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Mental Health Advisor (2 posts)

Durham University - Counselling Service

Location: Durham
Salary: £33,199 to £39,609
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 21st February 2019
Closes: 25th March 2019
Job Ref: 017619

Closing Date: 25 March 2019 at 12 Noon

This post is full time and permanent.

The Counselling Service is a multi-disciplinary central specialist service for student and staff mental health and wellbeing provision in the University. The Counselling Service provides support for the institution by providing individual and group interventions, consultancy and support for College and Departmental Staff, and the development, delivery or support for proactive initiatives around mental health and wellbeing.

The primary purpose of the role is to ensure the efficient and effective assessment and support of student mental health needs, linking University and community-based health support. The post holder will provide guidance and advice to students to ensure that they obtain the appropriate treatment, support and, where applicable, the necessary reasonable adjustments.

How to Apply

We prefer to receive applications online.

What you are required to submit

  • A CV
  • The person specification and RYPA grids (available within the Job Description on the below attachment) which you should copy into a separate document for completing and submission.
  • A covering letter which details your experience, strengths and potential in the requirements set out above.
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