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Full time level 2/3 Nursery Practitioner

Level 2/3 Nursery Practitioner (maternity cover) (16 hours per week)

Nursery Apprentice (30 hours per week, 1 years fixed contract)

The vision at Tiny Steps Day Nursery is to ‘encourage every child to take their own unique next step in life.’ We believe each child has potential and with the encouragement of highly motivated and trained staff children will grow into confident and healthy individuals.

We also believe there are next steps for each of our staff as we encourage them to develop both professionally and personally. Why not consider joining our family friendly team and be a part of shaping a child’s future.

Along with all the benefits of seeing a child grow and develop there are also many benefits on offer for you.

Benefits:

  • On-going training and development
  • Workplace pension
  • Sick pay
  • Income protection which includes the benefit of health and wellbeing telephone support
  • Free uniform
  • Discounted child care + salary sacrifice
  • Annual Awards celebration

The successful Nursery Practitioner will be required to work 8 hours on a Thursday and 8 hours on a Friday each week on an all year round basis until 27th December 2019.

The successful Nursery Apprentice will be between (17 – 24 years of age) and be willing to undertake a level 2 qualification in childcare.

If you are enthusiastic about the potential of working in our fabulous environment you may be the Nursery Practitioner or Nursery Apprentice we are looking for. The closing date for both positions is Friday 22nd March 2019. Please contact the Nursery on 01908 672999 for an application form and job description.

Successful applicants will need to provide ‘right to work in the UK’ documentation, undertake an enhanced DBS and provide satisfactory references prior to commencing employment.

 

Our parents say

  • "Staff are being very helpful and supportive with Finley’s development. It’s my first experience using a Nursery and the care has been fantastic."
    - Susan