UCL’s Division of Psychology and Language Sciences recruiting for Student Advisory Board Members

Rate of pay: £14.10 per hour

An exciting opportunity has arisen at UCL’s Division of Psychology and Language Sciences to become a Student Advisory Board member for our student mental health programme. We are looking to recruit up to 10 students from Universities across England and Wales to advise on the strategic direction and priorities of the Psychology Informing University Practices for Wellbeing (PsychUP for Wellbeing) programme, alongside our Professional Advisory Board members.

PsychUP for Wellbeing has been set up to improve the knowledge base about mental health at university, develop models of mental health care and integrated care pathways, engage key stakeholders (e.g., students, members of staff, student service leads and university senior leaders) and promote the principles of evidence-based practice to the Higher Education support sector.

The commitment is attendance at Advisory Board meetings four times a year. Student Advisory Board members are remunerated.

Further details about the programme, role and eligibility criteria and what we are looking for are provided in the attached Role Description and Person Specification, and the Advisory Board Terms of Reference.


How to apply

Applications should be made by sending your CV and a cover letter outlining why you’d to apply for the role and how you fit the above person specification.

Please note that your CV and cover letter should be sent to us from your University email address to psychup@ucl.ac.uk by 5pm, Sunday 31st January

Interviews provisionally scheduled for Friday 5th February

Powered By EmbedPress

Powered By EmbedPress