3rd September 2021.</div> </div>

Study Room Assistant

Closes: Sept. 3, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 per annum pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>Study Rom Assistant Ashmolean Museum Grade 3: &#163;19,612 - &#163;22,417 per annum</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Ashmolean is looking to appoint a part time Study Room Assistant to help with the general coordination of Study Room activities and to provide administrative support to the Chair of Collections Committee. You will work closely with the Collections Managers and other staff to assist with the day-to-day coordination of the Study Rooms, including taking bookings, object retrieval, invigilation, maintenance, and administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent administrative and time-management skills, with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. The post-holder will also have an awareness of issues surrounding collections care and security, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Previous experience of working with and handling museum objects is also desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed term part-type post, working 25.55 hours per week (0.7 FTE) until 30 September 2023.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday on 3 September can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on 22 September 2021.</div> </div>

Buildings and Facilities Manager

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in range £32,817- £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Buildings and Facilities Manager to manage the CBF&#8217;s small facilities team at the Jenner Institute.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for supporting the operational management and continued development of the CBF. While accountable to the Head of CBF, you will report to and be line managed by the Senior Buildings and Facilities Manager, maintaining first class facilities, equipment and working environments to enable the building&#8217;s occupants to carry out their research activities. You will support specialist technical services provision for the CBF, including maintenance and fumigation in BSL2 laboratories and cleanrooms, as well as line manage the Facilities and Equipment Specialist to deliver office, laboratories and building services. Operating at all times within the CBF&#8217;s quality management system to ensure GMP compliance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential qualified to degree level in a relevant subject, such as Engineering or a Biological Sciences subject with demonstrable experience of Building and Facilities management at manager level and experience of project management in a scientific environment. You will have experience of line managing a team with the ability to recognise and respond to the diverse needs of research groups and deal with competing pressures and stakeholder expectations. Strong organisational skills with an eye for detail will be required.</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and you will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Your supporting statement must explain how you meet each of the selection criteria for the post using examples of your skills and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract until 31 March 2023, and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>152461</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 6 Sepetmber 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Communications and Engagement Officer

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an experienced Communications and Engagement Officer who will be responsible for the development and implementation of TABLE&#8217;s communication strategy. This is the ideal role for someone who has worked or has an interest in food sustainability or environmental policy and is able to support TABLE in our mission to create stronger dialogue among key stakeholders in the food sustainability debate.</div><br> <div>TABLE is a new global platform focused on the future of food. It seeks to facilitate informed discussions about how the food system can become sustainable, resilient, just, and ultimately &#8220;good&#8221;. We impartially set out the evidence, assumptions, and values that people bring to food system debates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will design, develop and implement an effective communications and engagement strategy, aligned with the TABLE strategic vision, to increase our audience, reach, profile and impact at an international level among policymakers, NGOs, academics, the food industry and internally within our own institutions &#8211; with a particular focus on the Global South. You will promote our new and existing resources through relevant media channels, including blogs, press releases, social media, videos and graphics and organise events.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be educated to degree level and a good broad knowledge of environmental sustainability, ideally with a focus on the intersections among food, environment and health. You will have a background in communications, with substantial experience in developing communications strategies to meet the needs of a variety of international stakeholders and of working across digital media, social channels, events and analytics in. You will be a strong collaborator, a creative thinker, a champion for inclusivity and have a commitment to sustainability goals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Excellent communication skills, with the ability to write with balance and nuance in our TABLE &#8216;voice&#8217; across a variety of different short formats and platforms are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome and encouraged from women, black, and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in posts in SoGE. SoGE and SSEE are committed to equality and value diversity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time post offered for 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 6 September 2021, and interviews will be in the week beginning 13 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Read more about TABLE at www.tabledebates.org.</div> </div>

Finance Manager

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 to £49,553 p.a. (with discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.)

