Camp Beaumont have over 30 years of experience providing day camps for the London area and we are proud to have the best staff at all of our Easter and Summer camps. It is a rewarding job that you will benefit from as much as you put in. Camp staff are made up of students, teachers, and those in the child care industry who want an exciting and rewarding outdoor job, with great opportunities and a fantastic social life.
We only have limited accommodation for members of Senior Management. If you do not have a place of residence near to the camp during the Camp season then unfortunately we will not be able to offer you a job.
During the Easter and summer camp season some weeks are busier than others so we will need more staff. As long as you specify which weeks you can work on the application form and that you can work for the whole of half terms, Easter and/or a minimum of three weeks in the summer (during our busiest periods) we will certainly consider your application, although priority is given to candidates with good availability.
Yes. All members of staff (excluding Assistant Group Leaders, Assistant Nursery Leaders, and Vocational Experience staff) will be expected to lead sessions on their own. During your Training at your Assessment and Camp Orientation you will be taught how to organise and run a successful session and there are loads of activity ideas in the Activity Manual which you will be sent prior to camp. There are lots of resources online where you can find interesting and exciting activity ideas.
We suggest you apply for the job you feel you would be most suited for, however after processing your application we may suggest a different position that we feel would be more suitable for your qualifications and experience. We can also discuss this at your interview.
Yes. All our staff will undergo the Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure. In order to carry out these checks you will be asked to provide original identification and previous addresses. More information on filling in your CRB will be given to you during the recruitment process. You must also provide two references; these can include teachers, employers, coaches etc. but should NOT be a family member or friend.
Yes you will be provided with two Camp Beaumont t-shirts and a hoody that you will need to give a small deposit for. During camp you should wear dark trousers or shorts (no denim) and trainers that are suitable for outdoor activities.
For new staff we run compulsory Assessment and Training days throughout January to July at locations in North or South London and then a Camp Orientation day / weekend at your camp the two days prior to the beginning of Camp which returning staff must attend as well.
Need to get in touch? Call the Day Camps recruitment team on 0207 351 2137