7 days left
- Full Time
Nursery Manager needed in North London, ASAP
Your new nursery
A Nursery based in North London are looking for a temporary to permanent Nursery Manager to start in February.
Your new role
The Nursery Manager will have a key role in planning and monitoring of the nursery and implementing essential policies and procedures. This will require creative thought together with an informed understanding of statutory requirements and best practice for childcare.
-To be responsible for and to oversee the day to day management, staffing, organisation and smooth running of the Nursery
-To develop the ethos of For Under Fives and to create a welcoming and family friendly environment.
To be a member of the management team and to contribute to the strategic planning, monitoring, evaluation and development of the Nursery.
-To be responsible at all times for high standards of care and education of children between 0 to five years in accordance with statutory requirements.
-To ensure the EYFS is promoted and delivered within the setting and the principles adhered to.
-To ensure effective communication between the Day Care staff.
-To order and maintain equipment and resources in the Nursery
-To be accountable and responsible for day to day financial systems directly relating to the Day Nursery provision.
-To be responsible for admissions in line with the admissions policy agreed by the management team at Head Office.
-To keep a register and up to date records of all children using the Day Care provision and to give regular feedback to parents about their child's development and progress.
-To be responsible for organising training and monitoring students in the Day Care provision.
What you'll need to succeed
-Knowledge, understanding and practical experience of Day Care for young children
-Knowledge and practical understanding of child development and parenting
-Knowledge and understanding of legislation and regulations relating to day care for young children and the inspections process for approval of day care settings
-Knowledge and ability to create and implement policies and procedures consistent with legislation, regulations and local requirements
-Able to work independently and to manage own time efficiently
-Experience of managing, supervision and appraisal of staff
-Ability to develop an effective team
-Warm and caring personality - friendly and approachable to families
-Ability to create and implement basic systems for child records and financial records
-Ability to communicate effectively with staff at all levels
-Commitment to the principle that families 'know best' about their own needs
-Commitment to equal opportunities for all children and families
What you'll get in return
-Parking on site
-Auto enrolment into government pension
What you need to do now
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