Required for 36.25 hours per week, term time, on a permanent basis. Through the medium of Gaelic, you will plan a curriculum which supports and guides children’s all round learning and development, and plan and organise the play session taking into account the needs of every child.
You must have proven childcare experience working with young children and their families in an early years setting and a qualification that meets the Scottish Social Services Council’s requirements for Practitioners.
You should have knowledge of child development and how children learn, knowledge and understanding of play and its importance in young children’s learning and development and a knowledge and understanding of Curriculum for Excellence, Pre-birth to Three, Building the Ambition, How Good is Our Early Learning & Childcare? and the National Care Standards.
The ability to speak and read Gaelic is essential.
The salary quoted is inclusive of Distant Islands Allowance. Appointment to the post will be on the first point of the grade.
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