Student Wellbeing Coach

Vacancy Filler
Epsom, Surrey
£17731 - £20014/annum Excellent Benefits
14 Dec 2019
13 Jan 2020
Part Time
Set hours
Contract Type
Our Client is a forward-looking College of Further & Higher Education that serves a large area of South East England with a wide range of vocational and academic courses, both full and part time. The College is situated in Ewell, close to Epsom in Surrey, and is located in the green belt near Epsom Downs and can easily be accessed either by car (junctions 8-10 on the M25) or rail (Ewell West is close and the college is next to Ewell East where you can get regular direct trains to Clapham Junction and Victoria). The College was last inspected in February 2016 retaining its overall grading of 'Good' under the robust new Ofsted standards.

Our Client wants to help the learner succeed in their ambitions. Their students value their welcoming, friendly and caring atmosphere. Their lively learning community helps to make the most of their learning experience at the College.

As users of the disability confident scheme, they guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy.

They are currently recruiting to the following position:

Student Wellbeing Coach

Full time Term Time Only (38 weeks per year)

£17,731 - £20,014 p.a (actual salary for full year)

Slightly less for starting part-way through the year

Our client is looking for an experienced Student Wellbeing Coach, to add to its successful Student Wellbeing Service, in order to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of their students.

Working with a caseload of students, you will offer one-to-one support through ongoing coaching and mentoring, alongside delivering targeted weekly support groups. You will engage positively with your students, identifying with them the strategies they will need to improve their personal wellbeing. To ensure that students with ongoing safeguarding concerns have effective interventions in place, this will also involve the ability to make referrals and work in partnership with external agencies.

You should have experience of working with young people on a one-to-one basis, as well as being confident in delivering to groups of students. In addition, you should have excellent knowledge of safeguarding, good organisational and motivational skills and be able to work as part of a team, to improve the wellbeing of students.

They are able to offer you the local government pension scheme, generous holidays and the facilities of a College campus set in 7 acres of green belt in a peaceful setting. The College has excellent transport links and is set in a location convenient to London and the South East and offers a large free on-site car park.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 9 January 2020

Interviews will be held on Friday 17 January 2020

Our Client is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of learners and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and enhanced DBS clearance

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