We are offering a variety of summer camp jobs based in the South-East of England, UK. These include managerial & admin staff to help run our summer camp experiences at 6 different centres. We are also looking for qualified EFL teachers to teach English and Residential Activity Organisers who can lead activities and excursions, provide pastoral care and assist with welcoming new students.
Studio Cambridge provides English language summer camps to over 1,500 international students, aged 8 to 19, in four locations in southern England.
We have been running Summer Camps for over 50 years, providing students with a unique experience. For many of them it will be their first trip abroad and their first trip away from home unaccompanied by parents. We want them to feel happy and confident while living and studying in a new country. We hope to develop their language skills in a comfortable, safe and relaxed learning environment, and we hope that they will have lots of fun – in class, during activities and on excursions.
UK-based Summer Camp Vacancies 2021
The exact number of positions available will depend on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in summer 2021. However, we currently anticipate that all summer camps will run and are recruiting on that basis. We are looking for:
- Activity Organisers
- House Managers
- EFL Teachers
- Course Directors
- Assistant Course Directors
- Office Support Staff
Number of vacancies:
Approximately 100, including both residential and non-residential positions (although the majority are residential posts).
Contract start dates in 2021:
14 June, 19 June, 26 June, 03 July and 10 July
All positions are temporary for summer 2021. Contracts are for between 2 and 9 weeks and all include working during July, our busiest month.
Cambridge, Ely, Bishop’s Stortford, or Reading.
Between £311.85 – £705 per week (plus holiday pay), depending on position and experience.
Residential positions include accommodation and meals.
Residential Activity Organiser and House Manager
Supervising students in sporting, arts and crafts and cultural activities
Supervising and providing tours for groups of students on excursions
Providing pastoral care for students living in residences
Teaching English and supervising activities and excursions
Teachers must have a degree and CELTA qualification (or Trinity equivalent) or PGCE / BEd
Course Director and Assistant Course Director
Managing staff and overseeing the smooth running of the centre
Overseeing activities & excursions and/or residences & welfare and/or teaching
How to apply:
Email your cv and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your covering letter should include the dates you will be available to work, which position(s) you’d like to apply for, and whether you’d prefer a residential or non-residential post.
Right to work:
In order to work in the UK, you must have one of the following:
- British citizenship
- Certificate of registration or naturalisation as a British citizen
- Permanent residency, settled status or pre-settled status
Unfortunately, we cannot accept job applications from people who do not have the right to work in the UK.
Deadline for applications:
We do not have an official deadline as we fill positions as suitable candidates apply. We expect positions to be filled by the end of May; therefore, early application is advisable. However, positions can become available in June and early July. Recruitment will be closed by mid-July 2021.