Early Years Practitioners - Barnet

Location: Barnet

Start date: Immediate

Salary: £21,000 Per Annum


Consultant details:

Amy Watson

0208 037 9731

Awatson@soarrecruitment.co.uk




 



Job description

Early Years Educator


Location: NW4

Hours: 40 per week

Salary: up to £21,000


Our client, a lovely nursery located in NW4 is looking to recruit Nursery Practitioners. They are one of the top day nurseries and Pre-schools in the local area, offering the highest quality of child care in a safe and nurturing environment.

The nursery is looking to appoint Level 2/ 3 Nursery Practitioners to join their dynamic and supportive team on a permanent basis, starting as soon as possible. This is an ideal role for someone who is able to work independently and has the ability to install confidence in all children and parents/carers at the nursery as well as working as part of a fun and experienced team.

The nursery is eager to interview potential and interested Nursery Practitioners as soon as possible.


Benefits:

  • They offer a competitive wage.

  • Company pension.

  • A relaxed and friendly working environment.

  • Training is provided and paid for.

  • Professional development and career development opportunities.

  • Supportive Management team.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety of the children is paramount at all time.

  • Be expected to provide high quality, flexible childcare for families from the local communities and further afield.

  • Be expected to build good working relationships at every level, working in partnership with parents and other staff members.

  • Be approachable, friendly and able to communicate effectively at all times.

Requirements:

  • NNEB, CACHE Level 2/3 or NVQ Level 2/3 qualification.

  • A good understanding and knowledge of the EYFS.

  • Knowledge and understanding of equal opportunities.

  • Be responsible, patient, approachable and caring.

  • Have an interest in child development and a passion for childcare.

  • Good communication skills.

  • Enjoy working with kids.

  • Work well in a team as well as independently.

  • Ability to observe, assess and report the child’s behaviour.

  • Have a willingness to continue with training and continuous professional development.

  • Be able to delegate roles and responsibilities to other staff, be well organised and ensure the role play area is fun and creative at all times.


Soar Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and an enhanced DBS will be required.

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