Frimely Road Ash Vale, Ash Vale GU12 5NZ, United Kingdom

Application ends: 31 March, 2023

Job Description:

Cherryvale Nursery

Trainee Nursery Nurse

Full Time/Part Time - Full Days

Monday - Friday, All year round

Salary ranging from £15,194 - £21,595 per annum

Cherryvale was established in May 1998 so celebrates an amazing 25 years this summer! The nursery boasts an impressive building which includes 5 different age group rooms, a 0-2’s sensory room and a Technology suite for the older children as well as an on-site kitchen that caters for lunch and tea for the children and lunch and beverages for all of the staff! We have 2 large separate outdoor spaces for the older and younger children and there is staff parking on site. We are close to the train station and there are also good bus links close by.

Here at Cherryvale, we go that extra mile with everything we do and pride ourselves in making sure that we look after and reward our staff team not only for the big achievements but also for the little day to day things as well. We are always having fun and planning an event or celebration from different cultural celebrations to a summer fete, nativity at the local church, Christmas parties etc

Cherryvale is an air-conditioned building, and we are lucky enough to have CG training and development based upstairs so we don’t have far to go when receiving training of which the company has lots to offer!

Benefits of working for Cherryvale

· Excellent career opportunities

· Wide range of in-house delivered training courses

· Access to extensive online courses for personal development

· Discounted childcare

· Flexible working

· Enrolled in nursery rewards programme

· Long service benefits after 3 years including - Discretionary sick pay, health place and increased annual leave

· Birthday day off

· Red letter day rewards

If you want to be part of our fun and dynamic team please contact us for more details!

As a Trainee Nursery Nurse, you will be responsible for the health, safety and well-being of the children in your care. As a keyperson, you will be allocated a group of children within your room, where you will build secure relationships with them and their families. You will support each child’s individual needs, interests, and learning whilst providing effective interaction within a fun and stimulating environment that allows them to explore & discover!

You will be provided with on-the-job training from our qualified team and the opportunity to join our in-house training programme and work towards becoming a qualified practitioner.

We are committed to ensuring everyone is responsible for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The recruitment process supports safer recruitment practices, and all staff are required to complete safeguarding training as part of their induction program. All successful candidates will be required to undertake a DBS check and references will be obtained.