Vacancies

Nursery Manager

FSN is looking to recruit for a highly
motivated & dedicated professional
 
NURSERY MANAGER
At Greenway Nursery, Waterworks Road, Hastings
Providing a warm & welcoming environment
(42 place nursery – 0-5 years old)
 
Salary from £23,836 per annum – 37 hours p/w, All Year
depending on qualifications/experience
*Successful applicant will be required to undertake an
enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
 
Applicants will have a minimum NVQ Level 3 in Childcare, as well as 2 years proven leadership skills, experience of managing or deputising in a nursery setting and have excellent knowledge of EYFS & Ofsted requirements.
 
The role of the Manager will be to lead practice across the Early Years Foundation stage, promote excellent performance, and to support and mentor practitioners.
 
In return FSN offers a competitive salary, a pension scheme, a group life assurance scheme, a fantastic working environment together with excellent training and development opportunities
 
FSN embraces diversity and inclusion in the workplace and actively promotes working without discrimination.  We are a disability confident employer and committed to interviewing disabled people who meet our minimum criteria for the post
 
Closing Date:  Monday 27th January 2020 – 12 noon
 Interviews: Friday 31st January 2020
 
Download an application form together with a Job Description,
and Person Specification from our website;
www.fsncharity.co.uk
or email: jearl@fsncharity.co.uk
 
Registered Charity No. 208446
 
FSN is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share this
commitment in every aspect of their work.

 

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Job Location:

Hastings and St Leonards

Job Posted:

10th January 2020 ( Ends: 27th January 2020)

Application Instructions:

Download and submit an application form and equal opportunities form. Alternatively you can contact FSN on 01424 423683 or email jearl@fsncharity.co.uk.

SuccessES


"Volunteering at the Health and Wellbeing drop ins I have supported attendees with engaging into activities, not only at FSN but in the local community. It’s great to have access to all the activities and information not only for our service users but also for myself. I really enjoy supporting the community and being part of the hub team!
“I have come along and attended various courses at FSN but also attended the computer and Health and Wellbeing drop ins. Coming here as made me in such a better place, everyone is so supportive! I feel so much more confident, I have found myself again. I love it here!"

- Health and Wellbeing Hubs

"I started to volunteer with FSN in the Health and Wellbeing Hub in July 2018. In September I started a Level 3 course at FSN through another of their projects and I am also looking into doing a degree in psychology next year. Once I complete the degree I hope to start a new career path and help others and work towards removing the barriers to mental health. The course started me on this new path and changed my life!"

- Wellbeing Hubs volunteer

"The Community Learning courses have been a valuable resource for our clients looking to improve their mental health and wellbeing, as well as providing insight to self-management/coping strategies to build resilience. Our clients have reported they have found them interesting, informative and easy to engage with due to the welcoming and supportive staff and informal setting."

- Community Connectors, Southdown

"Everyone was kind and never judged everyone"
"Sometimes I find it hard to control my feelings, actions, but I understand this now"
"It was fun and creative"
"I have got more friends now since starting the group"
"I learned that you should share your feelings"

- My Time Too children's comments

I do feel that safeguarding and wellbeing of the children is fully prioritised and staff go to great lengths to support families and children. The Nursery demonstrates empathy and works hard to ensure fairness for families/children here. Really stands out as 'safe space' for children.

- Health Visitor - St. Nick's Nursery