- 2 years experience teaching or coaching
We believe that the most important quality for a teacher is personality, which we call “magic”. This includes how outgoing and energetic they are as well as their dedication to child development. They must also be able inspire children by having an inspiring teaching approach – this leads us into our second factor: inspires students’ interest in learning new things!
We’re making dreams come true! We provide a range of services for children, from multi-activity camps to performing arts school. Our mission is simple: give them what they need and want in order that their potential can be realised – when it comes time decide where they take their life next depends upon how much guidance has been provided during their formative years by professionals who understand their needs best.
We’re always looking for new talent, so if you have a dedication to teaching and want some money in your pocket while gaining student experience—we may be able help!
As part of the Adventure Camp management team, the Regional Manager has overall responsibility for the delivery of a high-quality camp experience, across a number of camps in a specified region. The Regional Manager’s primary role is to travel and visit each venue at least once a week, which may involve overnight stays, flexible working and being on-call to react to the unexpected.
Reporting to the Head of Operations, Regional Managers are the link between our central office and Site Managers. You’ll oversee, support and audit programmes and teams in your region, helping them to ensure children are active, having fun and learning together.
Regional Managers are the first point of contact for a number of Site Managers in a region. You are responsible for contributing to successful camps via troubleshooting, resolving staff issues, responding swiftly to incidents, and providing advice for safeguarding, health and safety and behaviour management.
Before programmes start, Regional Managers attend and support induction training days (usually the weekend prior to a season starting), ensure essential administration is completed, and liaise with our venues.
During a season, Regional Managers liaise with Site Managers daily or weekly, referring to child and parent feedback and taking appropriate action. We use well-proven programme audit, and staff evaluation processes as important factors in our quality assurance.
Regional Management requires travel throughout a region, so a full driving licence, access to a reliable vehicle, and a willingness to travel is essential. (Travel costs are reimbursed.)
Working at Adventure Camps during the holidays offer you more than just a job, the benefits listed below will last you throughout your career.
Working with Kings Camps during the school holidays offers you paid, high-quality employment and valuable experience.