Each year the College proposes to elect up to four Fellows by Examination (elsewhere known as Junior Research Fellows). Each Fellowship is tenable for three years. The Fellow is a member of the Governing Body of the College for the first two years and is entitled to: free lunches and dinners in College; a research allowance; and partnered accommodation in College free of charge or, alternatively, a taxable housing allowance. Successful candidates who decide to live out of College may have use of shared office space in College. Fellows by Examination are expected to live in the Oxford area, and his/her research base must be in Oxford.
You may contact us regarding Fellowships by Examination (Junior Research Fellowships) but please be aware that your query may not be answered immediately.
Each year the College elects a Visiting Fellow or Fellows for periods of one year or shorter during an academic year. In addition, a Robert S. Campbell Visiting Fellow may be elected for research in law, especially commercial or competition law.
A Visiting Fellowship is intended to offer an established scholar, either from abroad or from the United Kingdom, an opportunity to pursue his or her own study and research as a member of the College.
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Should you require information that is not given above, contact us regarding visiting fellowships but please be aware that your query may not be answered immediately.
Date posted: 4 September 2023, Closing date: 8 December 2023 (AC23005)
The College proposes to elect a Visiting Fellow or Fellows for the academic year 2024–2025. The College may in addition elect one or more applicants to Robert S Campbell Visiting Fellowships. These Fellowships are open to those intending to undertake research in Law, with special emphasis on Commercial Law, Competition or Antitrust Law, Internal Competition or Antitrust Law, Constitutional Law and Contract Law. In certain circumstances an election in a related legal area may be made.
A Visiting Fellowship is intended to offer an established scholar, either from abroad or from elsewhere in the United Kingdom, an opportunity to pursue his or her own study and research as a member of the College.
Details of how to apply and further particulars can be found below. The closing date is Friday, 8 December 2023.
Applications are particularly encouraged from under-represented groups within their respective disciplines. Magdalen College is an equal opportunities employer. Further information can be obtained from the College web site, at www.magd.ox.ac.uk/equality.
Conservator, Library and Archive, Oxford Conservation Consortium
date posted: 29 November 2023. closing date: 3 January 2024 (OCC23003)
Oxford Conservation Consortium (OCC) has a job opportunity for a conservator of library and archive materials wishing to pursue their career in a busy conservation studio, gain exposure to a broad range of collections, tasks, and techniques, and participate in the dynamic conservation community working in Oxford’s world class collections. OCC provides collection care to 16 members, all colleges of the University of Oxford with library and archive collections of international importance.
The postholder will assist with the delivery of conservation and preservation work programmes, including carrying out interventive treatments on a wide range of book/archive objects, as well as preservation activities and exhibitions involvement.
The salary for this role is payscale grade 5 (£28,759 – £34,980 per annum) depending on experience.
Full details of the post, its conditions and the application process are set out in the further particulars below, or by telephoning 01865 276033.
Magdalen College is an Equal Opportunities Employer