Could you be a Living Support Assistant?
- Are you a confident, out-going ‘people person’ who is easy to get to know?
- Do you want to develop your leadership qualities?
- Are you able to work as part of a team, as well as working on your own initiative?
- Are you able to confront other people’s poor behaviour in a constructive manner?
- Do you think you can be a good role model for people new to Glasgow and the University?
Develop skills for your future career
- Communication skills
- Problem solving
And receive Certificated First Aid and Mental Health Awareness training.
- Living Support Assistants receive a 60% rebate of a standard room in UofG accommodation.
- Senior Living Support Assistants receive a 100% rebate of a standard room in UofG accommodation.
Duty Rota Shifts
Living Support Assistant shifts can vary from 1 night in 3 to 1 night in 7.
About living support
Fully trained Wardens and Living Support Assistants are available to help with any issues that arise outwith office hours (e.g. health, safety, student emotional support and discipline, as well as any other issues that may arise during your stay with us).
Wardens and Living Support Assistants are typically postgraduates or later year undergraduate students who live in the residences and provide advice and support outwith normal office hours.
Accommodation Services Policies and Procedures
Information on how to make a complaint, who to make a complaint to and how complaints are handled by Accommodation Services.
Confiscation of Items
Customer Care Statement
Accommodation Services statement on what we do to provide a high and consistent level of service with a strong focus on customer care.
Equality and Accessibility
The University's policy on equality and accessibility in relation to the provision of accommodation.
Details of the University's procedures to be followed in managing false fire activations and fire occurrences within the residences.
Good neighbour and noise policies
How the University deals with noise issues and guidance on how to be a good neighbour in residence.
Overnight Guest Procedure and Guidelines
Information on the procedure and guidelines to be followed when accommodating overnight guests.
Student Recharge Procedure
Provides information on how the University recovers costs associated to loss, damage or vandalism caused to
property, fixtures, fittings, furniture and equipment by residents or their visitors of any accommodation managed by the University.
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