Are you a Qualified Nursery Nurse looking for a change?
Do you require regular work in the South West London area?
Is it important as a Nursery Practitioner that you are able to balance your working life with your other commitments?
Have you been searching for a role that can offer long term or permanent positions down the line?
If we have 3 yes’s, please contact Eiram Arif at FRCE today about the exciting Nursery Practitioner roles we have available!
FRCE recruitment group are seeking experienced Early Years Practitioners and Nursery Nurses to work with some of the best Nurseries in South & West London. They are offering some of the highest pay rates in the market, can offer you regular work and will also support you with training and development.
The Nurseries hold excellent Ofsted reports. The settings are bright, pleasant and fun to work in. We want experienced early years staff who enjoy providing a fun and creative environment for children, who understand the importance of safeguarding and who are focused on providing a quality provision with demonstrable outcomes being achieved.
Ideally you will have at least an NVQ level 2 (equivalent or higher) in Childcare or Early Years & have at least 5 months practical experience and be able to demonstrate your ability to put theory into practice. You should be a good communicator and have an engaging personality with an approachable nature.
You will need to be able to provide;
- 2 years of references (this can include work or education references)
- A current DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be prepared to
undertake a new one
We are booking registrations at our Central London office now - contact us to book an appointment, by emailing your CV to email@example.com
The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.