Would you like to join an employee-owned organisation that has topped the UK 'Best Companies to Work For' lists for 15 years, as well as been rated 'World Class' for its respect and support of colleagues, and 'Climate Positive' for its environmental achievements?
Now is your chance! We have an opportunity for a qualified Nursery Nurse (level 2 or above) to join the team at our University of West Cambridge Day Nursery in Cambridge on a part time basis working 20 or 30 hours over 2- 3 days.
In return for the passion, energy and enthusiasm you demonstrate as you provide every child the best possible care and early years education, we are offering you a pay rate of £9.66-£12.21 per hour. If you are qualified to level 2 in early years you will earn £9.66-£9.87 per hour, and if you are qualified to level 3 or above you will earn £10.71-£12.21 per hour. Package
- 22 days annual leave increasing with length of service
- Potential for an annual tax-free cash bonus as an employee-owner
- Cash rewards for going 'Beyond Expectation'
- 50% childcare discount from day one
- Annual awards dinner, staff conferences and nursery achievement celebrations
- Unlimited recommend a friend scheme (up to £1000 per recommendation)
- Qualification reward payments
- Digital learning journeys and paperless planning
- £1000 welcome bonus is available with some of our roles
- Through positive interaction and purposeful engagement, you will ensure the individual needs of every child in your care are met
- You will create and maintain a safe and supportive environment both indoors and out, which enables children to confidently explore, experiment and grow
- The observations you record and share will celebrate children's achievements and identify their next steps of learning, which can collaboratively be supported both at nursery and at home
- You will respectfully engage with parents, colleagues and external professionals in order to successfully work in partnership to uphold children's well-being
You are passionate and enthusiastic about enabling children to become happy and confident learners who can reach their full potential. You're self-motivated, nurturing and enjoy working as part of a team to achieve incredible things.