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Below are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about the application process and working on camp..

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Application & Recruitment Process

How old do you need to be to work on camp?

Due to our vetting requirements, and the responsibility involved in all of our roles, we require applicants to be over 18 years of age, particularly as you will be responsible for the welfare and protection of a group of children in your care.

Do I need experience to work on camp?

Yes! All our staff need to have some experience in working or volunteering with children. The level of experience required will depend on the role for which you are applying, with senior or specialist roles requiring additional expertise and/or qualifications.

Be sure to read our JOB DESCRIPTIONS thoroughly to determine the role that’s right for you.

I live abroad. Can I still apply?

Yes, however, it is important to note that all staff are required to have the right to work in the UK and this is not something we can assist applicants with.

Also, we are only able to offer accommodation on our Ultimate Survival programme (camping at or near the venue). Therefore, you will need to arrange your own accommodation if you are relocating to work with Ultimate Activity Camps.

Do I have to work the whole season?

Normally we offer flexible part-season roles that can fit around your own availability. However, minimising mixing children and staff between groups does mean there is less flexibility with part-season roles and days off during October half-term. We want to keep the staff team as consistent as possible so please keep this in mind when you apply.

Do I have to commit to working all seasons during the year?

No, not at all! Just make it clear on your application what holidays you are applying for. We have opportunities during the Summer, and Half Term holidays (camp dependent) so there are opportunities throughout the year. We are sure you will love working for Ultimate Activity and will end up working all the holidays you can anyway! To find out when your nearest camp is running this year, check out our LOCATIONS information page.

Do I need a DBS check?

You do not need to already have a DBS check before you apply to work with us. But if you do have one, it is useful to have the information to hand when you are filling out your application, as you will be asked to provide the details!

But please be aware all staff are required to have a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure suitable for working with children before they start work with us. If necessary, we can arrange this on your behalf.

Please note, staff must pay for the full cost of their DBS check.

Staff who have lived abroad for more than 3 months at a time will also be subject to overseas police checks and we will support you through the process. 

What background checks are involved?

The Ultimate Activity Company understands its responsibility regarding safeguarding, child protection, and the suitability of staff. We take the recruitment, selection and training of staff very seriously, ensuring that all staff are suitable to carry out the roles required of them in line with safer recruitment guidelines. This includes ensuring all staff are subject to relevant DBS Disclosure checks, identity checks, employment history and reference checks, and international criminal record checks where required.

Sounds a bit daunting? We will help guide you through the process – don’t worry!

I've submitted an application. When should I receive a response?

We aim to reply to all our applicants within two weeks of receiving their application, regardless of the season for which you have applied. We will always keep you up to date with the progress of your application.

If we feel you have the right qualifications and experience a member of our recruitment team will be in contact to arrange a video interview.

If we feel you do not match what we are looking for, we will inform you by email that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Due to the number of applications we receive, we are unable to give individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates.

When should I receive a response following my video interview?

If you are successful after your interview, we will either be able to offer you a position (subject to passing relevant training and vetting requirements), or you will be placed on our reserve list until a suitable role is found for you (which happens in 99% of cases!). We will contact you within one week of your interview with the outcome.

I have been placed on a reserve list, what does this mean?

If we are unable to offer you a confirmed position (i.e. set dates working on camp), we may ask to place you on our reserve list. This means that you are invited to our Central Training & Assessment Days ensuring you are camp ready as soon as a role becomes available! As we continue to take bookings and our camps get busier, or if another member of staff drops out or is ill, we will be able to offer you work.

Whilst there is no guarantee of employment, if the past seasons have proved anything it is that we rely on our reserves and so a strong attendance at training will ensure you are at the front of the queue when work becomes available! If you do not wish to be on the reserve list, just let us know.

I have been offered a role, what next?

The employment and vetting process can seem a little daunting at first, but don’t panic! We have put down a simple step by step guide to the process. If you have any questions or queries, then our Recruitment Team will be on hand to answer any questions.

 

Company Information: Read any key documents, policies and procedures relevant to your role.

New Starter Details: Check your personal information is up to date, complete your emergency contact information and request your uniform size.

Right to Work: Upload evidence of your right to work in the UK.

DBS: Upload a copy of your original DBS certificate.

Key Qualifications: Upload copies of qualifications relevant to your role – e.g. coaching, first aid, teaching or childcare qualifications.

