Job Vacancy: Early Years Practitioner (part-time)

Approx. 13.5 hours per week, £8 per hour
Application Deadline: 04 July 2017
Interview Date: 11 July 2017

We are looking for a reliable and passionate early years professional to join our friendly team at a popular village Pre-School, with an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’.

As a practitioner you will be an active member of the Pre-School team and as a key person to children under the direction of the Manager. Your hours of work will be 3 afternoon sessions, 1 morning session plus additional hours where required. You will provide safe, high quality education and care for young children that meets the individual needs of children attending the setting.You will have a Level 2 or above early years education and childcare qualification, knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) and have experience of working with children. A knowledge of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and experience of working with children with SEN would be desirable, but is not essential.

Long Wittenham Pre-School is an Ofsted ‘good’ rated Pre-School. We offer children aged between 2 and 5 years old the chance to develop and grow at their own pace in a safe, stimulating and exciting environment, both indoors and out. Our experienced, qualified and dedicated team pride themselves on bringing out the best in every child by focusing on building up close relationships with the children and offering focused and varied activities. Our Forest School sessions at a nearby woodland site offer fantastic opportunities for children to explore the outdoors and gain independence.

Long Wittenham Pre-School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant must demonstrate an awareness of safeguarding and child protection procedures.

You can download an application pack here:
Job Description
Application form (Word file)

Or contact Jenny Caw by email: or telephone 07788137168 for an application pack.

Please note that due to the nature of this post, we will seek details about a successful applicant’s criminal record from the Disclosure Barring Service before any appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings, as well as convictions.