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We have a very high staff return rate, but we are always happy to receive new applications! We offer an attractive package that will continue to grow as our summer schools do!

Why join Team Samiad

If you enjoy meeting new people and experiencing new things, then this is the job for you. You will be working with young people in a vibrant and fast-paced environment, where enthusiasm and fun are essential. Our team takes a vital role in making the students’ experiences so memorable.

Highlights

  • Fantastic work experience whilst having fun.
  • Coaching and leading a wide variety of activities, sports and excursions.
  • Looking after students from all around the world.
  • We also have non-summer programmes during half terms and on-and-off around the year.
  • Minimum 2 weeks up to 7 weeks of work during Summer July – August.
  • Training provided/coaching development opportunities.
  • Accommodation and food are included in the package.
£500 Per week plus Food and Board
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas: We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English. We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park! We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus. Role and Responsibilities To take part and even lead some daytime activities and evening events. You will be expected to participate and, in some cases, lead on a wide range of activities from dodgeball, football and rounders, to arts and crafts, team games and nature walks. You will be given the chance to be creative, bringing new ideas you have and implementing these into the Activity Programme. Be a positive role model for the students, providing a supportive and encouraging environment for each student to develop. Lead groups of students on excursions, following the pre-planned itinerary. Ensure that the students are always safe during an activity or on an excursion. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus. Support House Parent when doing the allocated day’s house duty, including wake-up, supervising students to, from and while in the houses, making sure to support a welcoming and positive atmosphere in the boarding houses. Help with arrivals and departures of students. Actively supervise and interact with students during meal and break times. Empower students to successfully engage in programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements No formal qualifications required DBS checks will be carried out Experience working with groups of children helpful but not required Coaching qualification helpful but not required Preferred Skills Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential Good communicator Hardworking Hours of work  Volunteers work 2 out of the 3 session a day. These sessions are spent either working with the activities or the welfare team. In some case they can also help in the classroom. All Volunteers will receive one full day off and an evening of per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Support Staff

Salary

£30000

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience ...

Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas: We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more 1-2-1 time with our students, and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park! We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus Role and Responsibilities Design, prepare and lead daytime activities and evening events. You will be expected to participate and, in some cases, lead on a wide range of activities from dodgeball, football and rounders, to arts and crafts, team games and nature walks. You will be given the chance to be creative, bringing new ideas you have and implementing these into the Activity Programme. Be a positive role model for the students, providing a supportive and encouraging environment for each student to develop. Lead groups of students on excursions, following the pre-planned itinerary. Ensure that the students are always safe during an activity or on an excursion. This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.  As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the House parent. Support House Parent when doing the allocated day’s house duty, including wake-up, supervising students to, from and while in the houses, making sure to support a welcoming and positive atmosphere in the boarding houses. Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed. Help with arrivals and departures of students. Actively supervise and interact with students during meal and break times. Respond to the needs of students and Group Leaders at all times, prioritising the safety and welfare of students reporting it to management. Empower students to successfully engage in programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements No formal qualifications required DBS checks will be carried out Experience working with groups of children helpful but not required Coaching qualification helpful but not required Preferred Skills Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential Good communicator Active and strong knowledge of games, activities and sports helpful Hours of work  Activity Leaders work 2 out of the 3 session a day. These sessions are spent leading the Activity Programme, planning and preparing activities, or on general duties. Outside of scheduled sessions, staff are responsible for attending any necessary meetings and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the students at all times.  As part of the weekly pastoral duties, Activity Leaders will also perform House Duty around twice per week, assisting their House Parent in the boarding houses. All Activity Leaders will receive one full day off and an evening of per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Support Staff

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience ...

Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas: We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students, and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English. We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park! We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus. Role and Responsibilities Provide a warm welcome for new students and group leaders. Organise accommodation for students and pre-arrival, departure and damage checks. Responsible for all welfare of student on campus including no residential students. Work with Welfare co-ordinator to complete duties have regular meeting and drop in sessions. Take the lead on actively promoting the welfare of the students with support from all other members of staff. Making sure students are where they should be and if not find children and take to specific event. Conduct basic first aid whenever it is required. Work with the staff to monitor customer feedback and complaints. Supervise free time, meal times and lights out. Take a part in the activities and often off-site excursions. Complete all necessary paperwork accurately and in a timely manner, for example accident reports. Take overall responsibility for the welfare & wellbeing of all students. Lead & cooperate with the other members of staff in house duties. Welcome students & parents arriving at the school being prepared to reassure & answer queries about pastoral & other elements of summer school life. Attend daily House Parent meetings with the Welfare Coordinator/Student Director, monitoring, recording & reporting any issues within the house. Induct staff members to the workings of the boarding house, how to deliver pastoral care & support you effectively in your House Parent duties. Be on duty during designated meal & break times ensuring appropriate standards of student behaviour & supervising student welfare always. Be responsible for attending to unwell students & making arrangements with doctors – where applicable in conjunction with the Welfare Coordinator. Oversee boarding house tidiness & report any maintenance issues to the Student Director making sure to ensure rooms are prepared for student arrivals & are tidy on departure. Perform daily lights out & wake up duties, assisted by a designated member of staff. Be prepared to take a parental role when required, particularly when homesickness occurs. Oversee & support students with issues of hygiene. Be able to address student behavioural issues in a professional, empathic & positively reinforced manner. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements No formal qualifications required DBS checks will be carried out Experience working with children Strong communication skills, ability to work under pressure, flexibility Ability to take control of & lead a group of children on activities & during excursions Strong organisational skill Preferred Skills Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential Good communicator Flexible Approachable Strong leadership skills Attention to detail High customer service skills Hours of work  House Parents are required to work intermittently throughout the day, beginning with wake-up duties, & finishing with lights-out. House Parents work six days out of seven and will have one full day and an evening off per week. The individual periods of work throughout the day are shorter than English lessons or activity sessions, which means over a week, House Parents will be on duty approximately the same length as other non-management staff.

