Nursery Nurse Level 2 & Level 3 - Baby Room
Nursery Nurses, Level 2 & Level 3 – Baby Room 3 months to 2 years
All employees work 4 days a week and have a set day off. The hours are 7.30am to 6.00pm over 4 days.
22.5 Days holiday per year.
Reports to: Room Leader\Nursery Manager\Deputy Manager
The role of the Nursery Nurse is to work as part of the team and to provide professional leadership and management to your department. Ensure that all children receive the highest standards of care and education
Childcare and Education
- Promote high standards of quality within the nursery in respect of the environment, resources and experiences offered to children.
- Provide professional and relevant feedback to parents/carers about their child and support practitioners in doing the same.
- Ensure all records of development and learning are fully and accurately maintained by the appropriate staff.
- Ensure appropriate planning is in place to maintain the required standards consulting with the Room Leader/Deputy Manager when necessary.
- Provide leadership and support to apprentices/students to enable them to establish and maintain positive working relationships.
- Help ensure that practice and provision in the nursery meets the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
- Ensure the effective implementation of the nursery key worker procedures and allocate children to key workers appropriately.
- Ensure that children are kept safe follow Safeguarding Procedures.
- Support the development of good practice with regards to special needs and inclusion.
- Support others in delivering, the EYFS in line with current practice and guidelines.
- Ensure children are listened to and you are engaging with them at the children's level.
- Ensuring children have appropriate equipment to explore and the continuous provision is stocked on a monthly i.e. paints, aprons, sand etc. using budgets.
- Ensure Medication, Accidents and Injuries are dealt with and reported to your Room Leader/ Managers
- Creating a smooth transition for all the children within your department. Abide by the transition policy. Ensuring all children are treated individually.
- Demonstrate good practice and role model to your team. Use praise and positive language when dealing with behaviour management.
- Adhere to all health and safety policy and procedures.
- Be fully aware of all emergency and security procedures
- Ensure robust risk assessments are in place before the children come into the room or going into the garden; support your team in being confident and competent in identifying risks.
- Ensure you are signing in and out of the room at all times.
- Ensure you are aware of all health information about the children in your care.
- Adhere to all Company policies and procedures.
- Ensure that the Company’s polices on diversity and equal opportunities are adhered to.
- Undertake any other duties as reasonably requested by line management.
- Assume additional responsibilities as and when required.
- Ensure that you develop and maintain friendly and professional relationships with parents and carers