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Join us as a Meet and Greet Coordinator

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Our ongoing commitment to safer recruitment means that all successful applicants will be expected to be part of the DBS update service or be required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure. 

Applicants will also be required to provide two professional references as well as explain any gaps in employment history before any offer is made.

If you have exceptional communication skills and would enjoy working in an international environment, then you could be just what we are looking for.

Our Meet and Greet Coordinator is the first point of contact for our students when they arrive at the airport. Acting as a welcoming representative of our school you will look after our students and escort them safely to their transfer vehicle that takes them to their designated summer centre.

Start Date: Contracted work from June – August 2020

Salary: Basic rate of £393.60 (18-24 years), £418.56 (25+ years) per week, plus travel card. Pay in lieu of any unspent holiday of 12.07% of total salary and increments awarded. Full board and accommodation included if needed.

Locations: The majority of the work will be at the London airports, but you may sometimes be required to travel to other locations (e.g. our summer centres). Travel will be by public transport and travel costs will be covered by Stafford House.

Hours: 48 hours over 6 days per week

Key responsibilities

Understanding Policies and Procedures

  • Be fully conversant with our policies regarding the welfare and protection of children. You will be responsible for the welfare and safety of students ensuring that they adhere to our school rules

Student Arrivals and Departures

  • Travel to designated airports independently by public transport and check that the transfer vehicle is ready and waiting for the group or individual student.
  • Meet and greet each group/individual student on their arrival at the airport/station, escorting them to the correct vehicle. Helping to load luggage as required.
  • Working closely with the summer centres letting them know of student arrivals and informing them of any changes.
  • Manage any issues that may occur such as; flight delays or problems with transfer vehicles. Liaising with head office and the centres as necessary.
  • According to the rota travel between airports/terminals/other places (e.g. railway stations, summer centres) using public transport.
  • Be on hand to help with any further duties such as; helping a students to check in, looking after a student for a period of time if awaiting a group arriving later, accompanying groups to a summer centre and general administrative duties.

You must be able to attend training days in Canterbury, provisionally scheduled for the 19th and 20th of June. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed. Full board and accommodation are provided.

If this sound like the right job for you, apply today.

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Application Details

Personal Details


Please include TEFL qualifications, A-Levels, Diplomas, Degrees, Coaching, Lifeguarding, First Aid. Also, please include name of institution, qualification/subject, awarding body, date and mode of study, e.g University of Edinburgh, BA History,, full time 2012-2016 or IH Barcelona, CELTA, Cambridge, full time September 2018 Academic staff only: please include a scan of your ELT and degree certificates with this application.

EFL Teaching Experience

(if applicable; calculate up to June 2019). This information will be passed on to the centre

Full Employment History

Please note that in order to process your application, your FULL employment history is required. Please explain/ account for any gaps. We may contact previous employers if you have worked with children or with another summer school organisation. Please also include any voluntary/unpaid work. Please also attach your most recent CV. If this CV includes your full employment history, you may just write 'see attached CV' in this section.

Further Information


Please give the names of two professional referees who can comment on your suitability to work with children. All references will be followed up. • Please include your current or most recent employer. • If you have worked at another summer school within the past three years, please include a referee from this employment. • If you have previously worked with children, please include a referee who can comment on this work. • At least one referee must know you in a professional capacity; the other may know you in an academic capacity or through voluntary work. • References from friends and family are not acceptable. • Please use company email addresses wherever possible.

Reference #1

Reference #2

Applicant Declaration

Please answer ‘yes’ to each statement to confirm your acceptance

Declaration of Suitability to Work with Children

Our Child Protection Policy

Stafford House Summer is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for juniors in our care. We achieve this by: • Adhering to safer recruitment of staff practices as per NCSL guidelines • Having clear code of conduct for all staff working at our centres • Adopting child protection policies and procedures as per NSPCC guidelines • Having clearly visible and accessible Anti-Bullying Policy and Student Complaints procedure. Please see our Staff Handbook for full information. Because of the sensitive nature of the duties you will be expected to undertake, you are required to disclose details of any criminal record and a DBS check or Disclosure Scotland may be processed. Disclosure may not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position as only relevant convictions and other information will be taken into account, however you must disclose all convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013 by SI 2013 1198). Please visit the following website to read up on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act:

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