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Early Learning and Childcare Trainee aged 25 and over job role in Alloa

Here's more detail on this full time contract role in Alloa placed by Clackmannanshire Council ending on 3rd June 2018


Early Learning and Childcare Trainee aged 25 and over

Description: Posted by Clackmannanshire Council - Job Description

As a member of a nursery team the Early Learning and Childcare Trainee will be actively involved in the delivery of an effective Early Years Service that meets

the needs of children and their families in line with policy and procedures.

The trainee will work to achieve a SVQ level 3 Social Services (Children and Young People)

The trainee will be involved in planning and implementing an appropriately balanced high quality child centred Early Years Service whilst providing a caring, safe and welcoming environment for children which will allow each child to develop at their own rate. Planning will be guided by current national guidance for example, Curriculum for Excellence and other relevant material.

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Requirements

This post is considered regulated work with children and/or protected adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. You will be required to join the PVG Scheme or undergo a PVG Scheme update check prior to a formal offer of employment being made by Clackmannanshire Council.

Should you have difficulty in accessing the documents and wish to request a paper application pack along with an application form please call (24 hrs) and leave your details along with the reference number of the post.

Please note that if you are selected for interview you will be notified by e-mail.

Applicants must seek permission for a secondment, from their line manager, prior to applying.

Date Posted: 17/04/2018

Listed Until: 03/06/2018

Location: Alloa, UK

Employment Type: contract, full time 35-40 hours

Salary: GBP £15531


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