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CAREERS IN DAY CARE WITH KIDDI DAYS

We are always looking for good staff to join our team at Range Road, Claremont Road, Daisy Bank and Pioneer Street. For more information please contact info@kiddidays.co.uk.

 

At Kiddi Days we value our staff.

Our employees stay with us and benefit from our generous salary and benefits package. In return we expect good quality of work, dedication and commitment to the children in our care.

Career Development and Training:

 

Working for Kiddi Days enables people to progress by accessing the wide range of training schemes that we provide (in conjunction with outstanding local colleges and training providers), including Level 3 NVQ in Early Years Care and Education, Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce (Early Learning and Childcare), Level 4 Early Years, Care and Education, Higher National Diploma (Level 4) in early years, early childhood studies/childcare and very good Apprenticeships.

 

Working at Kiddi Days, you can expect:

 

•Approachable and supportive staff and management

•Excellent remuneration

•Paid holidays

•Flexible working hours

•Career development – personal, educational and managerial

•Excellent and pleasant setting to work in

•A central support team.

 

Equal Opportunity

 

Kiddi Days Nurseries are committed to promoting equality of opportunity in all areas of employment, including recruitment, training and promotion.

We aim to create an environment where all our employees can develop their full potential regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or political beliefs. Selection for all posts is based on merit, and the individual having skills and ability to do the job.

 

Kiddi Days is committed to developing a workforce that reflects the community in which we operate. Our Area Manager in conjunction with the Quality Assurance Consultant co-ordinates Equal Opportunity across our sites as well as support the development of curriculum activities for the children in our care. Knowledge of ethnic minorities and the importance of equality are promoted to all our children. Kiddi Days are always looking for individuals from all ethnic backgrounds to help us achieve our aim.

 

To apply for any of the jobs listed below, please scroll down to our application form at the bottom of the page.

 

Job Vacancies

 

Job Title: Room Leader (Pre-School)

Nursery: Range Road

Salary: £15,210 – £16,000 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Manchester, Whalley Range, M16.

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – ROOM LEADER to join our team in 18 Range Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, M16 8ES

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

 

Position: Nursery Room Leader

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience and wellbeing.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for managing and supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with other staff to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.

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Job Title: Room Leader (Toddlers)

Nursery: Range Road

Salary: £15,210 – £16,000 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Manchester, Whalley Range, M16.

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

 

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – ROOM LEADER to join our team in 18 Range Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, M16 8ES

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

Position: Nursery Room Leader

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience & well being.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for managing and supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with other staff to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

 

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.

 

 

Job Title: Nursery Nurse

Nursery: Range Road

Salary: £14,625 – £15,015 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Manchester, Whalley Range, M16.

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

 

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – NURESRY NURSE to join our team in 18 Range Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, M16 8ES

 

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

Position: Nursery Nurse Level 3

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience & well being.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with Room Leaders to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

 

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.

 

Job Title: Room Leader (Pre-School)

Nursery: Daisy Bank Road

Salary: £15,210 – £16,000 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Manchester, Longsight, M14 5GL.

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

 

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – ROOM LEADER to join our team in 78A Daisy Bank Road, Longsight, Manchester, M14 5GL.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

Position: Nursery Room Leader

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience and wellbeing.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for managing and supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with other staff to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

 

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.

 

Job Title: Room Leader (Toddlers)

Nursery: Pioneer Street

Salary: £15,210 – £16,000 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Clayton, Manchester, M11 4FT.

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

 

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – ROOM LEADER to join our team in 37 Pioneer Street, Clayton, Manchester, M11 4FT.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

Position: Nursery Room Leader

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience and wellbeing.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for managing and supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with other staff to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

 

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.

 

Job Title: Nursery Nurse

Nursery: Claremont Road

Salary: £14,625 – £15,015 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week

Location: Moss Side, Manchester, M14 7NA

 

Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery is a chain of bespoke Nursery settings in and around Manchester. Our ethos is Early Years Education with emphasis on

EYFS for the babies to toddler and combined through the preschool ages. We also do provide After School services.

 

We are currently looking for an experienced NVQ Level 3 – NURESRY NURSE to join our team in Claremont Road (Claremont Sure Start Centre), Moss Side, Manchester, M14 7NA.

 

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar role and will be looking for a full-time position of 37.5 hours per week. Induction, he/she will be required to provide two (2) satisfactory references and complete a DBS check.

 

This job description is not fully prescriptive, but acts as a guide to the main duties and responsibilities most relevant to the role. See job description below:

 

Job Description

 

Position: Nursery Nurse Level 3

 

JOB PURPOSE

 

•To contribute to the provision of a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which all children can interact, learn and develop through play and structured activities both mentally and physically.

•Work as part of the Nursery team to ensure that children and families using the setting receive the highest standards of care and development in early year provision.

•Ensure children get the best start in life by working in close partnership with parents/carers to develop independence, confidence & self-esteem building children’s resilience & well being.

•Have day-to-day responsibility for supervising your designated room and any junior or voluntary staff within the nursery.

•To be part of and supervise a team to ensure the educational and social development of the nursery.

 

JOB ACTIVITIES

 

•To take a lead role in implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for all children completing appropriate paperwork.

