Academic Administrator

Wycliffe Hall is seeking to appoint an Academic Administrator, a key role within the Hall’s vibrant community.
The successful candidate will have significant experience in delivering effective administrative support, ideally in a collegiate and/or Higher Education environment. Reporting to the Senior Tutor, the Academic Administrator will be part of a busy Academic Office, focussing particularly on committee servicing and quality assurance. This role directly impacts the education which Wycliffe’s students receive.

A varied post, it requires a meticulously organised individual with a proactive and structured approach to a busy workload. The role offers an exciting opportunity to interact with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders and is ideal for a candidate looking to take their next step in higher education administration, or for an experienced administrator looking to move into higher education for the first time. 

Wycliffe Hall is an evangelical college and a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, committed to excellence in teaching and research. Our vision is to see the nations transformed by the gospel, for which we are renewing Christian leaders in prayer, character, preaching, and thinking. We have around 120 students, of whom about 60 are Church of England ordinands. Students study for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications from the certificate level to the doctorate, and come from a wide variety of backgrounds.

For further details, please see the job description here.

The post is 0.6 FTE, but Wycliffe Hall is committed to flexible working and will consider applications from candidates who wish to work on a different basis.

To apply for this post, please send the following: 

  1. A full CV;
  2. A covering letter explaining how your experience might qualify you for this post;
  3. The names and contact details of two referees.

Applications are to arrive by 12 noon, 8 January 2021. Interviews are likely to take place at Wycliffe Hall in the week commencing 18 January 2021.

Please send applications to