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All vacancies within University of Oxford

There are currently 200 vacancies within University of Oxford:

Title Closes Salary
Academic Programmes Assistant (PGR/PGT) Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 with a discretionary range to £28,331 per annum
Apprentice Animal Technician Sept. 27, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1a: £20,047 per year
Numata Professorship of Buddhist Studies Sept. 27, 2021, noon not specified
Part-time Research Assistant; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES) Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614-£35,326 p.a. pro rata
Personal Assistant and Governance Administrator Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p,a with a discretionary range to £34,303 p.a
Postdoctoral Neuroscientist Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Drosophila RNA biology Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Glial and Computational Biology Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Innate Immunity and Inflammation Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 – £40,927 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES) (2 posts) Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309-£40,927 (discretionary range to £44,706)
Research Administrator; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES) Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341-£28,756 p.a.
Research Assistant in Single Cell Genomics Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 6: £ 29,614 - £ 35,326, with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum
Researcher in Health Economics Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 to £40,322 per annum
Senior Group Leader x 2 posts Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 10: £56,587 - £65,574 with a discretionary range to £71,638 per annum
Senior Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence Sept. 27, 2021, noon RSIV: salary in the range £90 to £110k per annum
Shelving Assistant Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum, pro rata
Software Engineer and Data Scientist Sept. 27, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 per annum
PA to the Director of Estates Sept. 28, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum
Senior Health Care Assistant Sept. 28, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a
Trusts and Foundations Officer - GLAM Sept. 28, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,706)
CRISPR molecular & cell biologist Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Data Governance Officer Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum With reduced responsibilities, this post can be offered as a Grade 6: £29,176 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum
Facilities, Health & Safety Manager Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) p.a.
PLATCOV - Clinical Researcher Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade E65: Salary in range £34,563 - £59,845 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum
Postdoctoral researcher in machine learning for healthcare Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Programme Administrator Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum
Programme Administrator for the Freedom of Religious and Belief Leadership Network Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. pro rata
Quality Assurance Manager Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum (with a discretionary range to £54,131 p.a.)
Research Assistant in Developmental Genomics, Genetics and Cell Biology Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum
Research Culture Facilitator Sept. 29, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. (pro rata for part time)
Clinical Psychologist, Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526-£49,553 (discretionary range to £54,131) per annum
Departmental Lecturer in Operations Management Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
MPhil and MSc Coordinator Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum
Personal Assistant & Administrator, Innovation & Engagement Team Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.
Post-Doctoral Scientist in Transplantation Science Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Computational Chemistry Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 P.A.
Postdoctoral Research Associate – Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 P.A.
Research Assistant on the SCorCH Project Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 6: Salary in the range of £29,614 - £33,309 p.a.
Senior Clinical Research Fellow Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade E82: £82,096 - £110,683 p.a.
Senior Manager Therapy Acceleration Laboratory (TAL) Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,835 - £56,587 per annum
Systems Administrator Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Web Content and Communications Officer Sept. 30, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 (pro rata)
Apprentice Facilities Support Assistant Oct. 1, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1: £20,047 p.a.
Category Buyer Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Customer Service Assistant (Weekends) Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 3: £20,092 - £22,847 p.a., pro rota
Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8 - £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. with a discretionary range up to £54,943
Deputy Head of Academic Administration Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. (with discretionary range to £54,943 p.a.)
Early Career Research Fellow in Ethics in AI - Moral/Political Philosophy (Corpus Christi) Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7.1 : £33,309 - £40,927.a.
Grants Finance Officer Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804
HR Administrator (Faculty Services) Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum
IT Support Officer Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a.
Lifeguard/Sports Assistant Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 p.a.
Maintenance Engineer Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum with a discretionary range to £34,304 per annum
Part-time Lifeguard/Sports Assistant Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 p.a. (pro rata)
Part-time Receptionist Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 3: £20,092- £22,847 (with a discretionary range to £24,871) per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metabolomics Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postgraduate Academic Administrator Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.
Programme & Materials Officer (0.6 FTE) Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (full time equivalent)
Project Officer - Ashmolean Museum Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (with a discretionary range to £38,587)
Research Associate on Ethical Web and Data Architectures Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a.
SCG Early Career Research Fellow at SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence in Chemistry Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296
Senior Statistical Geneticist Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 to £49,553 per annum
Stores and Goods-in Assistant Oct. 1, 2021, noon Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 with a discretionary range to £24,461 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Advanced Numerical Optimisation in Magnetic Resonance Oct. 4, 2021, midnight Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Administrative Assistant Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum pro-rata
Administrative Assistant (Part Time) Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a. (pro rata)
Administrative Officer (Maternity Cover) Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (pro rata)
Apprentice Recruitment Assistant Oct. 4, 2021, noon Apprentice Grade 1: £20,047 p.a.
Biophysical Assay Development & Screening Scientist Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum
Events and Alumni Officer Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 5: £25,941 - £30,942 per annum, pro rota
Imaging Facility Manager Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 per annum
MSc Course Administrator Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.
Part-time TORCH International Officer (maternity cover) Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. (pro rata)
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Solid State Chemistry Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Haematopoietic Stem Cell Biology Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Project Engineer Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a.
Research Assistant in Antimicrobial Resistance Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum, with discretionary range to £38,017 per annum
Senior Biostatistician Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 p.a.
Senior Grants Officer Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 p.a.
TOAST Trial Manager Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Trial Manager; Oxford Precision Psychiatry Lab (Maternity Cover) Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309-£40,927 p.a.
Trial Master File (TMF) Administrator Oct. 4, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 – £35,326 p.a.
Head of Humanities Division Oct. 4, 2021, 11:59 p.m. not specified
Design Studio Administrator Oct. 5, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 (with a discretionary range to £28,756) per annum
PR Executive Oct. 5, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (with discretionary range to £34,304)
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Structure-informed studies of the extracellular region of the human notch receptor in health & disease Oct. 5, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Machine Learning in Cardiovascular Medicine Oct. 5, 2021, noon Grade 7: £ 32,817- £ 40,322 per annum
Academic Administration Assistant Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847-£26,341
Career Coach and Employee Relations Manager Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 8: £38,511 to £45,954 (with a discretionary range to £50,200) per annum
Employee Relations Manager Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum
Library Assistant Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum (pro rata)
Part-Time Reservations Assistant Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum pro rata
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Energy System Analytics Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Scientist & Laboratory Manager Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7 £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Programme Manager, MSC & Diplomas Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £38,587 per annum
Project Research Pharmacist Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 to £40,927 with a discretionary range to £44,706 per annum
Research Support Specialist Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Senior Computer Security Specialist Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum
Weekend/Evening Library Assistant (Part time, Term-time Only) Oct. 6, 2021, noon Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum (pro rata)
MSc Archaeology Administrator Oct. 6, 2021, 5 p.m. Grade 5: £26,341 -£34,304 per annum (pro rata)
Associate Professor of Radiocarbon Science Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 10a (36S) £48,835 - £65,574 per annum
Clinical Research Fellow in Neurovascular Disease Oct. 7, 2021, noon E71 £33,885- £49,044 p.a.
Grants Officer Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 to £35,326 (discretionary range to £38,587)
Medical Statistician (China Kadoorie Biobank Study) Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 to £40,927 per annum
Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Functional CRISPRi screening of Parkinson’s genes in human iPSC neurons” Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Functional CRISPRi screening of Parkinson’s genes in human iPSC neurons” Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Battery Science Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 p.a
Postdoctoral Researcher in Nanoscale Engineering and Photonics Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 p.a
Researcher in Medical Image Analysis Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Senior Researcher in Machine Learning and Image Analysis Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Tissue Handling Technician - Prostate Cancer (SPACE Study) / PathLAKE project. Oct. 7, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Blood Stem Cell and Megakaryocyte Biology Oct. 8, 2021, midnight Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Building Maintenance Operative Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (with a discretionary to £34,304)
Full Stack Developer Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a
Oxford-BMS Research Fellow Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Policy Advisor (Gender Equality & Athena Swan) Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum
Policy Advisor (Race, Religion and Belief) Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Thermodynamics at the Nanoscale Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in 3D printing of living tissues Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Programmes Assistant (Student Support) Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a.
Research Assistant - Serology Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29, 614 - £35,304 p.a.
Research Associate in Climate Compatible Growth Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Research Technician Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum
Senior Research Fellow in Trial Methodology Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Visitor Experience Manager Oct. 8, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a
Clinical Trial Lead International Monitor Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Clinical Trials Assistant Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 p.a.
Facilities Technical Manager (Hard FM) Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum
Medical Statistician/Data Scientist Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum
Philip Wetton Professorship of Astrophysics Oct. 11, 2021, noon not specified
Postdoctoral Researcher Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7; salary £33,309 - £40,927
Research Administrator Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 5: salary £26,341-£31,406 p.a./ pro rata
Research Grants Assistant – Maternity Cover Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £ 31,406 per annum
Research Nurse Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £38,587 p.a.)
Researcher – Energy Demand and Racial Justice Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.
Rokos-Clarendon Associate Professor of Experimental Neutrino Physics Oct. 11, 2021, noon From £48,114 per annum
Senior Research Software Engineer (Machine Learning in Medical Imaging) Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Senior Web Developer (full stack) Oct. 11, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Adult Research Nurse Oct. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum
Events and International Summer School Officer Oct. 12, 2021, noon not specified
Finance Officer Oct. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum
Postgraduate Research Assistant Oct. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614- £35,326 per annum
Research Assistant in Rodent Phenotyping Oct. 12, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Research Support Manager (NIHR School for Primary Care Research) Oct. 12, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,176 to £34,804 per annum (with discretionary range to £38,011)
Clinical Trial Manager (MelMarT-II) Oct. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Project Manager Oct. 13, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 (pro-rata)
Research Assistant in Colorectal Cancer Oct. 13, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 p.a.
Senior MRI Radiographer Oct. 14, 2021, midnight Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Communications & Engagement Manager Oct. 14, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 to £50,296 per year
Senior Research Associate on FUN2MODEL: From FUNction-based TO MOdel-based automated probabilistic reasoning for DEep Learning Oct. 14, 2021, noon Grade 8: Salary £42,149 – £50,296 p.a.
Visitor Services Manager Oct. 14, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326
Bennett Professor of Evidence Based Medicine Oct. 15, 2021, noon not specified
Data Analyst (Health Data Group Support) Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Microelectronic Interconnect Specialist Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
NIHR-BHF Cardiovascular Partnership Manager Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 9, £48,835 to £56,587
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Nanowire Optics Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £35,326 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Palaeobiology Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metal Cluster Reaction Dynamics Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Fellow– Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum
Research Associate on Adolescent Mental Health and Development in the Digital World Project Oct. 15, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a
Senior Research Fellow in Strategy Oct. 15, 2021, noon RSIV, Competitive Salary
HR Assistant Oct. 18, 2021, noon Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum
Leverhulme-Peierls Fellow (up to 3 posts) Oct. 18, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Mass Spectrometry Specialist Oct. 18, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Performance Co-ordinator Oct. 18, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.
Research Assistant: lymphatic vessel-immunomodulation following heart injury Oct. 18, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29.614-£35.326 p.a.
Associate Professor of AI & Society Oct. 19, 2021, noon Grade 10a (36S): £48,835 - £65,574 p.a.
Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiac Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging Oct. 19, 2021, noon E64: £34,563 - £41,763 per annum
Head of Engineering and Maintenance Oct. 19, 2021, noon Competitive Salary
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Cardiac Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging Oct. 19, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309-£35,326 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Hyperpolarised Magnetic Resonance Neuroimaging Oct. 19, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £35,326 per annum.
Research and Teaching Fellow in Statistical Epidemiology Oct. 19, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Departmental Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 8 - £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Engineering Team Lead (Web Technologies) Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 9: £48,114 to £55,750, with discretionary range to £60,905. In addition, for appropriately qualified candidates, a market supplement may be payable up to a total maximum salary of £75,000
Full Stack Web developer (Python and React) Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 8 (£42,146 to £50,296, with discretionary range to £54,943). A market supplement may be payable up to a total maximum salary of £57,000
PA to Professor Noble and Research Group Administrator Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Lidar Remote Sensing Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: £ 33,309 -£ 40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Single Cell Genomics of Immunity Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in range £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Researcher in Battery Materials Modelling Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Research Technician - Cell Culture Oct. 20, 2021, noon Grade 4: Salary in range £22,847 - £26,341 per annum
Associate Professorship of Biomedical Engineering (Biomaterials) Oct. 21, 2021, noon From £48,835 to £65,574 p.a. plus additional benefits
Biobanker Oct. 21, 2021, noon Grade 6: £29,614- £35,326 per annum
Michael Davys Professor of Neuroscience Oct. 22, 2021, noon not specified
Operations Manager Oct. 22, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,706 per annum)
Postdoctoral Research Assistant Oct. 22, 2021, noon Grade 7.1 – 7.5: £32,817 - £36,914 per annum
Postdoctoral Researcher in Tumour Biology Oct. 22, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 to £35,326 per annum
Research Associate - A new design paradigm to incentivise low-carbon technologies in the UK Oct. 22, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 – £38,587 p.a.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Text Data Mining & Experimental Semantics Oct. 29, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in High precision radial velocity searches for exoplanets Nov. 1, 2021, noon Grade 7S: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Single Molecule Biophysics Nov. 8, 2021, noon Grade 7 - £33,309 - 40,927 p.a.
Research Associate, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme Nov. 9, 2021, noon Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.
Senior Research Associate in Machine Learning, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme Nov. 9, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Senior Research Associate, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme Nov. 9, 2021, noon Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.
Edward Hall Professor of Archaeological Science Nov. 12, 2021, noon not specified
Beecroft Fellow Nov. 19, 2021, noon Grade 07S: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum
Wallis Professorship of Mathematics Nov. 29, 2021, noon not specified
Internal Applicants only - NMH TSS Registration Dec. 31, 2021, noon Various
Temporary Administrative Assistant Dec. 31, 2022, noon Competitive rates of pay

Academic Programmes Assistant (PGR/PGT)

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

<div> <p></p><div>Previous applicants need not apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking an Academic Programmes Assistant (PGR/PGT) to join the Academic Programmes Centre. You will provide the highest level of support for all its current and future educational offerings including DPhil and MSc programmes, short courses and summer schools.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will provide support with admissions from responding to enquiries from candidates to scheduling interviews, examination-related logistics, course preparation including course materials and timetables, but also student feedback and general administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to GCSE level, or equivalent with proven administrative skills. You will need excellent Microsoft Office skills (especially Word and Excel). The ability to work unsupervised, use own initiative and to prioritise own workload is required. You will need excellent organisational skills to collect, collate, store and disseminate information. Readiness to show initiative and be flexible is essential.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is offered full-time on a fixed term contract for 3 years, and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>153130</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 27 September 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Apprentice Animal Technician

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1a: £20,047 per year

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong><br><br>We have an exciting and rare opportunity for you to join the University of Oxford as an Apprentice Animal Technician in the Zoology Department. This role incorporates a two-year training programme that will cover all aspects of the role giving you an industry-recognised qualification for a real career foundation in this sector.<br><br>You will be based at our Field Station in Wytham, where &#160;you will be working in a small team with four experienced animal technicians, and alongside four facilities staff who are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Field Station. There will also be several researchers working on site for whom you&#8217;ll provide vital support to.<br><br>Our Field Station houses several animal populations including birds, fish, and insects which you will have the opportunity to work with. As an Apprentice Animal Technician, you will gain hands-on experience in a variety of animal care practices as well as receive external formal training to industry standards. You will learn how to deliver high standards of animal husbandry, you&#8217;ll gain an insight into the legal responsibility of animal technicians, and a broad understanding of key scientific principles.<br><br><strong>About the apprenticeship</strong><br><br>As part of this role, you will undertake an Apprenticeship with Venture Forward, where you will complete Level 2 Animal Care &amp; Welfare Assistant Standard Apprenticeship. During this you&#8217;ll gain an IAT Level 2 Diploma in Laboratory Animal Science and Technology.<br><br>For this apprenticeship, you will work at the Field Station in Wytham. As part of your apprenticeship, you will be required to attend in-house training, as well as day-release or other distance learning methods delivered &#160;by Venture Forward at specialist facilities in the South of England (travel costs for training activities will be reimbursed).<br><br>In total, it will take 2 years to complete all elements of the apprenticeship, with support from the Department, University, and training provider throughout.<br><br>Becoming an apprentice at the University of Oxford is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and training. For more information, please visit&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk">www.apprenticeships.ox.ac.uk</a><br><br><strong>About you</strong><br><br>You will be passionate about starting your career in Animal Care 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.<br><br>To complete the Level 2 Animal Care &amp; Welfare Assistant Standard Apprenticeship you will ideally need to evidence passes at &#160;9-4 or A*-C in GCSE English and a science. 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, Venture Forward will ask you to complete a short initial assessment during the application process.<br><br>There are also government residency requirements for Apprenticeship funding which the Training Provider will be able to advise on.<br><br><strong>What we offer</strong><br><br>Our apprentices are never on their own, you will benefit from a supportive environment working in collaboration with the rest of our committed team. 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Numata Professorship of Buddhist Studies

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

<div> <p></p><div>The University intends to appoint to the Numata Professorship of Buddhist Studies with effect from 1st October 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Numata Professorship was established in 2006 following a generous donation from the Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai (BDK) of Tokyo and is named after the BDK&#8217;s founder, Mr Yehan Numata. It plays a pivotal role in teaching and research in Buddhist Studies at Oxford within the Faculty of Oriental Studies. The post is associated with a Professorial Fellowship at Balliol College.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University seeks a scholar of the highest international calibre, with an outstanding record of research and publication in a prominent area of Buddhist Studies (broadly interpreted to cover any historical period and relevant academic discipline). The Numata Professor will be expected to contribute to the long-term development of Buddhist Studies by providing research leadership within the Faculty. The postholder will teach in the Faculty of Oriental Studies and the Faculty of Theology and Religion and play a major role in the supervision, guidance and examination of graduate students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a substantial international reputation in Buddhist and related studies, with an excellent publication record and a research agenda which will result in further substantial publications of international quality. You should be able to provide effective and innovative teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including teaching of primary sources in at least two of the canonical languages of Asian Buddhism. You should have 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>If you would like to discuss this post, please contact Thomas Hall on &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:thomas.hall@orinst.ox.ac.uk">thomas.hall@orinst.ox.ac.uk</a> or +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>Applications for this post are to be made online. For further details including the job description and selection criteria, please see the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Monday 27 September 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held in November 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> </div>

Part-time Research Assistant; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES)

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614-£35,326 p.a. pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint a part-time research assistant (50% FTE) to work on the ATTUNE project led by Professor Kam Bhui in Oxford and Professor Ma at Falmouth.&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; The project will bring together diverse creative-arts, digital and health experts to investigate how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect adolescents' mental health with the aim of developing new approaches to prevention and care.&#160;&#160;&#160; The post is based at the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is funded for a fixed term (funded to 31 August 2025).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for participatory work for Oxford, including recruitment of young people and young adults to the study, especially gathering information on ethics issues and advancing ethics research, as well as contributing to the film evaluation. You will provide regular reports of progress and updates, as well as research outputs, under the guidance of senior research staff.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will &#160;liaise with clinical teams, clinical research networks, and families/schools and setting up Young People&#8217;s Advisory Groups (YPAG) You will contribute to the design of research materials, and applications for regulatory ethics approvals.&#160; The post would provide excellent experience of academic research and would suit someone interested in working towards a PhD/DPhil.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a BSc (2:1 or above) in Psychology or a relevant subject, an MSc in a relevant subject, along with knowledge of mental health research in young people and young adults; and expertise in interdisciplinary perspectives on research methods.&#160;&#160;&#160; Excellent communication skills are essential, including the ability to write for publication.&#160; Experience of mental health research and interdisciplinary interfaces with creative arts and digital interventions would be desirable.&#160;&#160;</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 27th September 2021</div> </div>

Personal Assistant and Governance Administrator

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p,a with a discretionary range to £34,303 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are welcomed for a Personal Assistant and Governance Administrator to provide high level PA support to the Associate Head of Department (Academic Support and Finance) and Nuffield Department&#160;of Medicine (NDM) Governance team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have full responsibility for the effective day-to-day organisation of the Associate Head of Department&#8217;s diary, which includes organising complex international travel arrangements. You will organise and schedule appointments, prepare meeting agendas, and deal with enquires, progressing matters as appropriate. In addition, will provide administrative support for projects the AHoD is involved with, such as building projects, research initiatives, organisational projects or co-ordination of information for external bodies.</div><br> <div>&#160;You will also work in conjunction with the Head of Operations and Improvements and the Compliance and Assurance Manager to provide administrative support for the department&#8217;s governance of administration structure.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to undergraduate degree level and have considerable experience acting as a PA and/or Executive Assistant at a senior level. You will have demonstrable experience of administrative and financial processes; including the ability to manage finances and keep track of financial records. You will also have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be computer literate with MS Office packages.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is a fixed-term contract for 3 years in the first instance and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 27 September 2021 will be considered. Please quote&#160;<strong>153024</strong>&#160;on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Neuroscientist

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

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a postdoctoral neuroscientist to work on a project funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC) that aims to uncover the fundamental mechanisms regulating the integration of newly born neurons into neural circuits during critical periods of brain plasticity underlying cognition, learning and memory. This project builds on the Minichiello group&#8217;s recent findings, which show that interfering with specific neural circuits during brain development results in brain disorders that affect later adult life.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Therefore, you will use precise genetics with cutting-edge sequencing techniques, including an integrated computational analysis of single-cell transcriptome and epigenome to identify new potential genetic factors regulating time-sensitive periods during brain circuits development. These are fundamental and necessary steps towards the design of innovative pharmacological treatments relevant to neurodevelopmental disorders.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need to hold a relevant PhD/DPhil, or be close to completing, together with relevant experience in mouse genetic and cutting-edge sequencing techniques, experience in cellular neuroscience, <em>in vivo</em> viral transduction, phenotypic analysis of brain tissues, molecular cell biology relevant to analysis of neuronal phenotypes, and behavioural testing. An ability to manage your own academic research and associated activities and&#160;trouble-shoot technical problems is esseential, as is a meticulous approach to practical work and record keeping.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available from November 2021 on a fixed-term basis for up to 3 years, funded by the MRC.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 27 September 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Drosophila RNA biology

Closes: Sept. 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>Monday 27th September</strong><strong>&#160;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: Sept. 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">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.</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>Monday 27th September</strong> <strong>2021</strong> with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Innate Immunity and Inflammation

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 – £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity within the Genomics of Inflammation laboratory at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS). The post holder will have responsibility for carrying out research in the transcriptional and molecular control of neutrophil development and function in inflammatory tissue microenvironment, within a new leading-edge programme funded by the Wellcome Trust (see Khoyratty et al, Nature Immunology 2021; Ballesteros et al, Cell 2020). You will be using unique <em>in vivo</em> models, advanced immunological and imaging approaches and innovative single cell technologies to study how neutrophil function in the tissue is guided by intrinsic molecular regulators and influenced by extrinsic protein and lipid signals produced by macrophages. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Postdoctoral Researcher in Innate Immunity and Inflammation you will take responsibility for the planning and execution of high quality research, ensuring the validity and reliability of data at all times, as well as test hypotheses and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate. You will also contribute ideas for new research projects, co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines, and provide guidance and support to PhD students and other members of the group.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD (or near completion) in immunology, molecular and cellular biology, or similar, and have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings. You will demonstrate capacity to deliver high quality research outputs, illustrated by a strong publication record in high profile immunological journals, as well as possess sufficient specialist knowledge in transcriptional control of immune cell development and function to work within established research programmes. Expertise in neutrophil biology, functional and single cell genomics, spatial transcriptomics or advanced imaging analysis would be desirable. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time appointment fixed-term until 24/06/2024.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement, CV and names of referees as part of your online application. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Monday 27 September 2021.</strong>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct your informal enquiries to Prof Irina Udalova: Irina.udalova@kennedy.ox.ac.uk</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES) (2 posts)

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309-£40,927 (discretionary range to £44,706)

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint two postdoctoral researchers to work on the ATTUNE project led by Professor Kam Bhui in Oxford and Professor Ma at Falmouth.&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; The project will bring together diverse creative-arts, digital and health experts to investigate how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect adolescents' mental health with the aim of developing new approaches to prevention and care.&#160;&#160; The posts are based at the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The posts are for a fixed term (funded to 31 August 2025).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work closely with Professor Bhui carrying out research for ATTUNE.&#160; This will include collation of all outcomes across the project, providing effective communication and senior leadership across the programme to ensure the research progresses on schedule; you will use initiative and problem solve, and provide regular reports on progress, as well as original research outputs. You will adapt existing and developing new methodologies and materials and acting as a source of information and advice to other members of the group, as well as provide learning opportunities internally and externally. &#160;You will present papers at conferences or public meetings, representing the research group.</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.&#160;&#160; You will have specialist knowledge in mental health research for young people and young adults and expertise in interdisciplinary perspectives on research methods.&#160;&#160; Excellent communication skills are essential, including the ability to write for publication.&#160;&#160; Experience of independently managing a discrete area of a research project would be desirable as would experience of community based participatory research and experience-based co-design.</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 27th September 2021</div> </div>

Research Administrator; Cultural Psychiatry and Health Inequalities (CHiMES)

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341-£28,756 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to appoint a research administrator to work on the ATTUNE project led by Professor Kam Bhui in Oxford and Professor Ma at Falmouth.&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; The project will bring together diverse creative-arts, digital and health experts to investigate how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect adolescents' mental health with the aim of developing new approaches to prevention and care.&#160;&#160;&#160; The post is based at the Department of Psychiatry at the Warneford Hospital.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is funded for a fixed term (funded to 31 August 2025).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will act as first point of contact for trial participants, and will maintain an efficient system for liaison with study staff, to ensure timely communication and efficient management of queries.&#160;&#160; You will provide administrative support to the team including processing payments, checking and submitting expenses, arranging meetings and any required travel arrangements.&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be qualified to A level standard or equivalent, and have previous research related administrative and or project management experience.&#160; With strong IT and literacy skills you will have the ability to manage and prioritise a varied and busy workload and work to deadlines.&#160;&#160; Experience of working in school settings/with children and families would be desirable.&#160;&#160;</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 27th September 2021.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Single Cell Genomics

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £ 29,614 - £ 35,326, with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Research Assistant to join the Oxford Genomics Centre Single Cell Team. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of the Oxford Network for Single-Cell Biology, which spearheads single-cell genomics' deployment across the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Research Assistant you will be responsible for analysing QC assays on customer samples or libraries. You will 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. You will provide assistance and troubleshooting to users of the Oxford Genomics Centre (OGC) service within the Centre, and be responsible with team members for the daily housekeeping of the laboratory area, including general maintenance of equipment, stock control of laboratory consumables, collecting goods from stores and unpacking shipments of reagents.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a BSc in Biological Sciences and have demonstrable knowledge of molecular biology. You will have experience of performing complex experimental procedures following SOPs, and demonstrable manual dexterity and respect for precision high cost equipment. You will be able to organise and prioritise work efficiently delivering results to required standard and to an agreed schedule, and have a flexible approach to working. You will have excellent communication skills, and be able to work within a team effectively.</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>153176</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Monday 27 September 2021&#160;will be considered.</div> </div>

Researcher in Health Economics

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

<div> <p></p><div>Following considerable success in the award of new research funding in the area of health economics, we are seeking to appoint to a new Researcher. You will join a rapidly expanding group of health economics researchers based at the University of Oxford&#8217;s Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences (NDPCHS).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will primarily focus on two recently funded programmes of work. The first, funded by the Australian Government's Medical Research Future Fund, will involve close working with Australian and British researchers on the development of tools to value health change in paediatric populations. &#160;. The second programme of work, recently funded by the National Institute for Health Research, will evaluate the cost-effectiveness of current and alternative care pathways for Long COVID.<br> <br><br> <br>You will also be expected to disseminate the outputs of your research in the form of reports to the funders and publications in peer-reviewed journals. You will also be encouraged to continue developing skills to undertake high quality applied and methodological research across a number of different study designs. There will also be opportunities to participate more broadly in the Department's portfolio of health economics research and teaching activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have, or be close to completion of, a DPhil/PhD in health economics or one of its cognate disciplines, experience of cost-effectiveness modelling techniques, experience of using statistical software (e.g. Stata, R), coupled with the ability to produce high quality health economics research relevant to the health sciences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building, NDPCHS, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For further details of the post and information on how to apply, please view the job description below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 27th September 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be held during the week commencing 4th October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries are welcome and should initially be directed to Professor Stavros Petrou, stavros.petrou@phc.ox.ac.uk or (0044) 1865 289503.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Senior Group Leader x 2 posts

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 10: £56,587 - £65,574 with a discretionary range to £71,638 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Based within the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) office in the NDM Research Building, Oxford, we are looking to appoint two group leaders report to the CAMS Oxford Institute (COI) Directors and to Head of the Nuffield Department of Medicine.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be the head of a significant research group within the COI, fostering significant scientific links with the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. You will play a leading role in the management of your group and have responsibility for the development of its strategic direction. You will be an internationally recognised authority in their field with will have primary responsibility for obtaining independent externally funding for the group&#8217;s research projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The field of research will be translational immunology with a particular interest in cancer and/or viral infections. You will run a programme rooted in basic science with the aim translating this research to clinical oncology or clinical infectious disease. You will work in Oxford but will have opportunities to visit CAMS institutes in China and to establish scientific collaborations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will initiate and implement long-term, often interdisciplinary research programmes in immunity to infection and cancers and develop novel areas of research for publication in high impact journals. You will also generate research income and actively promote the research area, write funding applications for new projects, and play a key role in establishing overall research strategy. In addition you will manage and monitor substantial research resources and budgets as well as provide effective people management by motivating, supervising and communicating with all members of the team and provide academic supervision for research students, academic visitors in Oxford and from CAMS.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must hold a relevant PhD/DPhil as well as significant post qualification research experience. You will also provide a research proposal that is complimentary to the CAMS Oxford Institute&#8217;s research themes and aims and have experience in leading a successful and novel research programmes and evidence of an established international publication record is also required. Management of research projects, staff and PhD students and an international reputation and specialist knowledge in infection, inflammation and cancer epigenetics are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time position is fixed term for 5 years in the first instance and is funded by CAMS-COI.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00, midday on Monday, 27 September 2021 can be considered. Please quote reference, 153107 on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Senior Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: RSIV: salary in the range £90 to £110k per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a recognised international expert in the development and application of artificial intelligence methodology in healthcare settings, including women&#8217;s health. The successful candidate will establish a major research programme developing novel statistical machine learning techniques to improve health and wellbeing through collaboration with the biological and medical sciences.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a cross-departmental post, based in the Nuffield Department of Women's &amp; Reproductive Health but jointly underwritten with the Nuffield Department of Population Health and the Big Data Institute. The position will offer a unique opportunity to further deepen and expand interdisciplinary collaborations, and to contribute to strategic planning, academic citizenship, research and teaching across the departments. For an appropriately qualified candidate, there will also be the opportunity to apply for a professorial title on appointment.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to a relevant doctorate, you will have an outstanding international reputation for leadership and innovative research and a commitment to the development of the field of artificial intelligence methodology, and with a view of its application in women&#8217;s health; a strong track record of academic success; an excellent publication record in high-quality publications; a demonstrated impact of research on policy or practice; and a strong track record in attracting and managing externally funded research. You will have excellent leadership and people management skills with demonstrable experience in leading a research group at a senior management level and a strong interest and track record in collaborative and team working, particularly in an inter-disciplinary team.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent full-time post. Applications for flexible working arrangements are welcomed and will be considered in line with business needs.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV and Supporting Statement as part of your online application. <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/cv-and-supporting-statement">Click here</a> for information and advice on writing an effective Supporting Statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 27 September 2021.</div> </div>

Shelving Assistant

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum, pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The English Faculty Library (EFL) is seeking to appoint two motivated and reliable individuals to provide essential support in term-time to the rest of the small team in this busy lending library; the EFL currently serves over 2,000 readers from the English Faculty and from other University departments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for sorting and shelving returned books, ensuring that the collection is kept tidy and well-maintained, assisting readers with locating books on the open shelves, and other equivalent duties within the grading of the post. Numeracy, attention to detail, a strong customer-service approach, and the ability to lift and carry books and to use ladders and kickstools are essential. Familiarity with the subject area and previous experience of working in academic libraries would be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent variable hours (paid as claimed) post. It is anticipated that you will work approximately 5 hours per week term-time only (weeks 0-9). The working pattern is anticipated to be an hour a day, with one Shelving Assistant working an hour from approximately 9am and the other an hour between 5 and 7pm.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information about the EFL is available at http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/english/ To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before midday Monday 27th September 2021 can be considered.&#160;Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 14th October 2021.</div> </div>

Software Engineer and Data Scientist

Closes: Sept. 27, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Medicine Quality Research Group is looking for a Software Engineer and Data Scientist, to join the planning and execution of software development projects at the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Software Engineer and Data Scientist will be a key member of the Medicine Quality Research Group to lead and coordinate the informatics and data science across the seven teams working on an innovative project and construct a network of secure and straightforward informatics to link them, from sample identification to data flows and visualisation and appropriate systems for use of the epidemiological data for social network analysis and modelling of impact of substandard and falsified antimicrobials on patient outcome and antimicrobial resistance. The role will be involved in all stages of the software development lifecycle, from requirements analysis, design and implementation, through to testing and maintenance. You will lead the planning and coordination of software development projects, to come up with innovative solutions to complex problems, and to drive concepts through to practical realisation with the aim to improve global public health.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a Degree in a related discipline such as Computer Science, and be highly competent and experienced in Java Programming. You will be comfortable programming in several different programming languages and capable of learning new languages , and be highly competent and experienced in web application programming with a knowledge of Javascript and CSS. You will have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to work with people at all levels of seniority in the University and with collaborators overseas, and have excellent communication skills, both written and oral.</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 30 September 2025 and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Monday 27 September 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152933</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

PA to the Director of Estates

Closes: Sept. 28, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>We have an exciting opportunity for involvement at the heart of Estates Services business, in a busy, challenging, and fast moving environment.&#160; It will suit an experienced person who enjoys being part of a high performing, close knit team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Director operates to an extremely busy and demanding schedule and the post-holder will play a key role in helping to conduct business in a timely and efficient manner. This will include direct support for the Director with responsibility for the effective day-to-day management of the Director&#8217;s business and the Estates Strategic Management Team (SMT), with whom the Director interacts with on a daily basis.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an external facing role that interacts regularly with the senior offices across the University, companies and agencies and is one of the first points of contact for the Director&#8217;s office.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>You will have experience of complex diary management and travel arrangements.&#160; The ability to communicate effectively both in writing and orally to a wide range of people and to build effective working relationships.&#160; A self-starter, you can work under pressure, dealing with multiple deadlines and conflicting priorities. You have the ability to use your initiative and work without close supervision, but recognise when to consult and collaborate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>If you would like an informal discussion about this role please contact Kate McCall-McCowan on 01865 272140 or <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:kate.mccall-mccowan@admin.ox.ac.uk">kate.mccall-mccowan@admin.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria, 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 Tuesday 28 September 2021 can be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Senior Health Care Assistant

Closes: Sept. 28, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Senior Health Care Assistant who will report to the OCMR lead nurse and work closely with the lead radiographer and radiography team, as well as medical teams, reception staff and the nursing team, to meet the needs of the clinical MRI service. With training and support, you will develop skills as a senior HCA to assist with day-to-day activities within the department. We are a friendly and approachable department with a strong sense of team working and high standards of care. OCMR forms part of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine (CVM) within the Radcliffe Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford and specialises in Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the heart, liver and brain. The department has three MRI scanners; two of which are dedicated to research, a third which is used to support a diagnostic clinical cardiac MRI service for NHS patients from within the Oxford University Foundation Trust and surrounding areas.</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for planning and carrying out straightforward clinical activities; preparing NHS patients for MRI, carrying out magnet safety checks, cannulation and post procedural care. You will work within their given scope of practice and will follow a designated framework to achieve competency in a number of specified clinical skills.</div><br> <div>You will be required to hold a Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social Care or equivalent experience and have Certification in venepuncture and cannulation. Evidence of the Care Certificate would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract for 3 years and you will be based at the University of Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), 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 28 Sep 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place at the beginning of October.</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Trusts and Foundations Officer - GLAM

Closes: Sept. 28, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,706)

<div> <p></p><h4>This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career as part of the country&#8217;s most successful higher education fundraising team, raising funds from the trusts and foundations&#8217; sector and the National Lottery Heritage Fund for the University&#8217;s gardens, libraries and museums (GLAM).</h4><br> <h4>Oxford University's gardens, libraries and museums form one of the greatest concentrations of university collections in the world. Comprising over 21 million objects, specimens and printed items, they constitute one of the largest and most important research repositories in the world, providing an outstanding resource for scholars, students and members of the public, and welcome over 3 million visitors a year.</h4><br> <div>To be successful in this role you will be an experienced development professional with experience of securing high value gifts from trusts and foundations. A graduate or equivalent with outstanding verbal and written communication skills, you are able to identify opportunities to engage others in GLAM priorities and work closely with GLAM and development colleagues. You have proven abilities to work with individuals at all levels and to build lasting relationships with new and existing supporters. You are comfortable working both independently and as part of a team: a proactive, collaborative and flexible working style is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 noon on Tuesday 28 September 2021 can be considered.</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>Interviews are currently scheduled to take place on Thursday 21 October 2021.</div> </div>

CRISPR molecular & cell biologist

Closes: Sept. 29, 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 postdoctoral scientist with expertise in CRISPR engineering for editing in cellular models and genome screening, at the University of Oxford&#8217;s Target Discovery Institute (TDI).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Cellular Screening Facility but will also be integrated into the ARUK Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ODDI), two teams that are co-located in the TDI.&#160; Your primary role will be to use CRISPR editing techniques to validate targets in cellular models of neurodegenerative disease. You will be responsible for organising and maintaining relevant plasmid libraries, creating, titreing, curating lentivirus stocks and creating sub-pools as necessary.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you have a PhD in molecular/cell biology, biochemistry or a related subject, together with professional experience in a research laboratory. You will need in-depth knowledge of molecular biology techniques, especially advanced cloning (e.g. Golden Gate, Gibson assembly) and PCR (e.g. site-directed mutagenesis), as well as biochemical and cell biological techniques (e.g. western blotting, immunofluorescence, qRT-PCR). Experience with CRISPR/Cas9 editing or screening is required. You must be highly organised, have an excellent attention to detail and the ability to work flexibly to manage your time and a varied workload under pressure to meet deadlines.</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 October 2024, and is funded by Alzheimer's Research UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>153072</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 29 September 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Data Governance Officer

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum With reduced responsibilities, this post can be offered as a Grade 6: £29,176 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly-motivated Data Governance Officer to join the Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO) based within NDM, where you will work across the IDDO portfolio of emerging infections (EI) and neglected poverty related diseases (NPRD) data themes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this dynamic and varied role you will manage and develop data access systems and processes for data re-use to facilitate the production of research and evidence, a central activity required to achieve IDDO&#8217;s vision and mission, delivering a lasting impact on global health resulting from IDDO&#8217;s programmes. You will take a proactive role in engaging with the members of IDDO&#8217;s various data access committees, data contributors and researchers seeking access to data &#8211; a broad range of stakeholders across the emerging infections and neglected poverty related disease communities, both nationally and internationally.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a degree in a relevant discipline and have awareness of the issues involved in the re-use of data relating to human subjects. You will have knowledge or previous experience with research ethics, data privacy, and/or sharing data. You will have proven administrative and project management experience, including attention to detail and the ability to keep accurate tracking records, and have strong diplomacy skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required to build strong, trusting relationships and bring ownership and oversight to data access activities across IDDO, which require the engagement of both internal and external partners</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>With reduced responsibilities, this post can be offered as a Grade 6: &#163;29,176 - &#163;35,326 with a discretionary range to &#163;38,587 per annum</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is offered part time (50% FTE) on a fixed term contract until 31 December 2022, with possibility of extension, and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 29 September 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>153129</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Facilities, Health & Safety Manager

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 (with a discretionary range to £44,045) p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This is a new role which offers a varied and exciting opportunity for someone with facilities management and health &amp; safety knowledge and expertise. We are looking for a talented and motivated &#160;facilities management and health &amp; safety professional with a proven track record of delivering health &amp; safety in a scientific/laboratory and/or engineering setting.&#160; You will have a thorough understanding of buildings and facilities management issues and procedures together with a proactive approach to health and safety best practice. &#160;You will have a formal health &amp; safety qualification or demonstrate an equivalent level of experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will coordinate the work of the facilities team, so experience of supervising a team, allocating work and encouraging personal development is required.&#160; You will also need to be an excellent communicator, with exceptional inter-personal skills and capable of promoting a strong customer focus.&#160; You will work with the management team to develop and plan the expansion of facilities and evolution of facilities management and health &amp; safety as the Science Park grows.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford Science Park at Begbroke is a cross-departmental research facility with office/laboratory space for both research groups and high-tech science-based businesses and spin-outs.</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>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on &#160;Wednesday 29 September 2021.</div> </div>

PLATCOV - Clinical Researcher

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade E65: Salary in range £34,563 - £59,845 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We seek to appoint a clinical-researcher to support the PLATCOV study trial (&#8216;Finding treatments for COVID-19: A phase 2 multi-centre adaptive platform trial to assess antiviral pharmacodynamics in early symptomatic COVID-19&#8217;) at the Mahidol-Oxford Research Unit in the Faculty of Tropical Medicine.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You directly Support the PI on all aspects of the trial and draft research protocols, SOPs, and other documents. You will ensure ethical, regulatory and other approvals are obtained in a timely manner and coordinate activities across the sites to establish the PLATCOV infrastructure. You will oversee the routine operation of the PLATCOV trial and coordinate the scientific research programme associated, and other research activities as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are a Research Physician (medically qualified and MRCP or equivalent). You will have a substantive academic contract of employment with an HEI, and be required, as a condition of employment, to hold GMC or GDC registration and, where relevant, a licence to practice. You will be able to reside in Thailand, and have experience of Clinical Research, preferably in the Tropics. You will be independent minded, and be able to work to tight deadlines.</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 and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 29 September 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152683</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Assistant to join the Target Discovery Institute.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work with the research groups of Professor Sir A McMichael and Associate Professor G Gillespie to identify HLA-E restricted Human Papilloma Virus&#160;(HPV)-derived epitopes and to isolate and characterise HLA-E restricted T cell responses directed against these antigens. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD/DPhil in a relevant discipline. A research background in Immunology is required. Experience in the culture and cloning of CD8 T cells and with T cell immunoassays including ELISpot assays and intracellular cytokine staining is essential. The use of retrovirus transduction/expression systems is desirable, and a background in basic molecular biology techniques including PCR, cloning and sequencing is required.&#160; You will manage your own academic research and administrative activities. If necessary, you will supervise and train junior staff in laboratory techniques and protocols.</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 31 December 2022 and is funded by the Gates Foundation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please quote <strong>153073</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 29 September 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral researcher in machine learning for healthcare

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 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. The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH), a key partner in the Big Data Institute (BDI), contains world-renowned population health research groups and is an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary teaching and research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher to conduct reproducible machine learning analyses of time-series wearable sensor data. In this role you will be supported to conduct reproducible machine learning analysis of time-series wearable sensor datasets, maintain accurate and comprehensive records of data analyses, code developed and methods used, contribute to the preparation of scientific reports and journal articles and represent the group at external meetings and seminars. You will also become a member of the Computational Health Informatics Lab led by Professor David Clifton at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering. There will be exciting opportunities to translate your research beyond academia, where you will closely collaborate with the genetics team led by Joanna Howson at the Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will hold, or be close to completion of a DPhil/PhD in machine learning, health data science, statistics, bioinformatics, or a closely related field and an excellent understanding of common machine learning methods (e.g. Random Forests, Convolutional Neural Networks, Recurrent Neural Networks) and of the programming approaches. You will also have experience of applying machine learning methods to real clinical problems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For informal enquiries about the role please contact Aiden Doherty (aiden.doherty@ndph.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed-term for 1 year. The closing date for application is 12.00 noon on 29th September 2021.</div> </div>

Programme Administrator

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford are seeking an experienced Programme Administrator, to report to the Senior Executive Degree Programmes Manager. This is a highly responsible role within the MSc &amp; Diplomas team. You will be responsible for providing programme, administrative, and technical to deliver the EMBA Programme.&#160; The Programme Administrator will work closely with Programme Managers and Senior Programme Manager (SPM) to ensure effective and efficient delivery of a world class student experience.&#160; You will interface with multiple teams within the School and external third parties to achieve this.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to support the build of digital communications and content using the School&#8217;s digital learning platforms, support the planning and creation of programme and materials budget and contribute to team and school-wide projects when required. You will manage the provision of electronic and hard copy reading materials, coordinate Faculty to ensure that key readings for each programme comply with copyright restrictions and are available from the course platform by the required publication date and source materials from 3rd party suppliers. You will also be responsible for organising the provision of individual course textbooks and other reading materials to students where required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have proven experience using online learning platforms (e.g., Canvas) and project management software (e.g., Wrike). Applying excellent communication skills, verbal, written and electronic.&#160; You will also have excellent attention to details, experience of organising and prioritising own work and ability to manage complex issues effectively.</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 Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 12.00 noon.</strong></div> </div>

Programme Administrator for the Freedom of Religious and Belief Leadership Network

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>This post has been created for the implementation phase of an international programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). The project &#8216;Freedom of Religion or Belief Leadership Network (FoRBLN) looks at the role FoRB plays in creating stable, cohesive societies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the Programme Administrator, your main responsibilities will be to manage the project in accordance with the FCDO terms and conditions and the University legal and regulatory framework; act as the Project&#8217;s Compliance Officer; lead the project&#8217;s due diligence processes; undertake the financial management of the project; make and supervise legal and contractual agreements with collaborators and contractors; represent the project on an FCDO project &#8216;Learning through Consortia&#8217;; and report on the project to various bodies including the Project management, the School, the University and the FCDO.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of multi-stakeholder project management and financial management, as well as of providing strategic and operational advice on planning and resource allocation, including the presentation and interpretation of complex financial data.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is part-time - 22.5 hours per week (60% of full time hours; 50% would also be considered) and fixed-term until September 2023. The start date is 18th October 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The interview will take place remotely in the week commencing 11th October 2021. 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 regarding the role: Lisa Bligh, HR and Projects Manager (lisa.bligh@anthro.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>For all other recruitment queries: recruit@anthro.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>Closing Date &amp; Time: Thursday 30th September at&#160;12 noon</div> </div>

Quality Assurance Manager

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 per annum (with a discretionary range to £54,131 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>As Quality Assurance Manager, you will support CTSU trials research activity by promoting quality and improving performance, and by ensuring that the CTSU meets its legal obligations when conducting clinical trials. You will maintain quality systems, policies and standard operating procedures, represent CTSU trials at meetings with funders and at quality assurance forums and act as the first point of contact for any quality assurance-related issues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this post you will have proven experience of working autonomously in a quality assurance role within academia or the pharmaceutical industry and experience managing a quality management system and an electronic trial master file. Excellent time management and communication skills are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 29th September 2021.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Developmental Genomics, Genetics and Cell Biology

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for an experienced and meticulous Research Assistant to the join the <em>Gene Regulatory Networks in Development and Disease</em> laboratory based in the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM). The postholder will work under the direct supervision of Professor Tatjana Sauka-Spengler and collaborate closely with a group of talented postdoctoral and graduate students on deciphering how cells make cell fate decisions on a global scale.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The project addresses the epigenetic control of early multipotency and the transcriptional control of binary lineage decision in vertebrate embryos, thus shedding further light on how the cells progress from a na&#239;ve multipotent state to the cell fate lineage restriction in several cellular systems. The postholder will provide the research support for both computational and wet-lab aspects of the project and will be responsible for carrying out a range of molecular, biochemical and cell biological procedures, as well as assisting with experimental zebrafish work. The post is ideally suited for a candidate with an interest in developing a career that involves working at the interface of Developmental Biology and Genomics, with a strong background in both.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Laboratory experience in molecular biology and embryology is essential. You will be expected to have a high level of commitment to work, with excellent organizational skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available full time and is fixed-term until 31 March 2022 and is funded by a Wellcome Trust grant.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#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 noon on Wednesday 29 September 2021.</div> </div>

Research Culture Facilitator

Closes: Sept. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. (pro rata for part time)

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Full time (0.8 FTE AND FLEXIBLE WORKING CONSIDERED), fixed term, 3 years</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford is committed to improving research culture. Within the Medical Sciences Divisional Office, we have identified the need to join up activities, facilitate learning and best practice, and develop and implement new divisional strategies to accelerate progress on improving research culture.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Research culture covers a wide range of areas, namely that researchers have an equally positive experience of working in their role at the University regardless of subject area, department, background or personal characteristic. This includes equality of access to career development opportunities and progression, training and support within an inclusive, supportive and respectful environment.&#160;&#160;&#160; In many of these areas, major improvement initiatives are underway.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This exciting new post will lead the development of a strategy that brings together existing high quality activities and initiatives and be the linchpin that adds value across the existing landscape and identifies and pursues areas for improvement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for someone who is action oriented, creative and driven. Experience of operating at a strategic level and proven success in contributing effectively and creatively to the development, communication and implementation of change is essential. Strong project management and creative problem solving skills, in a complex and distributed environment, will also be essential in managing the different areas of this broad ranging and impactful project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applying your analytical skills, you will draw upon learning and data from across the sector, including research culture and best practice from other institutions. Using this insight and knowledge you will develop and implement new strategies and practical interventions to improve research culture across the Medical Sciences Division, and the wider University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working within the Medical Sciences Divisional Office&#8217;s Research Team, you will work with a very broad range of stakeholders and specialists across the division to ensure that divisional actions and interventions complement departmental activity and priorities, and that strategies and interventions are adopted by stakeholders and meet the needs of our staff and students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about the role, please contact <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:michele.warren@medsci.ox.ac.uk">michele.warren@medsci.ox.ac.uk</a>&#160;or&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:katherine.corr@medsci.ox.ac.uk">katherine.corr@medsci.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon on Wednesday 29 September 2021</strong>. It is anticipated that interviews will be held w/c 13 October. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Clinical Psychologist, Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP)

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526-£49,553 (discretionary range to £54,131) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a clinical psychologist to contribute to the work of the Oxford Cognitive Approaches to Psychosis (O-CAP) team. OCAP, led by Prof Daniel Freeman, works to understand why mental health problems happen, use that knowledge to develop better treatments, and implement advances into clinical services. The key focus is on improving outcomes for patients with psychosis.&#160;&#160; The post is full time and is based in the Department of Psychiatry, at the Warneford Hospital</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is for a fixed term (funded for one year in the first instance)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will contribute to the implementation and dissemination of the gameChange VR therapy, help conduct pilot studies, and seek user feedback on new automated VR therapies. Throughout, close working with the team&#8217;s PPI advisors would be expected. The post-holder will also work clinically on treatment developments in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and neighbouring trusts that partner with our group. There will be teaching and supervision opportunities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a range of research studies in a leading clinical psychology research team. It will suit a clinical psychologist keen to apply cognitive theory and therapeutic techniques to improve treatment efficacy, and wishing to develop a clinical academic career.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, along with experience of clinical research, knowledge and interest in clinical trials and excellent interpersonal and communication skills</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a CV, supporting statement and details of two referees as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 12.00 midday on 30th September 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Operations Management

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS VACANCY HAS BEEN EXTENDED</div><br> <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>

MPhil and MSc Coordinator

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

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are welcomed for an MPhil &amp; MSc Coordinator to provide administrative support for MPhil and MSc programmes in the Department of Politics and International Relations. This is an excellent opportunity to develop a career in courses administration within a widely renowned academic department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As MPhil &amp; MSc Coordinator, you will be responsible for coordinating arrangements for postgraduate taught programmes in Politics and International Relations. You will look after two MPhils (MPhil in Politics: Comparative Government and MPhil in Politics: European Politics and Society) and one MSc programme (MSc in Politics Research) and are expected to work flexibly and collaboratively with a second MPhil/MSc Coordinator (who provides equivalent support to our other taught postgraduate programmes) to ensure effective support across the whole portfolio. You will have particular responsibility for planning and improving administrative procedures for the admission of taught postgraduates. You will also work closely with the Academic Manager, the Directors of Graduate Studies, Course Directors, the Directors of Research Training, the Chair of Examiners and other academic officers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to A-level standard or equivalent, and have experience of complex administration, including developing and improving processes and advanced IT skills. You will have a proven ability to work independently and efficiently in a fast-paced environment, as well as having excellent interpersonal and communication skills to relate well with students and academic staff. You will also have a flexible attitude along with the ability to be a good team player and to work independently. Experience of working in a higher education institution is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>Informal enquiries about this role can be addressed to vacancies@politics.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 and details of two referees as part of your online application. Only applications received before midday (UK time) on Thursday 30th September 2021 can be considered. Please quote reference <strong>153078</strong> on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held on 7th and 8th October and may be held in person (although this is to be confirmed).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</strong></div> </div>

Personal Assistant & Administrator, Innovation & Engagement Team

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Research Services are seeking an organised and enthusiastic person to support the Director for Innovation and Engagement, Research Services as well as provide day to day administrative support to the wider I&amp;E leadership team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the Director&#8217;s diary and provide thorough administrative support, including email management, fielding queries, meeting logistics and other related matters. In this busy and varied role, you will also play a vital part in the wider administration of the I&amp;E team working collaboratively with the Finance and Administrative Associate to provide comprehensive administrative support, across a wide range of activities to the whole team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a 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 have excellent interpersonal and communications skills, in person and in writing, and the ability to engage and communicate effectively widely. They will have experience of diary management, including making complex travel arrangements, and will be able to manage and prioritise a busy and varied workload. Excellent IT skills and a high level of accuracy and numeracy are also required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To make informal enquiries about the post, please contact Phil Clare (phil.clare@admin.ox.ac.uk) or Victoria Robson (Victoria.robson@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 noon on Thursday 30 September can be considered.</div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Scientist in Transplantation Science

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a highly motivated Post-Doctoral scientist to join Dr Kaisar&#8217;s team and work closely with the Oxford Transplant Research Group led by Professor Ploeg.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in NHSBT Blood Centre in Filton (Bristol) with flexibility to travel to the Oxford Transplant lab in John Radcliffe Hospital /Churchill Hospital - Oxford University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will lead research in identifying novel molecular markers of deceased donor kidney quality and in investigating key mechanisms of kidney injury and repair that could be targeted to improve the quality of donor organs. You will be using complementary protein biochemistry techniques, histology and in vitro models of human kidney cells.&#160; Your research will utilise unique resources of donor clinical samples from the QUOD biobank (www.quod.org.uk) and QUOD X whole organ platform. This project is part of ADMIRE, a multidisciplinary and multicentre study, recently funded by Kidney Research UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be integrated in a highly collaborative work environment with clinicians and senior scientists in organ donation, transplantation and organ reconditioning. You will have the opportunity to work closely with computational and biostatistics scientists based in Big Data Institute (BDI), University of Oxford and imaging and 3-D histology expertise with teams in University of Nottingham and UCL.&#160; You will work on in identifying protein signatures that are strong predictors of kidney dysfunction and in investigating key mechanisms</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate must have obtained a PhD in a relevant discipline such as immunology or biochemistry. You must have expertise in protein analysis and data interpretation of proteomic datasets. A background in kidney physiology or research in kidney disease will be advantageous. Excellent communication skills are essential as well as the ability to work independently with little supervision, prioritising your work effectively.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time post is available from October 2021 and is fixed-term for 24 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries regarding the post are encouraged and can be directed to Dr Maria Kaisar maria.kaisar@nds.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and as part of the application process you are required to upload your CV and a covering letter.&#160; Please quote reference NDSA824 on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 noon on 30 September 2021 can be considered.&#160; Interviews will be held 18 October 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate – Computational Chemistry

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 P.A.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Computational Chemistry to work under the supervision of Professor Fernanda Duarte and Chris Schofield for a period of up to 36 months. The project involves being part of an interdisciplinary team working to interface computational, organic and medicinal chemistry and clinical microbiology research to enable new antibacterial drugs for human and animal use. The postholder will be responsible for the development and application of computational strategies to identify new active molecules and study their mechanisms by means of molecular dynamics, quantum mechanics and machine learning.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Find out more about the Schofield research group at</em></div><br> <div><em>http://schofield.chem.ox.ac.uk/</em></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, to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. You will be responsible for the design and implementation of computational strategies, contribute ideas for new research projects and develop ideas for generating research income. You will be required to prepare scientific reports and journal articles and represent the research group at external meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold a PhD in theoretical/computational chemistry or biophysics, or a related area (or be close to completion) prior to taking up your appointment.&#160; The research requires experience in applying molecular simulations and quantum mechanical approaches to the study of biomolecules. Experience with enhanced simulation methods and in application and/or development of QM/MD methods for biomolecular simulations. You must also have the ability to work supportively in a laboratory environment, to supervise and educate junior co-workers and take part in joint projects. Applicants must be motivated, enthusiastic, organised and willing to learn new techniques</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Chemistry Research Laboratory, 12 Mansfield Road, Oxford, 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,&#160;Thursday 30&#160;September 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</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.&#160; 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>

Postdoctoral Research Associate – Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 P.A.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Associates to work under the supervision of Professor Chris Schofield, in collaboration with Professor Tim Walsh on a project which involves the synthesis of new molecules to combat antimicrobial resistance via a multidisciplinary approach employing state of the art assays, medicinal chemistry and clinical microbiology. The focus will be on organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry. &#160;The research is funded by INEOS Oxford Institute of Antimicrobial Research (IOI-AMR).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Find out more about the Schofield research group at</em></div><br> <div><em>http://schofield.chem.ox.ac.uk/&#160;</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidates will be responsible the design and synthesis of inhibitors for the overall project. They will test hypotheses and analyse scientific data, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate, and adapt existing and develop new synthetic techniques and synthetic methodology. They will be responsible for managing their own academic research and administrative activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates should have a PhD (or be close to completion) in Synthetic Chemistry or Chemical Biology prior to taking up your appointment. They should have extensive expertise in organic synthesis and be able to demonstrate competence and success in their thesis research area. They should be able to demonstrate an ability to work supportively in a laboratory environment and with minimal supervision. They will be well organised and be able to keep detailed laboratory records and report on progress at regular intervals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Chemistry Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, 12 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3QT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These are fixed term positions for up to 36 months (with a possibility of extension).</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 12pm, Thursday 30 September 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford and the Department of Chemistry are Athena SWAN Silver award holders.&#160; Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Research Assistant on the SCorCH Project

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: Salary in the range of £29,614 - £33,309 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a research assistant 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.&#160;</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 first degree in Computer Science (or close to completion) or a related mathematical discipline. 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.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 30 September 2021.</strong> &#160;</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>

Senior Clinical Research Fellow

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade E82: £82,096 - £110,683 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 NDPH, and is one of the world&#8217;s leading centres for research into chronic diseases, especially kidney and heart disease and cancer.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Senior Clinical Research Fellow you will join an existing team of clinicians, statisticians, programmers and study management staff involved in the design, conduct and analysis of RECOVERY, which is the world&#8217;s largest trial of treatments for patients hospitalised with COVID-19. Under the supervision of senior academic colleagues, you will be expected to coordinate the trial&#8217;s day to day activities including proposing and evaluating the feasibility of therapies to assess in RECOVERY, coordinating the necessary protocol amendments, approvals and IT updates required to do so, preparing manuscripts, providing clinical support for on-going studies, and contributing to the training and development activities of the NDPH.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this role you will be GMC registered with a valid licence to practice. You will hold an honorary (non-stipendiary) contract at consultant level with a relevant NHS Trust and have Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in a relevant medical specialty. A higher degree (MD, PhD or equivalent), significant experience in the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials and an international reputation in your area of expertise are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years in the first instance. The closing date for applications is noon on 30th September 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Manager Therapy Acceleration Laboratory (TAL)

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,835 - £56,587 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <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,&#160;Professor Paresh Vyas, 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 Thursday 30 September 2021.</div> </div>

Systems Administrator

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Systems Administrator to join our established systems team in the Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services Department. This is an exciting time for the libraries and the role offers you the opportunity to play a key part in the delivery of new and enhanced digital services supporting library staff, readers, academics and the wider public.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will join a team of two responsible for the design, implementation and administration of the libraries&#8217; IT infrastructure. The main operating systems are Red Hat and Ubuntu run in a VMware virtualised environment with service provision increasingly delivered through a hybrid of in-house/cloud infrastructure. The role offers an opportunity to work with storage on a multi-petabyte scale as we look to grow our digital preservation capabilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be an experienced systems administrator familiar with operating Linux servers in a virtualised environment. You will be happy supporting projects, both business and research led, as well as undertaking day-to-day administration tasks including server installation and configuration, security patching, performance monitoring, back-ups etc.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time role on a 3-year fixed term contract.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Thursday 30 September 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place week commencing Monday 11 October 2021.</div> </div>

Web Content and Communications Officer

Closes: Sept. 30, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are recruiting an experienced web and communications professional to work as part of our Public Engagement team. The Web Content and Communications Officer will have responsibility for overseeing the Museum of Natural History&#8217;s website and its internal and external communications. They will write and edit content and media, create web pages through our CMS, and work on the communication of a wide range of information, campaigns, and projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have a demonstrable experience in a similar position in a web content management and communications environment. They will have experience using content management systems, an understanding of web accessibility standards, and excellent copywriting skills. An interest in science communication is also desirable.</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 CV and supporting statement addressing the selection criteria. 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). &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Closing date: Noon, 30 September 2021</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong></strong>Interview date: Friday 8th October 2021<strong></strong></div> </div>

Apprentice Facilities Support Assistant

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £20,047 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></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 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. 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Category Buyer

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford are seeking an experienced Category Buyer, to report to the Head of Purchasing. The Category Buyer will support the delivery of robust purchasing and supplier management strategies across the Said Business School and its subsidiary, Oxford <strong>Sa&#239;d</strong> Business School Ltd.</div><br> <div>The postholder will be required to build strong relationships both internally and externally, namely with stakeholders within the School, the wider University Purchasing function and with our strategic suppliers. In doing so, they will they ensure that our business needs are thoroughly understood and effectively met, whilst allowing us to leverage the purchasing power and expertise of the wider University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Given the volume of purchasing activity undertaken, an area of particular focus will be in supporting the CIO and Director of Estates with their contracting and supplier management. Both areas will face significant change over the coming years, as we bring a major new teaching and residential facility into use.</div><br> <div>The postholder will benefit from a keen interest and enthusiasm for IT and technology-based solutions and will demonstrate experience of managing contracts where innovation and quality are as important as price.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The School is committed to the development of its staff. We see this as an excellent opportunity for the right individual to develop in a varied, high growth environment, and with the support of a strong network of colleagues. The School would expect to provide time and financial support to the right candidate to pursue a relevant professional qualification. As we are willing to invest in technical skills, a particular immediate focus will be on candidates&#8217; soft skills.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The School is also working hard to improve the sustainability and inclusivity of its operations. The postholder will help to ensure these commitments are reflected in our supply chain.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will have experience of developing and implementing category management plans, experience of letting/tendering agreements and frameworks with suppliers to generate savings and efficiencies. You will have strong negotiation ability and experience in driving value for money to reduce risk. Ideally you will also have good analytical skills, having confidence in extracting and manipulating data.</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.&#160;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&#160;</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 1 October 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Customer Service Assistant (Weekends)

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £20,092 - £22,847 p.a., pro rota

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a part-time Customer Service Assistant to join the Sports Department team, working at our Iffley Road Sports Complex. You will be leading our customer service experience by helping, guiding and motivating our customers through their fitness and wellbeing journey.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working hours are 9.5 every other weekend: Saturday 12:30 &#8211; 17:30 and Sunday 08:00 &#8211; 12:30.&#160; In addition to excellent opportunities for personal and professional development, benefits of working for the University of Oxford include&#160;38 days of paid annual leave, inclusive of eight public holidays (pro rata for part-time staff); annual incremental salary progression, pension scheme; sick pay.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>There will be additional paid training days throughout the year which are obligatory.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent, part-time post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be made online.&#160; Please quote Reference 153391 on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8 - £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. with a discretionary range up to £54,943

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Machine Learning to join the Torr Vision Group at the Department of Engineering Science (central Oxford).&#160; The post is fixed-term for 5 years. The Torr Vision Group (TVG) is an internationally leading research lab in computer vision and machine learning.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main research focus of the role is to lead a team of PDRAs and DPhil students within the Oxford Torr Vision Group in developing technologies for reliable and efficient deep neural networks. We invite applications of candidates with strong expertise in developing algorithms for deep neural networks that (1) can learn continually; (2) can provide reliable uncertainty estimates; (3) are robust to perturbations; and (4) are provably robust. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As well as supervising the work of the other team members and managing some of these projects, this job involves helping to develop the long-term vision for reliable and efficient machine learning systems, establishing and answering new research questions and providing both thought and technical leadership.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main teaching focus will be in the field of information engineering, with particular emphasis on machine learning and computer vision.&#160; &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold a relevant PhD/DPhil, with post qualification research experience in deep learning and computer vision. In particular, we encourage applicants with a strong background in the areas related to efficient, reliable, and robust deep neural networks applied to computer vision tasks. Candidates will also have substantial experience of closely supervising DPhil and Masters students, and also have shown experience of writing and obtaining research grants.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Prof Philip Torr - philip.torr@eng.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see&#160;www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on the 1st October 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.</div> </div>

Deputy Head of Academic Administration

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a. (with discretionary range to £54,943 p.a.)

