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        • greenwich, london
        • temporary
        • £22.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Student Wellbeing Services Coordinator (Mental Health) Temporary 12 weeksLocation: Greenwich although currently working remotelySalary:£22phFull Time Hours: 35 per weekContract Type: 12 weeks Fixed Term to start as soon as possible We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Student Wellbeing Services Coordinator (Mental Health), who is available for an immediate start. The postholder will be providing an effective and responsive service for our students. An experienced mental health professional, you will bring excellent communication and organisational skills to our dynamic multidisciplinary team. The post is available for up to 12 weeks, whilst the recruitment to the permanent position is undertaken. Purpose of the role:-To develop and deliver a standardised mental health assessment to students who are referred to the service-To facilitate and deliver mental health support to students, including those in crisis, to help them realise their potential during their time at University-To undertake and manage risk assessment of student, self and likely impact on others.-To provide expert advice, support, problem-solving and a resource for University staff as a referral point for students presenting with mental health issues-To promote and market the service effectively, focusing on the student experience reflected in the "settle, stay, succeed" model of Student and Academic Services-To take a lead role in maintaining and developing appropriate referral and sign-posting relationships,both internally and externally, on behalf of the service-To work with the Head of Student Wellbeing and team colleagues to deliver a high quality customer- focused service, in line with corporate and departmental objectives-To work closely with the Student Wellbeing colleagues to develop clear pathways for referrals within the department and to external agencies-To ensure a holistic approach for students who have disclosed a mental health disability, raising awareness of the support available to them to enable full engagement with all aspects of university life-To work autonomously, carrying and managing a caseload in a rapidly changing and unpredictable Environment Essential Experience and Skills-Expert practitioner, professionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health Care-Minimum 3 years post-qualification experience in the field of mental health crisis and support-Experience of identifying, responding to and referring those with mental illness or in need of psychiatric support/assessment-Experience of working with people from diverse backgrounds and with special needs-Ability to work flexibly in response to mental health crises or other similar urgentsituations, including flexible working hours/locations-Able to prioritise, organise and deliver a complex and changing workload underpressure, without constant supervision and to tight deadlines-Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues form clinical and non-clinical backgrounds-Ability to keep accurate records and Willingness to participate fully in staff training activities, including departmental and university events-Ability to work in a standalone role, as the sole Mental Health specialist Qualifications-Educated to Degree level or equivalent-A professional Mental Health/Health Care qualificationPlease note DBS checks will undertaken as part of the role. If you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you shortly to discuss this opportunity in more detail.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Student Wellbeing Services Coordinator (Mental Health) Temporary 12 weeksLocation: Greenwich although currently working remotelySalary:£22phFull Time Hours: 35 per weekContract Type: 12 weeks Fixed Term to start as soon as possible We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Student Wellbeing Services Coordinator (Mental Health), who is available for an immediate start. The postholder will be providing an effective and responsive service for our students. An experienced mental health professional, you will bring excellent communication and organisational skills to our dynamic multidisciplinary team. The post is available for up to 12 weeks, whilst the recruitment to the permanent position is undertaken. Purpose of the role:-To develop and deliver a standardised mental health assessment to students who are referred to the service-To facilitate and deliver mental health support to students, including those in crisis, to help them realise their potential during their time at University-To undertake and manage risk assessment of student, self and likely impact on others.-To provide expert advice, support, problem-solving and a resource for University staff as a referral point for students presenting with mental health issues-To promote and market the service effectively, focusing on the student experience reflected in the "settle, stay, succeed" model of Student and Academic Services-To take a lead role in maintaining and developing appropriate referral and sign-posting relationships,both internally and externally, on behalf of the service-To work with the Head of Student Wellbeing and team colleagues to deliver a high quality customer- focused service, in line with corporate and departmental objectives-To work closely with the Student Wellbeing colleagues to develop clear pathways for referrals within the department and to external agencies-To ensure a holistic approach for students who have disclosed a mental health disability, raising awareness of the support available to them to enable full engagement with all aspects of university life-To work autonomously, carrying and managing a caseload in a rapidly changing and unpredictable Environment Essential Experience and Skills-Expert