Nursery Manager- Yardley

Nursery Manager

  • Full time role- 40 hours, Monday – Friday
  • Salary £22,215 – £26,000 based on experience
  • Based in Yardley
  • Part of a growing group of day nurseries and pre schools within the area

Role of the Nursery Manager(Overview of the Position)

  • To be the responsible person for a busy day nursery

Responsibilities of the Nursery Manager (Tasks Associated with the Role)

  • Manage and motivate a team of wonderful nursery nurses and apprentices
  • Focus around strong relationships with parents, nursery network and team
  • Managing the day to day running of the day nursery
  • Implementing and monitoring outstanding practice within the nursery

Results for the Nursery Manager (Expected Accomplishments)

  • Achieving positive outcomes for the nursery, the staff and the families associated

Requirements for the Nursery Manager role(Expected Proficiencies)

Qualifications

  • Minimum level 3 or higher childcare qualification
  • GCSE’s Maths and English or functional skills equivalent subject to your qualifications

Skills

  • Leadership
  • Knowledge of EYFS / EIF / Development Matters

Experience 

  • Desirable: previous nursery manager role experience or deputy manager
  • Managing a team of staff
  • Dealing with Oftsed
  • Dealing with outside organisations and safeguarding bodies
  • Understanding of nursery policies, procedures and safer recruitment

 Safer Recruitment Statement for the Successful Nursery Manager

All positions recruited by Green Bee Recruitment are subject to an enhanced DBS check, 2 satisfactory references which will include your most recent employer. Right to work in the UK, qualifications and any other checks.

Deputy Nursery Manager- Dudley

We’re Hiring! Join The Team At Early Steps Nursery Gornalwood

Could you be our next Childcare Superstar?

We’re currently looking a dedicated Deputy Nursery Manager who will work closely with the Nursery Manager and have responsibility for the delivery of high-quality childcare and education to children who attend our nursery.

Overview of the Deputy Nursery Manager

  • Based in a private day nursery in Gornalwood, Dudley DY3, 0 – 12 provision
  • FT, minimum 35 hours- a variety of hours offered between Mon – Fri 7.15am – 6.00pm ( up to 40 hours a week)
  • Contract states availability 7am – 7pm for staff training, staff shortages etc.
  • Previous experience as a deputy nursery manager desirable
  • Salary £10.50 – £10.95 dependant on experience.

Requirement of the Deputy Nursery Manager

  • Level 3 or above qualification in early years & childcare (or equivalent)
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills.
  • Warm and caring personality – friendly and approachable to families.
  • An excellent knowledge of child development and a commitment to equal opportunities for all children and families.
  • Confidence in making day-to-day decisions thoughtfully and with a high degree of sensitivity to the needs of children and families
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety regulations, particularly those applying to childcare.
  • Experience desired in a similar role

Benefits to working for this nursery as an Deputy Nursery Manager

  • Discount off own childcare
  • Professional development support
  • The nursery works with the Curiosity Approach and In The Moment Planning
  • Great working environment

Safeguarding Statement for the successful Deputy Nursery Manager
All positions at us, are subject to DBS clearance, two satisfactory references, right to work, qualifications checks, and any other relevant check

Childcare Practitioner- Smethwick

Childcare Practitioner

Awesomeness is a must

About the Childcare Practitioner role

  • Based in a pre-school – pack away setting
  • 30 hours a week, 8am till 4pm, term time only
  • Salary – meets NMW
  • Initial 6 month contract with a view to permanent
  • Role of the awesome Childcare Assistant

To provide care and learning opportunities for children aged 2 – 4 years. To understand what children’s interests are and enhance that into their learning. To bring happiness laughter and good times into every child’s life.

Responsibilities for the Childcare Practitioner

  • Support a small group of key children, taking responsibility for the activities, the observations, planning and assessments
  • Working with the EYFS framework
  • Work within a team, supporting each other and taking instruction from leaders and managers
  • Be a positive role model to young children
  • Liaise with any outside agencies to support children’s development (if required)
  • Record and report any safeguarding concerns that may arise
  • Complete daily dairies and any other relevant paperwork such as accident and incident sheets

Requirements for the Childcare Practitioner

  • Level 2 or Level 3 childcare qualification (full and relevant)
  • Sound knowledge of what safeguarding is and your role within safeguarding
  • Sound knowledge of the EYFS
  • Have a good standard of grammar, punctuation and report writing

Safeguarding statement for the Childcare Practitioner

All positions recruited are subject to a enhanced DBS check, two satisfactory references, right to work, qualification and any other relevant checks.

