- Camden, England
- Negotiable depedning on experience
Baby room nursery assistant Temp (cover for maternity leave)
We are recruiting for someone available full time for 40 hours a week.
Shifts will operate from 8am-4pm, or 10.15am-6.15pm, or 9pm-5pm.
This is a position for the baby room in one of our bright and spacious nurseries based in Hammersmith and Fulham. We are looking for someone with previous experience working in a nursery and in particular the baby room.
• London living wage
• On-going training (including first aid & more)
• Fully qualified and friendly team
• Ofsted outstanding' Nursery
• Positive environment to work in
• To assist in the planning and provision of a stimulating learning environment that is appropriate for individual children and their developmental needs.
• To assist in planning and delivering appropriate activities that meet children's development needs, stimulate learning and reflect concepts of child development.
• To record children's development and learning and contribute to children's profiles and share with parents/carers and colleagues.
• To work with individual children or small groups of children as directed.
• To support inclusion by working with and contributing to IEP's, health care plans, looked after children plans and EAL programmes within the centre.
• To value parents by making them feel welcome and to encourage them to be positively involved in their child's learning.
2.Safeguarding, Health and Safety
• Ensure that through all of your practice the safeguarding of children is of paramount concern and that policy and procedures are followed.
• To advise Designated Safeguarding lead of any concerns, regarding children, parents, the safety of the environment, preserving confidentiality as necessary.
• Adhere to health and safety policies and procedures and to identify when to escalate issues.
• Undertake a visual health and safety check to identify any potential hazards and address them as required.
3.Other Duties and Responsibilities
• Attend meetings as appropriate.
• Communicate information effectively to parents and their children, using tact and persuasive skills and be aware of barriers to understanding.
• To keep completely confidential any information regarding the children, their families or other staff that is acquired as part of the job.
• Participate in supervision sessions and be actively involved in own professional development.
• Attend and play an active part in training, team meetings and any other relevant groups and meetings.
• Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant government guidance, local policies and national research.
Please note: We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £40.00