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From this page you can manage your job search for a future career with the University of St Andrews.

You can register your details, search and apply for live vacancies or sign up for vacancy alerts relevant to your field of interest.

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Please note that the application deadline for all vacancies is midnight GMT on the closing date.

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Driver Labourer/Assistant Storeperson - MC1106SB
Estates
17/01/2018
Charge Hand Cleaner - MC4316MXHM
Estates
19/01/2018
Collaborations & Study Abroad Admininstrator - CG1617HM
Academic Registry
19/01/2018
Research Administrator - CG1619HM
School of Management
21/01/2018
New
Cleaners - MC1151SB
Estates
26/01/2018
New
Event Operations Delivery Driver - RM5838HM
Residential and Business Services
26/01/2018
Analytical Laboratory Technician - TG1099MXML
School of Chemistry
30/01/2018
Lecturer in Russian - AC1307ML
School of Modern Languages
31/01/2018
Lecturer in Mediaeval History, Britain 1000-1300 - AC2152ML
School of History
05/02/2018
Professorship in Scottish History - AC2151ML
School of History
05/02/2018
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