The College has a legal responsibility to ensure that all its employees have the legal right to live and work in the UK. Therefore, if you attend for interview or are made an offer of employment, this will be subject to the College verifying that you are eligible to work in the UK before you start work.
1. If you are invited to interview:
If you are invited to interview, you will be asked to bring original documents and a copy will be taken, or if you hold a 'digital immigration status', your Share Code will be required to access this status online.
2. If you already have a ‘digital status’
If you already have a ‘digital status’, then you will need to raise a share code via this page: https://www.gov.uk/prove-right-to-work. You will need to send Helen Walker (Helen.Walker@pet.cam.ac.uk) or Belinda Steel (Belinda.Steel@pet.cam.ac.uk) the code and your date of birth, and we can then view your status online, prior to interview
3. If you cannot or have not provided evidence at interview stage:
If you cannot provide evidence of right to work in the UK at interview stage, this must be provided before you can take up employment with us. It is your legal responsibility to do so.
£9.90ph plus benefits
Peterhouse is looking for positive, reliable, hardworking individuals to join our busy Front of House team.
The role will involve a variety of tasks from working in the College’s cafeteria to more formal dining events, maintaining a high standard.
Previous experience in a similar environment would be beneficial, but full training will be provided.
We are looking for candidates who are able to work between 15 – 30 hours per week over a variety of different shifts, including evening and weekends, such as –
11:30-14:30 Monday – Saturday
17:15-21:15 – Monday – Sunday
We provide meals on duty, holiday pay on top of the hourly wage, uniform, optional pension and a positive, professional, working environment in the oldest College in Cambridge.
Applications to: email@example.com
Domestic Assistants (25 to 30 hours per week)
£10 per hour (increasing to £11 per hour from 1st January 2023)
(plus 1 in 4 weekend working, paid at overtime rates)
Peterhouse, the oldest of the Cambridge Colleges, has exciting roles for Domestic Assistant, which we are seeking to fill.
To clean and provide a high quality housekeeping service for a designated set of rooms and common areas within the College or an associated College house (off-site houses are mainly in Parkside and Warkworth Street). Each area is overseen by a Domestic Supervisor who is a key point of contact to support the role.
The holiday entitlement is pro rata to 25 days per annum. The College provides car parking whilst on duty, which is subject to availability. The College offers an auto-enrolled pension scheme to eligible employees, after 3 months’ completed service. The scheme is the Cambridge Colleges Group Personal Pension Scheme (CCGPPS) with Aviva. The College offers Medicash a medical cashback scheme. Lunch is provided free of charge when on duty over lunchtime i.e. your working hours cover the official lunch period and when the College kitchens are open.
The closing date for completed applications: 8.00am 5th December 2022
Salary in the region of £27,121 - £30,543 per annum)
Peterhouse is the oldest College in Cambridge (founded in 1284) and is among the smallest (currently 291 undergraduates; 176 postgraduates; 43 Fellows).
The Tutorial Administrator will work in the Tutorial team in order to ensure students are well supported and their overall interactions with the Tutorial Office are positive. The Tutorial Administrator is responsible to and works closely with the Tutorial Office Manager to provide administrative support to the Senior Tutor, Tutors, and Directors of Studies.
The postholder will be responsible for wide-range of Tutorial activities, including but not limited to: examination administration (including EAA applications, exams in College; assisting with the preparation of GB Reports); Tutorial event administration (Matriculation Dinners, Great Burkhill Dinner); maintaining student records on the student database (CamSIS); administering the College’s online reporting system for recording academic supervision. The role will also include arranging end-of-term appointments with Tutors ensuring that Tutors have essential documentation and assisting with the organisation of events as requested by the Senior Tutor and/or Tutors.
You will possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail and be able to work effectively under pressure, to prioritise and where necessary to manage a number of tasks concurrently. You will have extensive knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook in order to perform all office tasks, as well as being able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people at all levels. You will have experience of dealing with confidential information, including displaying discretion in all written and verbal communications. Ideally, you will have experience within student administration in an academic setting.
You will enjoy:
- The holiday entitlement is 25 days plus 8 bank and public holidays
- A car parking space may be available, subject to capacity.
- The College offers an auto-enrolled pension scheme to eligible employees, after 3 months’ completed service. The scheme is the Cambridge Colleges Group Personal Pension Scheme (CCGPPS) with Aviva.
- Lunch is provided free of charge when on duty over lunchtime and when the College kitchens are open.
- The College offers a medical cashback scheme to staff.
The closing date for completed applications is midnight on Sunday 27th November 2022