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Activity Leaders

Aiglon Collège Services S.A.
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JOB DESCRIPTION - Activity Leader

Responsible to: Summer School Director / Head of Activities and Key Events

Dates of Employment:
Please specify which dates you are applying for in your cover letter. We are not able to accept applications other than the below dates.

Staff induction and 6 weeks
Wednesday 24th June - Saturday 7th August (finishing midday)

Staff induction and 3 weeks and 1 day
Wednesday 24th June - Saturday 18th July (finishing end of day)

Teaching Subjects:
Afternoon activities being recruited for are as below. Please specify your activity within the cover letter, demonstrating your qualifications and experience for the post.
Mountain adventure
Visual Art
Team Sports
Camp Craft
Raft Building
Face painting
Website design

ACTIVITY LEADER - Full Time 100%

Prepare and lead an activity in the Summer School programme, delivering sessions to groups of c. 12 students. The Activity Leader must hold the appropriate qualifications or show experience in leading their activity. Sessions are for 3 hours on most afternoons throughout the Summer School.
Outdoor activities specialists will be expected to play a prominent role in the expedition phase of the Summer School.
Where the evening entertainment has a specific theme that features the activity leader’s skill set, the member of staff must be involved in organisation, rehearsals and the flow of the event. This will be managed by Head of Activities and Key Events. This also includes raising its profile amongst the staff team.
Activity leaders should attend all lunchtime and evening meals (and sit with their assigned activity group for that afternoon during lunch) unless it is their day off.
It is necessary for this member of staff to attend the activity staff meetings each day, apart from on a day off.
Activity leaders must hold a current first aid certificate – a copy of which to be provided to the enterprise office.

General staff duties:

All staff will be assigned to a ‘boarding house team.’ On days when the member of staff is on duty with the boarding house it is expected that the staff member will assist in chores and tasks as directed by the Houseparent and Summer School Director. This will include lunchtime dining supervision, afternoon free time supervision in house, leading or assisting with an evening activity, bedtime supervision in house. When on bedtime duty in the evening, the staff concerned are expected to be in the house as the children return from their evening activities and to remain in the building and patrolling the corridors until 22.30.
Staff may be required to attend various pastoral or social activities, trips and excursions as directed by the Course Director.
Staff may be required to accept special responsibilities (e.g. pocket money, escort from and to airport, visits to doctors, collecting laundry etc.).
Staff should attend most meals. Language / activity staff should attend a minimum of all lunchtime meals and three evening meals per week plus two breakfasts per week.
Staff will also be responsible for reporting incidents of both good and bad behaviour during their classes in the Merit Award system in the Summer School database during the course of the programme.

FRT 09/2019

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