We are currently recruiting for the following posts:

Tutorial Fellowship and Director of the Centre for Baptist Studies

The College seeks to appoint a Tutorial Fellow who will act as Director for the re-launched and renamed Centre for Baptist Studies (currently the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage).  The Fellow will offer undergraduate teaching in their discipline, engage in research, and share in administration and leadership within the college.  The College will consider applications from a range of academic backgrounds and disciplines, including theology (and any of its sub disciplines), history and sociology.  The Fellow should have research expertise in Baptist studies or a related field, and a record of publication commensurate with their stage of career.  They must be ready to offer graduate supervision as well as undergraduate teaching for one of the courses offered by the College (see further particulars).  The Fellow will also share in the pastoral care of students.

The Fellow will have a doctorate in a relevant field (or be sure of completing one by 30 September 2019)

Salary: up to £41,155

Closing date: Friday 8 March 2019

Interview dates: 26-29 March 2019.

Preferred starting date: 1 September 2019

For further particulars click here.  For appendix to FPs click here.

Director of Fundraising and External Relations

The College seeks to recruit a successful and entrepreneurial fundraiser to lead the College’s Development work, seeking funding and liaising with alumni. The successful candidate, who will be elected a College Fellow, will bring enthusiasm for and experience of: developing and running a successful regular giving programme; offering a varied programme of events for alumni and friends; and have the desire and ability to grow the College’s major gift programme and consolidate recent Development work in College. This post represents a very good opportunity for someone with a professional and innovative fundraising approach to further develop the fundraising strategy for the College.

Candidates should be educated to degree level or equivalent, and have strong IT skills – particularly experience of databases and social media.

The Principal, Dr Rob Ellis, is also happy to speak in confidence with anyone who may be interested in applying: phone as above, or email robert.ellis@regents.ox.ac.uk.

Salary : £39,000-£52,000 p.a., plus benefits

Closing date: 12 noon Friday 18 January 2019

Interviews: week/s beginning 28 January or 4 February 2019

For further particulars and information on how to apply please click here.