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Social Prescribing Project Manager

Student Advice and Guidance

Location:  Wrexham
Salary:  £35,844 to £39,151 per annum, pro rata
Fixed Term / Part Time
Closing Date:  Friday 05 June 2020
Interview Date:  Tuesday 16 June 2020
Reference:  1920172

Part time 27 hours per week (0.73FTE), Fixed term, 2 years

Wrexham Glyndwr University wishes to appoint an experienced Project manager to lead and manage a £430k HEFCEW funded project that seeks to transform access to wellbeing support for students studying in higher Education.  This bold, innovative and student centred project aims to enhance student wellbeing, build resilience and promote new ways of working using a replicable model of social prescribing. Co-created with key partners to benefit the university within its local community, this project is seen as part of a whole systems approach to wellbeing and will create a blue print that can be replicated across the HEI sector in Wales.

Working as a part of the student and campus life team, the post holder must have the experience, knowledge and skills to coordinate the various stages of the project, engage multiple stakeholders and partners and have the ability to report accurately against key outputs.

We are therefore looking to appoint an experienced project manager who is qualified to degree level or above and who can demonstrate strong organisational and planning skills. The post holder must also have effective networking and partnership building skills, together with the experience of managing budgets/deploying resources effectively.

Knowledge of Social Prescribing and/ or a background in mental health and wellbeing would be desirable.

The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable.

Interviews will be held on 16 June 2020.

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Wrexham Glyndwr University is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates and will ensure applicants will not be discriminated against due to their protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. The University will make all efforts to meet your access requirements, please contact our Human Resources Team as soon as possible to discuss any adjustments you may need.  

We welcome applications in Welsh and English. Any applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.


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