Our Opportunities


Volunteering co-ordinator (paid role)

Volunteering is a fundamental part of our social mission.

We’re looking for a recent or soon-to-be graduate to join us as our new Volunteering Co-ordinator.

You’ll enjoy a varied role that combines co-ordination of the volunteer recruitment and training process, with day-to-day management of volunteer communications and engagement, event planning and delivery, and an active role as the external face of OxFizz to critical stakeholder groups.

One of the great benefits of this role is the opportunity to build a personal network of relationships with a brilliant cohort of volunteers working across a variety of different sectors.

To read more about the role and how you can apply, see the full job pack here. The application form is here, and the deadline for applications is 9am 20th May 2019.

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summer school activity coordinators (paid roles)

Each year OxFizz runs the Oxbridge International Summer School, based in Oxford. The summer school offers the opportunity for students aged 14 - 18 from around the world to experience university life in the UK.

We’re looking for a friendly and motivated student/recent graduate to join our summer school as Activity Coordinators.

You will coordinate the student activities on the summer school – including accompanying students on trips out, arranging games and quiz nights, and generally being a friendly and motivating role model for our students.

We can offer you valuable experience working with young people in a friendly team, as well as a competitive salary, with accommodation, breakfast and dinner included for the duration of the summer school programme.

To read more about the role and how you can apply, see the full job pack here. The deadline for applications is Midday 20th May 2019.

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Summer school tutor (Voluntary)

We’re recruiting for volunteer academic tutors for our 2019 summer school.

With our support and guidance, you will prepare a short course in a subject you’re passionate about, and deliver this across a series of morning tutorials in the summer.

This role is ideal for a candidate looking to gain undergraduate-style teaching experience, while raising money for a charity of their choice. All of our summer school students are aged 15 - 18, and are selected based on their academic aptittude and motivation to learn.

Tutoring is low commitment, and for your time we will donate £750 to a charity of your choice. You can find full information on the role here.

If you have any questions, please be in touch with Rachael, our Programme Director.



If you would like to discuss any of these roles before applying, please feel free to get in touch with Lee Robertson