<div> <p></p><div>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT, PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for an extremely well-organised and highly numerate individual to join the Mathematical Institute as departmental Finance Manager. Applications to work remotely for part of your weekly working hours may be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to, and working closely alongside, the Head of Administration and Finance, you will play a key role in overseeing the day-to-day finance operation for our world-leading mathematics department, and will take the lead in developing and implementing departmental financial plans.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will manage an annual turnover of &#163;30M, in addition to a portfolio of around 120 research grants of varying size, scope and complexity. You will act as trusted point of contact for timely and accurate financial information, which you will provide to the Head of Department, Head of Administration and Finance, and other departmental, divisional and University colleagues when required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As departmental Finance Manager, you will have the opportunity to play a key role in developing the overall financial health of the Institute, and in ensuring the department has in place effective and resilient financial processes and controls. You will supervise the day-to-day activities of your six team members and oversee their professional development.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for candidates with a professional accountancy qualification, supplemented by relevant previous experience of managing a finance function, including the implementation of financial processes and controls. You will have a proven ability to communicate complex information, both orally and in writing, and to develop good working relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders. You will demonstrate a high level of general IT competence including advanced Excel skills, and be able to work methodically and accurately when under pressure to meet competing deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We proudly hold a departmental Athena SWAN Silver Award and an institutional Race Equality Charter Bronze Award, which guide our progress towards advancing racial and gender equality. As part of our strategic aim to improve staff equality and diversity, we would particularly welcome applications from BAME candidates, who are currently under-represented in positions of this type within the department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss the role and the department in more detail, please contact Jocasta Gardner, Head of Administration and Finance, via email: <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:jocasta.gardner@maths.ox.ac.uk">jocasta.gardner@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>. Informal enquiries regarding the application process should be directed to the Recruitment Coordinator (email: <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk">vacancies@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>), quoting vacancy reference 152370.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should read the job description document before writing their application. You will be required to upload a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria, a curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Monday 6 September 2021 can be considered. Interviews will be taking place on Wednesday 22 September 2021.</div> </div>

Finance Supervisor

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 p.a

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Permanent, Full-time</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are open for an enthusiastic and organised Finance Supervisor who will play an integral role in the day to day financial management of the department. &#160;You will provide support to the Finance Manager to ensure the smooth running of the finance office including accounts payable, accounts receivable, journals, and other finance support responsibilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will supervise the Finance Team, consisting of three Finance Assistants, with a strong emphasis on the first-time-right approach to practices, ensuring correct expenditure against General Ledger and Research Projects whilst maintaining compliance with the financial rules and regulations of the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will run and maintain several financial reports; monitoring, recording and acting on the outputs in line with the expectations of the University&#8217;s month-end procedures. You will ensure and manage correct segregation of duties across all functions to minimise risks to the University and actively look to make continuous improvement in the delivery of the financial services to research groups. You will need to maintain good working relationships with key suppliers and the University's Central Finance Team and be proactive in resolving issues. You will promote professional development within the team, be able to conduct and lead meetings, and give personal development reviews to members of the Finance Team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants need to have experience in financial administration and be competent using Microsoft Word, Excel and databases. You will need to have experience in interpreting financial policies and have excellent standards of communication with the ability to adapt between stakeholders depending on your audience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available immediately and will be based in Sherrington Building, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be directed to the Senior Research and Finance Manager at wanda.groenewald@dpag.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>midday on Monday 6th September 2021.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held on the <strong>week beginning 20th September 2021.&#160;</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We, as a Department and Community, will be considerate and welcoming of all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity. We acknowledge societal inequalities and how these impact us, and those around us, personally and professionally. &#8211; DPAG Statement of Inclusion</div> </div>

Head of Trials Monitoring & Training

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 - £55,750 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) contains world-renowned population health research groups and provides an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary research and teaching. The Clinical Trial Service Unit (CTSU) is a major international research institute within the NDPH, and is one of the world&#8217;s leading centres for research into chronic diseases, such as cancer and heart disease.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to join the CTSU team and help develop innovative, practice-changing trials. As Head of Trials Monitoring &amp; Training you will support CTSU trials research activity by promoting quality and improving performance, and by ensuring that CTSU meets its legal obligations when conducting clinical trials. Joining an existing team of clinicians, trial monitors, epidemiologists, statisticians, programmers and study management staff, you will become a major contributor to the ongoing development of innovative monitoring methodology within CTSU, including the remote monitoring of studies.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have a degree in Biological science and/or profession allied to medicine/nursing and experience of working in clinical trials (in particular CTIMPs), with in-depth knowledge of clinical trials regulations (within UK and world-wide) and proportionate application of such guidelines. You will also have excellent communication and leadership skills and the ability to work effectively under pressure.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 3 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 6th September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Stem Cell Biology

