Localization Academy

Summer Camps: activity leader – Language skills: Chinese, Russian or Japanese

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Who We Are

Collège du Léman is one of Switzerland’s most prestigious international schools, located on the edge of Lake Geneva in view of the Swiss Alps. We welcome children from 2 to 18 years old to become part of a truly international community with more than 120 different nationalities. Our vision is to shape generations that harness differences and empower our students to change the world for the better.

We nurture individual strengths through our outstanding educators and the sheer breadth of opportunities that we offer as part of our curriculum and activities.

Collège du Léman is part of the Nord Anglia Education family of more than 80 premium schools, educating students in over 30 countries.


The Activity Leader oversees students from all over the world between the ages of 8 and 18 years. The responsibilities are supervise the students and to organise some activities and animations according to the established planning.

Key Responsibilities

  • Welcoming and monitoring children from 8 to 18 years
  • Accompanying and supervising children all day, afternoon, and evening
  • Entertaining by planning or delivering activities
  • Organizing games, workshops, and shows
  • Ensuring the safety of children during all trips in or out of the Summer Camp
  • Being responsible for children’s hygiene and safety
  • Ensuring compliance with health and safety rules of Collège du Léman and respecting the material and the areas

Skills And Competencies

  • Experience working with children and teens is mandatory
  • Experience in teaching or practicing several specific activities
  • Responsible and autonomous
  • Ability to reassure children and parents
  • Languages required: English and Chinese or Japanese or Russian
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Works well under pressure
  • Motivated, dynamic, flexible, professional, organized, and creative
  • Sports oriented (in order to participate in various sporting activities arranged for the children)
  • Ability to work in a team environment is vital
  • Availability in July and August
  • Being available to work on weekends


The summer camp is planned over 3 sessions from June 30th to August 10th, 2024.


Session 1: June 30th to July 13th, 2024

Session 2: July 14th to July 27th, 2024

Session 3: July 28th to August 10th, 2024

Please note that the preference will be given to candidates available to work several sessions.

The Activity Leader will be provided accommodation on campus in shared rooms if needed.

It is important that the post holder is always aware of Child Protection guidelines and observes a professional distance from students whilst still developing effective working and caring relationships.

You understand and embrace the importance of diversity and inclusion and stand against discrimination in any form. Background investigations and reference checks for the past ten years will be conducted during the selection process.