Job vacancies

The jobs are ordered by application deadline, with the soonest deadline first.

Post-Doctoral College Research Associates

King's College welcomes applications for College Research Associates in Arts and Humanities to start in October 2016.

For information and the application procedure, see the College Research Associates page. The closing date for the competition is 9am on Wednesday 15 June 2016.

Admissions Administrator

Department: Tutorial

Responsible to: Admissions & Schools' Liaison Officer, Admissions Tutor, Senior Tutor (and Assistant)

Responsible for: Supporting the Admissions Tutor and Admissions & Schools' Liaison Officer in all admissions related activity.

Salary: £22,921.92 per annum

Contract type: Permanent, full-time

Person specification: Educated to degree level or equivalent. Experience of a busy office environment (highly desirable). Experience in helping with undergraduate open days/school university visits or teaching experience (highly desirable). Relevant administrative experience in an educational setting (useful). Customer service experience (useful). Driving licence (to be acquired within the first year if not already qualified). Able to work systematically and accurately, including under pressure, as a member of the Tutorial team. Excellent judgement, strong interpersonal skills, in particular the ability to be patient, tactful, diplomatic and professional at all times. Able to cope with a varied and demanding workload, to prioritise effectively and to meet strict deadlines. Able to work with and support others in a collaborative manner. To be the repository of detailed admissions related data and to regularly provide this to members of the Tutorial team. Able to make decisions on own initiative and to work with minimal supervision. Able to speak confidently to a large audience and lead effective and well-managed class discussions. Able to pitch a schools' session and adapt information for different audiences, often ‘on the spot’. Good office skills including computer skills (familiarity with Outlook, Word, Excel, Microsoft Picture Manager and HTML, desirable). Excellent written style suitable for high quality/sensitive email correspondence and for College print and online publication. Commitment to the job and willingness to work additional hours when needed, especially during the Admissions Round.

Other details

  • 32 days annual leave
  • Car parking (when available)
  • Meals on duty
  • Pension

Application process: Applications should be made on the form provided below, including salary history and reasons for leaving jobs. You should include under 'general comments' examples of relevant tasks in previous roles, showing how you meet the Person specification. Completion of the Equal Opportunities form is optional.
You may submit a CV instead of completing the education and employment history parts of the form but should then take care to provide the information requested on the form (including salary history and reasons for leaving jobs). You should include under 'General Comments' examples of relevant tasks in previous roles showing how you meet the Person Specification above.

Applications submitted to arrive on or before Wednesday 29 June 2016 and may be submitted electronically to .

Please note that interviews will be held on Thursday 7 July 2016.

Concerts and Festival Manager

Department: Chapel

Responsible to: The Dean

Responsible for: Managing the concerts that take place within the series Concerts at King's and the annual Easter Festival.

Salary: £Negotiable

Contract type: Part-time, 45 days per year

Person specification: Educated to degree level, ideally in music, a qualification in administration or project management is desirable. A proficient communicator in speech and writing, with a good understanding of accounts and budgets with the capacity to manage concert finances. Experience of music or other arts administration is essential, experience as a performer would be beneficial. Experience of managing complex events or events with clear deadline is essential, and an understanding of the world of professional arts performances and the collegiate environment would be advantageous.

Other details

  • 7 days annual leave per annum
  • Car parking (when available)
  • Pension
  • Meals on duty

Application process: Applications should be made on the form provided below, including salary history and reasons for leaving jobs. You should include under 'general comments' examples of relevant tasks in previous roles, showing how you meet the Person specification. Completion of the Equal Opportunities form is optional.
You may submit a CV instead of completing the education and employment history parts of the form but should then take care to provide the information requested on the form (including salary history and reasons for leaving jobs).

Applications submitted to arrive on or before Monday 18 July 2016 and may be submitted electronically to .

Please note that interviews will be held on the morning of Thursday 21 July 2016.