Working in partnership with CER, my client are the leading provider of early education and preschools along with employer-sponsored child care, back-up care, educational advisory services and other work/life solutions.
I am currently recruiting for 2 x Nursery nurses on behalf of my client based out of there Warrington Nursery.
The Nursery Nurse (NN) is a key carer for a specific group of children responsible for delivering exceptional care and education for children. The NN works within a team to ensure the nursery is compliant in all areas with an ultimate goal of going for Gold. The role of the NN is to support childrens development in partnership with parents, through observing, planning for next steps and evaluating. A NN has the responsibility of building strong partnerships with parents/carers and other professionals to ensure every child has an individual plan unique and aligned to their own needs and interests. This role requires working in collaboration with others and taking responsibility for working in line with regulatory requirements.
- Support and promote diversity and equality
- Ensure you work as part of a team towards a common goal sharing ideas and feedback to create consistency
- Demonstrate the HEART principles in everyday working life
- Demonstrate a proactive approach using your initiative and showing resilience to take responsibility for getting things done
- Work collaboratively, supporting all staff including learners, demonstrating appropriate behaviour and expectations
- Work in partnership with parents/ carers and other professionals
- Establish an open forum for communication ensuring time is always made available to meet with parents if necessary
- Create the right environment to offer a unique experience for our parents and children.
- Demonstrate and ensure good practice and compliance with the revised EYFS Framework through adherence to policies and procedures
- Understand the importance of keeping everyone safe and the part you play
- Practice positive behaviour management techniques
- Meeting the individual dietary, health, comfort and care needs of each individual child
- Have a child centred approach, ensuring the observation and planning process meets the needs of all children and their interests.
- Maintaining accurate and effective childrens records and completion of progress checks
- Attend staff meetings and training sessions including all mandatory training for continuous Professional Development
- Drive own development through active participation in appraisals, one to ones and requesting supervisions where required
- Promote the nursery to current parents and potential customers, taking a BOLD approach to stand out amongst competitors
- Use reflection to proactively take on board new ideas and initiatives including feedback from external professionals to enhance the nursery
- A full and relevant Level 2 qualification.
- A full and relevant Level 3 qualification
- A university Degree
- First aid 12-hour paediatric qualification
- A good record of on-going training and/or other relevant qualifications
- Experience working in an early year setting
- Experience in any role, which includes face to face work directly with children, within an early years context.
- Experience working with babies either in a professional home base or early years provision.
- Understand issues around child development to support all children including children with disabilities.Â
- Good knowledge of the Revised Early Years Foundation Stage (Curriculum frameworks) and Welfare Requirements.
- An understanding of your role in keeping everyone safe and how to apply child protection procedures.
- Able to work in partnership with parents and other professionals.
- Understand the importance of and fulfil the role of a key person.
- Understand the importance of ensuring equality and diversity in a nursery setting.
- Understanding what is important in determining high quality care and learning for young children.Â
- Understand and support childrens transitions.
- An understanding of confidentiality and its importance in the early years setting Knowledge.
- A basic understanding of wider legislative requirements for working with children
Essential-Skills and competencies-
- Able to have empathy and an ability to understand a childs view Show resilience and determination to succeed in the face of pressure and difficulties.
- Ability to identify concerns and resolve complex dilemmas in a fair, open and reasoned manner.
- Ability to communicate clearly with both children and adults using a variety of techniques.
- Ability to encourage team effort, support cohesion and champion motivation.
- Can reflect on and respond positively to direction to improve own performance. Know when to seek advice and support.
- Demonstrate a proactive approach and take responsibility for getting things done.
- Ability to self-manage, manage own time, be flexible, adaptable and embrace new ways of doing things.
- Demonstrate a good standard of literacy, numeracy and effective ICT skills.
Desirable- Skills and Competencies
- Information search skills gather many kinds of information by a variety of means