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking to appoint an experienced Deputy Head of Academic Administration to deliver a varied, complex and stimulating workstream, on a permanent, full-time basis. Although this post is based at the Mathematical Institute, the department may consider applications to work remotely for part of your weekly working hours.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Mathematical Institute has a large cohort of around 450 postgraduate students, split across 3 research degree programmes and 6 MSc programmes, each one unique with places in high demand. As Deputy Head of Academic Administration, you will support these programmes at a senior level, providing expert advice and guidance to students and departmental colleagues at all levels on various matters related to postgraduate studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also often be the first port of call for our postgraduate students, building a rapport and providing supportive advice and guidance as required. You will undertake complex student casework; service various academic committees within the department; manage projects; and contribute to the MPLS Division and wider University through membership of committees and working groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will play a key leadership role in the Academic Administration team through a period of team expansion, line managing five colleagues and overseeing their professional development, and advising three CDT Administrators. You will work closely with the Director of Graduate Studies (Research), the Director of Graduate Studies (Taught), the MSc Course Directors and the Head of Academic Administration, who you will deputise for when required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for candidates who are able to provide strategic and operational advice to a number of academic and professional services colleagues, and can demonstrate a significant breadth and depth of knowledge to ably advise students. You will have an honours degree or equivalent experience and evidence of strong intellectual capacity and analytical skills, be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and demonstrate an ability to gain the confidence of a wide range of people. You will also have experience of staff management involving a diverse workforce, experience of committee servicing at a senior level, and be able to manage and prioritise a complex portfolio of work 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><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 Charlotte Turner-Smith, Head of Academic Administration, via email: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:charlotte.turner-smith@maths.ox.ac.uk">charlotte.turner-smith@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>. Informal enquiries regarding the application process should be directed to the Recruitment Coordinator at the email address given below, quoting vacancy reference 153351.</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 Friday 1 October 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Early Career Research Fellow in Ethics in AI - Moral/Political Philosophy (Corpus Christi)

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7.1 : £33,309 - £40,927.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a full-time Early Career Research Fellow in Ethics in AI at the Faculty of Philosophy, in association with a Research Fellowship at Corpus Christi College, presenting an outstanding opportunity for career advancement in a relatively new field of research. The post is fixed-term for three years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford has launched a major initiative in Ethics in AI, leading to the establishment of an Institute for Ethics in AI, to be based in the Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities, under the aegis of the Faculty of Philosophy. The Institute builds upon the University&#8217;s world-class capabilities in the humanities to lead the study of the ethical implications of artificial intelligence and other new computing technologies. The Early Career Research Fellow will pursue their own research under the supervision of the Ethics in AI Institute Director, John Tasioulas. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary interactions and collaborative research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be expected to provide evidence of exceptional potential for academic research and publication. They need not have already carried out research on ethics in AI, but must demonstrate expertise in moral or political philosophy with evidence of the potential to undertake significant research&#160;which will contribute to the work of the Institute for Ethics in AI. As a Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, candidates will be expected to carry out independent research, undertake 3 hours undergraduate teaching per week in Ethics and Practical Ethics and participate in the annual undergraduate admissions exercise.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Successful candidates will hold a doctoral degree in a field of moral or political philosophy or will at least have submitted a doctoral dissertation submitted for examination by the advertised closing date for this position, and will be expected to provide evidence of an outstanding academic research record, appropriate to their career stage. Also essential are excellent research skills, and the ability to work independently and without close supervision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this post are to be made online.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 1 October 2021</div> </div>

Grants Finance Officer

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

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly organised Grants Finance Officer 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>The Grants Finance Officer is part of the Finance Team, but works closely with the Research Accounts team and the academic staff.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will provide support to the Finance Manager and Research Facilitator in all aspects of post-award grants administration, including regular monitoring of grant expenditure and staff cost allocations, according to research funders&#8217; terms and conditions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role is varied and interesting, and you will occasionally take the lead on small projects.</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.</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><br> <br><strong>Only applications received before midday on Friday 1st October will be considered. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</strong></div> </div>

HR Administrator (Faculty Services)

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Said Business School, University of Oxford are seeking a competent HR Administrator (Faculty Services) who will support all administrative duties for the Faculty Services HR Team, and HR Partners. This position is offered on a fixed term basis for two years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Senior HR Partner, the HR Administrator (Faculty Services) is a key member of the HR Team, providing vital administrative support to the Team, playing an important role in delivering an efficient and effective HR service for Said Business School staff. You will collaborate closely with the Faculty Services HR Team, providing support with academic recruitment, academic promotions and outside appointments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The HR Administrator will take a supportive and collaborative approach in delivering an efficient, customer focused HR service for a range of staff, having high levels of personal discretion in dealing with confidential matters, and will have a keen focus on attention to detail.&#160;The post holder will work closely with a range of stakeholders, including Said Business School staff, and the wider University, and so it is important that a high level of professionalism is displayed at all times.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants will have prior experience of working in a fast paced, busy HR function, dealing with day-to-day operational matters, have the ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team. A clear communicator, you will respond both verbally and in writing to a multitude of queries from across the School and University. Ideally you will have knowledge of payroll processes including basic calculations, including a competency in sickness and absence monitoring and reporting.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information on this role and how to apply can be found in the job description.&#160;All applications must include a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>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 Friday 1 October 2021 at 12.00 noon.&#160;</strong></div> </div>

IT Support Officer

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

<div> <p></p><div>The Desktop Services Team in IT Services are seeking an experienced and dedicated IT Support Officer who is passionate about helping others with their IT problems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The purpose of the role is to provide technical support (2nd / 3rd level).&#160; This involves dealing with technical queries, advising on technical issues, diagnosing faults, determining solutions and communicating with users. There will also be opportunities to contribute to developing and improving our services as well as getting involved in associated project work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a well-established team that provides managed desktop services to UAS (University Administration and Services) and to GLAM (Gardens, Libraries and Museums) across more than 80 locations. The successful candidate will require knowledge, experience and technical competence across a wide range of areas including user support, maintaining and troubleshooting hardware and software, networking and Microsoft Windows desktop operating systems.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a real advocate of excellent customer service and demonstrate a drive and desire to deliver this alongside the provision of professional IT support. You will also be a real team player but still be comfortable working alone.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be enthusiastic about learning new IT skills, delivering support services in a timely, consistent and conscientious manner and be committed to keeping track of your outstanding work, ensuring users are kept informed of progress.&#160;Prior experience of working in an IT technical support role is essential along with a very good all-round knowledge of IT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy <strong>must</strong> include:</div><br> <div>1.&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; A detailed supporting statement which addresses each of the essential and desirable criteria detailed in the job description and gives clear examples of how you meet them.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>2.&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; A C.V. which shows previous experience in a technical support role</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this vacancy is 12.00 noon on Friday 1 October 2021.</div> </div>

Lifeguard/Sports Assistant

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for two full-time Lifeguard/Sports Assistants to join the Sports Department team, working within the swimming pool, gyms, sports halls and multi-purpose room.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold an RLSS National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ).&#160; &#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Lifeguard/Sports Assistants work on a well-balanced shift rota which includes evenings, weekends and early mornings. Working hours are an average of 36.5 per week over a set 2-week shift pattern.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to excellent opportunities for personal and professional development, benefits of working for the University of Oxford include 30 days&#8217; annual leave plus 8 Bank Holidays; annual incremental salary progression, pension scheme; sick pay.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These are permanent, full-time posts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Owing to the nature of these positions, any offer of employment with the University will be subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be made online.&#160; Please quote Reference 153383 on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on Friday 1 October 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will take place on Thursday 7 October 2021 via Microsoft Teams.</div> </div>

Maintenance Engineer

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum with a discretionary range to £34,304 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Estates Services is responsible for the management and strategic direction of the University of Oxford&#8217;s functional and commercial estate comprising some 440 buildings and the associated infrastructure. The Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) is responsible for day-to-day reactive and routine maintenance across the University&#8217;s estate.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Maintenance Engineer will be responsible for both reactive and planned maintenance of mechanical plant and equipment across the University estate. They will report directly to the Mechanical Supervisor, but will be responsible for prioritising, planning and carrying out allocated tasks.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As well as extensive experience of mechanical maintenance, the post holder will be computer literate and able to keep accurate electronic records, ideally using handheld devices. Experience of supervising contractors is essential, as is the ability to work in accordance with health and safety guidelines.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Full details of the selection criteria are available in the Job Description.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Friday 1 October 2021.</div> </div>

Part-time Lifeguard/Sports Assistant

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for two part-time Lifeguard/Sports Assistants to join the Sports Department team, working within the swimming pool, gyms, sports halls and multi-purpose room.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold an RLSS National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Lifeguard/Sports Assistants work on a well-balanced shift rota which includes evenings, weekends and early mornings. Working hours are an average of 15 per week over a set 2-week shift pattern.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In addition to excellent opportunities for personal and professional development, benefits of working for the University of Oxford include 30 days&#8217; annual leave (pro-rata) plus 8 Bank Holidays; annual incremental salary progression, pension scheme; sick pay.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These are permanent, part-time posts.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Owing to the nature of these positions, any offer of employment with the University will be subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be made online.&#160; Please quote Reference 153382 on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on Friday 1 October 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will take place on Thursday 7 October 2021.</div> </div>

Part-time Receptionist

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £20,092- £22,847 (with a discretionary range to £24,871) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The School of Archaeology is looking to recruit several part-time Receptionists to help provide a first-class reception service for staff, students and visitors to the School of Archaeology.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be joining our professional and friendly reception team within the School and the posts will be based at our central Oxford site at 36 Beaumont Street.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent communication skills since you will be the first point of contact for welcoming and assisting staff, students and visitors. You will also be responsible for dealing with general front of house enquiries, including answering telephone and responding to emails. You will also provide administrative support for departmental staff and make the arrangements for conferences, seminars and meetings.&#160; Hours for each post would be between 12 - 20 hours per week.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have excellent organisational skills, excellent written and spoken communication and interpersonal skills, together with the ability to manage a diverse workload in an efficient manner. Previous experience in working in an administrative or similar role and a demonstrable interest in Archaeology are desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:hr@arch.ox.ac.uk">hr@arch.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon on Friday 1 October</strong>. Interviews are likely to be held on MS Teams during the week commencing <strong>Monday 4th October</strong> and it is hoped that the successful applicants will be able to begin as soon as possible following appointment.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metabolomics

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metabolomics to work on a collaborative research project with Professor James McCullagh, Director of Mass Spectrometry Research Facility on a research project, initially for a period of 12 months with the possibility for extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role will involve conducting a metabolomics method development and application project to explore the capabilities of ion-chromatography coupled directly to Orbitrap mass spectrometry (IC-MS) for untargeted and targeted metabolomics. Using state of the art instrumentation supplied by our project partner ThermoFisher Scientific, the role will focus on exploring technical capabilities and applying IC-MS in a number of research projects. Other duties will include helping organise, workshops, writing manuscripts, grant applications and making presentations at conferences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Find out more about the research group at: www.chem.ox.ac.uk/spectroscopy/mass-spec/ and http://research.chem.ox.ac.uk/james-mccullagh-.aspx</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil in Analytical Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry applications in biochemistry, biomedical research or a related area. You should be familiar with the use of multiple liquid chromatography methods coupled to Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry and the preparation of biological samples (cells, tissues and bio-fluids) for mass spectrometry-based metabolomics.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Mass Spectrometry Research Facility, Department of Chemistry, Mansfield Road, Oxford.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on <strong>Friday 1 October 2021</strong> can be considered. Interviews will be held shortly after the closing date.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Department of Chemistry is an Athena SWAN Silver award holder.&#160; Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Postgraduate Academic Administrator

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postgraduate Academic Administrator who will assist with the operational aspects of postgraduate administration. Working closely with the Senior Academic Administrator and Teaching Facilitator you will ensure that all areas of the course are delivered effectively.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have experience in a large complex organisation with proven skills in operational management and effective service provision.&#160; You will have the ability to gain the confidence of senior colleagues and to establish strong working relationships at all levels within the department.&#160; The ability to understand the informational needs of others and to disseminate complex information effectively is essential, together with having a high level of personal integrity with the ability to take on the responsibility for your own work. You will be highly organised and have experience of working within a complex and pressurised environment and have the ability to prioritise to ensure successful outcomes are achieved. Excellent IT skills are also expected.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time permanent post is funded by the Department and is based at The Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is graded on the University&#8217;s Grade 5 scale. The actual starting salary offered will be based on qualifications and relevant skills acquired.</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 1st October 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Programme & Materials Officer (0.6 FTE)

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (full time equivalent)

<div> <p></p><div>Oxford Sa&#239;d Business School are seeking a highly organised and customer service focused Programme &amp; Materials Officer to join our Executive Degrees team, on a permanent, part-time basis (0.6 FTE, c.22 hours per week).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Executive Degree programmes include the School&#8217;s world-class flagship Executive &#8211; MBA (EMBA) and Masters in Major Programme Management (MMPM) post graduate degrees, and Postgraduate Diplomas in Strategy &amp; Innovation; Organisational Leadership; Financial Strategy, Global Business and Artificial Intelligence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the Programmes &amp; Materials Officer, you will hold a highly responsible position within the Student and Programme Services (SPS) unit of professional staff. You will be a core member of the team that deliver the highest quality of student experience, which includes Admissions, Full-time and Executive Degrees, Student Welfare and Career Development.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post requires considerable networking and communication internally, with Faculty, Students, Students and Programme Services staff and externally with Publishers and Libraries. Having a collaborative approach with other team members is essential. This position will suit someone who has an interest in furthering their career within higher education, and events management.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the Programme &amp; Materials Officer, it is essential that you have exceptional customer service skills, along with being able to manage a complex workload with conflicting deadlines. You will be comfortable with managing projects from inception to completion and have strong stakeholder management skills, liaising with multiple departments within the school.</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 on Friday 1 October 2021.&#160;</strong></div> </div>

Project Officer - Ashmolean Museum

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (with a discretionary range to £38,587)

<div> <p></p><div>Are you a creative development or communications professional with an interest in Museums and collections?&#160; Do you have proven experience in planning, coordinating and implementing projects with tight deadlines? Are you a graduate or equivalent with outstanding writing and project management skills? Then we would like to hear from you!</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working as part of the development team for the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, you will have the opportunity to work alongside the Museum&#8217;s world-class collections and curators to advance the Museum&#8217;s strategic objectives. You will be responsible for creating compelling proposals, researching potential donors, processing gifts and managing the team&#8217;s stewardship programme.&#160; You will also be a key part of the development team within the Museum and work on projects including communications, appeals, networking and special events. No two days will be the same!&#160; This is a new role within the team and will crucially underpin the entire team&#8217;s work to make a real difference to our fundraising.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on 1 October 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your online application.&#160; Interviews are currently scheduled to take place on 20 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Associate on Ethical Web and Data Architectures

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary £41,526 – £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are excited to announce a 2-year (with the possibility of an extension for 1 more year) Research Associate position at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of Professors Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee. The Research Associate will be part of the newly funded multi-million-pound research project &#8211; Ethical Web and Data Architectures in the Age of AI - supported by the Oxford Martin School. The successful candidate will be located in the Department of Computer Science and be a member of the Human Centred Computing Theme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for elements of the design, development and deployment of new forms of technical infrastructure and cutting-edge privacy-preserving methods consistent with the aim of the EWADA project. They will work collaboratively with the PIs and other members of the research team on the project, as well as independently leading and developing their own body of research in line with the project&#8217;s aims. The post holder will be a member of the Human Centred Computing theme within the Department of Computer Science. The research group carries out world leading research relating to Human Computer Interaction, Human Centred AI, responsible innovation, and ethical data infrastructures. More information on Human Centred Computing can be found here: https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/research/HCC/.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will also be part of the EWADA research programme, which brings together researchers from Oxford&#8217;s Department of Computer Science, Faculties of Law and Philosophy, the Oxford Internet Institute, and the Blavatnik School of Government (https://ewada.ox.ac.uk ).</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>This post is a full time, fixed term contract for 2 years, with the possibility of an extension for 1 more year. 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>at 12 noon on 1 Octob</strong><strong>er</strong> <strong>2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in late October.</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>

SCG Early Career Research Fellow at SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence in Chemistry

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296

<div> <p></p><div><strong>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT &#8211; PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY&#160;</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence in Chemistry has an exciting career development opportunity for an Early Career Research Fellow in the broad areas of the Circular Economy and Sustainable Chemistry. Working within the SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Chemistry under the supervision of Professor Dermot O&#8217;Hare you will play a leading role in creating and executing the CoE&#8217;s medium term strategic objectives, utilising molecular Inorganic Chemistry to address areas such as (i) future uses of plastics, (ii) utilisation of renewable feedstocks, (iii) CO2 chemistry, (iv) green ammonia or hydrogen synthesis. This is a fixed term position for up to 30 months to start as soon as possible.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Find out more about the CoE and O&#8217;Hare research and group:<a rel="nofollow" href="http://ohare.chem.ox.ac.uk/home">here</a></em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have an excellent publication record, commensurate with your career stage, and familiarity with areas relating to Sustainable Chemistry and the Circular Economy. This would have been achieved via a PhD in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry or a related subject, with postdoctoral research experience. You will also need to able to demonstrate an ability to work well as part of a team in a laboratory environment and take responsibility for managing both your own day-to-day research activities, and those of more junior PDRAs and research students. Experience in managing a research budget, report writing and giving presentations is also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Whilst the role is a Grade 8 (&#163;42,149 - &#163;50,296 p.a.) position, we would be willing to consider candidates with potential but less experience, who are seeking a development opportunity. In this instance an initial appointment would be at Grade 7 (&#163;33,309 - &#163;40,927 p.a.) with the responsibilities adjusted accordingly. This would be discussed with applicants at interview/ appointment where appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Department of Chemistry, Chemistry Research Laboratory, 12, Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TA.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>You will be required to upload ALL of the following as part of your online application:</strong></div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; <strong>1-page Supporting Statement,</strong></div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; <strong>2-page CV,</strong></div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; <strong>2-page Research Proposal on your future research in Sustainable Chemistry</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday, Friday 1 October 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</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.&#160; Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Senior Statistical Geneticist

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 to £49,553 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS VACANCY HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY 1st OCTOBER 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</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. The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH), a key partner in the Big Data Institute (BDI), contains world-renowned population health research groups and is an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary teaching and research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking an experienced statistical geneticist, with a strong background in statistical leadership. You will play a key role in determining the strategic direction of future research carried out by the group and will be responsible for the statistical design and supervision of analyses, reporting of study findings and developing effective academic collaborations. Moreover, you will develop will contribute to other areas of research within the programmes, represent the group at national and international conferences and assist with student supervision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will hold a relevant PhD and have post-qualification research experience. You will have demonstrable experience in at least three of the following areas, Generation and/or analysis of high-throughput genetic and genomic data, Genome-scale association analyses in GWAS and/or sequence data, Bioinformatics including manipulation and integration of large genetic and genomic data sets and analysis within large international consortia.</div><br> <div>&#160; The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed term until December 2022.The closing date for applications is noon on 1st October 2021.</div> </div>

Stores and Goods-in Assistant

Closes: Oct. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 3: £19,612 - £22,417 with a discretionary range to £24,461 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Previous applicants need not apply</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly motivated Stores and Goods-in Assistant to join the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will assist the Stores and Glassware Manager with the receipt and distribution of goods within the Centre. You will interact in a professional manner with Centre staff members and delivery staff at all times. You will accurately check receipts against purchase orders and delivery notes and will assist with the receipting of all goods received using Oracle Financials. You will liaise with the Centre&#8217;s Accounts Team to ensure that orders, delivery notes and invoices are all matched correctly.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to GCSE standard or equivalent with Maths, English and Science at Grade C or above. You will need clear enthusiasm for the role and the tasks listed in the job description, along with a keen interest and commitment to working as part of the Facilities Team in the busy scientific research environment of the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics. The ability to use initiative to resolve day to day problems, whilst working under the supervision of the Stores and Glassware Manager and the line management of the Building and Facilities Manager is required. Excellent ability to communicate with other people and a commitment to providing the highest levels of customer service is essential.</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>153393</strong> on all correspondence. Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Friday, 1 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Advanced Numerical Optimisation in Magnetic Resonance

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, midnight; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work under the supervision of Dr Mohammadali Foroozandeh on a research project funded by the Royal Society. The project involves the design and development of advanced numerical methods for effectively manipulating quantum systems of non-interacting and interacting spins drawing on state-of-the-art derivative-based and derivative-free optimisation techniques. One of the main objectives will be applying these techniques to optimise magnetic resonance detection schemes (e.g. liquid- and solid-state NMR and ESR) via the design of radiofrequency and microwave pulses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for managing your own academic research and administrative activities. You will develop and verify hypotheses and analyse data. You will adapt existing methods and develop new algorithms and numerical methods. You should be able to work and effectively communicate with collaborators with various backgrounds and represent the research group at meetings. You should have excellent time management and be able to provide concise but detailed reports on progress at regular intervals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a good knowledge of optimisation methods, quantum mechanics, spin dynamics, linear algebra, and ODEs. You should be familiar with the applications of numerical methods in magnetic resonance. You should have excellent programming skills in MATLAB or Python (or both), be familiar with vectorisation and parallel computing, and have the ability to translate mathematical formalisms to computer programs effectively. You should have a PhD in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, or Computer Science (or have submitted a PhD thesis prior to taking up the appointment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in Chemistry Research Laboratory, the Department of Chemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford. This position is Fixed-term for 6 months, starting as soon as possible.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please consider applying if you are confident to satisfy at least 70% of the selection criteria (seven out of the ten criteria listed in the job description).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before Monday 04 October 2021 can be considered.&#160; Interviews are likely to be held the week commencing Monday 18 October 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.&#160; Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Administrative Assistant

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum pro-rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Administrative Assistant will deliver an essential function within the Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach department (UAO) and sits within the UAO Administrative team. This team is comprised of the Administrative Manager; two Administrative Officers; this role and the Executive Assistant. This team delivers administrative services in personnel and financial processing; executive support to the UAO&#8217;s senior team; and office management that supports the running of the UAO and provides essential support to the UAO&#8217;s 46 staff members who work across multiple programmes and project strands.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main focus of this role will be on the administration of financial and personnel procedures for the UAO; and provision of wider support to the UAO office in handling a broad range of enquiries relating to the administration. This role is key to the effective running of the UAO.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience in an administrative role with excellent IT skills and the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels and be ready to deliver excellent service to the UAO. You will have experience of completing administrative processes accurately and be able to balance a busy and varied workload. You are a proactive, friendly and committed individual ready to provide exceptional support to our busy department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>UAO 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>Staff are currently working remotely but due to return to on site working in some capacity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 4 October 2021. Interviews are anticipated to be held on Wednesday 20 October 2021.</div> </div>

Administrative Assistant (Part Time)

Closes: Oct. 4, 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 04 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Administrative Officer (Maternity Cover)

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The Administrative Officer will deliver an essential function within the Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach department (UAO) and sits within the UAO Administrative team. This team is comprised of the Administrative Manager; this role; a second part-time Administrative Officer; the Administrative Assistant and the Executive Assistant. This team delivers administrative services in personnel and financial processing; executive support to the UAO&#8217;s senior team; and office management that supports the running of the UAO and provides essential support to the UAO&#8217;s 46 staff members who work across multiple programmes and project strands.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is covering period of maternity and the main focus of the role will be on the administration of financial procedures for the UAO; UAO&#8217;s casual worker administration; and delivering the necessary general administration relating to the management of a busy office. This role is envisioned to be an exciting and challenging one.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be an experienced administrator who enjoys being part of a small, close-knit team. You are self-reliant and able to thrive when taking ownership of projects and responsibilities assigned to you. You work with flexibility and are motivated to support our department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This vacancy is a fantastic opportunity for someone already working in university administration who is ready for their next challenge, we are therefore very happy to consider a secondment arrangement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Staff are currently working remotely but due to return to on site working in some capacity.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon Monday 4 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday 19 October 2021.</div> </div>

Apprentice Recruitment Assistant

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Apprentice Grade 1: £20,047 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 Recruitment Assistant in the Senior Appointments and Apprenticeships Team. This newly-created role offers a great opportunity for you to be involved in the delivery and development of the University&#8217;s apprenticeship programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will spend the majority of your time supporting the Apprenticeships team, but you will also have the opportunity to work with the Senior Appointments recruitment team. Your work will involve supporting the administration processes for recruitments, and maintaining records for new and existing apprenticeships. You will help to prepare and manage events, and create content for multiple channels including social media. Alongside your main responsibilities, you will be encouraged and championed to contribute your thoughts and ideas to help the University to increase awareness of the apprenticeship route, and to improve efficiency across our processes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role will provide you with plenty of variety, which will give you the opportunity to discover where to take your career next. &#160;You will be an apprentice ambassador and have the opportunity to be involved in internal and external events, building your network and public speaking skills.</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>The team work flexibly between home and the office at Wellington Square in Oxford city centre.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of your apprenticeship, you will be required to attend Abingdon and Witney College for ten 1-day workshops, to be held either at their Abingdon campus or Witney campus.</div><br> <div>In total, it will take 2 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. 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Biophysical Assay Development & Screening Scientist

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly-motivated Biophysical Assay Development &amp; Screening Scientist to join the Assay Development &amp; Screening team within the Alzheimer&#8217;s Research UK Oxford Drug Discovery Institute (ODDI).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for developing biochemical and biophysical assays and optimising them for utilisation in high throughput screening campaigns and compound evaluation cascades. You will use and manage specialist scientific equipment in a laboratory environment, such as the liquid handling equipment (Echo, Tempest) plate readers (Pherastar, FLIPR) and biophysical equipment (Biacore, Octet, Prometheus), and determine the most appropriate methodologies to test compounds, and identify suitable alternatives if technical problems arise. You will manage your own research on a number of dementia projects and administrative activities, such as data entry into dotmatics, within guidelines provided by senior colleagues, as well as contribute to the writing of scientific reports, journal articles and the presentation of data/papers at conferences.&#160;</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 specialist knowledge in one or more biochemical/biophysical assay, and have experience of establishing assay protocols, considering throughput, specificity and robustness. You will be able to manage own research and administrative activities such as management of lab reagent stock, lab book writing. It is essential that you have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write text that can be published, present data at conferences, and represent the research group at meetings</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 Monday 4 October 2021&#160;will be considered. Please quote <strong>153170</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Events and Alumni Officer

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

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated and organised individual to join the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR) as one of two part-time Events and Alumni Officers (job share), to share events and alumni relations responsibilities. The position is available for start from 7 November 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a varied role that covers in-person and virtual events at DPIR, ranging from seminars and workshops to conferences and distinguished annual lectures, and supporting a range of alumni activities.</div><br> <div>You will, with your co-Events and Alumni Officer, split day-to-day responsibilities equally, and divide event responsibilities on a project-by-project basis. In this role you might take the lead on flagship events such as the Cyril Foster Lecture (the University&#8217;s annual distinguished lecture in the field of International Relations), help organise DPIR&#8217;s contribution to the University&#8217;s Meeting Minds Alumni events, Undergraduate Open Days, and support a number of other key events and lectures throughout the year.</div><br> <div>Events responsibilities include planning and running of the Department&#8217;s events, liaising with academic convenors, speakers, vendors and colleagues across the Department and the University, as well as the technical training and support of colleagues to run their own virtual events.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will also contribute to alumni relations strategy and planning, delivering a range of alumni events, communications and initiatives (including networking and mentoring projects, and departmental fundraising campaigns). You will be a polite and helpful first port-of-call for the Department&#8217;s alumni, responding efficiently to requests, and keep the University&#8217;s alumni database &#8216;DARS&#8217; up-to-date.</div><br> <div>You will be proactive, very organised, and flexible, with excellent communication and event organisation skills. You will work effectively both independently and as a team member with colleagues from varying backgrounds.</div><br> <div>You will be expected to work out-of-office hours on occasions, dependent on event timings (time in lieu may be claimed). The position is available for start from 7 November 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>Informal enquiries about this role can be addressed to the Communications Manager, Helen Morley at helen.morley@politics.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 and details of two referees as part of your online application. Only applications received before midday (UK time) on Monday 4 October 2021 can be considered. Please quote reference <strong>153109</strong> on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held week commencing 18 October and may be held in person (although this is to be confirmed).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</strong></div> </div>

Imaging Facility Manager

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are welcomed for an Imaging Facility Manager to join the &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/research/facilities/wolfson-imaging-centre">MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine (WIMM</a>).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Optical imaging and image analysis are integral and key scientific activities throughout the MRC WIMM, and the successful and smooth running of the core Facility is vital for scientific success. Interacting with senior scientists on a day-to-day basis you will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Facility; training staff, students and visitors in use of the imaging equipment; providing users with expert advice and assistance and where applicable suggesting and / or developing alternative methodologies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a PhD or a degree in a relevant scientific discipline and extensive experience in optical microscopy, including a wide range of advanced techniques such as live cell imaging, confocal, TIRF, FRAP, FRET and super-resolution techniques. You will have experience of managing a core Facility, including problem solving skills, experience of managing budgets, tendering processes and maintenance contract negotiation. A fundamental understanding of both physics and biology and experience in computing, especially with regards to image analysis, are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available fixed-term until 31 March 2027, funded by the Medical Research Council.&#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><strong>The closing date for this position is 12.00 noon on&#160; Monday 4 October 2021.</strong></div> </div>

MSc Course Administrator

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Mathematical Institute is seeking an MSc Course Administrator to join its Academic Administration team on a permanent, full time basis. Although this post is based at the Mathematical Institute, the department may consider applications to work remotely for part of your weekly working hours.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role presents the exciting opportunity to act as the lead administrator for one of the Mathematical Institute&#8217;s prestigious postgraduate taught course programmes. Your duties will include being responsible for all on course administration; ensuring the smooth running of the administration for examinations; administering the postgraduate admissions process; and effectively managing course finances, including the budget for events. You will also service various committees related to postgraduate studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Deputy Head of Academic Administration, you will be the first point of contact for all queries relating to graduate student matters. As such, 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. You will have experience and a good understanding of general administrative practices and procedures; excellent organisational skills; and be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, including when explaining regulations to others.</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: <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 at the email address given below, quoting vacancy reference 153352.</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 4 October 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Part-time TORCH International Officer (maternity cover)

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div><strong>About the role</strong></div><br> <div>TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) is a major University of Oxford initiative that seeks to stimulate and support research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. It has a key role in promoting Oxford humanities research internally and externally.&#160;This role is responsible for the executive administrative management of the international collaborations of TORCH, including short-term and long-term projects, and offers the opportunity to work at the centre of TORCH.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role will strategically oversee TORCH and the Humanities Division&#8217;s current and potential international reach and connections. The support for international engagement through TORCH is focused on supporting research engagement of the highest quality and has an inclusive and diverse reach and impact. This role would also be the key representative of Humanities international research engagement and therefore build connections and relationships with organisations beyond the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>About you</strong></div><br> <div>The post offers the opportunity for very varied work across a range of skill sets in supporting a critical function of the University. You will have a good first degree and significant experience of acting as a Team manager or Office Administrator in a large complex organisation.&#160; You will have excellent communication skills, a proven ability to deliver and manage projects and events and strong numeracy skills and the ability to manage finances and understand data.&#160; Your strong decision making skills will enable you to work independently and you will have a self-motivated proactive approach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If, for any reason, you have taken a career break or have had an atypical career and wish to disclose this in your application, the selection committee will take this into account. The selection committee will also be mindful of the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic may have had on candidates&#8217; careers as a result of additional caring responsibilities or other factors.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Application Process</strong></div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this role please contact Sarah Clay on <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:sarah.clay@humanities.ox.ac.uk">sarah.clay@humanities.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application.&#160;Only applications received by 12:00 noon on Monday 4 October 2021 can be considered.&#160;Interviews will be held in the week commencing Monday 18 October.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Solid State Chemistry

