Recruitment Monitoring Form
Mansfield College continuously aims to improve upon our processes to ensure diversity, equality and inclusion are at the forefront of our recruitment procedures. In order to help, we gather data from candidates via the Recruitment Monitoring Form.
Any information given will be used only to support the equal opportunities policy and in accordance with the principles of the Data Protection Act 2018. The information will be kept strictly confidential and separate from your name. It is not part of the selection process and will not be seen by any member of the selection panel. The information you give will be retained only for statistical purposes and will not be linked to your name.
Entry into employment with the College and progression within employment will be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria which are related to the duties of each particular post and the relevant salary structure. In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration. No applicant or member of staff shall be discriminated against because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
For further information and to complete the recruitment monitoring form as part of your application please click: Recruitment Monitoring Form
An exciting and flexible casual opportunity to work as part of the Mansfield College Front of House team as a Casual Dining Hall Assistant. You will be responsible for serving a full catering provision to students, staff, fellows and College guests throughout the term and vacation periods. The role may also include some assistance in the College Crypt Cafeteria and Bar as required. As all our staff are required to handle alcohol, applicants must be aged 18 or over.
You will have good communication, excellent time management and organizational skills along with a positive and flexible attitude to work and the ability to work well under pressure.
Salary £9.30 per hour, annual leave entitlement will be calculated with reference to the length of time worked. Benefits include contributory pension scheme, participation in the College’s conference bonus scheme and free meals while on duty.
Shift times may vary depending on College needs. As this is a casual role there is no guarantee of being offered any shifts. The hours of work to be offered to you are variable on a casual basis. Work may be offered to you on an hourly, daily, weekly or other basis. Work can also include evenings and week-end work.
For further particulars about the position and how to apply, please see: Further Particulars
Completed applications to be sent to: If you would like to apply please submit a cover letter, stating why you are interested in, and suitable for this role and a CV to Mansfield Front of House Manager, Nick Green firstname.lastname@example.org
Please complete a recruitment monitoring form as per the details on our vacancies page
Closing date for applications will be: This post will be open until suitable candidates are found for the positions available. We encourage all interested candidates to apply promptly.
Mansfield College seeks to appoint a College Chaplain ideally no later than 1 January 2022 to help support our very diverse student body. This post is offered on a permanent basis, 50% fte (18.25hrs per week) with a salary of £15,471 per annum.
Mansfield’s history is as a non-conformist college in the Reformed tradition, which the current statutes still reflect; however, the College is open to applicants of all mainstream Christian traditions. The Chaplain is responsible to the Principal, who is head of the College, for the conduct and oversight of services in the Chapel.
Mansfield Chapel is one of the most outstanding examples of the work of the architect Basil Champneys, and in accordance with the development of the College, is now a multi-use space which includes dining, religious services, and musical events. Chapel services take place every Wednesday evening in term time.
The Chaplain also plays an important role in the pastoral and welfare provision for all members of the College, students and staff. The College is keen to ensure that its students, both undergraduate and graduate, are well-supported.
Your duties will include conducting regular services, preaching at College services and organizing visiting preachers. You will oversee the diary of the Chapel and its administration, work closely with the Director of Music as required and contribute regularly to the work of the welfare team, supporting all members of the College community.
You will be a graduate who is ordained in a mainstream Christian tradition (strong applications from lay leaders/laity may also be considered), have experience and skill to organise and conduct services and demonstrable aptitude to provide pastoral support with discretion.
For further particulars about the position, terms and conditions and how to apply, please see: Further particulars
Completed applications to be sent to: Claire Stevens – Head of HR email@example.com Further details of how to apply are included in the further particulars
Please complete a recruitment monitoring form as detailed at the top of the Vacancies page.
Closing date for applications will be: Wednesday 13th October 2021 at 12 midday