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After School Club Practitioner

Gullane Community Children's Hub


After School Club Practitioner

Gullane Community Children's Hub Apply Now
Salary £8,320 to £9,568 per year Location GULLANE Hours of work Part-time (16 Hours) Training provider Q train Closing date 15/06/2023 Qualification SCQF Level 7
This employer is part of the Disability Confident scheme. This means if you identify yourself as disabled, and meet the minimum criteria for this job, you should be offered an interview.

Job overview

Our after school club practitioners provide support and care to Primary School aged children who attend the Hub. They work cooperatively within a small staff team, collecting the children from school each day and preparing an interesting and engaging environment, ensuring the health and safety of all and building rewarding and nurturing relationships. Our practitioners contribute to all aspects of daily life at the Hub and may also be able to work additional hours across some of our other services (Breakfast Club and Playgroup).

What will I learn?

A range of skills will be developed in this role including teamwork, effective working with children, knowledge and understanding of a range of childcare policies and procedures, knowledge and understanding of childcare frameworks and standards.

What qualification or qualities are required?

You’ll have a head start in this vacancy if you’ve completed a Foundation Apprenticeship in a related field. We’ll need you to provide evidence of your qualification and show you gained the relevant skills from your placement

A childcare qualification is desirable, but training can be provided.
Personal qualities that are essential are a caring approach, empathy, effective communication skills, willingness to learn and work cooperatively in a small staff team.

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