Job Features

Job Category

Support Staff

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience ...

Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
Job Description Your role as an EFL teacher will be to plan, prepare and deliver a variety of English language classes to international students aged between 8 and 17 from all over the world . Your classes and teaching style must be enthusiastic, stimulating and engaging. The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas: We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students, and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English. We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park! We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus. Role and Responsibilities Classroom management; Planning - we provide lesson plans and slide to go with our curriculum that teachers need to review prepare and deliver lessons to a range of age groups Preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises Devising, writing and producing new materials, including audio and visual resources. Helping pupils improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills via group session. Checking and assessing pupils' work including marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work. Reporting on the development, progress and attainment of individual pupils; Basic administration, such as keeping student registers and attendance records. Engage fully in the activity program, leading, assisting and taking part in activities. Lead groups of students on excursions, following pre-planned itineraries. Ensure that the students are safe and engaged in the activity or excursion. This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.  As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the House parent. Support House Parent when doing the allocated day’s house duty, including wake-up, supervising students to, from and while in the houses, making sure to support a welcoming and positive atmosphere in the boarding houses. Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed. Help with arrivals and departures of students. Actively supervise and interact with students during meal and break times. Respond to the needs of students and Group Leaders at all times, prioritising the safety and welfare of students reporting it to management. Empower students to successfully engage in the programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Preparation and delivery of Intensive English classes (all teachers may be required to participate in this programme for part of their contract depending on student demand). Qualifications and Essential Requirements CELTA, TESOL or TEFL, or PGCE in relevant subjects, BEd, QTS Must be eligible to live and work in the UK Excellent spoken and written language skills, with English and foreign languages Must be organized and efficient Ability to work in a team Flexible attitude Preferred Skills Clear diction Patience Current first aid or RLSS lifesaving certificate Recent DBS check (formerly CRB) Hours of work  Teachers work 2 out of the 3 session a day. These sessions are spent teaching, planning and preparing lesson, being involved in activities/event or on general duties. Outside of scheduled sessions, staff are responsible for attending any necessary meetings and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the students at all times.  As part of the weekly pastoral duties, Activity Leaders will also perform House Duty around twice per week, assisting their House Parent in the boarding houses. All teachers will receive one full day off and an evening of per week

Job Features

Job Category

Manager

Job Description Your role as an EFL teacher will be to plan, prepare and deliver a variety of English language classes to international students aged between 8 and 17 from all over the world . Your cl...

Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas:
  • We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students. Our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English.
  • We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park
  • We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals
  • We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus.
Role and Responsibilities Plan and deliver a vibrant, imaginative and well-run programme of activities and social events. Brings together the ideas, energy and skills of the staff under their direction, to best deliver the programme. You will be expected to lead on a wide range of activities from dodgeball, football and rounders, to arts and crafts, team games and nature walks. Be a positive role model for the students, providing a supportive and encouraging environment for each student to develop. Lead groups of students on excursions, following the pre-planned itinerary. Ensure that the students are always safe  during an activity or on an excursion. Delegate, manage and support the activities team effectively. Having an awareness of the overall picture of the programme and how each staff member can contribute to and work within it is essential. Work closely and effectively with other members of the summer school management team Effectively induct all Activity Leaders during staff training and provide ongoing support, observations and training throughout the summer. Lead Activity Leader planning meetings to ensure events and delegated activities are prepared well in advance, ensuring that all staff involved in events are well briefed and aware of their roles prior to events starting. Attend and run daily meetings with activity staff and management. Produce comprehensive daily activity registers and rotas for students and staff. Ensure staff set up all equipment and facilities prior to events starting and pack down sufficiently at the end. Support new staff in camp life and lead by example. Take on more responsibility in the day to day structure of camp. Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed. Help with arrivals and departures of students. This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.  As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the house parent. Ensure that all events are sufficiently staffed, and everyone is aware of their duties. Ensure appropriate standards of student behaviour are maintained and deal with any issues as they arise. Along with the other members of the management team, be the face of the summer school, presenting a professional and positive environment for students, group leader and staff. Assist in the smooth running of students and parents arriving and departing at the school. Liaise with the campus manager on transfers to and from all activities and excursions. Assist with welfare and pastoral duties when needed and provide support to both Welfare Coordinator and House Parents. Respond to the needs of students and Group Leaders at all times, prioritising the safety and welfare of students reporting it to management. Empower students to successfully engage in programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Assist management in the effective day to day running of the centre Assist at any time with an emergency situation, or where a student is ill or injured. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements
  • No formal qualifications required
  • DBS checks will be carried out
  • A team player
  • Experience working with groups of children
  • Coaching qualification helpful but not required
  • Preferred Skills
  • Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential
  • Good communicator
  • Active and strong knowledge of games, activities and sports helpful
Hours of Work Due to the nature of the role, the Activity Coordinators working week is not divided into sessions like other summer school staff. The Activity Coordinator will have one day and one evening off per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Manager

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience ...

Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
Job Description Your role as a Teaching Coordinator you will plan, prepare and deliver a variety of English language classes to international students aged between 8 and 17 from all over the world. Your classes and teaching style must be enthusiastic, stimulating and engaging. You will support the English team and work with the rest of management to make sure it is a smooth and happy campus. The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas:
  • We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students, and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English.
  • We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park!
  • We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals
  • We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus.
Role and Responsibilities Classroom management; Planning - we provide lesson plans and slide to go with our curriculum that teachers need to review prepare and deliver lessons to a range of age groups Preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises Devising, writing and producing new materials, including audio and visual resources. Helping pupils improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills via group session. Checking and assessing pupils' work including marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work. Reporting on the development, progress and attainment of individual pupils; Basic administration, such as keeping student registers and attendance records. Engage fully in the activity program, leading, assisting and taking part in activities. Lead groups of students on excursions, following pre-planned itineraries. Ensure that the students are safe and engaged in the activity or excursion. This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included. Take overall responsibility for implementing and monitoring the performance of the Academic Programme. Be responsible for pre-arrival academic setup and effectively induct teachers at the beginning of the course. Set up the Teachers’ Preparation room with appropriate signage and maintain it as a functioning workspace. Organising the students into classes and informing students and teachers of their classes and levels. Fulfil all administrative duties as directed. Hold daily teachers’ meetings and support, manage and guide teachers through lesson observations, feedback and workshops. Carry out regular teaching workshops and ideas sessions. Ensure appropriate standards of student discipline are maintained. Deal sensitively with enquiries on classes and levels. Organise the Intensive English classes in the afternoons. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.  As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the House parent. Support House Parent when doing the allocated day’s house duty, including wake-up, supervising students to, from and while in the houses, making sure to support a welcoming and positive atmosphere in the boarding houses. Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed. Help with arrivals and departures of students. Actively supervise and interact with students during meal and break times. Respond to the needs of students and Group Leaders at all times, prioritising the safety and welfare of students reporting it to management. Empower students to successfully engage in the programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Work closely on a daily basis with the other members of the management team to ensure the successful running of the school. Preparation and delivery of Intensive English classes (all teachers may be required to participate in this programme for part of their contract depending on student demand). Qualifications and Essential Requirements
  • CELTA, TESOL or TEFL, or PGCE in relevant subjects, BEd, QTS
  • Must be eligible to live and work in the UK
  • Excellent spoken and written language skills, with English and foreign languages
  • Must be organized and efficient
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Flexible attitude
  • Preferred Skills
  • Clear diction
  • Patience
  • Current first aid or RLSS lifesaving certificate
  • Recent DBS check (formerly CRB)
Hours of work  Due to the nature of the role, the Activity Coordinators working week is not divided into sessions like other summer school staff. The Activity Coordinator will have one day and one evening off per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Manager

Job Description Your role as a Teaching Coordinator you will plan, prepare and deliver a variety of English language classes to international students aged between 8 and 17 from all over the world. Yo...

