Early Years Practitioner
You are looking for your next career step, a new challenge, and a job with a purpose.
Due to expansion, we are looking for an Early Years Practitioner, qualified to Level 3 or above to join our growing early education team based in one of our centres in south Bristol.
About us: We are committed to supporting our team members’ professional development and can offer the right candidate a fantastic opportunity in a unique childcare setting. We are a charity and run as a community business and we are proud to say that we reinvest our profits back into developing the community of the children we look after.
About you and the role: You are motivated, reliable and have a positive attitude and approach to working with children. Your role involves supporting the smooth running of the nursery routine, developing relationships with children and families, and assisting with activities and experiences for children.
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SAFEGUARDING NOTE: As this role is working in a “regulated activity” according to the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, the successful applicant will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Certificate (DBS).
|Hours: 40 hours permanent contract
Rate of Pay: £19,291.80 per annum (£9.25/hour) plus benefits including subsidised childcare & training and development opportunities.
Qualifications: Minimum Recognised Level 3 Qualification
To successfully fulfil our vision (aim) we need a truly diverse workforce that reflects the society we serve. We therefore welcome and encourage applications from anyone who meets the job requirements. We are actively seeking people with a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences in terms of ethnicity, culture, and religion, LGBTQ+ candidates, people from any socio-economic background, those who consider themselves to be or have been diagnosed as neurotypical or have psychological or physical conditions or levels of ability that may require adaptations or support.