We now have an exciting opportunity to join our Nursery team as a Team Leader (Early Years 3-5) on a permanent, full time (37 hours per week) basis.
Support the planning and delivery of the provision which meets/exceeds the requirements of the EYFS Framework.
Ensure that the nursery systems are used appropriately to support the timely tracking of individual progress of learners against the 7 Learning Areas of the EYFS Framework.
Take the role of Designated Safeguarding Person and Designated Safeguarding Officer as required.
Support the embedding and facilitation a robust training matrix for colleagues with a clear focus on the Early Years curriculumThe role of the Nursery Team Leader is to implement a stimulating and varied curriculum offer across all nurseries that meets the individual and diverse needs of children aged 0-2. To support the nursery teams to deliver a curriculum that supports the development of the 7 learning areas as specified by the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.
In order to do this, you will need:
Level 3 qualification in childcare/education (willingness to work towards)
Paediatric first aid
Maths and English Level 2 (or equivalent)
Previous experience in an early years/childcare settingThe Manchester College is an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community. We have also recently been awarded the Investors in Diversity award.
If you feel you could make a difference in this rewarding and growing sector, apply today on (url removed)/vacancies
Applicants must demonstrate in their application their ability to meet the key responsibilities, key result areas and Qualifications/Skills and Experience detailed within the job description.
Salaries are based on skills, qualifications and experience. All salaries are subject to job evaluation.
The closing date for this job advert is 04/11/2020 however sometimes the job advert may close early if we receive a good response!
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