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Apply for this Part Time Early Years Professional Job in West Midlands

Job Reference:
Type of Position:
Early Years Professional
West Midlands
£10.00 hourly GROSS
Start Date:
Job Posted:
Temp / Perm:
Full / Part:
Part Time
Typical Hours:
7.30am till 6.00pm
Level 3 Childcare
Age of Children:
Birth to 12 years old

Part Time Early Years Professional Job in West Midlands

Job description

We're looking for experienced, reliable and committed nannies ready to work at a moment's notice.

Areas include:

Sutton Coldfield

· You might need to fill in for a regular nanny who's on holiday or ill.

· Perhaps there's a school inset day that mum and dad forgot to plan for.

· Or maybe little one has a temperature and can't go to nursery.

· Whatever the reason, the need is the same - for someone amazing to step in and help fill that childcare gap.

Candidates must have:

· Over 21 years of age

· Excellent verifiable references.

· Enhanced DBS check in last 12 months (or signed up to update service).

· Valid Paediatric 1st Aid Certificate.

· Flexible, reliable, enthusiastic and well-organised.

· Great communication skills.

· A smartphone owner.

Ideally will have

· Minimum 2 years' sole-charge experience.

· Childcare qualifications preferred.

If you are interested in this Part Time Early Years Professional Job in West Midlands, please apply now.

Branch details for this job

Tinies West Midlands & Warwickshire
Suite 1-2 First Floor
Centre House
Court Parade
West Midlands WS9 8LT
01922 682 232

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