United Adventure Camps

Assistant Site Manager

Leeds, West Yorkshire   |   Seasonal

About the role

Reporting to the Site Manager, the Assistant Site Manager is responsible for supporting the Camp Manager in the overall delivery of a unique United Adventure Camp experience, ensuring every child is safe and makes progress, regardless of their ability.

Assistant Site Managers are appointed at larger camps (with over 80 children) so you’ll need to co-lead whole camp warmups and weekly events to showcase the skills each child has developed. You’ll be the point person for parents, staff and venue personnel in the absence of the Camp Manager and will deal with any queries, complaints and/or site visits.

Assistant Site Managers won’t be in ratio but will be required to relieve coaching sessions and lunchtimes and will demonstrate good practice, energetically involving yourself in camp activities and working collaboratively with peers.

During camp, you’ll be onsite from 8am – 6pm, being available to speak to parents at the start and the end of the day. You’ll be able to follow operating procedures and policies, completing relevant paperwork, including the recording of incidents, staff rota’s and co-managing OFSTED requirements.

Child safety is our number one priority, so Managers need to ensure that the welfare of children is paramount at all times, supervising children, overseeing the safe us of equipment and upholding health and safety standards and procedures.

You’ll need to be available between 8am – 6pm, Monday to Friday, during the school holidays. We’re looking for Managers to be available for the full duration of the shorter seasons, and in the summer (our busiest season) for a minimum of 3 consecutive weeks.

Why work for United Adventure Camps?

  • Earn money and gain valuable experience for doing something you love
  • Work with like-minded people and make friends for life
  • Contribute to our mission of getting children active, having fun and learning together

Dates

Easter, Summer School Holidays

What makes a great Assistant Camp Manager?

  • A passion for, and at least 6 months’ experiences of, working with children and/or young people between 5 – 17 years
  • At least 3 months’ experience in a Management or Leadership position that includes delivering high quality customer service
  • Hold or working towards a childcare, sport or teaching related degree (or relevant qualification)
  • Hold, or willing to attend training for a valid paediatric first aid qualification
  • At times, things change, so you’ll need to flexible with a willingness to adapt

About United Adventure Camps

Our Proposition: Empowering the next generation through education, language, leadership, growth and ingenuity

Our Vision: Empowering the next generation to live extraordinary lives

Attitude and Culture: Be accepting. Be yourself. Be ambitious. Be effective. Be efficient. Be a team player. Be human


How to apply 


Firstly, upload your CV in PDF format. Include links to work samples. 

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