Nursery Apprentice

Recruiter
The Treehouse Club
Location
Rawreth, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
13 Sep 2019
Closes
26 Sep 2019
Ref
1258450623
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We are currently recruiting for an apprentice to join our Wickford Nursery. If you love working with children and have always been interested in how children learn then this is the stepping stones to start fantastic career in early education. We are a very busy setting with a large team looking for someone who is jolly and is driven to learn new skills.

Benefits - Full training, staff uniform, free on-site parking, discounted staff childcare.

Working: minimum 30hour week working between hours of 7am to 7pm.

Key Responsibilities

* Help with the daily running of the nursery.

* Be responsible as a Key Worker for a small number of children.

* Plan with other room staff and deliver a range of activities for the children.

* Make sure that all room displays and EYFS Regulations are kept up to date.

* Deliver a high level of indoor and outdoor educational activities.

* Developing our Forest School activities (training to be provided) to expand on our USP of being the only full forest school in Essex.

Safeguarding statement

The Treehouse Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting's Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

Safer recruitment

The Treehouse Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

Eligibility to work within the UK

We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £3.80 to £5.00 /hour

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