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a. (with a discretionary range up to £44,045) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Stem Cell Biology based at the Ahmed Group at the Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine. The position is funded by Ovarian Cancer Action and will aim to model ovarian cancer initiation using organoid systems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The study will utilize cutting edge genome editing technologies and aims to establish the identity of key genomic alterations that accompany tumor initiation. The post-holder will be in a position to make a substantial contribution to furthering understanding tumor initiation and evolution of ovarian cancer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position would suit a candidate who is interested in developing a career in &#160;the role of stem cell biology in cancer initiation. Ideally, you will have recent experience, gained through a PhD, of stem cell biology, genome editing, organotypic models and microscopy. The position would suit an ambitious researcher who is looking to develop an independent career in biomedical sciences with a focus on Cancer and stem cell biology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be able to work as part of a team and independently and deliver results to the required standard and schedule. You should also possess the ability to organise and prioritise your own work with minimal supervision and have excellent communication skills, both written and oral. The post will involve extensive interactions with collaborators in the Biomedical Sciences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is full-time and fixed-term for 30 months in the first instance. Applications for flexible working arrangements are welcomed and will be considered in line with business needs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and Supporting Statement as part of your online application. Click here for information and advice on writing an effective Supporting Statement: https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/cv-and-supporting-statement</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 6 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum (A less experienced candidate may be appointed at Grade 6 (£29,176 - £34,804 p.a.) with a commensurate adjustment in essential criteria, responsibilities and duties)

<div> <p></p><div>This is an exciting opportunity for a postdoctoral research scientist to make a substantial contribution to a MRC funded multi-disciplinary research programme led by Professor Huiling Tan. The project aims to: investigate the role of oscillatory electrophysiological brain activities in motor control, affective processing and decision making; understand how abnormal interactions between brain cells cause symptoms in neurological and psychiatric disorders; use invasive and non-invasive brain stimulation to probe the causal relationship between neural network dynamics and behaviour; leverage these insights to pioneer closed-loop approaches to therapeutic brain stimulation for better treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders.</div><br> <div>The postholder will manage their own academic research and administrative activities including small scale project management and to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines.&#160; They will also provide guidance to junior members of the research group including research assistants, PhD students and/or project volunteers.&#160; The postholder will prepare working theories and analyse qualitative and/or quantitative data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining theories as appropriate, they will also contribute ideas for new research projects.</div><br> <div>It is essential that the successful candidate hold or is close to completing a relevant PhD/DPhil or equivalent in a quantitative discipline (e.g. computer science, engineering, physics) or neuroscience.&#160; It is also vital that the postholder has experience with designing, programming and setting up experiments with human participants with simultaneous electrophysiological records (such as EEG, LFP, MEG) or brain stimulation manipulation.&#160; Strong programming skills and experience in signal processing are also essential to the role.</div><br> <div>It would be beneficial if the postholder has experience of computational modelling and machine learning algorithms and experience in real-time signal acquisition and processing.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is full-time for a fixed-term of up to 30 months in the first instance.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 6th September 2021 will be considered.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p/a

<div> <p></p><div>The post holder will join the Social Body Lab to take a lead role in carrying out research for the project &#8220;Does social support buffer fatigue? A social-developmental approach&#8221;.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This highly interdisciplinary project, funded by the James S. McDonnell Foundation, investigates the effects of perceived social support on fatigue and performance in physical activity, and how effects vary across individuals with different relevant developmental experiences (see here for more information). The research is situated within a broad evolutionary-developmental approach to human physiology, cognition and behaviour, and requires a transdisciplinary understanding of social, psychological and physiological aspects of human behaviour and performance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be expected to be able to work independently to design and implement research of an international standard, and to collaborate with project members in Oxford and beyond across multiple disciplines. &#160;You will have, or be close to completion of, a PhD in Psychology (Social, Developmental, Cognitive or Exercise), Anthropology (Cognitive or Evolutionary) and/or Physiology (Exercise) or a closely related field.&#160; You will have experience in experimental research design and data collection and in physiological and/or psychological measurement.&#160; You will have expertise in the statistical analysis of quantitative data using R or similar languages.&#160; A commitment and adherence to principles of research integrity, including open science practices, experience in contributing to publications, and excellent communication skills are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is to be held in the UK and regular presence in Oxford will be required.</div><br> <div>We are open to discussing the possibility of flexible working hours within the scope and constraints of the role. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility you need and we will explore what is possible for the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time and fixed-term until June 2024. The start date is January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The deadline for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Monday 6th September 2021</strong>. &#160;We anticipate that interviews will take place remotely, in the week commencing 27th September 2021. &#160;Therefore, candidates invited to an interview will need equipment and internet connection suitable for a video call.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For queries about the role and project contact: Dr Emma Cohen (Principal Investigator) <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:emma.cohen@anthro.ox.ac.uk">emma.cohen@anthro.ox.ac.uk</a>.&#160;&#160;<strong>The deadline for any such queries is 29th August 2021</strong>; Dr Cohen will not be available to answer after this date.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For other recruitment queries contact: <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:recruit@anthro.ox.ac.uk">recruit@anthro.ox.ac.uk</a></div> </div>

