1. Pastoral Care Services
Maintain a presence
during Freshers/Intro weekend to greet new arrivals and parents.
a "Welcome Meeting" at the beginning of Freshers/Intro
Week and encourage residents to attend.
Be available to
residents during published times of duty to advise or otherwise
discuss, in confidence, any problems students may have.
urgent problems and emergencies as required, including formal
periods of duty overnight and at weekends.
appropriate with colleagues and the Senior Residential Officer
to ensure continuity of care.
incident management procedure, ensuring that incidents are
satisfactorily addressed and resolved.
welfare issues, and refer these onwards where appropriate, in
accordance with predetermined channels of communication.
procedures to ensure adequate communication with the students
personal tutor at the University.
requirements in respect of student confidentiality including,
but not necessarily limited to, those provided for in the Data
programmes, under the direction of the Senior Residential
Officer, for the delivery of social activities within
events as and when required.
Attend Meetings as required.
Undertake training as required for the effective discharge of
Participate in the University Staff Review and Development
Any other reasonable duties as required.
quality pastoral care, as set out in departmental codes of
Assist in the
efficient operation of residence activities.
University's disciplinary policy in respect of students.
environment which allows the successful pursuit of learning and
the personal and social development of students.