Salary: £17,922 - £19,291 p.a. (£9.17 - £9.87 per hour) pro rata
Location: Based at Bath Opportunity Pre-School
Employer: First Steps (Bath)
Closing date: 12 o’clock Wednesday 13th June 2018
Interview: Thursday 21st June 2018
If you’re a motivated and experienced qualified Nursery Practitioner, with a passion for Early Years, we would love to hear from you!
First Steps (Bath) is a charity and social enterprise, we are relentless in our mission to raise aspirations for children, families and communities through our Early Years Centres. We are passionate about our staff, we believe they are key to enabling children to develop, learn in a safe environment and to build a positive relationship with parents.
We have a vacancy for Senior Nursery Practitioner in our Bath Opportunity Pre-School Education Setting (NVQ level 3 in early years and childcare or equivalent). As a member of the Early Years team you will play a full part in the planning, organising and delivery of activities and creating learning experiences designed to improve outcomes for pre-school children. To take on leadership responsibilities in the absence of a Room Leader. You will work in partnership with parents, carers and partner organisations.
We offer many staff benefits which include a pension scheme with employer/employee matched contributions of 5%. A list of staff benefits is displayed on our web site on the jobs and opportunities page.
These posts are subject to enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check (DBS) checks.
If you are passionate about inclusion and increasing opportunities for children then please apply. An application pack including job description is available by contacting reception on the number below, or by visiting our website www.firststepsbath.org.uk and go to the ‘jobs & opportunities’ section.
For an informal discussion about the post after receiving the pack, please contact:
Roz Lambert, Chief Executive, Twerton, 01225 444791 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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