The role of the Tech Camps Instructor is to deliver outstanding, structured technology and coding
activities to small groups of 8 to 14 year olds on our Ultimate Tech Camps. This is a roaming role and you
will be based at one location each week and then move to a geographically close one the next.

Using supporting resources and a structured timetable, you will be expected to deliver coding and
technology activities to children aged between 8 and 14 years over 4 days, with the emphasis being on
participation, engagement and creativity. You will also have a pastoral role, being the group leader and key
contact for the group of children on the course. You will have a Camp Manager on-site to provide support
on care and parent issues.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Prepare and deliver activities for children aged 8-14, focusing on participation, skills and
• Travel expenses to and from the location outside your local area will be paid for at 20p per mile.
• Ensure all policies and procedures on camp are adhered to by yourself and the children in your
care, including all health and safety, and safeguarding procedures.
• Take a pastoral role as a group leader, welcoming new children into your group and liaising with
the Camp Manager and/or parents as necessary.
• Supervision of children outside of activity session times.
• At all times behave in a manner that reflects the expectations of Ultimate Activity Camps.
• Live up to the Ultimate Activity Camp promise of ‘Inspiring Children Everyday’ throughout your
• Show the required energy, enthusiasm and professionalism for the duration of the season, acting
as an ambassador for Ultimate Activity Camps and behaving as a suitable role model for children.
• Other ad-hoc duties (equipment maintenance/ordering etc).

• Qualified, or working towards relevant qualifications, in IT Teaching, Computer Science or a Digital Media related course (with programming experience).
• Alternatively, a self-taught individual who can demonstrate their knowledge of programming, ideally with JavaScript or Python experience, with a portfolio.
• Experience of working with children.
• Enthusiastic, energetic individual, passionate about working with, and developing children through technology.
• Some experience in teaching or delivering coding/IT activities, able to tailor delivery and structure according to age and ability, adapting on the day.
• Good organisation and communication skills.
• Problem-solving skills, and patience is required. You may have to help a number of individuals
with the same problem one a one-to-one basis and it’s important that you’re able to help them
through any moments of frustration with enthusiasm.
• Someone looking for a challenging but hugely rewarding and fun job in the holidays, looking to further their career in ICT teaching or the childcare industry.
• Have a valid driving licence and use of their own car so you can travel to and from camps in your assigned locations.
• Have a mobile phone so that they can keep in touch with the Recruitment and Operations Team who will be deploying them as and when camps require support.
• Full training provided.

Desirable Requirements
• Hold a Paediatric First Aid qualification or be willing to gain one through UAC.

Summer 2021 Course Dates and Locations:
Course Dates: Work available at the following locations and dates:
South East:
• 26th – 29th July & 2nd – 5th August at St Gabriel’s School in Newbury
• 26th – 29th July & 2nd – 5th August at Crosfields School in Reading
• 9th – 12th August & 16th – 19th August at Cranford House School, Wallingford
• 26th – 29th July & 2nd – 5th August at Sutton High School, London
• 9th – 12th August & 16th – 19th August at Surbiton High School, London