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Early Years Key Worker - Fixed term vacancy until 31st July 2020
22.75 hours per week
- Mon-Fri 8.45am - 12pm
- 2 afternoons 12.30pm - 3.45pm
- Term time plus non-pupil days
Salary depending on qualifications and experience, starting at £9389 (FTE£17,364 + £609 fringe)
Due to a growth in pupil numbers, Briscoe Primary School is seeking an Early Years Key Worker to join our team at the Orchard. The Orchard is a provision for 2-3 year olds in a modern, purpose built setting on the school grounds. The successful person will be:
- Enthusiastic and motivated
- Qualified in Early Years
- An excellent team worker who is flexible where required
- Aware of the EYFS framework
In return, we can offer the successful candidate:
- The opportunity to work with our lovely children
- A responsive and involved leadership team
- A CPD entitlement for all staff
- Supportive colleagues who want the best possible opportunities for children
- A constantly improving learning environment
Visits can be arranged by contactingthe schoolat firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01268 727751. Please take care to complete the application in full as incomplete applications will not be considered.
We reserve the right to close the vacancy early so recommend that you submit your application at your earliest convenience. Please email your completed application form to email@example.com, or submit your application online via www.essexschoolsjobs.co.uk.
We are an equal opportunities employer.
Information about the School
Visits to the school can be arranged by emailing Penny Partridge on firstname.lastname@example.org, stating which Trust school you would like to visit. To apply for this vacancy please submit the application form online.
Briscoe Primary School & Nursery is a friendly, growing school that puts children first. We are well served by transport links and are close to major road networks.
The Trust is truly innovative and rewards outstanding staff for outstanding outcomes. The school calendar consists of 184 contact days, 5 non-pupil days and high quality additional continuous professional development for the equivalent of 6 days.
Trustees are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, medical check, prohibited from teaching check and references. References are taken up prior to interview.
For further information about the HEARTS Academy Trust please visit our website at www.heartsacademytrust.co.uk.