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Job Reference:
Type of Position:
Deputy Manager
Bolton , Lancashire
£20,699 yearly GROSS
Start Date:
Job Posted:
Temp / Perm:
Full / Part:
Full Time
Typical Hours:
37 Hours Per Week
Level 3+ Childcare Qualified
Age of Children:
0-5 Years

Full Time Deputy Manager Job in Lancashire

Job description

Tinies are working alongside a prestigious private education provider's onsite Nursery, and supporting the recruitment of 2 x Nursery Practitioners and 1 x Deputy Team Leader.

* Deputy Team Leader
* Excellent salary - £20,293 - £20,699 pa & pension scheme 6%/10%
* 37 hours per week
* All year round contract / Nursery closes for Christmas

* Free Lunches
* 20 Days Holiday + Extra between Christmas & NY + Bank Holidays
* Easily accessible
* Free Employee Assistant program for staff & family members

Deputy Team Leader Responsibilities:
• As a Deputy Team Leader it is essential that you are a support system to your Team Leader and also to the other Team members within your designated play area, in the absence of your Team Leader.
• Consider the dynamics of your immediate nursery team. In the absence of the Team Leader it is important to remember that you have the role of co-ordinator.
• Make sure that at all times the children within your care experience a warm and stimulating environment.
• Make sure that the relevant documentation and registers are completed for legal and nursery requirements in the absence of the Team Leader.
• Support parents and staff at all times and handle difficult situations with professionalism at all times.
• Make sure that the designated playroom is in accordance with the Children's Act 1989 and the Nursery policies.
• Ensure that the Deputy Manager/Nursery Manager is aware of any shortfalls within your designated room.
• Be committed to attending any extra meetings out of works time and also any social functions to support the nursery.
• Support the Nursery Manager and Deputy Manager in the development of the Nursery and its personnel.

Nursery Duties Specific to the Care of the Young Child:
• To attend to any child's physical, emotional, social and cognitive needs whilst offering the child the opportunity to advance in their language development.
• To supervise children at snack and mealtimes, nurturing good manners and social skills.
• To assist in the planning, implementation and participation in a variety of activities by age/stage of development appropriate to the child.
• To be aware of each child's ability encouraging and developing their self-esteem and independence during the day.
• To follow the Nursery and Foundation Equality Policies by ensuring that you deal fairly with all children, parents and other adults at all times, showing awareness of others' protected characteristics, as defined in the Equality Act.
• To recognise the role that parents have already played in the early education of their child and that their continued involvement is crucial to successful learning.
• In consultation with the Nursery Manager, team leaders and parents, assist in identifying a suitable care plan when accommodating children with special needs.
• To ensure that the nursery is a safe and healthy environment. To report any concerns or problems to our health and safety co-ordinator, who in turn will advise the Nursery Manager/Deputy Manager.
• To seek advice of a designated first aider in the event of a child having an accident at nursery. To ensure completion of any necessary documentation at the time.
• To ensure and maintain the health, personal hygiene and dignity of each child in the Nursery.
• To carry out any other duties as may be required within the position of Nursery Nurse.
To implement the necessary health and safety, fire, accident and emergency procedures in accordance with the Nursery's policies.
• To carry out all nursery tasks in accordance with the shift/rota system. It may be necessary to carry out additional duties, temporarily, in the absence of colleagues.
• To liaise with colleagues when finishing a shift, advising them of any information which is to be relayed to the parents when the child is collected from Nursery.

General Duties:
• Comply with and promote the Foundation's Health and Safety Policies and Procedures and maintain a safe environment for pupils, staff and visitors ensuring that reasonable care is taken at all times for the health, safety and welfare of yourself and other persons.
• To be familiar with relevant policies and procedures and to take responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of the children and young people in School.
• Carry out any other reasonable duties as may be required from time to time within the context of the post.

If you're interested in this opportunity, please contact Hayley on 0161 543 0123 [email protected]

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Tinies Northwest
44 Stockport Road
0161 543 0123

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