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    • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
    • temporary
    • £25.00 - £25.00, per hour, +28 Days Holiday Pro Rata
    • randstad student support
    Are you looking to help make a difference and improve student's university lives? Do you have the skills, relevant qualifications, experience and drive to support students with mental health disabilities?We are looking for hard-working, engaging people to provide Specialist Mentor support to students in Leeds. You will work one-to-one with students to help them manage their barriers to learning, achieve their academic goals and build their independence for the future.Our students require support at the universities and colleges in Leeds and the surrounding areas so there is the chance to build up a case-load of students to support.We are looking for the right individuals to support our students to really make a difference. Benefits:Flexible working hours on a part-time basis - you can chose your own hoursA competitive hourly pay rate plus additional benefits, e.g. holiday payWorking for the UK's leading provider - you're in safe handsInteracting directly with students - helping them to achieve their goals Responsibilities:You will provide individual support to students with mental health disabilities. You will help your students with the following:Helping students cope with any stresses or anxieties they may have related to universityProviding specialist and specifically tailored support for students to address barriers to their learningEstablishing strategies to help students learn independentlyAssisting students in overcoming difficulties such as time management, prioritising workload and creating a work-life balance You will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, ensuring that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students. Requirements:It is essential that you are a member of one of the below professional bodies:Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP)British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) AccreditationBritish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) Individual or MBACPBritish Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) - Under a member institutionBritish Psychological Society Chartered Member (CPsychol)/IAPT register/ Graduate Member (MBPsS) AND also PG qualification in Psychology or Mental HealthCounselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland (COSCA) Accredited MemberFederation of Drugs & Alcohol Professionals (FDAP)General Medical Council (GMC) - PsychiatryHealth and Care Professions Council (HCPC) (Arts Therapist/ Occupational Therapist/ Practitioner Psychologist/ Social worker in England)Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP) Accredited MemberNational Counsellor Accreditation Certificate (NCAC)National Counselling Society (Senior Accredited Member or above)Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) - Mental Health Nurse/ Community Mental Health Nurse / Psychiatric Nurse.Social worker body for Scotland SSSC/ Wales CCWales/ NI (NISCC)UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Full Clinical Individual MemberUMHAN memberFurther skills/requirements include:Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsAbility to identify ways of helping students to build on their learning strengthsMaintaining a confidential and professional working relationshipEnsuring the student's needs are made the main priority at all times Conclusion:If you meet these requirements and are interested in a rewarding and flexible role supporting students in higher education, then we want to hear from you. Please apply online today.If you would like more information on the role then please contact Nicole Greaves on: 0161 247 8800 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.
    Are you looking to help make a difference and improve student's university lives? Do you have the skills, relevant qualifications, experience and drive to support students with mental health disabilities?We are looking for hard-working, engaging people to provide Specialist Mentor support to students in Leeds. You will work one-to-one with students to help them manage their barriers to learning, achieve their academic goals and build their independence for the future.Our students require support at the universities and colleges in Leeds and the surrounding areas so there is the chance to build up a case-load of students to support.We are looking for the right individuals to support our students to really make a difference. Benefits:Flexible working hours on a part-time basis - you can chose your own hoursA competitive hourly pay rate plus additional benefits, e.g. holiday payWorking for the UK's leading provider - you're in safe handsInteracting directly with students - helping them to achieve their goals Responsibilities:You will provide individual support to students with mental health disabilities. You will help your students with the following:Helping students cope with any stresses or anxieties they may have related to universityProviding specialist and specifically tailored support for students to address barriers to their learningEstablishing strategies to help students learn independentlyAssisting students in overcoming difficulties such as time management, prioritising workload and creating a work-life balance You will work closely with Randstad regarding the needs of individual students, ensuring that any concerns are addressed in a timely manner. You will be expected to act professionally and maintain confidentiality within your role at all times, sharing all relevant information with Randstad to ensure the best possible service to your students. Requirements:It is essential that you are a member of one of the below professional bodies:Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP)British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) AccreditationBritish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) Individual or MBACPBritish Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) - Under a member institutionBritish Psychological Society Chartered Member (CPsychol)/IAPT register/ Graduate Member (MBPsS) AND also PG qualification in Psychology or Mental HealthCounselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland (COSCA) Accredited MemberFederation of Drugs & Alcohol Professionals (FDAP)General Medical Council (GMC) - PsychiatryHealth and Care Professions Council (HCPC) (Arts Therapist/ Occupational Therapist/ Practitioner Psychologist/ Social worker in England)Irish Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (IACP) Accredited MemberNational Counsellor Accreditation Certificate (NCAC)National Counselling Society (Senior Accredited Member or above)Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) - Mental Health Nurse/ Community Mental Health Nurse / Psychiatric Nurse.Social worker body for Scotland SSSC/ Wales CCWales/ NI (NISCC)UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Full Clinical Individual MemberUMHAN memberFurther skills/requirements include:Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsAbility to identify ways of helping students to build on their learning strengthsMaintaining a confidential and professional working relationshipEnsuring the student's needs are made the main priority at all times Conclusion:If you meet these requirements and are interested in a rewarding and flexible role supporting students in higher education, then we want to hear from you. Please apply online today.If you would like more information on the role then please contact Nicole Greaves on: 0161 247 8800 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.
