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We’re UCL, one of the world’s leading Universities and a member of the prestigious Russell Group. We have an enviable record for high quality teaching and research, a culture of promoting diversity and sustainability, and 30 Nobel laureates among our alumni and current and former staff. Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, we were the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. Today UCL has over 50,000 students and 12,500 staff and is one of the world’s top 10 universities

Student and Registry Services are responsible for providing services to all students throughout their time at UCL and for supporting academic departments and administrative staff in delivering a high quality student experience. We also play a key role in co-ordinating UCL’s governance processes and academic quality assurance operations.

UCL Student Support and Wellbeing Services (SSW) provides information, advice and welfare support for all registered students, including delivery of related student events. The UCL Student Support and Wellbeing Team (Disability Mental Health and Wellbeing) is responsible for the delivery of advice and support aimed to enable students who identify as disabled to thrive and succeed at UCL.

About the role

We are recruiting for a Mental Health Coordinator to join our SSW team. The successful candidate will provide information, advice and support students with disabilities, prospective students and those who may be affected by wellbeing and/or mental health difficulties. This will include face to face (drop-in sessions and appointments), telephone and email support.

The Mental Health Coordinator will identify reasonable adjustments for individual students and liaise with academic and other staff to ensure their needs are disseminated in a confidential manner, as well as promoting the service and leading on wellbeing initiatives throughout the UCL community.

About you

To excel in this role, you will need experience working with people who have a wide range of disabilities and mental health difficulties, excellent understanding of UK disability legislation and confidentiality and data protection issues. You should have a relevant professional qualification in the mental health field, experience mentoring or supporting individuals with mental health difficulties and experience of advising students on a wide range of wellbeing matters.

You are highly organised and able to prioritise, and are able to manage your own workload, as well as supervise or coordinate the work of others. You also have excellent administrative skills including the ability to maintain accurate and detailed records, and excellent IT skills including MS Office. You are a confident and clear communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to listen and advise, exercise tact and diplomacy and maintain confidentiality.

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