32.5 hours per week, 8.30am – 3.30pm (with 30 minute lunch break) • Term time only
We are an innovative, inclusive and creative Nursery and we are looking to add to our Early Years' Nursery Team. If you are looking to develop your career and want a great job where you will really make a difference, then we are the school for you! Please come and see for yourself.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and passionate Nursery Teaching Assistant to join our committed and pro-active team who can bring excellent childcare skills and innovation to our Nursery. Duties will include assisting the Nursery team in providing high quality childcare, providing inspiration to nursery children through exciting activities in all areas of learning whilst incorporating Birth to Five Matters and maintaining a safe, secure and caring environment. You will need to work in close partnership with parents and liaise with them on a daily basis.
St. Luke’s Nursery offers high quality early education and care within the heart of St. Luke’s Church of England School and is open to children from 3 to 4 years.
Successful candidates will:
- be a minimum of NVQ Level 3 qualified or equivalent
- have a solid understanding of Early Years and Birth to Five Matters
- be passionate and have a positive attitude towards working with children
- have excellent communication skills.
We are offering:
- a supportive management structure
- fantastic training opportunities
Visits are positively encouraged prior to interview. Please call 01628 621600 to arrange a visit, we look forward to meeting you.
Please contact the school (email@example.com) for more information and an application pack. We will only consider applications made on the school’s own application form, CV’s will not be considered.
Closing date for applications: 12 Noon, Friday 30 September 2022
Applications will be reviewed as received and interviews may take place before the closing date.
ODST has a responsibility for, and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and for ensuring that they are protected from harm. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS.