Pre-School Centre Salary: £21,197 to £23,144 pro rata Closing Date: Sunday 04 December 2022 Interview Date: Monday 12 December 2022 Reference: 1336-22
The Pre-School Centre at Lancaster University currently has opportunities for Early Years Practitioners to join our Outstanding Pre-School Centre in Spring 2023.
Roles available include full time, equivalent to 36.5 hours per week and part- time.
Working directly for Lancaster University, and in addition to the many benefits this affords, you will further benefit from 25 days Annual Leave per year in addition to Statutory Holidays and Closure days.
Both roles offer a great opportunity to join an Outstanding Early Years Education setting, with the successful candidates joining a team of experienced and enthusiastic practitioners, who are dedicated and committed to the delivery of high-quality individualised learning for each child who attends the Centre.
The Pre-School Centre is open approximately 48 weeks of the year with closures at Easter, Christmas and all Bank Holidays. It caters for approximately 200 children between the ages of 3 months and 5 years.
Based on the stunning Lancaster University campus the staff and children make full use of the facilities afforded to them across the campus, with visits to the Eco-Hub, Cinema and Orchards to name but a few.
Successful applicants will be passionate about Early Years, have knowledge about child development and be able to participate in offering an exciting and inspiring curriculum for the children in our care.
All applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS.
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