We are seeking Expressions of Interest for support staff to attend Woodleigh Camps in 2022.------Junior Homestead camp support staff (7 to 11 March)This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to supervise students from Years 7 and 8 on a coastal camp program. Duties include supervising meal preparation, assisting to facilitate games and activities, participating in surf lessons and other water-based activities and supervising students overnight. Staff and students will be staying in a caravan park, in tents and cooking and preparing their own meals. All food provided. If you have a bus license, you will also be asked to help shuttle students from their various activities.You must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.Desirable qualifications include medium rigid bus license and water qualifications (community surf bronze).  ------Year 9 Expedition Support Staff (7 to 11 March)This role involves supporting Year 9 students during a 5-day expedition through the Bogong High Plains. The program will be facilitated by The Outdoor Education Group and your role will be to manage the pastoral care of the students alongside roving Woodleigh staff. You will work with one group of 14 students for the week alongside an OEG staff member. You will journey through the High Plains, lightweight camping and bushwalking. All equipment and food provided; however, you are welcome to bring your own. Experience camping and bushwalking is highly desirable.You must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.Outdoor Education qualifications and/or a teaching qualification also desirable. ------Senior Homestead Camp Staff (7 to 11 March)This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to supervise students from Years 11 and 12 on their camp program. Duties vary depending on the camp but will include include supervising meal preparation, assisting to facilitate games and activities, participating in activities run by external providers and supervising students overnight. Accommodation varies, depending on the program. Camps range from Melbourne and regional arts camps to adventurous experiences such as snorkelling and scuba diving, bike riding, climbing at Mount Buffalo, canoeing, sea kayaking and bushwalking at the Prom. Interested people with a range of skills and experience which may suit the above programs should consider this roleYou must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.Desirable qualifications include medium rigid bus license and water qualifications (community surf bronze). ------Year 10 Hattah Program (31 March to 7 April)This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to deliver the Year 10 Hattah Program in the Hattah Kulkyne National Park. Your role will be to remotely supervise students and respond quickly to incidents should they occur. A high level of outdoor skill and competence is required to fulfill this role including excellent navigation skills and knowledge and experience working as a team during emergency situations. Knowledge of the Hattah Kulkyne National Park is also desirable. A high level of fitness is recommended. Accommodation is lightweight camping with students and Woodleigh staff. A meals allowance will be provided.You must have, experience facilitating outdoor education programs, remote first aid (or higher), anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training. ------Year 10 Hattah Program canoe supportThis role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to deliver the Year 10 Hattah Program in the Hattah Kulkyne National Park. Your role will be to facilitate the canoe journey along the Murray River for a different group of students each day. You may also be asked to assist with shuttling canoes, so experience towing a trailer is desirable. A high level of outdoor skill and competence is required to fulfill this role including excellent navigation skills and knowledge and experience working as a team during emergency situations. Knowledge of the Hattah Kulkyne National Park is also desirable. A high level of fitness is recommended. Accommodation is lightweight camping with students and Woodleigh staff. A meals allowance will be provided.You must have, flat water canoe instructor (minimum), remote first aid (or higher), anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training. 20 AUD Langwarrin South 3911

Expressions of Interest - Outdoor Education Camps 2022

We are seeking Expressions of Interest for support staff to attend Woodleigh Camps in 2022.

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Junior Homestead camp support staff (7 to 11 March)

This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to supervise students from Years 7 and 8 on a coastal camp program. Duties include supervising meal preparation, assisting to facilitate games and activities, participating in surf lessons and other water-based activities and supervising students overnight. Staff and students will be staying in a caravan park, in tents and cooking and preparing their own meals. All food provided. If you have a bus license, you will also be asked to help shuttle students from their various activities.

You must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.

Desirable qualifications include medium rigid bus license and water qualifications (community surf bronze).

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Year 9 Expedition Support Staff (7 to 11 March)

This role involves supporting Year 9 students during a 5-day expedition through the Bogong High Plains. The program will be facilitated by The Outdoor Education Group and your role will be to manage the pastoral care of the students alongside roving Woodleigh staff. You will work with one group of 14 students for the week alongside an OEG staff member. You will journey through the High Plains, lightweight camping and bushwalking. All equipment and food provided; however, you are welcome to bring your own. Experience camping and bushwalking is highly desirable.

You must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.

Outdoor Education qualifications and/or a teaching qualification also desirable.

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Senior Homestead Camp Staff (7 to 11 March)

This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to supervise students from Years 11 and 12 on their camp program. Duties vary depending on the camp but will include include supervising meal preparation, assisting to facilitate games and activities, participating in activities run by external providers and supervising students overnight. Accommodation varies, depending on the program. Camps range from Melbourne and regional arts camps to adventurous experiences such as snorkelling and scuba diving, bike riding, climbing at Mount Buffalo, canoeing, sea kayaking and bushwalking at the Prom. Interested people with a range of skills and experience which may suit the above programs should consider this role

You must have (or be willing to get), first aid, anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.

Desirable qualifications include medium rigid bus license and water qualifications (community surf bronze).

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Year 10 Hattah Program (31 March to 7 April)

This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to deliver the Year 10 Hattah Program in the Hattah Kulkyne National Park. Your role will be to remotely supervise students and respond quickly to incidents should they occur. A high level of outdoor skill and competence is required to fulfill this role including excellent navigation skills and knowledge and experience working as a team during emergency situations. Knowledge of the Hattah Kulkyne National Park is also desirable. A high level of fitness is recommended. Accommodation is lightweight camping with students and Woodleigh staff. A meals allowance will be provided.

You must have, experience facilitating outdoor education programs, remote first aid (or higher), anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.

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Year 10 Hattah Program canoe support

This role involves supporting Woodleigh staff to deliver the Year 10 Hattah Program in the Hattah Kulkyne National Park. Your role will be to facilitate the canoe journey along the Murray River for a different group of students each day. You may also be asked to assist with shuttling canoes, so experience towing a trailer is desirable. A high level of outdoor skill and competence is required to fulfill this role including excellent navigation skills and knowledge and experience working as a team during emergency situations. Knowledge of the Hattah Kulkyne National Park is also desirable. A high level of fitness is recommended. Accommodation is lightweight camping with students and Woodleigh staff. A meals allowance will be provided.

You must have, flat water canoe instructor (minimum), remote first aid (or higher), anaphylaxis training and complete the Woodleigh child safety compliance training.

  • Posted Date 29 Oct 2021
  • Location Langwarrin South
    VIC / Australia
  • Industry Education & Training
  • Job Type Casual/Vacation
  • Salary Not provided