Nursery Practitioner - Level 3
NURSERY PRACTITIONER LEVEL 3 – TOWER HILL, LONDON E1
Are you a team player?
Do you have a passion for working with children? Especially with the babies?
Do you wish to continue your career with a forward thinking Nursery environment?
Are you looking for a new challenge?
Then DreamMaker Day Nursery is the right place for you!
We are looking for dynamic and passionate individuals who have a real commitment in working with children in an Early Years environment with a supportive and caring workforce!!!
DreamMaker is a 113-place private Nursery in Tower Hill, London. We have been established since 1989, with the current owners taking over in 2003.
DreamMaker consists of two large 2-storey buildings, separated by a Courtyard within the Royal Mint estate, based on a quiet residential street, 5 minutes’ walk from the business district.
The DreamMaker Team consists of 12 members of staff, and now we are expanding and need more staff to support us.
You will be someone who is passionate about children, whose top priority will be that the DreamMaker children are well cared for, developing and have fun at Nursery.
Main duties and tasks include:
Supporting the team in planning exciting activities for children aged 0-5 years old.
Interacting through play with children, encouraging children’s progress in all areas of learning.
Be a Key Person to a group of children and a connection between the nursery and home.
As a minimum, you will have:
- A Level 3 or above qualification in Child care.
- Working knowledge of the EYFS, health and safety, equal opportunities, SENCO etc, Safeguarding, and an understanding of Child Development.
- Excellent organisational, management and communication skills.
- Two written references.
WHAT WE CAN OFFER
- A competitive salary.
- 4 working weeks’ annual leave, plus Bank/statutory holidays.
- Career progression.
- A strong commitment to continuous professional development/training.
- A vibrant, warm and friendly working environment.
At DreamMaker, we are committed to equal opportunities and value diversity and aim to have a workforce, which reflects this. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.
We are committed to safeguarding children, and all posts are subject to an enhanced DBS and reference check.
For more information please call Outi on 0207 480 7166 or complete form below to apply with a covering letter plus CV, confirming current salary and explaining why you wish to work for us.