The Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) acts as the hub for the study of development in Oxford University, and provides links to all the major fields of study which bear on the subject. It is also the centre of a worldwide network of scholars and practitioners in developing countries, many of whom have been visitors to the department.
The University of Oxford is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Unless stated otherwise, all applications for our vacancies are made online, through the University of Oxford Jobs and vacancies website (accessible via the links beneath the job adverts on these pages).
If you wish to apply for a vacancy at ODID, please read carefully the details regarding submission in the job description (available via the link to the University vacancies site). These usually ask for a detailed curriculum vitae giving the names and contact details of two (or three, depending on the post) referees (including their telephone number, address and email) plus a supporting statement.
Note to Applicants for Associate Professorships:
Further particulars for Associate Professorship posts are available via the link at the right-hand side of the adverts on these pages. These applications should be made via email and should include: a completed application cover sheet and equal opportunities monitoring form, (available on the advertisement page); a detailed curriculum vitae giving the names and contact details of three referees (including their telephone number, address and email); plus a supporting statement.
Due to the additional work it creates, and in fairness to other applicants, we do not accept late applications for any of our posts. Please ensure that you are aware of the application deadline for any post that you are interested in, and submit yours in plenty of time. All posts close promptly at noon on the advertised closing date.
Should you experience any difficulties in using the University's online application system, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head of Administration, ODID