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Part-time - Term Time only.
Fixed Term Contract.
(07/01/2019 to 31/08/2019) .
12.5 hours a week.
31/01/2019.

 

BURNLEY ROCKWOOD NURSERY SCHOOL, KINGSLAND ROAD, BURNLEY, BB11 3PU

Tel: 01282 426711
School website: www.rockwoodnursery.com
Rockwood Nursery is an `Outstanding' Nursery School (October 2014/2018). We cater for children from 2 - 4 years in flexible, full time and sessional sessions. Due to the expansion of our after school provision the Governors are looking to appoint a manager to develop and support the after school group and is able to provide exciting activities for the children who attend the group.

Interview date to be confirmed
Relevant Child Care qualification NVQ L3 EY (or equivalent)


Paediatric First Aid training
Food Safety training
Contact Faith Stringer (Headteacher)
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The Headteacher c/o the School. Application form attached. If you require a hard copy application, please email: recruitment@btlancashire.co.uk or tel: 01772 535353, selecting the Recruitment option (8am - 6pm). Please quote the job reference number. Return forms to the Headteacher at the School.

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