Are you passionate about working in early years education?
We are looking for a committed, enthusiastic individuals to work within a thriving team of nursery practitioners who share our belief that every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support to fulfill their potential.
We are recruiting a variety of full and part time Nursery Practitioner roles to join our team of friendly and dedicated staff.
You will build relationships with children and their families, plan activities using the Early Years Foundation (EYFS) curriculum and monitor the children’s progress whilst taking into account the individual needs of each child.
Applicants must hold a full and relevant childcare and education qualification to NVQ Level 3 or equivalent, plus GCSE English Language and Maths at grade C or above.
A DBS check is required for all applicants.
We are also recruiting a part time Nursery Assistant role (a minimum of 10 hours a week 8:00 until 10:00am and/or 4:00 – 6:00pm – with the possibility of extra hours).
You’ll play a key part in ensuring each child best possible start in life, by providing a secure, safe and happy environment for them to grow.
You must hold a relevant childcare and education qualification to NVQ Level 2 or equivalent, plus GCSE English Language and Maths at grade C or above. A DBS check is required for all applicants.
Benefits of working with us
- Excellent opportunities for growth and development
- Competitive rates of pay
- 36 hour working week
- The opportunity to work for the prestigious University of Birmingham
- Free uniform
- Sick pay
- Generous holiday allowance
- Subsidised childcare
- NUS discounts
- And many more!
What our staff say
Sarah Locke, Deputy Manager, The Elms Day Nursery
“The University invests in our training and development so we are always at the forefront early years education.
I attend regular training on first aid, child protection and food hygiene courses with the rest of the Elms team. I have also recently completed my level 5 in management with early years, which was provided by the University.”