Programme Manager for the TABLE platform

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>TABLE is a new global platform for knowledge synthesis, for reflective, critical thinking and for inclusive stakeholder dialogue on priority concerns and contestations around the future of food.&#160; It seeks to facilitate informed discussions about how the food system can become sustainable, resilient, just, and ultimately &#8220;good&#8221;. We impartially set out the evidence, assumptions, and values that people bring to food system debates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Programme Manager will oversee all aspects of the day-to-day operational management of the platform, working closely with the TABLE Director. This includes supporting the team across all three partner universities in driving the programme forwards and expanding, and in managing our activities in order to meet our objectives and performance indicators. You will be responsible for co-ordinating activities with academics and stakeholders in the UK and overseas. Your role will include project management; monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment, reporting, events organisation and in supporting other team members in their communications and outreach activities. You will also be liaising with the finance and other administrative departments both at Oxford and across our partner institutions to ensure effective budgeting and to manage due diligence and legal compliance processes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must have Master&#8217;s degree in a relevant discipline. You will have a strong track record in programme &#160;management, preferably in a University environment, including communications, events, stakeholder engagement and policy engagement. You will have excellent financial management skills with experience of budget administration, forecasting and reporting. Excellent communication, presentation and writing skills with a proven ability to develop effective relationships with other institutions and partners are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome and encouraged from women, black, and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in posts in SoGE. SoGE and SSEE are committed to equality and value diversity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time post offered for 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 6 September 2021, and interviews will be in the week beginning 13 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Read more about TABLE at www.tabledebates.org.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Project Researcher - 'Re-connecting “Objects”: Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in and beyond Museums'

Closes: Sept. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Post-Doctoral Researcher: Re-connecting 'Objects': Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in and beyond Museums</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for the position of Researcher for the <em>Re-connecting 'Objects': Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in and beyond Museums</em> project, based at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term position for <strong>42 months, from 1 October 2021 to 30 March 2025.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In the context of anti-racist, decolonising and cultural reparation movements worldwide, &#8216;Reconnecting &#8220;Objects&#8221;&#8217; aims to interrogate the histories of colonial collections, reconnect interrupted chains of knowledge, and examine alternative forms of co-curation in African and European museums. Funded by a 1.5 million Euro Volkswagenstiftung grant, the project brings together researchers, artists, curators, students and stakeholders on both continents. It is led by <strong>B&#233;n&#233;dicte Savoy</strong>&#160;(Technische Universit&#228;t, Berlin),&#160;<strong>Albert Gouaffo</strong>&#160;(University of Dschang),&#160;<strong>Dan Hicks</strong>&#160;(Oxford),&#160;<strong>Malick Ndiaye</strong>&#160;(Cheikh Anta Diop University) and&#160;<strong>Ciraj Rassool</strong>&#160;(University of the Western Cape).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The project team will curate a multi-sited anti-colonial exhibition in Oxford and Dakar during the 2024 Dak'art Biennale, involving contemporary African artists and African artworks from European museums. Epistemic plurality is at the core of this project: cross-fertilizing multiple approaches, learning from practices beyond museums, and developing a digital &#8220;anti-catalogue&#8221;.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Researcher will dedicate 40% of their time to the exhibition and other collaborative project outcomes, and 60% to their own research on related themes (broadly conceived). Reporting to Dan Hicks, they will join a growing research group around African art, heritage and restitution, with multiple current international collaborations across Africa, Europe and North America.</div><br> <div>For further information please see&#160;: https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/news-press/news/cultural-heritage-what-yesterday-teaches-us-for-tomorrow</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For a presentation of the project by the PI'ss: https://youtu.be/HAfW-zdc-oI</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold a PhD in History of Art, Anthropology, or another relevant Humanities or Social Science discipline, completed before 1 July 2021. The post will start on 1 October 2021, or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts at the University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply, please send a CV, and a covering letter setting out your reasons for applying and how you meet the selection criteria. Applications must be received is <strong>12 noon on Monday 6 September 2021.</strong> We expect that interviews will be held in the week beginning 20 September.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Single Molecule Biophysics

