Job Category: Permanent

Early Years recruitment are currently recruiting for PERMANENT qualified and experienced Early Years workers for a variety of well established nurseries. You will need to be professional, reliable, dependable and most of all love working with children. These nurseries offer rapid progression for the right candidate ideal if you want to advance your career or simply want a change or new challenge.

The current roles available in busy, family run private day nurseries with excellent facilities would suit a positive and creative Early Years professional with a minimum level 3 qualification in Childcare / Early Years.

You should have excellent knowledge and understanding of child development and children’s needs with an ability to plan and fully implement the Early Years framework. An ability to communicate verbally and in writing, this includes the ability to establish rapport and credibility with parents as well as colleagues. You will be involved in supporting a group of children, confidently delivering activities to improve development and monitor and observe their progression. The ability to produce clear concise and well written reports as well as being organised and able to prioritise your own work load and plan in advance. All applicants will be subject to DBS and referencing checks.

It’s is an opportunity to join a friendly staff team as well a chance for career development and training. This role can be flexible for candidates looking for part-time vacancies as well as full time. For further details on these exciting new opportunities available please contact Abby on 0161 833 0300 or email your C.V. with a covering letter.

Early Years Recruitment are URGENTLY looking for enthusiastic and dedicated Early Years Practitioners to join their growing database to work on a supply basis as bank staff for a variety of childcare settings.

We have been established for 19 years and as a leading provider we’re lucky to work with a selection of fantastic private day nurseries / organisations and school-based nurseries / preschools. It would be advantageous if you were a car driver, but not essential many settings are easily accessible via public transport.

Our clients rely on us to ensure they are always compliant with OFSTED regulations of staff to child ratios. As a member of our team, you can be offered flexible working hours to suit your lifestyle and commitments ranging from a couple of hours a week to full five-day weeks. The posts are temporary (with a view to permanent) and there is no guarantee of work BUT supply work will give you experience of working in different settings.

Role:

You will be required to provide general support within a nursery setting, being responsible for the care and safeguarding of the children. You will be involved in daily activities with the children, helping set up and plan stimulating activities for the children. You may be required from time to time to carry out observations on the children and report back to key workers. All applicants will be subject to DBS and referencing checks.

To be considered for this role:

  • Qualified in Early Years/Childcare (minimum Level 2)
  • Recent and relevant experience within a childcare setting
  • Awareness of the EYFS and be able to follow this to plan and observe the children.
  • You must be able to work well as part of a team.
  • You will need to be creative to provide a stimulating environment for the children in your care.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Passionate and professional attitude
  • Flexible and adaptable approach to work

Benefits of the role:

  • Excellent rates of pay depending on qualifications / experience.
  • Opportunity to build up relationships with local nurseries enabling candidates to return to familiar childcare settings and progress their career.
  • Ongoing one to one support with a personal dedicated consultant who will look after your work requirements.
  • Recommend a friend scheme for £150 vouchers.

We are looking for Level 3 Nursery Nurses to work full-time and permanently for one of our clients. You will need to be available to start within a month, be level 3 qualified at least.

We are recruiting for the following areas;

Eccles, Astley, Altrincham Shaw, Prestwich, Salford & Castleton

 

Please call us or send in your CV now!

A modern, spacious early years setting, requiring a focused and qualified Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner, to work with all ages between 0 – 5 years. Catering for up to 60 child within this light and bright building, offering exceptional inside and outside features. The team are a friendly, diverse and above all inclusive team, it truly is a real pleasure to work at. Offering the right Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner the opportunity to work at alternative full time hours.

We would like to speak to driven, knowledgeable Nursery Nurse/Nursery Practitioner/ Early Years Practitioner/ Nursery Assistant looking for a next step within a supportive nursery setting.

This fabulous role offers the opportunity to progress within a well established growing Nursery group.

Can you:

  • Develop and maintain a safe but challenging learning environment for 0 -5-year-old’s
  • Recognise current and next steps in learning and make these visible in records, displays and journals.
  • Liaise effectively with parents and family members to promote the development of the child.
  • Provide the highest possible standard of care and stimulation
  • Work with children to develop their skills in all areas of learning from the EYFS
  • Liaise with other services for the benefit of the child
  • Liaise with families to promote development
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received
  • Support all junior/apprenticeship members and engage in a good team spirit
  • To be involved in, out of working hours activities eg: training, monthly staff meetings, fundraising events
  • Look upon the setting as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the needs of children and other team members.
  • To be flexible within working practices of the setting. be prepared to help where needed.

