Wellbeing & Pastoral Mentor
Wellbeing & Pastoral Mentor
22 hrs hours, term time only, 39-week position Salary scale 18-21 - Grade 4 £18,758 - £20,946 (Full time equivalent)
Post-split between Hereford and Ludlow Campuses as one role
or 2 separate roles would be considered
(Hereford – 10 hours per week/Ludlow – 12 hours per week)
The Safeguarding Team is looking for resilient Wellbeing & Pastoral Mentors to support the expansion of the current service. These posts are to support the work of the Safeguarding & Wellbeing Manager across the college. The post is key for the successful delivery of pastoral services for students.
This exciting position will mentor a caseload of students, providing a holistic wellbeing support service within the college environment. The role is key in supporting students to continuously seek to improve their safety, health and well-being, as well as their retention at College to achieve academic success. Working with college staff and partner agencies will be key aspects of the role.
The successful applicant must possess the drive, energy and enthusiasm for such a pivotal role and have experience of providing pastoral and welfare related services for with a range of client groups.
Total annual holiday entitlement of 38 days (rising to 43 after 5 years service) pro rata.
A comprehensive package of employee benefits is in place including a competitive salary, above average holiday entitlement, eligibility to join a defined benefit pension scheme with excellent financial contributions of 19.9 % by the College and pension death in service grant of 3 x salary, generous occupational sickness, maternity, paternity and shared parental leave pay schemes, high number of free on-site parking bays, access to a range of free CPD events, professional qualifications and recreational courses, flexible working policy, eye care voucher scheme, cycle to work scheme, wellbeing support, use of free on site gymnasium, reduced fees for on site children’s nursery, access to competitively priced food outlets, access to on site training restaurant and occasional free hairdressing and beauty treatments.
HLNSC is committed to equality of opportunity, safeguarding including the Prevent Duty and promoting the welfare of all learners and expects all members of staff to share this commitment.
Please contact Nicola Butler Safeguarding Manager & DDSL on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an informal discussion if required.
Visit our website www.hlcollege.ac.uk or telephone (01432) 365429 or email email@example.com for a job description and application form.
Please return completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Sunday 22nd May 2022
Interview date: To be confirmed