Room Leader

Location
Hackney, London
Salary
£27,402 - £29,010 per annum
Posted
31 Jul 2019
Closes
31 Aug 2019
Ref
HLT00316
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Room Leader

About Hackney Learning Trust

Hackney Learning Trust is a department within Hackney Council that is responsible for Hackney's children's centres, 34,268 pupils in 79 schools and early years and adult education. Our vision is to provide excellent education for every child, young person and adult learner.

Hackney Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Hackney Learning Trust posts can be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Details of the role

At Hackney Learning Trust, we know just how exciting Hackney's future looks. A future that's largely going to be determined by today's younger generation - the very people we're working so hard to help and develop. Through our Children’s Centre and in partnership with many other exciting local initiatives, we deliver early year’s education and integrated services across Hackney and you can help us build on this potential.

Linden Children’s Centre

Baby Room Leader x 1

Full time (36 hours), permanent

Scale 6 point 26-28 £27,402 - £29,010 per annum

We are looking to appoint a Room Leader to join our dedicated team to improve the outcomes for children in Hackney. Your role will be to help us achieve a safe, healthy and stimulating environment where activities enable children to grow and develop in line with good practice standards. As an excellent communicator, you will need to be enthusiastic and committed to rising standards.

The room leader role will see you taking responsibility for the daily supervision of your room, including supervision of the practitioners working there.  You will, with the support of the teacher and senior children’s centre officer develop and monitor a quality curriculum in line with the EYFS In return for a competitive salary

This is an ideal position for someone looking to be an integral part of  an outstanding setting that provides a good personal service to diverse families in the community. Significant professional experience of working within a culturally diverse educational childcare environment is essential. You must have good interpersonal and relationship building skills and possess good assessment skills.  The centre also has Forest School designation.

An NVQ3 qualification or above in childcare or equivalent is essential for this role.  You will be required to work flexible hours as the centre operates a shift system.

Further information

We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or age

DBS check required for this role: Yes

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