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The Queen's College

The Queen's College is setting up a Development Office to encompass fundraising and alumni relations. It seeks to make two appointments at this stage. Both will report to the Provost, Sir Alan Budd.

ALUMNI RELATIONS OFFICER

The role of the Alumni Relations Officer will be critical to the success of the development programme. He or she will be responsible for enhancing the good relations between the College and its non-resident membership. Duties will include responsibility for the publication of a newsletter and other material and for the organization of social activities.

Applicants should have a university degree, good communication skills, an outgoing personality, and good computer skills. Some experience in the field of alumni relations or development would also be desirable.

The salary will be in the range £20,000 to £23,000, depending on experience.

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

This post will include the administration of gifts to the Development Campaign, the maintenance of computerized and manual records, the handling of routine correspondence and enquiries, assistance with the organization of events, research, and the production of background briefing. The post will also include responsibility for the establishment of a first class records system and the co-ordination of the future publication of a College register.

The successful applicant will be numerate, familiar with computer databases, and comfortable with Windows-based platforms.

The salary will be in the region of £18,000, depending on experience and ability.

Applicants should write to the Bursars' Secretary, The Queen's College, Oxford, OX1 4AW, enclosing a curriculum vitae and giving the names of two referees. The closing date for applications is 15 December 2000.

The Queen's College is an equal opportunities employer.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 22 November 2000
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