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Level 3 Nursery Practitioner

Level 3 Nursery Practitioner - London

Salary - £25,000 - £26,000 based on experience

Job Type : Full Time ( 40 - 45 hours per week)

Our client is based in London, they are looking for a Level 3 Nursery Practitioner to join their team.

They offersupport for career progression, Free Meals, Pension Scheme, fully funded Training and Employee assistance programme.

Job Role:

They are currently seeking a nurse to join their team who is passionate about childcare and who can play a key role at this exciting stage of their growing place.

Nursery Practitioner Responsibilities:

? Responsibility of the room incl.

children's developments and staff practise
? To act as a leader for the overall nursery and collaborate to the day-to-day running of the nursery.
? To ensure a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care and development for all children at their Nursery
? To support key children
? To assist in promoting equal opportunities and the inclusion of children with special educational needs and disabilities.
? To liaise with and support parents/carers and other family members
? To work alongside the team to ensure the Nursery philosophy is fulfilled


? Qualified to Level 3 or above in childcare
? Experienced nurse
? Have a firm understanding and experience of the Early year's foundation stage

Benefits on offer.

? Excellent rates of pay
? Support for higher level qualifications
? Fully-funded training
? Free Wholesome, Hot lunches
? Pension Scheme
? Employee assistance programme

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