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Student Wellbeing Advisor

Employer
UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
Location
Surrey, United Kingdom
Salary
£30,487 to £34,980
Closing date
18 Jun 2024

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Health and Wellbeing Services

Location:  Guildford
Salary:  £30,487 to £34,980
Post Type:  Full Time
Closing Date:  23.59 hours BST on Tuesday 18 June 2024
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  025924

Join our dedicated team at the University of Surrey and make a significant impact on student lives as a Student Wellbeing Advisor.

Your expertise and passion for student welfare will be instrumental in nurturing a supportive university atmosphere. This brand new role will be integral to the proactive and whole university approach to wellbeing that Surrey has in it’s strategic direction. 

Role & Responsibilities:

As a Student Wellbeing Advisor at the University of Surrey, your core objective is to provide holistic support and guidance to students, promoting their mental health, emotional wellbeing, and overall resilience.

You will play a vital role in fostering a culture of wellbeing across the university community by offering personalised advice, resources, and interventions to help students navigate the challenges they may encounter during their academic journey.

Through one-on-one support, workshops, and outreach activities, you will empower students to develop coping strategies, build resilience, and access appropriate support services.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Provide confidential and non-judgmental support to students facing mental health, emotional, or personal challenges through one-on-one meetings, actively listening to their concerns, and offering practical advice and resources.
  • Respond promptly and effectively to students experiencing crises or emergencies, providing immediate support, referrals to appropriate resources, and follow-up care as necessary to ensure their safety and well-being.
  • Develop and facilitate workshops, training sessions, and awareness-raising activities on topics related to mental health, stress management, resilience-building, and self-care to promote well-being across the university community.
  • Engage in outreach initiatives and awareness campaigns to promote mental health literacy, reduce stigma surrounding mental illness, and encourage help-seeking behaviours among students.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including academic departments, other support services and community organisations.

Your dedication to promoting wellbeing will contribute to creating a supportive and inclusive campus environment where all students can thrive academically, personally, and socially.

What’s in it for you?

We think Surrey is an amazing place to work, and we are a flexible, and fun place to work and thrive. 

Our campus is a beautiful, leafy environment with carefully designed gardens, vibrant green playing fields, and a picturesque lake. With the buzz of student life and superb working facilities, the University is a global community of ideas and people, dedicated to life-changing education and research in an inspiring, innovative and diverse environment.

 Alongside our campus setting, collegiate on-site atmosphere and plentiful development opportunities, we also offer:

  • 14.5% employer Pension Contribution
  • 25 Days annual leave + 7 University Days + Bank Holidays
  • Electric Vehicle Scheme
  • Travel & Family benefits including subsidised rail fare, cycle to work scheme and on-site childcare
  • On site world-class leisure facilities at discounted rates
  • On-site parking, cafes and Restaurants

For more information or to be considered for the role, please apply on our website with a full CV and covering letter.

The University is committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all. We place great value on diversity and are seeking to increase the diversity within our community. Therefore, we particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.

Further details:    Job Description    

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