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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.

University Senior Lecturer in Finance

Salary Competitive
Closing date 15 October 2018

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The Finance group at Cambridge Judge Business School is seeking a new faculty member and invites applications for the position of University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Finance (at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor).

Cambridge Judge Business School has an ambitious and growing Finance group. Details of the group and its activities are on the Finance group web page.

You will have completed a PhD in Finance. Although we will consider candidates in all areas of finance, preference will be given to candidates doing research and teaching in theoretical or empirical asset pricing. You will be expected to contribute to teaching courses at undergraduate, graduate and post-experience levels. However, our teaching loads are relatively low by US or European standards allowing you to focus on research. With an established or developing bibliography of research publications you will have the clear potential to publish in the leading journals in the field.

Depending on the experience of the successful candidate, the appointment will be made at the University Lecturer or University Senior Lecturer level. Appointments will be from Michaelmas 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

We offer a competitive package of benefits.

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Digital Learning Content Developer

Salary £25,728 - £29,799
Closing date 9 September 2018

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Cambridge Judge Business School is increasingly using digital learning tools and techniques to deliver its world class, exciting and innovative teaching. As the use of digital content is increasing in the School there is an exciting opportunity to join Cambridge Judge's Digital Learning team where the successful candidate will play a key role in the development of engaging and professional digital learning content. Partnering with professionals in the team and across the School. The role holder will produce high quality, engaging learning content as well as support faculty and students in their creation of media content and quality.

Ideally the successful candidate will have a recognised qualification in media production (HND or higher) or equivalent work experience. They will have experience in developing digital video/illustration, and expert knowledge of industry standard video & media production and editing tools. Experience in supporting and coaching of presenters to produce high quality output is essential. The ability to communicate technical concepts to non-experts, manage own workload, and deliver projects on-time and to the required standards, are prerequisite for this role.

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Research Assistant - modelling of electricity and gas markets (fixed term)

Salary £25,728 - £29,799
Closing date 3 September 2018

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The EPRG (Energy Policy Research Group) is a joint centre of the Faculty of Economics and Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge and is one of the leading energy economics and policy research groups. EPRG research team have broad expertise in economics, technology policy and political science.The core research discipline is economics, within a framework that encourages collaboration between experts from different academic traditions, drawing on insights from engineering, political science and law. The Centre is based in Central Cambridge.

The role holder will support ongoing research on modelling of electricity and gas markets for policy and regulatory analysis. It is expected that the Research Assistant will help in producing at least three high-quality academic papers over the course of the year under the guidance of the Assistant Director and the Energy Policy Forum Director.

You should be educated to masters degree level in a related area such as energy economics, economic modelling, applied economics, operations research or operations management. Additional knowledge or background in electricity and gas market design is not necessary but would be desirable. In addition, good writing skills and attention to detail are prerequisites for this role. The successful candidate will be expected to work independently and may also contribute to other aspects of the work of EPRG.

This is a fixed term appointment for one year in the first instance.

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Senior Accounts Clerk

Salary £22,214 - £25,728
Closing date 28 August 2018

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The role sits within the Finance Department of Cambridge Judge Business School which facilitates the smooth running of the Business 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 Department 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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Policy Fellowships Coordinator, Centre for Science and Policy (maternity cover)

Salary £28,098 - £33,518
Closing date 27 August 2018

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The Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) works with a unique network of academics and decision-makers in government to improve the use of evidence and expertise in public policy. Our approach is based on addressing the questions which policy makers identify, and on building relationships characterised by mutual understanding, respect and trust. The Centre is administratively anchored in Cambridge Judge Business School.

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.

The Centre is now seeking a Policy Fellowships Coordinator to help deliver its Policy Fellowships programme by carrying out necessary communications tasks with the Policy Fellows and supporting the Associate Director of the Centre in connecting the Fellows with academics and developing their interaction over the two-year fellowships. The role holder also produces termly e-newsletters, as well as organising monthly informal get-togethers in London.

