Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator
HBVC is an exciting and innovative college with a reputation for high-quality provision that is responsive to the needs of our learners. Based in Birmingham, we specialise in providing excellent education and support to learners with diverse and additional needs. We offer full-time Study Programmes that provide individualised learning experiences, whilst developing learner’s key employability and supported living skills. Our entire staff team are very passionate about making HBVC a great place for everyone to be and are committed to enabling learners to fulfil their aspirations. We have a unique approach to ensuring everyone feels a part of our college which is reflected in our core values of Openness, Challenge, Excellent, Development and Inclusion.
We are looking for a Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator to join our growing team and contribute towards achieving ‘Outstanding’ status.
Working alongside our Pastoral and Therapies Team and reporting into our Head of Pastoral you will focus on developing and delivering a high-quality health provision to make a real impact on learner wellbeing and ensure our learners are equipped with the skills and knowledge need to keep themselves safe and make risk-enabling choices. The health provision will be clearly mapped and embedded throughout the curriculum by providing a holistic and systemic approach to learning.
The main purpose of the role is to lead on all aspects of Relationships, Sex and Health Education, ensuring a highly effective and successful study programme, and a coherent approach to supporting learners with their specific needs. To equip learners with the knowledge and skills to keep themselves safe and make risk-enabling choices with regards to their health and wellbeing, specifically learners’ relationships and sexual health, and effectively utilising resources to ensure a person-centred approach to learning in order to maximise learners’ retention and progress.
Whilst you consider the role information above, we think it's important to tell you a little about why you should come and work for HBVC. We’re all about our people; our staff, our learners, our families. Working in education can be very challenging, particularly right now and the wellbeing of our staff team is vitally important to us. We recognise that you spend a considerable amount of your time at work, and we want that time to be happy, and healthy, including having a healthy work-life balance.
Please note, this is a term time only role, meaning you will be required to work during term time only, taking all college holidays. The salary range stated above has already been pro-rata to take this into account, and the £ range stated is therefore the actual salary range for this position, with no further reductions to be applied for term time only working.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. Prior to attending your interview, we will ask you to complete a pre-interview criminal convictions declaration form and will obtain at least 1 reference. Both must be received by us before your interview can take place. As this post involves working with or access to vulnerable adults, the successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service including an Adult Barred List check.
Download our job pack below to find out more about this exciting new position, and why you should choose us as the next step in your career.