Are you a Level 2 or above qualified childcare practitioner looking for an exciting opportunity to work in a caring and supportive environment? Rosewood Children's Day Nursery is looking for a Lunch Cover Practitioner to join our dynamic team on a part-time basis.
Our brand new day nursery is set in the beautiful rural surrounds of Chipping Norton, providing a safe and nurturing environment for children to learn and grow. As a Lunch Cover Practitioner, you'll be responsible for supporting our team of practitioners during the busy lunchtime period, ensuring our children have a healthy and enjoyable mealtime experience.
You'll have a good understanding of EYFS and the ability to work effectively with young children. You'll be responsible for maintaining a safe and stimulating environment for our children during the lunchtime period.
At Rosewood Children's Day Nursery, we value our staff and offer a supportive and friendly environment that encourages learning and growth. We provide competitive salaries, ongoing training and development opportunities, and a range of benefits that include a pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement and free on-site parking.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of a brand new day nursery that is set to make a significant impact on the community. You'll work alongside a caring and supportive team of professionals, creating the most rewarding and fun place for children and families to attend.
We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with children and is looking for a part-time role that offers flexibility and work-life balance. If you're a Level 2 or above qualified childcare practitioner who is committed to providing high-quality care to children, then we want to hear from you!
This role is for 15 hours per week, Monday to Friday during the lunchtime period.
Submit your interest today and take the first step towards an exciting new career path. We will send you an application form and job pack to get the ball rolling. Tell us why you're the ideal candidate for this role and be a part of our vibrant and enthusiastic team.
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