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Nursery Nurse and Early Years

All types of jobs for all types of people looking to work in Early Years

Jobs in Nurseries and Children's Centres

​There is a huge range of opportunities waiting for people looking to work within early years. Starting a childcare role is the chance to support children as they learn, develop and prepare for school. It’s a job that you can turn into a career and makes a difference in your local community.

Daily Supply and Short-Term Work

Our nursery and early years clients rely on us to find emergency and short term cover when there is illness or unavoidable absence. To minimise disruption they need people who can jump in and make a difference at short notice. So if you are flexible and adaptable short-term supply is definitely for you!

For you, daily supply work is a great option if you want flexibility or need to combine work with other responsibilities, study or outside interests. Ideally, we want people who are typically available for at least 3 days a week, but you can manage your own availability and take the work that suits your lifestyle.

Key Skills to Succeed at Daily Supply

To be a success at daily supply you need:

  • Organisation

  • Flexibility

  • Good behaviour management skills

  • Good listening skills

​Contact Your Local Branch

Long-term Jobs

There is a huge demand for nursery nurses and other early years staff to take on long-term roles. While still temporary in nature (i.e. paid through weekly timesheets), long-term supply involves many of the same responsibilities you would have as a permanent member of staff. Long-term roles can quickly turn into permanent jobs, so if you are looking to enhance your career a long-term job is definitely for you.

Jobs in Nursery

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Who We Recruit

  • Nursery Nurses

  • Nursery Assistants

  • Nursery Practitioners

  • Playworkers

  • Nursery Managers, Deputy Managers & 3rd-in-Charge

  • Room Leaders

  • SENCOs and Nursery SEND staff

Our Clients

Protocol Education can help you find work in the full range of Early Years establishments:

  • Nurseries

  • Children's Centres

  • Play Schemes

  • Holiday Clubs

  • Creches

Get in Touch

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