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Cambridge Judge Business School seeks to attract, develop and retain the most talented people from around the world to complement our diverse community of academic, professional, administrative and operational staff. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment with a range of special benefits and discounts.

If you are looking for stimulating and collaborative work, and an opportunity to make an impact on business education in an intellectually inspiring environment, you should consider a career at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Research Assistant/Associate in Organisational Behaviour

Salary £25,023 - £37,768
Closing date 29 August 2016

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You will support and maintain the University’s national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. In light of this ambition, we are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to work in the area of leadership, trust and organisational/social decision-making. The research associate holding this post will carry out research under the direction of the KPMG Chair at Cambridge Judge Business School, subject group Organisational Leadership and Decision-Making and provide a supporting role in the areas of research and educational delivery. Specific duties will include research data collection, analysis and interpretation, teaching, learning and administrative support, liaising and networking, and planning and organising.

You will have a PhD in Organisational Behaviour, Organisational/Social Psychology, or behavioural economics with a specific and clear focus on Organisational Behaviour topics. In addition you should have relevant research experience and demonstrate the ability to publish in peer-reviewed academic journals. Good time management and planning skills with a commitment to delivery are a pre-requisite of this role. You should demonstrate a practical and managerial orientation and a willingness to explore and contribute to corporate exchanges is essential for this role.

The salary will be in the range of £25,023-£28,982 per annum for appointment at Research Assistant level or £28,982-£37,768 per annum for Research Associate level (PhD holders). Successful candidates at Research Associate level who have not been awarded their PhD by the appointment date will be under-appointed as a Research Assistant (Grade 5) employed on a salary of £28,143 per annum. Upon award of the PhD the individual will be promoted to Research Associate (Grade 7). 

This is a fixed term appointment for three years in the first instance.

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Senior Timetable Project Coordinator (fixed-term)

Salary £28,982 - £37,768
Closing date 18 August 2016

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The School is seeking a Senior Timetable Project Co-ordinator to manage and deliver the new Central Timetable project, roll-out the first centralised timetable and oversee its maintenance. The role will cover all aspects of the project delivery including leading the procurement process, working effectively with colleagues across the School, creating and maintaining the timetable and providing guidance, advice and support.

Educated to degree level or with equivalent relevant experience, you will have a sound understanding of curriculum management and the ability to problem solve and work to deadlines. Your experience should include significant administrative duties, evidence of successful project team work and responsibilities in a timetabling function. Strong communication skills with the ability to influence people at all levels are a pre-requisite for this role.

Candidates should be aware that it may not be possible to take annual leave during peak timetabling periods.

This is a fixed term appointment until 15 December 2017 in the first instance.

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Director of External Affairs

Salary £57,047 - £66,108
plus additional market supplement subject to approval
Closing date 18 August 2016

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Reporting to the Director of Cambridge Judge Business School, the role holder is responsible for leading our External Affairs Team and will provide strategic direction on external engagements, relationships and strategies. The role holder is also responsible for overall direction of corporate communications and marketing teams who are responsible for managing our brand and ensuring consistent visual identity and language in order to ensure consistency of message, design, tone and voice in all of our communications both internal and external. This includes all media types including website, digital media and print advertising.

The Director of External Affairs will manage engagement activities with future students, alumni, faculty and employers to develop networks and relationships which facilitate access to research, enhance the experience for our students and add value to teaching and learning together with supporting the School's centres to secure external financial support. You will also coordinate fundraising activities in collaboration with the University’s central fundraising office.

You will be educated to postgraduate degree level and will have extensive experience of management at a senior level as well as proven marketing and communications experience at the highest level. You will also have experience of the full range of external affairs responsibilities such as working with external boards and with public affairs advocacy, relationship management and building cross-functional teams and fostering collaboration in organisations. 

Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be working to build good working relations with internal and external stakeholders; including corporate partners, alumni, donors, faculty and peers. You will have strong vision and will be able to implement ideas persuasively; planning, organisation and administrative skills are therefore essential. You will also ideally have an understanding of working in the higher education sector.

