Student Wellbeing & Welfare Adviser
Student Support & Wellbeing Services at King’s College London have an exciting opportunity for two experienced Student Wellbeing & Welfare practitioners to support our diverse community with a variety of complex issues that are impacting on their life and their studies.
Your caseload will be varied and challenging, ranging from sexual violence, domestic violence, bullying & harassment, Safeguarding concerns & students who have a prolonged lack of engagement with their course. At times, the circumstances will require a range of specialist service interventions to support the student’s unique needs and in these cases you will need to keep ownership of the case, liaising with the specialist services and supporting engagement with the student.
Through the Student of Concern process, you will collaborate with other key university services and Faculty teams, making and receiving effective referrals to ensure that the support students receive from the wider university is properly coordinated.
We are looking for candidates who have students’ welfare at the centre of everything they do, are resilient and are great team players. Relevant experience and training in social work, youth work, mental health advice, advice work or similar would be advantageous.