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Nursery Room Manager

Nursery Room Manager - York


? The starting salary is £18,895.50 for someone with a Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Education and Care (EYE)or equivalent qualification or
? £19,987.50 if the applicant holds a recognised Early Years Teacher qualification.

Our client is a charity providing quality childcare within the City of York.

They have three childrens day nurseries which provide full and part-time day care for children in the 6 weeks to 5 years age group.

Each of their nurseries are Ofsted inspected, offer home-cooked food and have their own outdoor play areas.

Currently they are looking to recruit a Room Manager to join their team in the toddler room at one of their nurseries.

It is a, full time, 37.5 hours per week position, working Monday to Friday on a permanent basis.

The successful candidate must be able to work flexible shift patterns enabling the nursery to offer care from 8am to 6pm.


? To be responsible for a team of Early Years Practitioners and to be proactive in team building, staff motivation and in developing the staff to their maximum potential.
? To be a positive role model.
? To provide a fully inclusive environment for children, staff and parents.
? To be fully committed to providing a stimulating, safe and caring Nursery environment which enables each child to reach their full potential.
? To ensure standards outlined in the Early Years Foundation Stage are met.
? To support the role of the Nursery Manager.
? To ensure compliance of Health, Safety and Welfare standards within the Nursery.
? To ensure good quality provision is delivered in all areas, such as catering, cleaning and general maintenance.
? To liaise with the Nursery Manager to ensure maximum occupancy levels.
? To analyse tracking ensuring that each child is fully equipped to move to the next stage of their care and education and reflect on changes / adaptations which may be required as a consequence.

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