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Opportunities with BHT Early Education and Training
At BHT Early Education and Training we employ over 100 staff, working in a variety of roles across a range of areas, including: Early Years Education & Childcare; Language Communication & Development; Management; Training; Administration; Caretaking and Cleaning & Housekeeping.
Language Development Worker
Do you have excellent communication and listening skills and enjoy working with both adults and children? BHT Early Education and Training are looking to appoint Language Development Workers to work across the Bradford District alongside our staff teams and other professionals, delivering a variety of early intervention and preventative services and activities to support young children in their language and social development within homes, Primary Schools and Early Years Settings.
Parents play a central role in our work, which is delivered in partnership with them: a strong commitment to this approach is essential. You must also be able to demonstrate commitment to the on going development of your own skills and knowledge.
You may not have previously worked in a language support role but you will undergo a full training programme during your probationary period.
You will have a minimum of level 3 or equivalent qualification in work with children, a minimum of 2 years’ experience of working with children aged 0-5 and their families is essential, as is a full drivers licence and use of a vehicle.
These posts are funded through Better Start Bradford which is a community-led partnership programme working with families to help give children the best possible start in life. The programme covers Bowling and Barkerend, Bradford Moor and Little Horton, due to the diversity of these communities we would welcome bilingual applicants.
Salary: £18,500.00 /year
For an application pack please call Carole Simpson on 01274 730415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Positions will be offered based on a successful interview, DBS check and suitable references received.
The closing date for applications is Friday 30th June 2017 at 4pm.
Interviews will take place on 11th and 13th July.
Late applications will not be accepted.
Please do not send CV's with application.
BHT at Holme Wood
Lead Practitioner 37.5hrs per week
NJC Scale 13 - 17
£16,491 - £17,772 per annum
BHT at Holme Wood provides high quality full-day and wraparound care for children aged 0- 5 years.
We are looking to appoint a highly experienced Level 3 or 4 Practitioner; excellent references and a sound understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage are essential to lead within our baby room. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their ability to work across all the age ranges but with a specific focus on 0 – 2year olds, liaise effectively with partner agencies, be confident in leading on an Ofsted inspection and show that they are committed to their own on-going professional development.
If you are an enthusiastic practitioner who wants to work for an organisation that is committed to providing excellent services and supporting and developing its staff we would like to hear from you.
For an application pack or to discuss the post call 01274 470141 or email email@example.com
The closing date for applications is Friday 30th June 2017
Late applications will not be accepted.
All successful applicants require an Enhanced DBS.
Please do not send CVs with application.
BHT is a place where my child and I feel welcomed, valued and at home. The practitioners show that they are very educated, professional and friendly through interactions with myself and my child. By reviewing my child’s development with her key person, it is clear of the benefit nursery has on her education and the interactions she has with others.
Many thanks, you are a great team.
The guidance I receive at BHT makes a huge impact on the development of my daughter. I value the importance of sharing interests and strategies to give my child the best early years education possible. This shows through the most recent monitoring documents completed, as she is ahead in all stages of development.
"Supportive and adapt to each child’s needs".
"My child is happy, so I am happy – keep up the good work. She is learning valuable skills which will assist her throughout her whole life"
"The menus that my child has been introduced to has inspired me to cook these dishes at home"
"Thank you to all the staff, my child has learned so much"
"All staff are kind, considerate and welcoming, they always answer any queries and most importantly look after my child well"