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The Cambridge Colleges

HEAD OF OFFICE OF INTERCOLLEGIATE SERVICES

The Cambridge Colleges have recently established an Office of Intercollegiate Services, which is the overarching body responsible for supporting the activities of the principal intercollegiate committees (the Colleges' Committee, the Bursars' Committee, and, as required, the Senior Tutors' Committee). The Colleges wish to appoint a Head of the Office to act as the focal point of contact, providing support and advice for the officers of the intercollegiate committees and individual members of their committees. In addition, the Head will have responsibility for the staff of the Office, the management of its finances, and compliance with Health and Safety at Work regulations. The post-holder will be an employee of the Colleges and will be responsible to the Standing Committee of the Colleges' Committee through its Chairman. The position, which is available from 1 September 2009, is part-time (between 50% and 65%, by agreement) and will require flexibility, with hours being more intensive during University terms.

The post-holder will be required to draft papers and advise on policy; it is essential that applicants have high-level experience in drafting and an appropriate background in providing advice on policy. Legal experience and knowledge of a collegiate university are desirable.

Further particulars are available from the Secretary to the Colleges' Committee, Professor Martin Daunton, Master of Trinity Hall (email master@trinhall.cam.ac.uk). The salary will be set at a point on Grade 10 of the University's pay scale (Step 59: £49,096 to Step 61: £52,086, with discretionary points to Step 64: £56,916), pro rata. The deadline for applications is 31 March 2009.

Terms and conditions will be in line with those of the University.


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Cambridge University Reporter 18 March 2009
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