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The Nuclear Institute, Remote
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£21,754 - £24,720 per year
Contract (18 months (with potential extension))
Job description


We are the UK’s student mental health charity. We challenge the higher education sector, health sector, and government to work with students when making decisions that impact them, and make them accountable for prioritising student mental health. In collaboration with students, we show sector professionals what effective student mental health looks like, and bridge the gap between students and the communities around them to ensure their voices are always heard. 

By creating and curating resources, stories and tools, we empower students to build their own mental health toolkit to support themselves and their peers through university life and beyond. We want to empower and inspire students to use their voice to share their stories and advocate for themselves. 

The Programme Liaison Officer (full-time, fixed-term contract for 18 months, with possibility to extend) will join the expanding Sector Improvement Team. They will provide vital administration, communication and digital liaison and support required to successfully run and deliver the University Mental Health Charter Programme and Award, achieve the Sector Improvement Team’s key objectives, and contribute to the whole charity’s mission and goals.  This is an exciting opportunity to help the team scale the University Mental Health Charter, with the potential to impact 2.5 million staff and students across the UK.

This role will include responding to queries, liaising with assessors, universities and general enquiries. The post holder will be responsible for working with the team to develop and monitor our HUB and digital platforms, for developing regular newsletters and working with colleagues to liaise with the many stakeholders involved in the assessment and programme processes.

Key responsibilities 

Liaison support

  • Provide effective liaison and administrative support to the Sector Improvement Programme(s), working closely with the Sector Improvement Lead and Programme Managers to ensure thesuccessful delivery of the programmes
  • Support the planning and delivery of key Sector Improvement Programme activities such as the Winter Panel and the recruitment of the Award Assessors, CPD training and responding togeneral enquiries
  • Act as the first point of contact for key stakeholders’ inquiries through the Charter Inbox and Student Minds’ Hub

Digital and resources support

  • Utilise project management tools to manage work, deadlines and workflows alongside relevant colleagues to ensure timely and quality programme delivery
  • Support the development of resources and documents for the charter, including newsletters, HUB announcements, Charter Handbook etc.
  • Work closely with the Comms and Digital Team internally to develop and communicate clear timelines and resources needed throughout the year
  • Support the annual onboarding of the Charter Programme, supporting the administrative tasks for the process, including some financial support. Lead on bringing together and distributing key documents such as welcome packs, Charter Framework documents etc.
  • Support the coordinator (Programme and HUB) to onboard universities and Assessors to the HUB, and develop and grow the platform for members
  • Update and oversee the Sector Improvement annual calendar of events and key activities/deliverables and share with the wider Student Minds team, identifying where dates may need to be moved
  • Actively participate in the testing and embedding of new digital systems being led by the Digital
  • Product Manager to increase efficiency and engagement for the Sector Improvement Programme and organisation as a whole for example collating product requirements

Financial support

  • Work with the Programme Support Officer and finance colleagues to ensure correct processes and procedures are followed accurately and compliant with finance requirements
  • Act as a secondary card holder for the team, making online purchases such as accommodation and travel bookings and following policies, procedures and guidance in the correct and responsible use of the Student Minds card

Data and process administration

  • Administer data princesses for the University Mental Health Charter Programme and Award process, in line with Data Protection Guidelines
  • Collate evaluation data from Sector Improvement events (online and in person)
  • Create essential documents requested by the Sector Improvement Programme team, to support programme delivery and scalability
  • Use our database(s) to manage relationships and communications with programme participants and key stakeholders, ensuring it is always up-to-date
  • Support the Sector Improvement Team and Award Managers to enable efficient Award
  • Assessment accreditation processes
  • Maintain key working relationships with our network of Assessors and University Award Leads, addressing queries, scheduling and minuting award panels, sharing actions with the team

Working together

  • Work closely with the Programme Support Officer to successfully deliver all aspects of the role, including managing the relationships with universities and logistical aspects (e.g. bookings, finances), ensuring tasks are picked between roles and when required
  • Work closely with colleagues in the Student Space team and Training teams to embed cross- programme working within Student Minds.
  • Attend various programme-related meetings, actively contributing ideas to continually develop our Programmes
  • Stay updated on developments in Higher Education and gather insights from sector partners to feed into team decisions
  • Look for opportunities to develop systems and processes to improve ways of working and participate in discussions on the Sector Improvement Team development and improvement


  • Generous annual leave allowance - 25 days’ annual leave, plus bank holidays, plus a 2-week winter closure
  • Flexible working - we encourage all employees to reflect on when and where they work best and how they need to fit work around caring or other commitments.
  • Wellbeing is at the heart of what we do - we support staff to implement Wellness Action Plans and offer 10% of weekly working hours for you to invest in your wellbeing.
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programme - we also offer wellbeing support through an Employee Assistance Programme which provides a wide range of resources as well as confidential counselling.
  • For other benefits and more information please see our website.
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Student Minds View profile Company size Size: 11 - 20
Posted on: 28 March 2024
Closing date: 21 April 2024 at 00:00
Tags: Admin

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