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Senior Nursery Worker 3-5's Vacancy In Southampton


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The Pre-school Learning Alliance is a leading early years Charity, also the largest voluntary sector provider of childcare services. We have an exciting opportunity in our Woodlands Nursery based in Southampton. The nursery is part of a group of full daycare nurseries opening across England to provide childcare and support for young children and their families and works in partnership with the Southampton City Council and the DCSF.




If you join the Pre-school Learning Alliance, you will receive 25 days annual leave (pro rata), a company pension and regular access to training and development opportunities.


Senior Nursery Worker

£13,738 - £15,750 p.a. inclusive Local Weighting


Ref: NNWOO5-3

All senior nursery workers will need a minimum level 3 early years education and childcare qualification or equivalent and will supervise nursery staff working in their specific area. Candidates will also require specific experience as follows:

• Foundation Stage

With post-qualification experience of early education and childcare, you will be responsible for planning and delivering a foundation stage curriculum for children of three to five years of age. You will need a thorough understanding of child development.


All posts are 40 hours/52 weeks, unless otherwise stated. CV’s will not be considered.


Closing date for completed applications: 12 Noon, 17th July 2009.

Interview date: 28th July 2009.


For further details and an application form please send a large envelope with a large stamp to Pre-school Learning Alliance, South Division, The Fitzpatrick Building, 188 York Way, London N7 9AD or call us on 0207 6972599. Alternatively you can e-mail us at southdivision@pre-school.org.uk ensuring you quote the job reference number.


Further vacancies will arise across the country, visit www.pre-school.org.uk for details.


The Charity is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and equal opportunities in employment.

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