The College is poised at an exciting point in its evolution and is looking forward to the future with ambition. At this pivotal time, the College seeks a new Principal to deliver on its strategic potential. The Principal is the central figure in the College’s life and work. As a visible and engaging leader, the Principal will champion Regent’s interests, ensure collegial decision-making and develop ambitious strategic plans. The new Principal will have a transformational effect on the College as it prepares to secure its place and future over the next decade.
This demanding and rewarding role will require a wholehearted commitment to the College, its members, and its future. The College welcomes applicants with a distinguished record of achievement from any professional background who are a member of a Baptist church.
Closing Date: Monday 3rd May 2021
For information on applying please contact: www.odgers.com/82124
Lillian Goldman Non-stipendiary Junior Research Fellows (2)
Following a generous benefaction from the Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust, Regent’s Park College seeks to appoint two non-stipendiary Junior Research Fellows from Michaelmas Term 2021. Candidates will be required to be engaged in research work within an Oxford University Faculty or Department and should normally be early career researchers who are in the final years of their DPhil or in the first few years after the completion of it. Appointments will normally be made for two years, and it is anticipated that holders of the Fellowships still on course will normally migrate to Regent’s to take up their Fellowship.
Annual retainer of £1230 plus meals and conference allowances.
Further details and application process can be found here
Closing Date: 28 May 2021
Stipendiary Lecturer in Ancient History and Director of Studies in Classics
Part-Time, 1 year Fixed Term from 1 September 2021
The College seeks to appoint a Director of Studies for students in Classics and related subjects, on a part-time, one-year fixed term contract to cover for Dr Alison Rosenblitt who is taking research leave. Applications will be particularly welcome from those whose academic field is Ancient History. While this is not a research post, weight will be given to research excellence in assessing candidates, measured as potential and/or achievement relative to career stage.
For further details please click here Classics Fixed Term_FPs_2021
Closing date: 26 April 2021
Interview: w/c 10 May 2021
Access and Outreach Coordinator
An enthusiastic, friendly, flexible person is sought to join the administrative team of the College to co-ordinate and develop its access and outreach strategy. Regent’s Park College is dedicated to providing equality of opportunity to potential applicants, and contributing to the University of Oxford’s aim that it should attract applications from all individuals with the potential to study here. The Access and Outreach Coordinator will develop and maintain meaningful relationships with schools, tertiary colleges, teachers and coordinators, charities, and others involved in the promotion of the College and University to potential applicants and those involved in widening participation. This is a part-time role equivalent to 1 day per week, averaged across an academic year.
For further details, please click here FurtherParticularsA_OC2021
Closing date: 09 April 2021
Interview: w/c 19 April 2021
Chaplain and Tutorial Fellowship in Theology
Regent’s Park College seeks to appoint a Chaplain who will be the College’s Head of Welfare and will also be a Tutorial Fellow in Theology. The Fellow will be an ordained Baptist minister recognized by a Union or Convention affiliated to the Baptist World Alliance. The Fellow will lead the College’s Chapel life and its Welfare teams, and also teach and engage in research. Developed pastoral gifts will be required, and the Chaplain should have a research record commensurate with their stage of career. Ideally, they might be ready to offer graduate supervision as well undergraduate teaching to ordinands and other students in theology. The Fellow will also share in the administrative work of the College.
Closing date: 16 April 2021
Interview: w/c 03 May 2021
H.M. King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan Fellowship for the Study of Love in Religion
Regent’s Park College welcomes applications for the H.M. King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan Fellowship for the Study of Love in Religion. This appointment will be for a period of five and a half years preferably beginning from 1 September 2021. The post is situated at present within a wider project for the Study of Love in Religion at Regent’s Park College, a research programme of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture.
As a condition of the endowment, tenure of the Fellowship alternates between Christian scholars and Muslim scholars who satisfy the qualifications. The current holder of the Fellowship is a Christian scholar and so on this occasion the College will appoint a Muslim scholar who may be a specialist in any field of scholarship which permits them to research love in religion.
The post will include responsibilities for research and teaching in Oxford, and since the post-holder will be engaged in inter-faith relations and ministerial formation, applicants must have an active commitment to their faith tradition and have experience in relating to those of other faiths than their own.
For further details, please click here Fellowship in the Study of Love in Religion FPs 2021
Closing date: 09 April 2021
Interview: 03 June 2021