Residential Mentor applications are now open!
We are looking for Residential Mentors at our Charlotte Court and Bramall Court halls from September 2019 – July 2020.
This role is voluntary and the successful mentors will receive a 50% rebate off accommodation fees.
Living away from home whilst studying can be a challenging time for many students but can also be very rewarding and many friendships forged in our halls are for life.
SHU Residential Mentors work collaboratively with the university’s student support services, Students Union, Hallam Active, halls’ site staff and external agencies to build communities within our halls, provide support and information about university services and arrange and communicate social events available to other hall residents.
All Residential Mentors are required to live on-site in either Bramall or Charlotte Court and must be fully enrolled students of Sheffield Hallam University.
For further information about the role please see the Residential Mentor role description and person specifications below
Expression of interest:
If you are interested in taking part in the Residential Mentoring programme, you will need to fill in an expression of interest form.
Please return this form and all required supporting documentation to email@example.com by the closing date Monday 11th February 2019.
Please note that a reference from your academic adviser/personal tutor will be required with your application.
The selection event for this role will be held on Thursday 28th February 2019.
Find out more
For informal enquiries about this job, department and selection process, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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