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CURRENT VACANCIES

All current vacancies are listed below. However, we are always interested in hearing from potential candidates.

If you are interested in joining our team and you meet the criteria for one of the roles in the 'Typical Vacancies' section below, we encourage you to get in touch and send a copy of your CV to personnel@economics.ox.ac.uk.

 


Communications and Events Manager

Salary Range: Grade 7: £31,604 - £38,833 p.a.

Closes: Thursday, 04 October 2018

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Nuffield Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Economics (4 positions available)

Salary Range: Grade 7: In the region of £32,236-£39, 609 p.a. with an annual research allowance of £2,819 p.a.

Closes: Monday, 15 October 2018

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Associate Professorships of Economics

Salary Range: Grade 10a: Salary ranges between £47,263 - £63,463 p.a. Plus a College Housing Allowance (currently ranging between £8,253 and £10,000 p.a.) or in some cases college accommodation free of rent subject to availability

Department of Economics, Manor Road Building, Oxford and Lady Margaret Hall, Merton College and St Edmund Hall

Closes: Wednesday, 31 October 2018

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Working with us

The University of Oxford’s Department of Economics is one of the largest and most diverse groups of academic economists in Europe. We currently have a permanent faculty of 50, including 10 statutory (established) professors, and more than 30 early career researchers who are on fixed-term appointments of 3 or 4 years.

The research activity of the Department is broad-based, and we aim to produce first-class research outcomes across a range of areas, rather than specialising in particular sub-fields. Academics work within small and focused research groups, which provide an active and supportive environment for Department members to facilitate the development of high-quality research. Each group is convened by a senior member of the Department who is responsible for coordinating group activities, including regular workshops and seminars.

The Department’s seminar series is incredibly active, with up to 17 different seminars and workshops running each week. Seminars provide a platform for researchers to present their research and obtain valuable feedback, as well as an opportunity to discuss the latest high-quality research in their specialised areas. Distinguished researchers from outside Oxford also visit us on a weekly basis to present their work at our seminar series.

 

TYPICAL VACANCIES

Each year, we advertise a range of different academic positions within the Department. Information about the specifications of roles that we typically advertise are available by following the links below: