What can you expect from working for Embassy Summer?
A summer filled with a wide range of activities and excursions and the opportunity to teach and inspire a truly global group of young people. At Embassy Summer we are looking for motivated and dynamic people to join our summer teams in a number of roles across our UK and US centres. Whether you are an EFL Teacher, or looking to work as an Activity Leader, Look no further!
We have a wide range of roles available within each of our summer centres
The Night Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the safety and welfare of the residents at the conclusion of evening activities, and for the security of the buildings where staff and students reside. Successful Night Supervisors are expected to demonstrate effective communication skills, conflict resolution and mediation skills and the ability to be sensitive to the needs of international students.
This is a non-residential position. Night Supervisor works approximately 30 hours weekly over 6 nights per week (inclusive of Fri, Sat & Sun evening), with shift hours starting between 9:00/11:00 pm.
A flexible work approach towards the position with the ability to work nights, weekends and holidays is required.
Ensure that high levels of student safety, discipline and welfare are maintained at all times once lights out hours are in effect
Carry out regular inspections and walk-throughs of the residential areas during the duty period and ensure students are adhering to rules applicable to the center
Establish a routine of checks to ensure students are in their rooms by a certain time
Hold regular meetings with center management staff to review and discuss any student or group welfare or discipline issues
Develop a positive working relationship with the university/school, stay up-to-date with Campus Information, ensuring their regulations are adhered to
Responsible for accurate reporting of any incidents during the night shift, and to pass on any information to the Center Manager the following morning
Report any major security issues to the host campus’ security staff
Establish and maintain positive working relationship with Group Leaders so that they may be called upon for reinforcement of instructions to students as needed
Provide assistance with late evening or early morning arrivals and departures particularly when these fall during the duty period
Retain responsibility for holding the master keys to residential buildings (where permitted by the host campus) during duty shifts
Act as a representative of the management team during the night, calling on a manager on the emergency rotation when appropriate
Qualifications & Training:
Bachelor’s Degree or Vocational Training (Desirable)
Valid First Aid and CPR certification (Desirable)
At least 1 year working with and supervising minors
Experience working night shift (Desirable)
Summer school or summer camp experience (Desirable)
Effective communication skills, both written and verbal
Interpersonal skills, diplomacy, patience and flexibility
Flexibility to work night shifts.
Ability to work in a high pressured environment.
Ability to work as part of a team and independently