Summer jobs

Our summer schools programmes offer students aged 8-17 the chance to take part in English language lessons and an activity programme of full and half-day excursions, sports, dance and drama workshops, themed parties, discos and much more. There is also a strong cultural element to the curriculum which allows the students to explore the cultures that make up the UK and North America.

Centre Manager

The Centre Manager (CM) is the most senior position in our centres and they are responsible for the smooth day to day running of the programme. This includes client and staff management, accommodation, catering, finance, setting high standards and liaising with suppliers.

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Activity Manager

The Activity Manager (AM) is a highly responsible and challenging role. The AM is responsible for the social programme for the students, planning and implementing a range of onsite activities as well as the cultural excursions. The AM line manages the Activity Leaders.

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Director of Studies

The Director of Studies (DOS) is responsible for the academic management of the centre and delivering the teaching and learning component at the highest possible standards. A DELTA or Trinity Diploma is a desirable requirement and the ability to manage and support a team of teachers is essential.

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Welfare Manager

The Welfare Manager (WM) plays a key role in ensuring students have a safe and enjoyable time at an OI Junior summer camp. They are instrumental in implementing student welfare policies and ensuring compliance to welfare policies amongst other members of staff.

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Senior EFL Teacher

Most centres have a Senior EFL Teacher, this is a non-teaching role that is split 50% support for the DOS and 50% supporting the EFL Teachers. Successful applicants must have at least two years’ teaching experience, including a year teaching junior students.

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EFL Teacher

Teaching staff should have either the CELTA, Trinity TESOL or a PGCE or equivalent in teaching English or MFL; teachers should also have an undergraduate degree. Teaching staff are responsible for planning and delivering lessons from the OIEG Junior Syllabus. Other duties such as meal and airport duties may be required. EFL Teachers also take part in 2 activity sessions per week – usually academic focused activities.

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Activity Leader

Activity Leaders (AL) plan, run and lead the social programme, consisting of onsite activities and cultural excursions. They are enthusiastic, outgoing and love working with young people. It is not a 9-5 job so flexibility and adaptability is key.

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Assistant Activity Manager

An Assistant Activity Manager (AAM) with Oxford International Junior Programmes is an integral part of Activity Programme, providing the Activity Manager with the necessary support of coordinating the centre’s action packed on-site activities and cultural excursions.

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