Pay Information: Complete your pay and tax information.

Training: Make sure you understand the full training requirements for your role. We have online and face-to-face components.

References: Upload at least two professional references. These can be academic or relating to employment.

Contract: Once you have completed your onboarding, you will be able to digitally sign your Contract of Employment. Please refer to this document for information regarding your statutory rights, expectations and requirements of your role, details of pay days and more.

 

And don’t forget to follow us on social media! Check our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Do I have to reapply in the future if I want to work again?

We love that so many of our staff choose to return to camp for multiple seasons! It is great to have a good mix of returning and new staff on camp, and so a good performance on camp will certainly ensure there is plenty of future work available to you if you wish to come back season after season.

It’s really easy to reapply for seasons – head to our careers page, log in and reapply to your preferred role and location. Your application will auto-fill with your details so just make sure your availability is up to date!

Each season that you work is a new term of employment with Ultimate Activity. Therefore, if you are appointed for multiple seasons you will receive new employment paperwork each time you work. This helps to ensure your suitability to work with children remains up to date as you will be subject to the same background checks (such as a valid DBS status) each time you work.

 

What does the current COVID-19 situation mean for camp in 2022?

Throughout 2021 we ran many successful seasons and each one included changes and adaptations to make camp COVID-secure according to the government guidance at the time. We are confident that we can deliver an amazing camp experience whilst keeping staff, children and their parents safe in 2022. We are continually monitoring the guidance from the government and will adapt our programme and structure accordingly. You can read the government's guidance for holiday providers here

Training & Assessment

What training do I need to complete before working on camp?

Our staff training varies depending on what programme you have applied for, but most programmes involve and combination an online competency test and face-to-face training. Your Recruiter will explain the training procedures in full detail during your video interview.

Staff attend face to face Instructor Central Training & Assessment Event held at a central location if the following applies:

  • They are new to Ultimate and have not attended training previously.
  • They are a Returning Staff Member but have not attended Central Training previously.
  • They are a Returning staff who has previously attended training but has not worked for 2 or more years.

When is my Central Training & Assessment Day - Ultimate Activity?

As it stands, our face-to-face training days are scheduled to go ahead on the following dates.

Easter

Sunday 20th March at Chandlings School, Oxford - All staff

Saturday 26th March at Chandlings School, Oxford - All staff

Sunday 27th March at Chandlings School, Oxford - Managers and Senior Staff only

Summer

Saturday 2nd July - All staff

Sunday 3rd July - Managers and Senior Staff only

Saturday 9th July - All staff

 

Remember - all face to face training is PAID! Instructors only need to attend one Saturday training day every two years. Managers must attend a Saturday and a Sunday.

 

When is my Central Training & Assessment Day - Ultimate Survival?

Tuesday 31st May 2022 - Core Skills Training Day (All New Staff)

Thursday 30th June 2022 - Core Skills Training Day (All New Staff)

Thursday 14th July 2022 - Training Day (Bushcraft Leaders Training only)

Friday 15th June 2022 - Core Skills Training Day (All New Staff)

When is my Central Training & Assessment Day - Ultimate Tech?

Thursday 7th and Friday 8th July – Reading (exact location TBC).

What is a Camp Induction and when is it?

Image removed.Camp Induction Day is the final part of training and takes place at your camp usually the weekend before camp opens. It is a chance for you to meet your colleagues, get familiar with the site and most importantly, get ready for the children! All our staff are required to attend a Camp Induction prior to each season they work. Staff are paid for their attendance at a Camp Induction Day.

  • Ultimate Survival Induction lasts for 6 hours.
  • Ultimate Activity Camps Induction lasts for 3-4 hours.

You will be sent the exact dates and times with your employment paperwork.

How often do I need to retrain?

Your Central Training & Assessment attendance covers you for 2 years of working on camp. However please note, if you take on a new role you will be asked to attend any additional training days relevant to your new role. For example, if you move from being an Instructor, to a Manager, you will need to attend a relevant manager training day. Equally we reserve the right to ask any staff members to re-attend a Central Training & Assessment day if we feel their performance on camp would be improved in attending.

Do you offer any additional training or professional development?

For those wishing to gain additional qualifications we offer heavily subsidised first aid courses for our staff. This is a great way to add to your CV and it will put you first in line to be offered guaranteed work for future seasons. We offer the following courses:

  • Outdoor Pursuits First Aid 16 hour: Suitable for Ultimate Survival Staff

  • Paediatric First Aid 12 hour (Ofsted compliant): Suitable for Ultimate Activity and Ultimate Survival staff.

