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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.

Head of Events

Salary £34,956 - £46,924
Closing date 8 August 2017

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The Head of Events role sits within the External Engagement Team at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). The Head of Events has primary responsibility for developing the strategic events programme for External Engagement to meet the diverse needs of the community, including conferences, high profile stewardship events for major donors, alumni events and celebrations and profile raising events. The role holder works closely with colleagues around the School and will be required to develop good relationships with other central University functions in order to ensure the smooth delivery of high profile events.

Preferably educated to a degree level or equivalent, the ideal candidate will have knowledge of best practice of event management, health and safety and risk assessments for events, marketing, public relations and customer service. They will have proven experience of using a wide range of suppliers, with a number of contacts and knowledge of venues in Cambridge, London and internationally. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a prerequisite for this role along with the ability to build good working relationships at all different levels and with many different cultures and nationalities. The successful candidate must be willing to travel, work flexibly (given the need for out of hours work) and be adaptable given the small size of the team and the evolving nature of the School as a whole.

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MFin Careers Lead (fixed term)

Salary £29,301 - £38,183
Closing date 3 August 2017

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The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) is one of the premium fee degree programmes currently taught at the School. This is an exciting new opportunity within the programme team. The role holder will guide the growing cohort of post experience MFin students who largely undertake the programme for career impact purposes in achieving their career goals by ensuring that they develop their employability skills, and by connecting them with a large number of suitable employers. The role will focus on establishing, growing, and maintaining relationships between the School’s MFin programme and external companies who are or might be recruiters of MFin talent. The role will also include leading projects and events related to MFin recruitment as well as treks and other careers focused activities involving industry outreach and engagement. The role holder will work closely with the MFin Executive Director whose overall responsibility is to guide the business development direction for the programme.

You will have a career development and/or career coaching qualification, knowledge of the finance labour market, the ability to design and facilitate career events, and strong programme management and communication skills. You will have experience in career mentoring, development, coaching or training. In addition, you will have experience in or knowledge of MFin/experience hire employment markets, hiring practices, job opportunities and career paths. You will have intellectual and personal self-confidence to deal with the wide range of talented students and customer service orientation, and commitment to continual process improvement.

The funds for this post are available for six months in the first instance.

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Senior Accounts Clerk

Salary £21,843 - £25,298
Closing date 2 August 2017

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The role sits within the Finance Office of Cambridge Judge Business School which facilitates the smooth running of the School by managing its financial affairs and providing a professional service to employees, customers and suppliers, whilst also liaising with other University departments.

The main responsibilities of the Finance Office are billing and income collection, purchase order/invoice process, applying accounting controls and procedures to safeguard assets, feeding into the University’s payroll system and supplying accurate and timely information to enable the Director and Faculty Board of the School to make informed decisions.

You will be educated to a GCSE standard, have experience of working in a finance office with knowledge of the accounts payable process. You will have excellent numeracy skills with a proven record of applying these skills in the workplace. You will also have excellent organisational skills, able to manage priorities and peaks in system user support. Experience with processing large volumes of data and managing document flows are prerequisite for this role. 

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Senior Marketing Coordinator (fixed term)

Salary £29,301- £38,183
Closing date 1 August 2017

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The Senior Marketing Coordinator plays a vital and central role in maintaining a positive image of the School to a global audience. The role holder is responsible for the marketing of School-wide events and other School initiatives and oversees the content commissioning process and content marketing. In addition, the role holder leads on communications for the new building project and is a member of the Brand Team.

You will be educated to degree level, or equivalent, and have significant experience of creating and implementing marketing plans, ideally within the higher education sector. You will have experience in devising and implementing successful communications strategies and plans, as well as experience of managing relationships with internal and external stakeholders. You will also have excellent initiative and creative thinking skills, outstanding planning and time management skills, great attention to detail and excellent communication and presentation skills.

This position is a part-time (27.75 hrs per week). The funds for this post are available for one year or the return of the post holder whichever is the earlier. Applicants from the University of Cambridge wishing to undertake a secondment are welcome to apply.

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Teaching Associate (part-ime, fixed-term)

Salary £29,301 - £38,183 pro rata
Closing date 31 Jul 2017

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Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) 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.

We are seeking to recruit a Teaching Associate to play a pivotal role in the teaching offered in the MSt in Social Innovation programme at CJBS. Contributions may include co-development with faculty of assessment materials such as coursework and examination questions, assessment of coursework and examinations. The role may also involve preparing and delivering tutorials, support of experiential classroom activities, and co-development with faculty of course materials.

The successful candidate will have PhD in Social or Political Sciences. Experience of teaching and examining at postgraduate and undergraduate level in relevant subjects is also paramount. Experience of UK tertiary teaching and examining, including examination boards in a similar role is also required, as well as strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to make a positive impact in this role.

This position is a part-time post of up to 50 per cent of a full-time post. This is a fixed-term position for one year in the first instance.

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