We would like to speak with all Candidates possessing all of the skills below:

  • Previous Nursery Nurse experience
  • Nursery understanding
  • A proven track record
  • Previous childcare experience
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Has completed either, CACH, EYFS, NVQ, BTEC, NNEB, childcare qualification

Key areas for the Nursery Nurse:

  • to energise and enthuse children
  • Maintain a clean and tidy child-friendly environment
  • Teaching general life skills
  • Work with health and social care professionals
  • Liaise with parents/carers

A modern, spacious early years setting, requiring a focused and qualified Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner, to work with all ages between 0 – 5 years. Catering for up to 60 child within this light and bright building, offering exceptional inside and outside features. The team are a friendly, diverse and above all inclusive team, it truly is a real pleasure to work at. Offering the right Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner the opportunity to work at alternative full time hours.

We would like to speak to driven, knowledgeable Nursery Nurse/Nursery Practitioner/ Early Years Practitioner/ Nursery Assistant looking for a next step within a supportive nursery setting.

This fabulous role offers the opportunity to progress within a well established growing Nursery group.

Can you:

  • Develop and maintain a safe but challenging learning environment for 0 -5-year-old’s
  • Recognise current and next steps in learning and make these visible in records, displays and journals.
  • Liaise effectively with parents and family members to promote the development of the child.
  • Provide the highest possible standard of care and stimulation
  • Work with children to develop their skills in all areas of learning from the EYFS
  • Liaise with other services for the benefit of the child
  • Liaise with families to promote development
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received
  • Support all junior/apprenticeship members and engage in a good team spirit
  • To be involved in, out of working hours activities eg: training, monthly staff meetings, fundraising events
  • Look upon the setting as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the needs of children and other team members.
  • To be flexible within working practices of the setting. be prepared to help where needed.

We would like to speak with all Candidates possessing all of the skills below:

  • Previous Nursery Nurse experience
  • Nursery understanding
  • A proven track record
  • Previous childcare experience
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Has completed either, CACH, EYFS, NVQ, BTEC, NNEB, childcare qualification

Key areas for the Nursery Nurse:

  • to energise and enthuse children
  • Maintain a clean and tidy child-friendly environment
  • Teaching general life skills
  • Work with health and social care professionals
  • Liaise with parents/carers

Early Years Recruitment are delighted to be working with a fabulous Nursery located close to all motorway and public transport link.

We’re seeking a driven, knowledgeable, Qualified Senior Nursery Practitioner for their beautiful Nursery, set within green suburban lanes. The Nursery is located within a large style house with an occupancy of 83 children. The team are a friendly, diverse and above all an inclusive team referring to the place of work as a second home, it truly is a real pleasure to work at.

We would like to speak to driven, knowledgeable Senior Nursery Nurse/Nursery Practitioner/ Early Years Practitioner/ Nursery Assistant looking for a next step within a supportive nursery setting.

This fabulous role offers the opportunity to progress within a well established growing Nursery group.

Can you:

  • Mentor other members of the team
  • Offer support and guidance to newly qualified members
  • Manage staff within the room
  • Ensure all members and children are within a safe environment.
  • Work as part of a team whilst managing other members
  • Develop and maintain a safe but challenging learning environment for 0 -5-year-old’s
  • Recognise current and next steps in learning and make these visible in records, displays and journals.
  • Liaise effectively with parents and family members to promote the development of the child.
  • Provide the highest possible standard of care and stimulation
  • Work with children to develop their skills in all areas of learning from the EYFS
  • Liaise with other services for the benefit of the child
  • Liaise with families to promote development
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received
  • Support all junior/apprenticeship members and engage in a good team spirit
  • To be involved in, out of working hours activities eg: training, monthly staff meetings, fundraising events
  • Look upon the setting as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the needs of children and other team members.
  • To be flexible within working practices of the setting. be prepared to help where needed.