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

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work under the supervision of Professor Simon J Clarke on a research project funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for a period of 24 months in the first instance. The project is entitled &#8220;Exploiting the anion Chemistry of solids for Future Advanced Functional Materials: Core-to-Core Project on Mixed Anion Research for Energy Conversion&#8221; and is an exploration of the synthesis, structures, chemistry and physical properties of solids containing multiple anions, for example oxide chalcogenides and oxide pnictides of transition metals and main group metals. It is part of a collaboration with an international team coordinated by Prof. H Kageyama in Kyoto under the JSPS/EPSRC Core-to-Core collaborative programme.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Find out more about the Clarke research group at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/people/simon-clarke#/">Simon Clarke group</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role will include chemical synthesis, powder and single crystal diffraction, magnetometry, transport measurements, supervision of graduate and masters students and there will be opportunities to drive the research direction, lead experimental teams at international facilities (e.g. the Diamond Light Source and the ISIS pulsed neutron and muon facility), and coordinate elements of the collaboration with other groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry or a related subject area, (or be near to completion). You should have expertise in synthetic inorganic/materials chemistry. You should be able to perform chemical synthesis using a wide range of techniques, interpret crystallographic data and spectroscopic and physical property measurements, and be willing to learn new techniques related to these.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The duties will include testing hypotheses, analysing and reviewing scientific data, and managing your own academic research and administrative activities, including small scale project management, and coordination of the multiple aspects of the work in order to meet deadlines.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based in the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3QR and is available immediately.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application, and provide details of two academic referees. <strong>Candidates are kindly requested to upload only the requested documents at this stage, certificates, and references should&#160;not&#160;be provided at this stage.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon, Monday, 4th October 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter, either in person or online.</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.&#160; 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>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Haematopoietic Stem Cell Biology

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Researcher to lead a project using state-of-the-art techniques to study haematopoietic stem cell biology. You will work directly with <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/people/adam-wilkinson">Dr. Adam Wilkinson</a> and his <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.imm.ox.ac.uk/research/research-groups/wilkinson-group">team</a>, and closely with other MRC Molecular Haematology Unit groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a relevant PhD (or near to completion: thesis submitted at time of application) together with experience in haematology or a field relevant to the project. Experience in stem cell biology and the core techniques for the project (molecular biology, CRISPR/Cas9 genome engineering, multicolour flow cytometry, human stem cell culture and bioinformatics) is essential. Experience in working with/developing hematopoietic model systems derived from pluripotent stem cells is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is offered on a full time, three-year fixed term appointment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. As part of your online application, you will be required to upload a CV and a supporting statement detailing how you fit the selection criteria.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for this position is noon on Monday 04 October 2021.&#160;</strong></div> </div>

Project Engineer

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Project Engineer to join Thermo-fluids research group at the Department of Engineering Science Osney site. The post is funded by a grant and is for a 6-month duration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a member of the Department of Engineering Science, the Project Engineer will work in the Thermo-Fluids Group on the design and development of new aerothermal research facilities. Among other activities this may involve investigating cryogenic systems, proposing/designing experimental measurement and control programmes, procurement of components, documentation and reporting of findings. This post will involve regular interactions and meetings with other in the group. The post may also involve the use of computational software including CAD, CFD and FEA methods. You will also be involved in running experiments alongside the rest of the team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess an undergraduate engineering degree in a relevant discipline and experience both integrating experimental lab equipment with systems engineering software (i.e. LabVIEW) and carrying out experimental programs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Peter Ireland (email: <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:peter.ireland@eng.ox.ac.uk">peter.ireland@eng.ox.ac.uk</a>)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.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 4 October 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.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Antimicrobial Resistance

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum, with discretionary range to £38,017 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for a highly-motivated Research Assistants to join the Ineos-Oxford Institute for AMR Research within the Mathematical, Engineering and Life Sciences Division. The IOI is a vibrant, enthusiastic, innovative and strategic enterprise in an internationally leading position to make a real difference in rapidly advancing research, education and collaboration in search of solutions to the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.<br><br>Your primary responsibility will be will providing research support for a multidisciplinary programme investigating the science behind developing new antibiotics and providing the evidence to support transformational change in the way we tackle antimicrobial resistance. You will be responsible for managing your research and administrative activities and contributing to the wider project planning, including new research activities. We are looking for someone motivated, with a flexible approach to work and the ability to work in a team. This post will ideally suit someone with experience supporting research and there will be opportunities provided within the IOI for professional development. <br><br>It is essential that you hold, or be close to completion of, a BSc degree in biological science or have relevant experience in a research environment. You will have sufficient skills in microbial culture, PCR, MALDI-TOF MS species identification and gDNA extraction, and other standard microbiology techniques. You will have experience in following and adapting standard operating procedures, selecting appropriate experimental methodologies, and troubleshooting. It is essential that you have excellent time management skills and are adaptive and creative in solving problems and dealing with change. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, are essential for the role as there is a requirement to contribute to reports, journals and presentations. <br><br>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. <br><br>These posts will be based at the William Dunn School, South Parks Road Oxford, OX1 3RE. <br><br>This is a full-time fixed term post for 3 years in the first instance. <br><br>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 4th October 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Biostatistician

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 with a discretionary range to £54,943 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Jenner Institute is seeking to appoint a highly motivated Senior Biostatistician, primarily for the Malaria Vaccine Programme, but also to provide other support to programmes as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Your main responsibility will be providing statistical support for a number of malaria vaccine trials led by Professor Adrian Hill, including a phase III multi-centre trial.You will be required to provide support in research design, methodological development, and the analysis and reporting of clinical trial data. You will support a team of researchers to optimise statistical approaches and take a leading role in analyses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD or DPhil in statistics in a closely related discipline, and have practical biostatistics and/or clinical trials analytics experience with good knowledge of all aspects of clinical research methodologies. You will have excellent understanding of statistical methods and have proven experience in using statistical packages, and working with large datasets. It is essential that you have excellent communications skills, both written and oral, and have the ability&#160;to work collaboratively within a team, as well as independently.&#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.&#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) on a fixed term contract until 14 October 2023 and is funded by the Serum Institute of India Grant.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Monday 4 October 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152615</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Senior Grants Officer

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated Senior Grants Officer to support the Project Manager (Dr Amy Boyd) in a variety of finance administration activities within the Emerging Pathogens team led by Professor Sarah Gilbert.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work in very close liaison with the senior administration team including the Business Manager, individual Research Project Managers, the Finance Manager, and the NDM HR Centre. You will be expected to meet with Principal Investigators to maintain and develop an efficient research administration service. This will involve pre- and post-award activity as well as responsibility for disseminating relevant information to researchers on funding opportunities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to Bachelor&#8217;s Degree level or equivalent. You will have knowledge of research grants and contracts, and be able to analyse and understand financial data, with experience of using a costing tool. You will be a natural team player, with the ability to work well within a team as well as be adept at working independently. You will have high levels of organisational and interpersonal skills as the role involves managing and prioritising grant applications and awards, ensuring that targets and deadlines are met in accordingly.</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 80% FTE) on a fixed term contract for 12 months in the first instance. This post is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 4th October&#160;2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>153266</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

TOAST Trial Manager

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 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.&#160;The NPEU is an internationally recognised, multi-disciplinary research unit based within the NDPH at the University of Oxford, Old Road Campus in Headington, Oxford. The unit undertakes research about pregnancy, childbirth and newborn babies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Trial Manager you will provide project management for the new TOAST Trial (https://www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/toast ). You will be the central administrative contact at the Coordinating Centre maintaining effective and efficient systems to ensure the trial delivers according to milestones. You will co-ordinate the design, implementation and running of the clinical trial across participating hospital sites in the UK, ensuring timely data collection and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance, and ensure the study complies with NPEU CTU Standard Operating Procedures.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have a degree in a biomedical or associated subject, or other relevant qualification, or proven experience in clinical research. You will also have a good understanding of clinical research methodology, good clinical practice and knowledge of all UK regulations for clinical trials, GDPR and the research governance framework. Strong communication and organisational skills are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is 80% FTE, fixed-term maternity cover until 26th September 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For informal queries about the position, please contact Kayleigh Stanbury (kayleigh.stanbury@npeu.ox.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is noon on 4th October 2021.&#160;Please note that interviews are planned for 12th October 2021.</div> </div>

Trial Manager; Oxford Precision Psychiatry Lab (Maternity Cover)

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309-£40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a clinical trial manager to work in the recently established Oxford Brain Health Clinical Trials Unit (OBHCTU) You will work on a multicentre trial of a clinical support system designed to guide clinicians, patients and carers in the shared process of decision making in routine care.&#160;&#160; The post is based in the Department of Psychiatry, at the Warneford Hospital.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is to cover the absence of the substantive postholder, who is taking a period of maternity leave. The post is available from 1st December 2021 until 31 December 2022 or the actual return of the substantive postholder, or the resignation of the substantive postholder and employment of a new postholder, whichever is the earliest.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for all coordination, administrative activities, and data management to ensure the efficient day-to-day running of a multi-centre clinical study from set up through to closure.&#160; This will include preparation of applications for approval, developing study documentation, and maintaining the trial master file.&#160;&#160; You will act as the key point of contact for the trial and work with senior staff to ensure the study is meeting targets and assist with managing the study budget.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a degree (or equivalent) in psychology or a biomedical or related field, along with proven clinical trial/project management experience gained in multi-centre randomised clinical trials.&#160; With a good working knowledge of current trials regulations, you will have experience of preparing regulatory and ethics submissions, writing/amending protocols, patient information sheets and other relevant trial management documentation.&#160;&#160; An understanding of mental illness and its treatment modalities would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, a CV and details of 2 referees as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this post is 12.00 midday on 4th October 2021</div> </div>

Trial Master File (TMF) Administrator

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 – £35,326 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>As TMF Administrator your principle task is to assist in the setup and maintenance of the Trial Master File (TMF) (both paper and eTMF) for two major studies within the Heart and Renal Studies Group. Working closely with the CTSU administrative team, you will be involved in the collection of all essential documents at central, regional and site level, as well as co-ordinating the collection of essential documents to be held centrally (either in the role of Sponsor or on&#8211;behalf of an external Sponsor).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this post you will have a university degree (or equivalent experience), substantial document management experience (e.g. Record Information Management, library sciences etc.) and knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and the regulations governing the requirements of a TMF. Strong organisational skills and attention to detail are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 4th October 2021.</div> </div>

Head of Humanities Division

Closes: Oct. 4, 2021, 11:59 p.m.; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford is one of the leading universities in the world. It is internationally renowned for learning and teaching, and has the largest volume of world-leading research in the UK. The University has a distinctive collegiate structure which allows such an internationally celebrated institution to maintain an intimate, interdisciplinary academic community.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is seeking to appoint a new Head of Humanities Division. This is an exciting opportunity to build on strong foundations and shape the vision for developing humanities at one of the world&#8217;s leading universities. Humanities at Oxford are particularly notable for their depth and breadth. Oxford regularly comes top for Arts and Humanities in global university rankings, most recently QS World University Rankings by Subject and US News and World Report rankings. Across its departments, the Humanities Division includes some 800 academic and research staff and 150 professional services staff. The Division&#8217;s subjects regularly score highly in the Research Excellence Framework and its academics receive a large share of the major grants awarded for Humanities research by funding bodies such as the AHRC, ESRC, ERC and Leverhulme Trust.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Vice-Chancellor, the Head of Division will provide exceptional and visionary leadership and management across the full range of the Humanities Division&#8217;s activities, including strategy and planning; internal and external advocacy; research, innovation, and impact; education and training; finance, fundraising and academic personnel. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time senior management position within the University, with responsibility for leading and representing arts and humanities academically and working closely with the Faculty Board. You will nevertheless be encouraged to continue your own programme of research and scholarly activities, and will have the scope to maintain your academic interests. Your appointment will be made by a selection committee comprising the Vice-Chancellor and six other members, and a college affiliation will be made available to you.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To express an interest in the post, please upload your application to Perrett Laver&#8217;s website: <strong>https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies</strong> quoting reference number <strong>5244</strong>.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>Monday 4th October at 23:59 BST.</strong></div> </div>

Design Studio Administrator

Closes: Oct. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 (with a discretionary range to £28,756) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford are seeking for Design Studio Administrator. You will be responsible for the upkeep and management of the School&#8217;s Digital Asset Management System, which holds, video, content files and other design assets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for ensuring the market function is compliant with GDPR through the efficient use of Bynder &#8211; the school&#8217;s asset management system. Supporting the Design Manager with the smooth running of the department, tracking design projects through their various stages to ensure they are on time and liaise with internal customers and print suppliers and providing ad-hoc support for the Head of Brand Experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will be experienced administrator who is able to demonstrate attention to details. Good all-round educational attainment including English and Maths A-C/9-5 grade or equivalent. You will be able to articulate why do you want to work in an administrative role in the Design Studio and demonstrate how your skills will transfer to the role.</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.</div><br> <div>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 Tuesday 5 October at 12.00 noon.</strong></div> </div>

PR Executive

Closes: Oct. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (with discretionary range to £34,304)

<div> <p></p><div>The Press and Communications Office is focused on demonstrating the impact of the School&#8217;s activities in media outlets internationally. This includes showcasing faculty research and highlighting the power of our faculty in influencing and informing policy-making and the practice of business; providing expert comment on the news agenda; publicising the major events and forums we convene at the School; profiling the activities and achievements of our alumni and students; announcing major initiatives within our programmes; and our work with clients in executive education.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Sa&#239;d Business School, University of Oxford are seeking PR Coordinator, who will join a small but very busy team, whose duties include dealing with a wide range of enquiries from journalists internationally, supporting pro-active media campaigns to support the School strategic plans, developing materials for the press, hosting journalists attending School events, maintaining and developing good relations with relevant press internationally, providing support and professional advice for members of the School engaging with the media, and supporting the administrative systems which underpin the press work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will report to the Senior Press Officer and in her absence, to the Director of Marketing. You will play a key part of the School&#8217;s corporate marketing team and will work alongside marketing colleagues and those freelancers employed to assist in the PR activities. The post holder&#8217;s duties will extend across the spectrum of the work of the PR office.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will be accomplished copywriter with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will have proven experience in media and PR work and evidence of using social media for business.</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 Tuesday 5 October at 12.00 noon.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Structure-informed studies of the extracellular region of the human notch receptor in health & disease

Closes: Oct. 5, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join Prof Penny Handford&#8217;s group working on Notch signalling in health and disease.&#160; The project aims to investigate structure/function relationships in Notch extracellular domains and determine how intra- and inter-molecular interactions may regulate receptor activity.&#160; You will use a combination of molecular and cell-based assays to probe the effects of structure-informed mutations on Notch activation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or expect to obtain soon, a PhD in Biochemistry, Cell Biology or a related area, with experience of working in the area of molecular and cellular characterisation of mammalian cell surface/extracellular proteins. You will be familiar with mammalian cell culture and creation of stable and/or CRISPR/Cas9-edited cell lines, FACS, as well as recombinant protein expression (prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems) and chromatography methods and have applied these methods in your research. Knowledge of biophysical and biochemical analytical techniques such as SPR, mass spectrometry, NMR, and/or ELISA-type plate assays would also be of benefit to the project. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required, as you will need to keep detailed laboratory records to meet publication standards, as well as give verbal updates on research progress.&#160; You will be required to demonstrate considerable self-motivation, independence, competence and success in your thesis and/or postdoctoral work, and have the ability to work collaboratively and supportively in a laboratory environment, as well as contributing to supervision activities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full time fixed term post is funded by the MRC for up to 3 years in the first instance and is based at the Department of Biochemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3QU.</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 5th October 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Machine Learning in Cardiovascular Medicine

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

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral Researcher who will play a key role in this exciting new research activity, with responsibility for working on development of machine learning models in large scale datasets to explore cardiovascular disease progression in young people.</div><br> <div>You will work with the UK Biobank data of brain and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, blood pressure, blood biomarkers and retinal imaging to investigate the phenotypes of hypertension related disease progression in the general population. In addition, the researcher will have access to novel large scale datasets collected by the research group within observational studies and randomised trials within the UK and internationally in young adults predisposed to early hypertension and stroke. The group aims to create tools that are clinically useful for monitoring hypertensive disease progression in young adults and to identify effective preventative strategies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the researcher you will be an active team member working with other post-doctoral researchers and DPhil students contributing to the dynamic and fast moving research environment. You will also develop contacts and research collaborations within the Department and the wider academic community in order to further your project and career aims. You will have opportunities to represent the research group at external meetings/seminars, either with other members of the group or alone</div><br> <div>You are required to hold a relevant PhD/DPhil, together with relevant experience. Candidates that are in the late stage of their DPhil will also be considered.&#160;You would also be expected to have experience of using imaging data (e.g. brain and/or cardiovascular) within computational models.&#160;Previous experience with MR imaging including harmonising MR data from different scanners would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract for 1 year, with the possibility of a 2 year extension. This post is funded by a new Medical Research Council Programme Grant and you will be based at the Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility, Level 1, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 05 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on 18th October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Academic Administration Assistant

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847-£26,341

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of English is seeking to appoint an Academic Administration Assistant to join its small, friendly administrative team. This post provides an excellent opportunity to develop existing administrative skills within an academic environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work flexibly as a member of the academic administration team team, dealing with enquiries from potential applicants and current students, handling administration of on-course student records and mailing lists, and acting as secretary to one of more committees, and will have particular responsibility for supporting the Academic Administrator with graduate admissions and the administration of the Faculty&#8217;s final year exams.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to A-level standard or equivalent, and will have experience of working in an administrative role with a focus on customer support. You should be able to work on your own initiative and demonstrate excellent attention to detail and organisational skills. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in dealing with a wide range of individuals are essential, and you should have strong IT skills, including experience of using Outlook, Word and Excel.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time post is available immediately.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further particulars (which all applicants must consult) are available below.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications, which should include a CV and supporting statement, should be made online via the link above by <strong>12.00 noon</strong> on <strong>Wednesday 6 October 2021</strong>. Your supporting statement should 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>Interviews will be held on <strong>Thursday</strong> <strong>21 October 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Career Coach and Employee Relations Manager

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £38,511 to £45,954 (with a discretionary range to £50,200) per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Fixed Term - 12 months</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The objective of the Careers Centre is to provide high-quality career-related services to all our constituents. We support and help students and alumni to find and prepare for a role that suits their skill-set and meets their career development aspirations. We offer customised assistance to corporations, organisations and headhunters to enable them to access and recruit from the Sa&#239;d talent pool. We utilise group learning and professional development to address the needs of students and also provide specific customised advice through 1:1 coaching and counselling sessions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this role you will be responsible for leading the careers provision for Executive MBA (EMBAs) students and all Sa&#239;d Business School alumni (EMBAs, MBAs, MFEs etc.) which currently numbers approximately 5000 individuals. Reporting to the Director of Careers you will also be responsible for client relationship management with executive search firms.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will advise alumni and Executive MBA students on career transitions and assist them through specific customised advice delivered through 1:1 coaching and counselling sessions, coaching can specifically include, but is not limited to: skills assessment, market analysis, goal setting, devising job seeking strategies, specific company/industry insight, CV, cover letter and application reviews, understanding the nuances of different recruitment processes and procedures, interview and assessment centre preparation, mock interview practise, negotiations, advice on working successfully with recruiters/headhunters and alumni.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will represent the Careers Centre across the business school, this will include corporate on site visits, formal meetings and presentations, recruitment presentations and events. You will plan, develop and deliver careers programming and professional development which may include recruitment presentations, events, panels, boot camps, skills sessions and workshops. This currently includes: Executive MBA: Careers Induction, Considering Options workshop, etc.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this post, you will be a confident and experienced coach with specific experience of executive and senior career development coaching, with a recognised coaching qualification or accreditation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a strong business development background and a track record of building relationships with target organisations, preferably in the field of employer talent development and recruiting.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a collaborative team player who thrives in an environment of design and delivery of user-centric programmes.</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 cover letter. 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 Wednesday 6 October at 12.00 noon.</strong></div> </div>

Employee Relations Manager

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an Employee Relations Manager to work within the HR Shared Service supporting the Bodleian Libraries and Ashmolean Museum.&#160; You will work closely with one other Employee Relations Manager and the Head of the HR Shared Service to support the managers and staff of these two iconic institutions. As this is a senior role within the team, you will possess the experience and gravitas to lead both within the team and in casework and organisational change.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will understand the key strategic and operational objectives of the shared service and play a pivotal role in helping to achieve them by providing high-level HR advice and support. You will cover a wide range of HR issues, with a high focus on employee relations. You will be responsible for managing a significant caseload, finding pragmatic solutions to the issues at play and navigating departmental managers through the Library and University procedures/employment legislation to successful outcomes.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>With a recognised HR CIPD qualification at level 5 or above, or equivalent, you will be confident and capable and have significant experience of providing HR support in Employee Relations issues. You are someone who enjoys a challenge and is accomplished in employee relations and problem solving. You can develop constructive working relationships at any level and are professional and proactive in your approach. You are able to offer sound judgement underpinned by your knowledge of employment law and good practice, and have a proven track record of advising and influencing at all levels.</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. Your application cannot be processed without a supporting statement and CV&#8217;s will not be accepted as a substitute for a supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Wednesday 6 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place week commencing Monday 18 October 2021.</div> </div>

Library Assistant

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a reliable and enthusiastic person to work as a part-time (0.8 FTE) Library Assistant at the Bodleian Law Library, one of the UK&#8217;s largest law libraries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be a member of our Information Resources team, working with our print collection from arrival to shelving. Your duties will include sorting and opening the post, labelling and tagging materials, registering new arrivals on our online library system, filing looseleaf updates, photocopying, and shelving books and journals across all four floors of the library. You will spend some time at the enquiry desk, welcoming and assisting readers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be reliable and punctual, with a constructive approach; be able to communicate effectively and courteously with a range of readers; have good IT skills; and be able to undertake routine tasks with care and accuracy. Experience of working in a library or with legal materials is desirable. Please note that the work involves lifting and carrying books.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent, part-time position (29.2 hours a week) including two evening duties (5-7 p.m. on Wednesday and Friday) and occasional Saturdays. The remaining hours will be agreed with your line manager but will fall within the Law Library&#8217;s ordinary working day, 8.45 a.m. to 5 p.m.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (BST) on Wednesday 6 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on&#160;Thursday 4&#160;November 2021.</div> </div>

Part-Time Reservations Assistant

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Department for Continuing Education is looking for a friendly, smart and well organised Reservations Assistant. This role will be based within our Residential Centre, which offers accommodation, catering and conference facilities to students, academics and external clients.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is part-time, with a 30-hour working week, working five days out of seven.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The shift pattern is: 11.30 - 18.00 Monday to Friday with Duty Management Weekends (1 in 4), hours will vary on weekends.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Your responsibilities will include:</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8226; Taking bookings for residential accommodation, teaching rooms and catering services;</div><br> <div>&#8226; Inputting data;</div><br> <div>&#8226; Managing the customer feedback systems for the Reservations Centre;</div><br> <div>&#8226; Providing cover for reception, conference room set-up, and other colleagues.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have good word processing skills, flexibility, initiative and a cheerful and courteous personality. The post will be ideal for an individual with hospitality, reception or reservations experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed-term for two years in the first instance, with the possibility of renewal thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please submit a CV and supporting statement.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on 6 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</em></strong></div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Energy System Analytics

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant to join the Energy and Environmental Informatics Research Group, Oxford e-Research Centre at the Department of Engineering in Central Oxford.&#160; The posts are funded by EPSRC and will be fixed term until 31 March 2022. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will join a collaboration between the universities of Oxford and Strathclyde working on the Analytical Middleware for Informed Distribution Networks (AMIDiNe) project. As power systems move towards a more federated operational model (Distribution System Operator), there is a pressing need for understanding and predicting the behaviour of actors across this increasingly localised model and developing the means of articulating the implications of the demand they place on the network. Through unification of power system modelling and machine learning, AMIDiNe will develop the underlying models that will leverage Smart Meter and enhanced low voltage network monitoring data can predict plausible operating characteristics such as voltage throughout distribution networks that are in alignment with future operating scenarios. &#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold, or be close to completion (i.e. submitted of thesis) of a PhD/DPhil in engineering, physics, mathematics, or other related area. they should have demonstrable experience in machine learning and data science. The successful candidates will work under Prof David Wallom and will be responsible for the analysis of demand observations as provided on a per Meter Point Administration Number (MPAN) basis to develop understanding of different group behaviours occurring. This will involve the utilisation of supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques on consumption and non-consumption data streams from smart meters to cluster different behaviours of meters and disaggregated data sets to identify key features that allow us to develop deeper understanding of energy consumption within different MV and LV energy networks.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information can be found at&#160;&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/home">http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/home</a>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on <strong>Wednesday 06 October 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter, clearly describing how your skillset matches the essential and desired criteria of this 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. This group has a strong desire to promote diversity and gender balance.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist & Laboratory Manager

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist and Laboratory Manager to join Professor Len Seymour&#8217;s group. This position will be within the Anticancer Viruses and Vaccines Research Group led by Professor Leonard Seymour, working as part of a Programme grant awarded by Cancer Research UK</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be part of a team which aims to develop new medicines based on viruses for the treatment of cancer. The post represents a mixture of research work (60%) and skilled technical support duties (40%). You will hold a PhD (or be near to completion) in a relevant discipline and have at least three years&#8217; laboratory experience including at least two years in a biomedical research laboratory. A good understanding and experience in mammalian cell culture, cell biology and immunoassay techniques and flow cytometry is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time post, fixed term until 30th September 2024</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be based at the Department of Oncology, Old Road Campus Research Building, off Roosevelt Drive, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7DQ.</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 UK time on <strong>Wednesday 6th October 2021.</strong></div> </div>

Programme Manager, MSC & Diplomas

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £38,587 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Fixed Term &#8211; 13 months</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Programme Manager plays a key role in translating Oxford Said&#8217;s strategy into operational outcomes, collaborating with colleagues, and stakeholders internally (e.g. Programme Directors, Faculty, Business Development, Admissions, Careers, Colleges, Catering, Examinations, Facilities, Student Welfare, Alumni Relations, Marketing, Full-time Degrees and Executive Education) and externally (targeted Alumni, scholarship funders and external guest speakers in the public and private sectors) to ensure the quality of the World-Class student experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will provide expert advice and guidance on decisions affecting Executive Degree programmes, to fellow administrators and faculty, particularly Programme Directors and faculty teaching on Executive Degrees.&#160; Responsible for assuring the programme service quality and ensuring compliance with relevant University policies and legislation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for monitoring service quality; developing and maintaining improvements to working methods; and collating, analysing and reporting 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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have successful experience of project or event management in a higher education or professional environment, with the ability to work to tight and frequently changing priorities and deadlines, without compromising quality together with superior customer service skills and professional manner.</div><br> <div>You will have demonstrable experience of managing budgets and able to interface and communicate confidently and effectively with senior executive level course participants from diverse global industry backgrounds.</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="http://"></a><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 Wednesday 6 October at 12.00 noon.</strong>&#160;</div> </div>

Project Research Pharmacist

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 to £40,927 with a discretionary range to £44,706 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Project Research Pharmacist to join the Medicine Quality Research Group to coordinate the pharmacy aspects of the project with the co-applicants and their teams in other specialties and with collaborators around the world.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for providing pharmacy input to the data scientists, forensic biologists and chemists, sociologists, modellers and physicians working on the project. You will assist with the coordination of the pharmacy aspects of the work of the Medicine Quality Research Group and liaison with collaborators. You will also take responsibility for curation and analysis of data in the &#8216;Globe&#8217; and &#8216;Surveyor&#8217; and related systems, and work with the project Software engineer and data scientist to ensure that the databases and data flows are informed by up to date pharmacy practice.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a degree in Pharmacy, together with some post-qualification experience in public health, pharmaceutical supply chains/regulation/policy or related fields. You will have experience with database management, data cleaning and data analysis, and have experience and understanding of pharmacy in Sub-Saharan Africa/Asia. You will have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to work with people at all levels of seniority in the University and with collaborators overseas, as well as be able to work unsupervised (after appropriate training) taking responsibility for own projects or as part of a team taking instruction from others. It is essential that you have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.</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>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract until 30 September 2025, and is funded by the Wellcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 6th October 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>153246</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Research Support Specialist

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>This is a readvertisement &#8211; previous applicants need not reapply.&#160; &#160;&#160;</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an interesting and varied role, working as part of a team in a non-commercial environment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The role of the team is to ensure that clinical research involving human participants in the University is compliant with the applicable governance and/or regulations through the provision of advice, support and guidance to researchers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will become a member of one of two groupings within the Research Governance Ethics &amp; Assurance team (RGEA): Sponsorship &amp; Ethics; or Regulatory &amp; Quality Assurance. There may be scope to move from one grouping to another in future. You will be involved in sponsorship review; reviewing ethics applications and other essential study documents, advise researchers, clinical trial planning, and safety reporting, GCP monitoring and audit.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a university degree (or equivalent) and, ideally, experience of working in a clinical research environment. However, internal and external training will be available, as required, to fulfil the role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Due to the 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. During 2021 we expect to return to a minimum of 50% on-site working.</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 6 October 2021 and interviews are expected to be held the week commencing 18 October.</div> </div>

Senior Computer Security Specialist

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford is seeking an experienced information security professional with excellent technical skills to join the University&#8217;s security operations function. You will have extensive knowledge of information systems security, undertake independent analysis and research in the field, provide strategic technical advice for decision makers, and educate stakeholders in technical roles in in one of the areas of Linux, Windows or Cloud Security.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will bring extensive operational experience in operating heterogeneous system landscapes to the OxCERT security team; take a leadership role in the development, and operation of internal systems; and offer expert consultancy across a wide range of University departments, projects, and initiatives.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will take a leading role in the information security incident response activities to identify threats and respond with the appropriate actions to investigate and remediate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A key component of the work will be the ownership of the infrastructure operated for the Information Security group. The postholder will be responsible for some of the systems supporting OxCERT security operations function.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will continuously improve the set-up with a strong focus on automation in collaboration with the Head of Information Security Operations and the OxCERT team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For this purpose, the postholder is expected to bring prior experience in Linux, Windows or Cloud systems, profound knowledge in managing and configuring industry standard technologies, and excellent programming and automation skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience in managing information security risk and handling information security would be beneficial, along with a thorough understanding of the broader information security domains. However, if you are a strong expert in one of the three fields and consider a career change, please feel encouraged to apply. OxCERT can provide the required security training for strong candidates.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is situated in the Information Security Team whose role it is to ensure the University has the leading-edge IT facilities to support the distinctive needs of those engaged in teaching, learning, research, administration and strategic planning. In addition to the opportunity to work for one of the world&#8217;s leading research and educational institutions, the University of Oxford offers range of excellent benefits including training and development opportunities, a generous pension scheme, a range of travel schemes and excellent social and sporting facilities.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>While this role is based in our offices in Central Oxford, the successful candidate will be able to work some days each week from home, in agreement with their line manager. This can be discussed further at interview stage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please submit your CV and a supporting statement as part of your application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 noon on Wednesday 6 October, 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Weekend/Evening Library Assistant (Part time, Term-time Only)

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 2: £20,047 - £20,092 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a reliable person with a demonstrable commitment to excellent customer service to join our term-time weekend and evening teams at one of the UK&#8217;s largest academic law libraries.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be providing a high-quality front-line service assisting readers at the main enquiry desk; shelving books and journals across all four floors of our library; filing; assisting readers with use of the equipment including scanners/photocopiers; responding to queries in person, by phone or online.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will: be reliable and punctual; be able to communicate effectively, confidently and courteously; have good IT skills; and be able to undertake routine tasks with care and accuracy. Experience of working in a library or with legal materials is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a permanent post, working during term-time only: 6 hours at the weekend (12.30-3.30 on Saturday and Sunday) and one evening a week (7-10 pm on Wednesday).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (BST) on Wednesday 6 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 4 November 2021.</div> </div>

MSc Archaeology Administrator

Closes: Oct. 6, 2021, 5 p.m.; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 -£34,304 per annum (pro rata)

<div> <p></p><div>The School of Archaeology is seeking to appoint a well organised and excellent communicator to join our academic support team on a temporary basis&#160;(until the end of January 2022)&#160;to provide additional support pending a fuller review of the team&#8217;s longer terms needs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will join our busy, friendly office in central Oxford, and your primary responsibility will be to provide excellent customer service and administrative support for the School&#8217;s taught course programmes. You will have a particular focus on the 1-year MSc Archaeology programme offered by the School (which has a current annual intake of 28 students), and will act as the first point of contact for the majority of queries arising from staff, students and applicants.&#160; The hours are part-time (0.5 FTE) and the precise days and times&#160;will be as agreed with the Head of Administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Other duties include providing support for the day to day operation of the courses and you will play a critical role in assisting with the&#160;processes around&#160;assessments and written examinations. You will be extremely well organised, with the ability to prioritise competing demands effectively. Whilst previous experience in a similar role would be welcome, full training and support will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:hr@arch.ox.ac.uk">hr@arch.ox.ac.uk</a>.&#160; &#160;Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon on</strong> <strong>Wednesday 6 October.</strong></div> </div>

