Early learning & Childcare in North Lanarkshire is going through a period of transformation change. By 2020 funded placements will almost double to 1140 hours a year, for all three and four year olds and eligible two year olds.
Are you interested in continuous professional development, ensuring staff have the skills and competencies to deliver the highest quality of service possible?
Do you have the experience, dedication and the enthusiasm to help us build on our successes, support our transformational change programme and show inspirational leadership in these exciting and inspiring times?
Are you child centred and have an understanding of child development?
If so, then we want to hear from you.
We are now recruiting for the pivotal role of Lead Early Learning Practitioner (Gaelic Speaker) across various locations in North Lanarkshire.
The successful applicant should be fluent in Gaelic and have extended working experience in an Early Years setting, along with the ability to support others and address the needs of both staff and children in a supportive manner. The ability to lead and work with a team to meet service requirements is essential.
You should possess an NNEB/SNNEB Certificate or HNC or SVQ3 in Early Education and Childcare with the additional HIV and First Aid Modules, or equivalent, and meet the registration requirements of the SSSC.
You will require to become a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme member prior to commencing in this role.
For further information please contact: Sandra Black, 1140 Expansion Officer, Blacksa@northlan.gov.uk, 01236 812825