Hi. Oxford Prof here. The comments of those who have noted that universities in the UK have typically not considered placement in the same way as their US counterparts are obviously correct. Apart from anything else, remember that British doctorates are typically shorter and people who want to stay in academia often go on to post-docs before permanent academic jobs. The nature of the academic job market is just very different in the UK and Europe than in the US, and some commenters clearly just don't get that. And yes, many people with doctorates have no intention of going into academica. (For what it's worth, I can't think of a single person from Oxford in my field in recent years who wanted an academic job who hasn't got one - now admittedly, there's self-selection here, fields vary, etc etc - but still.) In particular, not many people with Oxford doctorates go on the US market. DPIR does actually have a placement officer (who isn't called that but who fills that role) - a senior academic with experience of the North American market who in particular advises students who are looking for jobs in the US and Canada. But having said all of that, I'm struck by the Economics and Philosophy pages, which I haven't seen before (the weirdly obsessive re-posting of them notwithstanding). Maybe we need something similar.
This reeks of typical English (or is it Oxford?) arrogance. "You simply don't understand our system." Also, like Frazier said, those links were posted once.
Your department is failing to provide what is becoming more and more a standard, reasonable, and expected service of top departments worldwide. As you've said, perhaps you do need something similar.