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Qualified Nursery / Early Years Practitioner

  • Location: Bristol City Council
  • Start date: 01 Apr 2016
  • Category: Primary, Secondary, Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10750732
  • Branch: Bristol Primary
  • Consultant: Sean Holway
  • Call: 0117 945 3960
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
Are you a qualified Nursery Nurse looking for a new and varied role?

Protocol Education work in partnership with a range of nurseries in the Bristol area. This role is within a particular nursery located in central Bristol and seeking to employee a practitioner on a part time basis. This is an excellent opportunity as the nursery is flexible in which days they require this additional member of staff.

The practitioner would be solely responsible for 10 key children within a 3-4 year old room, therefore the successful candidate would need great knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS). In addition have the ability to provide young children with activities which would help to promote their development in a range of areas such as emotional, social and physical.

It is a large nursery which requires the suitable member of staff to be flexible and able to adapt under pressure as you may be required to work with a different age range on a weekly basis. So having experience with babies through to 5 year olds would be another necessity for this role.

Requirements for this specific role are:

DBS on the Update Service

2 references within the last 3 years (one most recent, one from an education setting)

Be an excellent, passionate practitioner who is committed to promoting the welfare of children

To hold recognised childcare qualification at a Level 3 minimum (or equivalent)

Benefits of working with Protocol Education:

Competitive rate of pay

The choice between PAYE and Key Portfolio

Continuing professional development (CPD) training schemes including safe guarding and first aid

Bonus ‘refer a friend’ payment scheme

Ongoing honest, friendly support from our recruitment specialists who maintain 21 years of educational experience.

We ensure that all staff members are placed into educational settings which fit their personality, experience and requirements.

When working with Protocol Education we ensure that you are supported by our honest, friendly consultants. For further information about Protocol Education visit our website www.protocol-education.com. For any more information or to apply for this position please contact Rachel Holden on 0117 945 3960 or email rholden@protocol-education.com
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