You will be educated to at least bachelors degree level, or an equivalent qualification. You will have excellent project management skills and experience of events and programme management. To be successful in this role you will need to have a high level of relationship management and experience in a client service environment. Excellent writing skills and good team working skills are a prerequisite for this role.

This is a maternity cover position and the funds for the role are available for one year or the return of the role holder, whichever is the earlier. Applicants wishing to undertake a secondment are also welcome to apply.

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Information & Library Services Project Coordinator (fixed term)

Salary £28,098 - £33,518
Closing date 22 August 2018

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The Information & Library Services (I&LS) department offers a cutting edge service to members of Cambridge Judge Business School and the wider University of Cambridge community. As well as offering a world-class selection of business data and traditional library lending services, the team engages in regular classroom teaching and student project support to meet the demanding needs of high-fee-paying users, as well as a whole raft of other innovative services.

This is a new role that will play a crucial part in delivering high quality teaching and support services during a busy, fast paced and exciting phase of the year within the I&LS team. The role holder will play a key role in delivering a full programme of classroom teaching during Michaelmas term, including general informational sessions and instruction in the use of specific business resources. The role holder will be involved in creating and delivering innovative online support services to enhance the existing provisions for all our student groups, but with a particular focus towards support for our increasing cohort of distance learning students, as well as playing an active role in many day-to-day aspects of the I&LS team's work.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent and will have previous experience of working in an information and library services environment. You will have experience in delivering training sessions, with excellent presentation skills and an aptitude for developing and implementing innovative solutions. Experience in using social media platforms and exploring new social media tools is a requirement of the role, and you should be self-motivated, able to multitask and with a track record of delivering to tight deadlines without compromising on quality. Advanced Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook are a prerequisite for this role.

This is a temporary post for six months. Consideration will be given to internal candidates wishing to apply for a secondment opportunity.

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MBA Career Development Coordinator (fixed term)

Salary £28,098 - £33,518
Closing date 21 August 2018

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MBA Careers has been recognised at the School as a vitally important area in terms of attracting new MBA students, maintaining strong employment outcomes and contributing to our growing reputation in a highly competitive MBA market. We are looking for an engaging, customer service focused individual to support our career development efforts in a student-facing role.

The role holder will support the delivery of the MBA Career Development Programme. The overall aim is to maximise student employment outcomes and help students achieve their post-MBA goals. You will be the joint first point of contact for students on queries regarding careers information and research, job search processes and skill development provision.

You will have a first degree or equivalent with experience of successful team work, the ability to work flexibly and on your own initiative. Experience of working in higher education along with knowledge of business schools and/or online learning and development is desirable. Excellent communication and relationship management skills are a prerequisite of this role. You will have the ability to prioritise your workload to meet multiple deadlines and will have a keen interest in people.

The funds for this post are available for one year. Internal applicants wishing to undertake a secondment are welcome to apply.

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Commis Chef - BaxterStorey

Salary £9.06 per hour, 37.5 hours per week (term-time only)
Closing date 16 August 2018

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

The School's catering is provided by BaxterStorey. The Catering Team arranges all catering services at the Café and hospitality for all meetings and events at the School.

BaxterStorey are currently looking for a Commis Chef to assist the Head Chef/Sous Chef in the kitchen operation and ensure BaxterStorey's reputation for food quality is maintained at all times.

  • Assist in the preparation and cooking of menu items as directed by the Manager.
  • Contribute to the development and planning of menus, including future food trends and be passionate about developing new styles of service and concepts in the location.
  • Support Manager with stock taking when required.
  • Carry out the smooth and efficient running of your section as appropriate.

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Food Service Assistant - BaxterStorey

Salary £8.50 per hour, 37.5 hours per week (term-time only)
Closing date 16 August 2018

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

The School's catering is provided by BaxterStorey. The Catering Team arranges all catering services at the Café and hospitality for all meetings and events at the School.

