Early Years Practitioner – Bright Horizons – Bishopbriggs

Bright Horizons

Nursery: Bright Horizons Bishopbriggs Day Nursery and Preschool

Salary: From £11.51PH (dependant on qualifications and experience)

Job Type:  Part Time / 20hrs / 11am – 3pm- Mon-Fri

Location:  Bishopbriggs

We are looking for a Part time, Level 3 Early Years Practitioner to join our Bright Horizons Bishopbriggs Nursery.

What we can offer you

Our benefits include, but are not limited to;

· Above industry standard salary, with annual salary reviews

· Discounted childcare of 50% for first child

· Up to 33 days holiday per year, with the option to buy additional days

· Smart Health access, including 24/7 access to Virtual GP appointments, fitness programmes and mental health support

· Huge variety of discounts across high street brands, utilities, and days out

· Financial support through early access to wages, low interest debt consolidation loans and more

· Refer a Friend Bonus, including New York Trip for 2 prize draw entry

· Access to a wide selection of training programmes, supporting your individual career path, with career development opportunities across our network of nurseries

· Employee Appreciation through our quarterly recognition weeks and annual Awards of Excellence gala’s

· Happy to Talk Flexible Working

Why Bright Horizons?

We care for over 25,000 children across the UK, across our portfolio of over 300 nurseries, 98% of which are rated Good or Outstanding by Care Inspectorate. We’ve been voted Great Place to Work for the last 17 consecutive years, as well achieving Great Place for Wellbeing and Great Place for Women.

Since 2005, we have supported the lives of thousands of children through our Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, supporting families and children in crisis – something we could not achieve without our Bright Horizons colleagues ongoing volunteering and fundraising.

What you’ll be doing

· Plan, create and implement engaging activities, tailored to each of your key children, to encourage their development towards key milestones.

· Observing, tracking and reflecting on learning

· Develop and maintain strong parent/ carer partnerships

· Promote and ensure child welfare, protection, health and safety and safeguarding procedures and policies are followed at all times

· Work with colleagues to maintain a positive, happy and safe environment on a day to day basis

What we’re looking for

· Full and Relevant Level 3 or above Early Years qualification

· Previous experience working with children (ideally as a Nursery Nurse, Nursery Practitioner, Early Years Educator, Nursery Assistant or similar)

· Passion for making learning fun and engaging for each child

· Ability to build trust and strong working relationships with both colleagues and parents

· Ability to use a variety of techniques to clearly and successfully communicate with both children and adults

· Strong knowledge and understanding of Safeguarding, Child Protection, and the wider legislative requirements for working with children

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