Our in house courses are free to all staff members!

If you have been asked to attend an external course Ultimate Activity will pay for the course upfront and then the cost of £30 will be deducted from your wages.

When are your first aid courses?

Our first aid courses are delivered in a COVID-secure manner by a qualified and experienced member of our Operations Team, in partnership with Pro Trainings. The dates and locations of our internal first aid courses are:

12 Hour Blended Paediatric First Aid*:

  • Friday 25th March - TBC: London
  • Sunday 27th March - Chandlings School, Oxford
  • Tuesday 31st May - TBC: Reading/ London 
  • Wednesday 1st June - Oxford 
  • Sunday 3rd July - Oxford
  • Tuesday 5th July - London

 

Outdoor Pursuits First Aid 16 Hour:

  • 2022 dates TBC

 

If you cannot attend any of the courses, we offer then we can consider booking you on to a more local course to you run by an external company, for which we are happy to subsidise.

So, if you are appointed for a role with us, and want to complete a relevant first aid course, then let your Recruitment Coordinator know asap so we can support you through the process!

* Please note that our 12 Hour Blended Paediatric first aid course consists of two parts: 6 hours online preparation, and 6 hours face to face training on the above dates. The 6 hours online preparation MUST be completed before you attend the face to face training in order for you to obtain the qualification.

Working on Ultimate Activity Camps

What are the working hours?

Our camps are open to accept children from 8am – 6pm.

Therefore, Camp Managers, Early Years Managers and at least one first aid qualified staff member will work 8am – 6pm..

All other staff typically work 8.30am – 5.30pm, which is when most of the children are present on camp, but busier camps may require more staff on the longer hours.

All staff receive a 30-minute unpaid lunch break which will be timetabled by the Manager.

Our camps are open Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays.

How big are the group sizes?

The ratios for our groups, per instructor, are usually as follows:

  • 4 & 5 year olds 1:8 (often 2 staff members will work together in a group of up to 16 children)
  • 6 & 7 year olds 1:14
  • Over 8 year olds 1:16

Are your camps residential?

Ultimate Activity Camps are day camps so therefore we do not offer accommodation and staff must commute daily. With over 30 locations nationwide there is sure to be a site near you so click on our LOCATIONS to find a camp near you

What will I be doing during a day on camp?

Our days are action packed!

8am - 9:30am During a typical day children start arriving from 8am, so Instructors will be delivering some small ice breaker games to help welcome children to camp.

9:30am Camp Managers and Early Years Leaders will lead their morning welcome to introduce the staff, camp rules and expectations and get children excited for their day of activities.

9:40am Activities begin! There will be two 50-minute activities back-to-back, followed by a 20-minute break to give the children an opportunity for a quick snack, and one more 50-minute activity.

12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch time. Staff will be assigned a half an hour lunch break. The first half an hour will be spent supervising the children and helping keep the lunch hall tidy. From 1pm, the Instructors will start to deliver some small, controlled games until activities begin in the afternoon.

1:30pm Afternoon activities resume, with a 20-minute break between the 5th and 6th activity.

4:30pm Activities finish! Parents will start arriving to collect their children, but Instructors will keep the children occupied with more small 5-minute games until it's time to get picked up.

5:15pm Most of the children will have been picked up, except for those on Extended Day Pass. Time to start tidying and resetting camp ready for the next day.

6pm Camp closes! Hopefully you are excited to return for another busy day tomorrow.

 

Is there a uniform?

Yes! New staff will be given 2 company branded t-shirts and 1 hoody before starting work. This first complete uniform set is provided free of charge to all employed staff, but additional uniforms in future seasons can be purchased at additional cost. Staff will need to provide their own tracksuit bottoms/shorts/leggings and trainers in a dark colour and whistle.

What should I bring to camp?

Enthusiasm, a sense of humour, and commitment to inspiring children! That is the best place to start! You should also wear your UAC uniform (provided) along with dark coloured shorts/tracksuit bottoms/leggings. Bring lunch and snacks as you may not have time to leave camp to visit shops during your lunch break. If swimming is offered at your location then it is a good idea to bring swimwear every day, towel and spare clothes in case you end up going in the swimming pool. You will also need to bring your own whistle and a watch. 

