An Exciting Opportunity to Join our Team!

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team in a Wee Campus Team Member role.  We are looking for someone with an interest and experience in higher education, who is able to engage with people at all levels, and has experience in supporting others.

Closing date for applications is 23rd February, with interviews the following week.  The post is for 20 hours per week for a fixed term till June 2026 and will be located in Scotland.  Salary is £23,000 (pro rata).  

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Please see below for more details about this exciting opportunity to join our team.

Wee Campus Project

The Wee Campus is a project within The Why Not Trust, which offers support to students with experience of care, through our digital community.  The Wee Campus Team member have a focus of developing and promoting the Wee Campus to students in Further and University education.  Recognising the importance of relationships for all, the Wee Campus will use our digital hub to allow students with experience of care to engage with and support each other, access information and reach out for individual support if required.  


The post holder working with other team members will support our promoting, developing, and reporting activities which include;

  • Promoting the Wee Campus through social media posts and events, increasing engagement and opportunities for student to connect or reconnect with others. 
  • Initiate and support regular activities within the Wee Campus  
  • To contribute to all relevant meetings and any other tasks as defined. 
  • To work within the values, policies, and procedures of the Why Not? Trust 
  • Promote the opportunities offered through Wee Campus to professionals supporting students within educational establishments. 
  • Gather data and report on progress and engagement.

Person Spec

The role will be suited to someone who has an interest and experience in higher education and ability to engage with people at all levels.  Someone who has experience of supporting others and the ability to multi-task.  Someone who with support can work independently, as well as part of a team.  Someone with excellent communication skills, including use of social media.

We welcome applications from people with lived experience or understanding of lived experience, including potential impact of stigma, judgement and discrimination.