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No 6170

Wednesday 2 December 2009

Vol cxl No 11

pp. 229–252

College Notices

Clare College


Applications are invited for the post of half-time College Lecturer in History.

The successful candidate will be required to direct studies and participate fully in the administration of the subject, as well as undertaking six hours’ supervision a week during Full Term for or on behalf of the College. The post will be for a maternity cover and will end on the return of the post-holder.

The stipend payable for this post will be somewhere between spine points 45 and 52 (£32,458 to £39,920 a year). As this is a half-time post the stipend will be 50% of the above. It is intended that the successful candidate will take up the appointment on Monday, 12 April 2010.

Further particulars can be obtained from the Clare College website ( or from the HR Officer, Sally Hewings (email, to whom completed applications and two supporting references should be sent by 8 January 2010.

Lucy Cavendish College


The College seeks to fill the office of Bursar from 1 June 2010. The Bursar provides financial and managerial leadership for this College of undergraduate and graduate women students over 21.

The Bursar is accountable to the Governing Body for the management of the College’s finances, property, and income and is head of the College’s non-academic administration. He or she has overall responsibility for all matters relating to College finances and the management of the College estate, properties, and other funds; he or she also oversees the Investment Portfolio. With the President and others as appropriate, the Bursar manages and co-ordinates the strategic planning process within the College, as set out by the Governing Body.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate empathy with the values of a modern Cambridge College and to relate well, both formally and informally, to its members and staff.

The salary will be between £50,000 and £65,000 a year (points 60–68 on the University scale) and the successful candidate may be eligible for a Fellowship.1

Further particulars and details of the application process are available from the College website: or from

The closing date is 14 January 2010 and interviews will be held in Cambridge on 10 February 2010.


  • 1By the Employment Act 1989, Lucy Cavendish College has exemption from the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, in regard to gender, and therefore only a successful female candidate can be elected to a Fellowship.

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