After School club Play Worker

Lincolnshire, NG23 Jovita Kirkham
Temporary/Part Time £18,333.00 - £18,333.00

Posted 18 days ago

Simply education working with the school who are expanding their wrap-around care provision from September 2022 to incorporate an after-school club. We are looking forAfter School club Play Workers to help create a fun and engaging provision for the  children beyond the school day.

 

Hours: 16.25 hours per week term time only (3.00pm-6.15pm Monday-Friday).

Contract: Temporary (1 year)

Payment: NJE Grade 1 (1) (£18,333 p/a)

 

Purpose of the Job: To assist the ASC Leader in the development, organisation and day to day management of the after-school club.

1. Main Duties:

To contribute positively to providing safe, creative and stimulating play activities to meet the needs of children aged between 4 and 11 years of age.

To assist in the planning, organisation, provision and evaluation of play sessions as part of a small team.

To endeavour to meet the individual needs of all the children attending The Treehouse and to help

provide a warm, caring and safe environment.

To assist where necessary with daily administration and record keeping.

To take responsibility for groups of children in activities as an individual or supported by other team

members.

To establish good working relationships with parents using The Treehouse and to provide opportunities

for feedback.

To be conscious of safety at all times, and to follow the Health and Safety policy.

To follow the school’s safeguarding policy and procedures.

To administer first aid as appropriate and to keep records of any accident or incident.

To carry out all responsibilities and activities within an equal opportunities framework and to promote

equal opportunities within all aspects of the work.

To work within all agreed policies and procedures.

To work supportively with the after-school club leader and senior leadership team.

2. Skills and Ability

Experience of working with 4-11 year olds.

A good knowledge and understanding of child development.

Understanding and commitment to deliver high quality childcare.

Ability to use a computer to support in planning and administration purposes.

First Aid certificate (training provided where needed).

• Basic Food Hygiene certificate (training provided where needed).

What you need to do now

 

If you're interested in this role of teaching assistant, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or please call Jovita Kirkham 01522370172

 

 

 

If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new job in education, please still contact your local Lincoln office for a confidential discussion on your career and different opportunities that are available.

 

REF: JOK-JBPS-LINC

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