Deputy Nursery Manager & SENCO

Recruiter
Recruitment Avenue Childcare & Education
Location
East London, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
23 Jul 2019
Closes
04 Sep 2019
Ref
1215916377
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Nursery Deputy Manager & Room Leader E London

Deputy Manager £25,000 - £27,000 a year SENCO qualification is desirable

Room Leader £20,000 - £25,000 a year

Description

This is an exciting position for an enthusiastic, energetic and motivational Nursery Deputy Manager & Room Leader. This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to lead a happy nursery in the East region of London, where we focus on encouraging children to be children, learning through fun and engaging play. You will be working with a dedicated team in a caring, family-friendly, characterful and stimulating environment which is inviting to children, parents and staff.

As early years professional you will benefit from brand management training and a programme of continuous professional development supported by our head office quality and improvement team.

They pay 'above average' wages, and have a fantastic benefits including a full 1 hr lunch break off the floor, a staff room, Close to a local park for some fresh air in your breaks!

Come and join us!

Job Type / Category

Hours: 40 hours/ wk, Monday - Friday, on a rota basis (7.30-18.30)

Salary: £20,000-27,000/ annum dependent on experience

Job Purpose:

The Nursery Deputy Manager and Room Leader works closely with the Manager and may have responsibility as a Room Leader whilst also being expected to take responsibility for every day management responsibilities in the absence of the Manager. The role requires the confidence to make decisions considering the reputation and financial aspects of the business whilst balancing a high degree of sensitivity to the needs of children and families.

Skills/Qualifications:
  • A full and relevant level 3 childcare qualification
  • Paediatric level 3 in first aid
  • Minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience
  • 2 years experience in a similar role
  • Safeguarding training

JOB DUTIES
  • To operate alongside the direction of the Manager, deputising as required.
  • Adhere to policies and procedures implemented by our nursery. Franchise, ensuring relevant legislation is met.
  • Maintain and promote ur brand.
  • Having key holder responsibility, ensuring security is maintained at all times, including the opening up and the closing of the nursery at the end of the day.
  • Deal with complaints (verbal/written), recording and responding within the set time frame and reporting to governing bodies and Head Office where warranted.
  • Assist with Head Office Quality Improvement Visits and Inspections and support staff and Manager to action all recommendations within the agreed time scale.
  • Ensure ratios are in line with policy and staff rotas are financially astute.
  • Responsible for admissions in line with the admissions procedure accurately updating the nursery management software system as necessary.
  • Ensure daily registers and records of children in attendance are accurate.
  • Oversee roles and responsibilities as required by legislative requirements andliaise with external agencies.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Type / Category

Hours: 40 hours/ wk, Monday - Friday, on a rota basis (7.30-18.30)

Salary: £25,000-33,000/ annum dependent on experience

Job Purpose:

The Nursery Deputy Manager works closely with the Manager and may have responsibility as a Room Leader whilst also being expected to take responsibility for every day management responsibilities in the absence of the Manager. The role requires the confidence to make decisions considering the reputation and financial aspects of the business whilst balancing a high degree of sensitivity to the needs of children and families.

Skills/Qualifications:
  • A full and relevant level 3 childcare qualification
  • Paediatric level 3 in first aid
  • Minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience
  • 2 years experience in a similar role
  • Safeguarding training

JOB DUTIES
  • To operate alongside the direction of the Manager, deputising as required.
  • Adhere to policies and procedures implemented by our nursery. Franchise, ensuring relevant legislation is met.
  • Maintain and promote ur brand.
  • Having key holder responsibility, ensuring security is maintained at all times, including the opening up and the closing of the nursery at the end of the day.
  • Deal with complaints (verbal/written), recording and responding within the set time frame and reporting to governing bodies and Head Office where warranted.
  • Assist with Head Office Quality Improvement Visits and Inspections and support staff and Manager to action all recommendations within the agreed time scale.
  • Ensure ratios are in line with policy and staff rotas are financially astute.
  • Responsible for admissions in line with the admissions procedure accurately updating the nursery management software system as necessary.
  • Ensure daily registers and records of children in attendance are accurate.
  • Oversee roles and responsibilities as required by legislative requirements andliaise with external agencies.

Job Type: Full-time

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