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Wellbeing Library Project Officer

In these exciting roles, you will work with individuals from a wide range of academic departments on a WIHEA funded project seeking to generate a Warwick wellbeing open access resource library. The roles will focus around capturing successful pedagogies and activities aimed at embedding wellbeing within the curriculum, in order to engage and support staff and students in the development and delivery of approaches for incorporating wellbeing in the curriculum, while celebrating existing Warwick excellence in this pedagogic field. A number of projects have already identified a pressing need to facilitate wider incorporation of wellbeing within the curriculum at Warwick, and you will play a key role in driving forward this agenda.  

Applications close: 23rd of January

Wellbeing Library Project Officer: https://www.unitemps.com/Search/JobDetails/19782425 

Wellbeing Library Project Officer with IT Focus: https://www.unitemps.com/Search/JobDetails/19782610 

Both the posts are open to UG, PGT and PGR students. These are paid roles. 

Wed 15 Jan 2020, 14:50

IATL Co-Creation Officers

IATL is currently seeking to recruit 2 students to join its co-creation team. This is an exciting opportunity to work within the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL) to support the existing team and develop the work of the department as a Co-Creation Officer. Co-creation Officers will champion IATL and its activities at events and in smaller groups, participate inIATL’s core functions – such as assessing funding applications – and will be encouraged to identify opportunities to develop IATL’s work both within the department and the wider University. The successful students will engage with the wide scope of this role to make a positive difference to teaching, learning and the Warwick community.  

The Co-creation Officers will be current Warwick students in the academic years 2019-20 and 2020-21. This is a paid role.  

Applications are now closed.

Mon 13 Jan 2020, 15:49 | Tags: Student Role