Part-time Early Years Practitioner

Sunrise Nursery are looking to recruit experienced and enthusiastic level 3 qualified Early Years Practitioner to join their team. The ideal candidate will have a genuine passion for working with children, as well as holding strong communication skills to liaise with children, parents and other staff members specifically when discussing a child's day or development. It is vital that you have strong knowledge of the current EYFS framework and are aware of the developmental milestones of the children. You need to be able to use their initiative when working within the nursery team.

The role will initially be for someone to work on a part time basis for the Summer Term but with a view to becoming part of the established team. Ideally you will be NVQ level 3 qualified or level 2 working toward level 3. Current DBS is essential and it will be necessary to carry out a further DBS for the Nursery.

Hours of work will be between 8.30 — 15.30 depending on the sessions you are required to work.

Salary will be between £7.50 - £7.90 per hour.

Please forward your CV’s to Elaine Elphinstone or telephone 01245 444909.

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