Supply Nursery Nurse – B’ham

We are looking for qualified Early Years Practitioner who is dedicated and shares a passion for working with children. The successful candidate would hold a minimum level 2 in childcare, have knowledge of the EYFS and safeguarding and knows how to implement these policies while on duty.

About the Early Years Practitioner Role

· Supply work in day Nursery settings in Birmingham & surrounding areas.

· Work will vary from advance shifts to calls on the day

· Deliver the EYFS making sure all needs of children are met to the highest standard

· Communicate with parents and carers to meet the needs of children

· Responsible for carrying out planned activities

· Responsible for the children’s learning and development and complete observations

· Spending time reading to children, telling stories or listening to them

· Providing comfort and reassurance if children are ill or upset.

· As a nursery nurse, you would be responsible for the wellbeing of children, so you’ll be required to monitor them closely and report any issues that are a concern.

· Salary: £6.83 – £9.50 per hour

The Ideal Early Years Practitioner:

· Must hold a minimum level 2 qualification in childcare

· Have good safeguarding knowledge

· An understanding of the EYFS

· Is passionate for working with children

· Enthusiastic

· Reliable

· A caring, patient nature

· Has initiative

· Listens to instructions well

· A positive role model for young children aged 0-5

· Friendly, easy to get along with personality

· A great sense of responsibility

Safeguarding statement for the successful Early Years Practitioner

All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS check, 2 satisfactory references and right to work proof in order to progress with your application

SEN Childcare Practitioner- Sandwell & Dudley

SEN Nursery Nurse

EXCELLENT RATES OF PAY ON OFFER! WE PAY HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL LIVING WAGE

Are you a qualified level 2 Childcare Assistant with experience working with SEN children?

Are you looking for a permanent role in a day nursery setting where working with SEN is part of the job role?

Do you consider yourself to be a patient and caring person, who is passionate about wanting the best for young children and their development?

About the SEN Nursery Nurse position

  • Based in Gornalwood, Dudley
  • Private day nursery setting with children aged 0-5 years
  • Monday & Friday 830 till 5 Until July 2022
  • Extra work at this setting or other local settings can be offered to you if required
  • Working with an SEN Child
  • Must have experience working with the EYFS framework, completing learning journals and being responsible for key children
  • Must have enthusiasm and initiative to work in this role

Requirements for the SEN Nursery Nurse post (only apply if)

  • You hold a full and relevant level 2 qualification in childcare
  • You have experience and a passion for working with SEN children
  • Have knowledge of EYFS
  • Have excellent safeguarding knowledge
  • SEN Experience desirable

Safeguarding Statement for the successful SEN Nursery Nurse candidate

All positions at Green Bee Recruitment are subject to DBS clearance, two satisfactory references, right to work and qualifications checks

SUPPLY Nursery Nurse- Sandwell & Dudley

We are looking for qualified Early Years Practitioner who is dedicated and shares a passion for working with children. The successful candidate would hold a minimum level 2 in childcare, have knowledge of the EYFS and safeguarding and knows how to implement these policies while on duty.

About the Early Years Practitioner Role

· Supply work in day Nursery settings in Sandwell, Dudley & surrounding areas.

· Work will vary from advance shifts to calls on the day

· Deliver the EYFS making sure all needs of children are met to the highest standard

· Communicate with parents and carers to meet the needs of children

· Responsible for carrying out planned activities

· Responsible for the children’s learning and development and complete observations

· Spending time reading to children, telling stories or listening to them

· Providing comfort and reassurance if children are ill or upset.

· As a nursery nurse, you would be responsible for the wellbeing of children, so you’ll be required to monitor them closely and report any issues that are a concern.

· Salary: £6.83 – £9.50 per hour

The Ideal Early Years Practitioner:

· Must hold a minimum level 2 qualification in childcare

· Have good safeguarding knowledge

· An understanding of the EYFS

· Is passionate for working with children

· Enthusiastic

· Reliable

· A caring, patient nature

· Has initiative

· Listens to instructions well

· A positive role model for young children aged 0-5

· Friendly, easy to get along with personality

· A great sense of responsibility

Safeguarding statement for the successful Early Years Practitioner

All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS check, 2 satisfactory references and right to work proof in order to progress with your application

Nursery Nurse- Gloucester

Nursery Nurse

We are recruiting for a Level 3 Nursery Nurse to working in a fantastic Nursery in Gloucester.

Awesomeness is a must! Are you awesome?