Associate Professor of Radiocarbon Science

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 10a (36S) £48,835 - £65,574 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The School of Archaeology in association with Wolfson College is seeking to appoint an Associate Professor of Radiocarbon Science with effect from 1 January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.&#160;The School of Archaeology, comprising the Institute of Archaeology and Research Laboratory for Art History and Archaeology, is a major centre for research and teaching in archaeological science, integrated with other branches of the discipline. The post holder will be Director of the renowned Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (ORAU), a key facility within the School, and will maintain ORAU&#8217;s position at the cutting edge of radiocarbon research. The successful candidate will become a Non-Tutorial Fellow at Wolfson College, with access to a range of benefits and facilities enhancing academic life, as set out in the job description. The post holder will be based at The School of Archaeology, 1-2 South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3TG.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The minimum point of the salary scale is &#163;48,835 per annum. &#160;Associate Professors who are awarded the title of full professor may receive from the University an additional salary payment of &#163;2,846 p.a.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The main duties of the post are to carry out, disseminate the results of, obtain funding for, and supervise research at a high international standard in radiocarbon science, to manage the ORAU facility, to teach a range of topics in radiocarbon science via lectures, classes and tutorials, and to perform administrative and pastoral functions associated with teaching and research.</div><br> <div>The duties and responsibilities of the post, together with selection criteria and details about how to apply, are set out in the job description.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on Thursday 7 October 2021.</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> </div>

Clinical Research Fellow in Neurovascular Disease

Closes: Oct. 7, 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 7th October 2021 will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter</div> </div>

Grants Officer

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 to £35,326 (discretionary range to £38,587)

<div> <p></p><div>This is a great opportunity to gain experience in a busy grants team that supports the Departments of Plant Sciences and Zoology. Our Departments will merge in a few months to form the Department of Biology, so this role will help balance workload while we develop new, unified administrative processes and assess the workload created by our combined grants function. <br><br> Biology manages around 400 projects at any one time, funded from a wide variety of sources. You will be assigned your own portfolio of grants and will look after them from award to completion. You will work closely with PIs to provide excellent service, and ensure compliance with funding body and University regulations.<br><br> You will have a strong team ethic and excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to maintain accuracy and to manage multiple workstreams. Your IT skills (particularly Excel) and financial skills will be very strong; an awareness of the major science funders is desirable, but not essential.<br><br> The post is full time, fixed term for 18 months and may be offered as a secondment. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Jeannie Scott administrator@zoo.ox.ac.uk<br><br> Applications must be made online by midday on 7 October 2021.</div> </div>

Medical Statistician (China Kadoorie Biobank Study)

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 to £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Medical Statistician to join a multidisciplinary team working on one of the world&#8217;s biggest prospective epidemiological studies, the China Kadoorie Biobank (www.ckbiobank.org). The post is based in the Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit (CTSU) within the Nuffield Department of Population Health, a major international research institute and one of the world&#8217;s leading centres for research into chronic diseases.</div><br> <div>You will join an existing team of statisticians, epidemiologists, geneticists, clinicians and programmers, involved in the design, conduct and analysis of studies of causes of common chronic disease. Specifically, you will undertake detailed statistical analysis, using conventional and novel methods, of large, complex and multi-dimensional data collected or to be generated. Additionally you will will be responsible, in collaboration with other members of the team, for monitoring of blood assay, follow-up and outcome adjudication data that are being generated using standard and novel techniques.</div><br> <div>You will have an MSc or PhD in statistics or a closely related field, or an undergraduate degree in statistics or a closely related field combined with substantial relevant work experience. You will also have a very good understanding of common statistical methods used in medical research and of the programming approaches needed to implement these methods and at least one of the major statistical packages (e.g. SAS, R, Stata) and a strong interest in biomedical/epidemiological research.</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to Derrick Bennett (derrick.bennett@ndph.ox.ac.uk).</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 7th October 2021.</div> </div>

Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Functional CRISPRi screening of Parkinson’s genes in human iPSC neurons”

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

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist to work on a research project at the Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre (OPDC) to functionally identify new genes underlying Parkinson&#8217;s disease.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to undertake CRISPRi functional screening in induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived dopamine neurons. This project will undertake a functional analysis of GWAS loci to identify new genes underlying the cellular pathology of Parkinson&#8217;s, focused on the endolysosomal system to better understand the molecular mechanisms of the disease.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Duties include design and implementation of experiments; interpretation of data; design, generation and use of CRISPRi technology; high-content imaging analysis; differentiation and analysis of 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 cell cultures, preferably using iPSC models or neurons, and a 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 immediately until 30th June 2024. 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><strong>Closing date for applications is midday on Thursday 7th October 2021.</strong> Interviews are likely to be held on Tuesday 14th October 2021.</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>

Post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist: “Functional CRISPRi screening of Parkinson’s genes in human iPSC neurons”

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a senior post-doctoral neuronal cell biologist to lead a research project at the Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre (OPDC) to functionally identify new genes underlying Parkinson&#8217;s disease.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to lead work on CRISPRi functional screening in induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived dopamine neurons. This project will undertake a functional analysis of GWAS loci to identify new genes underlying the cellular pathology of Parkinson&#8217;s, focused on the endolysosomal system to better understand the molecular mechanisms of the disease.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Duties include leading on design and implementation of experiments; interpretation of data; design, generation and use of CRISPRi technology; high-content imaging analysis; differentiation and analysis of 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 a strong publication record in neurodegeneration, the ability to independently manage a research program and raise research funds and excellent knowledge of cellular models of neurodegenerative disease. The ability to supervise post-doctoral scientists and students, innovate and trouble-shoot technical problems is also essential. Applicants must hold a PhD/DPhil in a relevant area of research and have considerable 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 <strong>immediately until 30th June 2024</strong>. 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 Thursday 7th October 2021.</strong> Interviews are likely to be <strong>held on</strong><strong>&#160;Tuesday 14th October 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>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Battery Science

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking two outstanding postdoctoral candidates to carry out research under the supervision of Professor Peter Bruce. You will play a key role in a high-profile collaborative project funded by the Faraday Institution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for highly-motivated self-starters with significant expertise in either:</div><br> <ul><br> <li>All solid-state batteries (including interfacial analysis, electrochemistry and materials characterisation)&#160;</li><br> </ul><br> <div>or</div><br> <ul><br> <li>Cathode materials for Li and Na ion batteries (including solid-state chemistry, synthesis, electrochemistry and characterisation)</li><br> </ul><br> <div>The posts are available for one year initially, with the possibility of extension.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a doctorate, or be near completion, in chemistry, materials science or a closely-related area. You should also have a good first degree in a relevant subject. You will have excellent oral and written communication skills, along with a strong publication record in one of the above areas.&#160; With excellent analytical skills, you will enjoy the challenge of using cutting-edge technology to accelerate the advancement of battery science. You will be expected to work with colleagues in the group and collaborators.&#160; Professor Bruce&#8217;s group works in state-of-the-art laboratories in the University&#8217;s Science Area.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For full details please see the attached job description.&#160;</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 7 October 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and a Supporting Statement as part of your application. &#160;<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></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled to take place shortly after the closing date and you must be available during this time.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Nanoscale Engineering and Photonics

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>The Advanced Nanoscale Engineering Group is seeking highly motivated innovators and scientists to develop and lead new projects as postdoctoral researchers. The ability to think outside the box with creativity and having the drive and ambition to develop those ideas in a highly experimental laboratory is what we value in our colleagues. The right candidates will have the freedom to pursue their own ideas in addition to contributing to funded programs in an open and collaborative research group.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be working in either 1) the rapidly emerging area of functional material photonics, especially in emerging non-von Neumann computing, a field in which we have made significant strides in recent years and/or 2) in emerging frontiers at the intersection of sustainable nanomanufacturing and nanophotonics and/or optoelectronics, working towards ideating and verifying new areas frontiers of research within the research group.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As part of your role you will have the opportunity to provide guidance to less experienced members of the research group, including postdocs, research assistants, technicians and PhD and project students, as well as represent the PI when required in EU and other project meetings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD (or be close to completion) in a relevant subject area. You will possess a combination of scientific and technical skills that can help develop next generation technologies within the infrastructure constraints we have access to or can realistically build up. You will have exceptional initiative and the ability to work independently at the highest level, including a demonstrable ability to complete projects and manage your own area of academic research.</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 7 October 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and a Supporting Statement as part of your application. &#160;<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></div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>Interviews are scheduled to take place at the Department of Materials shortly after the closing date and you must be available during this time via Zoom.&#160;</div> </div>

Researcher in Medical Image Analysis

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 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. The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH), a key partner in the Big Data Institute (BDI), contains world-renowned population health research groups and is an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary teaching and research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Researcher you will work on state-of-the-art image analysis and machine learning algorithms for discovery of new microvascular health parameters for type 2 diabetes and cardio metabolic diseases in the Oxford &#8211; Novo Nordisk Collaboration. You will develop a novel research pipeline, conduct individual research, analysing detailed and complex multi-modal quantitative data from a variety of sources, and generate original ideas by building on existing concepts. The key duties of the post involve harmonisation, analysis and interpretation of imaging features, linkage to genetic and other clinical measurements.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have a relevant PhD (e.g. Computer Science, Engineering, Medical Image Analysis) and sufficient specialist knowledge in medical imaging. You will have experience of research software development using Python (or Matlab) programming languages and experience of working with machine learning and image analysis frameworks such as PyTorch or Tensorflow. &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed-term for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for application is 12.00 noon on 7th October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Senior Researcher in Machine Learning and Image Analysis

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 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. The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH), a key partner in the Big Data Institute (BDI), contains world-renowned population health research groups and is an excellent environment for multi-disciplinary teaching and research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Senior Researcher you will apply and develop state-of-the-art image analysis and machine learning algorithms for discovery of new microvascular health parameters for type 2 diabetes and cardio metabolic diseases in the Oxford &#8211; Novo Nordisk Collaboration. You will develop the computational image analysis tools that could automate the process of microvascular features discovery and extraction from retinal imaging for large population imaging studies. The key duties of the post involve harmonisation, analysis and interpretation of imaging features, linkage to genetic and other clinical measurements and writing research articles at an international level.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have a relevant PhD (e.g. Computer Science, Engineering, Medical Image Analysis) and sufficient specialist knowledge in medical imaging. You will have experience of research software development using Python (or Matlab) programming languages and experience of working with machine learning and image analysis frameworks such as PyTorch or Tensorflow. You will also have independently plan and manage a research project, including a research budget and a strong publication record.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full time (part time considered) and fixed-term for 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for application is 12.00 noon on 7th October 2021.</div> </div>

Tissue Handling Technician - Prostate Cancer (SPACE Study) / PathLAKE project.

Closes: Oct. 7, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISMENT. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a Tissue Handling Technician to work in the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital.&#160; You will be part of the Oxford Radcliffe Biobanking (ORB) team and the Oxford Centre for Histopathology Research (OCHRe) technical team working on the SPACE Study (Spatial Prostate Assessment and Circulating Environment) and PathLAKE project (digital pathology).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this role you will be providing expert technical histology input into the SPACE study&#8217;s spatial transcriptomics pipeline, which uses freshly collected prostate tissue from patients, including robotic prostatectomy specimens, lymph nodes and biopsies. An aptitude for trouble shooting tissue-handling challenges on FFPE and frozen tissue will be crucial, in this novel field of spatial molecular histology.&#160; You will also be involved in collection of tissue and fluid samples: processing and storage of samples; collection of clinical data and experience of patient recruitment may also be beneficial. You will be expected to develop good working relationships with surgeons and other theatre staff.&#160; Cross cover will be required for leave for other members of the team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>At the same time, you will be supporting research project requests within the OCHRe technical team for histology and digital pathology activities. You will act as first point of contact for technical queries from applicants in these areas and you will give training to other members of the technical team when necessary.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You may be required to work at different locations at the Oxford University Hospitals, but mostly based at the John Radcliffe Hospital. The successful applicant would join our technical and biobanking teams and would focus specifically on the SPACE study and PathLAKE projects. You may be required to attend certain NDS strategy meetings and will be jointly part of the Mills / Lamb (https://www.nds.ox.ac.uk/team/alastair-lamb) research group and the ORB/OCHRe team led by Professor Clare Verrill (https://www.nds.ox.ac.uk/team/clare-verrill) and so attend weekly lab meetings with both groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold a degree or equivalent qualification in a biological or medical science. You will also have proven work experience in a bio-banking setting, including the handling of fresh frozen tissue samples, together with practical ability in basic molecular laboratory skills. You should have a strong track record of working with histological techniques and ideally have experience of working under laboratory accreditation. Evidence of computer literacy, including Microsoft Office, accurate data entry, and the ability to maintain and interrogate electronic databases is essential for this post, as well as the&#160; ability to collate and analyse data, make alterations and decisions where needed. Excellent communication and organisation skills, with a willingness to be flexible with your working hours as and when required are essential for this role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time post is available immediately and is fixed-term for 12 months in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and as part of the application process you are required to upload your CV and a covering letter. Please quote reference NDSA820B on all correspondence.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 noon on 7 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews will be held on 19 October 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Blood Stem Cell and Megakaryocyte Biology

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, midnight; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Researcher to join the team led by Dr Beth Psaila in the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is an exciting opportunity to work on an innovative project using state-of-the-art approaches to understand stem cell heterogeneity and the development/function of megakaryocytes in a group of blood cancers called myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs). The work will involve conventional cellular and molecular biology techniques as well as more complex, state-of-the-art protocols for single-cell multi-omic analyses, highly-multiplexed proteomics and in vitro/vivo models.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD (or near to completion: thesis submitted) together with relevant experience in haematology, megakaryocyte/platelet biology or a relevant field. Experience in one or more of the core techniques for the project (molecular biology, bioinformatics, imaging, mouse models of MPN; single cell techniques or data analysis) is essential, along with experience of independently managing an academic research project and the ability to work as part of a team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available full time, fixed-term until 31 July 2024, funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#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 <strong>noon on Friday 8 October 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Building Maintenance Operative

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum (with a discretionary to £34,304)

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a talented and motivated individual with excellent communication skills to join our team within Estates Services at the University of Oxford. This role is offered as a full time position.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) provides front line maintenance support to Oxford University departments based in the University&#8217;s varied functional estate portfolio. This portfolio includes over 230 buildings comprising teaching and research spaces, libraries, museums and administrative functions. These include a large number of internationally significant buildings, such as the Grade I listed Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian Libraries, world renowned museums, such as the Ashmolean and the University Museum of the History of Science, and important research collections, such as the Oxford Botanic Gardens and Arboretum. In addition to these important heritage assets, the estate also includes a large number of highly technical science and research buildings, award winning modern architecture and an interesting collection of mid-late 20th century structures which each present their own set of challenges.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The DLO Building Team undertakes an interesting mix of reactive maintenance, c 1800 jobs per annum to these buildings, ensuring the continued provision of world class teaching, research and learning across the University and are supported by the Building Team Supervisor ensuring works are carried out safely and efficiently.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Building Team work closely with the Conservation &amp; Building Inspectors and Surveyors, as well as the FM Joinery Team and a number of external contractors and preferred suppliers to ensure that day to day repairs are undertaken in a timely fashion with minimum disruption to departments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is seeking an individual with the relevant experience and qualifications suitable to undertake this role. You will also need to be an excellent communicator, team player and have an awareness of relevant health and safety regulations.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 8 October 2021.</div> </div>

Full Stack Developer

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 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.&#160;The NPEU is an internationally recognised, multi-disciplinary research unit based within the NDPH at the University of Oxford, Old Road Campus in Headington, Oxford. The unit undertakes research about pregnancy, childbirth and new-born babies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a Full-Stack Developer to work on all stages of the software development lifecycle of the NPEU Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) Trials Administration Database Application (TADA). You will be involved in assessing requirements, developing the specifics to meet the requirements, implementing testing and maintaining the application. You will join a small programming and development team and be expected to think proactively and exercise initiative.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for this role you will have a degree in a computing discipline, or a recognised equivalent computing qualification or equivalent experience, experience of web-based application development and secure data management and the ability to develop and complete projects, working both independently and as a member of a team. You will also have advanced proficiency in developing software on the Microsoft .NET platform, preferably using C# and ASP.NET MVC frameworks and Microsoft SQL Server.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is full-time (although part-time considered) and fixed-term for 2 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries should be addressed to Richard Welsh (richard.welsh@npeu.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is noon on 8th October 2021.</div> </div>

Oxford-BMS Research Fellow

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><p>We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated Oxford-BMS Research Fellow to join a dynamic research group led by Principal Investigator Associate Professor Stephanie Dakin and Co-Investigator Professor Christopher Buckley. This is an opportunity to work in the Botnar Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS), University of Oxford. The Oxford Medical Sciences Division in partnership with Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) provide support for Fellowships through the Oxford-BMS Translational Research Fellowship Programme.</p><br> <p>As an Oxford-BMS Research Fellow you will become a member of a dynamic research group with responsibility for working on an exciting collaborative and translational laboratory project within the Dakin Soft Tissue Joint Disease Group. You will manage your own academic research and administrative activities, managing and co-ordinating multiple projects to meet deadlines. You will test hypotheses and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources, reviewing and refining working hypotheses as appropriate. The role includes adapting existing and developing new scientific techniques and experimental protocols and contributing ideas for new research projects. You will carry out collaborative projects with colleagues in partner institutions and research groups, as well as with the industrial sponsor, and coordinate data and skills exchange between Oxford and BMS.</p><br> <p>You will hold a PhD or DPhil (or near completion) in the biomedical sciences, together with relevant laboratory-based research experience. Experience of computational bioinformatic analysis including bulk &amp; single cell RNAseq datasets, spatial transcriptomics, multiplex immunostaining of tissue sections and imaging using GE Cell Dive/ confocal microscopy / comparable technology are essential. Tissue culture experience including working with primary human cells and/or 3D organoids are also required. Previous experience of working within, or in collaboration with, pharmaceutical drug discovery programmes would be desirable.</p><br> <p>The closing date for this position is 12 noon on 8/10/2021. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</p> </div>

Policy Advisor (Gender Equality & Athena Swan)

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Equality and Diversity Unit (EDU) is looking for an experienced and passionate Gender Equality Advisor to join its friendly team. This role provides an exciting opportunity to shape the direction of the University&#8217;s gender equality strategy as we prepare to renew our institutional Athena Swan award in 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our advisors have a good grasp of equality legislation and excellent knowledge of EDI good practice. You will use your specialist knowledge to lead the University&#8217;s work on Athena Swan, support departments to design and implement action plans, and develop strategies, policies and interventions to advance gender equality at Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working collaboratively with colleagues from across the University and advising, inspiring and motivating others is essential part of the role and this position would suit a clear, confident communicator with excellent inter-personal skills and the ability to influence and enthuse others at different levels of seniority. You will also have excellent written and analytical skills, be confident working with data and enjoy the challenge of promoting culture change in a complex institution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on Friday 8 October 2021 will be considered. Interviews are proposed to be held 3 and 5 November 2021. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are also advertising for a Policy Advisor (Race, Religion and Belief) (ref. 153137). If you wish to be considered for both roles, please indicate this clearly in your application and provide evidence of how you meet the selection criteria specific to that post (essential criteria 1 and 2 and desirable criteria 1 and 2). You do not need to submit a separate application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like an informal discussion to find out more about this role, please e-mail Caroline Kennedy (caroline.kennedy@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div> </div>

Policy Advisor (Race, Religion and Belief)

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Equality and Diversity Unit (EDU) is looking for an experienced and passionate Race Equality Advisor to join its friendly team. This role provides an exciting opportunity to help shape the University&#8217;s work and accelerate progress on race equality as the Race Equality Task Force nears the conclusion of its work and we prepare to renew our Race Equality Charter award in 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our advisors have a good grasp of equality legislation and excellent knowledge of EDI good practice. You will use your specialist knowledge to lead the University&#8217;s work in relation to the Race Equality Charter, and develop strategies, policies and interventions to advance race equality at Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working collaboratively with colleagues from across the University and inspiring and motivating others is essential part of the role and this position would suit a clear, confident communicator with excellent inter-personal skills and the ability to influence and enthuse others at different levels of seniority. You will also have excellent written and analytical skills, be confident working with data and enjoy the challenge of promoting culture change in a complex institution.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Knowledge of issues of religion and belief, and in particular of the ways in which they intersect with ethnicity, would be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on Friday 8 October 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held on 3 and 5 November 2021. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are also advertising for a Policy Advisor (Gender Equality and Athena Swan) (ref. 153138). If you wish to be considered for both roles, please indicate this clearly in your application and provide evidence of how you meet the selection criteria specific to that post (essential criteria 1 and 2 and desirable criteria 1 and 4). You do not need to submit a separate application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like an informal discussion to find out more about this role, please e-mail Caroline Kennedy (caroline.kennedy@admin.ox.ac.uk).</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Thermodynamics at the Nanoscale

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a candidate for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant position within Professor Ares&#8217; research group at the Department of Engineering Science (Central Oxford). The post is funded by an ERC starting grant and is fixed-term to the 31st October 2024.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The development of quantum devices that combine both electronic and mechanical degrees of freedom has opened the door to the study of thermodynamic processes in these devices. The interplay between different degrees of freedom might be a key tool to access thermodynamic quantities at the nanoscale.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will fabricate devices, characterize them at low temperatures and conduct experiments that will elucidate thermodynamic quantities such as work and heat. In collaboration with theorists, you will also help design new ambitious experiments.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a Ph.D/D.Phil (or be near completion*) in a relevant subject. You should have experimental expertise in electrical characterisation of quantum devices at cryogenic temperatures and have a strong background in the theory of quantum devices</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Natalia Ares (email: natalia.ares@materials.ox.ac.uk)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For more information about working at the Department, see&#160;www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on the 8th September 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, (describing how past experience fit with the advertised position), CV and the details of two referees as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in 3D printing of living tissues

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work under the supervision of Professor Hagan Bayley on a research project funded by the Oxford Martin School for a period of 24 months. The project involves original research on improving and applying 3D bio-printing technology for the construction of living tissues. Find out more about the Bayley research group at <a rel="nofollow" href="http://bayley.chem.ox.ac.uk">http://bayley.chem.ox.ac.uk</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a PhD in an area ranging from biology to engineering, or have submitted your dissertation prior to taking up your appointment. Experience in tissue engineering and skills in hardware and software for lab instrumentation, ideally 3D printing and microfluidics, would be advantageous. Hands-on experience with optical microscopy and surface chemistry would be additional assets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Duties include carrying out original research, managing own academic research and administrative activities; small scale project management to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. Adapting existing and developing new scientific techniques and experimental protocols and collaborating in the preparation of scientific reports and journal articles. The successful appointee will be expected to present papers, attend conferences and supervise research students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is immediately available and will be based in the Chemistry Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Mansfield Road, Oxford. To apply for this role and for further details, please click on the link below. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your online application. Only applications received before midday on Friday 08 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are likely to take place on Tuesday 26 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford and the Department of Chemistry are Athena SWAN Silver award holders. Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford. Further particulars will be made available in large print, audio, or other formats on request by a disabled applicant.</div> </div>

Programmes Assistant (Student Support)

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,417 - £25,941 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Are you a motivated, conscientious administrator looking for a new challenge in an exciting and growing environment?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Blavatnik School of Government is looking for a positive and organised Programmes Assistant to join the School&#8217;s Programmes Team to deliver exemplary support to students studying on the Master of Public Policy (MPP) programme. This position is the &#8220;customer-face&#8221; of the programme, and provides the post holder with an excellent opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience of student relations and academic administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Degree Programmes Manager, the post holder will become a source of specialist knowledge about the MPP and sources of support within the University in order to provide information, advice and guidance to students. They will communicate with students face-to-face, via email and other media, lead on administrative support for core teaching, and maintain systems for tracking and recording all aspects of student progress, engagement and achievement. They will also support the Student Representative elections, coordinate and draft weekly MPP Newsletters, and assist with the creation and management of other course documents.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for someone who has excellent team working skills, with a flexible can-do approach and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs and priorities of the team. You should be organised, know when to use initiative and when to seek advice, and be able to demonstrate a personable and diplomatic approach in dealing with a diverse range of people, and feel confident dealing with financial data. Good IT skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills are also essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed-term for one year.</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&#160;<strong>12.00 noon (UK time) on Friday 8 October 2021</strong>.</div> </div>

Research Assistant - Serology

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29, 614 - £35,304 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a research assistant with strong laboratory and organisational skills to join an established multi-disciplinary team as part of COVID-19 Serology antibody detection platform.</div><br> <div>The post holders will be part of a nationally important COVID-19 surveillance team and responsible for the routine screening and continued development of the SARS-CoV-2 serology high throughput platforms across two different sites in Oxford University: John Radcliffe Hospital and Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will contribute to the day-to-day operations of the platforms and assist with the optimisation and refinement of the SARS-CoV-2 ELISA assays to best measure antibody response to the new variants of SARS-CoV-2. This will entail working a shift pattern of 12 hour shifts, 4 days on 4 days off on a rolling basis and to include weekends to ensure 7 days a week operation .</div><br> <div>These posts are crucial to the success of this ground-breaking project and is an opportunity to develop a new and innovative approach to national infectious diseases research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a postgraduate degree or equivalent experience in biological sciences or related discipline with excellent organisational skills and attention to detail.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be problem solver with the ability to work flexibly and have strong communication skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time and fixed-term for up to 30 June 2022 in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#160;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 Friday 8 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Associate in Climate Compatible Growth

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a post-doctoral researcher to work on the Climate Compatible Growth (CCG) project.&#160; CCG undertakes research, knowledge transfer and engagement activities to help developing countries take a path of low-carbon, climate-resilient development whilst simultaneously unlocking profitable investment in green infrastructure, opening up new markets and supporting delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals. There are three themes 1) Project Recover explores strategies for a sustainable recovery from Covid-19 in the Global South; 2) Project Plan studies economic strategies and plans for climate-compatible growth in the Global South and 3) Project Innovate analyses innovation in clean technology, climate policy and green business models for the Global South.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will contribute to the research and engagement activities of CCG, including opportunities to work in partner countries. Specifically, you will lead on design and delivery of Project Plan, including the modelling and assessment of different low carbon development pathways in low-income country settings.&#160; You will collaborate in the preparation of research publications and policy briefs and present papers at conferences and in public meetings.&#160; You will also support CCG in the convening of experts and stakeholders, including through organising conferences and workshops.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You must hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil in economics, environmental economics, development economics or a related field. You will possess sufficient specialist knowledge of climate policy, economic development and / or green growth to contribute effectively to CCG activities and develop novel research projects. Familiarity with microeconomic and econometric research methods is necessary. You will demonstrate excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and engage with stakeholders in policy and practice. A track record of (contributing to) publications and presentations is 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 2 years, starting in Spring/Summer 2022 with the possibility of extension depending on funding.</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 8 October 2021, and interviews will be on Friday 12 November 2021. &#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Research Technician

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Research Technician to join the Chromosome Biology research group led by Professor Kim Nasmyth. In particular, we are looking for someone with experience in vertebrate tissue culture techniques and Capture C. The postholder will work closely with senior postdocs in the laboratory to address to address the role of NIPBL in regulating Loop Extrusion by cohesin.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a degree in Medical or Life Sciences and have sufficient specialist knowledge in molecular biology and mammalian cell culture to work within established research programmes.&#160; You will have previous experience with calibrated ChIP-sequencing techniques and be able to follow protocols and appropriate experimental methodologies. You will the ability to manage your own research within guidelines provided by senior colleagues.&#160; Good communication skills is also expected.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time fixed-term post is funded by Cancer Research UK 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 5 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;<strong>This is unlikely to be more than &#163;26,341 per annum.</strong></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 8th&#160;October 2021</strong>, with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Senior Research Fellow in Trial Methodology

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>CSM&#8217;s Methodology Research programme aims to improve the design and analysis of medical research through applied statistics research. Senior Research Fellow in Trial Methodology is an exciting new post based jointly in the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit (OCTRU) and the Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM), with Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS). The focus of the post-holder&#8217;s work will be to develop and carry out rigorous and clinically relevant methodological research related to the research interests of OCTRU and CSM.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will lead methodology research aimed at improving the efficiency of clinical trials across all phases, explore novel methodologies in current and proposed trials, and work with statistical colleagues to develop or modify statistical methodology for trial analyses. You will also make a significant input in the direction and delivery of research in the area of trials methodology and reporting of trials, be able to work with limited supervision to identify, develop, modify and apply the necessary techniques to achieve the research objectives and also disseminate research findings through publication in scholarly journals, and participation in international conferences and seminars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to a minimum of MSc level in Medical Statistics/Biostatistics or an allied field (e.g. public health, epidemiology, data science) with relevant working experience, or a PhD in Medical Statistics/Biostatistics or an allied field, have a sound understanding of the phases of clinical trials and the key principals related to their statistical design and analysis, and have extensive experience with statistical programming either in R or Stata. Research experience in the design and statistical analysis of early phase and/or adaptive trials and experience of working in an academic UKCRC registered Clinical Trials Unit would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time fixed term appointment until 31/03/2024.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is <strong>12 noon on 08 October 2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Visitor Experience Manager

Closes: Oct. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 p.a

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Visitor Experience Manager- Pitt Rivers Museum</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Grade 6 &#160;- 37.5 hours</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Mon to Thursday and one weekend day</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Pitt Rivers Museum is a welcoming museum for all and we are seeking an exceptional Visitor Experience Manager to join our Visitor Service Team with relevant skills and experience to meet the high standards for one Oxford&#8217;s most loved Museum&#8217;s. We warmly invite all applicants who feel they meet the requirements for the role to apply.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Visitor Experience Manager at the Pitt Rivers Museum, you will be responsible for the delivery of an engaging, effective, safe and accessible visitor experience for all of our visitors. This is an exciting and demanding role, with significant responsibility for the visitor operation and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Leading by example and inspiring your team you will ensure that visitors get the information and guidance they need and that they and the Museum are safe and secure. You will support your team in achieving high levels of customer service satisfaction, safety and security compliance. This will involve operational decisions, sometimes rapid responses as incident controller, managing team performance and development, and contributing to visitor projects to improve departmental performance. You will also utilise experience of supporting various technical improvements to services including ticketing and booking services, visitor data analysis, online donations and visitor counting systems to continually improve visitor operations and experience.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Supporting and inspiring all front facing staff including the visitor service team and the small retail team you will drive team performance and ensure procedures, income and customer excellence targets and initiatives that are being developed in the Pitt Rivers Museum and across Gardens, Libraries and Museums Divisions are implemented and that the Museum is a champion of good practice.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time role and your role will require you to act as Duty Manager covering adhoc week days, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and some late night events.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>To deliver this role successfully, you&#8217;ll need to have: &#160;</strong></div><br> <div>Previous visitor operation management experience at a major cultural venue, museum or visitor attraction and passion for customer service work</div><br> <div>Excellent people skills and leading and managing teams who can drive team performance as well as being able to take people with them.</div><br> <div>Experience of drawing on audience/ visitor research to inform visitor experience services</div><br> <div>Experience developing services to enhance visitor programme or experience</div><br> <div>Understanding of managing a retail function ideally in a cultural or heritage setting</div><br> <div>Quick and effective decision making about the daily operations and emergency situations</div><br> <div>Excellent communication skills for different audiences</div><br> <div>Target driven and self motivated</div><br> <div>Knowledge of health, safety and security in managing visitor services</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous applicants need not apply</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Clinical Trial Lead International Monitor

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 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. CTSU runs a number of large, international randomized trials into such diseases.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As Lead International Monitor, you will be an authority in the field of monitoring and a major contributor to the ongoing development of innovative monitoring methodology within CTSU. The main focus of the role is to oversee the monitoring teams who conduct on-site and remote visits in hospitals and clinics within the UK and internationally, supervising all aspects of the monitoring activities for the studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for the post, you will have a life sciences degree or a nurse with current UK NMC registration or equivalent experience. You will hold previous experience of working in clinical trials within academia or the pharmaceutical industry and substantial experience as a clinical trial monitor with comprehensive knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and the key regulations affecting clinical trials.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;Exceptional attention to detail is essential to this role, along with problem-solving skills with the ability to think effectively under pressure and show initiative.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 11th October 2021.</div> </div>

