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University College is seeking an Estates Bursar, with effect from mid-March 2001. Reporting to the College's Finance Committee and Governing Body, the Estates Bursar is the chief financial officer of the College, overseeing all its financial affairs plus the maintenance of the domestic site and the College estates. This includes the College's day to day financial business, on which the Estates Bursar is supported by the College Accountant and Treasury, and the management of the College's endowment, both financial and real estate, on which support is provided by investment managers and land agents respectively. On the maintenance of the College Site, the Estates Bursar is supported by the College Building Surveyor and Works Department. Under the Estates Bursar's general oversight, the Domestic Bursar (a Fellow in her own right) runs the domestic side of the College, excluding site maintenance.

The Estates Bursar will be a Fellow of the College but will not be required to teach. The salary will be in the range £45,000-£55,000, plus meals within College, inclusion in the College's health insurance scheme, and a car allowance. The appointment will be for five years in the first instance. The latest retirement date is as for University academic staff.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Master's Secretary, University College, Oxford, OX1 4BH (e-mail marion.hawtree@univ.ox.ac.uk), to whom application should be made in writing, with a full curriculum vitae and citing three referees, not later than 31 March 2000.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 15 March 2000
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