Nursery Nurse

Posted 14 May by Staff Match

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An opportunity has arisen for level 2 or level  3 Nursery nurse to join a friendly nursery based in St Albans, Hertfordshire. If you enjoy doing exciting activities with children under 5 years of age and have good knowledge of EYFS curriculum don’t miss out apply immediately.   

Person Specification:

NVQ level 2 or level 3 Childcare qualification or equivalent

Knowledge of EYFS Curriculum and supporting children under 3 years of age

Basic Food Hygiene Certificate (Desirable)

Paediatric First Aid (Desirable)

Some of the Nursery Nurse responsibilities will include:

  • Key worker responsibilities to a small group of children ensuring their individual, physical, emotional and educational needs are met
  • To record children’s development and accurately maintain learning journals
  • Building positive relationships with families and careers.
  • To comply with all nursery policy and procedures
  • To work with EYFS curriculum and ensuring delivery of learning opportunities in a fun and caring environment.   
  • To share the responsibility of hygiene and cleanliness with the nursery and report any hazards to the nursery manager  
  • To promote the equal opportunities framework across the nursery
  • To attend monthly staff meetings, training and open days as required


Training ongoing support and career development

Due to the nature of this job, candidates will be subject to UK eligibility checks together with Enhance Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks

For immediate interview please email Staff Match your up to date CV or call

Application questions

Do you have a level 3 childcare qualification?
Do you have previous experience working in a nursery setting?

Reference: 52430008

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