Welfare Officer: Role Profile

The Welfare Officer operates morning surgeries for the students Monday to Friday. They will liaise closely with the Programme Director over the allocation of medicines and any medical attention and general care. The Welfare Officer forms part of the pastoral team caring for the international student body on welfare and medical issues.

Why become a Welfare Officer?

Being a Welfare Officer is a great opportunity to work with young students from all over the world. We provide support and facilities to allow the Welfare Officer to operate in an effective way to provide pastoral and medical support for the students and staff.

What skills do you need?

  • An abundance of enthusiasm for working with young people
  • Registered nurse with the RCN
  • Experience of working with children
  • Strong communicator

Current Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies.