Nursery Practitioner

Recruiter
NESCOT
Location
Epsom [Surrey]
Salary
£25,000 Per Year, (Salary including market supplement is dependent on skills, qualifications and experience)
Posted
16 Jan 2023 13:24
Closes
29 Jan 2023 23:59
Reference
0300
Sector
Further Education
Job Level
Worker / Practitioner
Specialism
Childcare / Early Years
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time, Part Time
Organisational Type
Specialist College

Nursery Practitioner

Nursery Practitioner

Full time and Part time

Up to £25,000 -for full time, fully qualified

For full time staff, we are offering a Welcome Bonus of £500* for Level 3 or above qualified and £250* for Level 2 qualified (pro rata for part time staff*T&C's apply).

(Total salary including market supplement is dependent on skills, qualifications and experience)

 

Nestots is the College’s successful onsite, newly refurbished 90 place Nursery based in Epsom, which provides childcare for babies and children up to five years olds. We require Nursery Practitioners with a range of experience, preferably qualified with NVQ Level 2 or 3 in Early Years or equivalent. A Nursery Practitioner with experience of working with children between 3 months to 5 years is desirable. We will also consider candidates with no experience if suitable.

Nursery Practitioners benefit from all the facilities of a college campus including:

  • A choice of catering facilities including a discounted Starbucks on-site
  • Free parking
  • 5-minute walk from Ewell East station
  • Discounted membership/prices for: gym, osteopathy, hairdressers and Nestots childcare
  • Free uniform and free hot lunchtime meals.

We work closely with the college and can offer good training and qualification opportunities to help further your career.

Hours available are between 7.45 am – 4.30pm or 9.15 am – 6.00 pm Monday – Friday, all year round, particularly 3-5 days full days a week.

Nursery Practitioner - Duties and Tasks:

  • Create a warm loving secure environment and maintain a stimulating and attractive learning environment for the children.
  • Plan a programme of activities following the guidelines.
  • Assist with the care, maintenance and security
  • Observe each child’s progress and record their achievements.
  • Liaise with parents
  • Maintain high levels of supervision at all times
  • To produce termly reports about the children and discuss with the parents.
  • To produce a Learning Journey for each child and ensure this is kept up to date.

This role is employed through Nescot Enterprises Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nescot which operates different terms and conditions.

Interviews will be held as and when candidates apply