|Salary:||£33,309 to £39,739 per annum (Grade 5) + Pension (Employer contribution of 20.8%)|
|Placed On:||6th October 2021|
|Closes:||24th October 2021|
We’re currently looking to recruit a Mental Health Adviser on a full-time permanent basis. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with the experience and passion in this area to support our students.
Edinburgh Napier University is a forward thinking institution home to forward-thinking people, inspired by the world around them. The Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Department provides high quality, professional services to support potential and current students from their initial enquiry to Edinburgh Napier University through to graduation. As a University committed to creating an inclusive environment for all, we aim to provide a positive and supportive environment for all students and staff on the basis of individual merits, ability and potential. A wide range of support for students is embedded across the University, provided through a variety of services. These include Disability Inclusion, Student Funding, Counselling and Mental Wellbeing, Student Accommodation, Academic Skills, Widening Participation and School Personal Development Tutors.
The post holder will work within a multi-disciplinary team to develop and deliver a range of proactive support to assist students to develop skills to manage and maintain their mental health and wellbeing. You’ll provide, emotional and practical mental health support to students including advising and acting on safeguarding issues. The appointed person will take a casework approach and respond to students causing significant concern, implement emergency and safeguarding procedures, and review and evaluate student progress.
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Who we are looking for?
We’re looking for someone with a proactive, positive and collaborative approach when working with both internal and external stakeholders alike, and someone who, ideally, has extensive experience of supporting people with mental health difficulties. The successful candidate will have demonstrable skills in providing advice and guidance to students with mental health issues.
Candidates must evidence the essential criteria for the role, such as:
Benefits we offer
Salary: £33,309 - £39,739 per annum (Grade 5) + Pension (Employer contribution of 20.8%)
Information about our benefits can be found here.
Closing date: Sunday 24th October at 11.59pm
Interview day: TBC
Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG)
This post is subject to registration with the PVG scheme, for regulated work with children and/or protected adults as appropriate. Employment in this post is conditional on the successful post holder being able to obtain/holding PVG scheme membership. The successful candidate will not be permitted to commence employment until this has been confirmed.
Edinburgh Napier University is committed to the creation of an inclusive culture.
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