30 - 37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year
£23,187 – £24,599 pro rata
Are you interested to work in a forward thinking and growing student wellbeing support team? We are offering a great opportunity within our multi-disciplinary Wellbeing Support team.
We are committed to providing outstanding support for our students to help them overcome the challenges of modern life. Under the direction of the Wellbeing Coordinator, and working in close liaison with a team of practitioners, counsellors, progress coaches and a nurse, you will provide a point of contact for staff and students. You will be expected to deliver support and information to students with identified additional needs including challenges relating to ill mental health, poor physical and emotional wellbeing and a wide variety of additional needs. You will offer one-to-one short-term solution-focused sessions to students who present in crisis whilst also delivering both 1-1 and small group workshops to support students to make progress and remove barriers to learning.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate that they are student-centric and have a positive and “can-do” attitude towards teenagers and mature students alike. Working in collaboration with colleagues within and beyond the student support team, you will provide a first-class support service for students who are most in need of leaving or failing Further Education. Please read the Job Description for full details about the job role.
With the contractual hours of 37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year, the actual salary range including holiday pay is £20,173 - £21,401 per annum. For 30 hours per week the actual salary range will be £16,356 - £17,352.
Please set out in your application your preferred working hours and pattern.
This position is based at the Andover campus.
Closing Date: 26 October 2020
• Eligibility to join a defined contribution pension scheme
• Free on-site parking
• Occupational Sick Pay Scheme
• Occupational Maternity Pay Scheme
• Access to an employee assistance scheme
• Facility to purchase Sparsholt produce including: plants, fruit & vegetables, fish, and game
• Access to discounted hair treatments at the Andover campus
• Ability to access a range of CPD events and support with undertaking professional qualifications
• Various food outlets and eateries offering good value food and drink at competitive prices
There is a nursery on the Sparsholt campus operated by a commercial provider
Andover College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.