Head of Academic & Tutorial Services

Head of Academic & Tutorial Services

The Tutorial & Admissions Offices form a single department, comprising of seven administrative staff, one Schools Liaison Officer, two Welfare Advisors and one College Nurse.  The department is responsible for the administration of all aspects of the admissions, academic, teaching, registrary, and welfare functions of the College relating to undergraduate and graduate students.  It is at the administrative heart of the educational provision of the College.  The Head ensures the department provides a welcoming and efficient student service and welfare provision.

The successful candidate will have a strong educational background, preferably educated to degree level (or equivalent); be an inspirational leader with significant experience in senior management, preferably in a higher education institution and be comfortable managing in a complex and diverse environment.

Hours of work are 36.5 hours per week Monday to Friday.  Some flexibility can be given to start and finish times, but core hours are 08:30 to 16:15. There is a requirement to work on Bank Holiday during the examination period, and some additional hours may also be required, especially at term commencements

The salary will be in the range of £37,000 to £42,000 per annum, depending on skills and experience.

The College leave allowance is 29 days (including 3 days as Head of Department) per annum, plus public holidays

The closing date for the receipt of completed application forms is Tuesday 25th April 2017. Applications can be sent by email to hro2@queens.cam.ac.uk or by post to HR Department, Queens' College, Silver Street, Cambridge CB3 9ET.

First interviews will be held on Monday 8th May 2017

Second interviews will be held on Friday 12th May 2017

Please see below for links.

Application Form

Job Description and Organisational Chart



1.    Applications will only be considered from those who already have a right to live and work in the UK.

2.    CVs are not accepted as part of the recruitment process, so please don’t include them.