- Facilitate the Introduction to Active Bystander workshop for incoming undergraduate and taught postgraduate students (online and some in-person sessions).
- Facilitate the Active Bystander Intervention course for self-selecting undergraduate and postgraduate students and sports club & society executive committee members throughout the 2023/24 academic year (in-person).
- Identify learning needs of students, and use appropriate teaching and learning methods and techniques to provide learning support.
- Use a range of delivery techniques and strategies to enthuse and engage students.
- Use a range of media to effectively communicate complex and conceptual ideas to a range of audiences.
- Maintain confidentiality and sensitivity with participants' information and engagement, following essential safeguarding procedures (as per training).
- Provide within workshop/drop-in hours pastoral care of students as required including signposting to other services.
- Be knowledgeable about resources related to unacceptable behaviours such as sexual misconduct, harassment and abuse, hate crime, racism and LGBTphobia, and be comfortable signposting to support and making referrals as needed.
- Undertake duties related to course administration, including but not limited to maintaining attendance records, and collecting and storing evaluation data.
- Represent the bystander intervention programme at University events and with departmental contacts as required.
- Reflect on and develop teaching and learning skills.
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Required
- Good honours degree or equivalent (in a relevant area).
- Competence in teaching at an appropriate level with ability to foster a positive, respectful and inclusive learning environment.
- Ability to manage challenging group dynamics.
- Experience teaching online and face-to-face.
- Willing to engage in reflection and assessment of practice, share learning with the team, act on development required, and engage in training.
- Strong presentation skills, as well as high levels of creativity and innovation.
- Interest, passion and enthusiasm for educating students.
- Demonstrate sound judgment, leadership and professional communication skills.
- Ability to work respectfully within a team.
- Good organisational skills, proactive in maintaining records as required and flagging issues.
- Comfortable talking about sex, sexual violence and gender-based violence.
- Experience with diverse socio-economic, racial/ethnic, international, and LGBTQUIA+ populations, including knowledge and understanding of intersectional approaches to prevention efforts.
- Experience delivering workshops or facilitating discussion on issues of sexual or gender-based violence and/or other unacceptable behaviours.
- Experience of sexual violence prevention work and consent education.
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