Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Nurse - East Dulwich, London (Greater)

£18,000 - £20,000 yearly
  • Reachjobs
  • London, UK
  • Oct 31, 2018
Full time Childcare Early Years Education Early Years Practionners

Job Description

We are looking for experienced passionate and dedicated early years practitioners to work across all ages, from 10 months to 5 years.

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to grow their knowledge and experience within early years education, as the employer provides ongoing training, as well as a supportive, fun and friendly environment.

The employer
The employer is Reggio inspired OUTSTANDING nursery, shortlisted for ‘best nursery 2017’ by Nursery World, based in East Dulwich.

The employer is a privately-owned daycare nursery, catering for up to 87 children between the ages of 1 and 5 years old. This nursery is located situated on a quiet residential street in East Dulwich, minutes from an enclosed public green, a children’s playground and a wildlife centre, all of which we aim to make full use. East Dulwich is a very trendy, ‘villagy’ community within 15 minutes by train to central London.

Main requirements:
- bachelor’s degree in early Years Education
- Experience of working with 10 months to 5 year old children
- Natural passion for working with children and developing them
- Working knowledge of health and safety
- Good knowledge of EYFS
- Working Knowledge and understanding of equal opportunities
- Good and professional communication skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Good Level of English – written and spoken

Job Offer/ Conditions Offered:
- Permanent Contract ( Full Time ) – 40 h/per week
- Pay rate/ Annual Salary: from 18,000 per year - dependent on experience
- Holidays 33 days per year
- In House Training - Lots of training/ opportunities for professional growth with a forward thinking, cutting edge nursery, rated outstanding by Ofsted and with very high reputation in the area (2 year waiting list for parents)
- the opportunity to travel to Reggio Emilia, Italy the founding place of the Reggio approach.