Level 3 Qualified Early Years Practitioner in Inclusive Provision

Location
Windsor Nursery School Parkfield Road Wolverhampton WV4 6EL
Salary
£20,444 - £22,129 pro-rata
Posted
19 May 2022
Closes
09 Jun 2022
Job Ref
CWCED000323
Contract Type
Fixed Term Contract
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Full-Time

 

Level 3 Qualified Early Years Practitioner in Inclusive Provision

35hrs per week, term-time only

3 year contract required for Autumn Term 2022 onwards

(1st September 2022 start)

NJC City of Wolverhampton Grade 4, pay points 7-11
(£20,444 - £22,129 pro-rata)

Windsor Nursery School is a dynamic learning environment serving children from the richly diverse local community, including children with English as an additional language, eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium and with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We would encourage applicants who have: a keen interest in working with children who are part of our Inclusive Provision, who have a commitment to inclusion and feel enthusiasm for the opportunities such a diverse community affords.

The successful candidate will join us at an exciting time with the expansion of our Inclusive Provision; have energy and enthusiasm to work with children with complex special needs, will be observant and will be motivated to engage in reflective practice and have a researching approach. He/she will have a passion for a child led curriculum, learning outdoors and indoors, and working as a member of a highly motivated team.  They will be an effective communicator with an interest and understanding in child development, the differing needs of children with complex special needs, and having a positive and celebratory approach to working with nursery and reception aged children with complex special needs.

An understanding of and commitment to the principals of Early Childhood Education, Equality of Opportunity and Safeguarding are essential, in addition to an interest in and understanding of the impact of special needs on young children and their families.

The successful candidate will hold a flexibility in their thinking, a nurturing approach with both children and families, and relish continually developing a responsive curriculum for children to experience and learn through adventure, risk and challenge. Learning in the outdoors is a key feature at Windsor!

We actively encourage visits to Windsor Nursery School.

The job description, person specification and application form for this post is posted below.

Completed application forms including reference details must be submitted by Friday 10th June 2022 at midday to Rebecca Pine rpine@windsorcentre.com

Only applications completed on the official application form will be accepted.
CVs will not be considered.

For more information about Windsor please visit our website: www.windsorcentre.com

The principles of safer recruitment are fully adhered to. Please note that following the shortlisting process, all candidates invited for interview will have both references taken up as these are required prior to interview. This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance.

The interview date is: Monday 20th June 2022

Supporting documents
Job Description and Person Specification.pdf
Application Form

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