Nursery Practitioner - LEVEL 2-3

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2018-02-03 Care Homes Job Title: Nursery Practitioner - LEVEL 2-3

Job Setting: Day Nursery / Nursery School

Job Role: Nursery Nurse / Early Years Practitioner

Date Posted: 03 Jan 2018

Job Location: Southwark , London

Salary: £15,600 to £18,000 per annum Salary to be negotiated

Hours: Full Time

Contact Name: Chinyere Bakare

Job Reference: Goslings NP 2 & 3


Are you looking for a role within a well-established nursery business, working within a stimulating and friendly environment and with good career prospects?

Then this position is for you!

Goslings Day Nursery is looking to recruit an experienced and qualified Nursery Practitioner. 

Benefits Include:

  • An annual incremental pay review system
  • Additional training
  • Staff Childcare Discounts
  • Regulated Pension Scheme. 
  • Good transport links close to the Train Station. 
  • Excellent Job Growth Opportunities

You’ll be required to work closely with the Nursery Manager at all times, your duties will comprise those appropriate to the post as directed.

About you

You should have 2 years’ experience of working in a day-care setting and you should have a level 2 or 3 in Childcare.  Our children are aged between 6 months and 5 years old so you should be comfortable working with this age group and able to form good relationships with staff and parents.

As well as adhering to the Policies and Procedures of Goslings Nursery, you will need to comply with Health and Safety legislation, working within the guidelines of Ofsted and National Standards and maintaining confidentiality at all times.

Whilst caring for and supervising the children with regard to their physical, emotional and intellectual needs you will need to maintain a positive and upbeat attitude.  There will also be times when you will be required to attend staff meetings, parents’ evenings, open days and children’s outings etc.

You will be expected to ensure that planning and preparation of all activities meets with the children’s individual needs and that records are kept up-to-date, with all observations being done. Whilst managing staff that falls within your remit, you will also need to identify and follow correct procedures when dealing with child protection issues.   

A DBS check will be carried out before the role commences and references will be requested. Full details of all duties involved will be discussed at interview.

Sounds good?  Then apply for this role now by submitting your CV below:

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