We’re looking for enthusiastic, caring and hard-working individuals who would like to begin a career as an Early Years Educator / Nursery Nurse / Nursery Practitioner. Benefits of working for ABLE Staffing: · Competitive pay rates · An employee of the month scheme · The experience of working in a variety of childcare settings · Flexible hours to accommodate and fit around your needs · A dedicated Consultant as your main point of contact The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 6 months of experience working within an Early Years setting, qualifications are not a necessity. To join our team as a Childcare Worker - APPLY NOW! All our recruitment processes are subject to safer recruitment checks so you will need to provide details of references and a clear Enhanced DBS within the childcare sector (which we can arrange for you if you do not currently possess one). We take pride in being ethical and in encouraging an environment of openness in all interactions. We are proud of our equal opportunities policy. We will not discriminate on the basis of ethnic origin, race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or age. Religious and cultural diversity are valued.
Would you like the opportunity to work in various nursery setting with flexible working hours? Has your full-time job been affected and do you need additional hours? Do you want the flexibility to work around your family commitments? Able Staffing is recruiting for an Early Years Educator, Nursery Nurse, Nursery Practitioner, or even an Unqualified Nursery Assistant to join their team. We have a variety of full-time and part-time hours available and due to the flexibility of the position, you can work as much or as little as you like! We do require a minimum of one full day per week being 8:00 am – 18:00 pm. Benefits of working for ABLE Staffing: Competitive pay rates An employee of the month scheme The experience of working in a variety of childcare settings Flexible hours to accommodate and fit around your needs A dedicated Consultant as your main point of contact The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 6 months of experience working within an Early Years setting, qualifications are not a necessity. To join our team as a Childcare Worker - APPLY NOW! All our recruitment processes are subject to safer recruitment and a clear Enhanced DBS within the childcare sector
Job description POST TITLE: Nursery Practitioner Baby Room RESPONSIBLE TO: Nursery Manager / Deputy Manager SALARY: £22-25K per Annum (salary reviewed every year) The Organisation We are looking for enthusiastic, creative and passionate people to embark on our journey. Our goal is to provide premium childcare in a safe and stimulating environment where children and staff feel happy, safe, and valued. Our nursery can accommodate up to 51 children divided into 4 small groups according to their age. THE POST Nursery Practitioners are responsible for providing high quality care for the children and organising their daily activities. We are looking for passionate people to join our team. We are looking for both qualified and unqualified people willing to start an apprenticeship that will be fully sponsored by us. The hours of work will be 40 hours per week, between 7.30am – 6.00pm, Monday to Thursday and 7.30am 1.30pm on Friday on a shift rota basis. BENEFITS Competitive salary growing every year Extra ratio (at least to 2 people extra) Annual performance bonus Private coaching for senior member of our team by top coach in the filed Staff wellbeing is at the heart of our priorities; Well-being events, and parties. Private medical insurance Team building, parties and training Lunch and snacks provided Private health insurance Holidays between 33 and 45 days per year Family environment Main Duties & Responsibilities To contribute to the creation of an environment which provides for the well-being of all the children attending the nursery To be involved in team planning of appropriate activities to ensure that the children's developmental needs are met To be responsible for the welfare of a group of children, as directed by senior members of staff To contribute to the observation and assessment of the children's developmental stages, recording this on the relevant documents To work in partnership with parents and carers to encourage open communication and involve
Are you qualified in childcare? If you are passionate about working with children under 2-5 years old please apply. Qts or level 3 & above is acceptable.
Nursery practitioners required for two Bracknell nurseries. Salary ranging from £9.75-12 per hour depending on experience. Start date asap. Different hours available.
3 Nursery practitioners required 2 Full time positions NVQ level 3 Level 3 must have experience as well as qualification Level 2 NVQ - full time All positions are term time only
We are looking for a fun, enthusiastic, level 3 nursery practitioner to join our lovely team at a small registered day nursery in Chiswick. Full time, open 51 wks a year, Monday to Friday.
