We are currently looking to recruit a Disability Inclusion Advisor to a permanent full-time role.
Edinburgh Napier University is the ‘#1 Modern University in Scotland’. An innovative, learner centric university with a modern and fresh outlook, Edinburgh Napier is ambitious, inclusive in its ethos and applied in its approach.
The Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Department provides high quality, professional services to support potential and current students from their initial enquiry to Edinburgh Napier University through to graduation. A wide range of support for students is embedded across the University, provided through a variety of services. These include Disability Inclusion, Student Funding, Counselling and Mental Wellbeing, Student Accommodation, Academic Skills, Widening Participation and School Personal Development Tutors.
The Disability Inclusion Adviser will provide advice, guidance and support to students on a range of support issues from enquiry through to completion of academic studies. There will be a particular focus on students with an SPLD and/or AD(H)D.
The role holder will liaise and negotiate with University staff on the adjustments required to enable students to succeed on their academic programmes and will advise staff on enhancing the accessibility of programmes and services.
The role will focus on supporting students studying at the Sighthill campus but will also work with colleagues to support students at the Craiglockhart and Merchiston campuses.
The team are currently providing the services remotely online.
Who we are looking for?
We are looking for someone with a proactive, positive collaborative approach to working with both internal and external stakeholders alike, someone who, ideally, has extensive experience of supporting people with specific learning difficulties, disabilities and health difficulties. You will have a degree or substantial relevant work experience. Communication skills, both written and oral, are key in this position.
Candidates must evidence the essential criteria for the role, such as:
Disabled applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Benefits we offer
In return, we offer a great working environment where we support ambition, recognise achievement and offer an attractive benefits package. This includes a minimum of 36 days annual leave (includes bank holidays), a generous pension scheme, professional development opportunities, discounted access to onsite sports facilities and a wide range of other staff discounts.
Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG)
This post is subject to registration with the Protection of Vulnerable Groups scheme, for regulated work with children and/or protected adults as appropriate. Employment in this post is conditional on the successful post holder being able to obtain/holding PVG scheme membership.
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