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Job Opportunities
Positions Available for Graduates

Academic and pastoral support for undergraduates is a key focus of the College and we believe some of the best people who can provide that support are those who have already experienced that aspect of university life.

It is due to this philosophy that the College invites graduates (members of the Middle Common Room) and members of the Senior Common Room to apply to become Residential Tutors, and Senior Residential Tutors.

For full details concerning these position descriptions and remuneration rates, please refer to the PDF documents on the right.

Residential Tutor (2018 academic year)

Closing date: 14 November 2017

A number of Residential Tutors are hired annually from the Middle Common Room to provide outstanding academic support, mentoring and pastoral oversight to residents, mostly undergraduate. Tutors are academically strong, well acquainted with current courses, skilled in small-group teaching, and committed to collegial life. The role requires excellent inter-personal skills and advanced emotional intelligence. Residential tutors should be well acquainted with university life, comfortable and experienced with small group and one-on-one gatherings, and committed to collegial life.

Successful applicants will need to commit to one full week of training in February.


Senior Residential Tutor (2018 academic year)

Closing date: 14 November 2017

Each year the college appoints a number of Senior Residential Tutors to provide broad coverage of academic disciplines, one each in Science, Mathematics, Commerce and Humanities, as well as one area aligned with an outstanding candidate from an additional field (i.e., Medicine, Design or Fine Arts). Senior Tutors provide outstanding academic support, mentoring and pastoral oversight to residents, mostly undergraduate.

Senior Tutors are academically strong, well acquainted with current courses, skilled in small-group teaching, and committed to collegial life. The role requires excellent inter-personal skills and advanced emotional intelligence. Senior Residential tutors should be well acquainted with university life, comfortable and experienced with small group and one-on-one gatherings, and committed to collegial life.

Successful applicants will need to commit to one full week of training in February.


Other academic support roles

Graduate residents who would like to offer tutorials and/or consultations but are unable to commit to being a Residential Tutor, can express their interest to provide casual academic support to meet our residents’ needs. Remuneration rates on the right apply and will be paid pro-rata.