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Full time Permanent role - Deputy Holiday club Manager - Blackburn

Closing date
22 May 2022

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Full Time
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Calling all early years practitioners - We have a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic individual who wants to take a leap of fun to join us as Deputy Manager at our before, after school and holiday club setting.The successful candidate will play a pivotal role as part of the senior management team in running the setting and working with children aged 4 - 12 years.

This new role is a full-time permanent position covering 5 days per week (40 hours). This role is starting June 2022.

Duties will include but not limited:To deputise for the Lodge Manager in the event of holidays or sickness.Working alongside the Lodge Manager, to be responsible for the day to day management, staffing, organisation and smooth running of the setting.To uphold the ethos of the Lodge and to create a welcoming and family friendly environment.To be responsible at all times for high standards of care and education of children between 0 to 12 years in accordance with statutory requirements.To ensure the EYFS is promoted and delivered within the setting and the principles adhered to.To order and maintain equipment and resources in the setting in conjunction with the Company Director.To ensuring confidentiality is maintained in the setting.To the care and supervision of the children with regard to their physical, emotional and intellectual needs.To ensuring effective staff recruitment, together with the supervision of staff and students, conducting regular staff assessments, recognising training needs, monitoring training and developing teamwork.To implement an effective liaison programme with the parents and staff to ensure that developmental progress is communicated effectively.To work within all Policies and Procedures, risk assessments and guidelines as laid down by the Company and statutory requirements.To supervision of the planning and preparation of activities to develop all aspects of the child's individual development in a stimulating atmosphere.To ensuring developmental records and observations are kept.To ensuring staff carry out the preparation, care, cleanliness and maintenance of the Lodge's playrooms, kitchen and internal and external equipment.To maintaining staff ratios and ensuring staff are deployed effectively to carry out such duties as laundry, cleaning and supervision of meals.Ensuring the monitoring of accidents, incidents and risk assessment records.Assisting in the planning and arrangement of regular parents' evenings, publicity, open weekends and children's outings etc.Offering all children equal opportunities with regard to their religious persuasion, racial origins, gender, disabilities, cultural or linguistic background; in particular, challenging situations where racism or discrimination is displayed.To actively take responsibility for any changes imposed by Ofsted and other associated authorities with regard to inspection updates.To actively take responsibility for any changes to safeguarding requirements.To actively take responsibility for any changes to the Early Years curriculum imposed by the Department of Education and other associated authorities.To maintain a valid driver's license.

Reed Education are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students and we expect all applicants to share this commitment. All appointments will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a Children's barred list check and satisfactory referencing.
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