Summer Camps – Regional Manager

This role would be ideally suited to a: Manager, Supervisor, Head of Department, Coordinator, Teacher, Lecturer, Sports Leaders, Sports Coach or anyone with management of leadership experience.

This role requires someone who will be free during the school holidays when camps operate and during the Summer (minimum of 3 consecutive weeks)

About the role

As part of the Kings Camps management team, the Regional Manager has overall responsibility for a number of Kings Camps within a geographical area.  The Regional Manager’s primary role is to manage, support and audit a group of camps. Reporting to the Head of Operations, Regional Managers are the link between Head Office personnel and Camp Managers.

As a Regional Manager you should be able to be the first point of contact to managers in your region for troubleshooting, dealing with recruitment problems, responding to incidents and providing advice. You’ll also deliver staff induction training in camps where there is a new Camp Manager, prior to camps starting as well as supporting all Camp Managers providing them with feedback and carrying out work reviews.

Being a Regional Manager, you must hold a full driving licence, have access to a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel. (Travel costs are reimbursed)

Why work for Kings Camps?

Working with Kings Camps during the school holidays offers you paid, high-quality employment and valuable experience.


England, Scotland and Wales (don’t worry, we’ll liaise you with your closest region)


Easter, Summer and Half Term School Holidays

What makes a great Regional Manager?

About Kings Camps

Kings Camps are a market leading not-for-profit organisation offer sports and activity day camps at over 50 locations during the school holidays, getting children and young people active, having fun and learning together.

Our coaches (we call them Red Tops) deliver high quality sports camps with an energy, passion and commitment to child development that we call the Kings Factor.

Founded in 1991, we were inspired by US-style summer camps. We decided the youngsters in the UK would love to experience school holiday camps too and establish a model which meant we could reach even more children through not-for-profit work in the UK and overseas. To find out more about Kings Camps, click here.

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