St Pauls Nursery School and Childrens Centre: Early Years Practitioner – Baby Room


The Job Role:

We really are a very happy team and try all we can to create a working environment in which everyone can be happy and thrive. Our Nursery is an outstanding provision, but there is still plenty more for us to all learn together, we just want to provide the very best for our wonderful, vibrant and diverse community. We also host Bristol’s Early Years Teaching Hub, so provide lots of fantastic training opportunities and welcome visitors from all over the world.

🔗Download the job description:: BG5 JD.doc


We are looking for practitioners who:

  • Have energy and passion for young children and their families
  • Are solution focused and not afraid of new challenges
  • Have real warmth and can build loving and trusting relationships with our children, families, team and community
  • Are committed to providing an inclusive and creative environment
  • Enjoy responsibility, having fun and thinking anything is possible!
  • In return we can offer:
  • A committed and highly experienced team, who will provide you with a great induction
  • Strong principles and values that underpin all we do
  • Supportive and challenging CPD opportunities, supervision, mentoring and coaching
  • A warm and inclusive environment with a focus on individual’s emotional well-being and work life support
  • Opportunities to ‘get stuck into’ things, take the lead, follow your interests
  • A vibrant community and excellent partnership working

Qualifications and experience required:

  • Knowledge & Experience – must have’s
  • Level 3 qualification in Early Years e.g. NVQ3, BTEC, NNEB
  • Knowledge of equal opportunities
  • Knowledge of child protection procedures
  • Experience in identifying individual children’s needs and contributing towards assessment of developmental progress
  • Knowledge of the EYFS

Abilities & Aptitudes:

  • Good communication skills
  • Effective and accurate verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work towards the creation of a caring and safe environment
  • Proven skills in organising activity to achieve defined targets
  • Proven ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to attend to children’s physical needs effect

🔗Download the person specification:BG5 Employee Spec

Hours, Contract & Pay:

Permanent Contract
£19264-£19650 – pending payrise


Complete BCC application form:

🔗Support staff application form 2016

and return to or by post to the postal address

Closing date:
17th August 2022 at midday

0117 9030337 – visits are recommended!