We are passionate about fulfilling our mission of supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and be included in the communities in which they live. If you have the energy and enthusiasm to help grow our success – read on to see the current vacancies. We are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team.
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Kisharon expects all staff to share our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. An Enhanced DBS criminal check will be required.
Nursery Key Worker
Tuffkid Nursery, London NW11, Ofsted rating “Outstanding” 2011 & 2016.
Hours: 5 days per week, term time only (3 days a week 8.15am-1.30pm & 2 days a week 8.15am – 3.30pm)
Salary: According to experience + qualifications
We are looking for a vibrant, enthusiastic Nursery Key Worker to join our passionate and dedicated team and work with special needs and mainstream children, following EYFS guidelines.
Kisharon takes pride in developing its staff to high standards and encouraging staff to improve their skills. Applicants who do not hold an NVQ3 will be supported to complete this.
Tuffkid brings extensive experience in nurturing the early development of children from 2 to 4 years of age. The Nursery Key Worker will help to provide innovative and creative opportunities for children to grow and develop in a safe and stimulating environment which has Kisharon’s Jewish ethos at its heart.
Competitive salary, excellent training and development as well as a caring and passionate place to work.
Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role, or contact Neha Mehta, Senior HR Advisor, email@example.com for more information. Queries: 020 8201 8488.
Support Workers, Adult Services
Casual contracts over weekdays, evenings, overnights and weekends
We have a fantastic opportunity across our services to support people with learning disabilities. It is a very rewarding role where you will see the difference you can make to someone’s life.
As a support worker, you will provide person-centred support to people with learning disabilities by promoting independent living and providing opportunities for greater independence, choice and control over their lives.
We are seeking individuals who can bring enthusiasm, compassion, inspiration and confidence in supporting people with complex and challenging needs.
Our support services operate a rota that is based on a rolling pattern of early, late, waking nights and sleep- in shifts throughout the year including weekends and public holidays, so the ability to work flexibly and on shifts is essential.
Ongoing training and development will be provided. A patient, pro-active approach is required, as is willingness to develop new skills and be a positive team player.