|Job Title:||Nursery Practitioner|
|Salary:||£18,000 - £19,000|
|Reference:||LC - 568|
|Contact Name:||Lisa Curtis|
|Job Published:||February 24, 2020 09:44|
A fantastic new opportunity has arisen within a Nursery located in Queens Park with great transport links from Brondesbury Park, Queens Park and Kilburn Station. The Nursery was purposefully converted to the highest possible standard for the children’s needs.
The nursery is currently looking for an experienced Level 3 Nursery Nurse, 40 hours a week, with a salary of £18,000 - £19,000 depending on experience. The nursery caters for 45 children aged 12 months - 5 years from 08:30 – 17:30, 47 weeks of the year. Your role will include ensuring the safety and well-being of each and every individual child whilst helping them to achieve the best they can in all areas of their development.
The setting has three age appropriate rooms all designed to stimulate and engage children in all their interests. The nursery follows the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, providing a wide variety of fun educational activities carried out daily to help develop all aspects of the children’s development.
- Continuous professional development
- Great transport links
All candidates must have:
- An NVQ Level 3 in Childcare and Education or equivalent
- At least 1 years relevant experience working within an Early Years setting
- Experience as a Nursery Nurse
- Experience working with children aged 0 months – 5 Years
- Excellent knowledge and understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum
- Great communication skills
If you feel you would like to be considered for the above position, get in contact today! Either send your CV to email@example.com or call us on 0208 686 0100. We have a 24 hour on call facility should you wish to speak outside of your working hours.
** This position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Certificate and Early Years references **
**StaffBank is an Equal Opportunities Employer **
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