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Nursery Nurse

Supreme Recruitment
Closing date
2 Mar 2021

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We are currently recruiting for Qualified Nursery Nurse for an outstanding nursery in the East London area.

You will be working with a very caring and passionate team of Nursery staff that encourage and support one another, and really pride themselves on being a friendly and welcoming place of work.

This is a full-time role and you will work between 7:30 am and 6:30 pm

Qualifications & skills required.

Either an NVQ Level 1, 2 or 3 or Equivalent in Childcare and Education or have at least one years' experience working as a Nursery Nurse within an Early Years setting.
Knowledge of the EYFS Curriculum
A strong understanding of child development
A passion for working with the under-fives
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
The ability to use your own initiative
An understanding of all nursery duties

Your role would include:
  • Helping to oversee, maintain and organise a clean, tidy, child-friendly environment
  • Supervise activities, such as messy play, crafts, cooking, reading, and outdoor/physical pursuits
  • Organise other staff to do activities with children
  • Safeguard children at all times
  • Cater for children with additional needs in an appropriate manner
  • Encourage independent learning on a daily basis
  • Feeding suitable meals, snacks and drinks
  • Changing nappies or helping with potty/toilet training
  • Teaching general life skills, such as basic hygiene and manners
  • Working with any health and social care professionals, where necessary, and undertaking any relevant admin/paperwork
  • Ensure regular communication and interaction with parents to update them on their child's progress.
  • Take responsibility for a planned programme of activities for the children, following relevant curriculum guidelines.
  • Assist children in gaining independence with in the class playground environment.
  • To undertake, with other team members, the general care and maintenance of materials and equipment within a team
  • To undertake duties as directed by teaching staff or head of rooms.
  • Supporting workers in community settings;
  • Making and maintaining learning materials and resources.
  • Child observations and record keeping.

Apply now to avoid disappointment.
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