Recruitment

 

RECRUITMENT FOR 2015/16 IS STILL OPEN FOR HAZEL FARM! *

*PLEASE NOTE: recruitment for Stag Hill, Manor Park and Bellerby Court is now CLOSED. There are just a couple of vacancies left at Hazel Farm.

To apply for a Mentor or Team Leader role at Hazel Farm please read through the Recruitment Information and Job Purposes, then download and complete the Application Form and send it back to us at mentoring@surrey.ac.uk as soon as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: To be a Student Life Mentor, you must be living in a university court of residence for the undergraduate academic year 2015/16, or must have previously lived in any university court of residence whilst studying at Surrey.

 

2015 Mentoring Recruitment Information (84.89KB - Requires Adobe Reader) 2015 Team Leader Job Purpose (327.21KB - Requires Adobe Reader) 2015 Mentor Job Purpose (322.17KB - Requires Adobe Reader) 2015 Mentor and Team Leader Application Form (64.49KB)

 

Thinking of applying? Here's what some of last year's mentors had to say: 

“I think that it’s a really great thing to be able to help other people and really make a difference.” 

“I love the fact that this job is not mundane - you never know what you’re going to face when you walk into a flat!” 

“Organising socials are great fun and a nice break from Uni work!” 

“I feel really proud that I have gained people’s trust and respect over the year.” 

“Being a Mentor to a number of students has certainly built my confidence levels. Mentoring has given me a lot in terms of problem solving and knowing when to escalate situations”.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: What vacancies are available?
A: Mentor and Team Leader positions for Stag Hill campus, Manor Park campus and Hazel Farm campus.

Q: Do I need to I live on campus?
A: Not necessarily. You must be living in a university court of residence OR must have previously lived in any university court of residence whilst studying at Surrey.

Q: How often will I work?
A:  In Semester 1 Mentors work one evening shift between 18:00 and 21:00 + attend a one hour meeting per week.  In Semester 2 Mentors will work one shift + attend a one hour meeting once every two weeks.

Q: Do I have to work during exams?
A: No - You will not work during Revision, Exam or Reading weeks.

Q: Will I get paid?
A: Yes! Mentors get £7.62/hr*, Team Leaders will earn £8.62/hr* and you also accrue holiday pay on top of this. (*based on 2014/15 pay rates)

Q : Is there any training?
A: All applicants need to be available for compulsory training between 21st to 25th September 2015. If you do not attend training you will not be able to be a mentor. Training is unpaid, but lunch will be provided.

Q: When will I start?
A: Mentors start working from moving in weekend, the 26th and 27th September 2015.