practitioner, professionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health Care-Minimum 3 years post-qualification experience in the field of mental health crisis and support-Experience of identifying, responding to and referring those with mental illness or in need of psychiatric support/assessment-Experience of working with people from diverse backgrounds and with special needs-Ability to work flexibly in response to mental health crises or other similar urgentsituations, including flexible working hours/locations-Able to prioritise, organise and deliver a complex and changing workload underpressure, without constant supervision and to tight deadlines-Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues form clinical and non-clinical backgrounds-Ability to keep accurate records and Willingness to participate fully in staff training activities, including departmental and university events-Ability to work in a standalone role, as the sole Mental Health specialist Qualifications-Educated to Degree level or equivalent-A professional Mental Health/Health Care qualificationPlease note DBS checks will undertaken as part of the role. If you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you shortly to discuss this opportunity in more detail.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • brighton, south east
        • temporary
        • £26.00 - £28.00 per hour
        • part-time
        Specialist MentorAre you passionate in giving student's an equal footing for them to achieve their goals? Want to be the envy of your friends by going to work at some Brighton's best Academic institutions?As a Specialist Mentor you will be working closely with student's support to support their academic learning and Wellbeing. Your wealth of knowledge in Mental Health will be a valuable to assist these students on their courses.As part of our Specialist Mentor team you will enjoy the following benefits:Working with the UK's leading provider of Disability Student Support.Ongoing training and professional development with our accredited in-house Learning.Dedicated on campus rooms for supportHoliday Pay pro-rata (28 days)Flexible working hours, tailored to you and your scheduleCompetitive Rates of Pay £28 per hourDedicated Consultant and point of contact We are looking for Specialist Mentors who are passionate about helping students who require Mental Health support.Key Responsibilities:Developing and introducing strategies to deal with time management, managing workload and creating a healthy work-life balance Working closely with individual students to develop their coping skills and empower them to deal with anxiety, stress, and concentration difficulties.Providing one-to-one to students with learning difficulties, mental health conditions or recognised on the Autism Spectrum. Understanding professional boundaries, not acting as a counsellor or mental health advocate.Effectively managing your own caseload and booking of Mentoring sessions.Updating student attendance after sessions via the OPUS online system. Requirements for the role:Full or associate membership of one of the below bodies;Association of Child Psychotherapists; BABCP accreditation; BACMP/MBACP membership; British Psychoanalytic Council; British Psychological Member (alongside a PG qualification in Psychology or Mental Health);COSCA accredited; FDAP (NACA);General Medical Council Psychiatry; Health and Care Professions Council; IACP membership; Nursing and Midwifery Council; Social Worker Body for Scotland or Wales; UKCP full clinical member; UMHAN memberDesirable Qualifications: Autism / Asperger's Qualifications of one of the below;All NAS core autism online training modulesHolds a PG Certificate in Autism / PG Certificate in Aspergers If you have are enthusiastic to be the change in these student's lives then apply online today. If you are successful we will arrange a telephone interview where we would inform you on the call whether you have passed the interview, then we take you through the registration process. The registration process varies between 2 weeks - 6 weeks, which include naming a few: documents; contract signing; minimum 2 referees.If you have any questions or are interested in this role then please contact Ellen Dolan on 0161 247 8800. We look forward to hearing from you. Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Specialist MentorAre you passionate in giving student's an equal footing for them to achieve their goals? Want to be the envy of your friends by going to work at some Brighton's best Academic institutions?As a Specialist Mentor you will be working closely with student's support to support their academic learning and Wellbeing. Your wealth of knowledge in Mental Health will be a valuable to assist these students on their courses.As part of our Specialist Mentor team you will enjoy the following benefits:Working with the UK's leading provider of Disability Student Support.Ongoing training and professional development with our accredited in-house Learning.Dedicated on campus rooms for supportHoliday Pay pro-rata (28 days)Flexible working hours, tailored to you and your scheduleCompetitive Rates of Pay £28 per hourDedicated Consultant and point of contact We are looking for Specialist Mentors who are passionate about helping students who require Mental Health support.Key Responsibilities:Developing and introducing strategies to deal with time management, managing workload and creating a healthy work-life balance Working closely with individual students to develop their coping skills and empower them to deal with anxiety, stress, and concentration difficulties.Providing one-to-one to students with learning difficulties, mental health conditions or recognised on the Autism Spectrum. Understanding professional boundaries, not acting as a counsellor or mental health advocate.Effectively managing your own caseload and booking of Mentoring sessions.Updating