|Salary:||£30,469 to £34,512 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting Allowance (Grade RU05)|
|Placed On:||20th November 2023|
|Closes:||6th December 2023|
We have an exciting opportunity for an International Student Engagement Coaches to join the Student Support and Success directorate to work at the heart of our work to support students to reach their full potential. We are looking for forward-thinking, innovative, curious, high-energy, self-aware people who are passionate about making a positive difference and who will thrive in an inclusive and diverse University community who are always striving to find new and creative ways to move forward.
So, if you are looking to build your career in a dynamic, inclusive and performance driven team and are inspired by an environment that inspires success, we want you to apply to join the Student Engagement Team. We are looking for inspirational individuals who have a passion to make a positive difference to our students, through inspirational leadership of our Student Engagement Coaches.
Our International Engagement Coaches are at the heart of our work supporting our students most ‘at-risk’ of not achieving good academic outcomes (continuation, progression and completion) and ensuring that students adhere to the Student Route Attendance and Engagement Policy. You will be responsible for monitoring and providing pro-active interventions for students with low attendance and engagement and become risk of breaching student visa and compliance requirements, while also designing engagement plans with students and working with academic colleagues and specialist professional services teams to ensure that we put in place early interventions.
International Engagement Coaches will be expected to be outstanding communicators, with a commitment to supporting every single student within their designated Academic School/Faculty. You will be a proactive, engaging, and confident in your approach, no issue will be too large or too small for you to get to grips with. You will be key in identifying trends and pattern within large data sets, designing, and implementing early interventions to ensure that students re-engage with their academic work and studies, and working with the wider and key stakeholders to drive change with the objective of improving student attendance, retention and continuation. You will lead on front facing student communication, organising and carrying out attendance meetings, early identification of pattern and tern from data, make data lead decisions and be involved in critical moments in the student journey, while providing ongoing academic support.
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Professional Services/Support staff up to Grade RU6 have access to our full range of benefits are that are available here.
Further information can be found on the job description. If you would like to apply for this excellent opportunity, please click on ‘apply now’ or visit the working at Roehampton. If you have any specific questions on the role, please contact Luke.Davy@roehampton.ac.uk.
The University is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity and aims to create a culture and environment where students and staff are treated fairly. The University is an equal opportunity and ‘disability confident’ employer.
The closing date for completed applications is: 6th December 2023
It is expected that interviews will be held: w/c 10th December 2023
To enable us to respond to the market, we may interview before the closing date, so please don’t hesitate to get your application completed.
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