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Wellbeing Adviser
Ref. 50057017

Salary: £41,715 per annum (Inc. LWA)

Department: Student & Academic Services

Location: Central London & Harrow

There are two full time roles working 35 hours per week and fixed term until December 2020

With over 22,000 students, the University of Westminster has a diverse student body and is committed to promoting effective and efficient support. The University of Westminster currently has around 1750 students across its four sites who have declared a disability. We are seeking to recruit two Wellbeing Advisers to work within the Student Support and Residential Life service cluster. 

The post holders will play a key role in providing specialist wellbeing-related advice and support to students, working closely with colleagues across the University and externally to achieve this. 

Reporting to the Head of Student Support and Residential Life (or nominee), Wellbeing Advisers will develop and provide proactive, early intervention specialist support to students who may experience significant barriers to study due to their personal circumstances. They will play a role in safeguarding and protection of vulnerable students, through direct intervention, signposting or referral to specialist services. 

Wellbeing Advisers will deliver a range of innovative interventions and activities to promote positive student health and wellbeing across the University, promoting good practice and delivering training across the University in relation to student support and safeguarding matters. Applicants will be expected to have relevant professional qualifications and experience as detailed in the person specification. 

To apply for this vacancy please click above. Further information can be found in the job description and person specification, which can be accessed through link below. 

Closing date: midnight on 21 November 2019

Interviews are likely to be held on: 3 and 4 December 2019

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