Nursery Deputy Manager - Camden
JOB TITLE: Nursery Deputy Manager
LOCATION: Camden (NW1)
TYPE OF ROLE: Full Time Permanent Role
HOURS OF WORK: 40 HOURS Per Week
SALARY:£26,000 to £28,000 (depending on candidates experience and qualification)
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
Nursery registered in 2011 and is in the London Borough of Camden. The nursery operates Monday to Friday, from 8am to 6pm, for 51 weeks of the year and has a "Good" Ofsted rating
THE ROLE & BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
- Working as part of the management team providing professional leadership and management.
- Overseeing all rooms and effectively managing the staff team.
- Ensuring all children receive the highest standards of care and education.
- Ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and maintaining positive working relationships with staff, parents and carers.
- Ensuring staff are supported in their roles through the deputy's capable leadership and doing regular peer on peers, supervisions and appraisals.
- Overall management responsibility for the Day Nursery in the absence of the Manager.
- Assist the Manager in setting and implementing objectives for policies for the Nursery within the framework of the management committee.
- In conjunction with the Manager, to formulate, operate and evaluate a yearly programme of activities, following the guidelines of the National Curriculum, that is suitable to the age range of children.
- Identify the physical, emotional, intellectual, and developmental needs of children with special needs and offer support and relevant developmental opportunities.
- Liase with and support parents/carers and other family members.
- Liase with the Local authority and other professionals associated with the Nursery.
- Assist and work alongside the nursery's Manager and undertake any responsibilities delegated by the Manager.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
- Hold a level 3 or above in childcare
- Have at least 2 years’ experience current work experience as a nursery deputy manager
- Knowledge and proven practical experience of implementing good quality learning opportunities
- Excellent verbal and communication skills with children and parents.
- Ability to write reports and keep clear and accurate records.
- Excellent organizational skills & administrative and basic IT skills
- Calm and caring nature & ability to work as part of a team
- Deal with conflict in an appropriate manner
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