Personal mobile phones are not permitted on camp, but these can be safely left in the staff room until you have finished work.

Working on Ultimate Survival Camps

What are the working hours?

Working hours on camp are 8am - 6pm, with a 30-minute lunch break. Staff working hours will be extended during our Thursday night camp outs. Each of our camps are open Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays.

How big are your group sizes?

The ratios for our groups per instructor are 1:12. The age range for Ultimate Survival is 7 to 14 years and groups are arranged by ability and age.

Are your camps residential?

The children attend camp during the day only, on Thursday we have our campfire cook outs where children have the option to stay later (21:00) but not overnight.

For staff, Ultimate Survival offer on-site camping accommodation across some of our locations at no cost, so you can apply to all our location no matter where you live!-  please note we do not provide any  camping equipment or catering. 

We provide the Thursday evening meals for those children who Book to stay for the Camp fire Cook out.

 

What do I need to bring on camp?

 

Enthusiasm, passion, and commitment to inspiring children in the outdoors is a great start!

If you will be camping at one of our sites, we also recommend bringing the following to bring with you:

  • Tent
  • Sleeping bag
  • Roll mat
  • Pillow
  • Wash kit
  • Towel
  • Boots
  • Torch
  • Water proof jacket & trousers
  • Warm clothes
  • Spare clothes
  • Food-we do not offer any catering
  • Battery pack for phone/ tablets.


NB. These are the essentials items. You are more than welcome to bring additional items to make your stay more comfortable! Laundry facilities may not be available.

 

Is there a uniform?

Yes! New staff will be given two company branded t-shirts and one jumper before starting work. This first complete uniform set is provided free of charge to all employed staff, but additional uniforms in future seasons can be purchased at additional cost.

Staff will need to provide their own outdoor appropriate clothing including trousers, jackets and boots.

What does a typical day entail?

 

Camps are open from 8am until 6pm (except on Thursdays when children are invited to stay for the evening Campfire and meal!).

The children are split into groups based on ability and age and led through a timetabled day of activities. Staff will be assigned to the groups and activities that best suit their skills and expertise.

The general structure of a day on camp is:

DROP OFF 8am to 9.30am - The children will arrive from camp from 8am onwards. During this time staff will lead structured play time, leading activities focusing on fun and participation. Staff are encouraged to use ice-breaker activities to help the children settle into their surroundings and make new friends.

MORNING WELCOME & REGISTRATION: 9.30am to 9.40am - Staff will welcome the children to camp and complete a full register for all groups on camp.

ACTIVITY 1

MORNING BREAK - Staff supervise children whilst they are on their break.

ACTIVITY 2

LUNCH 12:30pm to 1:30pm - During the children’s lunch break, the staff will take their own 30-minute lunch break according to the rota. The children’s break is split into two parts: The first 30mins are for eating their packed lunch, with staff supervision. In the second 30 minutes the staff will deliver fun play activities encouraging structure, fun, and participation.

ACTIVITY 3

AFTERNOON BREAK - Staff supervise children whilst they are on their break.

ACTIVITY 4

END OF DAY WRAP UP 4.20pm to 4.30pm - Staff will say goodbye to the children before pick up begins.

PICK UP 4.30pm to 6pm - The children will be picked up from 4.30pm before camp closes at 6pm. During this time staff will lead structured play time, leading activities focusing on fun and participation.

Campfire cook out- on a Thursday the Children are able to be booked to stay  for  a campfire meal and activities, the evening meal is prepared by  the Course leader and the campfire and activities lead by the instructors. Final pick up is 8:30-9:00pm

 

In 2022 we are running two different course programmes as part of Ultimate Survival. For more information about the courses and for example timetables, check out the following links:

Working on Ultimate Tech Camps

What are the working hours?

Camp is open between 8am and 6pm, but our Ultimate Tech staff work from 8:30am until 5:30pm, except for Mondays when staff start at 8am.

If you hold a paediatric first aid qualification you may be offered the opportunity for longer hours, usually 8am to 6pm.

How big are the group sizes?

Our Ultimate Tech Camps consist of one group of 14 children.

Are your camps residential?

Ultimate Tech Camps are day camps so therefore we do not offer accommodation and staff must commute daily.

What does a typical day entail?

8:30 - 9:30am During a typical day children start arriving from 8am, so Instructors will be delivering some small ice breaker games to help welcome children to camp.

