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Camp Managers

Super Camps Ltd.

Berkshire & Oxfordshire

£400 - £525 per week

During School Holidays



The role of the Camp Manager is to manage and support all staff, resources and processes to ensure the smooth running of a Super Camps venue and all of its programmes. This role is paramount to the success of the camps.


Reporting to your Regional Manager, description of responsibilities as follows:

  • Manage, direct and support staff to ensure they adhere to processes and procedures whilst the children in the care of Super Camps continually have a fun, stimulating and safe time.
  • Ensure that quality programmes across the brands are planned and delivered with structure and enthusiasm by staff at all times.
  • Liaise with parents in person and by phone with regard to the children's needs and feedback on any issues which arise
  • Continually show respect for your Host venue by managing your staff team and ensuring cleanliness and safety at all times
  • Liaise with Head Office, your Regional Manager and Host venue representatives with updates and queries
  • Prepare and lead your venue Specific Training and Set Up day (prior training offered) ensuring your site, equipment and staff are ready for the first day of camp
  • Manage daily administration including sign in/out  of children, grouping of children into groups, timetabling and allocation ofstaff to timetabled activities plus other adhoc duties as required
  • Manage and support new starters
  • Effectively deal with the often unpredictable challenges within the childcare industry


£400 - £525 per week depending on qualifications and experience  


8am – 6pm (Monday – Friday with a half hour unpaid lunch break)


Temporary Contract:

School holidays. Part seasons considered  

On appointment all staff will be expected to complete a CRB disclosure and supply us with references


Ideally educated to degree level with experience, skills and attributes as follows:

  • Previous management experience within a childcare/teaching/coaching environment
  • Previous experience working in a camp environment or similar
  • Good knowledge and understanding of sports/arts and crafts
  • Organised with excellent face-to-face and telephone communication skills
  • Confident and enthusiastic with the ability to lead and motivate a team
  • Pro-active and flexible
  • Candidates will ideally hold a 12hr Paediatric First Aid qualification
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