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Vacancy

Nursey Practitoner - Huyton

Role Details

Job Title

Nursey Practitoner - Huyton

Location

Huyton

Job Sector

Nursery Nurse

Job Salary

up to £10 (per hour)

Job Type

Full Time

Term of Work

Permanent

Description

On behalf of our client, we are looking for a Nursery Practitioner to work as part of a team contributing to the delivery of high-quality education services for children and their families. The role will support the Management in the development of a child centred outstanding provision for all their children and their families and work under the instruction of your Head of Room, Leader of Learning, Manager and the owner.

  • Rate of Pay: £10 per hour
  • Times: Between the hours of 8am & 6pm
  • Hours: Maximum 40 hours per week
  • To start: ASAP
  • Location: Huyton

Requirements

  • To fulfil the special carer responsibilities for children within the nursery. Foster children’s self confidence, self esteem and independence, providing emotional security and support where appropriate
  • To ensure the overall well-being of all the children through providing play, learning opportunities. To develop a motivating and stimulating environment that inspires a child's learning ability. Organising learning materials and resources and making imaginative use of resources; assisting with the holistic development of children's abilities. Encouraging learning through experience and play.
  • To share responsibilities with fellow practitioners with the observing, assessing and recording each child's progress in line with the observation and assessment practices. To monitor, observe, reflect and evaluate children’s experiences.
  • To be a positive role model, engaging and playing alongside the children. Contribute to the development of a happy, safe, secure and stimulating environment that promotes the development of confidence, independence and self-esteem for all. Also, to Manage children’s behaviour effectively in line with policy guidelines and developmental stages
  • Interact with children indoors and out, getting down to their level and extend their learning consistently engaging in shared thinking.
  • Offering all children equal opportunities with regard to their religious persuasion, racial origins, gender, disabilities, cultural or linguistic background; to ensure that all activities positively reflect cultural and religious differences and provide for the overall development and care of all children and develop the child’s curiosity and knowledge.

What we offer

  • Paid work with the ongoing support of the management team
  • A family run business with a passion for delivering outstanding care to children in our settings as well as a positive environment for our staff. We have a solid record of working with our staff to ensure continuous improvement and high-quality care within our settings. We care for the children through the care of our staff
  • We offer lots of ongoing training and continued support for your own professional development
  • Equal Opportunities Employer

All applicants must be willing to take an enhanced DBS certificate (or allow us to process one for you) and be registered on the DBS update service. Candidates will be asked to provide a minimum of five years references and successfully pass all safeguarding checks.

If this position isn't quite what you are looking for- we also recruit: Early Years/Nursery Staff, Creche Workers, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, 1:1 SEN/ Learning Support, EBD Learning Support, Support Workers, Residential Childcare Workers, Project Assistants (for homeless community), Housing Officers, Social Workers, Education Welfare Officers, Family Support Workers and Administrators.

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