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Nursery Manager

Employer
REED
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Apr 2021

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

We are looking for a Cache Level 3 Qualified Childcare Nursery Manager to join a vibrant and friendly Day Nursery in East London.

Nursery offer a safe, stimulating, age appropriate and spacious environment for the children to feel engaged and supported. The nursery has an excellent indoor and outdoor facilities offering the children a place they can learn and thrive.

This role is offered on a 40 hours per week, 51 weeks a year basis. Salary is up to £42,000 (doe & qualifications)

Ideal Candidate Will:

• Hold a relevant level 3 childcare qualification

• Have 5 years childcare experience

• Have 3 years experience working in a nursery setting

• Have 2 year managerial experience within a nursery setting

• Have experience within a childcare setting

• Be enthusiastic, fun, creative and a good role model

• Have real passion, motivation and drive for working with and educating children

• Have a good level of understanding of the EYFS and Safeguarding policies/procedures

• Have a commitment to self-development and be prepared and motivated to keep knowledge and skills updated

• Believe in promoting and building strong parent partnerships to provide cohesive learning for the children

The Role requires that you ensure:

· The highest standards are maintained when providing care, implementing safeguarding practices and following nursery policies/procedures

· EYFS/SEND standards are promoted, implemented and applied to your work

· The responsibility (alongside management) of health, safety, security and wellbeing of children, staff and visitors is upheld

· Participation in the key persons system being responsible for a group of children including monitoring, assessment, up to date recording and reporting on their development and progress

· Children's emotional and social needs are met implementing the principles and techniques for positive behaviour management

· A supported and smooth settling in/transition period for children as required

· The promotion of good personal and food hygiene with the children whilst encouraging independence

· Professionalism, effective team work, high quality practice, flexibility and the promotion of equality and diversity

· Activities provided are planned appropriately and are specific to a child's/group's abilities, interests, language and cultural background supporting the individual's development through learning and play.

If you are interested apply below with a copy of your CV.
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