This job will most certainly be perfect for you if you’re passionate for working with young children, love to smile and laugh, happy to get messy and most importantly enjoy a bit of singing and dancing to some of the best nursery rhymes being played right now!

About the Nursery Nurse position

  • Permanent position in a day nursery
  • The nursery offers 76 Child places split between six base rooms/
  • Full time work- shift patterns between 7.00am and 6.30pm, Monday – Friday, variation of early and lates
  • Level 3 qualification a must- full and relevant to Childcare
  • Safeguarding knowledge must be superb
  • Desirable: good knowledge of the EYFS, or a willingness to be taught and guided
  • Previous experience working with children in a similar role
  • You will be responsible for working with a group of key children; planning, observations, next steps, learning journals, baseline and progress reports
  • Working in a team environment
  • Be committed to parent partnership events and going the extra mile to enhance the day nurseries fantastic reputation with its parents and new prospects
  • Using initiative, showing your passion for working with young children and having a positive attitude are also requirements to this job
  • Salary- £9.10 per hour

Responsibilities for the Nursery Nurse

  • Provide high standards of quality within the nursery including the environment, resources and experiences offered to children.
  • Observe, support and extend children’s learning through planning appropriately for children using the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum for guidance
  • Maintain accurate and effective children’s records
  • Work in partnership with parents/carers and other family members
  • Demonstrate good practice with regard to special needs and inclusion.
  • Work with the Childcare and Education team to continuously improve quality of childcare and education.
  • Ensure that children are kept safe and that staff understand, and when necessary, follow, Safeguarding Procedures.
  • Ensure that the nutritional needs of the children are met and that Food Safety Regulations are complied with.
  • Work with area SENCOs, EYFS advisors, health professionals and local Sure Start programmes as appropriate.
  • Comply with the Statutory Framework for the EYFS.
  • Develop and maintain highly professional working relationships with advisory teachers, schools, area SENCOs and other agencies that may visit the setting
  • Learn about current developments in childcare and education policy and practice.
  • Be a Key Person, carrying out all related responsibilities in building relationships with a small group of children and their families.

Requirements for the Nursery Nurse

  • Minimum Level 3 childcare qualification (full and relevant)
  • Sound knowledge of what safeguarding is and your role within safeguarding
  • Sound knowledge of the EYFS
  • Have a good standard of grammar, punctuation and report writing

Safeguarding statement for the Nursery Nurse

All positions recruited are subject to a enhanced DBS check, two satisfactory references, right to work, qualification and any other relevant checks.

Childcare Practitioner – Smethwick (TT only)

Awesome Childcare Practitioner

Awesomeness is a must

  • Based in a pre-school – pack away setting
  • 30 hours a week, term time only
  • Salary – meets NLW
  • Initial 6 month contract with a view to permanent

Role of the awesome childcare practitioner

To provide care and learning opportunities for children aged 2 – 4 years. To understand what children’s interests are and enhance that into their learning. To bring happiness laughter and good times into every child’s life.

Responsibilities for the awesome childcare practitioner 

  • Support a small group of key children, taking responsibility for the activities, the observations, planning and assessments
  • Working with the EYFS framework
  • Work within a team, supporting each other and taking instruction from leaders and managers
  • Be a positive role model to young children
  • Liaise with any outside agencies to support children’s development (if required)
  • Record and report any safeguarding concerns that may arise
  • Complete daily dairies and any other relevant paperwork such as accident and incident sheets

Requirements for the awesome childcare practitioner

  • Level 2 or Level 3 childcare qualification (full and relevant)
  • Sound knowledge of what safeguarding is and your role within safeguarding
  • Sound knowledge of the EYFS
  • Have a good standard of grammar, punctuation and report writing

Safeguarding statement for the awesome childcare practitioner 

All positions recruited are subject to a enhanced DBS check, two satisfactory references, right to work, qualification and any other relevant checks.

Nursery Nurse – Great Barr

Are you our next Childcare Superstar?

