Work with us - job opportunities
Our department is made up of a diverse mix of people and we actively promote a culture that supports a healthy work–life balance, this includes provisions to support family-friendly working.
The University of Oxford recognises this through a range of policies including flexible working and teleworking and a family leave policy that includes schemes for maternity, paternity, parental and adoption leave.
The department is supportive of individuals who want to explore options for flexible working, such as working part-time or condensed hours, even where a formal request under the University policy would not be possible. Line managers and individuals are encouraged to discuss options with Clare Wickings, HR Manager.
We are regularly adding new posts as funding for new research projects comes online. Opportunities may arise for researchers, clinical trial managers, statisticians, administrators, systematic reviewers, study co-ordinators and a range of other posts. We welcome applications from candidates interested in undertaking and supporting the highest quality research in primary care.
Unless stated otherwise all applications for our vacancies are made on line through the University of Oxford jobs website and only in very exceptional circumstances can we receive applications via other means. If you have a disability or other compelling reason that prevents you submitting an application on line please email our recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
Due to the additional work it creates and in fairness to other applicants, we are unable to accept late applications, so please make sure you are aware of the application deadline and submit yours in plenty of time. All posts close promptly at noon on the closing date (and remember to allow for technical hitches!)
Please follow the link in the posted advert to see further particulars and to apply. As part of your application, you will be required to upload the documents below:
1. A Curriculum Vitae, (for most posts, but not required for posts at grades 1-5 as a fuller on-line application form is completed)
2. A letter of application/supporting statement.
If you are applying for a research post and you have had periods of working part-time, please indicate this on your CV or in your supporting statement. This will ensure that any outputs such as publications are fairly judged when considered alongside the expected outputs of full-time workers.
Where posts are advertised full-time, we may be able to consider part-time working or job share arrangements depending on the requirements of the role. If you want to work part-time and this option is not expressly stated in the advert or job information, please email email@example.com to enquire whether the role you are applying for might be available on a part-time basis.
Should you experience any difficulties using the online application system, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To return to the online application at any stage, please click on the following link www.recruit.ox.ac.uk
Sometimes emails from us may be caught in spam filters. If you are waiting to hear from us about an application please monitor your junk email folder. We contact all candidates to let them know the outcome whether they are shortlisted for interview or not.
Please be aware that for some positions we receive a high volume of applications and, although we do try to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates when requested, we are not always able to give individual feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted for interview. We shortlist candidates based on the selection criteria that you will find towards the end of the job description.
Our main site is Oxford's Radcliffe Observatory Quarter on Woodstock Road, where we are housed in the Radcliffe Primary Care Building and the Gibson Building.