Qualified Nursery Practitioner

13 Sep 2019
25 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
This home-from-home nursery based in City of London has an environment for children under 2 years. They are a forward thinking company who are trying something new in regards to the childcare and the coworking sector. Their set up allows them to have excellent relationships with the parents and children and support them on their learning journey.

They are now looking to recruit an experienced nursery practitioner to join their amazing team.

The offer:
  • Competitive salary up to £21,000 depending on experience and qualifications
  • Opportunity to be a part of their growing brand and be part of the ongoing development
  • Generous holiday
  • Opportunity for further training and CPD
  • Childcare discount
  • Opportunity to use and be a part of their coworking space and community including events

About You:
  • Experience in looking after children under 2 years old
  • Understanding and ability to carry out children's care routines and needs
  • Able to take initiative
  • Be used to working in a fast-paced environment
  • Be a team player
  • Have some experience of using an online nursery software or have a level of competence with regards to technology
  • Have a competent understanding of the EYFS and what is involved in being part of a nursery team
  • Experience of being a key person including writing assessments, observations and liaising with parents
  • Confident to communicate and work with parents daily
  • Passionate about the early years sector
  • Be forward thinking in regards to early years practice
  • Have a valid and recognised Level 3 or above qualification in Early Years

About the job:
  • Be able to participate in day to day activities of the setting
  • Being able to support children in their individual routines such as meals, nappies, sleep and outings
  • Contribute to room planning for all children
  • Plan and deliver specific activities for key children
  • Contribute to purposeful play and know how to extend activities
  • Carry out regular assessments and observations with key children
  • Liaise with parents at drop off and pick up
  • Be able to record children's routine
  • Be able to capture learning moments and record these using an online software

FABREC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, candidates and volunteers to share this commitment. The background checks and an enhanced DBS will be required.

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