Awesomeness is a must

Work on offer in a day nursery

  • Permanent – PT or FT – hours of work between 7.00am – 6.45pm Monday to Friday
  • SEN- contracts until July 22. Working with children with different needs
  • Temporary – agency work – work offered on the day and in advance of the day between he hours 7.00am – 6.45pm
  • Must hold a full and relevant childcare qualification minimum level 2

Nursery Nurse Assistant Responsibilities (Tasks Associated with the Role)

  • Supply work – work will be offered in advance of the booking, the week before, the day before and on the day depending on what availability you have to work.
  • To work on a day to day, short / long term basis within nursery settings in the areas you feel happy to travel to-we have clients local to you!
  • Work will vary from advance shifts to calls on the day
  • Deliver the EYFS making sure all needs of children are met to the highest standard
  • Communicate with parents and carers to meet the needs of children
  • Responsible for carrying out planned activities
  • Responsible for the children’s learning and development and complete observations
  • Spending time reading to children, telling stories or listening to them
  • Providing comfort and reassurance if children are ill or upset.
  • As a nursery nurse, you would be responsible for the wellbeing of children, so you’ll be required to monitor them closely and report any issues that are a concern.

Results (Expected Accomplishments) for the Nursery Nurse Assistant

  • To work in very busy settings with children aged between 0-5.
  • Support children’s learning and development by following the EYFS curriculum
  • Provide stimulating activities for children in your care
  • Support children in their day-to-day routines in childcare settings
  • Show initiative in every booking – don’t wait to be told what to do – be a part of the team you are working with

Graduate Pre-School Practitioner- B’ham

Graduate Pre-School Practitioner

Are you an early years graduate looking for a challenging, yet exciting role within early years?

Your role as the graduate pre-school practitioner will have enhanced responsibilities to a nursery nurse, allowing you to pursue the skills and experiences you have as a degree led- practitioner in an early years setting.

About the Graduate Pre-School Practitioner role

  • Monday to Friday 8.30 – 3, term time only (30 hours a week)
  • Salary: £9.25 per hour
  • The job is based in a pre-school setting in Birmingham, opportunities in Smethwick may arise soon for the same position and job responsibilities.
  • Plan and provide stimulating and quality activities relevant to the EYFS and children’s interests
  • Observe, complete observations, learning journeys and reports on your key children
  • Identify gaps in children’s learning and be pro active in finding a solution
  • Developing positive parent partnerships will be vital within your role

Enhanced responsibilities for the Graduate pre school practitioner

  • Leading on the overall tracking of children’s development for the setting and monitoring the progression of their starting points by completing a Group Cohort tracker
  • Understanding and participating in the key person system. Ensuring your key children’s learning journeys are up to date and maintained at the required level.  Alongside additional assessing, recording, reporting of development.
  • Prepare children fro school and complete relevant transition and liaisons with different schools
  • Liaise with other outside agencies where needed and family support team
  • Work as part of a team
  •  To work as part of a team in order to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can play, develop and learn ensuring there is diversity and inclusion for all.
  •  Embedding the organisations mission statement and pedagogy
  • To keep up to date with changes in the curriculum and developments in best practice
  • To follow all routines, duties, timetables, rotas, record keeping activities and any other reasonable duty as requested by Management.
  • To ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are maintained at all times.
  • To take responsibility for continued professional development by attending courses (in-house and external) and reading relevant material.
  •  Leading on Quality practices within the pre-school.  

Requirements for the Graduate  Pre-School Practitioner role

  • Full and relevant degree qualification in childcare / early years
  • good safeguarding and EYFS knowledge

Safeguarding Statement for the Pre-School Practitioner role

All positions are subject to enhanced DBS checks, two satisfactory references, including most recent employer, right to work, ID and other relevant checks.

Childcare Practitioner – Smethwick

Childcare Practitioner – 2 positions available at different settings.

Are you a qualified nursery nurse, full of enthusiasm and positive vibes?

Are you happy to feel a little bit silly, but in return know that you’re making a difference and creating happiness in little children’s lives?

Are you the superstar we are looking for?

Overview of the Childcare Practitioner job

  • Must be qualified with a level 3 in childcare or higher
  • Based in smethwick
  • Work in a pre school setting between 8.30am – 3pm, Mon – Fri, term time only
  • Have a group of key children: plan, observe, next steps, link the EYFS
  • Build good relationships with parents and be committed to having positive parent partnerships
  • Work in a small team, reporting to the manager of the setting
  • Working with children aged between 2 -5
  • Support children in becoming school ready
  • Liaise with any outside agencies where appropriate
  • Know your responsibilities to safeguarding and who to report concerns too should you ever need and the right way to report / record a concern
  • Working with the EYFS daily
  • Provide stimulating activities for children in your care
  • Support children’s learning developments as well as being caring and nurturing
  • Salary: £8.72per hour

Safeguarding Statement for the successful Childcare Practitioner

All positions recruited by Green Bee Recruitment, formally known as Solutions 4 Educare are subject to DBS clearance, two satisfactory references, right to work in the UK, qualification and certificates checks.