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Deputy Nursery Manager, Croydon, Fennies Nurseries

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
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Deputy Nursery Manager, Croydon, Fennies Nurseries
United Kingdom, Great London, Croydon,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Deputy nursery manager


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About UsFennies is expanding! We are seeking a motivated, talented nursery management staff to be a part of our continued growth and success.We are looking for a Deputy Nursery Manager for one of our beautiful nurseries. This is a fantastic opportunity to work in an intimate, wonderfully resourced nursery setting.Our expert childcare team look after children from three months to five years.We require an experienced Deputy Nursery Manager who shares our vision to be wonderful in every way; someone who is bursting with enthusiasm and great ideas. You will have a natural affinity with parent partnerships and be focused on delivering excellent standards of care and education. You will be an exceptional team leader and be able to lead and inspire your future team as they in turn lead children through their amazing journey of learning and discovery; guiding and enabling them as they grow and develop.What will you be doing?You will be joining at a very exciting time for Fennies and will be responsible for the development and running of the nursery. Your responsibilities will be varied and far-reaching including;Achieving and maintaining the highest standards of careLeading and managing the staff team effectivelySupporting the management of staff recruitment and retentionManage the budget and occupancy levels effectivelyEnsure all policies are implemented and adhered to at all timesDevelop and maintain our excellent partnerships with parentsWhat are we looking for?You’ll be hardworking and hungry to learn. What really matters is someone that is passionate about our mission and values and who will add value to our culture. We’re looking for someone who thinks creatively and is not afraid to use their initiative to implement exciting learning opportunities that inspire both the children and their team.To be considered for this role you must hold a relevant Level 3 qualification or above.Your Fennies JourneyWe like to give back to our teams by nurturing your well-being through continuous internal training and an extensive well-being program. At Fennies, our values are accountability, diversity, quality and leadership and our practitioners thrive within this forward-thinking practice with added support offered from our wider collective of experts in areas such as education, communications, and HR.Qualifications and ExperienceAt least NNEB, CACHE level 3, NVQ level 3 or equivalent minimum. BA(Hons) or EYP an advantageSignificant post-qualification experience and relevant supervisory experienceExcellent knowledge and understanding of the EYFSExcellent organisational skills with the ability to work to targets and deadlinesKnowledge of health and safety legislationSignificant experience working within a large stettingExtensive knowledge and experience of delivering OFSTED standardsStrong people management skills with the ability to lead and motivate a staff teamKnowledge and understanding of equal opportunitiesPassion for delivering outstanding childcare and learningLots of energy and a positive ‘can do’ attitude What's in it for you?Bonus schemeBike to work schemeLunch providedPension SchemeUp to 33 days annual leave including bank holidaysRefer a friend bonus – up to £500Free uniform, training, DBS checkOngoing continuous development and early years quality training and mentoringFennies Fresh – discounted food from our in-house dinner takeaway serviceExcellent career progression opportunitiesRegular and refresher training in first aid and safeguardingIf you think you’d be a great addition to the team, we’d love to hear from you so get in touch today!

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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