Looking for temporary work in the Wakefield area?
Do you have a passion for caring for Children and have experience within a day centre environment?
BS Social Care are recruiting for Nursery Nurses for our client based in Wakefield. Our client is registered for 24 under 5 year old's (12 Babies 0 - 2 years and 12 2-5 year ) in a day centre environment.
As a Nursery Nurse, your role will be varied and never the same. You will carry out activities, promoting personal, social and emotional development of the Children. You will also aid with Communication, language and Physical development.
The shifts will be to cover sickness, holidays and other absences and will be between Monday and Friday, 8am - 6pm.
The ideal candidate will have a DBS on the update service or alternatively be willing to pay £50 for a DBS directly through Brook Street Disclosures, be able to provide 5 years references and provide eligibility to work in the UK - eg driving license, passport and proof of NI.
It is essential you have a minimum of 1 year's experience working with Children in a nursery/day care setting and an NVQ Level 3 in Childcare or equivalent.
Due to the nature of this role you must have the relevant experience, so please only submit your application if you meet all of the above criteria.
The hourly rate will be £8.50 per hour with holiday pay to accrue and various positions are available.
We have a range of benefits working for BS Social Care, including:
- Holiday Pay
- 24/7 Night Service
- Employer Pension Contribution after qualifying period
- Recommend a Friend Scheme
- Flexible Working hours
- Temp Of The Month Award
- Enhanced rates of pay for bank holidays
- Dedicated Consultants to find you work In order to be considered for this role, please submit your CV by responding to this advert.
If you are successful you will need to attend an Interview in our Bradford City Centre office. If you have any queries, please contact Maria on 01274 393050.
Please note: This is a Temporary Ad-hoc position, covering sickness, holiday and other absences.