Viamonde is now recruiting enthusiastic, professional and caring individuals to work at its international activity camps in Switzerland as multi-activity counsellors.
Positions of 1-3 weeks in September 2018.
Responsibilities include the daily supervision of a small group of school children, as well as assisting with a varied programme of activities including hiking, mountain biking, climbing and orienteering. Multi-activity counselors will participate in a programme of evening activities, supervise meals and be assigned to some wake-up, lights-out and other duties. All staff must be a role model to the children and act responsibly and in a caring manner at all times.
Successful applicants will have experience supervising, teaching and motivating children, preferably in a camp environment and be organised, creative, adaptable, trustworthy, patient and presentable.
If you have the personality, experience and flexibility Viamonde requires and enjoy working with children of all ages from diverse cultural backgrounds, a position with Viamonde will be an incredibly rewarding experience and afford the opportunity to meet many similarly-minded young people, establish lasting friendships and spend time in a beautiful Swiss mountain resort.
Benefits include a generous salary, accommodation and meals, as well as accident and liability insurance.
Visit https://www.viamonde.com/personnel/availability.php for current availability and https://www.viamonde.com/personnel/apply.php for an application form and more information. Applicants should be at least 21 years of age and have US, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, Swiss or EU nationality.
Viamonde is also recruiting ski and snowboard instructors, outdoor activity instructors, registered nurses, chefs and hospitality staff for winter 2018/19.
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