Job and other opportunities
Please see below various Job Opportunities which may be of interest.
LEAPS Pre-UCAS External interviewers required
LEAPS is looking to employ casual interviewers to help carry out pre-UCAS interview work. This work runs from the end of August until November each year. LEAPS are looking for people who can commit two or three days per week of their time during this interviewing season (Monday to Friday).
The pre-UCAS interviews help students to look at their choices for UCAS in light of their S5 results and their S6 curriculum. Interviews also cover areas like back-up options and personal statements and encourage the students to undertake their own research and attend Open Days if possible. At the end of each interview an action plan is prepared by the interviewer, a copy of which is sent to the student post-interview and a copy of which is held by LEAPS. LEAPS will follow up with the students and invite them to other activities throughout the year.
Interviews will be scheduled with schools in early August and we let interviewers know their commitments at that time. Training is usually held in late July or August and interviews start at the end of August.
This might suit student ambassadors or tutors, practitioners with background in admissions or widening participation who work, or are considering working on a more part-time basis or who are retiring or recently retired.
Further details are available here. Closing date is 14th June at 5pm and TEAMS interviews will take place on Monday 28th June 2021.
University of Stirling
Admissions Manager, Grade 7
Closing date 20 June 2021 at midnight.
Further details can be found on the University of Stirling website
University of Edinburgh
Widening Participation Manager (Student Lifecycle), Grade 7
Closing date 14 June 2021
See University of Edinburgh website for more details
Research Assistant in the Study of Widening Participation in Engineering, Department / School: Institute for Digital Communications, School of Engineering
Grade 6, 0.6 FTE
Closing date 14 June 2021
Stirling Council is expanding its Mentoring Service for Young People aged 12-25 and needs to recruit volunteers who are up for the challenge!
Volunteer Mentors will:
- Build a supportive relationship in an informal way with a young person to help them build confidence and access new opportunities
- Commit 1.5 -2 hours a week to support a vulnerable young person
- Put the young person first
- Be non-judgemental and supportive in a fun and friendly way
- Learn new skills via our enhanced training programme
- Meet new people, both young people and other mentors
- Receive tailored support from our Mentor Coordinator
- Enhance your CV
- Be able to give back to your community in a rewarding and enriching way
Could this be you? Could you mentor a young person? Volunteer Mentors will: Volunteer Mentors will: Contact: Molly Feinmann Tel: 07384536333 Email: email@example.com
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