Mini Minors & XUK Day Camp is a very popular and oversubscribed camp based at Brookland School (NW11 6EJ) that provides 3 – 13 year olds with an amazing range of multi activities each day. We want YOU to come and join the XUK Camps family this summer and be part of the team at Mini Minors & XUK Day.
We have a range of jobs available from Lifeguards to Sports Coaches and Activity Leaders to Drama Facilitators. Our roles are ideal for qualified teachers, nursery staff with EYFS experience, drama students, dance teachers, sports coaches and university students looking to earn some extra money.
Working at a camp is great for your CV! Employers will love all of the transferable skills you will gain or develop at camp. From problem solving to communication and leadership to professional development – we love seeing our staff grow with us over the years.
Being part of a team with a range of experience and different backgrounds will ensure you gain valuable experience, come away from camp with lots of new activity ideas and be fully supported.
Every day is different at our day camps. Unlike a bar or supermarket job, there will be so much variety in your day, you’ll be so excited to return each day. One day you could find yourself in a circus workshop with Mr Tickle the Clown and then playing parachute games outdoors and then the next day on a treasure hunt and making masks out of paper mache!
We have lots of amazing feedback from our staff every year about their experience working in our team...
“Really lovely kids, well organised camp, very supportive staff members, lots of lovely people.”
“The people I work with are amazing, we all tend to get along. You feel like part of a family when you're at camp!”
It isn’t just our staff who recognise our supportive staff team. Ofsted also commented on our retention rate and the way staff are there for one another.
“A high staff retention rate ensures consistency of care and enables managers to pair newer staff with more experienced colleagues to develop and share practice and skills.” Ofsted, 2015