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EYFS Graduate Leader
£21,000 pro rata (depending on qualification)
For queries about this post, please contact Peggy Fenlon on 01273 671675. E mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Initially one year contract
To work as the EYFS Graduate leader, leading some areas of practice and supporting and working in partnership with the staff team to deliver the goals of the setting for children aged 0-5. The Graduate leader will meet consistently high standards and will play a key role as part of the leadership team to deliver effective practice in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Main areas of Responsibility:
To model excellent practice in all areas of the EYFS
To raise outcomes for children
To lead and support the team to deliver the EYFS by
co-ordinating the planning
modelling and supporting the process of child observations
modelling and supporting the assessment system, especially the individual child profiles
To take an active part in the quality improvement process at the setting, currently QuILT
To actively promote equality of opportunity and anti-discriminating practice for all nursery users
To lead some areas of practice and supporting and working in partnership with the staff team to deliver the goals of the setting
To show full commitment to the aims, values and principles of PACES for Brighton
To demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills when working with colleagues, families, community members and other outside agencies
To work effectively as a part of the established team
To prioritise the needs of the families and children attending the setting through demonstrating flexibility
To take full responsibility in the absence of the Nursery Manager and Joint Deputy Manager
Early Years foundation degree and working towards EYP Professional Status
Minimum of three years experience of working with under 5’s in Early Years Childcare and Education.
Excellent understanding of child development
Excellent understanding and working knowledge of child safeguarding procedures
Excellent understanding and working knowledge of equalities and inclusion issues
Good communication skills
Ability to implement change with the support of other staff members
Helpful, cooperative and sensitive to the needs and feelings of others
Ability to work as part of a team.
Excellent skills with a creative approach to learning and problem solving
35-37 hours per week term time only
PACES for Brighton