How do I apply to be a Sub-Warden in 2023?
Applications open mid July 2022. A link to the online application process will be posted here when applications open. Please check out the Sub-Warden FAQ, which have answers to the most common questions.
On the application form, you will be asked to identify up to three colleges that you would like to consider your application.
What is unique about being a SW is how it is so people-oriented; the relationships formed with both the residents and the staff who work alongside you are hands down the best part of the role. I encourage anyone who is thinking about being a SW to give it a go – you won’t regret it!
Marianne (SW 2020)
Being a SW is a rewarding learning experience that challenges you to grow and adapt as an individual … It is a great way to develop yourself as a well-rounded individual whilst having a super enjoyable year!
Hannah (SW 2020)
There is rarely a dull moment in this job. From organising sporting and cultural events, to delivering world-leading pastoral care to residents in need - the variety of work is vast.
Duncan (SW 2019 and 2020)
Being a SW has been the best personal development opportunity I've ever had, and I definitely don't see it as 'work'. The term pastoral care is so varied, and you get the chance to help so many people- who often need your support for very different reasons. Seeing the residents thrive academically and socially in their home away from home makes everything we do as a team so worthwhile.
Yvonne (SW 2020)
Sub-Wardens appointment time frame
|mid July 2022||Applications open |
Apply for the Sub-Warden vacancy.
|17 July 2022||Information session, St David Complex Seminar Room A-B|
|19 July 2022||Information session, St David Complex Seminar Room A-B |
|27 July 2022||Applications close|
|8 August 2022||Verbal offers made (recipients to be given 24 hours to decide whether to accept/decline) |
Interviews can be offered as soon as applications are received, so there's no need to wait until the deadline to apply