UCL News


Vice-wardens wanted

28 April 2004

Full-time graduate students registered at UCL for the 2004-2005 academic year are invited to apply for vice-wardenships at UCL's student residences.

Professor John Foreman

The posts are voluntary and do not carry an employment contract with UCL. Vice-wardens are expected to reside within one of the residences, and a student room is provided free of charge. Posts usually last for two years, but students on a one-year Masters programme will be considered.

Professor John Foreman, UCL's Dean of Students, said: "Vice-wardens report to the warden or residence manager, and assist with the promotion of a good social atmosphere, maintain good order, advise students with pastoral problems and deal with emergencies. Training, including first-aid, is mandatory and is provided over two days."

Previous experience is not essential, but applicants should mention any relevant experience of caring roles.

Vacancies are available for Hawkridge, Astor College, Ramsay Hall, Ifor Evans Hall/ Max Rayne House, Schafer House, Campbell House, Goldsmid House and John Dodgson House. Applicants may state a preference, but those who specify consideration for only one location have limited chance of success.

Applicants should send a CV, letter of application and two references in sealed envelopes by post to the Dean of Students' Office. One reference should be from a member of UCL staff. Applications must be received no later than 26 April 2004.

To find out more about the posts, use the link below.

Link: Dean of Students' Office