•To identify and support staff in identifying each child’s individual learning steps and guide and assist each child unobtrusively, using the knowledge of each child’s development, interests and needs, preparing each child for transition to the next learning target.

•Be conversant with developments in childcare practice and use appropriate materials to stimulate education in relation to curriculum requirements such as the Early Years Foundation Stage Documents and Curriculum.

•To observe and record the development of each child using in house procedures at regular intervals according to their needs.

•Take a lead role in planning and support others in contributing to the planning.

•Alongside other staff, plan, develop and carry out a range of age-appropriate activities.

•To act as a key worker for a group of children and care for all children’s individual needs.

•Keep up to date records in the form of learning journeys for each child within their key group.

•Keep up-to-date records of achievements that are shared with parents and used as a basis for planning.

•Ensure all staff keep up to date with their own learning journeys through regular checks offering support where necessary.

•To be responsible for their own rota area, the reception of children, the preparation and supervision of activities, the display of children’s work and general displays.

•To contribute to the maintenance of all nursery resources pertaining to the daily care of all the children.

•Supervise and care for all the children at meal times, ensuring child independence is promoted by all staff at all times.

•Carry out and promote personal hygiene routines with children including nappy changing, toileting, and washing hands and promote independence in these activities where appropriate.

•Promote best practice within the team acting as a role model.

•Ensure staff within their team act in an appropriate manner and as a role models and follow the nurseries policies and procedures.

•Implement and oversee daily routines are followed by staff.

•Participate regularly in all nursery activities, team and staff meetings outside normal working hours.

•Participate with the management team in securing agreement in the roles, responsibilities and systems for Nursery Policy-making and communication.

•Supporting the Manager, Deputy Manager, Third in Charge and Supervisory Nursery Nurses in organising and attending events that publicise the nursery; these may include fundraising charity events and open weekends

•Be able to liaise with parents, organise and support introductory visits of new children.

•To organise parent/key-worker meetings and Pre-School staff meetings.

•In line with the nursery policy on parental involvement foster and encourage home/nursery co-operation.

•Recognise the importance of parental involvement and encourage parental involvement within the nursery.

•Promote positive images and attitudes for all and have the ability to help children respect people with different ethnic origin, gender, religion, ability and culture.

•Identify and bring to the attention of the designated officer all cases of child abuse and neglect and be constantly alert for any children at risk.

•To ensure confidentiality of information received and adhere to the Data Protection Act.

•Keep abreast of current developments and current issues and attend training as necessary.

•Attend regular training and complete all EYFS mandatory training.

•Execute administrative tasks when required to do so.

•Contribute to maintaining a clean, healthy, enabling nursery environment by undertaking certain domestic jobs on daily basis (e.g. preparation of meals and snacks, cleaning and moving of equipment and ensuring health and safety requirements are met).

•Ensure assessments/evaluations are regularly completed.

 

CONTACTS AND RELATIONSHIPS

 

•Assist the staff team in promoting the Nursery’s positive image and maintaining its reputation in the sector.

•To work collaboratively with all staff within the nursery.

•To liaise with Room Leaders to provide a smooth transition for children.

•To communicate with parents and other visitors in a calm, friendly and efficient manner.

•Participate in positively promoting a team approach within the Nursery, supporting children, colleagues and other professionals through a positive influence, based on a shared perception of the vision for the service to children and the wider community.

•To be responsible to the deputy manager and nursery manager and in their absence the third in charge.

•To work collaboratively with other agencies and professionals to support children with additional needs where appropriate.

•Liaise with the manager and deputy on staffing concerns.

•Supervise the Early Years delivery within the relevant setting.

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

•Have some responsibility for the delivery of an outstanding quality service within their role.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

•Promote equal opportunities and the recognition of diversity throughout the nursery and within nursery activities.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries equal opportunity and diversity policy.

•Liaise with parents/carers and other staff to ensure that all children have equal opportunities and experiences within the setting, while being aware of individual needs.

 

HEALTH AND SAFETY

 

•Record accidents appropriately on accident sheets, ensuring accidents are reported to the nursery manager, deputy or third in charge.

•Take a lead role for the safety of children including possessing knowledge concerning fire drill and evacuation procedures.

•Be responsible for evacuating their play room in an emergency.

•Take reasonable care to safeguard their own safety and that of others whom they work with.

•Handle and administer medicine safely and appropriately and are administered according to their instructions and the nurseries policies and procedures.  

 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN

 

•It is the responsibility of the post holder to commit to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children within the nursery.

•The post holder will undertake their duties in full accordance with the nurseries policies and procedures relating to safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children and child protection.

 

TRAINING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

•To regularly review own performance and continuing professional development needs.

•To develop a reflective and reflexive practice in his/her own role and skills.

•Promote reflection, positive thinking, enquiry and investigation in others.

•Contribute to the development of any student on work placement.

 

RESOURCE CONTROL/ADMINISTRATION

 

•To keep registers of attendance ensuring parents sign the register on arrival and departure of children.

•Inform the nursery manager or deputy of any changes in attendance.

•Ensure the confidentiality of information received.  

 

In addition, the post-holder will be expected to understand and be familiar with, and adhere to, all of the Nursery’s Policies and Procedures. This job description is not meant to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude towards the duties outlined which may be subject to adjustment at any time in consultation with the post-holder and in line with the needs of the nursery.