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US-UK Fulbright Commission, SE1, London
£31,858 per year
Exciting new role for a Wellbeing and Welfare Manager to provide specialised wellbeing and counselling support
Posted 6 days ago
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£16,350 - £18,478 per year
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Kaleidoscope Health & Care CIC, London
£25,000 - £30,000 per year pro rata
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Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage, EC3A, London
£42,336 - £50,400 per year
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Global Justice Now, Greater London
£22,428 (pro-rata to full-time salary of £37,380)
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Cancer Research UK, London
£44000 - £54000 per annum + + Benefits
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£11,062, plus excellent benefits
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Careers and Enterprise Company, Clerkenwell
£34,000 – £38,000 per annum
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SE1, London
£31,858 per year
Contract, I year, Full-time
Job description

Are you interested in a role where you give specialised wellbeing and counselling support to university age students and older adults?  Do you have knowledge of safeguarding practice, legislation, policies and procedures?

In line with our commitment to widening access, inclusion and equity across our Fulbright programmes, we have a greater demand to provide more specialised pastoral and welfare support to students.  And, as an organisation, we are also looking to further strengthen our safeguarding policies and processes in line with best practice.  The person appointed to this exciting new role of Wellbeing and Welfare Manager will focus their efforts in these two areas. 

The successful candidate will work with the Fulbright Awards team who will refer programme participants (university students as well as mid-career scholars and professionals) who require more individual and specialised wellbeing, welfare and counselling support during their exchange in the US and UK.  You will also liaise with university welfare officers in the UK (and to a lesser degree in the US) on pastoral care and support available to individuals on their campuses.  You will have the responsibility for developing safeguarding policies and processes across the organisation and maintaining accurate, timely and secure records of safeguarding and wellbeing concerns for individuals the Commission works with. Creating and presenting wellbeing and welfare sessions to programme participants and giving safeguarding and mental health training to staff will also form part of this role.

You will have experience of dealing with wellbeing, mental health, pastoral and/or safeguarding issues in an educational setting with university-age students and older adults and have supported individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.  To be successful, you will have a good knowledge of various appropriate welfare support systems and of current relevant safeguarding practice, legislation, policies and procedures in relation to adults in an educational context and for staff in the workplace.

Being able to demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity will be key and you will be excited about the opportunity to support people from diverse backgrounds.  You will have excellent interpersonal skills, need to be a strong team player and have the ability to deliver effective presentations to a range of audiences.  

The US-UK Fulbright Commission is a not-for-profit organisation funded by both governments to promote educational exchange between the US and the UK. The Commission offers prestigious Fulbright awards for postgraduate study and academic research in the US and the UK, as well as a number of other exchange programmes and services for people interested in studying in the US.

Since the UK programme began over 70 years ago, more than 23,000 people have been given a Fulbright award through the Commission, and today the programme continues to foster mutual understanding and people-to-people connections. The Commission's strategic priorities are widening participation in all programming and contributing to the solution of global challenges of our time - from racial injustice and climate change to pandemics and the growing role of AI.

The US-UK Fulbright Commission offers exceptional opportunities for people interested in international education and who are committed to our mission and vision. New staff join a small and friendly team who are highly motivated, entrepreneurial and passionate about cross-cultural exchange.Our staff benefits include 29 days holiday (including 3 US holidays and 3 Christmas closure days) plus bank holidays, pension scheme (employer contribution of 5%), membership of an employee benefits platform, flexible working and excellent learning and development opportunities.

We welcome and encourage job applications from diverse candidates, including people with disabilities, people who identify as Black, Asian and/or Minority Ethnic, and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, non-binary and/or Queer. As part of our focus on social mobility, we also encourage applications from those who are the first generation to go to university in their family.

Please note, you must have the prior legal right to work in the UK. 

Location: Central London office at least 2 days a week, home working the rest of the time.

Closing date: Monday 21 February 2022 (9am GMT)

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Posted on: 20 January 2022
Closing date: 21 February 2022
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