Nursery Jobs in Reading
Below are examples of previously filled nursery jobs, and other Reading childcare jobs from our archive (including nanny, maternity nurse, mother's help and doula) - for live vacancies go here
|Description||Job Title and Ref. No.||Location||Childcare Job Description and Requirements||Salary|
A home from home style of nursery with excellent standards based in Reading and high standards of care throughout their 3 nursery departments catering for children aged 0-5 years. The nursery is open from 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday for 51 weeks of the year
|ROOM SENIOR||READING||A qualified and experienced Nursery Nurse looking for the next step in their career is needed to work within the baby section of this nursery. The responsibilities of this job will include; deputising in the absence of the room leader, contributing to development records of the children, working as a key person to a group of the children, overseeing health and safety within the room.||
A warm and busy family in Oxford are looking for a flexible and helpful nanny to assist 5 days per week with the care of the 3 youngest children.Within this job there will be a certain element of helping around the house, and although the family employ a cleaner you will also need to clean up after yourself and the children!
|Nanny||Bracknell||Duties will include entertaining and caring for the 2 year old twins and also the 4 year old boy who is due to go to Preschool in September. The hours are Monday - Friday from 730am - 6pm, the family can be flexible so can work around a day off in the week if needs be. They really want someone to be a part of their family, help out with the 3 children and contribute positively to their children's development.||
£400 PER WEEK
|A primary school based in Reading catering for children between the hours of 0745am-1800pm Monday to Friday through the use of a Breakfast and Afterschool club. The school is divided into 3 seperate houses which regularly gain points through a series of sports and other academic activities.||KS2 TEACHER, YEAR 5/6 EXPERIENCED||READING||This wonderful primary school in Reading are looking for a fixed term contract KS2 Teacher to lead year 5/6 from January 2012 - July 2012. It is essential that you have sound experience in leading this age range and are confident in your decision making skills. A sound understanding of the curriculum and deliverance of this is also essential.||
This is a job with a lovely family in Reading are looking for a nanny to assist in the daily care of their 3 children for 3 days per week. 2 of the childen attend school and nursery so you would be responsible for transporting them to and from these places.
|PART TIME NANNY||WINCHESTER||Your duties would include transporting the children to and from nursery/school, providing age appropriate activities before and after school as well as commiting to nursery duties for the youngest child. Your hours would be 3 days per week from 7.30am - 6pm which would also include preparing the children suitable, healthy meals for the evening, packing lunch boxes and ensuring home work is completed.||
|An ad-hoc nanny is required to care for a young boy of 11 years from 6pm on a weekday for two days and one night. This is for March and then there will be 3 of these in May.||AD-HOC NANNY||HENLEY||Duties will include collecting the young boy from school at 6pm on a week day and then providing him with an evening meal, assisting with homework and then staying overnight, getting him up and ready for school, prepare breakfast and take him to school for 8am, this will then need to be repeated the following day.||
£151.00 per night
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