Vacancies

Secretary/Administrator (Part-time 25 hours per week)

The largest College in Cambridge, Trinity College has some 700 undergraduates, 350 postgraduates and over 180 Fellows. The Secretary/Administrator post sits within the Senior Bursar’s Office/Bursary Department which provides administrative support for the College’s investments and its Trust Funds. The Office also provides support to the Finance Secretary and Secretary of the College Council.

Apprentice IT Developer

This is an exciting opportunity to join a professional team providing IT services to Trinity College, the largest of the Cambridge colleges.

Pastry Section Chef

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  Pastry Section Chef  who will be responsible for producing innovative, high quality pastry dishes for  the College community.  Services  include dishes for students, staff and Fellows, private dinners and special functions.

Housekeeping Room Attendant/Bedmakers (part-time 27.5 or 30 hours per week)

Trinity College founded by Henry VIII in 1546 is by far the largest and most impressive of all the Cambridge colleges. Staff can enjoy working in beautiful surroundings and within magnificent buildings which include the Great Court and Nevile’s Court. Staff total approximately 350, including full and part-time employees.

Casual Bar Staff

Trinity College requires additional Casual Bar staff to assist with the Coffee Shop and Bar services. Hours will be variable and will include evening and weekend working.  Any work offered would be on an “ad hoc” and casual basis.   Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

Commis Chef

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.

Junior Research Fellowships

Trinity College intends to hold an election of Junior Research Fellows in 2020. The purpose of Junior Research Fellowships is to offer men and women of exceptional intellectual calibre, for whom the fellowship would be their first substantial paid academic or research appointment, an opportunity and freedom to pursue research in Cambridge on a topic of their choice for up to four years with no further duties. The Fellowships are available in all branches of University studies.