Fancy a job at Charnwood 2016 (30 July - 6 August)? Come along to our "Staff Showcase", Saturday May 9 2015 at County Scout Headquarters, 9 Oak Spinney Park, Ratby Lane, Leicester Forest East, Leicester LE3 3AW
Meet Team Managers and find out what opportunities are available.
Drop In any time between 10am and 4pm. Light refreshments provided, Leicestershire Scout Equipment Department open 10am - 2pm.
Applications invited from Leaders/Parents/Supporters of any section (from Leics, the UK and the World!!) – subject to normal recruitment checks. Staff MUST be aged 18 plus on the first day of camp (30.07.16).
If you can’t make it on May 9, please keep checking our website WWW.CHARNWOOD.ORG for new information about being on the staff, as it becomes available – or email any questions to: email@example.com
Fancy being on the staff at Charnwood but not sure what team is responsible for what? Check the team descriptions below, and register your interest by emailing the relevant team, detailing your experiences and the type of role you are looking for, together with your current Scouting/Guiding role and your contact details.
If you have questions of a general nature, about being on the staff at Charnwood 2016, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Facilities Team is responsible for building, maintaining and striking a village for 4000 people on a green field site. The team will design, plan and deliver all the site facilities including toilets, showers, marquees, staging, communications, running water, waste and recycling, making the site a safe, clean environment for campers, visitors and staff.
The Finance Team is responsible for providing the appropriate standards of financial governance, budgeting, cost control and reporting, accounting systems, appointing auditors, event insurance. They will also take control of the trading outlets on site during the week and pre-event sales of merchandising, branded clothing etc. They will also investigate opportunities for sponsorship, commercial sponsorship and grants.
The Health and Welfare Team is responsible for the overall health and safety for campers, visitors and staff. Areas of responsibility include the medical centre, incident management, fire and security team and traffic management.
The Participation Team will be at the heart of the camp, with responsibility for Campers, Staff and Visitors. They will also organise and co-ordinate pre-event staff, staff recruitment and international visitors and during the event support international visitors and participants needs through sub camps, camp wardens and specialist teams. Post event the team will make provision for any Home Hospitality requirements.
In conjunction with the Youth Forum, Youth Ambassadors, and Camp Management Team, the Programme Team will provide a fun, vibrant, adventurous and engaging programme of events, activities and ceremonies before and during the event for all participants, leaders and staff. Creating a safe atmosphere, abiding to the aims and objectives of the camp, as wells as the operating within the rules and procedures of both associations. Pre-event they will create a "Join In" pack setting the scene of the event including programme ideas focusing on international theme and future opportunities. Finally the team will set a theme for the event which embraces an international theme of friendship, cultural awareness and the world around us.
The Support Team will provide support services to the event including; administration, front of house, internal and external communications including PR, image, branding, gifts and commemorative items. The team will coordinate information and manage all bookings, camper and staff personal information and permissions and guest services before, during and after the event.
That's great Queen Bee P. - look forward to seeing you there!! For anyone interested in being on the staff, Directors and Team Managers have been in place for a while, many Team Leader positions filled. General staff recruitment opening soon - keep watching the website. Website update for participants imminent too. 416 days to go!!
You probably need to talk to your residential adviser re: that one - I can't see which county you are from - from outside Leics I would assume yes. If from Leics it may be that local arrangements can be made to bring you under someone else's "umbrella" if you've not quite got all the modules required - it's not a place for a totally inexperienced person to lead a group tho because fun as they are, international camps are very full on and bring challenges that a unit camp probably doesn't. Having said that our aim is for all kids to have the opportunity - so if you haven't a licence, maybe you could team up with a unit that has? In 2011 my son's scout troop weren't able to come, but he and his friends came as part of a district group. The addy email@example.com will reach Scout and Guide Camp Wardens for individual discussions. Senior Section groups don't need a permit if coming without a leader, and will get a certain level of support from their sub camp team, but you would want to make sure they were suitably experienced/prepared.
So... the start of a new school year - have you decided where you will be camping with your girls next summer? Charnwood bookings are well and truly open and filling up fast!! Or.... fancy coming on the staff? Again, bookings coming in thick and fast!! Don't miss out on what promises to be another fantastic camp. Theme is "A World of Entertainment" - 10 - 14 sub camps are Fabulous 50s, Swinging 60s, Smashing 70s, and Epic 80s, 14 - 18 sub camp is Non-Stop Noughties, and the staff are Noisy Nineties!! Do come and join us, we're going to have a ball - lots of fabulous activities - and our very own fun fair!! http://www.leicestershirescouts.org.uk/events/charnwood-2016/
Charnwood 2016 www.charnwood.org seeks motivated and enthusiastic volunteer staff to create memories of a lifetime for thousands of young people and adults from all over the world.
Come and #BePartOf an international staff team at an International Scout and Guide Camp that enjoys a great reputation the world over. Our 8th event is returning to the grounds of Whatton House – a site that definitely has the WOW factor!! Join experienced team members in providing a home from home for a week for young people aged 10 – 18 as they face new challenges, make new friends, and have the “time of their lives”.
Our staff also have the “time of their lives” – they work hard, but they also play hard, and there’s nothing that compares with the satisfaction they will feel at the end of the week seeing the happy faces of the young people, many of whom can’t wait to come back “next time”.
All of our campers enjoy the best toilets and showers that we can afford, and our staff may choose to eat in our staff restaurant where they can enjoy not only great food, but great company. Staff will camp in our adult staff sub camp which will also house areas for relaxation when “off duty”.
Staff Applications are invited from 18+ Leaders/Parents/Supporters of any section. All of our staff must be dbs checked through Scouting/Guiding.