Closes: Sept. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,320 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Single Molecule Biophysics to work under the supervision of Professor Madhavi Krishnan for a period of 12 months. We are looking for a highly motivated and capable single molecule scientist to take our newly established single molecule electrometry technique forward into the next phase (Nature Nanotechnology 2017). Biomolecular measurement systems of interest include protein phosphorylation, antigen-antibody binding and a host of other examples where small changes in molecular electrical charge need to be measured with high precision. In general projects in the group centre around optical imaging and spectroscopy, biochemistry and nanofabrication techniques. The work also relies on theory and simulation, specifically focusing on numerical mean-field electrostatics calculations and Brownian Dynamics simulations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold a PhD in in biophysics, physics, biochemistry, physical chemistry, or a related area, (or be close to completion) prior to taking up the appointment. The research requires expertise in, single molecule fluorescence experiments: specifically in building or modifying experimental set-ups for optical imaging and spectroscopy, and experience with data analysis, with the ability to perform basic biochemical work with proteins and DNA, e.g., fluorescence labelling, enzymatic reactions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be expected to manage your own academic research and administrative activities, this involves small scale project management, coordinating multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. You will also test hypothesis and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining hypothesis as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Department of Chemistry, Chemistry Research Laboratory,</div><br> <div>12 Mansfield Road, OX1 3TA and is available as soon as possible.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday, Tuesday 7 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford is a Bronze Athena SWAN holder and the Department of Chemistry is a Silver award holder. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Oxford Medical Alumni Relations Manager

Closes: Sept. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Currently reporting to the Director of Alumni Relations at the University, alongside a dotted line into the Medical Sciences Division, this strategically important role will take responsibility for maintaining relationships with over 15,000 medical alumni around the world through a series of events, reunions and communications vehicles. Working closely with the President of Oxford Medical Alumni, the successful candidate will plan and deliver a regular programme of reunions and ad hoc events, produce a biannual newsletter, manage web and social media platforms, maintain the database and act as Secretary to the OMA Advisory Board. You will also be responsible for dealing with queries from alumni and managing the OMA budget.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Proactive and collaborative in your approach, you will continually look for ways to fortify the sense of connection and engagement amongst the medical alumni.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will come armed with strong organisational skills, communications and event management experience, including budget management and the ability to prioritise and work under pressure. Due to events being held in the evenings and at weekends, flexibility will be critical to the role as you will occasionally need to work outside of normal working hours. Experience of working in a higher education environment would be highly desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date is 12 noon on 9 September 2021. Interviews are likely to be held w/c 27 September.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (CCR)

