How do i become a pinkie?
The basic requirements for being a member of the Short Term Staff Team are very simple:
- To be a Scout or Guide member of a National Scout Organisation recognised by WOSM or WAGGGS.
- To be at least 18 years old on the day you arrive here.
- To be able to communicate in English.
Please be aware that we will need to secure permission to work in Switzerland with the relevant authorities. For citizens from EU/EFTA countries this may be easier than for others. Any appointment made will depend upon receiving this necessary permission.
Short Term Staff receive full training at the beginning of their season. During the season they receive accommodation in the Chalet, food and all the basics needed to stay at the Centre. There is no pocket money but some travel support may be available.
Our Short Term Staff come for one of these seasons and it is very important for them to be with us for the full 3 months. If, for some reason, you cannot be here for the full 3 months, this may affect our decision on whether to offer you a place. However, send us an email and let us know what you can do and when you can be here, and we will see what is possible.
The dates of the future seasons are as follows:
Season Start Date End Date Deadline for Applications Autumn 2016 04 September 2016 02 December 2016 CLOSED Winter 2017 03 December 2016 04 March 2017 CLOSED Spring 2017 05 March 2017 09 June 2017 30 September 2016 Summer 2017 10 June 2017 09 September 2017 30 December 2016 Autumn 2017 10 September 2017 09 December 2017 31 March 2017
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND SEND ALL OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS. iNCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Please download the application form and fill it in. You can find and download it here.
Additional to that we require that you send us some supporting documents!
We get many great applications from Scouts all around the world to become Short Term Staff at KISC and receive more applications then we have positions available. To make your application stand out, it is important to give us some extra information about yourself and the skills that you will bring to KISC.
The application form, additional documents and information should be sent by email to Anna (FI).
Confirmation from NSO
We need a written confirmation by the International Comissioner of your National Scout Organization, stating you are a registerd member. This should be a scanned letter. Please get in touch with you National Headquarters if you need support with this.
Write a one page letter to introduce yourself. This letter should include who you are,
Your interests, what skills and experiences you have that will help you work at KISC, why you are applying for STS and what you expect from your from your experience in Kandersteg.
Please take this form to your doctor, so they can sign and state that you are physically and mentally healthy to work and live at KISC.
Download the form here.
Send us a picture of yourself. Smile!
Send your CV (Curriculum Vitae).
Send a scouting profile where you explain what you have done in scouting and what your present role is.
Copy of your passport
Please send a copy of your passport. Please let us know if you have several passports.
This is optional, but if you have someone from your education, work or Scouting life, that you would like to write a reference to support your application, then this can be included and send with your application.
In case one of them is missing, we will not be able to consider your application.
For any additional clarifications concerning your application please email: Xi0qPzg4HjU3LT1wPTY@nospam