student attendance after sessions via the OPUS online system. Requirements for the role:Full or associate membership of one of the below bodies;Association of Child Psychotherapists; BABCP accreditation; BACMP/MBACP membership; British Psychoanalytic Council; British Psychological Member (alongside a PG qualification in Psychology or Mental Health);COSCA accredited; FDAP (NACA);General Medical Council Psychiatry; Health and Care Professions Council; IACP membership; Nursing and Midwifery Council; Social Worker Body for Scotland or Wales; UKCP full clinical member; UMHAN memberDesirable Qualifications: Autism / Asperger's Qualifications of one of the below;All NAS core autism online training modulesHolds a PG Certificate in Autism / PG Certificate in Aspergers If you have are enthusiastic to be the change in these student's lives then apply online today. If you are successful we will arrange a telephone interview where we would inform you on the call whether you have passed the interview, then we take you through the registration process. The registration process varies between 2 weeks - 6 weeks, which include naming a few: documents; contract signing; minimum 2 referees.If you have any questions or are interested in this role then please contact Ellen Dolan on 0161 247 8800. We look forward to hearing from you. Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • greenwich, london
        • temporary
        • £22.00 - £25.00 per hour
        • full-time
        Full Time Hours: 35 hours per weekContract Type: Temporary - 9 weeks October to November 2020We are looking for a Mental Health/ Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner to provide clinical advice and support for our Student Ambassadors, who will be undertaking Wellbeing Checks on behalf of the Student Union. This is an early intervention needs assessment programme, designed to ensure that students understand the support on offer from GSU and the University. The postholder will also act as the escalation lead and will triage and refer students into appropriate internal and external services. Main duties:-Deliver MH awareness training to Call Centre Student Ambassadors-Provide daily Mental Health advice and support to Call Centre staff and students-Act as the escalation point for students who indicate mental health concerns, or a cause for concern-Refer students to appropriate source of assistance, internally and externally to specialist providers-Undertake follow up work with students identified during the Wellbeing checks-Handover to Mental Health Coordinator any student cases requiring follow up at the end of the Programme-Produce a report at the end of the initiative Essential Experience and Skills-Expert practitioner, professionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health Care-Minimum 3 years post-qualification experience in the field of mental health crisis and support-Experience of identifying, responding to and referring those with mental illness or in need of psychiatric support/assessment-Ability to work flexibly in response to mental health crises or other similar urgent situations, including flexible working hours/locations-Able to prioritise, organise and deliver a complex and changing workload under pressure, without constant supervision and to tight deadlines-Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues form clinical and non-clinical backgrounds-Ability to work in a standalone role, as the sole Mental Health specialist Qualifications-Educated to Degree level or equivalent-A professional Mental Health/Health Care qualification Please note DBS checks will be undertaken as part of the role. If you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you shortly to discuss the role in more detail. Thankyou Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Full Time Hours: 35 hours per weekContract Type: Temporary - 9 weeks October to November 2020We are looking for a Mental Health/ Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner to provide clinical advice and support for our Student Ambassadors, who will be undertaking Wellbeing Checks on behalf of the Student Union. This is an early intervention needs assessment programme, designed to ensure that students understand the support on offer from GSU and the University. The postholder will also act as the escalation lead and will triage and refer students into appropriate internal and external services. Main duties:-Deliver MH awareness training to Call Centre Student Ambassadors-Provide daily Mental Health advice and support to Call Centre staff and students-Act as the escalation point for students who indicate mental health concerns, or a cause for concern-Refer students to appropriate source of assistance, internally and externally to specialist providers-Undertake follow up work with students identified during the Wellbeing checks-Handover to Mental Health Coordinator any student cases requiring follow up at the end of the Programme-Produce a report at the end of the initiative Essential Experience and Skills-Expert practitioner, professionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health Care-Minimum 3 years post-qualification experience in the field of mental health crisis and support-Experience of identifying, responding to and referring those with mental illness or in need of psychiatric support/assessment-Ability to work flexibly in response to mental health crises or other similar urgent situations, including flexible working hours/locations-Able to prioritise, organise and deliver a complex and changing workload under pressure, without constant supervision and to tight deadlines-Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build effective working relationships with colleagues form clinical and non-clinical backgrounds-Ability to work in a standalone role, as the sole Mental Health specialist Qualifications-Educated to Degree level or equivalent-A professional Mental Health/Health Care qualification Please note DBS checks will be undertaken as part of the role. If you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you shortly to discuss the role in more detail. Thankyou Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • hertfordshire, east of england
        • temporary
        • £17.00 - £18.00, per hour, holiday pay, AON Benefits
        • full-time
        Student Mental Health Coordinator - Temporary 12 weeksLocation: University of Hertfordshire, 1-2 days on site and the rest working remotely Salary: £17.50phFull Time Hours: 35 per week/ Part time consideredContract Type: 12 weeks Fixed Term to start as soon as possible We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Mental Health Coordinator, who is available for an immediate start. The postholder will be providing an effective and responsive service for our students. An experienced mental health professional, you will bring excellent communication and organisational skills to our dynamic multidisciplinary team. You will work on a 1:1 basis with students with a variety of mental health difficulties and risk levels. The post is available for 12 weeks initially with the possibility of extension. Duties include Triaging intake forms to offer appropriate support, assessing and managing risk, providing signposting/onward referrals, liaising with academics.Putting reasonable adjustments in place for students, helping students to develop skills/strategies to manage their mental health alongside their studiesHelping students access relevant support internally and externally from the universityHelping students with DSA applicationsCoordinating with local NHS mental health services, managing crisis situations where neededRisk assess students by phone and put appropriate risk management plans in place.Provide time limited 1:1 support for students with mental health difficulties to help them successfully integrate into University life and aim to avoid crisis situations.Attend weekly risk meetings with the Head of Student Wellbeing, Deputy Heads of Student Wellbeing and other members of the mental health team to share information about students causing concern and work to a multidisciplinary support model.Work closely with the Housing teams to provide support for students who present with cause for concern in residencies.Maintain appropriate and confidential student records and ensure these are kept up to date at all times using various electronic recording systems. Experience and SkillsProfessionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health CareExperience of working with individuals with a range of mental health difficulties and managing and referring those who are high riskExperience of working with people from diverse backgrounds and with special needsExperience of working in higher education settingQualificationsEducated to Degree level or equivalentA professional Mental Health/Health Care qualificationIf you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you, alternatively please call 0161 247 8800 and ask for Naomi Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        Student Mental Health Coordinator - Temporary 12 weeksLocation: University of Hertfordshire, 1-2 days on site and the rest working remotely Salary: £17.50phFull Time Hours: 35 per week/ Part time consideredContract Type: 12 weeks Fixed Term to start as soon as possible We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Mental Health Coordinator, who is available for an immediate start. The postholder will be providing an effective and responsive service for our students. An experienced mental health professional, you will bring excellent communication and organisational skills to our dynamic multidisciplinary team. You will work on a 1:1 basis with students with a variety of mental health difficulties and risk levels. The post is available for 12 weeks initially with the possibility of extension. Duties include Triaging intake forms to offer appropriate support, assessing and managing risk, providing signposting/onward referrals, liaising with academics.Putting reasonable adjustments in place for students, helping students to develop skills/strategies to manage their mental health alongside their studiesHelping students access relevant support internally and externally from the universityHelping students with DSA applicationsCoordinating with local NHS mental health services, managing crisis situations where neededRisk assess students by phone and put appropriate risk management plans in place.Provide time limited 1:1 support for students with mental health difficulties to help them successfully integrate into University life and aim to avoid crisis situations.Attend weekly risk meetings with the Head of Student Wellbeing, Deputy Heads of Student Wellbeing and other members of the mental health team to share information about students causing concern and work to a multidisciplinary support model.Work closely with the Housing teams to provide support for students who present with cause for concern in residencies.Maintain appropriate and confidential student records and ensure these are kept up to date at all times using various electronic recording systems. Experience and SkillsProfessionally trained in the field of Mental Health/Health CareExperience of working with individuals with a range of mental health difficulties and managing and referring those who are high riskExperience of working with people from diverse backgrounds and with special needsExperience of working in higher education settingQualificationsEducated to Degree level or equivalentA professional Mental Health/Health Care qualificationIf you are interested in this role please submit your CV and we will be in touch with you, alternatively please call 0161 247 8800 and ask for Naomi Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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