National Student Relations Manager - NAT - NSRM
Applications accepted until:
Number of Openings

Campus/Business Unit:


Direct Reporting Line:

Teaching & Learning Manager

Job Purpose:

To oversee holistic wellness of students and to support, manage and develop the full student experience through the initiation and implementation of a range of student services and programmes on each Rosbank College campus.

Key Performance Area:

National Student Wellness Management

  • Leads the SRM team by guiding, mentoring, enabling and empowering all Student Relations Managers (SRMs) and Student Relations Co-oridnators (SRC) at campus level.
  • Provides advice continuously as counselling issues are raised with the job incumbent by SRMs/ SRCs
  • Debriefs the SRMs annually to manage the student counselling process proactively.
  • Manages all professional registration requirements for the SRM

Community Engagement (CE) and Citizenship

  • Ensures that all relevant IIE student support and community engagement policies are rolled out effectively on all sites, e.g. Voluntarism, community outreach, citizenship.
  • Facilitates the media reporting on these initiatives to the public which impacts directly on the brand identity and image of Rosebank College.
  • Consolidates the reporting for all RC campuses into the appropriate national and group structures on a weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
  • Provides ongoing training and development of campus SRMs to ensure current competency levels.

Social Awareness Campaigns implementation

  • Drives the implementation of monthly awareness campaigns based on international trends and pertinent social issues, e.g. Cancer awareness, HIV
  • Ensures that the social awareness campaigns are relevant and appropriate based on the need of the campus
  • Facilitates the communication of all Awareness Campaigns across all campuses, e.g. Blood donor clinics
  • Ensures the monoting and evaluation of all programmes to direct future implemtation and needs


Postgraduate Diploma / Bachelors Degree / Honours Degree (NQF Level 8) in Social Work or Psychology fields

Must be registered with the HPCSA


Honours Degree

Work Experience:

3 years Counselling experience (preferably in an Academic environment)

2 years Supervisory experience

2 years Community experience

Working Conditions:

Campus Environment