Working as part of a team, you would support students to manage challenges and participate fully in student life. You would address the full range of mental health problems in a sensitive and professional manner, and liaise with community services where required. A flexible approach to work, especially in response to crisis/risk, is an essential in this role.
You will ideally be RMN or MHSW qualified, and will certainly have a degree or equivalent qualification. You must have relevant professional mental health experience and will be approachable, pragmatic and an active listener. You will be able to think clearly about risk and boundaries and demonstrate an understanding of vulnerability, confidentiality and the pressures of student life. Personal resilience and the ability to remain calm in response to challenging situations will be a vital part of your professional approach.