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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.

Asia & Australasia Alumni Engagement Manager

Salary £30,395 - £39,609
Closing date 13 March 2019

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Based in central Cambridge, the Asia & Australasia Alumni Engagement Manager role exists to ensure students and alumni are well connected to and educated about the alumni network. It also ensures that relationships with key alumni volunteers within their region of responsibility are maintained, and allowing them to foster and facilitate mutual benefits into the School and back into the alumni community that help the School to sustain and grow its reputation as a leading business school and to strength the global Cambridge Judge Business School community of advocates and ambassadors.

Educated to first degree level ideally with a relevant post-graduate qualification, you will have a track record of working at a senior level with multiple stakeholders. You will have on-the-ground insights, astute corporate and academic relationship management experience. Candidates should be fluent in both English and Mandarin, have cross-cultural, international work experience in different geographic locations, including China. Outstanding communication and negotiation skills with the ability to build solid working relationships at all levels are a prerequisite for this role.

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Executive Education Director of Marketing

Salary Competitive
Closing date 28 February 2019

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Executive Education is a major activity of Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) operated by JBS Executive Education Ltd. (JBSEEL), a limited company wholly owned by the University of Cambridge. Its activities include a range of well-established open programmes, a substantial suite of custom programmes and deep engagements with clients, where the mode shifts from "education" to collaborative problem solving that creates value for the client and generates research questions, data, and publications for faculty members in the School.

Our Director of Marketing will be a member of the executive team and will have primary responsibility for the development and execution of our marketing strategy and management of marketing resources. They will be an inspiring, energetic and innovative leader, who will play a key role in our professional management team, contributing to strategic planning and organisational leadership.

The Director of Marketing will work in close collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders and will oversee the development of promotional materials for our business development team and our online and open enrolment programmes. The Director will also lead our external and internal communications, including the production of executive education focussed publications and our website.

The ideal candidate should be educated to degree level or equivalent with strong professional credentials in marketing. Significant experience of working at a senior level in a marketing leadership role, as well as proven experience of having successfully developed and implemented a corporate marketing strategy in a complex organisation is essential for this role. Applicants should also possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to draft compelling strategic and business plans, oversee the development and production of effective marketing materials, and act as brand and PR ambassador for Executive Education.

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Sous Chef - BaxterStorey

Salary £26,000 - £27,000
Closing date 28 February 2019

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This role is employed by Baxterstorey and not the University of Cambridge.

BaxterStorey, the caterer for Cambridge Judge Business School, is currently looking for a Sous Chef to assist the Head Chef in the kitchen operation and ensure the company’s reputation for food quality is maintained at all times.

Passionate about good food? Looking to take your career to the next step? If your answer is yes then BaxterStorey has the role for you.

Food to you is not just a simple life need. Food is all about who you are. In this role you will assist the Head Chef in the kitchen operation and ensure the BaxterStorey reputation for food quality is maintained always.

  • Look at the development and planning of menus, including future food trends.
  • Develop new styles of service and concepts in the location.
  • Compile all food orders for your sections, ensuring food standards and cost are agreed with the Head Chef.
  • Ensure stock, deliveries and wastage are all checked and recorded in line with BaxterStorey and food standards.

Your focus and desire is to work with the freshest and best ingredients. Food provenance is critical to you and the closer to your kitchen, the better. You understand that being a great chef is not just about cooking but the ability to work with a team, manage costs, negotiate and build relationship with suppliers as well as being compliant, from both a food hygiene and food safety perspective. You will possess relevant qualifications and display a passion for food.

In return they will provide you with excellent training and development.

Apply for this vacancy on BaxterStorey's website

Public Engagement Coordinator (fixed term) - Cambridge Conservation Forum and Cambridge Conservation Initiative

Salary £28,660 - £34,189
Closing date 27 February 2019

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Cambridge is a major centre of knowledge and expertise in the conservation of nature. We are offering an exciting opportunity to play a major role in supporting two unique conservation partnerships to engage the public in conserving the natural world.

The Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge and leading biodiversity organisations in and around Cambridge. The CCI partners combine and integrate research, education, policy and practice to create innovative solutions for society and to foster conservation learning and leadership. The CCI collaboration is managed by a small secretariat of executive staff, employed by the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and based in the David Attenborough Building.

The Cambridge Conservation Forum (CCF) connects the diverse community of conservation practitioners and researchers working at local, national and international levels based in and around Cambridge. CCF facilitated the formation of CCI and consequently they have a close, complementary relationship. CCF continues to convene an extended informal network of 70 conservation organisations and over 2,000 individuals, acting as a focal point for networking and information exchange through regular meetings, events, its newsletter and website.

CCI and CCF are now seeking a Public Engagement Coordinator to increase public awareness of conservation issues by developing and delivering an expanded programme of local, national and international events. The role holder will work with colleagues from CCI and CCF to support the development of a strategic approach to public engagement that aims to communicate the importance of biodiversity to the wider public and to catalyse behaviour change. Furthermore, the Public Engagement Coordinator will play a pivotal role in helping CCF to facilitate networking, knowledge exchange and extended collaboration within the wider constituency of conservation organisations in and around Cambridge.

This position will be based in the David Attenborough Building in central Cambridge.

Educated to degree level or equivalent, the ideal candidate will be experienced in all aspects of delivering public engagement events to a high standard. Experience of working as a member of a collaborative team is essential, while knowledge of the not-for-profit sector would be useful. The ideal candidate will be highly organised and efficient, with good attention to detail, and excellent project management, writing and editing skills. The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines without compromising on quality is a prerequisite of this role.

This is a fixed-term position and the funds for this post are available for three years in the first instance.

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