4th September 2017

WHT Communications Coordinator

Do you enjoy finding ways of using new media to communicate and reach out to new audiences? Would you enjoy interacting with dynamic young scholars from across the world? Would you like to play a part in delivering one of Oxford’s most unique and well respected Scholarship Programmes? Are you are you a well organised and efficient individual, willing to take a hands-on role in a small but dynamic team?

Job Description

The Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust (WHT) is a newly established charity based at the Saïd Business School in Oxford.

We are looking for a Communications Coordinator to work on the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships & Leadership Programme. A full description of the job can be found here.

Established ten years ago, the Scholarships & Leadership Programme provides talented young graduates from developing and emerging economies with full scholarships to University of Oxford, alongside a specially created leadership training programme focusing on the skills they will need to become leaders in whatever fields they choose on a national and global scale. It is the largest endowed scholarship supported by Oxford University.

Full details of the WHT activities can be found on the website: http://whtrust.org/about/

Salary: £28,000-£30,000 (depending on experience)

Hours: Full time, including some evening and weekend working for events and during busy periods. Overtime will not be paid, but time off in lieu can be taken upon agreement with the WHT Director.

Leave entitlement: 25 days plus bank holidays

How to apply: Please send your CV and a covering letter to info@whtrust.org In your letter you should include details of your relevant experience and why you would be well-suited for the role, with reference to the job description and person specification. The subject line of your e-mail should read: Application for the position of Projects Manager.

Recruitment timetable: The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 20 September 2017, with interviews taking place in Oxford or over Skype the same week.