Before and After School Club Deputy Manager

£12.00 per hour Part time Term Time Only 05-07-2019 Level 3 childcare qualification
Before and After School Club Deputy Manager

We are looking for a Before and After School Deputy Manager to work in an exciting and expanding setting within Norwich City Centre. We are looking for candidates to work with us from September, although training opportunities are available earlier.

Qualifications/Experience:
- Level 3 or higher in Childcare or Early Years Education.
- Knowledge & Experience of working with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage - planning activities to meet the EYFS Early Learning Goals, written observations and Keyworker responsibilities.
- Experience of managing groups of children from YR to Y6.
- Experience of supporting children with behavioural, social and emotional needs.
- Paediatric First Aid/DBS/Safeguarding/Food Hygiene

Duties:
- Day to day running of the club
- In absence of Club Manager, preparing and setting up activities, register/boards updates & reporting via email to SYS any issues as they arise, answering parent queries & directing staff to their daily tasks
- Behaviour management
- Supporting monitoring to ensure all children’s medical needs are met. Knowledge of dealing with children who have allergies that may need treatment from an EPI PEN.
- Daily face to face contact with parents - dealing with queries and passing on information.
- Liaising with relevant school staff - Teachers/TAs, SENCO and office staff.
- Keeping up to date with Safeguarding policy & requirements.
- Health, Safety and Food Hygiene Management including daily checks and daily diary.
- Create signs and notices & maintain parent information board.
- Follow fire safety regulations & conduct fire drills

The After School Club runs from 3pm - 6pm Monday to Friday during term time. The Before School Club runs from 7.50am - 8.50am Monday to Friday, during term time.

20 hours per week

Pension available

The applicant must have experience within a childcare setting. They should be passionate and enthusiastic, punctual, organised and have good communication skills.

Set Your Sights is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. A fully enhanced DBS check is required for this role.

We will provide a competitive and attractive hourly rate and level of responsibility to the right applicant.

Set Your Sights aim to provide a fun, safe and inspiring setting to allow the children to enjoy every moment in our care, while giving our staff development opportunities to expand their role to oversee a number of settings.

For more information, please contact Tom or Laura