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Jesus College


Jesus College has created a new post for a full-time, responsible, and efficient Admissions Officer to handle both undergraduate and graduate admissions, and to assist with academic administration. It offers an interesting opportunity for someone with excellent organizational, IT, and interpersonal skills to have a significant role in one of the College's most important functions, the selection of our students.

The post-holder should have a high level of competence in database work, in particular, experience in Microsoft Access and Excel, together with word-processing using Microsoft Word. The post-holder will possess the ability to use one's own initiative, work under pressure at busy times, and meet deadlines. Knowledge or experience of the University and/or its Colleges would be an advantage.

It is hoped to fill the post from July 2004 or as soon as possible thereafter. The hours of work are 35 a week, with flexibility required to work longer hours during undergraduate admissions (in return for time off in lieu). The salary is on the academic-related 1 scale (£18,893 to £21,009 a year). Other benefits include a contributory staff pension scheme (Oxford Staff Pension Scheme), holiday entitlement of 38 days, and a free lunch when on duty.

Further particulars are available from the Assistant Bursar, Jesus College, Oxford, OX1 3DW (tel. 01865 279716, e-mail rosemary.frame@jesus.ox.ac.uk) or at http://www.jesus.ox.ac.uk/. Applicants should submit an application form (available from the Assistant Bursar), a curriculum vitae, and covering letter to the Assistant Bursar by the closing date of 4 June. Applicants should also ask two referees to write to the Assistant Bursar by the closing date. Short-listing will be completed on 9 June and it is expected that interviews will take place on 15 June.

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Cambridge University Reporter 12 May 2004
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