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Student Life Advisers (8 posts)

University of East Anglia

Norwich, Norfolk

Published
05-08-2019
Job ad details
Published
05-08-2019
Expires
19-08-2019
Job ID
330068000
Job type
Full-time
Job sector
Admin, Secretarial, PA, Education and Teaching


Student Services

Student and Academic Services Division

 

UEA STUDENT SERVICES EMBEDDED SCHOOL SUPPORT TEAM

 

Student Life Advisers (8 posts) - £22,017 to £25,482 per annum REF: SC3628

 

The Student Services Embedded School Support Team is a new and exciting development within the UEA and Student Services.  This is an opportunity for enthusiastic and innovative individuals to be part of the development and delivery of this key service development.  You will have the opportunity to work with the Student Services Senior Management Team to shape, deliver and evaluate this service, playing a vital role in ensuring that students are supported to effectively engage in their studies and university life. 

 

The Student Services Embedded School Support Team will provide support to students in their Schools of Study. They will focus on supporting students to effectively engage in university life and their academic studies appropriately through the monitoring of engagement, attendance and progress alongside the promotion of positive wellbeing for students and a more proactive and inclusive approach to wellbeing in schools.  

 

The Embedded School Support Team will be made up of an Embedded Team Manager, Wellbeing Advisers and Student Life Advisers who will work closely together to support Schools Academic Advisers in promoting positive engagement amongst their student population. Team members will be allocated to a number of specific schools within a Faculty.

 

The team will offer specialist student-centred advice and guidance and short term therapeutic support to students with a wide variety of issues as well as supporting academic advisers in their pastoral role.

 

The team will be a key link between the Schools of Study and central Student Services, ensuring that students in need of the specialist interventions available through the Student Services are able to access these, and that systems work together to support the student in a holistic and joined up way. 

 

The team will also play an active and important role in the promotion of wellbeing within the school environment.  Promoting increased understanding and awareness of disability, mental health and wellbeing as well as challenging stigma and encouraging inclusive practice. 

 

All posts are available immediately on an indefinite basis, and will be subject to a criminal record check at Enhanced level from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

 

Applications from candidates from a minority ethnic background are particularly welcome as these groups are currently underrepresented within Student Services. 

 

Closing date for all posts:           2 September 2019

 

To apply for these vacancies, please follow the online instructions by clicking APPLY to be redirected to our website.

 

The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder,

currently working towards Silver.

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3300680002019-08-05T13:00:29.533Student Life Advisers (8 posts)

Student Services

Student and Academic Services Division

 

UEA STUDENT SERVICES EMBEDDED SCHOOL SUPPORT TEAM

 

Student Life Advisers (8 posts) - £22,017 to £25,482 per annum REF: SC3628

 

The Student Services Embedded School Support Team is a new and exciting development within the UEA and Student Services.  This is an opportunity for enthusiastic and innovative individuals to be part of the development and delivery of this key service development.  You will have the opportunity to work with the Student Services Senior Management Team to shape, deliver and evaluate this service, playing a vital role in ensuring that students are supported to effectively engage in their studies and university life. 

 

The Student Services Embedded School Support Team will provide support to students in their Schools of Study. They will focus on supporting students to effectively engage in university life and their academic studies appropriately through the monitoring of engagement, attendance and progress alongside the promotion of positive wellbeing for students and a more proactive and inclusive approach to wellbeing in schools.  

 

The Embedded School Support Team will be made up of an Embedded Team Manager, Wellbeing Advisers and Student Life Advisers who will work closely together to support Schools Academic Advisers in promoting positive engagement amongst their student population. Team members will be allocated to a number of specific schools within a Faculty.

 

The team will offer specialist student-centred advice and guidance and short term therapeutic support to students with a wide variety of issues as well as supporting academic advisers in their pastoral role.

 

The team will be a key link between the Schools of Study and central Student Services, ensuring that students in need of the specialist interventions available through the Student Services are able to access these, and that systems work together to support the student in a holistic and joined up way. 

 

The team will also play an active and important role in the promotion of wellbeing within the school environment.  Promoting increased understanding and awareness of disability, mental health and wellbeing as well as challenging stigma and encouraging inclusive practice. 

 

All posts are available immediately on an indefinite basis, and will be subject to a criminal record check at Enhanced level from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

 

Applications from candidates from a minority ethnic background are particularly welcome as these groups are currently underrepresented within Student Services. 

 

Closing date for all posts:           2 September 2019

 

To apply for these vacancies, please follow the online instructions by clicking APPLY to be redirected to our website.

 

The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder,

currently working towards Silver.

Student Services Student and Academic Services Division UEA STUDENT SERVICES EMBEDDED SCHOOL SUPPORT TEAM Student Life Advisers (8 posts) - £22,017 to £25,482 per annum REF: SC3628 The Student Services Embedded School Support Team is a new and exciting development within the UEA and Student Services. This is an opportunity for enthusiastic and innovative individuals to be part of the development and delivery of this key service development. You will have the opportunity to work with the Student Services Senior Management Team to shape, deliver and evaluate this service, playing a vital role in ensuring that students are supported to effectively engage in their studies and university life. The Student Services Embedded School Support Team will provide support to students in their Schools of Study. They will focus on supporting students to effectively engage in university life and their academic studies appropriately through the monitoring of engagement, attendance and progress alongside the promotion of positive wellbeing for students and a more proactive and inclusive approach to wellbeing in schools. The Embedded School Support Team will be made up of an Embedded Team Manager, Wellbeing Advisers and Student Life Advisers who will work closely together to support Schools Academic Advisers in promoting positive engagement amongst their student population. Team members will be allocated to a number of specific schools within a Faculty. The team will offer specialist student-centred advice and guidance and short term therapeutic support to students with a wide variety of issues as well as supporting academic advisers in their pastoral role. The team will be a key link between the Schools of Study and central Student Services, ensuring that students in need of the specialist interventions available through the Student Services are able to access these, and that systems work together to support the student in a holistic and joined up way. The team will also play an active and important role in the promotion of wellbeing within the school environment. Promoting increased understanding and awareness of disability, mental health and wellbeing as well as challenging stigma and encouraging inclusive practice. All posts are available immediately on an indefinite basis, and will be subject to a criminal record check at Enhanced level from the Disclosure and Barring Service. Applications from candidates from a minority ethnic background are particularly welcome as these groups are currently underrepresented within Student Services. Closing date for all posts: 2 September 2019 To apply for these vacancies, please follow the online instructions by clicking APPLY to be redirected to our website. The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Silver.NORFK10per year10000000000aUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2019-08-19T00:00:000000https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/0EuropeUnited KingdomEastNorfolkNorwich1621547University of East Anglia10NR4 7TJNorwichUKUnited Kingdom1621547_logo_large.jpg1621547_logo_small.jpg152.622369401.2413911001603 593493UKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom8Full-time12English3Fluent118University2Some experienceEducation & Childcare114961210Student counselling2Some experienceEducation & Childcare235902Student Counsellor102Admin, Secretarial, PA111Education and Teaching32518910101603 593493UKUnited Kingdomen-GB

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Published
05-08-2019
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19-08-2019
Job ID
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Job sector
Admin, Secretarial, PA, Education and Teaching
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