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Summer Leader role

  • Job Location

    Central Oxford

  • Start date

    July Onwards

  • Duration

    Session 1: 3rd July - 16th July 2022, Session 2: 17th July - 30th July 2022, Session 3: 31st July - 13th August 2022

  • Job Benefits

    £760 per two week Session




Description

Job Description

Counsellors are the first point of contact for our students outside of lessons, responsible for their everyday well-being (on campus and on trips) and for the delivery of their extra-curricular activities.

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead activities assigned by Junior Deans.
  • Support the Campus Management team in the running of all elements of the programme.

  • Supervise students whilst on campus, on coaches and at external excursion sites.

  • Ensure the everyday wellbeing and safety of the students.

  • Contribute to the organisation, content and delivery of the Social and Enrichment Programmes to enhance the students’ experience.

  • Ensure that student experience is of the highest standard.

 

Position Details-    

 
  • Role will be based at one of our summer sites in Oxford, Cambridge, or Uppingham.

  • Working hours will be approximately 40 hours per week across 6 days. This includes morning, afternoon, and night shifts as assigned by Campus Management.

  • Courses for students aged 8-12 in Uppingham are one week in length, with courses running from July to mid-August.

  • Courses for students aged 13-15, 16-18 and 19+ in Oxford and Cambridge run in sets of 2 weeks, with the majority of courses running from July to mid-August.

  • There are two-, four- and six-week contracts available.
  • Mandatory training and campus set up will take place during the week before student arrivals.

Please note that We are looking for non- residential Counsellors positions for Oxford and Cambridge and residential Counsellor Positions for Uppingham School. 

Kindly click on the apply now button below to make an online application

 

Requirements

Person Specification

  • This job would suit someone who displays the following key attributes:
  • A team player who is willing to thoroughly immerse themselves in Oxford Royale Academy's courses, activities and events;Fluent speaker of English;
  • Able to take initiative;
  • Take direction and follow through tasks to completion;
  • Good organisational skills;
  • Approachable and personable with the ability to build relationships with people from all walks of life.

Essential Qualifications / Experience:

  •  Completed at least A-Levels or equivalent examinations.

Desirable Experience:

  • Experience working with young people;
  • Able to lead activities in an area of specific interest e.g. sport / drama / crafts;
  • Undergraduate degree or working towards one.


About us

About Oxford Royale Academy
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