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Any job application submitted with a curriculum vitae should be accompanied by a Cover Sheet for Employment (Form PD18) which can be downloaded from http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/forms/pd18/, or may be obtained in hard copy from the advertising Department or Faculty.
Following the retirement of Mrs Judith Jesky, applications are invited for the above position. Reporting to the Head of Equality and Diversity, the post-holder will be responsible for ensuring the provision of support services and advice for all those requiring disability related services across the University and Colleges. The successful applicant will manage the staff and resources of the Disability Resource Centre (the DRC) on a day to day basis and initiate and implement agreed changes to ensure the effective operation of the Centre, and appropriate provision of services to students and staff with disabilities.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate an awareness and understanding of the public sector, have experience in effectively managing a team providing services, and have excellent communication skills. The salary will be in the range of £34,793 to £44,074 a year.
Please direct any informal enquiries in the first instance to Karen Martin, Interim Head of Equality and Diversity (tel. 01223 332268).
When applying, please quote reference AH03507. The closing date for applications is 20 June 2008.
The Department of Pharmacology wishes to recruit as soon as possible a Departmental Administrator. The Departmental Administrator (also known as the Departmental Secretary) is the senior administrative position in the Department of Pharmacology. The main functions of the post are to support the Head of Department by giving administrative advice and by providing overall management of the administrative and technical support service; to provide financial planning and control; to manage the appointment of staff; to manage grants and contracts at all stages, and to discharge specific responsibilities delegated to the Department by the University or by the School of the Biological Sciences. The salary will be in the range of £30,912 to £41,545 a year.
The Administrator is directly responsible for four staff and for heading a team of 22 academic-related and assistant staff. He/she also provides personnel administration for a total of some 19 tenured academic staff and a further 70 research staff (postdoctoral workers or Ph.D. Degree students). The departmental budget provided by the University is approximately £1.4m a year. In addition, there are discretionary or donation accounts of c. £1.2m and around 44 research grants with an annual expenditure of c. £2m. Further details about the Department are available at http://www.phar.cam.ac.uk/ and the full job description is available at http://www.phar.cam.ac.uk/jobs/jobs_index.html.
Applications are invited from persons with extensive administrative experience at a senior level, either in a university context or elsewhere. To apply, please send a curriculum vitae, completed PD18 application form, the names of three referees who can comment on your experience and ability, and a letter of application explaining how your background is relevant, to Professor Peter A. McNaughton, c/o Mrs Virginia Searle, Department of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge, Tennis Court Road, Cambridge, CB2 1PD. If possible, please send the application via email to email@example.com. When applying, please quote reference PL03514.
The closing date for applications is 23 June 2008. Interviews will be held on 10-11 July and 17-18 July.
Applications are invited for two roles within the Financial Planning and Analysis section of the Finance Division. The Financial Planning and Analysis team has responsibility for preparing budgetary information and providing financial advice, management information, and support to Departments across the University (total turnover exceeds £600m). The salary for both posts is in the range of £25,888 to £33,780 a year.
The successful applicant will be ready to respond to demands and be pro-active in identifying potential problem areas, suggesting corrective action where applicable. This will involve building relationships with staff at all levels across the University and working alongside members of the Finance Adviser team.
Applicants should have excellent communication, analytical, and IT skills (particularly MS Excel), and whilst being strong team players, will also be able to work independently. Ideally, applicants will be recently qualified or working towards a recognized professional accounting qualification and have experience of working in a medium/large organization.
Details of the two roles are given below; applicants should indicate which role(s) they wish to be considered for on their application.
The post-holder will provide financial support to a group of eight Departments and a Research Institute within the School, with total expenditure in excess of £93m a year. This role reports to the School Finance Manager. When applying, please quote reference AG03525.
The post-holder will provide financial support to a wide variety of Academic and Staff and Student Services bodies, collectively known as the Non-School Institutions; these include the Fitzwilliam Museum, the University Computing Service, and the University's various libraries among others. This role reports to the Finance Manager to the Non-School Institutions. When applying, please quote reference AG03526.
For further information on both roles, please contact Vanessa White, Finance Division, The Old Schools, Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TS (tel. 01223 332227, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
The closing date for applications for both posts is Friday, 20 June 2008.
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Cambridge University Reporter 04 June 2008
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