The College wishes to appoint someone to lead on welfare provision and the encouragement of wellbeing in the College, to coordinate the welfare team and to provide welfare support to the College’s students and staff. The Welfare Lead will generally be the first point of support and guidance to undergraduate and graduate students and provide second-line support to the student Junior Deans, Peer Supporters, and student Welfare Reps. The post holder will also support the College Officers in the handling of acute situations and provide ongoing support for students and staff who are in difficulty or in need of advice. There may be frequent contact with the College’s linked GP surgery, and with the University’s central administration, especially the Student Welfare and Support Services (including the Counselling Service and Disability Advisory Service).
The Welfare Lead will contribute to strategic decision making to ensure that the College supports and enhances the welfare and wellbeing of all its students and staff in the best ways possible and informed by best practice.
Hours: An average of 18.75 hours per week (0.5 FTE), counted across the whole year. Hours must be spread across all weekdays. Some flexibility in hours is necessary during the weeks of term when the role may require more hours to be worked. Any excess hours should be recorded and recovered outside of term, by arrangement.
Grade/Salary: Grade 7 £33,309-£44,706 pro rata
Contract type: 3 years with possibility of renewal
For further information and details of how to apply for the role, please see the Further Particulars.
The closing date for applications is 17:00, Monday 13 June 2022.