Camp Suisse is always on the search for ambitious, highly motivated individuals to join the team.
We have a wide range of roles available: from activity leaders, language teachers and pastoral care leaders, to our support roles such as cheffing, administration and housekeeping. To join Camp Suisse is to join a summer camp which places teamwork, mutual respect and enthusiasm at the centre of everything it does, creating a unique family atmosphere among the team.
Camp Suisse colleagues come from a diverse range of countries and backgrounds; however, they all share a strong common interest in helping the development of young people, as well as a love of the outdoors.
The work is demanding, yet highly rewarding with the opportunity to meet people from around the world, and to live and work in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. If Camp Suisse sounds like your idea of a dream summer, we would love to hear from you.
If you want to spend your summer in the most beautiful place on earth, with a group of likeminded people doing some of the coolest things around, Camp Suisse is the place to be. I chose to apply as I love kids and liked the idea of being able to practise my French whilst on my Summer break from uni, not realising that I was about to be so content and at peace for a full three months. Camp Suisse is by far the best job I’ve ever had and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Working at Camp Suisse is the best job you’ll ever have. Life doesn’t get better than spending your days hiking up mountains, swimming in the lake Geneva or climbing in the Alps. You make some of the closest friendships, meet people from all over the world and spend time doing things that you love. It’s fun, rewarding, and you make an impact on children’s lives. There is no better way to spend a summer!
Step One – Submit an Online Application
Fill out and submit your application using our online application form. This will then be reviewed, and we will be in touch via email to inform you whether or not you have been shortlisted for interview.
Step Two – First-round Interviews
If your application is shortlisted, you will be invited to select a time for a preliminary Skype interview with one of our Directors. Following your interview, we will be in touch to let you know if we have decided to progress your application.
Step Three – Second-round Interviews
You will be either invited to attend one of our UK recruitment days, or to have a second Skype interview.
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.
Step Four – Job Offer
If we decide you’re who we’re looking for, we’ll be in touch with your Job Offer via email.
Step Five – Welcome to the Team!
once your references and paperwork are all in order, it will be time for you to come and join us in Switzerland for an awesome summer!
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 will recruit until all positions are filled. Recruitment is often very competitive, so we strongly recommend submitting your application as early as possible.
We require the majority of our staff to be available to start in May; however, this is dependent on your specific role. There are opportunities to start later in May or June.
Entry Level Positions:
Returning staff often receive a generous discretionary pay rise, and sometimes a performance-based promotion.
Senior Level Positions occasionally become available, which offer greater responsibility and a higher pay grade.
Due to work permit restrictions, we are only able to offer employment to candidates who are citizens from: