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Level 3 Qualified Childcare Practitioner

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Organisation:
Cambridgeshire County Council
Hours:
15.00
Salary:
£19,264 - £19,650
Working
Pattern:
Permanent
Location:
Trumpington Park Early Years and Childcare
Reference:
25180
Closing date:
15 May 2022 at midnight
We are recruiting for a number of full and part-time positions in both the pre-school and the wraparound care, term time only (38 weeks)

About Us

Trumpington Early Years and Childcare is a 52-place setting and is open from 7.30am – 6.00pm, term time Monday to Friday. It operates a pre-school and wraparound provision, including school age children up to seven years old. The setting was recently inspected by Ofsted (18th October 2021) and received a Good inspection judgement. TEYC is a relatively new setting and Cambridgeshire Early Years Service took over the management of it in April 2020.

Role Opportunities

We are recruiting for a number of full and part-time positions in both the pre-school and the wraparound care. The positions available range from unqualified and qualified childcare practitioners to deputising the wraparound care. We would also be interested to receive applicants who have a background in support children with SEND. If you wish to discuss this further then please do not hesitate to contact the setting on 01223 491664.

Job Overview – Qualified Childcare Practitioner (Level 3 in Early Years)

The Qualified Childcare Practitioner will provide a high standard of care, education and play for children. The role involves working as part of a team in order to provide a safe environment for children to play, learn and help them develop basic behavioural and social skills.

The successful candidate will be able to build and maintain strong partnerships with parents of the local community to enable the children’s development needs to be met. They will be required to work within an existing supportive team and have good communication skills. They will also have a good knowledge of safeguarding, equalities and SEND.

This role is subject to DBS clearance. Applicants must provide two references as we are unable to process your application without them.

We offer:

• A salary at Grade 2, (£19,264 - £19,650 per annum, pro-rata)
• Excellent index-linked, defined benefit pension scheme including life assurance benefits
• Outstanding occupational, sick, maternity/paternity and shared parental leave schemes – well above the statutory minimum
• Generous annual leave entitlement increasing with length of service and ability to buy more
• Training and development

Please evidence on your supporting statement how you meet the essential criteria of the person specification.

For further information, please contact Samantha Beldam:

Samantha.Beldam@cambridgeshire.gov.uk or 01223 491664



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