We at BS Social Care are currently recruiting Nursery Nurses' for our well-established client in the Bristol area.
Early Years Educators will have a recognised Childcare / Early Years qualification at Level 3 or above that is considered full and relevant by the department of education for work in an early years setting. Experience of working in a Nursery setting is desirable. You will demonstrate knowledge of Ofsted and The Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Staff holding the Early Years Educator qualification (courses started after September 2014) must also hold a suitable level 2 qualification in maths and English as defined by the department of education.
In addition, all staff who have completed a Level 2 or Level 3 childcare qualification (on or after 30th June 2016) must have a current Paediatric First Aid certificate to be included within staffing ratios. (If they do not have this, this must be fully achieved within 3 months of starting work).
Purpose of the post:
Responsible for working with children from three months to approximately five years of age.
o To assist with the daily routine of a room, activities, planning, monitoring and evaluation.
o To assist the team leader in arranging the deployment of staff in the room and to be responsible for ensuring that all requirements are still met in the absence of a team leader.
o To support the care and education of the children in the room within a key person structure, promoting good practice and being a role model for other staff and children.
o To ensure that the safeguarding and welfare of the children is paramount in the room at all times.
o To be aware of and comply with the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework.
o Work to our clients policies, procedures and directed tasks
Duties and Responsibilities a) Organisational responsibilities
o Responsible for the children's social and educational development. This involves assisting with planning and implementing the curriculum.
o To be responsible for the care of children, including physical care such as feeding, nappy changing, their welfare, health and dietary requirements and safeguarding the children in your care within the nursery.
o To deliver a service of the highest standard that will develop and improve each child's quality of life. To respect each child as an individual, taking in its appropriate needs.
o To be responsible for observing and monitoring children's progress and development.
o To attend and contribute to staff meetings and organisational priorities such as SEN reviews, meetings with parents / guardians / carers.
o To complete all required training to maintain qualifications and knowledge.
o To participate in the planning of the curriculum.
o To plan effective individualised learning programmes for key children linked to their next steps.
o To, where required, attend marketing events / open days to support and promote the nursery.
o Any other duties appropriate to the post as directed by the Nursery Manager.
If you think is the role for you please apply.