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Churchill College is the national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill and one of the thirty-one colleges of the University of Cambridge.
On our large site on the west side of Cambridge, we provide accommodation, study and recreational facilities for the majority of our undergraduates, postgraduates and a number of Fellows. Also on site is the Churchill Archives Centre, which houses the papers of Sir Winston Churchill and other important figures from the twentieth century, and the Møller Centre, which provides Executive Education training facilities and programmes. The College itself also has a thriving conference business.
The College has over 140 permanent employees, excluding academic staff, and has a friendly and informal working atmosphere. We offer flexible employment packages, and have a strong commitment to training and professional development.
One free meal per day when on duty
Free car parking on site
Modern working environment
25.5 days' annual leave plus public holidays
All non-academic posts were evaluated in 2008 using the HERA (Higher Education Role Analysis) scheme. Churchill was the first Cambridge college to implement HERA, which has also been used by the University of Cambridge and 127 other universities and colleges of higher and further education. As a consequence of HERA all salaries and gradings are in line with the College's equal pay policy, and the College is able to fulfil its commitment to equal pay for work of equal value.
Further information about HERA can be found on the ECC website.
Applicants for jobs at Churchill College are asked to complete the job application form attached to each posting, and where possible, to provide the following:
a covering letter explaining why you think you are a suitable candidate for the post.
your current CV
your completed application form (a link can be found beneath the relevant advert)
your completed equal opportunities monitoring form
the names and addresses of three referees. We acknowledge that you may not wish us to contact your current employer at this stage: please specify if this is the case.
If you need any assistance in completing the application form, please do not hesitate to contact the HR Office on T: 01223 331637.
The College will require all short-listed applicants to prove their eligibility to work in the UK, and if invited for interview, you will be asked to bring original documentation with you. Please see the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act (2006) for further details.
Applications should be submitted by email to email@example.com:
If you are unable to email your application, you may post it to:
Cambridge CB3 0DS
T: 01223 331637
For academic vacancies and information about Fellowships at Churchill College please visit our Master & Fellowship pages.
For all enquiries and applications regarding jobs advertised by the Møller Centre please email the Recruitment team.