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Details of Positions

Playleaders

Hours of work: Monday – Friday (term time only)
After School Club: 15:00 – 18:00

(Breakfast Club where required : 07.30/08:00– 09:00)
Some holiday work may be available.

Job Description:

  • In charge of the day-to-day running of the After School Club, including setting up and clearing up.
  • Responsibility for the safety and welfare of the children.
  • Staff management.
  • Some daily paperwork.
  • Preparing snack, drinks and tea in line with club’s Healthy Eating Policy.
  • Supervising play opportunities with children.
  • Planning and preparation of craft activities and assisting children with these.

Playworkers

Hours of work: Monday – Friday (term time only)
After School Club: 15:00 – 18:00

(Breakfast Club where required : 07.30/08:00– 09:00)
Some holiday work may be available.

Job Description:

  • Assisting with the day-to-day running of the After School Club, including setting up and clearing up.
  • Preparing snack, drinks and tea in line with club’s Healthy Eating Policy.
  • Supervising play opportunities with children.
  • Contributing towards planning and preparation of craft activities and assisting children with these.

Qualifications:
A Level 3 childcare qualification is essential. (Level 3 in Playwork is preferred)

Current First Aid and Food Hygiene Certificates required.

Experience:
Playwork experience with children age 3 – 11 essential.

Rate of pay:
£7.00 + per hour, dependent on qualifications and experience.

Qualifications:
A Level 2 qualification in Playwork is preferred, or willingness to study for this.

Current First Aid and Food Hygiene Certificates an advantage.

Experience:
Experience with children age 3 – 11 preferred and experience of playwork a definite advantage.

Rate of pay:
£6.00 – £8.00 per hour, dependent on qualifications and experience.

The successful candidates will be lively, enthusiastic, well organised and self-motivated people who are able to work as part of a team and on their own initiative. They will have some leadership skills. They must be able to get on well with, and respect all children and adults, must be prepared to ‘muck-in’ with all tasks and must have a good understanding of safety awareness and risk assessment. They must be willing to undergo relevant initial and on-going training and CRB checks.

Two references will be required at interview stage.

A full CV (with no time gaps) is required prior to interview.

Successful candidates will be lively, enthusiastic, self-motivated people who are able to work both as part of a team and on their own initiative. They must be able to get on well with, and respect all children and adults, must be prepared to ‘muck-in’ with all tasks and must have a good understanding of safety awareness and risk assessment. They must be willing to undergo relevant initial and on-going training and CRB checks.

Two references will be required at interview stage.

A full CV (with no time gaps) is required prior to interview.

For more information on any of the above vacancies, please call Emma on 07876 775800

We also require Volunteer helpers at Clubs, to assist with the preparation of meals and with group activities with the children. If you have a few hours a week to spare would like to help out at a club, please call Emma on 07876 775800.

CONTACT US

For information on individual clubs, please contact the franchisee by phone or email (contact details can be found on the relevant after school club page).

Emma will be pleased to discuss any questions that you may have regarding Simply Out of School Franchises.

Contact us on 01656 372910 or email enquiries to emma@simplyoutofschool.co.uk

Alternatively, you can use the contact form opposite.

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