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Deputy Nursery Manager- Addlestone, Surrey

Location: Addlestone, Surrey

Start date: Immediate

Salary: Up to £33,930 per annum

Consultant details:


0203 100 1770


Role: Deputy Nursery Manager

Salary: up to £33,930,000 per annum

Type: Full time

This role would suit anybody who has experience as a Deputy Nursery Manager or Third in Charge with Management experience.


  • Full and Relevant Level 3 Qualification in Early Years Education

  • Minimum 1 years' Team Leadership/Management experience

  • Minimum 3 years' Nursery experience

  • Excellent working knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage and current Ofsted statutory guidance.

  • Knowledge and proven practical experience of implementing good quality learning opportunities.

  • Knowledge of and commitment to: child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and SEN/Inclusion

  • Experience of working as a key worker for a group of children and their families

  • Ability to observe, assess and report on children's behaviour


  • Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications

  • Opportunities for professional development and training

  • A supportive work environment with a friendly team

  • Company Pension scheme


  • To provide safe, high-quality education and care for children attending the nursery.

  • To fulfil legal and statutory requirements and to supervise staff on a day-to-day basis.

  • To contribute to and implement Nursery policies.

  • Effective team leadership - the ability to lead a team, manage effectively and efficiently, uphold positive working relationships and be an effective mentor.

  • To manage the provision of the nursery ensuring that children, parents and the staff team work together to provide high-quality childcare.

  • To be responsible for the management of day-to-day financial operations within the nursery, by meeting financial targets and managing the occupancy ensuring maximum capacity.

  • To agree and set nursery goals and monitor the achievement of progress against targets.

  • To monitor and assess the quality of provision ensuring that policies and procedures, best practices and standards are maintained.

  • Create a safe and nurturing environment for children to learn and grow.

  • Collaborate with parents and other staff members to support children's individual needs.

  • Follow health and safety guidelines to ensure the well-being of all children

If you are passionate about working with children and making a positive impact on their lives, we would love to hear from you.

About the Nurseries:

If you are positive and energetic and are looking for a new setting where you will be loved by the staff as well as children, apply today! Come and join the our client's nursery family in our beautiful, well-established Nursery Schools in South West London.


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