Happy Todds clubhouse if looking for professional, qualified level 3 staff to join our ready strong team in caring for children and nurturing their day to day need. We provide regular updates for parents about this children daily routine and spend time observing and recording their day to day activities.
Level 3 Nursery Practitioner required to join the team within our Outstanding Setting. We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, qualified and experienced practitioner. Essential: Level 3 Childcare Qualification Knowledge of the EYFS Experience of SEND Safeguarding Paediatric First Aid The role is to work as part of a wider team creating an exciting learning environment for our children. You will have responsibility of a key group of children who you will track and monitor progress. You will assist the management in the smooth running of the nursery. You will be required to attend staff meetings and continue with your CPD.
We are a term time only Nursery and looking for Level 3 practitioner to join our team. The ideal candidate is a professional, competent and caring individual who has strong communication skills and works well with both children and parents. As a team member, you'll be responsible for creating engaging activities that encourage children to develop their motor skills and social capabilities. You will also be tasked with ensuring that all children are developing at an appropriate level and that they're happy in their environment. Candidate should have 2+ years of experience working with children. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent Part-time hours: 35 per week Salary: £9.50-£10.50 per hour
A Nursery Practitioner, or Early Years Practitioner looks after the educational and social development of babies and young children up to the age of five. Their primary duties include providing children with a safe environment to learn, helping them to develop basic social and behavioural skills and engaging them in age-appropriate play activities.
Our preschool is hiring a Nursery Practitioner to join our childcare team. In this role, you will protect the health and wellbeing of the children, build relationships with parents and care professionals, and ensure the children hit their developmental goals. Your duties will include delivering EYFS, keeping records, planning children’s activities, feeding children, and guiding their behaviours. The ideal individual will have a Level 3 qualification, Early Years Professional Status, and experience working with young children. Term time only
Level 3 early years practitioner Term time only position in a small independent home away from home nursery in the sw14 area. Full time position from 8.30am- 3.30pm arrangements can be made to finish earlier. Salary dependant on qualifications and experience starting from £10ph+ Starting immediately
Daisies Day Care is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in our setting. Fun loving Qualified (Level 3) and experienced Early Years Practitioner required. Full time/job share possible. Daisies Day Care are looking for a bright and bubbly NVQ Level 3 (or equivalent) Early Years Practitioner to join our friendly team. Who are we? Daisies Day Care is a small, home from home nursery based in Northfield, Birmingham. We are a 54-place setting situated in a 3-storey, Victorian house in Northfield, the ground floor and first floor is used by the children. We are close to Northfield train station and can be accessed by a number of main bus routes. Daisies is a term time only setting. We also run a Before and After School Club for St Lawrence Infant and Junior Schools for children who have attended the nursery. The Role Term Time Only - working shifts between 7.30am - 6.00pm as required by the Nursery manager. You must have at least 3 years' experience working within the 0-5 age range (ideally with the 3-5 age range). Excellent knowledge of the new EYFS and the ability to plan exciting activities based on the individual needs of the children in your care is a must. You will be responsible, as part of a team, for the all-round care and education of the children within your room. A good team player, with lots of enthusiasm and the ability to laugh at yourself is a big requirement of this role, as is the ability to use your initiative. As well as a supportive management team, benefits include - ongoing CPD opportunities and discounted childcare. All short-listed candidates will be required to complete an application form and provide at least two references prior to interview. The above post is subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, medical check, evidence of qualifications, along with verification of the right to work in the UK. We look forward to hearing from you
Our vacancies are for Qualified level 3 Early years educators, and level 2 nursery practitioners. Full time and part time roles available, Earning up to a salary of £24,000. Rated Ofsted Outstanding nursery Based in Epsom, Surrey KT19 8TF
Are you qualified in childcare? If you are passionate about working with children under 2-5 years old please apply. Qts or level 3 & above is acceptable.
Here at Montessori Nursery in Ealing, we are seeking a Level 2 and Level 3 Qualified Practitioner or Nursery Nurse, working full time(40 hours per week). You will apply your knowledge of early years education best practice to ensure our children have the best start in life. Essential Qualifications & Experience: For qualified role, any recognised childcare level 2 or level 3 qualification as per government guidelines and accompanying experience caring for children under 5 years.