We would like to speak with all Candidate possessing all or one of the below:

  • Previous Senior and Nursery Practitioner experience
  • Nursery understanding
  • A proven track record
  • Previous childcare experience
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Has completed either, CACH, EYFS, NVQ, BTEC, NNEB, childcare qualification

Key areas for the Senior Practitioner:

  • to energise and enthuse other members of the team and children within your care
  • Maintain a happy and friendly team
  • Maintain a clean and tidy child-friendly environment
  • Teaching general life skills
  • Mentor new and up and coming staff members
  • Work with health and social care professionals
  • Work alongside the Deputy Manager
  • Liaise with parents/carers

Responsible to:

  • Deputy Nursery Manager

A modern, spacious early years setting, requiring a focused and qualified Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner, to work with all ages between 0 – 5 years. Catering for up to 60 child within this light and bright building, offering exceptional inside and outside features. The team are a friendly, diverse and above all inclusive team, it truly is a real pleasure to work at. Offering the right Early Years Practitioner / Nursery Practitioner the opportunity to work at alternative full time hours.

We would like to speak to driven, knowledgeable Nursery Nurse/Nursery Practitioner/ Early Years Practitioner/ Nursery Assistant looking for a next step within a supportive nursery setting.

This fabulous role offers the opportunity to progress within a well established growing Nursery group.

Can you:

  • Develop and maintain a safe but challenging learning environment for 0 -5-year-old’s
  • Recognise current and next steps in learning and make these visible in records, displays and journals.
  • Liaise effectively with parents and family members to promote the development of the child.
  • Provide the highest possible standard of care and stimulation
  • Work with children to develop their skills in all areas of learning from the EYFS
  • Liaise with other services for the benefit of the child
  • Liaise with families to promote development
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received
  • Support all junior/apprenticeship members and engage in a good team spirit
  • To be involved in, out of working hours activities eg: training, monthly staff meetings, fundraising events
  • Look upon the setting as a “whole” where can your help be most utilised, be constantly aware of the needs of children and other team members.
  • To be flexible within working practices of the setting. be prepared to help where needed.

We would like to speak with all Candidates possessing all of the skills below:

  • Previous Nursery Nurse experience
  • Nursery understanding
  • A proven track record
  • Previous childcare experience
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Has completed either, CACH, EYFS, NVQ, BTEC, NNEB, childcare qualification

Key areas for the Nursery Nurse:

  • to energise and enthuse children
  • Maintain a clean and tidy child-friendly environment
  • Teaching general life skills
  • Work with health and social care professionals
  • Liaise with parents/carers

Minimum Level 3 Qualified, flexible professional Nursery Nurse required for a beautiful nursery. This role is full-time and permanent. Please email your CV to abby@eyr.co.uk or call 01618330300.

SEN TA required for a long-term, full time job at a Primary School in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Early Years Recruitment are working exclusively with a fantastic primary school in Wilmslow. They are currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to start at the beginning of April until the end of the academic year. They require someone Monday to Friday, 8:30-3:30pm. You will be working with a child on a 1:1 basis in YR 6

The ideal candidate for this SEN Teaching Assistant job will have/be: 

 

  • Minimum 6 months experience as a Primary Teaching Assistant
  • Previous experience supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs
  • Ability to support teaching and learning
  • An approachable and caring nature
  • A flexible and hard-working attitude

The successful TA will have/be: 

 

  • Paid a competitive daily rate
  • Able to accrue holiday pay which can be taken at any point
  • Access to free safeguarding training provided by Hays Education
  • Ongoing support from a dedicated specialist consultant
  • Working in a vibrant and welcoming school within a highly supportive and collaborative team

Our client has a beautiful nursery in Stockport and are looking for a new member for their team!

 

You will provide a high standard of physical, emotional and social care and education for all children in the Nursery. You will be part of an experienced and supportive team who have many years experience of nurturing and training staff in the EYFS. You must be highly enthusiastic and committed to providing outstanding childcare.

 

Requirements:

 

Experience of working in a Day Nursery

A relevant childcare qualification Level 2 or above

Good communication skills, approachable and caring with a passion for working with children

An excellent understanding of safeguarding/knowledge of child protection procedures

An excellent team player

A paediatric first aid certificate is essential or a commitment to obtaining one

The position is full time.

 

You must be able to work 8am-6pm.