Clinical Trials Assistant

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Trial Assistant 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;As a Clinical Trials Assistant within SITU, you will be assisting the trial managers of the group in the successful delivery of research projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As a Clinical Trial Assistant, you will provide administration in compliance with the Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care, the Data Protection Act and other applicable legislation and guidance, and support the maintenance of the Trial Master File throughout the research, under the guidance of the trial management team. You will also deal with routine trial queries, passing non-routine and clinical queries on to the appropriate staff/professionals and ensure queries are resolved within an appropriate time period. You will co-ordinate the timely collection of study data from collaborating hospital, and also carry out general office duties such as photocopying, filing, faxing, dealing with mail and any other comparable tasks as required.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be educated to A-Level or equivalent secretarial/administrative qualifications or relevant experience and have experience of using administrative skills in office environment. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills as well as proficiency in spoken/written English, and a high level of computer literacy, particularly Microsoft Office Excel and Word is essential. Previous data management experience within a clinical research study and experience of working within an academic research environment would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>These are full-time fixed term appointment for 2 years.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for this position is <strong>12 noon on 11/10/2021</strong>. You will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your online application.</div> </div>

Facilities Technical Manager (Hard FM)

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Please note that this role requires the successful post holder to have Known Consignor status. You will therefore be required to provide employment and/or education history going back for a full 5 years in your application.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>A satisfactory basic DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check result must be required for the successful candidate.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Ashmolean Museum has been described as &#8220;unquestionably the finest university museum in the world&#8221; (The Times, October 29th, 2009). It is part of the Oxford University Museums Group and is open to all without charge. Housing the University&#8217;s world class collections of art and archaeology, the Ashmolean is a great place to work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Working with the Head of Buildings &amp; Facilities, you will be responsible for managing the Hard-FM operations of the museums estate of seven buildings in Oxford. This will involve FM compliance, building projects, pre-planned and reactive maintenance tasks such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, painting and decorating. You will also have line management responsibility of two Facilities Technicians, a Facilities Assistant and indirect line management of an electrical contractor. You will ensure that all buildings are running efficiently, liaising with internal departments, neighbouring University Buildings and University Estate Services.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role combines the need for technical hands on expertise, communication and management skills. You will have experience in a facilities management role, strong technical skills in the areas of building services and fabric maintenance and a track record that proves your ability to build and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full-time, permanent contract. You will be required to work occasional evenings, weekends and bank holidays when there is an operational requirement and be part of an emergency on-call rota (call out allowance pending).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received online before 12:00 midday (GMT/BST) on Monday 11th October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are expected to take place week commencing Monday 25th October.</div> </div>

Medical Statistician/Data Scientist

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817 - £40,322 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for an experienced Medical Statistician/Data Scientist (diagnostics) to lead&#160;diagnostic and prognostic modelling&#160;analyses using cancer registry linked electronic health records data on behalf of Dr Brian Nicholson, lead for the Cancer Research Group (CRG). The CRG is a collaborative multidisciplinary team that uses quantitative and qualitative methods to improve pathways to the diagnosis of cancer starting in Primary Care.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for externally validating and extending an existing clinical risk score developed using cancer registry linked primary care electronic health records data. There will be a particular focus on methods to utilise longitudinal data and to handle missing data. They will also provide statistical advice and conduct analyses for prospective studies evaluating novel interventions to detect cancer early in primary care and provide methodological support&#160;to the wider group.</div><br> <div>You will need experience in biomedical statistics, diagnostics or a related discipline, with experience of clinical risk score development or prediction modelling using large and complex datasets. You will hold a PhD/DPhil (or be close to completion) in Statistics, Data Science or a related subject and be proficient in a statistical software programming language such as Stata, R or SAS.</div><br> <div>You will report to Dr Brian Nicholson and Dr Jason Oke and will be a member of both the Cancer Group and the Medical Statistics team led by Prof. Rafael Perera.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.</div> </div>

Philip Wetton Professorship of Astrophysics

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford seeks to appoint a world-class experimental astrophysicist to the Philip Wetton Professorship of Astrophysics in the Department of Physics &#160;from 1st October 2022 or as soon as possible&#160;thereafter. The successful candidate will be offered an Ordinary Studentship (professorial fellowship) at Christ Church.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Philip Wetton Professorship is a premier appointment, one of eight Statutory Professorships in the Department of Physics. You will join a lively and stimulating astrophysics community at Oxford which is at the forefront of research on all astronomical scales, from extrasolar planets to cosmology, and encompasses theory, observation and instrumentation. You would have access to the considerable resources of the Hintze Centre for Astronomical Surveys if applicable to your research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will provide outstanding intellectual leadership and play a prominent role in shaping the Department's research strategy. You will conduct world-leading original research, which may be in any area of observational astrophysics and/or astronomical instrumentation, and attract significant research funding. A commitment to excellence in teaching is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For an informal discussion about this post, please contact <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:rob.fender@physics.ox.ac.uk">Professor Rob Fender</a> (Head of Astrophysics),&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:ian.shipsey@physics.ox.ac.uk">Professor Ian Shipsey</a> (Head of Department of Physics)&#160;or <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:dirk.aarts@chch.ox.ac.uk">Professor Dirk Aarts</a> (Christ Church).&#160;For further details about how to apply, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on <strong>Monday 11 October 2021</strong>.</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> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7; salary £33,309 - £40,927

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Internet Institute is a leading centre for research into the governance of emerging technologies. Applications are invited from highly-qualified individuals for the position of Postdoctoral Researcher to collaborate with Dr Brent Mittelstadt (Senior Research Fellow), Professor Sandra Wachter (Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow), and Dr Chris Russell (external collaborator) on the interpretability, transparency, and fairness in machine learning and AI.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is suited to candidates who hold or are near completion, of a PhD/DPhil in a relevant field such as computer science, data science, statistics, or mathematics, and have an interest in legal and ethical aspects of machine learning and AI (e.g. interpretability, fairness, bias, discrimination).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position requires someone with the ability to coordinate and deliver a work package focused on technical aspects of interpretability and fairness in machine learning, and public results in peer-reviewed international academic journals and conferences. In particular, in collaboration with Dr Chris Russell, the post-holder will undertake research and develop methods to qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate different types of explanations of model outputs in meeting the needs of different audiences.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will be part of the &#8216;Trustworthiness auditing in AI&#8217; project, which will research and develop tools and tests to evaluate the efficacy of AI accountability tools. The project involves intensive multi-disciplinary collaboration across machine learning, philosophy, clinical and social psychology, and law. &#160;The post-holder will collaborate with Dr Brent Mittelstadt, Prof Sandra Wachter, Dr Chris Russell, Prof Netta Weinstein, and other project researchers from law, philosophy, and psychology to undertake case studies in medicine and open science, and develop a meta-toolkit for trustworthy AI.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Excellent technical, analytic, and writing skills, and expertise in machine learning, computer vision, human-computer interaction, or similar relevant areas are required. A record of publications in international peer-reviewed journals and the proven ability to collaborate across disciplines, both commensurate with the stage of the candidate's academic career, are very desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is available immediately for 36 months, with possibility of renewal there after, subject to funding availability. The position is located in Oxford and the candidate is expected to move to Oxford to take up the position.</div> </div>

Research Administrator

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: salary £26,341-£31,406 p.a./ pro rata

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Internet Institute is a leading centre for research into the governance of emerging technologies. Applications are invited from highly-qualified individuals for the position of Research Administrator. The post-holder will provide key administrative support to the Governance of Emerging Technologies research programme and the &#8216;Trustworthiness auditing in AI&#8217; project at the Oxford Internet Institute.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is suited to candidates with a good general level of education and proven knowledge and understanding of the Higher Education research environment. The post-holder will ideally be interested in the valuable work undertaken at the OII, covering such as issues as the governance of emerging technologies, ethical usage of technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), and related areas.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position requires someone with the ability to track project outputs and tasks, coordinate and track deadlines and liaise with the project team, assist in grant and financial reporting, and provide other elements of research administration including copyediting, organisations of research activities, and public outreach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Excellent research administration, organisational, communication, copyediting or writing, and basic web-editing and computer skills are required. Any prior experience using project and team management software, academic referencing software, task tracking tools, and similar administrative applications is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is available immediately until August 30, 2024, with possibility of renewal there after, subject to funding availability. The position is located in Oxford and the candidate is expected to move to Oxford to take up the position.</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12:00 midday on 11 October 2021 can be considered.</div> </div>

Research Grants Assistant – Maternity Cover

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £ 31,406 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a Research Grants Assistant to work as part of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences&#8217; research grants team.</div><br> <div>The post holder will support researchers with their applications to external organisations for research funding and with the setup of successful awards. You will provide a high-quality service assisting with costing and pricing for applications using X5, the University&#8217;s costing and pricing software, and advise on non-scientific matters for applications.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Research Grants Manager, your duties will include reviewing the criteria for applications, using reports from X5 combined with discussions with NDCN researchers and administrative colleagues in order to assist with the costing and submission of applications, ensuring they are compliant with University and funder requirements.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that applicants are educated to A level standard or equivalent, preferably with a relevant scientific background. Competency using Microsoft Word, Excel, databases and University wide software (X5, Oracle) is also essential. It would be advantageous if applicants have experience of research grant administration.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The post is full-time for a fixed term of up to 1 year (maternity cover).</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Monday 11th October 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 Nurse

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 p.a. (with a discretionary range to £38,587 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>We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Nurse to work on the &#8216;Heart Studies Group&#8217; portfolio of trials.&#160; The ORION-4 study Oxford site runs from our clinic rooms within NDPH. The Research Nurse will be responsible for the day-to-day running of this clinic, including conducting interviews to recruit, consent and follow-up participants, obtaining blood samples and administering study drugs.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered, you will be a first level registered nurse with full current NMC registration and knowledge (and preferably experience) of working in clinical trials. You will also have an understanding of ICH-GCP, knowledge of cardiovascular disease and experience of interviewing participants (face-to-face and over the phone). &#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time (although part time considered) and fixed term for 2 years. The closing date for applications is noon on 11th October.</div> </div>

Researcher – Energy Demand and Racial Justice

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

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Researcher to scope the intersections between racial justice and energy demand research, identified as an important research gap, leading to writing a report and promoting it to funders and policy makers in an attempt to influence funding and future research priorities. The role supports the Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS), which is the flagship centre on energy demand issues of UK Research and Innovation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The first steps towards developing the research agenda on the intersections between racial justice and energy demand research were taken through a roundtable involving experts from the racial justice and energy demand communities. It is expected that, in addition to a comprehensive literature review and locating relevant sources of data, the postholder will continue to engage with these communities in shaping this agenda. It is likely this will result in new research proposals and projects, but also that it will offer a useful critique of the research currently underway in energy demand. The work will culminate in a scoping report, a draft proposal, and advocacy material, including presentations, blogs and maybe an academic paper.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate must hold or be close to completion of a PhD in a relevant subject or equivalent research experience. You will have specialist knowledge and experience of racial justice, or related areas such as disadvantaged/racialised communities or international development. You will have demonstrable experience of writing, including scoping work, literature reviews and reports and previous experience of contributing to presentations and working in communities. An interest in energy/energy demand is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position is available immediately and it is fixed-term for 12 months.</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 11 October 2021, and interviews will be held in late-October 2021.</div> </div>

Rokos-Clarendon Associate Professor of Experimental Neutrino Physics

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: From £48,114 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Physics proposes to appoint an Associate Professor or Professor in Particle Physics with effect from January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will also be offered a Tutorial Fellowship at Pembroke 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;9,750 p.a., access to a housing loan scheme, a tutor&#8217;s allowance of &#163;2,080 and a private healthcare scheme<strong>.</strong> 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 the fundamental laws of nature in and beyond the Standard Model. These challenges include the nature of dark matter and dark energy, the origin of the generations and matter anti-matter asymmetry in the universe, and the stability of mass hierarchies. The purpose of this appointment is to recruit a particle physicist who would join our renowned neutrino physics programme spanning long baseline accelerator neutrinos at DUNE in the US and T2K, SuperK and HyperK in Japan, and neutrinoless double-beta decay at SNO+. The successful candidate would also be expected to take a leading role in the design and construction of the next generation of neutrino experiments. &#160;The post-holder will work closely with other particle theorists and experimentalists in the department who are involved in many of the leading experimental collaborations. During the first five years of the post, there is the possibility of a partial secondment of the University component of the post to the Particle Physics Department (PPD) at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in experimental particle physics<em>,</em> or a related subject, and will have a proven record of high-quality creative research in neutrino physics at an international level. They will be an excellent teacher at 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 undergraduate and graduate level, and to participate in administration and governance of Pembroke 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 Professors David Wark (dave.wark@physics.ox.ac.uk), Steve Biller (steven.biller@physics.ox.ac.uk), Giles Barr (giles.barr@physics.ox.ac.uk) and Daniela Bortoletto (daniela.bortoletto@physics.ox.ac.uk). &#160;Enquiries about the college side of the appointment should be addressed to Pembroke Academic Office (academichr@pmb.ox.ac.uk). Professor Dave Newbold (dave.newbold@stfc.ac.uk) can provide information about the PPD secondment.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12 noon GMT on Monday, 11 October 2021</strong>. Please quote departmental reference 152143 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 6 December 2021 with an offer made soon after. &#160;</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> </div>

Senior Research Software Engineer (Machine Learning in Medical Imaging)

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a full-time Senior Research Software 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 Hong Kong. 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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have 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. Good written and oral communication skills are essential, as well as the ability to prioritise a busy workload. Interest in collaborating with end-users/clinical partners to design and develop solutions which may have impact on healthcare practice is also essential, as well as experience of image analysis and deep learning.</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;&#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 of equipment onsite at the Old Road Campus, Headington.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries can be directed to Professor Alison Noble (alison.noble@eng.ox.ac.uk).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only online applications received before midday on <strong>11 October 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>

Senior Web Developer (full stack)

Closes: Oct. 11, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>This is a rare opportunity to join an innovative, multidisciplinary learning design team that creates high quality online courses for lifelong learners.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for an experienced full stack (PHP) developer to maintain and develop the IT systems and applications that support our work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Our friendly, intellectually-curious team design, maintain and deliver a portfolio of over 100 online courses across a variety of disciplines. We operate these courses across multiple sites with a sophisticated back-end XML content management system.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be the main developer for our Virtual Learning Environment and the bespoke toolset that supports it. We use the open source VLE Moodle and while familiarity with Moodle would be useful, extensive experience of application development is more important.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Your focus will be backend and technical architecture and you will be supported by colleagues with expertise in frontend and sys admin. However, skills in HTML5 document semantics, accessibility or UX would be very welcome.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role is based in Oxford. Remote working is negotiable, but you must be able to commute to Oxford on a regular basis. The role includes 38 days&#8217; leave (pro rata), inclusive of Bank Holidays and Departmental closure days, pension and excellent benefits. The Department is committed to developing colleagues both personally and professionally.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are to be made online no later than 12.00 noon on 11 October 2021. Interviews are expected to take place on 21 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</em></strong></div> </div>

Adult Research Nurse

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 - £34,804 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><em>This is a re-advertisement, previous applicants do not need to apply again.</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong><em>&#160;Are you ready for a change?</em></strong> <strong>Would you like to gain experience in clinical research?</strong> <strong><em>Why not come and join the team that have been working on the rapid clinical development of vaccines against COVID-19 disease at the Oxford Vaccine Group?</em></strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>The Oxford Vaccine Group (OVG) are seeking enthusiastic nurses to join their Research Nurse Team, all training is provided so no experience in research is necessary.</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>The role is essential to the management and delivery of our research studies.&#160; You will primarily visit adult participants either at</em> <em>Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine (CCVTM) or within the community</em> <em>to discuss the study, obtain blood or other samples, and administer study drugs and routine and/or study vaccines.&#160;</em></div><br> <div><em>At times you may be asked to help cover paediatric focussed studies.</em> <em>Venepuncture and immunisation training will be provided. Applicants should have good communication and organisational skills with good attention to detail. This role will include some early morning, evening and weekend working.</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>OVG conducts world-leading research, primarily into creating new and optimising existing vaccines for children and adults.</em></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Initially 12 months fixed term contract (37.5 hr week), an extension is likely but it is subject to external funding available.</div><br> <div>To discuss the post in more detail please contact a Senior Research Nurse on 01865 611400</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 12 October 2021 will be considered. Interviews will be held shortly after.</div> </div>

Events and International Summer School Officer

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>Grade 6: &#163;29,614 - &#163;35,326 per annum</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>fixed term, maternity cover, full time.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) is seeking a flexible and committed professional to work as its Events and International Summer School Officer.</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Centre Manager and working under the direction of the RSC Director and International Summer School Director, in collaboration with other RSC staff, the post-holder will support the creative development, coordination, planning and fundraising for events aimed at academics, policy-makers, practitioners, and the general public. The post offers an exciting opportunity for someone who combines creativity, flexibility, and the ability to work collaboratively with high level organisational skills and project coordination skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford and the Department of International Development are Athena Swan Bronze award holders in recognition of its efforts to introduce organizational and cultural practices that promote gender equality and create a better working environment for all.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are to be made online, uploading your cv and application letter. The post will close on 12 October 2021 at 12.00 noon.</div> </div>

Finance Officer

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking to recruit a Finance Officer to join our Finance Team in the Medical Sciences Divisional Office. The post holder will be a key part of the Finance Team and will be expected to build strong relationships with a wide range of customers within the Divisional Office, the Medical School and the academic departments of the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Reporting to the Finance Manager, the successful candidate will have responsibility for the day-to-day financial operations of the Divisional Office, including all financial transactions such as purchases, accounts receivable, and expenses. The post holder will also assist in the preparation of the annual budget and quarterly forecasts for the Divisional Office and a growing number of business units. In addition, the post holder will provide support for financial reporting by running and distributing reports as part of the month end, quarter end and year-end process, and will be responsible for processing all interdepartmental transfers between departments in the Medical Sciences Division.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will have significant experience of financial administration, strong IT skills, the ability to explain complicated financial concepts to people without a finance background. Ability to work independently and to manage and prioritise a varied workload, and excellent attention to details are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a 36-month fixed-term contract in the first instance. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Edwin Kiarie (edwin.kiarie@medsci.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>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Tuesday 12th October 2021 with interviews for shortlisted candidates to be held in the week commencing Monday 18th October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postgraduate Research Assistant

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614- £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for a well-trained, highly motivated and academically excellent Research Assistant to join our research team. You will be a member of the Inherited Heart Muscle Disease Group led by Professor Hugh Watkins FRS FMedSci. The group has a long-established and productive programme of work investigating the molecular and cellular basis of important inherited heart muscle diseases (PMID: 21524215, 22456184, 29097735) and reflects an exciting new stage in our understanding of the processes that cause cardiac remodelling, with a particular focus on the role of immune cells in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). This pioneer work is fully funded within a leading-edge programme provided by the British Heart Foundation (BHF).</div><br> <div>As the Research Assistant you will undertake research projects aimed at understanding the role of immune cells in pathogenesis of HCM. As a Research Assistant, you will also contribute to the projects of other researchers in the lab and help with general lab management. The laboratory activities are likely to include mouse colony management, assistance to mouse surgery, genotyping, DNA/RNA extraction, real-time PCR, flow cytometry, cell sorting, confocal microscopy, tissue section preparation, western blotting and cell culture. The candidate will work with transgenic in vivo mouse models.</div><br> <div>You will be required to hold a degree (first class or 2:1) in in immunology / cardiovascular or related biological sciences and have previous hands-on experience with mouse models. Proven experience in flow cytometry / cell sorting would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 09 September 2023 and you will be based at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics (WTCHG), Old Road Campus, Roosevelt Drive, Oxford, OX3 7BN.</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 12 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on 28 October 2021.</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Rodent Phenotyping

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated Research Assistant who will be based in the Watkins group, working under supervision you will be responsible for performing and overseeing rodent, principally mouse, microsurgery and evaluation of cardiac physiology. You will perform coronary artery ligation &amp; transverse aortic constriction models of myocardial infarction and pressure-overload hypertrophy respectively, along with their in vivo haemodynamic assessment and analyse the data from these experiments. You will also be involved in overseeing models of heart muscle disease.</div><br> <div>Your main responsibilities will include performing mouse and rat cardiac microsurgery (specifically, coronary artery ligation &amp; transverse aortic constriction models of myocardial infarction and pressure-overload hypertrophy) and their physiological (in vivo) assessment (echocardiography and in vivo haemodynamics). Ultimately you will attain a level sufficient to oversee and provide training in these techniques. As well as this you will oversee murine models of heart muscle disease including colony maintenance, mouse genotyping and tissue harvesting.</div><br> <div>You will be required to hold a BSc or equivalent in Biomedical Sciences or other relevant discipline and have sufficient knowledge, experience, and technical proficiency in microsurgery. Holding a PhD in Biomedical Sciences or other related discipline would be desirable.</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 31st March 2024 and you will be based at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Old Road Campus, Roosevelt Drive, 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 12 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on 28 October 2021.</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Research Support Manager (NIHR School for Primary Care Research)

Closes: Oct. 12, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,176 to £34,804 per annum (with discretionary range to £38,011)

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Research Support Manager (NIHR School of Primary Care Research)</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Fixed term post on</strong>&#160;<strong>Grade 6:</strong>&#160;<strong>&#163;29,176 to &#163;34,804 per annum (with discretionary range to &#163;38,011) Full time (Part time also considered)</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a Research Support Manager to work with Professor Richard McManus on the NIHR School of Primary Care Research (SPCR) research programme as it relates to Oxford. Oxford was a founding member of the school and for the fourth iteration of the school, this new post has been developed to provide day-to-day administrative and management support for the portfolio of research studies, studentships and fellowships funded through the SPCR. This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join a growing, vibrant department in a varied and interesting role.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will work particularly closely with the departmental administration team, the SPCR academic lead within the department, and training leads for the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences; in addition to individual study principal investigators, fellows and students, local co-investigators and NIHR SPCR central directorate (currently University of Keele).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Responsibilities will include acting as the primary administrative and managerial contact for SPCR studies hosted through University of Oxford, coordinating internal funding rounds, including setting deadlines for internal review, publicising opportunities within the department and arranging internal panels/reviews as required.&#160; The postholder will also liaise with the department grants team to provide costings for SPCR and related research projects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have a Graduate-level qualification (or equivalent experience) or significant work experience and track record in a relevant area as well as excellent planning, organisation and time management skills.</div><br> <div>&#160;</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 National School of Primary Care Research until 30 September 2024 in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is&#160;<strong>12.00 midday on 12 October 2021</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews will be on 19 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For further information and to apply for the post, please view the job description below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Clinical Trial Manager (MelMarT-II)

Closes: Oct. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISMENT. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a well-rounded Clinical Trial Manager to join the Surgical Intervention Trials Unit (SITU), based at the Botnar Research Centre in Headington, Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Trial Manager will coordinate the implementation and running of the MelMarT-II clinical trial across participating hospital sites in the UK. This is a fantastic opportunity to play a pivotal role in the success of this clinical trial from start to finish. The postholder will act as a Trial Manager within the SITU Group, initially responsible for the overall running and management of the MelMarT-II clinical trial, but it is likely that they will also work across other projects within SITU as a part of a multi-disciplinary research team. This will involve supporting the participating clinical centres, tracking progress at each centre and taking appropriate action to ensure good recruitment, compliance with the protocol and the quality and timeliness of the data collection. As MelMarT-II is an international collaboration, it will also require working closely with the trial manager and data managers at the Melanoma and Skin Cancer Trials Unit in Melbourne, Australia. The Trial Manager will also provide regular feedback on progress of the trial to the Chief Investigators and SITU Senior Management Team and ensure the study is established and run in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in a biomedical or associated subject and will have proven experience in clinical research. You must demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to motivate and negotiate at a senior level. You will be confident and friendly, able to work autonomously and have proven skills of organising and managing the work of a professional team. You will be highly computer literate with expertise in the use of word processing, document layouts, spreadsheets and databases. A current knowledge of clinical trial regulations and governance is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This full-time post is available immediately and is fixed-term for 2 years in the first instance.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online and as part of the application process you are required to upload your CV and a covering letter.&#160; Please quote reference NDSA801B on all correspondence.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 noon on 13 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews will be held in the afternoon of 27 October 2021.</div> </div>

Project Manager

Closes: Oct. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 (pro-rata)

<div> <p></p><div>A Project Manager (part-time - 18.75 - 22.5 hours per week) is required to coordinate a new and exciting cancer research initiative at entitled &#8220;The Early Detection of Hepatocellular Liver Cancer [DeLIVER]&#8221;. &#160;This exciting new 4 year project is the result of an award by Cancer Research UK within the field of Early Detection (https://www.oxcode.ox.ac.uk/news/funding-success-for-liver-cancer-early-detection). Chief Investigator, Prof Ellie Barnes, will lead a team that consists of of experts in clinical care, together with scientists, working in partnership with industry. This multi-disciplinary approach aims to detect early liver cancer so increasing cure rates in patients. With the use of liquid biopsy technologies, multiparametric liver imaging, and other protein and omic analysis, our consortium will learn more about the origins of liver cancer and develop more sensitive detection tests for HCC early detection. We will establish a national cross-sectional cohort of patients with early HCC and cirrhosis, and a large prospective cohort of &gt;3000 people, followed annually for at least 3 years.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have a post-graduate degree. There will be a need to understand the details of project management that ensure milestones are met and programs of work remain within budget.&#160; The successful applicant will also have recent experience of managing a clinical trial (s) in the NHS, will understand basic scientific language and will be confident in working closely with the industry sector. This requires a person with leadership qualities and experience in managing complex projects.&#160; You will have the ability to work under pressure and independently, demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and communicate effectively with people at all levels.</div><br> <div>This post is available for 12 months in the first instance but may be extended by 3 years or more.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#160;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 Wednesday 13 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Assistant in Colorectal Cancer

Closes: Oct. 13, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326 with a discretionary range to £38,587 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Research Assistant in Colorectal Cancer to join the research group led by Professor Simon Leedham, at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for undertaking work as required in cancer genetics, including preparing samples, genotyping, mutation screening, drug administration, making transgenics and other work as necessary. You will manage your own research and administrative activities within guidelines provided by Senior Colleagues, and contribute to the wider project planning, including ideas for new research projects. You will select, follow, and adapt experimental protocols, as well as gather, analyse, and present scientific data from a variety of sources.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a degree in molecular biology or a relevant subject, and have experience of basic methods of molecular genetics. You will have experience of following and adapting protocols and selecting appropriate experimental methodologies. It is essential that you have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write text that can be published, and have the ability to manage your own research and administrative activities.</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>This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract until 30 November 2023 and is funded by Cancer Research UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 13th October&#160;2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>153239 on</strong> all correspondence.</div> </div>

Senior MRI Radiographer

Closes: Oct. 14, 2021, midnight; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div><strong>This is a re-advertisement, previous applicants should not apply.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you want to work with a cutting-edge imagining technique in a world class centre, providing specialised clinical diagnostic imaging?</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly motivated and talented MR Radiographer to join the imaging team at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR). We are looking for someone who will enjoy working in a cutting-edge clinical research environment performing advanced MRI research techniques (cardiac, liver and neuro) and actively participate for the clinical cardiac MR Service as part of a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, researchers, radiographers, nurses and physicists. You will primarily assist in the provision of a safe, efficient, effective, and flexible MR scanning service for the cardiovascular, liver and neuro-imaging research protocols within OCMR. You will be expected to deliver a high standard of imaging and patient care; assist in protocol development and set up (both hardware and software aspects) and help provide training and supervision of the imaging aspects of the unit. You will work with and be supported by the lead radiographer and the imaging team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a DCR or BSc (Hons) Radiography and be registered with the HCPC. Experience of working within a research field (or evidence of some independent research) would be desirable</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term for 3 years in the first instance and you will be based at Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), john Radcliffe hospital.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 14 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place at the end of October.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For enquiries please contact Rebecca Mills &#8211; Rebecca.mills@cardioviox.ac.uk or Harry Clarke cvm_personnel@cardiov.ox.ac.uk</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal visits to the unit are strongly encouraged</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Communications & Engagement Manager

Closes: Oct. 14, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 to £50,296 per year

<div> <p></p><div>This fantastic opportunity balances a focus on people with strategic oversight, bringing with it excitement and challenges. You will lead a team working deliver all aspects of communication and engagement including equality, diversity and inclusivity, outreach and alumni relations. Your team will also provide essential support for wellbeing and staff-focused events. <br><br> You will be responsible for developing key strategies, influencing senior staff and academics on matters under your remit and providing confidential advice to the Heads of Administration and Finance. <br><br> An experienced communications professional, you will have outstanding interpersonal skills and an understanding of EDI in a higher education setting. You will have a track record of developing and implementing strategies, and of supporting staff through periods of change. Accuracy, discretion and the ability to manage varied and complex workload are essential. <br><br> The role is permanent and full time, available from December 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Jeannie Scott administrator@zoo.ox.ac.uk <br><br> Applications must be made online by midday (UK time) on 14 October 2021.</div> </div>

Senior Research Associate on FUN2MODEL: From FUNction-based TO MOdel-based automated probabilistic reasoning for DEep Learning

Closes: Oct. 14, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: Salary £42,149 – £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Department of Computer Science, Parks Road, Oxford.</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Senior Research Associate</strong> on FUN2MODEL: From FUNction-based TO MOdel-based automated probabilistic reasoning for DEep Learning</div><br> <div><strong>Full Time and Fixed Term until 30th September 2024</strong></div><br> <div><strong>Grade 8: Salary &#163;42,149 &#8211; &#163;50,296 p.a.</strong> (note: Grade 7: &#163;33,309 - &#163;40,927 p.a.)</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are looking for a motivated Senior Research Associate to play a key role in the ERC funded FUN2MODEL project.</div><br> <div>You will be a senior member of the collaborative project team, reporting directly to Professor Marta Kwiatkowska, and you will provide leadership for the development of theories, models and algorithms for quantitative/probabilistic verification and synthesis 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 be responsible for carrying out research with an emphasis on probabilistic reasoning and inference, including cognitive aspects and automated decision making. This may involve neuro-symbolic approaches; probabilistic verification/synthesis; causal reasoning; planning and game-theoretic methods; robustness and certification. Suitably qualified candidates will have an opportunity to lead software implementation, liaising with Dave Parker to coordinate PRISM codebase extensions.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be expected to regularly write research articles at a national level for peer-reviewed journals, agree clear task objectives, organise and delegate work to other members of the team, and share responsibility for shaping the research group&#8217;s plans.</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, possess specialist knowledge and demonstrable experience across some/all of: symbolic/neuro-symbolic methods; probabilistic/statistical verification and synthesis; planning and game theory, as well as have proven experience of software development in relevant areas, such as SAT/SMT, statistical inference, constraint solving and optimisation. Knowledge of neural networks and Bayesian methods is highly 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;33,309 - &#163;40,927 p.a.) with the responsibilities adjusted accordingly; for Grade 7, you would be expected to hold a doctoral degree (or be close to completion) in Computer Science, mathematics, or related discipline. This would be discussed with applicants at interview/appointment where appropriate.</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><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon 14th October 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held in the second half of October 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>

Visitor Services Manager

Closes: Oct. 14, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614 - £35,326

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Bennett Professor of Evidence Based Medicine

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and Jesus College are seeking applications for the Bennett Professorship of Evidence Based Medicine.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This new professorship at the University of Oxford, established through a generous benefaction from Peter Bennett, will provide leadership clinical informatics and digital health, especially in the safer use of routinely collected health data in globally impactful research, that improves the provision of healthcare and the setting of policy internationally in relation to healthcare data in general.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have an outstanding research record of international stature in clinical informatics research, or directly related areas of research, and the vision, leadership, experience and enthusiasm to build on current strengths in maintaining and developing a leading research presence. There is a requirement to also contribute to teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels and a strong commitment to recruitment, training and mentoring of the next generation of researchers in the area.</div><br> <div>A track record of excellence in public and professional communication is also an expectation. Medically trained is a requirement for this clinical chair, with preference given in primary care or public health.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this post, please contact Professor Richard Hobbs (<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:richard.hobbs@phc.ox.ac.uk">Richard.hobbs@phc.ox.ac.uk</a> copying in <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:richard.hobbs_pa@phc.ox.ac.uk">richard.hobbs_pa@phc.ox.ac.uk</a>).</div><br> <div>All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must be received by 12.00 noon on Friday 15 October 2021. Interviews are scheduled for Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 December 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</em></div> </div>

Data Analyst (Health Data Group Support)

