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Early Years Practitioner – Toddler Room Lead – Rainbows Nursery

Are you interested in a career in working with young children and are looking for a new challenge? If you are creative, flexible, supportive, energetic and enthusiastic we want you! We currently have an exciting new opportunity for an Early Years Practitioner – Toddler Room Lead to join us at our Rainbows Nursery to help us deliver a fun, safe and nurturing environment for children.

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Entries must be submitted before: 5:00pm on Wednesday 26 May 2021 - Ref: 399

We currently have an exciting new opportunity for an Early Years Practitioner – Toddler Room Lead to join us at our Rainbows Nursery to help us deliver a fun, safe and nurturing environment for children.  Our nursery offers an inclusive service for both mainstream children, and those with special and complex needs. We are a unique nursery who caters for a very diverse community.

We deliver a range of exciting, creative and innovative specialist and inclusive services to children and young people with disabilities including those with complex physical and learning disabilities, communication disabilities such as autism and behaviours that can challenge.

We are interested in people who share our values and passion for enabling greater opportunities for people with learning disabilities and their families throughout their lives.

About the role:                                      

The post holder will deliver a high standard of development and care for children of toddler age who attend the Rainbow Nursery.  The role will require you to work with SENCO and mainstream children.

As the EYP – Toddler Room Lead you will plan and provide a safe, supportive and stimulating environment where children can thrive and learn. You will lead on developing and maintaining key partnership with parents /carers and to actively involve them in their child’s learning.

You will be able to access each child within the prime areas of development.

You will support the provision of activities and opportunities, which promote equality and full inclusion, giving respectful consideration to the children and their families from different cultural and diverse backgrounds.

The ideal candidate should: 

  • Hold an Early Years Practitioner Level 3 Childcare Qualification
  • Have experience of working with children in an early years setting which is Ofsted regulated
  • Ideally have experience working in early years settings
  • Have a willingness to work with and support toddlers who have high care and complex needs

Why join us:

We offer continuing opportunities for learning and development together with regular supervisions and support.

  • We offer a minimum of 33 days annual leave (including bank holidays)
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Season ticket loans
  • Family friendly polices and personal/professional development packages

The job offer is subject to enhanced DBS checks and satisfactory references/reports.  You must be over 18 years old to apply.

How to apply:

To apply please submit your up to date CV with a supporting statement covering the competencies outlined on the person specification.

You must email your application to: Recruitment@LDNLondon.org to be considered for the role.

For further information on about the role please contact Anna Hobman (Nursery Manager) on 0208 968 2690.

Applications must be submitted by 5:00pm on Wednesday 26 May 2021.

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£24,400 per annum
London, W9 3AB
Permanent - Full-time (37.5 hours per week) You will be required to do shift work, our nursery is open from 8:00am - 6:00pm

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