Work at Camp Suisse

Youth Development Professionals Required

workIf you are easy-going and a great team player who is friendly and kind, honest and highly-motivated; if you are genuinely interested in children and young people, keen on the outdoors and eager to interact with people from all over the world as a key part of a strong and effective team… there may be a job for you at Camp Suisse in summer. We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working staff who are committed to their work and to the education and personal development of young people. The desire to pursue a career in your chosen field is advantageous. You should appreciate that as a residential summer camp, the work is demanding with long hours and an expectation that you may have to work outside of your scheduled routine.

Visas and Work Permits

Camp Suisse will organise your permit to work in Switzerland. You must be:

An EU or EFTA national which includes the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Cyprus, Malta, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovenia, Slovak Republic.

OR:

Have a permit to work in the EU and have been integrated for at least one year in the EU or EFTA labour market.

The Application Process

Please read the information available on the website carefully and if you wish to join our team for summer, please apply online here. Please ensure you have completed the form in full before submitting.

If you are short-listed for interview, you will be contacted by email. There will be a preliminary interview by Skype, and successful interviewees would then be invited to attend a recruitment day in the UK. The recruitment days involve getting together with a group of other candidates for some presentations about the company, games, role plays and other interactive sessions. Lunch is provided on these days. At lunchtime a revised short list will be announced and sucessful candidates will be asked to come back for the afternoon session. The afternoon involves more interactive sessions and a face to face interview.

Employment is in all cases subject to the obtaining of at least TWO satisfactory references and it is the candidates’ responsibility to make available current and accurate contact details for proposed referees.

We look forward to hearing from you.