Nursery Manager

Location
Worple Rd, Epsom KT18 7AA
Salary
£24,800.00 - £25,550.00
Posted
28 Mar 2017
Closes
28 Apr 2017
Hours
Term time
Contract Type
Permanent

St Martin’s Pre-School, St Martin’s Sure Start Children’s Centre, Worple Road, Epsom KT18 7AA

Registered Charity Number 1155711

0779 355 4340

Pre-School Manager/SENCO

Term Time Only

£24,800.00 - £25,550.00 p.a.

  • A fantastic term-time opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated, experienced manager, with strong leadership skills to manage St Martin’s Pre-School in Epsom.
  • The Pre-School is incredibly popular and is rated “good” by Ofsted.
  • You will provide leadership, guidance and support to our team of enthusiastic, qualified and experienced practitioners.
  • You will oversee the day to day operation of the Pre-School’s Inclusion, Special Education Needs and Disability Policy and co-ordinate provision for children with SEND. 
  • The majority of your week will be based with the children, as you will be supported by our experienced administrator.  As a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation, you will report to our parent led Committee.
  • You will also be responsible for a key group of children.
  • Working hours 8.00am–4.00pm Monday-Friday, for 37.5 hours each week.  This is a term time only position, following the school timetable for 38 weeks each year.
  • In filling this vacancy, we are looking to employ a Manager with experience, fresh energy and ideas, who is willing to take on the challenge of a well-established Pre-School, whilst maintaining our consistent excellent reputation.

Your skills will include the following: -

  • A minimum of two years’ leadership and management experience in an early years setting.
  • A Level 4 or above recognised Early Years qualification.
  • To be able to maintain and develop our stimulating environment by providing a high level of quality childcare, whilst delivering positive outcomes for both children and staff.
  • A good knowledge of the EYFS and child development to ensure that all the children’s individual needs are met.
  • A comprehensive knowledge of the work practices, processes and procedures that support a high-quality setting.
  • A comprehensive knowledge of Ofsted requirements, childcare legislative policies and their implementation.
  • Good written communication, literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Experience of supporting and mentoring a staff team including staff training, supervision, appraisal and development.
  • The ability to supervise and organise the planning of activities following the EYFS, with children and staff.

Start date:        As soon as possible.

Deadline: Friday 5th May                   Interviews: 11th/12th May.