Work for the department
The Department for Continuing Education specialises in providing quality education to adults. To support these efforts we employ a diverse range of staff members, primarily in teaching and research, student support, residential accommodation, catering, and administration.
Find members of staff
If you're looking to contact a member of staff or an office which can give you more information about our programmes, please use the navigation above or the links below to find what you need:
- Find academic and research staff
- Find course contact information
- Find administrative staff (includes our student support staff, and our facilities and catering team.)
Come work with us
The Department is an engaging place to work. We're one of the University's largest departments, and one of the most diverse in terms of people, job roles and opportunities.
Academic staff include full and part-time lecturers and tutors who support our students in over 700 courses across a wide range of subject areas.
Administrative and support staff occupy a wide range of full and part-time jobs within the Department: programme management, research, finance, catering, hospitality, clerical, IT, facilities maintenance, housekeeping and many more.
In addition to the University's comprehensive benefits for staff, the Department's full-service facilities offer convenient amenities for those who work here. Our on-site restaurant serves lunch daily and is available to all staff members at reduced rates. Our library, with a comprehensive lending collection and access to the larger Oxford University library system, is also open to all staff of the Department.
The Department's three facilities are all within walking distance of Oxford's shops, museums and other attractions.
Use the menu to the left to explore job openings in the Department, and to reach pages which pertain to employment at the University generally.
Spotlight on Staff
Angus Hawkins, Director of International and Public Programmes at the Department, has been awarded the title of Professor of History, as a result of the University's annual 'Recognition of Distinction' exercise. Professor Hawkins's area of expertise is 19th Century British History. More...
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