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NCS Oxfordshire needs confident leaders to support young adults on our exciting personal development programme
Two young men out walking, one helping the other climb a rocky slope

Help Oxfordshire young people have the summer of a lifetime and boost your own skills, CV and experience by being an NCS Leader. This opportunity, ideal for UK or Europe-based students or professionals and is perfect for anyone looking to expand their experience of working with young people in an outdoor or community context.

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More about NCS Oxfordshire

This large scheme involves hundreds of young people aged 16-17 in Oxfordshire. The programme provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for young people to embark on exhilarating challenges, connect with the local community, achieve goals together and build skills for work and life. To make their summer truly epic they will need to be fun, passionate and energetic leaders to support, inspire, guide and lead young people through the elements of an NCS program:

  • Outdoors adventure on a residential away from Oxfordshire
  • Home residential at an Oxford location - lovely Hill End
  • Social action in local community locations throughout Oxfordshire
  • Celebration ceremony at the end of the experience

Throughout all this you will be crucial in supporting young people to be the best they can!

Rolling experiences run throughout the summer holidays, and there is also a autumn programme, with evening and weekend activities to run alongside school or college and a residential in autumn half term. 

Apply to become an NCS Leader

You must be 18+ to apply. All applicants will need to have a DBS disclosure and attend mandatory training and briefing, including safeguarding and first aid.

Application is via the online form.

After you contact us, you will be contacted by email, and phoned for a short discussion about the role. Successful applicants will be invited to attend an non-competitive assessment day.

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