Executive Assistant to the Principal

The EA to the Principal is a pivotal role in the College, essential to the Principal’s work and central to the smooth-operation of College administration. The post holder will provide high level professional and administrative support to the Principal in his role. They will also play a key role in implementing the new vision for College Governance agreed by its Governing Body and in shaping the configuration of internal college organisation and administration. The post is ideal for someone who is motivated, organised and able to work autonomously in a fast-paced, professional environment.

Full details and application instructions can be found in the further particulars

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 4th June (9am).

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 10th June.


Development and Communications Assistant

The Development and Communications Assistant provides proactive and efficient administrative support for the Development Office in the implementation of all aspects of its fundraising, alumni relations and communications strategies. The post-holder is responsible for basic event, gift and office administration and for dealing with day to day enquiries and communications. This role provides an excellent opportunity for someone wanting to work part-time in a productive, friendly office and someone looking to start or develop a career in alumni relations, development and fundraising, communications, event management, or administration.

Full details and application instructions can be found in the further particulars.

The closing date for applications is Monday 10th June (9am).

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 18th June.


Project Director for a Summer Residential Course for Senior Religious Leaders

The College is the key partner in a new project to deliver a series of residential summer courses for senior religious leaders. These will seek to consolidate and build on the work of the Global Interfaith Commission on LGBT+ Lives (GIC+) to increase the number of senior religious leaders advocating to reduce the violence and discrimination of LGBT+ people and to support the decriminalisation of anti-LGBT+ laws in their home countries. The project will seek to create a sustainable ‘Executive Summer School’ model of encounter, education and empowerment that is scalable to meet demand, and will be a safe private forum that will foster dialogue between religious leaders on the issue of LGBT+ lives. These courses will be delivered in partnership with Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education, and funded by a grant from the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office.

Full details and application instructions can be found in the further particulars.

Application deadline: Wednesday 29th May (5pm)

Interviews are scheduled to take place the afternoon of Thursday 6th June.