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    Apprentice Early Years Educator – THE BARN AT EMSLEY’S FARM, YEADON, LEEDS LS19 7DW

    • Type: Apprenticeship
    • Sector: Childcare
    • Level: 3
    • Vacancy length: 18 Months

    Company Name: The Barn at Emsley’s Farm, Greenside Farm, Warm Lane, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7DW

    Closing date: 04 Dec 2020

    Brief overview of the role: The Barn has a fantastic opportunity for a driven and passionate individual to join their team. You must already have a Childcare Level 2 qualification and be prepared to be a proactive member of the team, providing a safe, stimulating, and inclusive environment in which babies and young children are supported.

    Apprenticeship summary

    Working week: Shifts to be confirmed

    Total hours per week: 30 hrs per week

    Weekly wage: £124.50 per week

    Expected duration: 18 months

    Possible start date: 11 Dec 2020

    Apprenticeship level: Level 3 Apprenticeship

    Reference number: VAC001665244

    Positions: 1 available

    Vacancy description

    Brief description of responsibilities

    We are looking for someone:

    • To share the responsibility for caring and assisting, under the supervision of the Early Years Practitioner, with the activities for the early year’s children and assessing progress
    • This person would also be expected to be a keyworker to a group of children, which will involve regular assessments and planning
    • To work with groups or individuals within the pre-school in all curricular areas under direction of the Lead Early Years Practitioner
    • To carry out domestic duties such as tidying up, serving snacks, organising stimulating activities and changing children
    • To maintain confidentiality of information acquired in the course of undertaking duties of the school
    • To follow all school policies and safeguarding procedures

    Requirements and prospects

    Desired skills

    • Experience of working in schools and/or similar organisations
    • Experience of working within a multi-cultural environment
    • Evidence of working well within a team
    • Evidence of delivering quality play activities that extend and develop children’s skills and understanding of the world
    • An understanding of children’s learning through play and the ability to contribute and work as amember of a strong team
    • Experience of dealing with safeguarding issues
    • A commitment to achieving the best outcomes for each individual child
    • Effectively communicate orally and in writing
    • Maintain a calm level of professionalism at all times
    • An ability to create a warm, positive and motivating environment for children and parents/carers
    • Good time management skills

    Personal qualities

    • Energy and enthusiasm
    • Reliability and integrity
    • Sense of humour
    • Excellent record of health, punctuality and attendance
    • A commitment to the ethos of the school
    • Commitment to your continuing professional development
    • Adaptability to changing circumstances & ideas

    Desired qualifications

    • Level 2 Childcare along with relevant experience
    • Must have GCSE (or equivalent) grades A*-C/9-4 or Functional Skills Level 2

    Future prospects

    • Level 4 Advanced Childcare Practice & Management
    • For the successful candidate there is an opportunity for ongoing progression and employment within the school upon completion of the qualification

    Training provider

    EDEN TRAINING SOLUTIONS LIMITED

    Contact

    Sally Baldwin
    07764966256
    sallybaldwin@eden-ts.com

    Training to be provided

    We are looking for someone who like to work whilst they learn and during the apprenticeship to you will complete:

    • Development of the required knowledge, skills and behaviours
    • Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English
    • Gain valuable workplace experience
    • End-Point Assessment (EPA)

    Apprenticeship standard: Early Years Educator – Level 3

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