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Staff posts


We are seeking to recruit a Bursar to join the team.

The Bursar plays a fundamental role in the establishment of the first new College in Oxford University for a generation. They are a key member of the management team and a Fellow of Reuben College, with a broad area of responsibility encompassing, among other things, its finances, investments and estates. As well as being the Chief Financial Officer for the College, the Bursar is its Chief Operating Officer (COO) for non-academic activities, and plays an important role in the leadership and operation of the College.  The Bursar’s role is varied with overall responsibility for its finances; investments; estates; information technology; HR; legal and compliance; risk management. As a Fellow by Special Election in the College, the Bursar’s role is central to enabling the achievement of the College’s academic objectives and ensuring that the college provides a welcoming, sustaining and inclusive environment for all members of the Reuben community.

The post holder must have a high level of personal integrity and is required to take personal responsibility for both their own work and that of the staff under their management.

The closing date for all applications will be 12:00 noon on Monday 27th July 2022.

Interviews are expected to be held in person on Monday 8th August 2022.

Find more information and apply here.

Academic posts

Global Research Fellowships

Global Research Fellowships form an important component of the vision for Reuben College. The aim is to have group leaders and PIs from the University’s affiliated research centres beyond Europe elected as Global Research Fellows (GRFs) of the college (initially four based in Kenya though links to KEMRI-Wellcome). This will follow an open call for applications and remote interviews of short-listed candidates. Applicants will need to have a University of Oxford employment contract, or a contract for employment in KEMRI-Wellcome, for at least two years, and be eligible to apply for the title of Associate Professor.

To apply, please send a covering letter and CV as PDFs (with fonts no smaller than 11 point) to the President’s Executive Assistant ( by Monday 1st August 2022, no later than 12 noon (UK time). 

Find the further particulars here.