Deputy Nursery Manager
salary: 29133.00 British Pound . GBP Annual
Headington, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Education
We would like to welcome a Deputy Nursery Manager to our established and friendly nursery team in Headington.
Work should be fun and we are looking for individuals who share that philosophy at SandfieldDay Nursery; part of Childbase Partnership who are an employee-owned company.
As a Deputy Nursery Manager qualified to level 3 or above you will earn £26,305.50 - £29,133 per annum (£13.49 - £14.94 per hour) working 37.5 hours per week.
You will work with the Nursery Manager to effectively deliver high quality standards of care, promote partnerships with families and external agencies and ensure every child thrives in a safe and secure environment. You will uphold all company policies and Ofsted requirements and ensure that colleagues do the same by role modelling outstanding practice within the rooms and offering appropriate mentoring and coaching as required. You will effectively manage parent queries and, in the absence of the Nursery Manager, you will assume overall responsibility of the nursery.
Our bespoke in house training programmes, and 2 inset days a year for whole team training, are designed to enhance your professional development and support career progression opportunities.
Our benefits package is designed to support you personally and recognise professional achievements:
* 25 days annual leave
* Potential for an annual tax-free cash bonus as an employee-owner
* Cash rewards for going 'Beyond Expectation'
* 50% childcare discount from day one
* Annual awards dinner, staff conferences and nursery achievement celebrations
* Unlimited £500 recommend a friend scheme
* Qualification reward payments
* Digital learning journeys and paperless planning
As employee owners we are committed to providing sustainable and socially responsible environments within all of our nurseries and encourage our children to get involved in a range of environmental activities and projects.
Successful applicants will need to provide 'right to work in the UK' documentation, undertake a DBS and provide a minimum of 2 satisfactory references prior to commencing employment.