Junior 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 great opportunity for a Junior Chef de Partie to join our friendly, professional team. This is a newly created post, which will allow you to gain experience in a large Kitchen, covering breakfast and vegetable cooking, whilst being supported to build on your culinary skills in other sections. The successful candidate will be a strong team player, passionate about producing great food. 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 of £18,720 - £20,800 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 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 1 October 2018. 

Getting all animated over science education

As an educational establishment, St Catz is all about finding accessible ways to teach the next generation. That's why we are so pleased with the recent achievements of our Alum, Keith Ross (1963, Metallurgy), who has written and narrated the scripts for a series of animated videos which are designed to help children study and revise for their science exams.

International Taxation and the Extractive Industries

Philip Daniel (1966, PPE)

International Taxation and the Extractive Industries (Routledge, 2016)

This book, edited by Philip Daniel, Michael Keen, Artur Świstak and Victor Thuronyi,  includes contributions from current and former IMF staff  and outside experts. It deals with topical issues of revenue-raising from oil, gas and minerals where international and cross-border transactions predominate.

The Road to Corbyn

Dr Rob Donovan (1967, Modern History)

The Road to Corbyn (Matador, 2016)

Following the style of Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress, The Road to Corbyn begins with the conceit of a dream in which Pilgrim, a contemporary seeker after truth, is introduced to the characters Hope, Charity, and the Interpreter. The Interpreter is Pilgrims guide, the voice that presents the big picture of the human species and their development, particularly within the last two hundred and fifty years.

Alexi Ayliff Vellianitis

BMus Lond, MSt Oxf
College Lecturer in Music

Dominic Alonzi

MBiochem, DPhil
College Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences


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