Iver Community Childcare CIC is a small community interest company, based in a close knit but diverse village community. We run Tiny Toes Childcare as well as holiday play schemes. We currently have vacancies for Nursery Lead Practioner and summer play leader/nursery practitioner.
Nursery Lead Practitioner
Tiny Toes Childcare are looking to recruit two practitioners to join our small team based in Tiny Toes, a full year day nursery catering for children aged 0-5.
The position would be full time, 52 weeks a year, 40 hours a week. Salary up to £21,840/year depending on experience. 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
We are looking for experienced practitioners with level 3 or above qualifications who would be happy to join us on our journey as we move from a more traditional way of planning towards planning in the moment, embracing child initiated learning to its fullest.
Applicants must be able lead practice, work and communicate well with the team, mentor junior staff and students, have an excellent knowledge of child development and be able to share this with parents, have a kind, calm and caring disposition and enjoy spending time interacting with children. We are not looking for someone who enjoys paper work!
Ideally applicants will be able to start during September/October 2018.
Closing date for applications 22nd August 2018
Enhanced DBS will be required.
Apply now with covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01753 654 546 after 11am for more details.
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Volunteer Youth Workers: Advert on behalf of Iver Youth and Community Services
We are seeking to recruit a team of Volunteer Youth Workers to deliver a new youth provision for young people in the Ivers and surrounding areas. Training in Safeguarding, Behaviour Management and First Aid will be provided.
Main purpose of the role:
To work as part of a team providing young people with a safe environment to socialise, to deliver an activities programme and to support the learning and development of the club’s members.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- To work within a team of volunteers to plan and run youth sessions
- To supervise activities
- To adhere to the club policies
- To attend relevant training courses offered by Action4Youth
Volunteers should have:
- A strong commitment to young people and an understanding of the factors affecting their lives;
- The ability to provide reliable support to young people in times of stress and act with integrity;
- Good organisational skills;
- An accepting and non-authoritarian approach;
- The ability to work independently and as part of a team;
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to establish good relationships with young people;
- Enthusiasm, patience, tolerance and flexibility;
- A sense of adventure and a willingness to try new things;
- The ability to treat young people’s concerns with respect, tact and sensitivity, whilst always being aware of the limits that are required by confidentiality and the necessary boundaries that govern the youth/youth worker relationship.
- Full training will be given