Lady Margaret Hall is one of the 39 colleges of the University of Oxford. We are seeking a Junior Welfare Dean to start for Trinity Term 2022 to support the Dean in the disciplinary role and the Head of Welfare in the welfare role. The contract will last until the end of Trinity Term 2023.

This is a responsible position, in which the Junior Welfare Deans are frequently in the ‘front line’ of decanal and welfare work in the College, particularly in the evenings and at weekends - between week 0 and week 9, week days between 5.30pm and 8.30am and during the weekend, as well as during the Easter vacation.

They are expected to provide a timely and appropriate response to students with health or welfare issues, and to assist in maintaining College regulations. A Junior Welfare Dean carries authority delegated by the Dean and Head of Welfare and so you are expected to always act professionally, and in a manner which commands respect from undergraduate and graduate students. When on duty you would be responsible for carrying out your duties promptly and conscientiously.

The salary will be £3,625 per annum. The working pattern will be agreed with the Assistant Welfare Dean and the other Junior Welfare Deans to ensure consistent coverage of support. The benefits of working for the College include accommodation in College for the whole academic year, membership of the SCR, the option to join a University pension scheme. In addition, the jobholder is entitled to three meals whilst on duty and one meal per day when off duty, during term time, when the kitchens are open.

Closing date for applications: no later than noon on 4th April 2022.

Interviews will take place on 13th April 2022.

The College is an equal opportunities employer.

Chaplain and Junior Welfare Dean chatting in an office at LMH