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Opportunity 1: Become a Community Facilitator

Community Facilitators are returning undergraduate students and post graduate students who are living in our Residences to build a fun, inclusive and friendly community. This is a unique position as you will be employed by King’s as a member of staff, while being a student; allowing you the opportunity to interact with various members of staff and faculty at the university. Through the planning and hosting of events in the residence halls you will be able to create a fun and inclusive community for our students to call home and provide the best student experience for KCL students across central London.

As well as getting paid for this role, you will

  • Organise community events for residence students
  • Receive training that is highly valued by employers
  • Develop communication and networking skills
  • Build on employment experiences for your CV as well as have your achievements recorded through HEAR!

Before you Apply

The application form has been designed to assess your suitability for the role based on the job description, which we strongly suggest you review prior to completing this application to maximise your chances of being shortlisted. Note that you will be asked to provide the name and contact details of two referees, so please have these ready before you begin.

I love being able to share my knowledge about King's, university in general and the independence that I learnt in my first year.

R.R. Stamford Street Apartments CF

 

Get in touch

For further information about becoming a Community Facilitator email us:

Further information on becoming a Community Facilitator

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Opportunity 2:  Become a Residence Welfare Lead

Please Note: Due to the current restrictions in response to COVID-19, there will be a delay in the recruitment process. Please bear with us through this uncertain time. We will respond to all applicants as fast as we can. For any queries or concerns, please email welfare@kcl.ac.uk.

Residences Welfare Leads (previously known as Residence Wardens) are volunteer post-graduate students or full-time employees at King’s College London who support the King’s Residences team with the welfare and conduct of students within residences. Being a Residences Welfare Lead at King’s College London is an excellent opportunity for those wanting to get more involved with activities that directly impact student experience, as well as developing skills that will enrich their lives and CVs! This is a great opportunity for those looking to make a real impact to students that would otherwise find life at university very hard.

  • We are now open for applications; the post will close when all positions have been fillled, no later than 1st May 2020
  • If you are a current Residence Welfare Lead: Application Here.
  • If you are a new applicant, not currently serving as an RWL in King’s Residences: Application Here.

Perks of the role

King’s Residences provides these volunteers with rent-free accommodation as living-in is a condition of service as Residences Welfare Leads for the proper performance of their duties. In addition, Residences Welfare Leads receive extensive training at the start of their appointment around the areas of student welfare, conduct and wellbeing.

Eligibility

You must be a postgraduate student or fulltime employee at King’s College London with enough course/contract time to cover the appointment period (3rd August 2020 – 31st July 2021). Staff at King’s Residences are not eligible to apply.

We strongly encourage all potential applications to attend a “Becoming a Welfare Lead” session on campus. There are some subtle changes to the role this year. These sessions offer a detailed insight into the role and allow you to fully understand and explore any questions you may have about the volunteer role before making your application. These sessions are designed to give you a clearer idea of the benefits and challenges of the position and you will have the opportunity to hear about the lived experiences of current RWLs. The dates and times of the original sessions have had to be postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 restrictions in place. New dates and times will be shared as soon as possible.

For me it would be feeling that I’ve made a positive impact on the experience of some of the students here, and helped them progress throughout their year.

Shannon Whyborne, Residences Welfare Lead

Contact us

If you have any questions regarding the Residence Welfare Lead role email us:

Further details on becoming a Residence Welfare Lead

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