Kings Camps Regional Manager

This role would be ideally suited to a: Manager, Supervisor, Head of Department, Coordinator, Teacher, Lecturer, Sports Leaders, Sports Coach or anyone with management or leadership experience.

This role requires someone who will be free during the school holidays when camps operate and during the summer for a minimum of 3 consecutive weeks.

Kings Camps Regional Manager

This role would be ideally suited to a: Manager, Supervisor, Head of Department, Coordinator, Teacher, Lecturer, Sports Leaders, Sports Coach or anyone with management or leadership experience.

This role requires someone who will be free during the school holidays when camps operate and during the summer for a minimum of 3 consecutive weeks.

Why work for Kings Camps?

Earn money and gain valuable experience doing something you love, help to contribute to our mission of getting children across the UK active. Have overall responsibility for a number of Kings Camps within a geographic area (4-10)

Location: England, Scotland, Wales (don’t worry, we’ll liaise you with you on your closest region)

Dates: Easter, Sumer and Half Term School Holidays

Salary: Up to £500 a week

Why work for Kings Camps?

Earn money and gain valuable experience doing something you love, help to contribute to our mission of getting children across the UK active. Have overall responsibility for a number of Kings Camps within a geographic area (4-10)

Location: England, Scotland, Wales (don’t worry, we’ll liaise you with you on your closest region)

Dates: Easter, Sumer and Half Term School Holidays

Salary: Up to £500 a week

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About the role

As part of the Kings Camps management team, the Regional Manager has overall responsibility for a number of Kings Camps within a geographical area. The Regional Manager’s primary role is to manage, support and audit a group of camps. Reporting to the Head of Operations, Regional Managers are the link between Head Office personnel and Camp Managers.

As a Regional Manager, you should be the first point of contact to managers in your region for troubleshooting, dealing with recruitment problems, responding to incidents and providing advice. You’ll also deliver staff induction training in camps where there is a new Camp Manager, prior to camps starting as well as supporting all Camp managers providing them with feedback and carrying out work reviews.

Being a Regional Manager, you must hold a full driving licence, have access to a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel. (Travel costs are reimbursed)

What makes a great Regional Manager?

  • Knowledge and experience of Child Protection, Safeguarding and Health and Safety
  • At least 2 years’ sports coaching experience and worked at least two seasons of a children’s activity holiday programmes
  • Passionate about sport and child development
  • UK driving licence, access to a reliable vehicle and a willingness to travel
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate
  • Management or Supervision experience with observation and feedback
  • Good organisation skills with determination to follow clear procedures, hit targets and deadline
  • Qualified to degree level

We’re committed to safer recruitment

The Kings Active Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Safer recruitment is central to the way we work and all staff and volunteers are expected to share our commitment to safeguarding, always creating an environment where young people feel safe and can thrive.

Staff selection process includes:

  • An interview (approx 40 minutes), via video call, which covers suitability, experience, skills, attitudes as well as the opportunity to showcase an activity session plan
  • If successful at interview, we will speak to at least 2 professional references from your work history
  • Once offered a position, this will subject to satisfactory enhanced disclosure with barred list check (or equivalent for Scottish Residents)

Ongoing training and performance evaluations will feature in the role, with structured support from your Site Manager and performance targets communicated. High performing coaches will be entered onto our staff development programme, with the aim of securing a future promotion (we actively seek to promote from within) and a priority contract for the following seasons!

About the role

As part of the Kings Camps management team, the Regional Manager has overall responsibility for a number of Kings Camps within a geographical area. The Regional Manager’s primary role is to manage, support and audit a group of camps. Reporting to the Head of Operations, Regional Managers are the link between Head Office personnel and Camp Managers.

As a Regional Manager, you should be the first point of contact to managers in your region for troubleshooting, dealing with recruitment problems, responding to incidents and providing advice. You’ll also deliver staff induction training in camps where there is a new Camp Manager, prior to camps starting as well as supporting all Camp managers providing them with feedback and carrying out work reviews.

Being a Regional Manager, you must hold a full driving licence, have access to a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel. (Travel costs are reimbursed)

What makes a great Regional Manager?

  • Knowledge and experience of Child Protection, Safeguarding and Health and Safety
  • At least 2 years’ sports coaching experience and worked at least two seasons of a children’s activity holiday programmes
  • Passionate about sport and child development
  • UK driving licence, access to a reliable vehicle and a willingness to travel
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate
  • Management or Supervision experience with observation and feedback
  • Good organisation skills with determination to follow clear procedures, hit targets and deadline
  • Qualified to degree level

We’re committed to safer recruitment

The Kings Active Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Safer recruitment is central to the way we work and all staff and volunteers are expected to share our commitment to safeguarding, always creating an environment where young people feel safe and can thrive.

Staff selection process includes:

  • An interview (approx 40 minutes), via video call, which covers suitability, experience, skills, attitudes as well as the opportunity to showcase an activity session plan
  • If successful at interview, we will speak to at least 2 professional references from your work history
  • Once offered a position, this will subject to satisfactory enhanced disclosure with barred list check (or equivalent for Scottish Residents)

Ongoing training and performance evaluations will feature in the role, with structured support from your Site Manager and performance targets communicated. High performing coaches will be entered onto our staff development programme, with the aim of securing a future promotion (we actively seek to promote from within) and a priority contract for the following seasons!

Apply Now
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