Out of School Playschemes Coordinator (Maternity cover)

FTE: £26,919.36

Hours: Working flexible hours Monday-Saturday 36 hours per week.

Start date: July 2018 (for hand over period)

 White Lodge Centre supports disabled children, young people and adults, families and carers in Surrey and the surrounding areas.

We are looking for an experienced practitioner with strong knowledge of the EYFS and statutory regulations, to act as maternity cover for the Out of School Hours department. The position will involve coordinating a range of afterschool, weekend and holiday club provisions (including elements such as staffing, member bookings and activity planning), supported by the departments Admin Support.

The applicant must:

  • Hold a relevant child care qualification (Level 5 or equivalent)
  • Have experience working with 0 to 25 year olds with disabilities
  • Be an effective communicator and able to manage diverse teams
  • Have excellent IT skills including Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Be confident to manage challenging situations
  • Have experience in budget management and monitoring
  • Hold a full driver’s license, have access to their own transport, and be willing to drive during work hours
  • Desirable D1 on their driver’s license
  • Have enthusiasm to lead a team and continue to develop the service

 Full support and training are provided for this role.

Please click here to download the full job description. 

For further information please contact Terry Broom on 01932 567131 or email tbroom@whitelodgecentre.co.uk.

For an application pack please call 01932 567131 or email reception@whitelodgecentre.co.uk

Closing date: 11th May 2018

Please note if you do not receive a response within a week, your application has been unsuccessful

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The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check at an enhanced level, two references and an Occupational Health check. After a 6 months probationary period you will be entitled to six weeks annual leave and pension benefits after 3 months.

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