- Location: Lennox EE &CC, Redburn, Bonhill, G83 9EA
- Salary: £26,424.00 - £28,851.00 per year pro rata
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 35 hours per week
Applications for this job cannot be made online. Please refer to the advert for further information.
Please note the salary for this post is £26424-£28851 for Early Years Practitioners and £32034-£40206 for Teachers.
This post provides an opportunity for enthusiastic and motivated a individual to join our service at an exciting time of development and expansion within the Early Years Sector.
The role has been developed to ensure establishments benefit from an additional graduate, who will be a teacher, or a graduate level practitioner. If you have the skills and experience to support the implementation of the Blueprint for 2020 to deliver: high quality Early Learning and Childcare, excellence and equity for all children with regard to the development of physical, cognitive and social skills. This will be delivered through high quality experience for children which complements other early years educational activity to close the attainment gap.
The post is permanent 35 hours term time. Working hours will be driven by the service needs of the centre - flexible between 8am and 6pm.
For further information regarding the ELCC, please click the following link – http://www.west-dunbarton.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/early-years/find-council-elc-and-partner-elc/lennox-nursery-alexandria/
This post is considered as Regulated Work with Children under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 and as such membership with the PVG scheme is essential. Further details of this scheme can be found here.
Preferred applicants will be required to become members of the relevant PVG scheme, or undergo a PVG Scheme update check prior to a formal offer being made by West Dunbartonshire Council.
The employment for which you are applying is excepted from the provisions of section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Order 1975. Applicants are, therefore, not statutorily entitled to withhold information about convictions which for other purposes are "spent" under the provisions of the Act. In the event of employment any failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action.