Residential Wellbeing Coordinator Student Operations and Support Location: Brighton - Falmer and Moulsecoomb
Salary: £33,966 to £38,205 per annum Closing Date: Sunday 01 October 2023 Reference: SO5337-23-322
Are you passionate about creating a vibrant and supportive community within a university setting? Do you enjoy working with young adults guiding and nurturing their personal and social development? If so, our Residential Wellbeing Coordinator role might be the perfect position for you to shine and make a meaningful difference in the lives of our students.
We are seeking 2 x Residential Wellbeing Coordinators to support and shape our Residential Life programme:
About Us: The Residential Wellbeing programme is a strand of the Student Wellbeing Service and forms a key part of the welcome and support network for students living in university accommodation. At its core is a mentoring programme based on senior students living and working in the University halls of residence providing support to their peers. The programme aims to create a safe and supportive living environment to enrich the student experience, develop a sense of community and foster a sense of belonging through the delivery of co-curricular activities.
Key responsibilities: As a Residential Wellbeing Coordinator you will support the recruitment, training, and management of a team of Student Residential Advisers and the delivery of a planned programme of social events. You will welcome and engage proactively with students living in halls of residence creating a smooth transition into university life by providing pastoral support, guidance, advice, and onward referral where appropriate. You will work 121 with students with complex mental health concerns or students in crisis by working with internal and external services to manage the level of risk.
Why this role is so rewarding: As the Residential Wellbeing Coordinator you will have the unique privilege of shaping the student experience outside of their studies. You will have a lot of autonomy in the role and freedom to develop and help deliver engaging social events and wellbeing initiatives. There is the freedom and budget for creativity. You will also work directly with students and develop a close relationship with both the Student Residential Advisers and residents, which is not only encouraged but a cornerstone of the role. You will develop friendships, witness students grow through their university experience, impact their lives and at the same time cultivate your own leadership and communication skills. An enjoyable element of the role is working with staff across the University from Estates, to Security, to the Accommodation Office and other strands of the Student Wellbeing Team.
To be successful in this post you will:
You will be required to undertake a DBS check if appointed to this post. We welcome applications from candidates wishing to job share.
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The University is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment for all staff regardless of age, disability, family or caring responsibilities, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief (including non-belief), sex and sexual orientation. We embrace equality and diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment and are committed to maintaining a supportive and inclusive community. We particularly encourage applicants from Minority Ethnic backgrounds because the University is under-represented by Minority Ethnic staff.
For the vast majority of our roles, we operate an agile working system with time split between working on campus and at the employee's home. It is the University's expectation that home working will take place within the UK.
Further information about working for us, as well as the wide range of benefits we offer, can be found in the working with us section of our vacancies page.
Residential Wellbeing Coordinator
University of Brighton
September 16, 2023
October 01, 2023
Business and Economics,Education,Social Science
About the employer
Founded as the Brighton College of Art in 1858, the University of Brighton attained the university status in 1992. It is a quadri-campus public university. The Faculty of Arts & Architecture and School of Pharmacy & Biomolecular Sciences are the subsidiaries of the University of Brighton. It currently holds a student strength of more than 20,000. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, apprenticeship and top-up programs. M. Phil, Ph.D., and professional doctorate degree courses are also offered.
With campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne on the south coast of England, the university is multi-disciplinary in its approach. The broad academic departments include subjects like Applied Social Sciences; Architecture & Design; Art; Business; Computing, Engineering & Mathematics; Education; Environment & Technology; Health Sciences; Humanities; Media; Pharmacy & Biomolecular Sciences; and Sport & Service Management. Also, it maintains Doctoral College; Language Institute and Medical School.
The University of Brighton is the storehouse of several valid academic research programs, designed for solving practical problems and improving the lives of the general public. The institution is known to prepare its students for handling real-life problems by imparting training through its activities and curriculum. There are career centers in the university, guiding and mentoring students to acquire jobs based on their individual skills.
The university has several scholarship facilities for both national and international candidates. It offers University International Scholarships, Sports Scholarships, and Merit Scholarships. The yearly end-of-the-year assessments are taken into consideration for awarding scholarships.