A little bit about us:
We are a nursery that strives to be outstanding for both children and staff. We have a lovely team of people that work amazing together and have a “One Team” approach.
We are based in a semi-rural area with beautiful surroundings and provide a home-from-home environment for all.
We are looking for someone passionate about learning through play and curiosity approach and knowledge of the Hygge and Curiosity Approach would be beneficial however full training can be given.
Hourly wage of £10 Ph
Main Duties And Responsibilities of Qualified Nursery Practitioner:
- Must be qualified with a relevant Level 3 or above in Early Years Education to be a Qualified Nursery Practitioner.
- Paediatric First Aid Preferable
- Must be experienced in Early Years
- Driving Licence preferable but not essential
- Safeguarding Certificate Preferable
Daily responsibilities of a Qualified Nursery Practitioner:
- To help plan, provide, and participate in play-based activities that stimulate and support children’s learning and development.
- To listen to, encourage, and support children in their play, learning, and development.
- To assist and support children with personal care requirements. This may include changing nappies, assisting with toileting needs, changing clothes and shoes, and helping children at mealtimes.
- To abide by all policies and procedures in place within the setting at all times and be aware of Ofsted requirements.
- To help to ensure the setting is safe by following health and safety procedures and checking equipment is safe to use and age-appropriate.
- To be aware of the settings of Child Protection Policy and the signs and symptoms of child abuse.
- To be aware of emergency procedures and what procedures are to be followed in the event of an accident or incident.
- To be aware of infection control and ensure good hygiene standards.
Duties may vary from day to day.
As the role involves working with children you will be exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions, reprimands, and final warnings (including those which would normally be considered ‘spent’ under the Act) must be declared.
Any offer of employment is conditional upon receipt of an Enhanced Disclosure Check (DBS Form) and approval from Ofsted.