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Employability

Working at ARU London

We’re an ambitious university that embraces imagination and collaboration. If that sounds like you, consider an academic or professional services career with us.

Current Vacancies:

Head of Wellbeing, Disability & Inclusion

Head of Wellbeing, Disability and Inclusion

Location: London                                            Placed On: 28 October 2022

Salary: £55,000-£65,000                                Closes: 20 November 2022 

Hours: Full Time (expected to work flexibly to meet the demands of the job. May include occasional evening and weekend work.                                            

Job Description

Contract Type: Permanent

 

Anglia Ruskin University, London (ARUL) is an ambitious, teaching focussed provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education, primarily aimed at a widening participation audience. 

We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, and experienced wellbeing manager to undertake the operational management of our Wellbeing, Disability and Inclusion Team. Reporting to the Academic Director for Student Experience, the Head of Wellbeing, Disability and Inclusion will also support the strategic vision for the team and contribute to the institution’s wider goals and objectives.

The successful candidate will have significant previous clinical experience but will be looking to further develop their management career. Therefore, the successful candidate should have a degree or equivalent and be professionally trained and registered with an appropriate professional body in their field of specialism. They should also have experience of managing teams, preferably in Higher Education.

Further details can be found in our job description and person specification.

Salary: £55,000-£65,000, to be determined on basis of qualifications and experience

Candidates wishing to apply should send their CV and cover letter to: academicresourcing@london.aru.ac.uk

This job will require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) enhanced and barred list check.

Higher Education Student Counsellor/Psychotherapist

Location: London                                            Placed On: 28 October 2022

Salary: Competitive                                         Closes: 20 November 2022

Hours: Part Time (2.5 days, job share)          Job Description

Contract Type: Permanent 

We are seeking to appoint experienced Counsellors/Psychotherapists to join our Wellbeing Service, which is part of The Student Experience Directorate.

Successful candidates will have an appropriate counselling/psychotherapy professional qualification, be registered with a recognised professional body and hold professional indemnity insurance. They will have at least 2 years clinical experience, ideally in a Higher Education Institutional context.

Appointed role holders will work as part of a multidisciplinary team to support

students’ physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Role holders should have experience of providing mental health support to students through a variety of mechanisms including time limited individual counselling, single sessions and group support as well as delivering proactive mental wellbeing activities.

They will also be able to demonstrate a strong track record of working safely and effectively with high risk students, and have experience of networking, liaising and using referral processes, both internally and within the wider context of NHS services and other statutory and voluntary agencies.

Role holders must also have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong positive and collaborative working relationships with colleagues within the wellbeing team, and key staff across the university.

This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service Check (DBS), satisfactory employment references, identification, qualification checks and professional indemnity insurance certificate will need to be provided prior to commencing duties to establish the suitability of the candidate.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Ability to work methodically, calmly and sensitively in all situations
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to use initiative and support colleagues when responding to complex student situations
  • Ability to be innovative and use judgement to ensure the needs of students are met
  • Ability to reflect on situations and respond appropriately
  • Dependability, reliability and consistent ability to produce high quality, accurate work, requiring close attention to detail

Please send your CV and covering letter to: Academicresourcing@london.aru.ac.uk

Disability and Dyslexia Advisor

Disability and Dyslexia Advisor

Location: London                                            Placed On: 28 October 2022

Salary: Competitive                                         Closes:  20 November 2022

Hours: Part Time (2.5 days, job share)          Job Description

Contract Type: Permanent 

We are seeking to appoint experienced Disability and Dyslexia Advisor to join our Wellbeing Service, which is part of The Student Experience Directorate.

Successful candidates will have a qualification appropriate to this role and be registered with a recognised professional body. The successful candidate will have at least 2 years experience in a similar capacity, ideally in a Higher Education Institutional context.

Appointed role holders will work as part of a multidisciplinary team to support students’ physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Role holders should have experience of providing mental health support to students through a variety of mechanisms including individual advising, and providing single session and group support study skills sessions for students with specific learning difficulties as well as delivering proactive mental wellbeing activities.

They will also be able to demonstrate a strong track record of working safely and effectively with high risk students, and have experience of networking, liaising and using referral processes, both internally and within the wider context of NHS services and other statutory and voluntary agencies.

Role holders must also have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong positive and collaborative working relationships with colleagues within the wellbeing team, and key staff across the university.

This post is subject to satisfactory employment references, identification and qualification checks.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Ability to work methodically, calmly and sensitively in all situations
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to use initiative and support colleagues when responding to complex student situations
  • Ability to be innovative and use judgement to ensure the needs of students are met
  • Ability to reflect on situations and respond appropriately
  • Dependability, reliability and consistent ability to produce high quality, accurate work, requiring close attention to detail

Please send your CV and covering letter to: Academicresourcing@london.aru.ac.uk

 

Employer Engagement Officer

Employer Engagement Officer

Anglia Ruskin University, London (ARU London) is an ambitious, teaching-led undergraduate and postgraduate education provider, primarily aimed at a widening participation student body.  Based in Farringdon and East India Dock, ARU London is a multi-building campus with approximately 10,000 students studying Accounting, Business, Events, Finance, Health, Hospitality, Law, and Tourism. 

We are seeking to appoint an Employer Engagement Officer as soon as possible to join the Employability team. The key purpose of the role is to organise, establish and support employer engagement activities within ARU London; Gather graduate labour market information; Create opportunities for graduate employment; Work with the Employability Team and other ARUL colleagues to effectively establish, promote and deliver Industrial Information programmes.

If you share our belief in the transformative nature of education, then we would like to talk to you about this opportunity at ARU LondonThis is a full-time permanent post.

Please see the full job description here

For queries or an opportunity to discuss the position further please contact: Anita Virik, Head of Employer Engagement, at Anita.Virik@london.aru.ac.uk

To apply, please send your CV with a cover letter outlining how you meet the job description to Anita.Virik@london.aru.ac.uk Closing date: 9th December 2022

Location: London (Farringdon and East India Dock)

Salary: £28,000 to £35,000

 

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