Jobs and Studentships

Jobs and Studentships in the Department of Education

Vacancies in the Department of Education are advertised on the University of Oxford’s Jobs and Vacancies pages

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Rees Centre Administrator

Grade 5: £24,983 – £29,799 p.a.

The post is full-time for a fixed-term contract of 12 months in the first instance.

We are looking to recruit a highly organised Administrator to provide proactive, practical administrative support to this busy, friendly research Centre – the Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education. As the Administrator you will work as part of a small administrative team to provide financial, communications, and project support to help the Centre run in an efficient and coordinated way. This role provides an opportunity to work across all areas of the centre, and requires someone capable of prioritising competing and varied demands on their time.

Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Monday 12 February 2018 will be considered. Interviews will be held on Monday 5 March 2018. 

Research studentship: Young children’s language and literacy development and educational technology

3-year DPhil studentship (x 2)

The successful DPhil students will work on the KindOx research programme, a 3-year research agenda aimed at investigating and enhancing the educational content of the Magic Kinder App (MKA) produced by Kinder/Ferrero International. Candidates are invited to design their own proposal as a starting point for this process and will be (co) supervised by either Professor Victoria Murphy, Dr. Maria Evangelou or Dr. Rebecca Eynon depending on the focus and direction of the research.

ESRC Grand Union collaborative doctoral studentship with the Edge Foundation

The Centre on Skills, Knowledge & Economic Performance (SKOPE) at the Department of Education is awarding an ESRC collaborative doctoral studentship in one of the following areas:
skills and their interaction with the labour market, work and the productive process; science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) instruction and use in the labour market; vocational education and training more generally (including apprenticeships); work experience across all stages of education. This studentship is co-funded by The Edge foundation and by the ESRC Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership.