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Nursery

We work with hundreds of nurseries and Early Years settings to help keep them fully
staffed throughout the year

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Because Nurseries Deserve the Best

If you are looking for nursery nurse jobs, nursery assistant jobs, nursery manager or deputy manager jobs, room leader jobs or play worker jobs, Protocol Education can help.

We work with day nurseries, children's centres and creches to provide them with day-to-day, long-term and permanent Early Years staff.

Our Jobs

Colchester Nursery

Supply Nursery Assistant

Calling all nursery workers!! I am recruiting for a number of Supply Nursery Assistants / Nursery Nurses to work in...

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Enfield Nursery

Nursery Room Manager

Nursery Room Manager Hours: 40hours full time, 7.30-6pm Salary: Dependant on experience Start date: As soon as possible Protocol Education...

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Romford Nursery

Nursery Assistant

Protocol Education are working closely with a day nursery in Romfrd. I am looking to recruit a full OR part...

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Enfield Nursery

Nursery Deputy Manager

Nursery Deputy Manager   Job type: Deputy Nursery Manager Location: Enfield Key Stage: Early Years Foundation Stage Salary: £28,005-£32,000 per...

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Kensington Nursery

Nursery Assistant needed in Kensington

 A Nursery in Kensington are looking for Nursery Assistants to start as soon as possible. You will be required to...

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Loughton Nursery

Nursery Assistant

Protocol Education are working with lovely day nursery located near Loughton who are recruting for a new Nursery Pratitioner to...

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Harlow Nursery

Nursery Assistant

  Protocol Education are working with lovely day nursery located in the centre of Harlow who are recruting for a...

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Nottingham Nursery

Nursery Assistant - £13 per hour

Protocol Education are working closely with a nursery setting in the South Nottingham area. The ideal candidate should be avaialble...

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Nottingham Nursery

Nursery Assistant - £13 per hour

Protocol Education are working closely with a nursery setting in the South Nottingham area. The ideal candidate should be avaialble...

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Bishop's Stortford Nursery

Nursery Practitioner

Protocol Education are working with lovely day nursery on the outskirts of Bishops Stortford who are recruting for a new...

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Brent Nursery

Early Years Practitioner Brent

We are currently recruiting! We are currently looking for an EYP who can work part time, and to start as...

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Aylesbury Nursery

Play Worker

Protocol Education is currently looking for Nursery workers in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire Area, for a mixture of ad-hoc/daily, short term, long...

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