Nursery Nurse (Level 3 qualified) One year fixed term contract to cover maternity leave to 30 June 2020
Location: South Leeds
Salary: £8.73 per hour
Hours: 40 per week (Term Time Only)
An opportunity has arisen to join Flowerpots Day Nursery as a Nursery Nurse and work within a dynamic staff team supporting children aged 2-5 years of age.
Reporting to the Nursery Manager you will have a relevant Level 3 Childcare Qualification and a minimum of 2 year experience in a day nursery as a Nursery Nurse.
You will have proven experience of working within the EYFS Framework, be able to prepare and supervise a programme of activities suitable to the children’s age range, work as a key person and liaise with parents/carers, and senior staff, keep proper records of children’s achievements and ensure that children are kept safe and that you understand and follow Safeguarding Procedures.
For informal queries and information regarding the post contact the Nursery Manager Tracy Clegg on 0113 270 8316 between 9.30am and 3.30pm Monday – Friday or visit the Flowerpots Day Nursery website and Facebook Page .
Application form and further information can be obtained from the links below or by emailing email@example.com or telephone 0113 276 0616
Please note that wherever possible application packs will be emailed and we request that completed application forms and accompanying documents are emailed back as soon as possible.
Any appointment is subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS check the cost of which will be met by Flowerpots Day Nursery. We will also register the successful applicant on the DBS update service and pay the annual charge for the length of their employment with Flowerpots.
Location: West Yorkshire
Actual Salary: circa £22,000 FTE
Hours: Minimum 20 hours (with option for regular additional hours)
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