BaxterStorey's front of house team members are the face of their business, your friendly approach and willingness to provide a fantastic service at all times is what makes you an integral part of BaxterStorey. The sheer diversity of the role is what will appeal to you as you may be involved in tasks such as:

  • food preparation
  • serving food
  • promoting a new product
  • dealing with customers
  • cash handling.

The list is endless and those experiences provide you with a great platform for career opportunities. You will have a genuine interest in food and enjoy promoting and selling it, with excellent communication skills both written and verbal, good organisational skills, and numerate.

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Sous Chef - BaxterStorey

Salary £28,000
Closing date 16 August 2018

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

The School's catering is provided by BaxterStorey. The Catering Team arranges all catering services at the Café and hospitality for all meetings and events at the School.

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 BaxterStorey's reputation for food quality is maintained at all times.

  • 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 company and food standards.

Your focus and desire is to work with the freshest and best ingredients. Food’s 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 you will be provided with excellent training and development.

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Storeman - BaxterStorey

Salary £8.50 per hour, 25 hours per week (term-time only)
Closing date 16 August 2018

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

The School's catering is provided by BaxterStorey. The Catering Team arranges all catering services at the Café and hospitality for all meetings and events at the School.

BaxterStorey's back of house team members are the back-bone of their business, your friendly approach and willingness to provide a fantastic service at all times is what makes you an integral part of their company. The sheer diversity of the role is what will appeal to you as you may be involved in tasks:

  • Maintenance of all stock rooms.
  • In charge of location COSHH.
  • Organising all deliveries.
  • Assisting all outlets with their department needs.
  • Stock control.

The list is endless and those experiences provide you with a great platform for career opportunities. You will have a genuine interest in catering and enjoy promoting and selling it, with excellent communication skills both written and verbal, good organisational skills, and numerate.

Apply for this vacancy on BaxterStorey's website

Senior Admissions Coordinator, Executive MBA

Salary £28,098 - £33,518
Closing date 15 August 2018

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The Executive MBA (EMBA) is a major teaching programme at the School. The annual income generated is approximately £8 million. Fees for the programme are currently £65,960, and our students are senior executives who study for one weekend a month and demand a level of quality and service commensurate with the programme fees and with their experience of standards in the corporate world.

The Senior Admissions Coordinator will help recruit a strong and diverse class, enhancing the EMBA community, generating and increasing fee revenue in line with wider Business School targets and enhance the position of the Cambridge EMBA in the global rankings. In addition, the role holder will work closely with participants and alumni to arrange events and facilitate networking. Other duties will include managing processes, keeping up-to-date and being aware of admissions processes in programmes across the School.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent, will have experience in a recruitment, sales-oriented, marketing or in a client-focussed service environment and experience of working in an international context. Previous MBA or university admissions experience is desirable. You will have an interest in business trends, strong project management skills and the ability to develop methodology, and able to analyse and interpret data. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to build effective relationships are prerequisites for the role.

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External Relations Manager, Executive MBA

Salary £29,799 - £38,833
Closing date 15 August 2018

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The Executive MBA (EMBA) is a major teaching programme for senior executives at Cambridge Judge Business School and we are looking for an External Relations Manager to join the dynamic and highly motivated programme team. There are a number of practical elements to the EMBA Programme that require working with external organisations and individuals as well as faculty and students. The External Relations Manager will be responsible for coordinating these relationships with the aim of delivering an outstanding educational experience to our students on a number of key elements in the EMBA Programme. These will include student projects, the coaching programme, the international business study programme, and the Speaker Series.

Educated to degree level, with strong client relationship skills and ideally with a project management qualification, you will have significant experience in a customer service role to include experience of managing relationships with senior clients and decision makers. Excellent presentation and communication skills are essential, as is the ability to problem solve and think strategically.

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Contact us

Please contact hr@jbs.cam.ac.uk with general enquiries.