Voluntary Subwarden - Hazlerigg Rutland & John Phillips Halls

Loughborough University
July 26, 2024
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Job title

Voluntary Subwarden - Hazlerigg Rutland & John Phillips Halls

Job reference

REQ240582

Date posted

04/07/2024

Application closing date

26/07/2024

Location

Loughborough

Package

Voluntary

Job description

OPEN TO LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY POST GRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS ONLY Voluntary Subwarden – Hazlerigg Rutland & John Phillips Halls

Vacancies have arisen for 2 Subwardens to join the existing team within Hazlerigg Rutland and John Phillips Halls of Residence. Applications are invited from post graduate research students of the University. The posts will provisionally start in September 2024 in time for the start of the 2024-25 academic year.

Accommodation and Catering Arrangements

Free accommodation is available during term time, and vacation time when participating in the duty rota. The accommodation available is only suitable for a single person. Breakfast, lunch and evening meals are provided Monday to Friday during term time in Hall.

Duties

Subwardens assist the Warden in the day to day running of the hall. Duties include pastoral, disciplinary and administrative tasks as well as being involved in social aspects of hall life. The successful applicant will be part of a team of 4 Subwardens, providing out-of-hours emergency cover for 2 halls totaling 484 students. Subwardens are encouraged to be involved in hall life, which helps to ensure the smooth running of both halls.

Personal Attributes

Candidates must display a high level of personal organisational ability, good administrative ability, leadership qualities and be sociable and a good team player. Subwardens are expected to demonstrate a commitment to the community spirit of the Hall and a willingness to engage with students and hall life in general.

It is very important to find out what you are committing yourself to and to understand what is involved. All applicants are required to find out more about the hall community as it forms an integral part of the selection process. The successful applicant must be available to attend Subwarden training sessions on 16th and 17th September 2024 and undertake first aid (18th & 19th September), mental health first aid and fire safety training when the courses are available.

Hall Warden

Mrs Bee King - [email protected]

Current Subwardens

Brian Wong - [email protected]

Johnny Cartucho - [email protected]

George Dawes - [email protected]

Yuanyuan Wu - [email protected]

Warden Team email (Warden & Subwardens) - HR-JP-Warden- [email protected]

Application Procedures

It is highly recommended that prospective candidates contact the Warden and current Subwardens to find out about Hall life and the likely duties. During the application process interested applicants will be invited to come and meet the team, to look around the halls, ask questions about the post prior to close of applications.

Mrs Bee King

Applicants should not submit a standard University application form. Please submit The Office of Voluntary Subwardenship application form together with an accompanying letter outlining suitability for the post. These are then to be sent directly to the Warden. Candidates must provide contact details for two written references (PhD Supervisors, Director of Studies / Line Manager, Head of Section). There will be an opportunity to look round the hall and completed application forms are to be submitted to the Warden by email by 6pm Friday 26 th July 2024 ([email protected]), with a view to holding interviews shortly thereafter. Successful candidates should be ready to take their place in hall in September 2024.

For the General conditions of service please click here.

Role outline can be found here.

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