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Senior Tutor

Jesus College, Cambridge

Location: Cambridge
Salary: £80,605 per annum (Cambridge University Grade 71)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 11th January 2022
Closes: 18th February 2022

Salary:  £80,605 per annum (Cambridge University Grade 71)

The Senior Tutor is a Fellow of the College, responsible to College Council for providing leadership and administration of the College’s educational provision, including admissions, teaching and tutorial. Such areas of work include the development and implementation of College policy relating to undergraduate teaching and admissions, postgraduate admissions and welfare, as well as working with the other Tutors, especially the Admissions Tutors, Graduate Tutors and Welfare Tutors, to promote student welfare and high academic standards. The Senior Tutor is responsible for co-ordinating strategic planning of all aspects of the College’s educational activities and for presenting recommendations on policy to College Council.

Fellowship:

The appointee will be elected to a Fellowship of the College. They will be appointed an ex officio member of the College Council and a Charity Trustee.

Annual leave entitlement:

The appointee will be entitled to 30 days of paid annual leave to be taken by agreement with the Master, in addition to normal statutory public holidays. Holidays must be taken outside the academic term and other periods when the Senior Tutor’s presence is essential.

If research-active, the appointee will be entitled to sabbatical leave, subject to the approval of the College Council.

Stipend and related conditions:

  • The salary range for the post of Senior Tutor at appointment is equivalent to University Salary Spine Point 71 (currently £80,605 pa).
  • The postholder will be auto enrolled in the Universities Superannuation Scheme.
  • Entitlement to the Fellows’ meals and dining allowance, which includes the right to seven meals per week.
  • Subsidised housing close to Jesus College is also available. Details of the Fellows housing scheme are available on request.
  • Entitlement to the Fellows’ academic allowance, which is available to support teaching and research work.
  • Free Parking on site.

The post holder would be paid separately for any teaching undertaken on behalf of the College.

For full particulars of the role, please refer to the job description within the Candidate Information Pack

To apply:

Candidates should send a full curriculum vitae, a personal statement (up to two pages) explaining how their previous experience, qualifications, and skills have prepared them for the position with reference to the selection criteria, and the names and contact details of three referees to jobs@jesus.cam.ac.uk. Applicants should also arrange for three references, written by the stated referees, to be sent directly and in confidence to jobs@jesus.cam.ac.uk

Applications should be addressed to the Master, Jesus College, Cambridge, to arrive no later than 18th February 2022. Candidates are asked to ensure that their referees submit their references by the same date.

Interviews for short-listed candidates are provisionally planned for 21, 24, 25 March 2022. There will also be an opportunity to meet the College Officers and other Fellows, representatives of the JCSU and MCR, and Tutorial Office staff, as well as a tour of the College.

Informal enquiries concerning the role should be addressed to the Master, Ms Sonita Alleyne, who may be contacted at master@jesus.cam.ac.uk.

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