Social Programme Coordinator

Social Programme Coordinator

The Social Programme Coordinator is responsible for the day to day running of the on-site Social & Activity Programme that takes place in the afternoons and evenings of the summer school.

The importance of the Social & Activity Programme at a residential summer school cannot be underestimated. The success or otherwise of the activities and social events has a huge bearing on how the students interact with each other, which will ultimately contribute to their overall summer experience. A successful Social & Activity Programme can help foster a positive and energetic atmosphere at the school, which is crucial in helping students form friendships and simply, have a great time!

Successfully running such an important part of the summer requires a high level of planning, preparation, organisation, and most importantly, communication.

Hours of Work

The Social Programme Coordinator will work six days out of seven and will usually have one full day off per week. Although the Social Programme Coordinator’s main responsibilities concern the activities and social events, the Social Programme Coordinator will also be expected to have an awareness of all aspects of the course.

Main Duties

The main focus of the Social Programme Coordinator is to deliver a vibrant, imaginative and well run programme of activities and social events. To do this effectively, it is crucial that the Social Programme Coordinator brings together all the ideas, energy and skills of the staff involved to best deliver the programme. Having an awareness of the overall picture of the programme and how each staff member can contribute to and work within it is essential.

The Social Programme Coordinator is responsible to the Summer School Director and will:

Other duties

Must have…

Summer Boarding Courses is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have a comprehensive Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and procedures in place which all employees, volunteers and contractors are expected to adhere to. Conditional offers are subject to an enhanced check through the Disclosure and Barring Service and obtaining two satisfactory references, where previous employers are specifically asked about suitability to work with children. A summary of our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available here . Our full Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available on request, in all summer school offices and at our Head Office.


How to apply

To apply to work for us as a College Teacher, EFL Teacher or Summer Study Teacher, please download and complete the SBC Teacher Application Form

To apply to work for us as an Activity Leader, please download and complete the SBC Activity Leader Application Form

To apply to work for us as a College Mentor, please download and complete the SBC College Mentor Application Form

To apply to work for us as a House Parent, please download and complete the SBC House Parent Application Form

To apply to work for us as a Social Dean, please download and complete the SBC Social Dean Application Form

To apply to work for us as a House Warden, please download and complete the SBC House Warden Application Form

Please send all completed forms to recruitment@summerboardingcourses.co.uk.

To apply for one of the other positions advertised, please e-mail your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@summerboardingcourses.co.uk

Due to the expected high volume of applicants we can unfortunately only contact you should your application suit the needs and requirements of the post. Thank you for your understanding.

If we feel your application meets the requirements of the role advertised, we will contact you to arrange either a telephone interview or a face-to-face interview. Should you then be successful…

  • We will require the contact details of two recent and relevant referees who we will contact.
  • Any gaps in your employment history will be enquired about, and must be explained satisfactorily.
  • You will be required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (or equivalent if living outside the UK), and you will be asked to sign the Children’s Act 1989 declaration safeguarding the welfare of children, and state that you have no known reason why you cannot work with children.
  • Official identification and certificates (either originals or certified copies) will be required for our records.

 

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