You can find details of all our current vacancies below, together with all of the information you will need to be able to apply for the role.
Professional Services/Academic Support Staff posts
*Grounds and Waste SupervisorHR Ref No: HR 160/13Closing date: Monday 6 January 2014
*Subject LibrarianHR Ref No: HR 158/13Closing date: Sunday 5 January 2014
*College Life Development OfficerHR Ref No: HR 159/133 posts availableClosing date: Monday 6 January 2014
Research Studentships / Visiting Lecturers / other Tutors
*Visiting School Supervisors (Flexible hours)Department of Education
Academic/Research Staff posts
We currently have no vacancies in these areas
*You need to download and complete the relevant application form for the role, together with the supplementary form, and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. on the closing date. Application forms can be found in the Application Form tab.
Application forms can be found in the Application Form tab.
You may provide a CV to support your application; however, CVs alone will not be accepted.If you wish to send your application, the address is: Human Resources, Downshire House, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 4HT.
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If you have a general enquiry about a job email it to email@example.com
For any other HR related enquiry please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone020 8392 3787020 8392 3644 (24 hour recruitment line)Fax 020 8392 3730
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