Summer 2018 employment opportunities for students

ASL offers a range of summer employment opportunities for students. The current offerings are below, including week-by-week availability. Students need to be 17 years of age (by 28 August 2018) to be hired for summer job opportunities.

Summer 2018 opportunities for students

Please complete online form to register interest and availability: Summer 2018 employment application for students by Friday 19 January 2018.

Current Openings for Students

Week 1
June 
18 to 22

Week 2
June 
25 to 29

Week 3
July 
2 to 6

Week 4
July 
9 to 13

Week 5
July 
16 to 20

Week 6
July 
23 to 27

Week 7
July 30
to Aug 3

Week 8
Aug 
6 to 10

Week 9
Aug 
13 to 17

Week 10
Aug 
20 to 24

Summer Program 
(application deadline Friday 10 February 2017)
          
Camp counselors 
10-1210-1210-1210-1210-1210-124-64-66-86-8
           
Summer Experiences Program          
Summer Experience peer advisors
33        
           
Facilities
          
ASL summer facilities team
6
666 6
 6 66 6
           
Technology
          

ASL summer tech team

 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 
Media Services
          
ASL summer media services team
2
2
 2 2 2   
  
  
 
           
Performing Arts          
ASL summer performing arts team1-2         


For the opportunities listed above, all new and returning applicants must sign up with the Summer 2018 employment application for students by Friday 19 January 2018. For camp counselor and summer experience applicants who have not worked in previous ASL camps, required interviews will be conducted the weeks of 15 January and 22 January 2018-- please sign up in the HS Office after the holiday break.

Summer Program camp counselors support teachers and coaches in the Summer Program. The minimum involvement is one week, and the hours are typically 8:45 am to 3:30 pm. The pay rate is £250 per week. The ability to work with younger students and children is expected. Positive attitude and energy are also essential! See Summer Program camp counselors for more details. Summer camp counselors must have a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check, child protection and counselor training before they commence employment.

Summer Experience peer advisors support teachers and coaches working with middle and high school students. Expertise or knowledge in the subject area of the experience may be required. The minimum involvement is one week, and the pay rate is £250 per week. For more information, see Summer experiences team. Summer Experience peer advisors must have a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check, child protection and counselor training before they commence employment.

Summer facilities team members have a mix of experiences working at the ASL campus, including shifting furniture, scanning documents, and helping to take apart and then restore ASL rooms. The pay rate is £7.23 per hour with a maximum of 7 hours per day. For more information, see Summer facilities team

Summer tech team members help clean, restore and set up new and existing computers and peripherals. This may including software imaging and configuration, unpacking, labeling and security marking. The pay rate is £7.23 per hour. For more information, see Summer tech team

Summer media team members help digitize ASL media, clean and categorize equipment, and prepare media materials for use the following year. The pay rate is £7.23 per hour. For more information, see Summer media team.

Summer performing arts team members complete a number of tasks in order to prepare the department for the new school year. This will mainly involve helping to clean and sort the musical instruments, checking them against the instrument inventory, doing basic maintenance on instruments and filing music. Please note that this job is purely administrative and organizational. The pay rate is £7.23 per hour. For more information, see Summer performing arts team.

As noted above, all students need to be 17 years of age (by 28 August 2018) to be hired for summer job opportunities. For all opportunities, sign up with the Summer 2018 employment application for students by Friday 19 January 2018.

The American School in London is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

Any offer of employment is conditional upon the School receiving satisfactory references, a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) certificate, where appropriate, and evidence of your right to work in the UK. If you are currently resident outside the UK you will be required to obtain a local police or FBI check, certificate of good conduct or similar. All employees are required to have a national insurance number and the School can provide information about the application process if you do not have one.

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