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Data Analyst team that supports the UK Biobank study is looking to recruit an individual to provide data analysis support for the Health Data Group. The Health Data Group is responsible for the administration of enhancement studies to the UK Biobank resource, such as the imaging study and online questionnaires.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The ideal candidate will have strong skills in data manipulation, visualisation &amp; analysis in SQL &amp; R, as well as excellent interpersonal skills as the role involves substantial interaction with non-technical staff. The main responsibilities of the role include providing technical support to the Health Data Group on participant selection for studies to enhance the resource, reviewing, understanding and updating participants' personal and health data, providing reports and metrics on participant engagement and incorporating new data from enhancement studies into the resource.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>To be considered for the Data Analyst role, you will need to have an MSc in a scientific or numerate subject, or to have equivalent experience, and to be proficient in using the R statistical software package for data manipulation, visualisation &amp; analysis. You will also have a good working knowledge of using SQL to query relational databases, and experience of using and processing large or complex datasets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</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 15th October 2021.</div> </div>

Microelectronic Interconnect Specialist

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We have an exciting opportunity in the Particle Physics Sub-Department at the University of Oxford for an experienced specialist in microelectronic interconnects.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We need an organised and independent expert to take a leading role in all aspects of our interconnect and wire-bonding activities in the Oxford Physics Microstructure Detector (OPMD) laboratory; a cleanroom silicon facility in central Oxford. This will involve managing the interconnect work for long-term production projects including large arrays of full-recticle and wafer-size semiconductor sensors, as well as one-off R&amp;D pieces and small commercial activities requiring a rapid turnaround.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of a suite of semi-automatic ultrasonic wire-bonding systems, as well as part preparation and quality control systems including: plasma-cleaning, pull-testing, QC inspection, glue deposition, and die attach. You should have the experience to be able to suggest changes to prototype PCB or ASIC designs to improve the reliability and performance of interconnects for in-house and external projects. You will additionally be responsible for the training and supervision of an apprentice interconnects technician.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will work as a key senior member of a small team of scientists, engineers, and technicians building some of the most exciting machines in science; including detectors for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We need an expert operator who can take responsibility for managing multiple concurrent projects of different scales and levels of importance. You will need to be comfortable working in a research-based environment, but also be expected to bring a more production-based mindset to ensure deadlines are met. In addition to significant experience working with interconnect systems, experience with large detector/imaging sensors, and working in academic collaborations would be extremely valuable, as would experience working in a cleanroom and managing a laboratory.</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>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>If you would like further information or support in your application please contact: Dr Richard Plackett, &#160; <a rel="nofollow" href="http://">richard.plackett@physics.ox.ac.uk <br></a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 15 October 2021 can be considered. 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> </div>

NIHR-BHF Cardiovascular Partnership Manager

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9, £48,835 to £56,587

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly motivated NIHR-BHF Cardiovascular Partnership Manager to bring together experts in cardiovascular science and related areas from across NIHR Biomedical Research Centres (BRCs), NIHR Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs), BHF Centres of Research Excellence and Accelerators. The NIHR-BHF Cardiovascular Partnership provides a platform for UK-wide collaborations, enabling to identify common research priorities and develop research programmes based on shared expertise and capabilities, leverage funding and facilitate interactions with commercial partners in cardiovascular research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You as the Senior Manager will report to the Partnership Chair, Professor Keith Channon, and will ensure effective liaison between stakeholders. You will provide the overall operational leadership, manage collaborations and drive productive interactions between the participating experts and external partners, including industry. A key role for you will be to work with external partners, including industry, and other national stakeholders such as British Cardiovascular Society, specialist societies and patient organisations in cardiovascular disease. You will work to identify shared objectives to foster collaborative research programmes that can leverage funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be required to hold a higher degree, or equivalent qualification, in a biomedical discipline and have senior project management experience and experience of working at strategic level with academic research collaborations, commercial partners, and/or research funders. Proven experience of research facilitation and research management would be desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract for 3 years and you will be based at the Level 6 West Wing, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU.</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.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 15 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on 01 November 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Nanowire Optics

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant who will work on a new EPSRC funded project entitled &#8220;Plasmon-enhanced light emission from hybrid nanowires: towards electrically driven nanowire lasers&#8221;.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 33 months with the research focus being on optical spectroscopy of nanowires.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The aim of the project is to address a critical challenge in nanotechnology &#8211; the bottom-up synthesis of single core-shell nanowires involving both noble metals and semiconductors and to explore their potential for lasing by electrical injection. These hybrid nanowires will combine the strong light absorption of noble metals (by surface plasmon resonance) with the versatile optical properties of semiconductors to deliver significantly enhanced light emission yield and will offer new possibilities for developing on-chip nanophotonic devices. Key to this research is the helium droplet technology that allows core-shell nanowires to be grown atom-by-atom and layer-by-layer in a cold superfluid along one-dimensional quantized vortex lines, overcoming the major difficulty in conventional synthetic methods associated with the non-wetting between metals and semiconductors.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Through a multidisciplinary collaboration, principally between Oxford Physics and the Department of Chemistry at Leicester University, we will establish the scientific foundation that can potentially transform our new nanoscience discoveries into technological innovations in optical sensors, photovoltaics, electrical injection nanowire lasers and components in quantum computers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will undertake optical experiments based on time-integrated and time-resolved micro-PL spectroscopy of the nanowires (grown in Leicester) at low and room temperature, and work on contacting the nanowires using e-beam and photo-lithography, and measuring their optoelectronic properties.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should hold a PhD, or be close to completion in physics or a related field and have a strong background in the optoelectronic characterisation of devices, materials, and nanomaterials, and have experience with optical spectroscopy.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Experience with laboratory experimental automation software, particularly LabVIEW would be beneficial.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should be highly motivated and have excellent skills in working collaboratively, as part of a team. A good track record of high-quality publications is desirable.&#160; Having the ability to direct your own research and interpret your results independently is a must.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Prof Robert A. Taylor <a rel="nofollow" href="http://robert.taylor@physics.ox.ac.uk">robert.taylor@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday (UK time) 15 October 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><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>The current COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest threat posed by a respiratory virus since the 1918 H1N1 influenza pandemic. This is an excellent opportunity for a bright and enthusiastic researcher to develop their career in statistical epidemiology within the internationally leading Department of Statistics in the University of Oxford at a critical time for this field. This role is key within the Epidemiology and Risk Assessment theme of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>As the successful Postdoctoral Research Assistant, you will hold a PhD/DPhil (or be close to completion) in a relevant field such as statistics, biostatistics, infectious disease epidemiology, epidemic modelling. You will have research experience in infectious disease epidemiology and possess sufficient specialist knowledge of statistical and epidemiological methods. You will have the ability to manage own academic research and associated activities and possess excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings. It would be desirable if you have experience of managing a discrete area of a research project (including planning, organising and problem-solving), but not essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Queries about this post should be addressed to: Professor Christl Donnelly <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:christl.donnelly@stats.ox.ac.uk">christl.donnelly@stats.ox.ac.uk</a>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed-term for 30 months, in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on&#160;15 October 2021&#160;will be considered. Interviews will be held on 03 November 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Palaeobiology

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £32,817-£40,322 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>Reporting to the Principal Investigator, Prof Erin Saupe, the post holder will be a member of a research group with responsibility for carrying out research for NERC grant &#8216;Phanerozoic biodiversity in space and time&#8217;. The post holder will be responsible for developing and expanding the analytical framework and existing scripts used in Close et al (2020) for spatially-explicit analysis of fossil occurrences to achieve the grant objective.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will be responsible for managing their own academic research and administrative activities and developing new scientific techniques and protocols to address how diversity has varied spatially over Earth history. They will use coding and computational skills to test hypotheses and analyse scientific data from a variety of sources. The post holder will also act as a source of information and advice to other members of the research group.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will hold, or be close to completion, of a relevant PhD/DPhil together with relevant experience, possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work with established research programmes and have the ability to contribute ideas for new projects and research income generation. They will have excellent communication skills 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>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 Friday 15 October 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></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>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metal Cluster Reaction Dynamics

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a full time Postdoctoral Research Associate in Metal Cluster Reactivity to work under the supervision of Professor Stuart Mackenzie from 1st November 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter) for a period of 2 years with the possibility of renewal.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Based in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, in the group of Professor Stuart Mackenzie this role is focused on Reactive Scattering for Catalysis. It will involve close collaboration, including research visits, with the groups of Professor Ken McKendrick, Professor Matt Costen, Dr Stuart Greaves and Professor Martin Paterson at Heriot-Watt University as well as those of Professors Mark Brouard and Claire Vallance in Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project will involve the IR spectroscopy and reaction dynamics of gas-phase transition metal clusters and ion-molecule (metal-ligand) complexes. One major goal will be the development of new molecular beam instruments to study mode-selective chemistry of small molecules with transition metal clusters and/or ion-molecule (metal-ligand) complexes. Reactivity will be studied as a function of cluster size, charge, composition and collision energy, with sensitive mass spectrometric detection.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project forms part of the EPSRC Programme Grant &#8220;New Directions in Molecular Scattering&#8221; joint between the University of Oxford and Heriot-Watt University. The project will involve opportunity for close collaboration with other participating research groups.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Mackenzie group has strong collaborative links with several European groups (Fielicke, Dopfer in in Berlin and Beyer, Innsbruck) and it is anticipated that the successful applicant will also participate in these projects.</div><br> <div>Find out more about the Mackenzie research and group at mackenzie.web.ox.ac.uk and information on the wider Programme Grant at: https://molecularscattering.com/.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants must hold a PhD in Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics or a relevant subject area, (or be close to completion) prior to taking up appointment.&#160; The research requires experience in some of the following areas: gas-phase laser spectroscopy, reaction dynamics, molecular beams, quantum chemical calculations, gas-phase cluster generation .&#160; You will be expected to manage your own academic research and administrative activities. This involves small scale project management, to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines.</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. <strong>Certificates, references and research papers should not be provided at this stage.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday, Friday 15 October 2021. Interviews are expected be held as soon as possible thereafter.</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 Fellow– Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a highly motivated and talented Computational Biologist with experience in Next Generation Sequencing data analysis and machine-learning and/or statistical modelling to join our group to study the underlying rules of T cell receptor interaction with MHC presented peptides by leveraging multimodal single cell data from various cutting-edge technologies. Familiarity with TCR/BCR or antigen data is desirable but not essential for this post.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The research in our group is focused on the use of systems/quantitative immunology to foster a better understanding of the mechanisms underpinning the regulation of adaptive immune system in healthy individuals. The aim of these studies is to pave the way to further our knowledge of functional and molecular mechanisms linked to dysregulation of the immune system in serious human health challenges such as cancers, infectious/autoimmune diseases and aging.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Over the past couple of decades owing to the cutting-edge advances in high throughput sequencing and single cell profiling technologies, the field of life science &#8211;especially immunology&#8211; has faced the challenge of unprecedented amount of very complex, multi-dimensional data. Understanding such data and extracting the sound biological knowledge has become more complicated than performing the experiments. As such, quantitative approaches including statistical inference and machine-learning techniques especially the cutting-edge deep neural networks have proven very successful.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this regard, the current research theme in our group is specifically focused on T cells response and function in which multi-modal high throughput sequencing &#8216;big data&#8217; from the cutting-edge bulk and single cell technologies are incorporated into computational, machine-learning and statistical models to study T cell recognition of self and foreign pathogens. This post is to focus on developing machine-learning and statistical models to further advance our understanding of the rules underpinning T cell receptor recognition of its cognate peptides using single TCR and transcriptomics data. The work will involve collaboration with computational biologists in the group as well as with other immunologists in HIU undertaking antigen-specific (Prof. Simmons&#8217; lab) and/or lipid-specific (Prof. Ogg&#8217;s lab) T cell experiments employing cutting edge single cell technologies.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a PhD/Dphil of relevance to systems and quantitative immunology experience of research within bioinformatics. A strong background in machine-learning/or and statistical inference and/or data science is essential. You will possess the ability to independently plan and manage a research project. A background or knowledge in T and B cell Immunology and experience of computational biology of immune repertoire data (TCRs and BCRs) is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full-time and fixed-term for up to 2 years, with a possibility of extension. Flexible working can be discussed during the interview process.</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 Friday 15 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Research Associate on Adolescent Mental Health and Development in the Digital World Project

Closes: Oct. 15, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a

<div> <p></p><div>This role is an opportunity to join the Responsible Technology Institute at Oxford, and to work on one of its new multi-institution projects - <em>Adolescent Mental Health and Development in the Digital World</em>. The project focuses on harnessing the potential of digital technology to support adolescent mental health and wellbeing and provide a safe and supportive, digital environment to tackle the unmet need arising from mental health disorders in young people aged 10-24 years old.</div><br> <div>In this role you will develop methodological protocols, co-design a training intervention programme, and carry out both qualitative and quantitative research. You will assist with stakeholder engagement activities, contribute to wider project planning, and co-ordinate activities across the project&#8217;s collaborators.&#160;You will bring a keen interest in supporting young people, and some knowledge of Responsible Innovation. As part of the Responsible Technology Institute you will engage with international networks and industrial partners, collaborating on the direction of the Institute&#8217;s research and working with colleagues to deliver its aims and objectives.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The ideal candidate will have a doctorate in Computer Science, Social Science, Artificial Intelligence or a related discipline; familiarity with Responsible Innovation; expertise interacting with professional stakeholders in research projects; and experience of qualitative and quantitative research studies.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Whilst the role is a grade 7 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 6 (&#163;29,614 - &#163;35,326 p.a.) with the responsibilities adjusted accordingly (for Grade 6, you would be expected to hold a Masters in computer science, or related discipline (or be close to completion). This would be discussed with applicants at interview/appointment where appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><strong>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 15 October 2021.</strong> Interviews are expected to be held on the second half of October 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>&#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> </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>

HR Assistant

Closes: Oct. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: £22,847 - £26,341 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>This is an exciting opportunity to gain experience in a dynamic and busy HR team, supporting four HR staff and the Head of Administration &amp; Finance. The Departments of Zoology and Plant Sciences are merging in 2022, creating the new Oxford University Department of Biology. You will play a key role in supporting the HR team in bringing the two departments together successfully.<br><br>The role encompasses a variety of responsibilities including assisting with the day-to-day operation of the generalist HR function: visitors, annual leave, auditing, recruitment, reporting. You will also have ownership of the casual worker process including payroll submissions and the end of fixed-term contract process.<br><br>You will be fully trained in the delivery of these functions and as the first point of contact for HR queries you will develop a thorough understanding of human resource administration.<br><br>Crucial skills required for the role include: the ability to handle confidential data appropriately, excellent attention to detail, the ability to work methodically and follow/interpret standard procedures and sources accurately.<br><br>The post is an excellent opportunity to progress in the field of Human Resources in a growing department.<br><br>This post is full time (although applications to work 80% or 90% of full time hours are welcome) and available immediately. Secondment applications are welcome.<br><br>The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday 18th October 2021, interviews are likely to be scheduled for late October.</div> </div>

Leverhulme-Peierls Fellow (up to 3 posts)

Closes: Oct. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford is pleased to invite applications for the inaugural Leverhulme-Peierls Fellows. These prestigious, three-year postdoctoral fellowships were created in conjunction with the appointment of Prof. Shivaji Sondhi to the Wykeham, Tencent and Leverhulme Professorships, and are intended both to support the most talented theoretical physicists worldwide at an early stage of their careers and to enrich the intellectual environment of the Centre. It is envisaged that up to three appointments will be made this year.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Fellows will receive active mentoring from members of the RPC but will be encouraged and expected to set an independent research agenda in one or more of the research areas of the Centre, broadly construed. To that end, they will have access to substantial travel and research funds and participate fully in the Centre&#8217;s vibrant programme of visitors and seminars.&#160; In conjunction with their appointment, the Fellows will be associated with New College.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates should be completing or have recently (i.e. normally within the past 3 years) completed a doctorate in theoretical physics or a closely related discipline.&#160; Applications must be made online. Candidates will be asked to complete an Application Form, upload a CV and a two-page statement of their research plans, and are encouraged, where appropriate, to identify members of the RPC with overlapping research interests. Candidates must also arrange for <strong>one nomination letter</strong> and <strong>two supporting reference letters</strong> to be sent by email to &#160;RPCReferences@physics.ox.ac.uk. <strong>The nomination letter should make specific reference to the candidate&#8217;s potential as an independent researcher and be accessible to a general theoretical physics audience. Applications without a nomination letter fulfilling these criteria and the two supporting references will not be considered.</strong> The name of the nominator and the referees should be provided on the Application Form.</div><br> <div>All application materials including nomination and reference letters must be received by noon on Monday October 18, 2021. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a remote visit and interview, to take place in early November. Successful candidates will be notified by email by November 30, 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Mass Spectrometry Specialist

Closes: Oct. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint a Mass Spectrometry Specialist interested in applying mass spectrometry and proteomics strategies to elucidate mechanisms of protein degradation and quality control in cellular homeostasis as well as in the context of virus infections, where a significant fraction of host proteins are post-translationally regulated by ubiquitin and ubiquitin like modifiers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder will be responsible for carrying out own academic research and contributing conceptually to the project. You will work with limited supervision to identify, develop, modify and apply the necessary techniques to achieve the goals of the project. The postholder should be able to establish and optimise protocols, design and accurately execute experiments and analyse proteomics data. You will assist in dissemination of findings of the research group by authorship of manuscripts, presentation of results at meeting. You will also be responsible for supervising and training junior staff and overseeing the daily housekeeping of the laboratory.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The postholder should hold PhD/DPhil in molecular/cell biology, biochemistry or bioinformatics. You should have experience in quantitative cellular proteomics, including all the steps involved from experimental design to sample preparation as well as expertise in statistical analysis of large proteomics datasets, and data visualisation/representation tools. Previous excellent publication record, good organisational and communication skills, and ability to work as part of a team are essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications from candidates who hold BSc/MSc degree will be considered, to be appointed at Grade 6 with a salary range of&#160;&#163;29,614 - &#163;35,326&#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 18 October 2021. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.</div> </div>

Performance Co-ordinator

Closes: Oct. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Faculty of Music at the University of Oxford is looking to appoint a new Performance Co-ordinator to join its busy administrative team.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Performance Co-ordinator plays a key role in the Faculty, co-ordinating and ensuring the smooth running of all aspects of the Faculty&#8217;s performance activities, which include workshops, concerts and events, as well as a particular focus on activities for on-course students, from admissions to examination.&#160; This is an exciting and varied post which supports the wide range of performance activities in the Faculty, working as a member of the Faculty&#8217;s Events team and in close consultation with the Director of&#160;Performance. This role involves liaising with students, administrative staff and academics on a daily basis, as well as musicians and the general public.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should have excellent communication skills, strong organisational abilities, and a knowledge of music and understanding of performers&#8217; needs across a variety of genres.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications must be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement as part of your application. The deadline for applications is 12:00 noon on Monday 18 October 2021. Interviews are expected to be held in the week commencing 1 November 2021.</div> </div>

Research Assistant: lymphatic vessel-immunomodulation following heart injury

Closes: Oct. 18, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29.614-£35.326 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>Full time, fixed term post&#160;</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are invited for a Research Assistant to work with Professor Paul Riley on a Medical Research Council-funded programme of research, in which the overarching goal is to understand how the cardiac lymphatic vasculature can be fully exploited to modulate the immune response and optimize outcome after cardiac injury.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant will work closely with two post-doctoral scientists and a senior research assistant on the same MRC-funded programme, focusing on the two major aims to define which immune cell sub-populations are beneficial or detrimental for improved outcome and modelling human lymphangiogenesis for drug discovery following heart attack (myocardial infarction).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Responsibilities will include learning and performing animal surgery to provide the relevant disease models and contributing to cell and tissue culture, histology, imaging and other experimental techniques relevant to the MRC programme and projects in the wider laboratory. You will be required to use specialist scientific equipment in a laboratory environment, and to contribution to other on-going research projects within the laboratory, in accordance with experience and grade. In addition, you will teach experimental techniques to graduate and undergraduate project students and providing supervision of these students within the laboratory and you will be expected to present at internal group meetings and have an opportunity to present at external scientific meetings and contribute to drafting manuscripts for the publication of the programme studies.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold, a relevant BSc degree, and have experience in molecular/cellular biology relevant to the programme of work. You must be strongly motivated with a highly enthusiastic approach to science with good organizational, verbal, communication and interpersonal skills. You must be able to work both independently and part of a research team, and be capable of obtaining a Home Office personal license if you do not already hold one.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is desirable (but not essential) that you have experience in cardiovascular research working with animal models, including surgical models. Experience of standard molecular cloning (recombineering), cell and tissue culture and confocal microscopy with image analysis software would be beneficial.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be based in the Sherrington Building, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PT.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is fixed term for 3 years, funded by the Medical Research Council.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Closing date for applications is <strong>Monday 18th October at 12noon.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are likely to be held <strong>week commencing 27th October.</strong></div> </div>

Associate Professor of AI & Society

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 10a (36S): £48,835 - £65,574 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>The Oxford Internet Institute and Faculty of Philosophy (Institute for Ethics in AI) are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor of AI &amp; Society, in association with a Senior Research Fellowship at Wadham College. The post will sit within the OII, and the post holder will work closely with colleagues in the Institute for Ethics in AI. &#160;The successful candidate will conduct outstanding empirical research related to the social and ethical impacts of AI, broadly construed, and will be comfortable collaborating across disciplinary boundaries, including engaging with philosophers and ethicists. They will play an integral part in the activities of the Institute for Ethics in AI. This post is available from 1 March 2022, or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a permanent appointment (subject to initial probation).&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is open to candidates from a variety of social science disciplines, including political science, communications, psychology, sociology, public policy, anthropology, development, geography and&#160;economics. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in innovative empirical research that will advance normative or ethical debate about the impacts of AI, machine learning and new information technologies, using quantitative or qualitative social science methods. We are particularly interested in candidates whose research addresses policy-relevant topics such as social injustice and inequality, barriers to information access, algorithmic bias and discrimination, or the role of diversity in the development and application of AI.</div><br> <div>&#160;The successful candidate will contribute research-led teaching and supervision for OII graduate students, and will also contribute to the delivery of core MSc courses including research methods teaching. They will also be a member of the Governing Body of Wadham College.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates must demonstrate a research record in or, relevant to, the social and ethical impacts of AI, with an international standing appropriate to the stage of their career; the ability to deliver excellent teaching, and a willingness to undertake administration and pastoral responsibilities on behalf of Wadham College and of the University. Candidates should hold a completed doctorate, or a completed doctoral dissertation submitted for examination by the advertised closing date for this position, in the empirical social sciences, or closely related fields.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should have a proven high standard of research and the ability to enthuse and inspire students at graduate level through lectures and supervision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For Wadham College, the post holder will be expected to serve on Governing Body, act as a college advisor to graduate students, and actively participate in college life. For the University, the post holder will teach, supervise graduate students, and participate in examining students within the Oxford Internet Institute, and play a full and active role in the intellectual life of both the Oxford Internet Institute and the Institute for Ethics in AI. They will be expected to engage in independent and original research, to secure funding and engage in the management of research projects and disseminate research of the highest international standard through publications, conferences, and seminars.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>They will be entitled to office space at the OII and expected to participate fully in the intellectual life of the department and the wider University. They will also have office space in the Institute for Ethics in AI, where they will be expected to play a key role, including developing new research activities and clusters, and developing teaching within the sphere of Ethics and AI.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University of Oxford holds several awards of recognition of its efforts to introduce organisational and cultural practices that promote gender equality and create a better working environment for both men and women, including an Athena Swan Bronze award and the Race Equality Charter Bronze award. The University signed the Mindful Employer's Charter for Employers Who Are Positive About Mental Health in February 2018 and is currently one of Stonewall&#8217;s Top 100 Employers. More information can be found at https://edu.admin.ox.ac.uk/equality-charters.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries about the post should be directed in the first instance to the Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, Professor Victoria Nash, (victoria.nash@oii.ox.ac.uk), or to the Director of the&#160; Institute for Ethics in AI, Professor John Tasioulas, (john.tasioulas@philosophy.ox.ac.uk), or to the Acting Senior Tutor, Dr Mike Froggatt (michael.froggatt@wadham.ox.ac.uk) at Wadham College. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not be considered in the selection decision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications are particularly welcomed from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</div> </div>

Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiac Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: E64: £34,563 - £41,763 per annum

<div> <p></p><p>We are seeking an enthusiastic clinical research training fellow to apply novel hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging approaches for the study of metabolic alterations in the hypertrophied and failing human heart. Based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), this position offers an exciting opportunity for someone who is interested in working in a fast-moving area of science and who can work well within a multi-disciplinary team consisting of clinicians, MR physicists, engineers, and clinical researchers. The post is funded by a British Heart Foundation (BHF) Programme Grant.</p><br> <p>You will be responsible for the running of clinical studies assessing the use of the developed hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging approaches in healthy volunteers and patients with cardiovascular disease. As well as this you will interface with both the clinical and physics team to ensure that studies are run in an efficient and effective manner. You are required to hold a Medical Degree and will need to show evidence of previous academic publications. Experience in performing clinical research would be desirable.<br> <br>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 31-Dec-24 and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU.</p><br> <p>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.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 19 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on at the beginning of November.</p><br> <p>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</p> </div>

Head of Engineering and Maintenance

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Competitive Salary

<div> <p></p><div>The Head of Engineering &amp; Maintenance is a new role in Estates Services, reporting to the Director of Operations. This is an important leadership role responsible for driving forward improvements in the maintenance of the estate and providing professional expertise on estates maintenance to the University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder will provide leadership to the managers of teams of professional surveyors and engineers responsible for building, electrical and mechanical maintenance and also to teams of onsite operatives providing reactive maintenance support and carrying out grounds maintenance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The teams undertake maintenance activities across the Estate (approx. &#163;25m p.a) and also provide support and advice to the Capital Projects team undertaking a programme of major new builds and refurbishments (approx. &#163;150m p.a).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The new Head of Engineering &amp; Maintenance will be responsible for providing strategic direction to the teams under their control, each of which is led by a Head of Section; including budget and work planning, management of contractors and auditable safety compliance processes. This is a role that involves long-term planning and foresight, ability to develop working relationships across the University and beyond and a good understanding of best practice for maintenance of a diverse portfolio of University buildings.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post requires a highly motivated and enthusiastic person with considerable experience and a firm commitment to maintaining high standards for technical and safety matters throughout the University&#8217;s estate.&#160; They will collaborate and support the wider Estates Strategic leadership team in the development and delivery of the Estates Services vision and strategy.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will need to submit a CV and supporting statement as part of your application. Within your supporting statement, please include details on your current salary.&#160;The closing date for applications is Tuesday 19 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Cardiac Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309-£35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><p>We are seeking an enthusiastic Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) to develop and apply novel hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging approaches for the study of metabolic alterations in the hypertrophied and failing human heart. Based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), this position offers an exciting opportunity for someone who is interested in working in a fast-moving area of science and who can work well within a multi-disciplinary team consisting of clinicians, MR physicists, engineers, and image analysts. The post is funded by a British Heart Foundation (BHF) Programme Grant.</p><br> <p>You will develop novel hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging approaches for the study of cardiac metabolism in the human heart and help with the running of clinical studies assessing the use of the developed hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging approaches in healthy volunteers and patients with cardiovascular disease.</p><br> <p>You will be required to Hold (or be near completion of) a PhD or equivalent in physics, engineering, or a similar subject and have experience of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and/or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Experience of working with volunteers / patients in a clinical study setting and/or with clinical study data would be desirable.<br> <br>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 31 December 2024 and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU</p><br> <p>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.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 19 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to take place at the beginning of November .</p><br> <p>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</p> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Hyperpolarised Magnetic Resonance Neuroimaging

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £35,326 per annum.

<div> <p></p><p>We are seeking an enthusiastic Postdoctoral Research Assistant to run a clinical study assessing the use of hyperpolarised magnetic resonance imaging in Multiple Sclerosis (MS), run at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR). This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is interested in working in a fast-moving area of science and who is able to work well within a multi-disciplinary team consisting of clinicians, MR physicists, engineers and image analysers. The post is funded by Bristol Myers Squibb</p><br> <p>You will be responsible for running a first in-patient clinical study, assessing the use of hyperpolarised magnetic resonance imaging in patients with primary progressive Multiple Sclerosis. As well as this you will ensure study interventions are well documented and analysed appropriately. You will be required to hold (or be near completion of) a PhD or equivalent in medical science, biochemistry, metabolism, physics, or a similar subject and have proven experience of working with patients in a clinical study setting and/or with clinical study data. Experience of Matlab, R, or Python for data analysis would be desirable.</p><br> <p>This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 30 June 2024 and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), Level 0, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU<br> <br>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.</p><br> <p>Only applications received before 12.00 midday on 19 October 2021 can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place at the beginning of November.</p><br> <p>The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer</p> </div>

Research and Teaching Fellow in Statistical Epidemiology

Closes: Oct. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 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 National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) is a research unit based within the NDPH at the University of Oxford, Old Road Campus in Headington, Oxford. The unit&#8217;s aim is to conduct methodologically rigorous research to provide evidence to improve the care provided to women and their families during pregnancy, childbirth, the newborn period and early childhood as well as promoting the effective use of resources by perinatal health services.</div><br> <div>We are looking for a Teaching &amp; Research Fellow in Statistical Epidemiology to conduct research within the NPEU and to assist with the development and teaching of the MSc Global Health Science and Epidemiology.</div><br> <div>The research aspect of your role (60% of your time) will involve being part of a team designing, conducting and analysing projects on maternal and neonatal health and care, including the analysis of maternity survey data, other primary data collections, data from secondary sources and large routinely collected datasets. The teaching element of the role (40% of your time), will include: organising and running &#8216;consolidation&#8217; sessions for statistics and epidemiology; setting, marking and providing feedback on assessments in a tutorial setting; and supporting students who are experiencing particular difficulties with statistics.</div><br> <div>To be considered you will have post-graduate degree (MSc or PhD) in Statistics or Epidemiology or a health-related degree which includes a substantial amount of biomedical statistics, enjoy preparing and delivering teaching at graduate level and experience working as a Statistician. You will be proficient with statistical software, particularly Stata, and have experience managing large datasets. You will also need exceptional oral communication skills, and a publication record commensurate with stage of career.</div><br> <div>The post is full time (part time considered) and fixed term until 31st December 2023. The closing date for applications is noon on 19th October. Interviews will take place on 3rd November 2021.</div> </div>

Departmental Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8 - £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div><strong>&#216;rsted CDT Departmental Lecturer</strong> <strong>in Geotechnical Engineering</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Salary: Grade 8 &#163;42,149 &#8211; &#163;50,296 p.a.</div><br> <div>&#160;<br> <br>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are seeking a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering to join the Civil Engineering research group at the Department of Engineering Science (Central Oxford). The post is fixed term for 4 years from appointment and is part funded by &#216;rsted and the Centre for Doctoral Training in Renewable Energy Marine Structures (REMS CDT).</div><br> <div>You will lecture and teach undergraduate and graduate students, including support for the geotechnical engineering CDT activity (e.g. for the REMS CDT), and contribute to the teaching, research, and academic administration of the Department. You will contribute to the PICASO research project in offshore geotechnical engineering funded by &#216;rsted, and you will lead independent geotechnical research, sponsored by research councils and/or industry.</div><br> <div>You will possess a PhD in a relevant field and additional research experience. Good communication skills and an aptitude for teaching and awareness of pedagogic methods are essential. You should have extensive specialist knowledge in geotechnical engineering.</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Prof. Byron Byrne (byron.byrne@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on the 20th October <strong>2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, including a statement of research interests (stating how your experience and plans fit with the advertised position), CV and details of two referees.</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>Keywords: marine energy, geotechnics, wind, wave, tidal</div> </div>

Engineering Team Lead (Web Technologies)

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 9: £48,114 to £55,750, with discretionary range to £60,905. In addition, for appropriately qualified candidates, a market supplement may be payable up to a total maximum salary of £75,000

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for an Engineering Team Lead to work with the DataLab, at the University of Oxford, led by Dr Ben Goldacre. This is a career-defining opportunity to lead the software development of OpenSAFELY, a revolutionary open source platform for secure, internationally-important medical research. You will work in a small, productive, ambitious, very fast-moving team of software developers, academics, and clinicians, all pooling skills and knowledge to build platforms and tools as well as traditional academic papers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This role will appeal to candidates with management experience, but who wish to maintain a strong element of hands-on software engineering in their work. The successful applicant&#8217;s responsibilities include software engineering and sysops; working with a product manager to ensure that the team&#8217;s work is well-defined; guiding the architecture of the entire OpenSAFELY platform; continuously reflecting on and improving the team&#8217;s processes; line management; and monitoring progress.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong experience in client and server side web development, preferably using React and Python. You will be self-motivated, and enjoy contributing to a supportive, helpful culture. You will enjoy working collaboratively in small teams, with a light management touch. You will have extensive experience of line management, coaching, and building teams, and you will have a track record of delivering the cultural and operational changes required to grow a product suite</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This can be a largely-remote role (within the UK), and is up to full-time; flexible and part-time working are acceptable. Contractually, you will be based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position fixed-term for 2 years in the first instance.&#160; We envisage a longer-term need for this post as the group grows and builds up its portfolio (our strategy is outlined in the job description), but initially can only appoint based on funding currently available.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 midday on 20th October.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

