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2018-02-18 Nurseries Job Title: Nursery Nurse

Job Role: Bank Nursery Nurse

Date Posted: 19 Jan 2018

Job Location: Reading , Berkshire

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Salary: £11.60 11.60 per hour

Hours: Full Time or Part Time

Contact Name: Sami Islam

Job Reference: DaynurseriesNNReading

Description

To promote the health and safety and welfare of all children in the nursery at all times. Provide high standards of care to each child, support and extend their learning.

Recognising that each child is an individual and entitled to be treated as such with their needs, physical, emotional and intellectual being considered and their rights to be treated with the respect followed.

To encourage all areas of the children's development within Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) with the appropriate activities, play opportunities and actions through imaginative play and innovative programming.

To compile and maintain development records on children and report to the Team Leader at agreed intervals. Ensure that all records are accurate, signed and dated.

To provide a stimulating, friendly and caring environment at all times. Promote the nursery to current and potential parents.

To complete, after consultation with the team, monthly and weekly plans and displays.

After consultation with a team leader, to pass on information to parents regarding their childs routine.

To take an overview of child observation.

Demonstrate good practice with regards to special needs and inclusion, working with the nursery and area SENCO as appropriate.

Support and mentor students and apprentices.

To develop good relations with parents and encourage parental interest and participation in the life of the nursery.

Be a key carer carrying out all related responsibilities in building relationships with a small group of children and their families.

To maintain and contribute to effective and positive communication between all members of staff and parents.

Work with Early Years and professional teams to continuously improve the quality of childcare and education and to learn about current developments in childcare practice and policy.

It is the responsibility of the individual to ensure that their actions meet the standards and guidelines set out by OFSTED and the EYFS at all times.

To participate fully in the daily routine of the individual rooms and to follow the guidance and instructions of the senior staff in the team.

To post holder must demonstrate flexibility at all times.

To demonstrate professional accountability at all times.

To attend meetings/ training sessions required by the organisation and/or Ofstead/Early Years.

A requirement to complete and Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and health clearance.

To monitor and develop your own professional and personal learning needs. This will include Level 1 Safeguarding with three months of employment.

To guarantee confidentiality to the children, parents and Organisation according to the policies laid down by the Organisation.

 

Skills/Qualifications:

  • NVQ Level 3 in childcare or equivalent qualification in line with those listed on the ‘qualification finder’ section of www.education.gov.uk

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