Closes: Sept. 10, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £34,804 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Centre for Corporate Reputation (CCR), Sa&#239;d Business School, Park End Street, Oxford</div><br> <div>Fixed term of three years</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellowship with an interest and experience in conducting empirical research on applying education and entertainment principles for promoting pro-environmental actions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Research Fellow, who will be based within the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation (CCR) at the Sa&#239;d Business School, will work closely with members of the School&#8217;s faculty, particularly with the projects co-investigators, Professor Alan Morrison and Dr Stefania Innocenti (Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment). Specifically, the Research Fellow will collaborate with the co-investigators on a project titled <em>Edutainment and Climate change</em>. The project will assess the potential of gamification as a policy tool in the context of climate change. The project will explore whether video games and virtual reality (VR) environments can be used to foster pro-environmental actions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The research scope is broad, and applicants are encouraged to bring their own related research ideas and projects into this role, as well as to develop new projects with Oxford Sa&#239;d&#8217;s faculty and the CCR.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will conduct academic research under the direction and guidance of, and in collaboration with, the co-investigators; conduct data analysis, literature review, write up results to be publishable in the premier peer-reviewed academic journals and research findings to academic and practitioner audiences. Organise all project documentation (including data and reproduction files); liaise with all project partners and handle day-to-day research project management tasks and be an active participate in CCR activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold, or be close to completion, of a Doctoral degree (DPhil, PhD) in economics, public policy, sociology, geography, management science with a strong quantitative focus. The candidate should demonstrate experience with designing and running quantitative experiments, excellent knowledge of econometric and statistical methods (with R or Stata); working with experimental and survey datasets and/or micro data and in producing high-quality data analysis with minimal guidance and ability to publish in premier social science journals. The successful candidate will possess the ability to work independently as well as in a team environment and have excellent oral and written communication skills and data management abilities as well as be an active member of CCR.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It would be desirable if the candidate has experience and interest in environmental economics; willingness to collaborate with faculty members and CCR staff to produce teaching case studies and has experience of working in a research team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. Please submit two references with your application. To apply for this role and for further details, please click on the below link.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 10 September 2021.</div> </div>

Administrative Assistant (OMPTEC, Future of Work, Future of Development)

Closes: Sept. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Martin School is seeking an enthusiastic and well organised Administrative Assistant to provide support to a portfolio of three research programmes</div><br> <ul><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change (OMPTEC)</li><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Work</li><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Development</li><br> </ul><br> <div>The successful candidate will support Professor Ian Goldin, Director of the Future of Work; Future of Development and OMPTEC programmes as well as the wider research teams, carrying out key administrative duties to a high professional standard and acting as a first point of contact for administrative enquiries relating to the three research programmes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team working on vital issues and will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to gain experience across a range of administrative areas and executive support, working within the three research programmes and the wider Administrative team in the Oxford Martin School.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have experience of managing administrative processes, be able to organise events and make travel arrangements, and of diary management. As well as having a strong attention to detail, you will also be able to work independently and manage your own busy and varies workload. This role will require discretion as it may involve access to confidential or sensitive information.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience of working within a Higher Education Institution would be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is fixed term for two years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Oxford Martin School supports the University&#8217;s commitment in fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of its staff and students are respected. We are eager to receive applications from a diverse pool of candidates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars, including details of how to apply, can be obtained from the document below. Applications for this vacancy should be made online and you will be required to upload a CV and&#160;supporting statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Monday 13th September can be considered.</div> </div>

Programmes Manager (OMPTEC, Future of Work, Future of Development)

Closes: Sept. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Martin School is seeking to recruit a Programmes Manager to provide operational oversight to the following programmes</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <ul><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change (OMPTEC)</li><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Work</li><br> <li>Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Development</li><br> </ul><br> <div>The post holder will be joining a dynamic team working on vital issues, and be responsible for the effective and efficient management and administration of the programmes. They will be working closely with Professor Goldin, Director of the Future of Development; Technological and Economic Change; and Future of Work Programmes, and with the lead researchers. The post holder will be responsible for the monitoring and reporting of progress, including the provision of high-level budget oversight. They will play a key role in building links between the researcher groups and with research groups in and out of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a strong track record in project management, preferably in a research context, including research award management, budgeting and forecasting, communications, events, stakeholder engagement and policy engagement. You will need to be highly organised and possess the abilities to work to tight deadlines, managing and prioritise your own workload.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A research or academic background in an area related to one or more of the programmes would be an advantage as we would like the post holder to play an active role in identifying common themes and areas of interest across the three programmes, facilitating cross-programme working, and identifying and supporting applications for further funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is fixed term for two years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Oxford Martin School supports the University&#8217;s commitment in fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of its staff and students are respected. We are eager to receive applications from a diverse pool of candidates. Further particulars, including details of how to apply, can be obtained from the document below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy should be made online and you will be required to upload a&#160;CV and supporting statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Monday 13th September can be considered.</div> </div>

Researcher (TABLE)

