Boys & Girls Nursery is a great place to work.
We are a family-run business that not only offers the very best care for babies and young children, but also provides staff with excellent terms and superb opportunities for career progression.
Whether you are looking for your first step onto the childcare career ladder or are looking for a more senior role, Boys & Girls Nursery could be the ideal place for you to develop your vocation.
Why work for Boys & Girls Nursery?
Ofsted recognises that all staff across the group offer excellent care to the children in their care.
We have a close-knit team that works very effectively together and with parents.
Boys & Girls Nursery is a popular place to work and we enjoy a low staff turnover.
We support staff in education and training, from apprenticeships to funded higher education.
If you are interested in working for us, please send your CV to the relevant nursery with a covering letter explaining why you would suit the role.
What could you do?
A nursery assistant is expected to support the work of the room leader and help to provide a welcoming, secure and caring environment for all the children in their care.
The role includes the planning, preparation, organisation and monitoring of programmes of work, as well as helping to assess, record and report on the development, progress and achievements of the children in their group.
Ideally, a nursery assistant would hold an NVQ Level 2 childcare qualification, but can be unqualified and willing to learn.
A nursery nurse is responsible for the welfare of children in their own group and across the whole nursery.
Educated to a minimum of NVQ Level 3 in childcare, a nursery nurse should ensure that their qualifications are up to date and should demonstrate commitment towards achieving additional qualifications.
This is a senior role for experienced practitioners who have achieved a minimum NVQ Level 3 in childcare.
In addition to having responsibility for the welfare of children in a group and across the nursery, room leaders work with the nursery manager to ensure that high levels of care are maintained at all times in an environment that is both purposeful and well disciplined.