26 Nov, 2019
Job Purpose: To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children in the nursery. To ensure all individual needs of children are identified and met. To understand the characteristics of effective teaching and learning and implement these with all children. To ensure all Company policies, procedures and operational practices are adhered to at all times. To be a key person to a group of children, planning and implement a programme of activities suitable to their development using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS).   Person specification Knowledge A full and relevant level three qualification. Knowledge and understanding of planning and providing high quality childcare and education in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Knowledge and understanding of supporting children’s behaviour Awareness and understanding and commitment to diversity and equality. Skills An enthusiastic approach to working with early years children Demonstrate good practice in early years care and education Flexibility Committed to working as part of a team Good interaction with children Ability to work closely and constructively with children Recognise that parents/carers are the main educators Ability to model good practice to staff Ability to work in partnership with parents and carers Effective time management and organisational skills Ability to use judgement and common sense, and be able to work on own initiative. Experience Experience of working in childcare setting Have experience of working and caring with babies Experience of observation, planning and assessment and completing learning journeys Hours of work:  Shifts on a rota basis between 7.30am – 6pm. Alpha Nurseries Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and students to share this commitment and this post will be offered subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS and children's barred list check.
Alpha Nurseries Group Diss, UK Bank Staff
26 Nov, 2019
Job Description Position:  Day Care Practitioner in Lincolnshire, PE20 1EJ. Hours of work:  Shifts on a rota basis between 7.30am – 6pm. Responsible to:  Nursery Manager Contracted Hours:  30 hours per week Job Purpose: To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children in the nursery. To ensure all individual needs of children are identified and met. To understand the characteristics of effective teaching and learning and implement these with all children. To ensure all Company policies, procedures and operational practices are adhered to at all times. To be a key person to a group of children, planning and implement a programme of activities suitable to their development using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS).   Person specification Knowledge A full and relevant level 3 qualification. Knowledge and understanding of planning and providing high quality childcare and education in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Knowledge and understanding of supporting children’s behaviour Awareness and understanding and commitment to diversity and equality. Skills An enthusiastic approach to working with early years children Demonstrate good practice in early years care and education Flexibility Committed to working as part of a team. Good interaction with children. Ability to work closely and constructively with children. Recognise that parents/carers are the main educators Ability to model good practice to staff. Ability to work in partnership with parents and carers. Effective time management and organisational skills. Ability to use judgement and common sense, and be able to work on own initiative. Experience Experience of working in childcare setting Have experience of working and caring with babies. Experience of observation, planning and assessment and completing learning journeys. Alpha Nurseries are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and the company expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post will be offered subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS and children's barred list check.
Alpha Nurseries Group Kirton, Boston, UK Full time
26 Nov, 2019
We are looking for a bank staff member in Stamford. The successful applicant will need to have an excellent understanding of the EYFS and have a strong passion for a child centred approach to play and learning. As a bank staff member you are a key member of the nursery team responsible for delivering high quality care and learning opportunities for children, based on the needs and interests of those children. Job Description Position:   Care Practitioner Hours of work:   Shifts on a rota basis between 7.30am – 6pm. Responsible to:   Nursery Manager Job Purpose: To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children in the nursery. To ensure all individual needs of children are identified and met. To understand the characteristics of effective teaching and learning and implement these with all children. To ensure all Company policies, procedures and operational practices are adhered to at all times. To be a key person to a group of children, planning and implement a programme of activities suitable to their development using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS). To be responsible for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons they are responsible for or come into contact with. Person specification Knowledge A level 3 qualification and a willingness to achieve EYPS. Knowledge and understanding of planning and providing high quality childcare and education in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety management. Knowledge and understanding of supporting children’s behaviour Awareness and understanding and commitment to diversity and equality. Skills An enthusiastic approach to working with early years children Demonstrate good practice in early years care and education Flexibility Committed to working as part of a team Good interaction with children Ability to work closely and constructively with children Recognise that parents/carers are the main educators Ability to model good practice to staff Ability to work in partnership with parents and carers Effective time management and organisational skills Ability to use judgement and common sense, and be able to work on own initiative. Experience Experience of working in childcare setting Have experience of working and caring with babies Experience of observation, planning and assessment and completing learning journeys Self-awareness Has a balanced understanding of self and others Has a realistic knowledge of personal strengths and weaknesses Can work flexibly Shows a realistic appreciation of the challenges of working with children Ability to safeguard and promote the welfare of children Understands the importance of safeguarding and protects all children whatever their personal circumstances Can show an ability to contribute towards a safe environment Is up to date with eh law and current events Can show they have followed ‘best practice;’ guidelines’ Shows a personal commitment to safeguarding children *Alpha Nurseries Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and students to share this commitment.*
Alpha Nurseries Group Tallington, Stamford, UK Bank Staff