Senior Tutor, Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge’s oldest graduate college, Hughes Hall was established in 1885. Our student body now consists of 695 postgraduates and around 180 mature undergraduates in all areas of study and research. The College’s culture is egalitarian and it is commonly described as friendly, open, welcoming, inclusive, nimble and dynamic. The student body is vibrant, diverse and highly international. Through a range of innovative initiatives, the College offers its students a rich experience beyond their academic studies and an opportunity to gain a broader world view and to prepare themselves to have impact in their future careers. Hughes Hall has made significant progress in the last few years, and has ambitious plans for growth. The current incumbent is retiring so the College now seeks to appoint a new Senior Tutor.
This is an exciting opportunity for a strategic leader who combines vision with high levels of interpersonal skills to make a major contribution to the continued development of the College. The Senior Tutor will join a highly committed team of College Officers and will be able to shape the future of the College.
Hughes Hall values diversity, and is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity. The College welcomes expressions of interest and applications from candidates from all communities and a diversity of backgrounds.
To apply, please send a full curriculum vitae and a covering letter outlining how you meet the job description and person specification to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on Wednesday, 17 February 2021.