9:30am Ultimate Tech Leaders will lead the morning welcome to introduce the staff, camp rules and expectations and get children excited for their day of activities.

9:40am Activities begin! Children will get stuck into their first activity, from building Micro:bit and arcade games to website and programming, until 11:20am, when they will have a quick 20-minute break to give the children an opportunity for a quick snack, followed by one more 50-minute activity.

12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch time. Staff will be assigned a half an hour lunch break. The first half an hour will be spent supervising the children and helping keep the lunch hall tidy. From 1pm, the children can head outside or back to their computers for some quick games or to continue what they've been working on in the morning.

1:30pm Afternoon activities resume, with a 20-minute break at 3:10pm.

4:30pm Activities finish! Parents will start arriving to collect their children, but Instructors will keep the children occupied with more small 5-minute games until it's time to get picked up.

5:15pm Most of the children will have been picked up, except for those on Extended Day Pass. Time to start tidying and resetting camp ready for the next day.

6pm Camp closes! Hopefully you are excited to return for another busy day tomorrow.

Is there a uniform?

Yes! New staff will be given two company branded t-shirts and one jumper before starting work. This first complete uniform set is provided free of charge to all employed staff, but additional uniforms in future seasons can be purchased at additional cost. Staff will need to provide their own tracksuit bottoms/shorts/leggings and trainers in a dark colour and whistle.

What should I bring to camp?

Enthusiasm, a sense of humour, and commitment to inspiring children - that's the best place to start! You should also wear your UTech uniform (provided) along with dark coloured shorts/tracksuit bottoms/leggings.

Bring lunch and snacks as you may not have time to leave camp to visit shops during your lunch break.You will also need to bring your own whistle and a watch. 

Personal mobile phones are not permitted on camp, but these can be safely left in the staff room until you have finished work.

Working on Ultimate Sports Academies

What are the working hours?

Our Ultimate Sports Academy coaching staff work from 8:30am until 4:30pm.

How big are the group sizes?

The children are split initially by age, at which point the Lead Coach can choose to further split the children by ability if group sizes will allow. We aim for a ratio of 1 coach to every 12 children.

Are your academies residential?

Ultimate Sports Academies are day camps so therefore we do not offer accommodation and staff must commute daily.

What does a typical day entail?

Our days are action packed!

8:30am - 9:30am Children get signed in by the Lead Coach and the other coaches deliver sports-based ice breaker games and activities.

9:30am Lead Coaches lead the morning welcome to introduce the staff, academy rules and expectations. The children then get warmed up all together.

9:45am Children are split into groups and coaches deliver the first sports sessions of the day, with a small break at 10:30am.

12:30pm - 1pm Lunch time!

1pm Coaching sessions continue, with an afternoon break at 2:30pm.

2:40pm - 3:20pm The children get to incoorporate the skills they've learnt in match play or competition settings. 

3:20pm The children come back together as a gorup for a warm down. Parents will start arriving to collect their children, but coaches will keep the children occupied with more small games until it's time to get picked up.

4:30pm The academy closes! Hopefully you are excited to return for another busy day tomorrow.

Is there a uniform?

Yes! New staff will be given two company branded t-shirts and one jumper before starting work. This first complete uniform set is provided free of charge to all employed staff, but additional uniforms in future seasons can be purchased at additional cost. Staff will need to provide their own tracksuit bottoms/shorts/leggings and trainers in a dark colour and whistle.

What should I bring to the academy?

Enthusiasm, a sense of humour, and commitment to inspiring children - that's the best place to start! You should also wear your Ultimate Sports Academies uniform (provided) along with dark coloured shorts/tracksuit bottoms/leggings.

Bring lunch and snacks as you may not have time to leave camp to visit shops during your lunch break.You will also need to bring your own whistle and a watch. 

Personal mobile phones are not permitted on the academy, but these can be safely left in your bag until you have finished work.

We provide all coaching resurces and equipment, but feel free to bring your own if you wish, although we will not be liable for any loss or damage.

Getting Paid

When will I be paid?

Payment for the Summer season will take place as follows:

Days worked on camp between 12th July 2021 and 23rd July 2021 will be paid and reach your account no more than 10 working days later (6th August 2021).

Days worked on camp between 26th July 2021 and 6th August 2021 will be paid and reach your account no more than 10 working days later (20th August 2021).