Closes: Sept. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £38,017 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a researcher/writer to work for TABLE www.tabledebates.org.&#160; TABLE is &#160;a new global platform for knowledge synthesis, for reflective, critical thinking and for inclusive stakeholder dialogue on priority concerns and contestations around the future of food.&#160; It seeks to facilitate informed discussions about how the food system can become sustainable, resilient, just, and ultimately &#8220;good&#8221;. We impartially set out the evidence, assumptions, and values that people bring to food system debates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be writing clear, balanced and thoughtful analytical pieces for professionals who work in the food systems space.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These include people working for NGOs, policy makers, the food industry as well as students and academics. These pieces will be peer reviewed and published on the TABLE website and as such will be read by a large and global audience. You will draw upon various materials, including our podcasts, webinars and our online dialogue platform (currently in development) as well as on literature reviews. The goal is to help stakeholders reach a better understanding of the reasons for food related agreements and disagreements, while highlighting areas that hold promise for more collaborative thinking and consensus. You will also collaborate with other team members in the production of short explanatory videos, in organising events and other TABLE activities, and speaking as appropriate.&#160; You will manage your own academic research and administrative activities in a highly independent and proactive manner.</div><br> <div>You must hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil in a relevant discipline or have at a minimum a Master&#8217;s degree and considerable experience of research and writing in a field such as journalism or as a researcher for an NGO or think tank. You will have excellent and demonstrable understanding of issues relating to food systems and sustainability. Excellent writing skills with demonstrable ability to write in a critically engaged, balanced, and impartial way for non-specialist audiences is essential. You will have experience in conducting stakeholder interviews.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcome and encouraged from women, black, and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in posts in SoGE. SoGE and SSEE are committed to equality and value diversity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time post offered for 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 13 September 2021, and interviews will be in the week beginning 20 September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Read more about TABLE at www.tabledebates.org.</div> </div>

Research Assistant

Closes: Sept. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176-£34,804 p.a., pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Social Policy and Intervention is seeking a Research Assistant to work with Dr Helen Kowalewska on her New Investigator Grant for a project examining gender inequalities in employment across advanced welfare states. This part of the project seeks to understand regional variations in gender inequalities in labour market outcomes across 20 European countries.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will take the lead in gathering and managing cross-national survey data, as well as having the opportunity to co-author journal articles based on the results. You will hold a first degree and be working towards a doctorate in a relevant subject. With previous experience of using the European Social Survey dataset (or similar), you will have excellent communication skills, including the ability to convey complex data and write text that can be published. You will have experience in carrying out multi-level regression modelling independently, along with an intersectional approach to analysis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Past experience of working in a research team, contributing to research publications, and knowledge around gender, employment and welfare states, and / or intersectionality would also be beneficial.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term, variable hours post for six months, with the possibility of extension.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department is&#160;committed to fostering an environment of equality, diversity and inclusion. The hours may be worked flexibly to complement caring responsibilities.&#160;We especially encourage women and people from underrepresented groups to apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information, including how to apply, is available in the attached job description. Any further enquires may be directed to the email address below.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received by 12.00 noon on&#160;15 September 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held&#160;on 30th September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Social Cognition

Closes: Sept. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We welcome applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Social Cognition.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and motivated researcher to join a team led by Prof Geoff Bird (Oxford) and Dr Caroline Catmur (King&#8217;s College London) to work on a project funded by the Templeton Foundation entitled &#8216;The Role of Cultural Evolution in Human Understanding&#8217;.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full time, fixed-term post is funded from 1st January 2022 until 30 September 2024.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will independently manage your own academic and associated administrative duties, and design and conduct research to international standards. The role will involve carrying out a series of studies investigating the contribution of cultural learning to the understanding of others&#8217; minds in adulthood, using experimental psychological approaches and measurement of physiological signals such as galvanic skin response. The project may involve testing neuro-diverse volunteers and/or developmental populations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold (or be near to completion of) a PhD/DPhil in a closely related discipline with the ability to communicate their research, objectives, and interests effectively within a research environment.&#160; Applicants do not necessarily need to have worked in social cognition but an interest in the subject would be an advantage. A proven track record of research experience and the ability to work effectively in a team or independently is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required due to the possibility of working with children.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 midday on 20th September, with interviews scheduled for the week commencing the 27th September.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement detailing why you want this role and how you might investigate how humans understand each other, alongside your CV, as part of your online application. Please also include the details of two referees we can contact immediately.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please see the link below.</div> </div>

Senior Research Fellow in Strategy

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: RSIV, Competitive Salary

<div> <p></p><div>Sa&#239;d Business School wishes to appoint an internationally leading academic in the field of Strategy. This is a permanent, full-time faculty position based at Sa&#239;d Business School, Park End Street, Oxford. Proven academic distinction can be recognised by the University by the award of the title of Professor upon appointment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will join a leading group of scholars who take a broad view of strategy, including market and non-market strategy and private sector, public sector and civil society organizations. The postholder is expected &#160; to undertake advanced research in the area of strategy published to high academic standards in top tier journals; to provide leadership contributing to the direction of research within the Strategy faculty group; to supervise and mentor on research undertaken by students and early career researchers; to deliver outstanding teaching on graduate and executive education programmes, particularly on the MBA/EMBA programmes, to take part in examining and to design of the related teaching curriculum. The postholder will engage with external organisations/institutions to disseminate research and impact; to lead on grants in collaboration with academic colleagues and other partner institutions. The postholder supervise graduate students as and when requested to do so and will act in a formal administrative leadership capacity and contribute to the life of the School.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a doctorate in a relevant discipline with an established substantial international academic background, committed to a programme of intellectually rigorous, up-to-date, and relevant research in the field published in top tier journals. The candidates should possess the leadership capability required to conceive, initiate and manage a significant programme of research on contemporary issues in Strategy, including here attracting external research support. The successful candidate will have a proven record of and commitment to outstanding teaching in strategy, both on graduate and executive education programmes, particularly MBA/EMBA. The successful candidate will possess willingness and experience of supervising and mentoring graduate, doctoral students including early career colleagues. The successful candidate will contribute to the development and management of the Strategy, Innovation and Marketing (SIM) faculty group, Sa&#239;d Business School and the wider University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Salary will be competitive relative to senior-level appointments in Strategy and proven academic distinction can be recognised by the University by the award of the title of Professor upon appointment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information (including details about how to apply) can be obtained from the further particulars document below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are to be made online. The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon Friday 15th October 2021</strong>. Should you have any queries please contact &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="FacultyHR@sbs.ox.ac.uk">FacultyHR@sbs.ox.ac.uk&#160;</a></div> </div>

Internal Applicants only - NMH TSS Registration

Closes: Dec. 31, 2021, noon; salary: Various

<div> <p></p><p>NMH Registration only - If you have already applied via the Disability Advisory Service and have been issued the link by the TSS, please select 'Apply now' to complete your registration form.</p> </div>

Temporary Administrative Assistant

Closes: Dec. 31, 2022, noon; salary: Competitive rates of pay

<div> <p></p><p>The University of Oxford is inviting applicants with suitable administrative and clerical skills to register with the Temporary Staffing Service, an internal service supplying University departments with temporary staff.</p><br> <p>Assignments range in length and a mixture of working patterns will be available, accommodating those who require flexibility, or just enjoy variety. The University has various sites located across Oxford, but the majority of assignments will be based in the City Centre and Headington areas.</p><br> <p>The Temporary Staffing Service can offer competitive rates of pay and generous holiday entitlement of 38 days per annum (pro rata) including Bank Holidays and fixed closure dates.</p><br> <p>Applicants to the &#8216;Admin &amp; Clerical&#8217; pool should be able to demonstrate skills and experience in one or more of the following fields:</p><br> <p>&#8226; Administration<br> <br>&#8226; Clerical/Office Support<br> <br>&#8226; PA/Secretarial<br> <br>&#8226; Reception</p><br> <p>You should also be available to start work at short notice, or approaching the end of another commitment</p><br> <p>This is an exciting opportunity for those who already have experience working at the University and are seeking the flexibility and variety that temporary work can offer, or for those looking to develop the practical experience of University systems and procedures often featured in the selection criteria for permanent vacancies.</p><br> <p>If you are interested in working for the Temporary Staffing Service, please read the additional information for applicants and send a copy of your CV using the email address below, or call us to speak to one of our recruitment team.</p><br> <p>To find out more about the Temporary Staffing Service, visit our <a rel="nofollow" href="http:%20//www.admin.ox.ac.uk/tss">website</a></p> </div>