People are proud to live in Slough, where diversity is celebrated and where residents can enjoy fulfilling, prosperous and healthy lives.
1 full-time post, 37 hours per week
Driving quality and continual improvement in the early years is your passion too.
You are an experienced teacher with QTS, you are enthusiastic and passionate about wanting children to exceed which is why we want to hear from you!
A recent survey found “Slough the best place to work in the country” (Glassdoor research September 2017 and 2018)
As an experienced and outstanding teacher with management experience you will want to add working with the Slough Early Years’ Service to your career. You will manage the advisory team that provides high quality advice and support to early years settings across the private, voluntary and independent sector including the network of Slough Children’s Centre, maintained nursery schools and nursery class provision in primary schools.
As a passionate, creative and forward-thinking individual you are just what we are looking for to join our management team. We offer excellent professional development opportunities for staff and plenty of scope to build a rewarding career in this exciting sector.
In this key role you will formulate the strategic plans and manage a team of staff and early years advisory teachers to further develop the quality of early education and provide advice and support for the Early Years Foundation Stage to staff and partners across the early years sector.
Slough Borough Council offers excellent benefits to its employees: competitive leave entitlement, good pension, plentiful training opportunities and staff discounts with local retailers.
For an informal discussion about this post please contact Michael Jarrett, Service Lead Early Years and Prevention on 01753 476556.
Apply for this job online at www.slough.gov.uk/jobs Alternatively email email@example.com or call our 24-hour message line on 01753 875074 for a pack, outlining the reference number above. Minicom service on 01753 875030.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 29 August 2019 at 5.00 pm.
Interviews will be held week commencing 16 September 2019.
We value diversity.