Full Stack Web developer (Python and React)

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8 (£42,146 to £50,296, with discretionary range to £54,943). A market supplement may be payable up to a total maximum salary of £57,000

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Full Stack Web Developer to work with the DataLab, at the University of Oxford, led by Dr Ben Goldacre. This is a career-defining opportunity to develop core product functionality for OpenSAFELY, a revolutionary open source platform for secure, internationally-important medical research. You will work in a small, productive, ambitious, very fast-moving team of software developers, academics, and clinicians, all pooling skills and knowledge to build platforms and tools as well as traditional academic papers.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful applicant&#8217;s responsibilities will include software development, new feature research and development, maintenance, refactoring and sysops. You will help solve challenging, novel engineering and user interface problems in the fields of medical informatics and reproducible research.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be able to demonstrate strong experience in client and server side development, preferably using React and Python. You will be self-motivated, and enjoy contributing to a supportive, helpful culture. You will enjoy working collaboratively in small teams, with a light management touch.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This can be a largely-remote role (within the UK). The team are based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Radcliffe Primary Care Building, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is available full-time and is fixed-term for two years in the first instance.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 midday on 20th October.</strong></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;&#8220;Committed to equality and valuing diversity&#8221;</div> </div>

PA to Professor Noble and Research Group Administrator

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 5: £26,341 - £31,406 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are looking for an experienced, self-motivated Personal Assistant to provide comprehensive administrative and secretarial support to Professor Alison Noble OBE FRS FREng, as well as Research Group Administration support to both Professor Noble and to other academic colleagues in the Biomedical Image Analysis cluster at the Oxford Institute of Biomedical Engineering.</div><br> <div>Working in an exciting, dynamic research environment, you will assist in the co-ordination of the academic research, leadership and administrative responsibilities of the Professor Noble. &#160;Professor Noble also holds several senior external positions and responsibilities and you will be required to support her in her multiple endeavours. Professor Noble&#8217;s research team currently consists of 21 members and a Senior Research Manager oversees the operational management of her research portfolio. You will liaise with the Senior Research Manager and be the contact point for research team members on matters that are not project-specific.&#160; Additionally, you will support other Biomedical Image Analysis cluster faculty (currently 5 faculty members) on research group administration. You will also contribute as an active member to the administrative team in the IBME, which is overseen by the Office Manager.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This permanent role is full-time (although 30 hours a week would be considered) and is based at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Headington, Oxford).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have experience of managing the office of a senior member of staff and providing excellent service, as well as the ability to organise and prioritise a varied workload efficiently in order to meet deadlines, coping with unpredictable volumes of work without supervision.&#160; Experience of diary management and managing administrative processes, including making complex travel arrangements is also essential, as well as excellent computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, email and other office applications.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Noble (email: alison.noble@eng.ox.ac.uk).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Further information can be found at &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/home">http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/home</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on <strong>Wednesday, 20 October 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a covering letter/supporting statement, (describing how past experience fits 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 Lidar Remote Sensing

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £ 33,309 -£ 40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Lidar Remote Sensing.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 2 years and is funded through the National Centre for Earth Observation.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This project will apply internationally respected retrieval methods to routine lidar observations from the ground and space. The resulting data will underpin the evaluation and enhancement of the UK&#8217;s world-leading Earth Observation products while conducting new science.</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will:</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Adapt existing lidar profiles to be processed using existing retrieval algorithms, supporting operations of the Bayfordbury system (and others as possible) in order to validate Aeolus products;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#8226;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160;&#160; Use orbital lidar data to create and assess a vertically resolved climatology of aerosol type, attempting to reconcile the different definitions of type between passive sensors, active instruments, and models.</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or be very close to obtaining, a doctorate in physics or a related field and ideally have a strong background in the generation and analysis of lidar profiles.</div><br> <div>Knowledge of atmospheric aerosol processes and observation methods, or any practical experience with atmospheric lidar and/or inverse methods, will be advantageous for an applicant.&#160;</div><br> <div>Candidates are expected to demonstrate a good understanding of the lidar measurement technique, including a general understanding of atmospheric radiative transfer, alongside excellent scientific computing skills, including a knowledge of UNIX/Linux.</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 Don Grainger <a rel="nofollow" href="http://don.grainger@physics.ox.ac.uk">don.grainger@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday 20 October 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a brief statement of research interests, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Single Cell Genomics of Immunity

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in range £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a highly-motivated Postdoctoral Scientist to help to lead the application of single cell genomics within the Chinese Academy of Sciences Oxford Institute, at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for undertaking laboratory work using single cell genomics, and run droplet-based microfluidics methods for single-cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq. You will reliably implement a range of molecular biology tasks, according to standard protocols, including complex workflows manually and/or with the assistance of automation, and undertake bioinformatic analysis of data arising from single cell genomics and related -omic profiling. You will plan and monitor project deadlines, multi-task and prioritise your own workload, therefore the ability to organise and prioritise work efficiently delivering results to required standard and to an agreed schedule is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>It is essential that you hold a PhD (or close to completion) in genetics, bioinformatics, molecular biology or a related field, and have a demonstrable interest in the research described. You will have experience of functional genomic analysis and single cell genomics platforms, and have analytical and quantitative skills with a proven ability to think critically about scientific analysis in order to ensure robust results. It is essential that you have demonstrable high level of communication skills, both written and oral, and have a strong publication record, including substantive peer reviewed journals.</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 2023 in the first instance, and is funded by the Chinese Academy of Medicinal Sciences (CAMS - COI).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on Wednesday 20 October 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>152892</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Battery Materials Modelling

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: Salary in the range £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The Faraday Institution has funded a research consortium on &#8216;Next generation lithium-ion cathode materials (CATMAT)&#8217; to explore and develop new materials for batteries that can be used for electric vehicles. The multidisciplinary team includes the Universities of Oxford (as lead), Bath, Birmingham, Cambridge, Liverpool, Oxford, UCL and Diamond Light Source.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A postdoctoral research position is available on this CATMAT project in the area of computer modelling and materials design of lithium battery cathodes within the group of Professor Saiful Islam in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford. The research programme at Oxford will investigate structural, transport, electronic and interface properties of lithium battery materials using density functional theory (DFT), potentials-based molecular dynamics, and cluster-expansion based Monte Carlo techniques. This work will have strong links to the experimental synthesis, structural and electrochemical work performed in the overall project.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience in computational materials science and a track record of peer-reviewed publications are essential.&#160; The position is available from 24 January 2021 and ends on 30 September 2023.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Group websites with research details are as follows:</div><br> <div>Prof Saiful Islam: http://people.bath.ac.uk/msi20</div><br> <div>CATMAT: https://catmatproject.com/</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 20 October 2021. You will be required to upload a CV and a Supporting Statement as part of your application. &#160;<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></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Interviews are scheduled to take place on 12 November 2021 and you must be available on this date, either by Skype, Zoom or in person. Please note in normal circumstances only interview travel expenses within the UK will be reimbursed.</div> </div>

Research Technician - Cell Culture

Closes: Oct. 20, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 4: Salary in range £22,847 - £26,341 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Research Technician to support the cell culture facilities at the Biotechnology Group within the Centre for Medicines Discovery (CMD) which plays a pivotal role in the early-stage drug discovery pipelines of the CMD.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will be responsible for the maintenance of stocks of insect and mammalian cell lines. You will generate recombinant baculoviruses and perform small scale expression experiments by baculovirus infection, viral transduction and/or transient transfection. You will also be responsible for large scale expression of proteins from baculovirus clones and maintenance of weekly spreadsheets and ensure that all work is accurately recorded in the CMD&#8217;s electronic lab notebook and database.</div><br> <div>It is essential that you are educated to A-Level or equivalent and have proven experience in academic or industrial laboratories in eukaryotic protein expression (insect and/or mammalian cells). You will be able to work as part of a team and be able to collaborate with colleagues on a range of projects. You will have a flexible attitude, with the ability to work with little supervision managing multiple tasks in milestone-oriented projects. It is essential that you have excellent oral, presentation, and written communication skills in order to provide reliable and precise reports.</div><br> <div>&#160;&#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 July 2023 and is funded by the Department.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before 12 midday on 20 October 2021 will be considered. Please quote <strong>153295</strong> on all correspondence.</div> </div>

Associate Professorship of Biomedical Engineering (Biomaterials)

Closes: Oct. 21, 2021, noon; salary: From £48,835 to £65,574 p.a. plus additional benefits

<div> <p></p><div>The Department of Engineering Science intends to appoint an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering (Biomaterials) with effect from 15th January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate will be based at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (OX3 7DQ) and will be offered a (non-tutorial) Fellowship by Special Election at St Catherine&#8217;s College under arrangements described in the Job Description. The salary will be on a scale currently from &#163;48,835 to &#163;65,574 per annum plus additional benefits as indicated in the Job Description. The appointment will be initially for five years at which point, upon completion of a successful review, the post-holder will be eligible for reappointment to the retiring age.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This appointment will support the important and rapidly growing cross-disciplinary area of Biomaterials, strengthen the existing Drug Delivery, Immunostimulation and Neuromodulation efforts, and support the rapidly growing field of Antimicrobial research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will conduct original research in the field of Biomaterials and will hold a doctorate in the general area of biomaterials, biomedical fluid mechanics, biomedical imaging or a cognate discipline.&#160; Candidates should have a proven research track record in the general field of Biomaterials, witnessed by peer reviewed publications and collaborations. They will contribute to research in biomedical engineering, supervise research students and research assistants, and obtain external funding to enable development of new and independent research. They will contribute to the teaching of core undergraduate courses in the Department of Engineering Science, which may include lectures, taught classes, practical laboratories, and the supervision of undergraduate design and project work.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>A job description, containing full details of the application procedure and duties, may be obtained below or by clicking &#8216;apply&#8217;. &#160;The job ref is: DF21STC. Please quote this in all correspondence.&#160; The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on Thursday 21 October 2021. Interviews will take place on Friday 10 December 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>For queries about the post that are not answered in the job description, please contact Professor Constantin Coussios, Director of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at constantin.coussios@eng.ox.ac.uk.&#160;</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> </div>

Biobanker

Closes: Oct. 21, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 6: £29,614- £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>A Biobanker position is available in the Translational Gastroenterology Unit (TGU), Experimental Medicine Division, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Oxford. This position involves collecting samples from clinical settings such as Outpatient clinics, Surgery and endoscopy. We are currently implementing Universal consent in endoscopy with an aim of getting as much research material as possible and to achieve this we will be looking at using digital consent as one of consenting tools. You will also be over seeing a database containing information and samples derived from the Oxford GI biobank and other relevant cohorts within the gastroenterology department and wider cancer community. The postholder will also work closely with the Oxford Molecular Diagnostics Centre in sample acquisition and consent.&#160;&#160;We would be willing to consider candidates with potential but less experience who are seeking a development opportunity, for which the appointment would be at Grade 5 (&#163;26,341 - &#163;31,406 p.a.) with the responsibilities adjusted accordingly. This would be discussed with applicants at interview/appointment where appropriate.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>In this post, you will provide support to the research scientists in the Experimental Medicine division at the John Radcliffe Hospital site and the Kennedy Institute and be part of the Biobanking team. The key duties are listed below and will require some manual handling.&#160; Full training will be provided.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post will involve routine weekly collection of samples obtained from donors for banking and for selected studies within the TGU, national and international studies. You will work closely with post-doctoral fellows in processing of gut samples. You will routinely liaise with a wide range of contacts related to the Biobank, including:</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160; Members of the Biobank Team</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160; Patients</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160; Members of the clinical teams &#8211; nursing, surgical, pathology</div><br> <div>o&#160;&#160; Researchers wishing to seek access to samples</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a Degree in a relevant subject, e.g. Biological Sciences. You must be able to 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 Oxford as dictated by the sample collection and processing schedule. Previous experience in large-scale sample processing, banking and quality control, as well as experience using databases is desirable.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is full time and fixed-term until 31 March 2023 <em>year in the first instance.</em></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 <em>21 October 2021</em> will be considered.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Michael Davys Professor of Neuroscience

Closes: Oct. 22, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The Michael Davys Professor of Neuroscience will take a leading role in building capacity in translational neuroscience of relevance to mental disorders. There is a high degree of openness to any clinical discipline and precise research focus and the post is available as a clinical or non-clinical position.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The appointee will join the thriving Department of Psychiatry, one of the UK&#8217;s leading centres of academic psychiatry, and will be fully integrated with the nearby world-leading Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics. This will provide an excellent opportunity to build a major scientific programme in the neuroscience of brain functions and CNS diseases. The broad and integrated Oxford infrastructure, including the NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre (dedicated to mental health and dementia), facilitates translational and applied research and therefore provides an unrivalled pipeline for taking scientific discoveries through to implementation in patient care. The post-holder will also participate in the governance of St Hilda&#8217;s College as a Trustee and member of its Governing Body and link with the College&#8217;s strong research interests in Clinical Therapeutics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be an outstanding, internationally recognised senior investigator with a proven record of research achievement in neuroscience, and a track record of working collaboratively across disciplines. They will play a leading role in building capacity in the further development of translational neuroscience research in brain functions and CNS diseases to identify potential therapeutic opportunities and to ensure that the University continues at the forefront of global research. Candidates&#8217; research interests could range from &#8216;omics&#8217; approaches through to cellular biology. Expertise in neuroscience as applied to mental disorders is desirable but not essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on Friday 22nd October 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal enquiries are welcome and may be made in the strictest confidence to Tom Mellor at Perrett Laver via <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:tom.mellor@perrettlaver.com">tom.mellor@perrettlaver.com</a>. To express an interest in the Michael Davys Professorship of Neuroscience, please upload your application to Perrett Laver's website: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies">https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies</a> quoting reference <strong>4625</strong>.</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><strong>Committed to equality and valuing diversity</strong></div> </div>

Operations Manager

Closes: Oct. 22, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum (with a discretionary range to £44,706 per annum)

<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 scientists 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 coordination, and a 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. The University is an equal opportunities 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 22 October 2021 will be considered.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Closes: Oct. 22, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7.1 – 7.5: £32,817 - £36,914 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>The CO2RE programme is recruiting a postdoctoral research assistant (PDRA) to investigate the socioeconomic and ecological (including biodiversity) outcomes of different pathways to achieving net zero in the UK. The research will blend empirical work with simulation modelling to understand the timeframes and spatial scales over which the different, biological approaches to GGR can enhance carbon stores and reduce GHG emissions, whilst also supporting biodiversity, human adaptation to climate change and food security.<br><br>To robustly assess sustainability criteria for all GGR options, the PDRA will work with other CO2RE team members to define a set of social and ecological criteria in the context of UK landscapes based on i) existing criteria, ii) feedback from local and national stakeholders during workshops and visits to demonstrator sites, and iii) by systematically reviewing existing grey and peer-reviewed literature on the efficacy and broader social- ecological outcomes of land-based and other GGR approaches. They will ensure coherent evaluation of the Demonstrators against these criteria and seek to fill priority evidence gaps.&#160; In tandem, to develop a systems view of GGR scale-up that fully accounts for broader outcomes, the PDRA integrate social-ecological criteria using the FABLE-UK calculator and will explore models to account for international trade in food, biomass and minerals. Using this systems approach, they will assess GGR deployment in the UK under a set of scenarios in line with the analysis of policy options and business models generated by other team members. They will then test findings with stakeholders to develop policy insights and tools for practitioners. These insights and tools will be used to create a new, expanded section of the policy and evidence platforms) focussed on UK land-based GGR. <br><br>The work conducted by the PDRA will contribute to the development of targets for inclusion in the Nationally Determined Contributions, as well as to ongoing processes involving the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Sustainable Development Goals and Environmental Land Management (ELM) under Defra&#8217;s 25 Year Environment Plan. &#160;The focus will be targets and indicators for GGR that support both adaptation to and mitigation of climate change, as well as targets that enable policy cohesion between UNFCCC and the CBD. The PDRA will also input into government road maps for scaling up NbS in the UK and will help develop investor guidelines on value and limits of working with nature to support net zero pathways. <br><br>The post holder will be based in the Nature-based Solutions Initiative (NbSI, Department of Zoology), but will work as part of a large team of natural, social and physical scientists based in the School of Geography, as part of the CO2RE team, as well as colleagues in Bristol. Achieving impact with this initiative will involve engagement with NGOs, industry and regulators, and the public. Building on existing funding and consortia, the Fellow will help to establish a stake-holder forum where knowledge can be exchanged, and best practices carried forward. Outreach and scientific communication will be delivered through public lectures, documentaries, web material, etc. <br><br>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. <br><br>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Researcher in Tumour Biology

Closes: Oct. 22, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 to £35,326 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking an enthusiastic, well-trained and self-motivated Post-Doctoral Research Assistant to join Dr Shijie Cai and Professor David Kerr, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital, University of Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post holder should be interested in applying cellular and molecular techniques to elucidate mechanisms of tumour immune evasion by cytokines and metabolism in the tumour microenvironment and small compound inhibitor screening. You will work with limited supervision to identify, develop, modify and apply the necessary techniques to achieve the goals of the project. You will design and accurately execute experiments and also establish and optimise protocols and techniques. You will have bioinformatics analysis experience. You will also train postgraduate student and visiting fellow research techniques.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post-holder must hold, or be close to completion of, a PhD/DPhil&#160;in cancer biomedical sciences, molecular/cell biology, and immunology. You should have substantial experience in cell culture, blood processing, and immunological techniques such as monocyte/macrophage and T cell isolation, FACS analyses, and an animal licence holder will be an advantage. You should be able to work independently using your own initiative, and the ability to work as part of a team, to manage your workload effectively and meet deadlines. Previous excellent publication record and communication skills are essential. Holding an animal license would also be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The position is a fixed term role for 23 months in the first instance. This post is funded by the Oxford-Sichuan Joint Centre for Gastrointestinal Cancer Research.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. For further details, including a job description and person specification, please see below.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 22 October 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Committed to equality and valuing diversity.</div> </div>

Research Associate - A new design paradigm to incentivise low-carbon technologies in the UK

Closes: Oct. 22, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 – £38,587 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Research Associate to work on a small project on designing better incentive mechanisms for renewable energy technologies in the UK.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will help develop new incentive mechanisms to better support the deployment of renewable energy assets in the UK. This includes investigating how current mechanisms lead to inefficient outcomes and negative externalities, and how these can be addressed by proposing new design paradigms. The developed models and the proposed policy recommendations will be disseminated to the academic community through journal papers, and to regulators in seminars/webinars. You will also develop ideas for generating research income and research proposals to senior researchers.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold, or be close to completion of, a relevant PhD/DPhil, or equivalent research experience in Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Electrical Engineering or similar areas. The post holder will have experience with operations research and in programming, preferably with Python. You will have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results in seminars. A track record of appropriate high-quality published work is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An appointment at Grade 6: &#163;29,614 - &#163;35,326 p.a. may also be considered for a less experienced candidate (with a Bachelor&#8217;s degree minimum requirement and suitable adjustment of responsibilities).</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 fixed term post for 6 months with the possibility of flexible working.</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 22 October 2021, and interviews will be held after in early November 2021.</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Text Data Mining & Experimental Semantics

Closes: Oct. 29, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a candidate a full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant with experience in Natural Language Processing of Social Media and crowd-sourcing, to join a project headed by Professors Janet Pierrehumbert and Xiaowen Dong.&#160; This is a fixed-term position until 30 September 2023 with a possibility of an extension subject to availability of funding.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The goal of the project is to develop novel NLP and network-based machine learning algorithms to diagnose and predict social fragmentation in on-line discussion groups, such as Reddit. You will be required to carry out computational analysis of posts and use the results to design crowdsourcing experiments on how different expressions are produced and understood in context. A particular focus is scalar expressions (such as &#160;&#8220;perfectly competent&#8221;, &#8220;nearly acceptable&#8221;, &#8220;all too likeable&#8221;). You will play a central role in delivering a large normed database to support future research in this area. You will also write reports on your research and publish these as papers in leading conferences and journals.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should possess a doctorate or be near completion of a doctorate in a relevant field, (such as computational linguistics, computer science, data science, or psycholinguistics.) You should have good programming skills, with the ability to apply and evaluate the results of NLP algorithms. You should experience of collecting data from human participants, whether on-line or in a laboratory setting.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Informal inquiries may be directed to janet.pierrehumbert@oerc.ox.ac.uk or xdong@robots.ox.ac.uk.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday on 29th October 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.</div> </div>

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in High precision radial velocity searches for exoplanets

Closes: Nov. 1, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7S: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) in radial velocity searches for exoplanets.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This post is fixed term for 3 years</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>We are recruiting a PDRA to work on the detection of exoplanets in the presence of stellar activity using the radial velocity method. These posts are part of a new 5-year project supported by the European Research Council (ERC) and led by Prof Suzanne Aigrain.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will work with Prof Aigrain and other members of her group, on the ongoing development of novel methods to extract and model high-precision stellar radial velocities, and to disentangle between stellar activity and planetary signals. Using extensive archival datasets as a test-bed, we aim to refine these methods to the level where they enable us to detect habitable planets around nearby, Sun-like stars, then apply them to a major forthcoming survey, the Terra Hunting Experiment (THE), which is expected to begin in 2021.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or be close to obtaining a PhD in astrophysics or a related field. Previous experience in the field of Gaussian process regression applied to stellar activity and/or exoplanet detection will be an advantage. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to carry out specific research projects independently, while working constructively within a larger team. The post-holder will have the opportunity to teach.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Please direct enquiries about the role to Suzanne Aigrain: &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://">Suzanne.Aigrain@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before <strong>midday, 1st November 2021</strong> can be considered. You will be required to upload a brief statement of research interests, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application.&#160; Referees should send reference letters direct to&#160; &#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="http://">Leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Single Molecule Biophysics

Closes: Nov. 8, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7 - £33,309 - 40,927 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. The project involves work in the broad area of soft condensed matter at the nanometer scale and has a specific interest in measuring and understanding electrostatics in molecular-scale matter, e.g., biological macromolecules. &#160;Prof. Krishnan&#8217;s lab is looking for highly motivated and committed individuals to engage in an ambitious research program applying the new electrometry technique to important biomolecular measurement problems. A few areas of interest include detection and measurement of charge changing post-translational modifications in proteins, the detection of folded state and molecular conformation, as well that of molecular binding affinities, all using molecular electrical charge in solution as the primary readout.&#160; The experimental approaches used by the group centre around optical imaging and spectroscopy 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>Find out more about the Krishnan research group at: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/people/madhavi-krishnan#/">Krishnan group</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The ideal candidate will hold a PhD in physics, biophysics, physical chemistry, biochemistry, or a related area,&#160; (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 experience or ability of being able to perform basic biochemical work with proteins and DNA, e.g., fluorescence labelling, enzymatic reactions</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, 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, Monday 8 November 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>

Research Associate, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme

Closes: Nov. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 7: £33,309 - £40,927 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Research Associate to join the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme (OxSFP). &#160;OxSFP is a multidisciplinary research group working to be the world's best place for research and teaching on sustainable finance and investment. The OxSFP work with leading practitioners from across the investment chain, with firms and their management, and with experts from a wide range of related subject areas.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will contribute across several thematic areas within the OxSFP with a specialism in economics and finance (including financial analysis). The post holder will be an emerging leader in their field, and brings to the post demonstrable research and teaching skills and expertise in sustainable finance, including strength in topics such as financial economics, financial risk analytics, and/or credit analysis.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold, or be close to completion of, a relevant PhD/DPhil and possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop novel research projects and methodologies, with a focus on finance and financial analysis. The successful applicant will have excellent communication skills, including the ability to write for publication, present research proposals and results, and represent the research group at meetings. Previous experience of contributing to publications/presentations is essential.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An appointment at Grade 6: &#163;29,614 - &#163;35,326 p.a. may also be considered for a less experienced candidate (with a Bachelor&#8217;s degree minimum requirement and suitable adjustment of responsibilities).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term post for 36 months with the possibility of extension depending on funding.</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 9th November 2021, and interviews will be soon thereafter.</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> </div>

Senior Research Associate in Machine Learning, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme

Closes: Nov. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking to appoint two Senior Research Associates in Machine Learning, one with a specialism in Computer Vision and the other with a specialism in Natural Language Processing. You will join the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme (OxSFP). OxSFP is a multidisciplinary research group working to be the world's best place for research and teaching on sustainable finance and investment. The OxSFP work with leading practitioners from across the investment chain, with firms and their management, and with experts from a wide range of related subject areas. You will work in a team of machine learning experts within the OxSFP. Your work will have a strong impact component and is in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute and the Satellite Applications Catapult.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will contribute across several thematic areas within the OxSFP with a specialism in machine learning and data science. The post holders will be emerging leaders in their field, and bring to the post demonstrable research and expertise in neural network and Bayesian methodologies, including strength in topics such as natural language understanding, data fusion, interpretability and estimation. You will produce open, interpretable, (asset-level) datasets with commensurate levels of uncertainty to help project partners and stakeholders to align finance with sustainability. You will engage in internationally leading research in analysis of complex, heterogeneous data at scale.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will hold a relevant PhD/DPhil in information engineering, computer science, statistics or a commensurate discipline with specialization in machine learning and with significant post-qualification research experience. You will have practical experience in computer programming of deep neural networks and familiarity with Pytorch or Tensorflow on a cloud computing platform (e.g. Google Cloud). The successful post holder will demonstrate research skills and expertise in machine learning topics. A strong academic publication record concomitant with experience and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field is essential.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An appointment at Grade 7: &#163;33,309 - &#163;40,927 p.a. may also be considered for a less experienced candidate (with a Bachelor&#8217;s degree minimum requirement and suitable adjustment of responsibilities).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term post for 36 months with the possibility of extension depending on funding.</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 9th November 2021, and interviews will be soon thereafter.</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> </div>

Senior Research Associate, Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme

Closes: Nov. 9, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 8: £42,149 - £50,296 p.a.

<div> <p></p><div>We are seeking a Senior Research Associate to join the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme (OxSFP).&#160; OxSFP is a multidisciplinary research group working to be the world's best place for research and teaching on sustainable finance and investment. The OxSFP work with leading practitioners from across the investment chain, with firms and their management, and with experts from a wide range of related subject areas.&#160;</div><br> <div>The role is balanced between research and teaching.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Key duties will include developing independent research questions within a specific context, conduct individual research and engage in research collaborations with colleagues. You will prepare and publish in high-quality academic publications. You will raise research funds through grant applications and manage your own area of a larger research budget. You may contribute to teaching a wide range of courses, including undergraduate and MSc/MPhil courses.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate must hold a relevant PhD/DPhil with significant post-qualification research experience. You will have an established reputation as a leading authority in the field, a strong academic publication record, and familiarity with the existing literature and research in the field.&#160; You will have the ability to lead and motivate a team of research staff. You will possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop novel research projects and methodologies, particularly in the emerging domain of transition finance. A demonstrated ability to secure significant research funding through a track record of successful grant applications is essential.&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>An appointment at Grade 7: &#163;33,309 - &#163;40,927 p.a. may also be considered for a less experienced candidate (with a Bachelor&#8217;s degree minimum requirement and suitable adjustment of responsibilities).</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This is a fixed-term post for 36 months with the possibility of extension depending on funding.</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 9th November 2021, and interviews will be soon thereafter. &#160;&#160;&#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;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div> </div>

Edward Hall Professor of Archaeological Science

Closes: Nov. 12, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The School of Archaeology and Linacre College are seeking applications for the Edward Hall Professorship of Archaeological Science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Professorship of Archaeological Science was established in 1988 following the retirement of Professor Edward Hall, the first director of the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art (RLAHA). A major unit within the School of Archaeology, RLAHA has been in operation since 1955, and was initially the brainchild of the late Professor C.F.C. Hawkes and the late Viscount Cherwell, who saw the need to develop scientific techniques to address humanistic questions. The current holder of the Edward Hall chair, Professor Mark Pollard, retires in 2022. The University seeks a replacement to carry forward transformative, innovative research in archaeological science.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You will have an outstanding research record in archaeological science, and the vision, leadership, experience and enthusiasm to build on current strengths in maintaining and developing a leading research presence. There is a requirement to also contribute to teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels and a strong commitment to recruitment, training and mentoring of the next generation of archaeological scientists.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this post, please contact Professor Amy Bogaard, Head of the School of Archaeology (<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:amy.bogaard@arch.ox.ac.uk">amy.bogaard@arch.ox.ac.uk</a>).</div><br> <div>All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>All applications must be received by 12.00 noon on Friday 12 November 2021. Interviews are scheduled for Thursday 27 January 2022.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div><em>Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.</em></div> </div>

Beecroft Fellow

Closes: Nov. 19, 2021, noon; salary: Grade 07S: £33,309 - £40,927 per annum

<div> <p></p><div>Applications are invited for a Beecroft Fellowship in Cosmology and Gravitational Physics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The post is available initially for a fixed-term duration of 36 months.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>This position will be to develop an independent research programme in Cosmic Microwave Background and Large-Scale Structure physics or one or more of the following topics: Cosmology, Computational Astrophysics, Early Universe and Gravitational Physics. The appointees will be expected to work closely with members of the Beecroft Institute for Particle Astrophysics.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The successful candidate will be required to develop a personal research programme in theoretical cosmology (which may include numerical modelling and/or data analysis), interacting with faculty members. The candidate will be required to demonstrate the ability to manage their own academic research and administrative activities which may involve small scale project management, to co-ordinate multiple aspects of work to meet deadlines. The candidate will take part in the academic life of BIPAC and the astrophysics group at the Physics Department, and in particular attending and taking part in seminars, colloquia and journal clubs.</div><br> <div>Candidates should have experience of contributing to publications and/or presentations and be able to contribute new ideas for research projects and research income generation.</div><br> <div>Applicants should possess, or close to obtaining a doctorate in physics or a related field and ideally a strong background in Physics or Astrophysics.&#160;&#160;&#160;</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Previous experience in the field of Cosmology, Computational Astrophysics, Early Universe or Gravitational Physics will be an advantage.</div><br> <div>&#160;</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 <a rel="nofollow" href="http://david.alonso@physics.ox.ac.uk">david.alonso@physics.ox.ac.uk</a></div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Only applications received before midday 19 November 2021 can be considered. You will be required to upload a supporting statement, CV and details of two referees as part of your online application. Your referees should be asked to send their letters, before the application deadline, to <a rel="nofollow" href="http://leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk">leanne.odonnell@physics.ox.ac.uk</a>.&#160;</div> </div>

Wallis Professorship of Mathematics

Closes: Nov. 29, 2021, noon; salary: not specified

<div> <p></p><div>The University of Oxford intends to appoint to the Wallis Professorship in Mathematics from 1 October 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The Wallis Professorship is a premier appointment, one of a number of Statutory Professorships currently held at the Mathematical Institute. Established in 1969 in honour of John Wallis, Savilian Professor of Geometry (1649-1703), it is a cornerstone of Oxford&#8217;s commitment to research in fundamental mathematics. The post is associated with a Professorial Fellowship at St Anne&#8217;s College.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>The University seeks a scholar of the highest international calibre, who holds an outstanding record of research in some field of analysis and probability, very broadly understood. The post-holder will have the opportunity to contribute to the long-term development of the field of analysis and probability at Oxford by providing research leadership within the Department. The Wallis Professor will also engage in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level within the Mathematical Institute, and play a major role in the supervision, guidance and examination of graduate students.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>You should have a proven record of original research of the highest quality in analysis or probability and of securing research funding, with an excellent publication record and a demonstrable ability to provide research leadership and direction. You should be able to provide effective and innovative teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, to direct postdoctoral researchers and to communicate effectively with a wide range of colleagues within the Department, College and wider University.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>If you would like to discuss this post in more detail, please contact Professor Mike Giles, Head of the Mathematical Institute, at <a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:head-of-dept@maths.ox.ac.uk">head-of-dept@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>, or Professor Ben Green at&#160;<a rel="nofollow" href="mailto:ben.green@maths.ox.ac.uk">ben.green@maths.ox.ac.uk</a>. All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence and will not form part of the selection decision.</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 women, from disabled people and from people of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, who are currently under-represented in positions of this type at Oxford.</div><br> <div>&#160;</div><br> <div>Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.&#160;The closing date for applications is <strong>12.00 noon on 29 November 2021</strong>.</div><br> <div>Interviews are expected to be held in February 2022.</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>