Chef de Partie

St Catherine’s is one of the newest and largest Colleges in the University of Oxford, catering for a wide range of dining, from banquets and formal private dinners to meals for students. All dishes are made fresh from scratch on a daily basis, and the College Kitchen has an enviable reputation for the quality of its food.

We now have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Chef de Partie to join our friendly, professional team and gain experience in a large Kitchen, whilst being supported to build on their culinary skills. The successful candidate will be a strong team player, passionate about producing great food, and able to provide the high standards we require across all sections of the Kitchen. Ideally you will be qualified to City and Guilds 7061/2 (or equivalent) or will have equivalent professional experience.

The salary is set within the range £21,840 - £23,920 per annum, comprising 40 hours per week.

Benefits include parking on site, free use of the College gym, meals without charge whilst on duty, pension, season ticket loans, and free uniform.

More details can be found in the further particulars:
Further Particulars (Word version)
Further Particulars (PDF version)

To apply please complete an application cover form and recruitment monitoring form and email them together with a cover letter and C.V. to personnel@stcatz.ox.ac.uk. Application Form
Recruitment Monitoring Form

The closing date for receipt of applications is midday on Monday 19 March 2018.
 

John Bayley Celebration

A celebration of the Life of John Bayley was held on Monday, 9th November, in the Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre at St Catherine’s.

Over 50 Fellows, colleagues and former students came together to share memories of the former English tutor at New College, who moved to St Catherine’s in 1974 as the first Warton Professor of English Literature.

As an academic, Bayley made his name as a literary critic and a specialist in Pushkin and Goethe. Former students remembered Bayley for instilling in them a lasting delight in literature as a way of engaging with the world.

The Katritzky Lecture 2017

St Catz and the University of Oxford Chemistry Department are delighted to be welcoming Professor Tony Cheetham FRS to give this year's Katritzky Lecture. 

Professor Cheetham, Treasurer and Vice-President of the Royal Society and Professor at the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy in the University of Cambridge, will be speaking on ‘New Materials for the 21st Century’:

Michael Billington Book Discussion Success

Last week St Catz alumnus Michael Billington returned to the College to discuss his latest book The 101 Greatest Plays from Antiquity to the Present (Faber, 2015) with English Fellow Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr. The event was a fantastic success, with the audience of students, Fellows, and visitors from across the university and city enjoying listening to Michael Billington’s vast experience of drama from his many decades as Guardian theatre critic.  He also shed light on how his experience of studying English at Catz fed directly into his career.

Professor Eleanor Stride gains Red Women Award

Professor Eleanor Stride has been named as one of Red Magazine’s Women of the Year for her work on using tiny bubbles to improve the delivery of cancer treatment.

As a part scientist and part engineer, Professor Stride's work has the potential to change lives, by making better use of chemotherapy drugs to change the way cancer is treated.

Buy the 2016 Oxford Almanack!

You can still buy your copy of the 2016 Oxford Almanack!

It is only the second time in the Oxford Almanack's 340-year history that St Catz has been featured and this time it is portrayed in a beautiful painting by Cathy Read. The remainder of the sheet consists of a calendar for the year, which also includes information relevant to the university, as well as, for instance, sunrise and sunset times. Our inclusion in this year's Almanack will, in years to come, mark an important milestone in St Catz history and is a real tribute to the College community.

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