Early Years Support Worker

St Pauls Nursery School and Childrens Centre
£9 per hour
Contract Type: 
Part Time
Contract Details: 
fixed term contract
Details of Role: 

We are looking for an enthusiastic support worker to join our team to assist children with additional needs and disabilities to fully access the nursery learning opportunities and stay safe in our busy free flow environment.

We are looking for a practitioner who:

  • Can positively support  children to actively explore the learning environment inside and outside
  • Who has experience or interest in working with children with social communication needs and autism
  • Who are observant to children’s attempts to communicate and encourage the use of words, signs and symbols
  • Will work with the key person and other professionals to implement and monitor Individual Education Plans and small group sessions (Attention Autism and C&L)
  • Can work with the team to ensure all childrens safety in our busy nursery environment
  • Will support  children in all areas of their physical care including changing and specialist feeding
  • Enjoy  responsibility and challenge

In return we can offer:

  • A committed and highly experienced team with pedagogical leadership at the heart
  • Continuing training and professional development and full induction
  • A supportive and inclusive environment with a focus on individual’s emotional well-being

Working Hours –15 hours per week - term time only

Living wage paid at £9 per hour (before tax and deductions)

Fixed term contract till July 22nd 2020

  • Monday 8.30am-3.00pm (30 min unpaid lunch break)
  • Tuesday 8.30am-3.00pm (30 min unpaid lunch break)
  • Wednesday 8.30am-11.30am

Please contact the setting for further details. Visits are highly recommended.

We encourage potential candidates to visit the setting, prior to application, to give you the very best chance of success. Please phone the centre to make an appointment: 0117 9030337.


St Pauls particularly encourages applications from suitably qualified Black and Minority Ethnic candidates and those who speak community languages, although all applications are warmly welcomed and will be considered on their merits.


Safeguarding and Child Protection is central to our work and we expect all staff to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure

Closing date for applications September 30th 2019

Please contact Jet Davis for more information.

Closing Date: 
Monday, 30 September, 2019 - 12:00
How to Apply: 

Please complete application form and return by email to wendy.brandes@bristol-schools.uk or by post to Little Bishop Street, Bristol BS2 9JF

Contact Person: 
Eva Gossan
Contact Email: 
Contact Phone: 
Postal Address: 
Little Bishop Street Bristol BS2 9JF