Mental Health Adviser

Nottingham Trent University

About the Role​​​​​​​

Our Student Support Services function makes an important contribution to the NTU student experience, providing a range of specialist and professional services for students and operating in an integrated, multidisciplinary student services context across three University sites.

We are seeing to appoint a Mental Health Adviser to support a caseload of students (International and UK domiciled students) with a mixture of regular mentoring and advice to support our students to succeed on their course. 

Educated to degree level, the successful candidate will have a good understanding of the support needs and lived experience of students from a range of diverse backgrounds relevant to their participation in higher education, including reasonable adjustments, human and technical support.  An excellent working knowledge of the impact and barriers to learning for students with diagnosed Mental Health Conditions and the potential impact on student engagement, progression and attainment is also essential.  Due to the funding requirements for the provision of mentoring support for students in receipt of the Disabled Students Allowance, the successful candidate will require a relevant qualification and/or membership of a professional organisation from the list provided in the personnel specification. 

18.5 hours per week – 52 weeks of the year (working days can be negotiated).

Closing Date: Thursday 29th June

Interview Date: Friday 14th July

If you have any specific queries in relation to this role, please contact Jemma Cropper (Mental Health Team Leader (DSA) [email protected]

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