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East Dulwich Community Nursery is currently recruiting a Senior Early Years Practitioner to lead Curriculum and Education. If you?re a motivated with a passion for Early Years, we would love to hear from you!

The successful candidate will be driven to ensure that the children under their care develop and learn in a safe and supportive environment.

The essential criterion for this role includes:

? Minimum Level 4/5 qualification in Childcare

? Updated knowledge of the EYFS

? Experience working within a childcare setting

Candidates must be able to demonstrate:

? Clear and professional communication skills

? Strong Leadership and management skills

? The ability to support a staff team in the planning and implementation of a curriculum suitable for children aged 0-8 within the Foundation stage

? The ability to provide effective role modelling of best practice within nursery and all activity delivery.

? Ability to work autonomously, manage own workload and meet targets set.

For further information about this position and for an application form please contact: Natalie Boston on 02077376137 or email [email protected]

Salary dependent on qualification and experience

Closing date for applications: 5pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

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