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Early Years Assistant (6hrs) – Wednesdays Term time:

The Hut Nursery & Pre-school is small setting with children from 6 months to 4 years all together, plenty of room inside and out to play and learn including a secure garden with mud kitchen, bike track and sensory planting as well as a soft play room and sensory room.

Due to increased numbers of children, we need an Early Years Assistant on a Wednesday starting from January until the end of the Summer term. Further hours may be available to cover staff holidays, absence or where numbers increase. Hours of work on a Wednesday would be 08.45 to 15.15. This job is in Twerton.

Early Years Practitioner (21 hrs/wk) Wednesday - Friday Term Time only.

We also have an Early Years Practitioner Vacancy working 21 hours/week, Weds, Thursdays and Fridays Term Time only. For this role, you would need to hold an Early Years Qualification, Level 2 or 3 or be willing to complete a Level 3.

Ideally you will have experience of working or volunteering with this age group and perhaps be studying or have completed an Early Years or Childcare qualification. We can provide access to Safeguarding, Food Hygiene and First Aid training for the successful applicant.

Salary: £9.00-£11.00 per hour            Start: ASAP

To apply, please read the Job Description and complete the Application form and email to: caroline@bathareaplayproject.co.uk

 

Job description: Early Years Assistant                  Job description: Early Years Practitioner

Application Form

 

Summer Playworkers & Youth Workers
BAPP are looking for friendly and playful people to work as part of teams supporting children aged 5+ yrs to have a fun time playing and socialising with their friends and families during the school holidays.

You should have experience of working with children or young people aged 5+, hold a relevant qualification if possible or be willing to attend training, have a sense of humour and willingness to give anything a go!

Some positions involve working with disabled children and children with additional needs and experience of working or volunteering in this area would be useful although not essential. A positive attitude and inclusive approach is just as important and we welcome applications from those looking to gain experience.

Playwork is hard work but incredibly rewarding, enabling and encouraging children of all ages and abilities to play in different ways. This may be creatively, imaginatively, physically, sensory and supporting the development of emotional wellbeing and resilience as well as responding appropriately to children's play cues, communicating effectively with children and their parents and supporting the child's right to play.

All posts require satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check which we will pay for. We will provide access to Safeguarding training, Paediatric First Aid as well as other more specific as required e.g. Hoist training.

Work is during main school holidays. You will be working with experienced playworkers who will support and coach you and we provide access to training.

 

For an application pack please email caroline@bathareaplayproject.co.uk

 

 

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