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Nursery Deputy Manager
Witney (Full Time, Permanent)
£23,000 - £24,000 / Year
Skills:  NURSERY, Qualified 3 in CHILDCARE, Qualified 4 in CHILDCARE, Qualified 5 in CHILDCARE, Qualified 6 in CHILDCARE, NURSERY Deputy Manager, Nursery Assistant Manager



NURSERY DEPUTY / ASSISTANT MANAGER


Job Location: Witney, Oxfordshire

Salary Guide: up to £24000 dep on experience

Full Time: 40 hrs a week

Perks: Lovely small family company

This newly opened setting are looking for a deputy manager to work alongside the manager of the setting in growing occupancy and team, based in Witney with good accessible transport links.

Nursery Deputy / Assistant Manager Requirements:
• Have a minimum Level 3 Childcare / Early Years Qualification
• Experience of leading and supporting teams the manager in the daily running of the setting
• At least three years’ experience working in the Early Years sector
• Excellent knowledge of the EYFS curriculum
• Full up to date knowledge of current childcare practice
• Have excellent written and verbal English.



Staff Benefits:
• Pension Scheme (auto enrol if eligible)
• Holiday Entitlement – 20 days plus Bank Holidays
• Further Training Offered
• Great staff discounts
• Other company perks including shopping discount vouchers




Job Description:
• Relevant skills for working with children aged 0 - 5 years.
• A good understanding of children's development, together with the EYFS Curriculum
• Experience of leading and supporting a team
• To plan, prepare and review the curriculum with your team reflective of the EYFS
• To work alongside the Nursery Manager in achieving outstanding childcare
• Organisational skills with the ability to work to targets and deadlines
• Good understanding of marketing and supporting the Occupancy within the Nursery
• To be motivated and able to motivate children and staff
• An ability to work on own initiative.
• An ability to communicate effectively with parents and build a relationship of trust with them.
• To possess a reasonable standard of literacy and the ability to write reports as appropriate.
• A willingness to work as part of and contribute positively to the staff team.
• A willingness to attend staff meetings, training courses and nursery parent's evenings as appropriate.


Please apply for interview by forwarding your CV to us: We look forward to talking to you and discussing the role anytime - 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 2pm on Saturday