Student Support And Wellbeing Advisor Jobs Vacancy at University College London London
University College London London urgently required following position for Student Support And Wellbeing Advisor. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Student Support And Wellbeing Advisor Jobs Vacancy at University College London London Jobs Details:
To develop and deliver non-therapeutic support services aimed at enabling study for students with mental health difficulties, wellbeing needs and disabled students.
To provide information advice and support to disabled students and those who may be affected by wellbeing and/or mental health difficulties. This includes face to face (drop-in sessions and appointments), telephone and email support. To identify reasonable adjustments for individual students and liaise with academic and other staff to ensure their needs are disseminated in a confidential manner.
SSW advisers act as the first point of contact to queries from students and staff sent to the SSW email accounts as appropriate and in line with UCLs data protection and confidentiality guidance, referring any complex queries and issues to their manager.
To respond to Student Cause of Concern referrals within 24 hours and liaise with students, staff and medical professionals as appropriate to ensure students are offered support in an effective, sensitive and sympathetic manner.
To provide information advice and support to students who are interrupting their studies and those returning from interruption due to health and wellbeing issues. To obtain medical evidence and arrange appointments with them.
The candidate should have knowledge of issues relating to student welfare and knowledge of NHS and community support services. The candidate must have an understanding of the UK higher education sector.
The candidate should have experience in providing support to students with mental health difficulties, wellbeing needs and disabled students.
The candidate should have experience of working in an administrative support role in a busy office environment. They should possess excellent IT, written spoken communication skills, an organised approach to work with a high standard of accuracy and an ability to prioritise and manage their own workload effectively.
The candidate must have the ability to maintain a calm attitude under pressure, for example when dealing with challenging and stressful situations.