Student Community Wardens

  • If you would like to support your local community, engage with your student peers and earn some extra cash, why not consider becoming a Student Community Warden?

    The Student Community Warden role includes encouraging students and permanent local residents, to build positive relationships with their neighbours as well as assisting in resolving disputes. They provide advice and guidance to students living in private rented houses on how to be a good neighbour, by keeping noise levels down and managing their waste and recycling effectively. They also advise students on personal and property safety and carry out regular litter picks off campus.

    Why become a Student Community Warden?

    If you are a Brookes student with a passion for improving community relations, excellent inter-personal skills, and would consider yourself to be self-motivated with the ability to use your own initiative, this could be ideal for you.

    • Flexible hours, working around your other commitments
    • Competitive rate of pay (£10.34 per hour, average 4 hours per week)
    • Gain knowledge and valuable customer relations skills
    • A positive addition to your CV

    Please see the application form attached. Deadline for applications is Tuesday 23 April 2019. Email your application to Emma Trundley (

    Training to be provided in September 2019 (Week 0, Date TBC) 

    Role to start w/c 23 September 2019

    We aim to recruit 16 new Student Community Wardens twice a year.Deadline for applications is Monday 5 March 2018 (week 6). Training to be provided in week 10 (date TBC). Role to start week 11 (date TBC) and continue into the following academic year.

    Further details

    To find out more or to apply please download the job description and application form below:


    For more information or if you have any queries contact Emma Trundley (