JOBS at Watoto: 2 Early Years Practitioners

  • Full-time posts. 38 weeks per year (term time only)

  • Pay £10,000 – £14,000 per year (dependent on experience and qualifications)

Watoto Pre-School seeking to appoint two enthusiastic and dynamic Early Years Practitioners. They are particularly looking for staff that have the skills, experience and knowledge to be able to provide high quality early years education and childcare for our children.

Candidates must have:

  • An NVQ Level 3 / 4 qualification or above

  • Practical experience of creatively implementing the Early Years Foundation Stage.

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • 18 – 36 months post qualification experience of working with children aged between 2 and 3+.

Although not a requirement applications from speakers of Arabic, Urdu or Somali would be most welcomed.

Position is subject to enhanced CRB clearance.

Closing date Friday 10th October 2014

For an application pack contact Katie on 0114 275 1817



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