Graduate Intern - Student Academic Success and Partnership (Peer Assisted Study Session)

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Location: The City of Brighton and Hove, ENGLAND
Deadline: 24 Jun 2017

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Centre for Learning and Teaching
Location:  All university sites Brighton (Falmer, Grand Parade, Moulsecoomb), Eastbourne or Hastings
Salary:  £18,940 to £21,220 per annum
Closing Date:  Wednesday 28 June 2017
Reference:  ET5011-17-208

The Student Academic Success and Partnership (SASP) team in the Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT) has a role in supporting student learning and academic development through a range of projects including a university-wide peer learning scheme called Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS); the online Academic Study Kit (ASK) resources and study workshops; mentoring schemes; personal development and student engagement projects.

One of the main projects focused on through the internship is the Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) scheme . It is a student-led initiative where student volunteers are trained to facilitate weekly informal small group study sessions for first year students. PASS is coordinated by the SASP Team and runs in departments across the university.

We are looking for a highly motivated University of Brighton graduate who has experience as a student in being involved in SASP projects such as PASS and ASK, in order to provide support in the development of PASS and other SASP projects across the university.  The main areas of responsibility will be to provide support in the recruitment, training and supervision of student SASP Leaders for PASS and ASK; assisting in the development, administration and evaluation of the schemes; and providing support in organising SASP events and disseminating SASP practice in workshops, presentations and conferences.

As a highly motivated, champion of student engagement you will be proactive and able to work independently and to meet deadlines.

The role is fixed term for 13 months, starting in September 2017.  Job sharers welcome.

In return, we offer a wide range of employee benefits including a generous pension scheme, and annual leave starting at 25 days a year in addition to bank holidays and additional time off over the Christmas period. 


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