Early Childhood Practitioner (PKC07879)
£20,023 - £22,183 (36 hours per week, term-time only) - Fixed Term (for up to 12 months)
Crieff Primary School
Our aim is to provide child centred nursery early learning and childcare which responds to individual needs of children. Ability to work in a team situation is essential and a flexible approach to working with children is required.
We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic person, with a flexible approach, to join our large team at Crieff Primary School. Our aim is to provide child-centred Early Learning and Childcare (aged 2-5 years) which reflects and responds to individual needs and identity.
Ability to work in a team situation is essential and a flexible approach to working with young children and parents is required.
You should hold an appropriate qualification e.g. SNNEB, NNEB, HNC, SCQF level 7 equivalent or SVQ 3 in Childcare and Education or SVQ 3 Social Services (Children and Young People), as well as have the eligibility to register with SSSC.
Crieff Primary School would welcome applications from enthusiastic and preferably experienced ECP's, who have a genuine interest in taking forward current developments in early level/early learning and childcare.
You will show a passionate commitment to building relationships with families and staff within our nursery. You will be required to provide effective support and challenge to the children within our nursery linked to improvement and ensuring the best outcomes for our children and families.
If you wish to broaden your experience and feel you can make a valuable contribution to the future direction of early level/early learning and childcare, we would be very interested in hearing from you.
If you would like any more information regarding this vacancy, please contact Hannah Wallace, Depute Head Teacher on 01764 657888.
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