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Staff Testimonial

The whole experience has been brilliant. The management team were really great, supportive, and created a really fun environment for us as well as the children. The best place I've ever worked (a sentiment echoed by a few of the team on our last day)!


Jenny Jenny 5th December 2017

Roles | Area Manager

Whatever your role at any Barracudas camp, your primary responsibility is to ensure the health, safety and welfare of children in your care, to safeguard them and protect them from harm. Once these fundamentals are ensured you should aim to give each of them such an amazing experience they can’t wait to come back!

Responsibilities: To oversee a small cluster of camps in your geographical area. You will be the first point of contact for camps both over the phone and in person. Area Managers are responsible for providing their camps with support and advice on a day to day basis and enhancing Barracudas reputation with the schools, staff and customers. At the start of the season you will be issued with a plan of which camps to head to each day, but this will change as and when needed throughout the season.

Duties include:
• Observe registration, collection and activities on camp
• Audits – every camp will have audits throughout the season. The audits consist of both positive areas as well as areas for improvements
• Feedback your findings from audits and provide support to camps afterwards in areas that require improvement
• Assist the senior team during OFSTED inspections
• Ensuring all paperwork is up to date and filled out correctly – provide guidance on admin tasks if being done incorrectly
• Assisting with staffing or training queries
• Communicate with Central Office to provide them with necessary information
• Answer any Barracudas policy or health and safety questions the senior or general staff may have
• Make sure equipment is being used and demonstrated correctly
• Monitoring and overseeing petty cash
• Deal with confidential issues

• Experience working as a Camp Manager
• Attend the Area Managers Training Day
• You will be eligible to work in the UK
• Obtain an enhanced DBS check through Barracudas
• You will provide satisfactory references
• Be available for Induction Training Day and at least 1 set up day (these will be in the 7 day period prior to camp opening)

Salary: £475 - £600 per week (dependant on age, qualifications and experience)
Hours: 8am - 6pm

NB: The above is an example of what may be involved in your duties as an Area Manager and is listed to give you an insight into what the role entails. Your day may be similar to this but not identical and will include a range of other tasks and responsibilities.

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