Despite the challenges of the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis we are still recruiting for staff in our nurseries. We are only able to conduct telephone interviews at this point in time as we need to follow the Government’s guidelines on social distancing.
London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) is keen to hear from you and the Recruitment Team will be reviewing all applications. We will then be offering telephone interviews to successful candidates. We can then advise you on the next stage in the recruitment process. Please keep applying.
Our Noah’s Ark Nursery are seeking Early Years Practitioner to join their tight knit team. Located in Tower Hamlets, the nursery is an important community hub, providing much needed support for local families.
We are recruiting for an Early Years Practitioners who can create inspiring experiences for our children, whilst establishing a nurturing environment and encouraging bravery and curiosity in our children’s development. Our Early Years Practitioners will be a supportive team member and can work in a positive and compassionate way.
Age Range: Birth-5 years
OFSTED Rating: Outstanding
For 25 years I've been working with children here at LEYF and became the manager of Noah's Ark in 2011. I describe myself as calm, patient and approachable. Our nursery is special - not only because is it rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted - but it's also a purpose-built nursery with two garden areas. The team here work closely with the community and we recently won the LEYF Brave Award for our commitment to ensuring a safe and nurturing environment for our children. I believe that every child should be listened to, nurtured and that they should be free to develop in their own unique way.
We know it’s our people who make LEYF great. That’s why we value each staff member and offer:
● Pay and conditions above the national average in the nursery sector
● A nurturing, fun and value-led working environment
● An award-winning staff training and development programme
● The opportunity to make a real difference to children’s lives