Candidate MUST BE based in UK and have valid working permits form Home Office. To work with two to four years old children in Montessori Room. An opportunity has arisen for a passionate and hard working individual to join one of our Montessori Schools in central London. If you have a real passion for working with children over 2 - 4 years old and a good working knowledge of EYFS curriculum, we want to hear from you. Person Specification: Montessori Diploma preferably some knowledge of EYFS Curriculum Basic Food Hygiene Certificate (Desirable) Paediatric First Aid (Desirable) MUST have valid 2 written references MUST have valid DBS or be willing to do one Some of Practitioner's responsibilities will include: Providing a safe, supportive and caring environment for young children Supporting children at meal times, sleep times and with personal care Working as a Key worker, carrying out regular observations on children and updating their development files Adhering to nursery policy and procedures Working with Montessori and EYFS curriculum planning age appropriate activities Promoting diversity and equal opportunity Develop and maintaining professional working relationships with colleagues, parents and other childcare professionals Attending monthly staff meetings and further training as required Benefits: Training ongoing support and career development Important : Due to the nature of this job, candidates will be subject to UK eligibility checks together with Enhance Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks and references confirmation.
Alpha Steps Nursery is a day nursery for children from 0-5 years. It is registered under the children’s act 1989 with OFSTED in relation to the Nursery Education Grant. The nursery follows the Statutory Framework for The Years Foundation Stage. We aim to provide a safe, caring, stimulating and educational environment for the children in our care as well as providing a service for working and non-working parents. We ensure all children are treated as individuals ensuring to foster a key person’s approach. Whilst promoting learning and development needs of the child. The staff within the nursery work in small teams with the aim of encouraging children to explore and discover new experiences and widen their social and personal skills. Reporting to: Room Leader Responsibility • To ensure Health and Safety in your room • To support a safe and learning environment. • To support safeguarding issues that occur including adhering to the policy • To fulfil the physical, social, emotional and personal needs creative, language and literacy • To be involved in identifying children with special needs • To support all general admin within the room • To practice the inclusion policy is promoted at all times • To be involve in the care of all children with support from other team members and room leader • To be responsible for regular updating of all development profiles for all children in your care, minimum once a fortnight • To ensure plans are made to support strategic projects are completed before children start school Some Main Duties • To integrate the individual needs of the children and make it a safe, stimulating learning and happy environment with awareness of cultural and religious needs • To provide children on a daily basis with a range of activities that will encourage all areas of child development i.e Physical, Emotional, Social, Language Intellectual and Creative and that all staff within your room are aware of the learning aim of the activities.
Honeycomb nursery is looking for an experienced and compassionate Nursery Room Leader to work closely with children and families. The role of the Nursery Room Leader is to oversee the wellbeing of our children. We are looking for an individual who is capable of conducting individual assessments and has excellent communication skills. Responsibilities: Maintain a safe and orderly environment in the room. Be nurturing toward children and families. Come up with creative activities for children. Communicate with practitioners and parents. Prepare children for transitions, such as snack time or naps. Document children's progress. Engage children in educational activities. Make sure the routine runs smoothly. Observe practitioners and guide them throughout the day Maintain children's health records. Level 3 or above is necessary and 1+ years of experience working as a Room Leader Job Types: Full-time, Permanent Salary: £10.50-£11.50 per hour Benefits: Company pension Schedule: 8 hour shift Expected start date: 05/09/2022
We are looking for an enthusiastic motivated early years practitioner to join our committed team. The ideal candidate will hold a full and relevant level 3 qualifiaction in Early Years. We are open Monday to Friday 7:30-18:00 for 51 weeks of the year, closing for Christmas and bank holidays. If you are looking for a job where no one day is the same, and would love to help these early years children learn and develop then we need you.
Looking for a lively passionate individual to join our team to support with children's learning and development. You will work within a team to plan daily activities and carry our observations on children to support their learning and development. Must hold a level 3 or above.