Apply to join our Warden teams

To support its academic mission, the College recognises the importance of providing a high-quality student experience, which offers support and development opportunities to its students in all aspects of student life. The college has 14 halls of residence, accommodating circa 3100 undergraduate students in total. Each hall has a residential Warden who has overall responsibility for fostering an inclusive and safe community for residents, in order to support their academic journey and transition to independent living. 

Each hall also has a team of Sub-Wardens who support the Warden in maintaining good discipline and play a key role in community development and delivering pastoral support to student residents. Successful Wardens and Sub-Wardens will have a strong desire to help students develop a balanced approach to university life, have excellent organizational and inter-personal skills and the ability to work effectively in a close-knit team.

These are voluntary positions open to members of the College community - please check your eligibility for specific posts - and applications from those with experience of student pastoral care are particularly encouraged. Post holders are provided with accommodation at no cost (including rent, furnishings and essential amenities). 

If you are interested in finding out more about our halls of residence, please get in touch at

Current vacancies


The College welcomes applications for the role of Sub-Warden in our undergraduate halls of residence. We currently have a vacancy at Beit. The posts will be available from January, although there is flexibility with start dates. Please find below the relevant role description, the Warden Roles and Responsibilities and the two parts of the application form.

Applicants should submit both parts of the application form to We are currently accepting applications for the academic year 2021-22, please get in touch as soon as possible with your application if you are interested. Enquiries about the application process and the roles themselves can be made to