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Staff Testimonial

I started working at Barracudas in the summer of 2016 as a Group Coordinator in Cobham. I had an absolutely amazing time, it helped me learn how to coordinate with lots of children and how to run fun, exciting sessions. This experience has contributed greatly to my teaching knowledge and has helped my confidence in and out of the classroom grow enormously. The managers were extremely helpful and informative, without being intimidating or condescending. They made the whole experience a lot easier for the new staff and ensured we all had a great time. Thanks for a great summer, Barracudas!

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Georgia Georgia 22nd November 2016
Cobham

Roles | Camp 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: Camp Managers have overall responsibility for their camp, overseeing children, staff, facilities and equipment. As a Camp Manager you will be responsible for ensuring the safety of the children and staff, helping to create such an amazing experience the children and the staff can’t wait to come back!

Duties include:
• Enforce health and safety regulations and ensure the camp is a safe environment
• Named deputy Designated Person on camp (dealing with child protection/safeguarding issues)
• Perform daily tasks to ensure camp runs effectively. Daily tasks include site tours, equipment checks, financial records, stock control, communicate with parents and manage your team. Tasks may be delegated to different members of your team, but you must ensure that they are completed
• Provide support and guidance for your team - you must communicate effectively with your team to ensure that camp runs smoothly and organise staff meetings regularly
• Lead onsite induction training for staff ahead of camp
• Communicate with Central Office to provide them with necessary information
• Assess and review staff performance. Staff will be assessed at the end of their first week working and at the end of the season
• Liaise with parents and guardians
• Point of contact for school liaison
• Oversee the set up weekend

Requirements:
• Attend Senior Training Day – date/location TBC
• Experience working on a camp or leading a team (e.g. Head of Year/Department at a school)
• 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 a Camp 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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