Trinity College is the largest Cambridge College, occupying an extensive area in the heart of Cambridge with a considerable proportion of the estate being listed and with conservation status. It is home to around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and around 190 Fellows. The Works Department is a crucial central service department with a wide-ranging maintenance remit. Responsibilities include planned, cyclical and reactive works as well as conservation and compliance projects.
Applications are invited for appointment to a College Lectureship in Physical & Theoretical Chemistry together with a Fellowship, tenable for five years in the first instance. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute significantly to teaching within the Cambridge Natural Sciences Tripos and to Direction of Studies. The candidate will be expected to devote himself/herself to learning and research in his/her chosen field. There may be potential opportunities for University teaching (lecturing/demonstrating in practical classes) in the Department.
Trinity College is the largest of the Cambridge Colleges with a diverse community of over 700 undergraduates, 300 post-graduates, 180 Fellows and 350 staff. We wish to appoint a Commis Chef who will assist the Section Chefs with the production of innovative high quality dishes.