Camp Australia

Working at Camp Australia: Company Overview and Reviews in Australia

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Camp Australia
3.0
160 reviews
Camp Australia, AU Ratings
3.0
Average rating of 160 reviews on Indeed
3.2Work-Life Balance
3.0Pay & Benefits
2.6Job Security & Advancement
2.5Management
2.9Culture
Headquarters
Glen Iris
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
$5M to $25M (USD)
Industry
Education and Schools

Popular jobs at Camp Australia in Australia

 Average SalarySalary Range
2 salaries reported
$23.75
per hour
$17.25-$35.65
1 salary reported
$22.00
per hour
$17.25-$33.00
3 salaries reported
$23.21
per hour
$17.25-$34.85
2 salaries reported
$120,000
per year
$60,000-$180,000
1 salary reported
$700
per week
$600-$1,100
Salary Satisfaction
64%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay, in Australia
Based on 168 reviews

Camp Australia Reviews

Overall Reviews at Camp Australia

3.0
Tutor | Toorak VIC | 22 Mar. 2020
Enjoyed but stressfull
Ok company not very understanding of personal issues Very stressful environment Culture was good Loved the kids and learning new things every day..
3.0
Tutor | Werribee VIC | 30 Nov. 2019
Inconsistant
Where once management inspired loyalty and respect from all staff, there is now inconsistent management who you may or may not see all term and are hard to contact. Every day life can be hard or easy, depending on your ability to control the room.
3.0
Customer Service Representative | Melbourne VIC | 18 Dec. 2013
N/A
Typical day at work would include processing emails and assisting with phone calls majority of the time with a few additional administration tasks.
4.0
Tutor | Sydney NSW | 6 Nov. 2015
Learning Through Play with Kids
It is an eye-opener for me to learn how play experience can lead to children's development as I am only learning about early childhood education. Having helped my family baby sit my niece when she was a toddler, I had thought play was to provide my niece with tactile experiences and lots of fun. The strategy of creating a curriculum or pedagogy through play had never occurred to me. I am grateful to Camp Australia for giving me an opportunity to gain work experience in children's education and care in an after school service and taking part in helping children transition and engaging together in routines.
5.0
Production Coordinator | Western Australia | 22 Jan. 2018
amazing culture
Nice working hours, flexibility, great environment , great support form the higher management, supportive company, short hours, management skills, overall great company
4.0
Assistant | Melbourne VIC | 1 Dec. 2014
Fun environment
supervising children running activities doing administration roles newsletters liaising with parents
Prosfun working with children
1.0
Senior Customer Service Representative | Wantirna VIC | 18 Oct. 2017
Terrible
Poor management and miscommunication between teams - team leaders and management did not care about customer satisfaction and were not support of decisions
5.0
Volunteer | Wollongong NSW | 9 Aug. 2017
very fun
I have alot of fun in what i do because i spend time with kids all the time and when i play with kids i feel like a kid myself and it gives me a sence of happiness inside and it makes me love what i do.
Proshaving fun with the kids
Consnot enough shifts
5.0
Assistant Coordinator | Sydney NSW | 11 Feb. 2020
Good job opportunities
It's exciting working with camp Australia. Job scope and team were excellent. Routine of the day is clearly communicated. Exciting school holiday camp.
1.0
Educator | Toormina NSW | 24 Jan. 2018
WORST company I have ever worked for
Upper management is uninterested in the little guys, the pay is terrible and if you work regional like I did you will have even less support than what they apparently will offer
ProsCannot think of one other than the great kids you work with
Cons100% everything

Questions And Answers about Camp Australia

What is the company culture like at Camp Australia?
Asked 15 Jan. 2018
Worst management team ever!!!
Answered 26 Dec. 2019
High expectations with minimal guidance.
Answered 6 Aug. 2019
What is the pay rate for co ordinator and do we get split shift allowance and how much? TIA
Asked 5 Jan. 2018
Over $30 And yes about $16
Answered 5 Apr. 2019
Award rates Yes - split shift
Answered 19 Oct. 2018
I recently received an email saying that they will call me about my application. Is that a phone interview? How long is the recruitment process takes?
Asked 3 Apr. 2017
Days to Weeks
Answered 18 Apr. 2019
Phone interview only, very unusual when children are involved, i have had many people come in as workers who shouldnt work with childre they have no idea what to do
Answered 29 May 2018
Why do/did you like working at Camp Australia?
Asked 22 Feb. 2017
The kids because making them smile was worth it
Answered 29 Feb. 2020
Hated it management do not care about their staff
Answered 5 Oct. 2019
As an assistant, do you get employed as a full timer, part timer or casual employee and if casual is the case, is there guaranteed work / hours per week? How does it all work?
Asked 28 Jan. 2019
As a coordinator, you have the option to be full time or part time or casual.. They need good coordinators. It is essential to hire mature and compassionate yet dynamic people as situations arise that need sensitive handing.
Answered 23 Apr. 2020
Casual, there is no guarantee you will receive hours, in fact in my service I had no control over which casuals I had each night and most often i wouldn't see the same one for more than a week, then i wouldn't see them for a couple of months.
Answered 10 Oct. 2019