Manager, Temporary
Box Hill School, Cottesmore School, The Oratory School, Trent College, Wells Cathedral School
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries.   We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas:
  • We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students, and our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English. 
  • We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park! 
  • We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals 
  • We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus.
Role and Responsibilities Provide a warm welcome for new students, Group Leaders and staff Responsible for all welfare on camp mainly students but also working to make sure group leader and staff are all ok.   Work with the campus manager to implement staff rotas. Manage and support House Parents to complete their duties have regular meeting and drop in sessions. Take the lead on actively promoting the welfare of the students with support from all other members of staff. Conduct basic first aid whenever it is required Work with the campus manager to monitor customer feedback and complaints. Manage welfare duties, including writing staff rotas and supervising pastoral care duties.   Plan accommodation for students; organise pre-arrival, departure and damage checks. Liaise with Group Leaders, both informally and at meetings to ensure all group needs are me. Supervise free time, mealtimes and lights out.  Help students adjust to the UK and understand personal safety information and school rule. Take a lead role in managing the activities and often off-site excursions. Complete all necessary paperwork accurately and in a timely manner, for example accident reports. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements
  • No formal qualifications required
  • DBS checks will be carried out
  • Experience implementing processes and procedures
  • Experience managing a team
  • Experience working at a summer school
  • Experience working with children
  Preferred Skills
  • Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential
  • Good communicator 
  • Flexible 
  • Approachable
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Attention to detail
  • High customer service skills
  Hours of Work Due to the nature of the role, the working week is not divided into sessions like other summer school staff.  The Welfare Co-ordinator will normally have one day off per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Manager

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries.   We pride ourselves on offering a unique experie...

Temporary
Posted 11 months ago
The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience by focusing on the following four areas:
  • We have an industry leading staff to student ratio, meaning we can spend more one-2-one time with our students. Our teachers join in with all activities and excursions to encourage the use of English.
  •  We offer unique, high value excursions, including our now famous OVERNIGHT excursions to either a medieval castle or a safari park
  • We push the boundaries on what activities can be offered at a summer school, from zombie runs, escape games, assault courses and music festivals
  • We cap each language to 20%, meaning there is a maximum of 30 children with the same mother tongue at each campus.
Role and Responsibilities Plan and deliver a vibrant, imaginative and well-run programme of events trips and the party. Brings together the ideas, energy and skills of the staff under their direction, to best deliver the programme. You will be expected to lead on a wide range of activities from lip sync battle, quiz night, trashion show and many more. Be a positive role model for the students, providing a supportive and encouraging environment for each student to develop. Lead groups of students on excursions, following the pre-planned itinerary. Ensure that the students are always safe during an activity or on an excursion. Delegate, manage and support the activities team effectively. Having an awareness of the overall picture of the programme and how each staff member can contribute to and work within it is essential. Work closely and effectively with other members of the summer school management team. Effectively induct all Activity Leaders during staff training and provide ongoing support, observations and training throughout the summer. Lead Activity Leader planning meetings to ensure events and delegated activities are prepared well in advance, ensuring that all staff involved in events are well briefed and aware of their roles prior to events starting. Attend and run meetings with activity staff and management. Produce comprehensive daily activity registers and rotas for students and staff. Ensure staff set up all equipment and facilities prior to events starting and pack down sufficiently at the end. Support new staff in camp life and lead by example. Take on more responsibility in the day to day structure of camp. Help with transfers of students to and from the airport if needed. Help with arrivals and departures of students. This role is residential and therefore a bedroom and 3 meals per day are included. All Samiad staff are responsible for the welfare and enjoyment of the students on campus.As part of your role you will be jointly responsible for a small number of students in the boarding house and required to report any welfare issues to the house parent. Ensure that all events are sufficiently staffed, and everyone is aware of their duties. Ensure appropriate standards of student behaviour are maintained and deal with any issues as they arise. Along with the other members of the management team, be the face of the summer school, presenting a professional and positive environment for students, group leader and staff. Assist in the smooth running of students and parents arriving and departing at the school. Liaise with the campus manager on transfers to and from all activities and excursions. Assist with welfare and pastoral duties when needed and provide support to both Welfare Coordinator and Welfare leaders. Respond to the needs of students and Group Leaders at all times, prioritising the safety and welfare of students reporting it to management. Empower students to successfully engage in programme while helping develop independence, confidence and social skills. Be outgoing, fun and friendly face for the students to come too. Assist management in the effective day to day running of the centre Assist at any time with an emergency situation, or where a student is ill or injured. Carry out all other reasonable tasks. Qualifications and Essential Requirements
  • No formal qualifications required
  • DBS checks will be carried out
  • A team player
  • Experience working with groups of children
  • Coaching qualification helpful but not required
  Preferred Skills
  • Enthusiastic and friendly personality essential
  • Confident at presenting
  • Good Communicator
  • Experience working with groups of children
  • Coaching qualification helpful but not needed
  Hours of Work Due to the nature of the role, the Events Coordinators working week is not divided into sessions like other summer school staff each day is 3 sessions and you are required to work 18 of these sessions a week. The Events Coordinator will have one day and one evening off per week.

Job Features

Job Category

Manager

The Company Samiad is one of the largest residential summer schools in the UK, with four campuses and over 1000 students excepted from 70 countries. We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience ...

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