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Subject Group Administrator

Salary £21,605 - £25,023
Closing date 17 August 2016

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This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, enthusiastic and team-orientated professional to join the research team, providing administrative support to members of the Finance & Accounting, Operations, and Economics & Policy subject groups; and to the cross-disciplinary Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. The role holder will co-ordinate research seminars and workshops, arrange conference and fieldwork travel, monitor and approve research expenditure, process expense claims, make arrangements for academic visitors, and provide editorial support to prepare articles for journal submission. 

A team player with previous experience in an administrative role, you will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all levels. You will have the ability to prioritise your own workload, use your initiative to problem solve under pressure, and multi task to meet deadlines set by multiple members of the group. Experience of event management and/or conference organising would be advantageous.

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Head of Alumni Relations (Fixed-term)

Salary £34,576 - £46,414
Closing date 14 August 2016

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Cambridge Judge Business School leverages the power of academia for real world impact to transform individuals, organisations and society. Since 1990, Cambridge Judge has forged a reputation as a centre of rigorous thinking and high-impact transformative education, situated within one of the world's most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, the most successful technology entrepreneurship cluster in Europe.

As a key member of the External Affairs team you will provide overall direction for the alumni programme and its activities and ensure that strategic objectives are met. Duties will include alumni engagement, communications, fund management activities, events planning, managing a small team and budget management.

Educated to degree level you will have the ability to think strategically as well as focus on operational issues and deliver results against tight deadlines. You will have experience of leading a team, successful event organisation and of planning and producing newsletters and collateral. Relationship management skills and the ability to manage and organise projects are a pre-requisite for this role. Previous experience of working in a business school or in an alumni relations role within the higher education sector is highly desirable.

This is a maternity cover position, the funds for the post are available for one year or the return of the post holder whichever is the earlier.

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Senior Associate Director - Fundraising, Cambridge Judge School (Maternity Cover)

Salary £52,219 - £55,389
Closing date 10 August 2016

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Cambridge Judge Business School is one of the world's leading business schools. Its mission is to advance knowledge and leadership through people who leave a mark on the world. Since its inception in 1990, Cambridge Judge Business School has forged a reputation as a center of rigorous thinking and of high-impact transformative education. It is situated within one of the world's most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, the most successful technology entrepreneurship cluster in Europe.

We are looking to recruit a Senior Associate Director (Maternity Cover), who will be responsible for generating philanthropic income for Cambridge Judge Business School's top fundraising priorities.

This role will be based within the School Based Fundraising Team at the Cambridge University Development and Alumni Relations Office, which has an outstanding track record of securing philanthropic income and has overall responsibility for coordinating University-wide development campaigns, raising funds to support schools, faculties, departments and other central University institutions.

Working collaboratively and confidently, your mission will be to bring a forward-thinking and innovative approach to developing new, and building on existing, high-value partnerships with individual alumni, non-alumni, corporate, and trust and foundation donors.

This is a unique chance to join one of the leading universities of the world and an outstanding opportunity for a motivated, entrepreneurial individual with a track record of success.

This role is being advertised as a Maternity cover. This post is fixed-term for 12 months or the return of the post holder, whichever is the earlier.

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Business Adviser Cambridge Social Ventures - fixed term

Salary £28,982 - £37,768
Closing date 29 July 2016

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Cambridge Social Ventures supports social ventures from across the East of England to develop and grow. We have an experienced core staff team and also accesses support from the partners involved and others in our networks. We provide entrepreneurs with the tools to grow their business, expert business advice, access to funding, a friendly supportive environment, first class teaching and free workspace

Reporting to the Centre for Social Innovation Programme Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing bespoke advice and support to entrepreneurs and their ventures within the social incubator model. The role includes developing and managing relationships with entrepreneurs and ventures and undertaking outreach activities to identify potential new ventures. 

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge gained from direct, personal experience of start-ups and growing businesses, ideally as a lead entrepreneur in a social venture. They will have well developed financial management and modelling skills and proven ability to provide advice, coaching or mentoring to entrepreneurs. We are interested in candidates with a deep empathy for the work of Cambridge Social Ventures, social entrepreneurs and unconventional social innovators.

This is a fixed term post until March 2018 in the first instance.

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