The Møller Centre provides a unique working environment with a desire to support personal growth and development. If you are thinking of joining us as an employee, you need to be passionate about excellent delivery, share our values and love going the extra mile for clients.

We are committed to being a Best Companies accredited organisation. Best Companies have been producing and publishing The Sunday Times’ Best Companies to Work For lists since 2001 to measure and acknowledge excellence in workplace engagement. In 2016, the Møller Centre achieved Best Companies one star accreditation. This award recognises our commitment to listening to our employees, improving engagement levels and ensuring we continually strive to achieve our vision to be the “employee’s first choice”.

As a result of business growth and expansion we are always looking for customer focused, career minded individuals to join our team.

To apply for any of the positions advertised, simply email your completed application form to

Finance Administration Assistant (part time)

Part time – 15 hours per week, working 09.00-17:00, including a Monday each week.

We are looking for someone professional and enthusiastic to support the Finance team to ensure that all invoices are registered and processed efficiently. This position will also assist with other financial and associated administrative tasks to ensure that timely and accurate financial reports can be prepared.

Accuracy and attention to detail are essential for this role and you will be calm under pressure, communicate clearly and enjoy working within a team. You will also possess exceptional administration and numeracy skills, along with detailed knowledge of both Microsoft Word and Excel.

The successful candidate will have completed their level 3 AAT qualification or will currently be studying at this level. Knowledge of Sage 50 is desirable but not essential.

Contact: Tracey Brock, Management Accountant

Closing date: 20th  November 2016

Programme Manager (full time)

The Møller Centre, an award winning management Centre for leadership development and executive education, is looking for a Programme Manager to work within our Executive Education team.

The Møller Centre is an approved Executive Education provider of the Board of Executive and Professional Education at The University of Cambridge (BEPE) and its programmes are approved through The Møller Education Standards Committee under the auspices of Churchill College to meet the highest standards.

As Programme Manager you will manage the delivery of both open enrolment and customised programmes to meet the clients’ business needs.

As such you will have the ability and intellect to work with very senior members of both national and international organisations, being aware and adaptable to the cultural sensitivities of working with international clients. First class organisational skills are essential to manage a varied and significant portfolio of work, at times under pressure. The ability to be accurate and decisive, working independently and as part of our award winning team is also required.

The successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s or first degree and possess excellent spoken and written communication skills, alongside exceptional interpersonal and presentation skills. IT skills, including the full suite of Microsoft Office, are also essential for this position.

A passion for learning and development as well as previous experience in the management of programmes, preferably in a higher education environment, would be highly desirable.  Knowledge and experience of working with a learning management platform (online learning) would also be helpful.

Contact: Laura Websdale, HR & Training Manager

Closing date: 21 October 2016

Junior Sous Chef (full time)

Full time – 38.5 hours a week, 10 over 14, including some weekends

Responsible to the Executive Chef, Head Chef and Sous Chef for the day-to-day management of the kitchen department with the ability to deputise in their absence.

Experienced and qualified, the successful applicant will be able to produce the highest standard of cuisine and will be passionate about creating inspirational menus, delivering exceptional food and customer service. An appreciation and knowledge of market trends within the industry is highly desirable.

You will also be required to work closely with the Food and Beverage team on a daily basis to ensure customer expectations are exceeded at every opportunity.

Experience in a dynamic hotel or similar environment would be advantageous.

Contact: Alex Bigot, Executive Chef

Closing date: 31 October 2016

Housekeeping Supervisor (full time)

Full time – 37.5 hours a week, 10 over 14, including some weekends

We are looking for a customer focussed individual with strong attention to detail skills, someone who is able to actively engage with our clients and drive standards within the Housekeeping Team.

The successful candidate will be required to assist and support the Front of House Manager and Senior Housekeeping Supervisor in the day to day running of the Housekeeping Department, working with the team to ensure a high level of cleanliness is maintained in all areas, exceeding our client’s expectations.

Experience in planning and strong communication skills are essential. Passion and commitment to maintaining high standards along with the ability to prioritise, motivate and influence the Housekeeping team on a daily basis is also required.

Contact: Tracey Burt, Front of House Manager

Closing date: 31 October 2016

Housekeeping Attendant (casual)

Flexible hours between 08.00-15.00, including some weekends

We are looking for customer-focused individuals to join our dedicated Housekeeping team. The overall objective is to focus on venue presentation and to clean our guest bedrooms to a high standard. Previous experience in a similar role would be advantageous although training can be provided for the right candidates.

The successful candidate/s will be required to clean our guest bedrooms and public areas to the agreed standard.

Flexibility is essential as are high levels of attention to detail. Experience in a similar role would be advantageous, although training can be provided.

Contact: Tracey Burt, Front of House Manager

Closing date: 31 October 2016

Food and Beverage Assistant (casual)

Flexible hours between 06.30 – 23.00

Responsible for the service of all food and beverages to the Centre’s customers, including buffet service, private dining, coffee stations, breakout requirements and bar. The successful candidate/s will also assist the Study Centre Duty Manager and Technical Services Team with servicing the meeting rooms.

Contact: Jason Middleton, Food and Beverage Manager

Closing date: 31 October 2016

Kitchen Porter (casual)

Casual – Hours as and when required. Working predominantly between 07.00-23.00, including some weekends.

Responsible for maintaining a consistently high standard of hygiene and cleanliness within a busy kitchen environment. Flexibility, sound communication skills, initiative and a strong work ethic is essential.

Previous experience in a similar role is desirable.

Contact: Chris Lawrenson, Sous Chef

Closing date: 31 October 2016