Childcare Practitioner Breakfast Cafe FIF10652
Contract Type: Temporary until 30 June 2018
Working Hours: Monday to Friday, 1.25 hours per day (07:45 - 09:00)
Interview Date: Week commencing 4 June 2018
Before applying for this job, it is important that you read the Applicant Guidance by clicking on thislink and the attached Job Pack. These explain the job role and the type of person we are looking for. The main terms and conditions of employment are also available via the above link.
Childcare Practitioners are responsible for planning, organising and taking part in play and leisure activities for groups of children and young people aged between 4 and 14 years.
The work is varied involving activities ranging from art, crafts or drama, to taking children on outings, and from cookery to outdoor games or active sports.Requirements
You must be eligible to register with SSSC as a Practitioner and be educated to SCQF level 7, which includes HNC or Advanced Highers or equivalent, in relevant subjects to meet and maintain Scottish Social Services Council registration or be willing to work towards qualifications that will help you to maintain your registration.
You will normally be based in a single location but may be required to cover at other clubs in the area or to relocate to meet the needs of the Service.
Although a part time post during term time, you may be required to work additional hours during in service days and holidays.
Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.Responsibilities
You will be expected to provide full care for children including the delivery to school following Breakfast Club or collection from school in the afternoon.
You will assist in the preparation and service of snacks / refreshments for the children.
You will supervise the children in your care and where appropriate, engage in play activities with the children, actively encouraging the children’s participation at all times.
There may be times when you have to deal sensitively and appropriately with children and young people who may display challenging behaviour.The Individual
Experience of working with children aged 4 – 14 years in a play, care or learning environment e.g. an educational setting, nursery, voluntary organisation such as Scouting/ Guiding or Youth Work coupled with knowledge of the National Care Standards.
In Fife Council how we work matters and you will be responsible for being a role model by displaying and promoting behaviours that are expected of all Council employees:
- Take ownership
- Focus on customers
- Work together
- Embrace technology & information
- Deliver results
For further information please contact: Irene Roberts on55 ext 447161 or email