"My son has the best times with Yellow Sub - they're really great and fun and he loves it and would like to go every day"
Job title: Activity Manager – Residential Holidays
Salary: £22,592 (Pro-rata)
Contract Type: 35 hours per week, 12 month contract; our expectation would be to offer a permanent contract at the end of the year, subject to performance and funding.
Working Hours: The role requires a flexible working schedule to include time spent away on residential holidays, evening working at social clubs and office time i.e. the number of hours worked each week may vary due to time spent on residential holidays, but over a month this will equate to a 35-hour a week contract.
Location: Oxfordshire and residential holiday locations; flexibility required.
Yellow Submarine is an award winning charity, supporting people with additional needs and their families. Search ‘Yellow Submarine Charity’ online to learn more.
We have an opportunity for a new team member to join us as an Activity Manager – Residential Holidays; taking the lead on our adults’ residential holiday programme. If you want the opportunity to join a small but friendly team, where you’ll get to see the impact of the charity’s work first-hand, this is the job for you.
This role will involve delivering and developing our adults’ residential holiday programme; the successful applicant requires exceptional organisational ability and should have a proactive nature, as well as a willingness to support and get involved in Yellow Submarine’s activities. A sense of fun is a must!
To oversee, develop and deliver our adults’ residential programme as well as supporting with other activities across the organisation, in particular our social activities for adults. The successful applicant requires exceptional organisational ability, experience of managing groups of vulnerable adults and/or young people, the ability to manage and support other staff and volunteers, as well as willingness to support and get involved across the organisation. They must be flexible, have the ability to solve issues whilst being responsive to the needs of the organisation and the needs of our members. They must work with colleagues across the organisation to ensure continuity of programmes.
Candidates will be required to undergo a DBS check.
Application deadline: Friday, 24th January 2020
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Download an application form here
We will acknowledge receipt of all applications and let all applicants know if they have been shortlisted or not.
We welcome applications from all people regardless of race, gender, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation or age and we are committed to providing under-represented groups with the help and support they need to apply to join us.
Any questions in the interim should be directed to Kate Sankey