200 West Heath Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B31 3HB

0121 475 2672

enquiry@wesththn.bham.sch.uk

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West Heath Nursery School

... a place where we feel safe, take time to think, reflect, have fun and experience success

  West Heath Nursery School

“a place where we feel safe, take time to think, reflect, have fun and experience success" 

 

Job Advertisement

Teaching Assistant Grade 3

32.5 hours per week, permanent, term time only

(£20,903 - £27,041 pro rata)

The Head Teacher and Governors wish to appoint a Teaching Assistant on a

Permanent contract to start

                                   2nd September 2021                                      

 

We are looking to appoint an effective EYFS Teaching Assistant to join our successful Nursery school; a practitioner who is able to work as part of our highly motivated team, committed to play based, child-centred learning and dedicated to raising achievement.

The successful applicant must have a Level 3 teaching assistant qualification or equivalent and have experience of working with children.

In your application form please give details on how you meet the person specification.

 

West Heath Nursery School can offer you a welcoming and friendly team who are committed to providing the best possible start for our children, commitment to your continuing professional development, delightful children and a supportive school community.

 

Closing Date: Monday 7th June 2021, 16:00 hrs, with interviews in the following week.

 

Please download further details, a job description, person specification and application form from the school website: https://www.wesththn.bham.sch.uk/our-nursery/vacancies

We strongly encourage potential candidates to contact the school to arrange an informal, COVID safe visit on 0121 475 2672 or email:

j.bignell@wesththn.bham.sch.uk

 Please download the Application Form, Job Description and Specification, Model Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy 2020

The Governing Board of West Heath Nursery School is committed to a policy of equal opportunities in employment whereby individuals are selected, trained, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits, skills and competency.