Days worked on camp between 9th August 2021 and 30th August 2021 (the end of the season) will be paid and reach your account no more than 10 working days later (10th September 2021).

 

For work in other seasons you will be paid within 10 working days of the season ending.

Pay dates are confirmed in your offer paperwork each season.

How do I submit my pay information?

You will be provided with instructions for submitting your pay information with your offer paperwork. You need to provide the relevant bank details and tax information each season that you work at least 10 working days before your scheduled pay day.

Wages are paid via BACS payment and must be paid into a UK account.

What is holiday pay?

Due to the short-term nature of the contract, our staff do not accrue holiday entitlement in the form of days off. Instead, holiday pay is added to your basic pay at a rate of 12.07%.

COVID-Related FAQs

What does the guidance mean for my role?

We have made changes to the activity programme to keep staff and children safe, and for us to ensure we are providing you with a secure workplace.

Children no longer have to be grouped in 'bubbles', but we are still mindful of keeping the mixing of children and staff across groups to a minimum. Activity Instructor roles will be less specialist and staff will need to be flexible in delivering a mixture of activities, from art to sport. If you are employed as an Activity Instructor and have a particular age preference then please let us know in the lead up to camp and we will do our best to facilitate this.

Has the structure of the day changed?

No. The structure of the day remains the same as usual, split into 6 activities of 50 minutes.

What activities are on offer?

We have revised our programme to ensure that all of the activities on the timetable are deemed safe in line with the Protective Measures for Holiday Clubs guidance. Unfortunately, this means we may not be able to run all our activities if they involve a level of risk we deem too high. Having said that, we will most certainly be offering up a varied and engaging programme for you to deliver this season.

Is training still going ahead?

As it stands, our face-to-face training is scheduled to go ahead in 2022. Easter and Summer training dates have now been confirmed so check your onboarding details for more information!

Face coverings - who need to wear them and when?

Face coverings are no longer required on camp, but if you would prefer to wear one then please feel free. Masks will be sent to camp so that they are available to all staff.

We will be asking that all staff working on the sign-in desk wear a face covering to sign children in and out. Parents will also be encouraged to wear one during these times. Contactless sign-in will continue for efficient drop-off and collections.

Will I be asked to take a test before working on camp?

Staff in childcare settings no longer need to particpate in twice-weekly lateral flow testing. However, we will continue to proide staff with free lateral flow test packs to use at home in case they have symptoms or are a contact of a confirmed case.

Will UAC be providing PPE?

The current 'Protect Measures for Holiday Clubs' guidance makes it clear that additional PPE is NOT required but we will have additional PPE on site to safely handle a suspected case.

What happens if a child displays symptoms of COVID on camp?

There is very specific guidance for safe handling of a suspected case of COVID on camp. Full guidance can be found here, but rest assured we will have PPE on site to care for a child until they can be collected and communication protocols in place so that if a case is confirmed parents and staff will be notified. There is no longer a requirement to isolate if you come into contact with a positive case, but you may decide to increase your personal at-home lateral flow testing schedule.

COVID and Statutory Sick Pay

You may have been concerned that the Government has withdrawn statutory sick pay from day one of isolation and what that means for you if you test positive while working for us - But don't panic!

All Ultimate staff will still receive full pay from us for any missed days of work from day one to three of isolation (you can claim statutory sick pay from day four) as a result of a testing positive, so that staff can isolate without penalty.

Proof of positive LFD or PCR test registered with the NHS is required to qualify for full pay.

What if I am contracted to work but change my mind as I am worried about COVID?

We understand that the current situation is difficult and somewhat unknown. We would urge you to give very careful consideration to whether you would realistically be able to commit to working. In particular you should consider:
- Your journey to camp: are you happy using public transport?
- Your health and the health of loved ones: are you or anyone you live with classed as ‘vulnerable’ e.g. over 70, pregnant, or underlying health conditions?
- Your mental health: these are difficult and unprecedented times so please consider your own mental well-being when committing to work.

We completely understand that some of you will not be keen to place yourselves in a position of risk so we ask that, even if you have already signed your contract, you let us know at the earliest opportunity if you have any worries about working on camp. The earlier you let us know the earlier we can put other measures in place. 

Still got questions?

Contact us via work@ultimateactivity.co.uk or call 01865 582949 to speak to a member of our Recruitment Team who will be happy to help.

Further Info

Please read the following information sheets for more information: