Welfare and Equality Adviser x 2 PT/ 38 weeks

Job Roles:
Adviser
Organisation Type:
Further Education
Organisation:
FE College
Contract Type:
Part Time
Subject Area:
Other Subjects
Region:
London
Contract Term:
Permanent
Salary Description:
Scale 6
Posted:
31st Jul 2018
Start Date:
Recruiter:
Barnet and Southgate College
Job Ref:

BSC offer an exciting opportunity to join the College as a Welfare and Equality Adviser working as part of our team that help to ensure students are safe thus enhancing their chances of success at College and in life. We are keen to hear from people that have worked with young people in a college, school or similar environment and have an understanding of support needs, safeguarding, equality and advocacy for this age group.

The main purpose of the role will be assessing, advocating and supporting a case load of students; monitoring, recording, liaising with necessary staff and agencies and promoting student welfare and equality.

To be successful for interview you will have a relevant L3 qualification, experience working with teenagers and adults, involving welfare, pastoral, safeguarding and supporting students. A sense of fair play and advocacy skills are also important. This is a role that will be challenging and complex, demanding resilience, excellent interpersonal and professional judgement skills.

BSC is committed to Safeguarding young people and adults at risk. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring service.

Further information about this post, an application pack including job description and person specification and the application form can be found at: BSC offer an exciting opportunity to join the College as a Welfare and Equality Adviser working as part of our team that help to ensure students are safe thus enhancing their chances of success at College and in life. We are keen to hear from people that have worked with young people in a college, school or similar environment and have an understanding of support needs, safeguarding, equality and advocacy for this age group.

The main purpose of the role will be assessing, advocating and supporting a case load of students; monitoring, recording, liaising with necessary staff and agencies and promoting student welfare and equality.

To be successful for interview you will have a relevant L3 qualification, experience working with teenagers and adults, involving welfare, pastoral, safeguarding and supporting students. A sense of fair play and advocacy skills are also important. This is a role that will be challenging and complex, demanding resilience, excellent interpersonal and professional judgement skills.

BSC is committed to Safeguarding young people and adults at risk. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring service.

Further information about this post, an application pack including job description and person specification and the application form can be found at: www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk/The-College/job-vacancies

If you have any queries regarding this post, please email Jobs@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk and quote the relevant post/reference number.

Please note, due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to inform all applicants as to whether or not they have been shortlisted. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within one month of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

PLEASE NOTE CV’s WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED


If you have any queries regarding this post, please email Jobs@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk and quote the relevant post/reference number.
Please note, due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to inform all applicants as to whether or not they have been shortlisted. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within one month of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.
PLEASE NOTE CV’s WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

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Closing Date:
15/08/2018
Contact Details:
Barnet and Southgate College
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Contact: HR
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