    • kingston upon hull, yorkshire and the humber
    • temporary
    • £18.00 - £18.00, per hour, +28 Days Holiday Pro Rata
    • randstad student support
    Are you looking to use your skills and experience in the mental health sector to support students at university with their mental health? We are looking for a Mental Health Practitioner to work with a university in Hull to support the well-being and mental health service to deliver specialist, compassionate and individualised support to students.You will work within a small team and work closely with colleagues to support students experiencing emotional, psychological, or mental health difficulties, providing a timely, accessible, and confidential service. You will support the university's mental health strategy and liaise with local services to provide a full-service to students and to enhance their university experience and academic attainment.We have two roles available for this position - one is for 36.5 hours per week, and one for 15 hours per week.The role will begin in summer 2021. Benefits:Flexible working hours - on average around 15 hours per weekYou can work the days and times that work best for you28 days holiday pay pro rata - perfect for the summer holidays and Christmas breaks£18.00 Per HourThe mental health support is currently all remote Responsibilities:Providing the role of a Mental Health Practitioner your responsibilities will include:Provide appropriate support, signposting and intervention for students experiencing emotional and/or psychological distressProvide advice and guidance and review support on an ongoing basisPromoting positive health and well-being through prevention and early intervention activitiesRespond to enquiries from students, staff and third parties, made both online and via telephone in a timely manner Determine any necessary reasonable adjustments such as alternative exam arrangements, and ensure these are implemented as appropriateHave a thorough understanding of support available across the UniversityWork within specified boundaries recording notes appropriately within university systemsLiaise and maintain good working relationships with internal academic and service areas, and external specialist services. Requirements:Professional Body Membership with the NMC: Registered Nurse - Mental Health Or, Professional Body Membership with Social Work England, SSSC, NISCCClear, Enhanced DBSProvision of your own supervisionDesirable:Experience of working in Higher EducationExperience in assessing risk in previous rolesKnowledge of appropriate safeguarding proceduresAbility to communicate effectively with students, university and academic staff, and also local servicesKnowledge of local mental health and social services in the Hull regionAbility to contribute to the formulation, review and updating of policies, procedures, resources, and materials in relation to student well-being Ability to evaluate and analyse information and use initiative and creativity to solve non-standard problems. If you feel this is an opportunity for you and have the desire to make a real difference, then apply online todayPlease note that if successful, you will be asked to attend a remote interview.If you would like to discuss this role or have any questions, please contact Ella Smith on 0161 247 8800. 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.
    Are you looking to use your skills and experience in the mental health sector to support students at university with their mental health? We are looking for a Mental Health Practitioner to work with a university in Hull to support the well-being and mental health service to deliver specialist, compassionate and individualised support to students.You will work within a small team and work closely with colleagues to support students experiencing emotional, psychological, or mental health difficulties, providing a timely, accessible, and confidential service. You will support the university's mental health strategy and liaise with local services to provide a full-service to students and to enhance their university experience and academic attainment.We have two roles available for this position - one is for 36.5 hours per week, and one for 15 hours per week.The role will begin in summer 2021. Benefits:Flexible working hours - on average around 15 hours per weekYou can work the days and times that work best for you28 days holiday pay pro rata - perfect for the summer holidays and Christmas breaks£18.00 Per HourThe mental health support is currently all remote Responsibilities:Providing the role of a Mental Health Practitioner your responsibilities will include:Provide appropriate support, signposting and intervention for students experiencing emotional and/or psychological distressProvide advice and guidance and review support on an ongoing basisPromoting positive health and well-being through prevention and early intervention activitiesRespond to enquiries from students, staff and third parties, made both online and via telephone in a timely manner Determine any necessary reasonable adjustments such as alternative exam arrangements, and ensure these are implemented as appropriateHave a thorough understanding of support available across the UniversityWork within specified boundaries recording notes appropriately within university systemsLiaise and maintain good working relationships with internal academic and service areas, and external specialist services. Requirements:Professional Body Membership with the NMC: Registered Nurse - Mental Health Or, Professional Body Membership with Social Work England, SSSC, NISCCClear, Enhanced DBSProvision of your own supervisionDesirable:Experience of working in Higher EducationExperience in assessing risk in previous rolesKnowledge of appropriate safeguarding proceduresAbility to communicate effectively with students, university and academic staff, and also local servicesKnowledge of local mental health and social services in the Hull regionAbility to contribute to the formulation, review and updating of policies, procedures, resources, and materials in relation to student well-being Ability to evaluate and analyse information and use initiative and creativity to solve non-standard problems. If you feel this is an opportunity for you and have the desire to make a real difference, then apply online todayPlease note that if successful, you will be asked to attend a remote interview.If you would like to discuss this role or have any questions, please contact Ella Smith on 0161 247 8800. 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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