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Apply for this Part Time Creche Assistant Job in Herefordshire

Job Reference:
Type of Position:
Creche Assistant
£10.00 hourly GROSS
Start Date:
Job Posted:
Temp / Perm:
Full / Part:
Part Time
Typical Hours:
9am to 3pm, 12.30pm to 3.30pm, 9am to 12 midday
Experience with Early Years or Level 2/3 qualified
Age of Children:
0-5 years

Part Time Creche Assistant Job in Herefordshire

Job description

Are you seeking a flexible role around school hours?

Tinies Hertfordshire are working with a number of children's centres in the area of Leighton Buzzard and Dunstable to provide creches that run alongside parenting classes.
Salary £10g-£12g per hour

The sessions vary but will run in block bookings of 1 - 12 weeks and will take place on the same day, once a week. Hours vary from 9-12pm,12-3pm or 9:30-3pm
(For example you would attend a creche every Wednesday 9am to 12pm for 6 weeks)

Multiple creches running each term.

We are currently recruiting for Creche Managers and Assistants that can run these sessions.

Perks of the role:
  • Holiday pay
  • Award schemes and temp of the month reward
  • Free training for the creche's and huge discounts on further training
  • Further opportunities for other flexible work

  • If you are interested in this Part Time Creche Assistant Job in Herefordshire, please apply now.

Branch details for this job

Tinies Hertfordshire
Suite 5 & 11 Suffolk House
The Green
Wooburn Green
Bucks HP10 0EU
01727 844 040

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Tinies were friendly and really listened to our needs. They kept in touch at all stages of the recruitment process and contacted us afterwards to find out how things were going. I'd certainly use them again.
Claire, London