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Nursery Key Worker

£9.00 - £10.00

Term-time only opportunity – “Outstanding” Ofsted rating

Working hours: Term-time only, working 5 mornings per week as a minimum requirement, 8.15am-1.30pm. If you would like additional hours, you can work between 2 and 4 afternoons a week until 3.45pm.

Are you looking to join a reputable nursery who are recognised by Ofsted as “outstanding”? Are you looking to work for an organisation who embody their vision of equality for all within a modern-day environment, welcoming children from two years and above with a wide range of abilities. The nursery welcomes mainstream and special needs children, playing and learning together without barriers, as well as offering a variety of personalised support.

We are looking for a vibrant and enthusiastic Nursery Key Worker to join this passionate and dedicated team. The Nursery Key Worker will follow EYFS guidelines and help to provide innovative and creative opportunities for the children to grow and develop in a safe and stimulating environment.


  • To be prepared and willing to assist (under supervision) with any child in the nursery class regardless of the severity of their disability
  • To act as key worker and focus on specific children’s needs
  • To be fully aware of and to put into practice all health and safety and safeguarding procedures
  • To follow any behaviour modification programmes
  • To have an understanding of child development
  • To be aware of child’s therapy and other needs from class file and to follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines
  • To carry out observations, assessments, learning stories and keep profiles up to date
  • To carry out SEN plans and the relevant paperwork

Requirements: For this role you will need to have NVQ level 3 qualification or above in Childcare and relevant experience working with young children with special needs. This role also requires full referencing and a DBS check.

If you are looking to work in a truly nurturing place to work and where the team are passionate about providing an inclusive environment for all children, call us or apply today!



  • Sales Advisor
    £30000 - £30000

    Driven? Ambitious? This could be the job for you! 

    We have an exciting opportunity for an ambitious and target-driven Sales Advisor to join an established financial services company located in Watford. This telephone-based role will involve creating and building relationships with brokers, identifying new business opportunities, educating your accounts on the company’s products and services, in addition to managing your own extensive sales pipeline.

    This is a full time role, working Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm with the amazing potential to earn uncapped bonuses. 

    Along with the opportunity to build long term relationships and manage accounts, your key responsibilities will include:
    - Using effective questions to establish business mix, behaviours and goals
    - Creating and managing a panel of engaged and supportive intermediaries
    - Building and executing a contact strategy to maintain effective connections
    - Ensuring the intermediary has the correct product information and support them throughout the sales process
    - Working alongside colleagues to ensure business objectives are met
    - Helping to drive the commercial success of the business

    This is a great position for someone who enjoys sales so if you’re looking for a role where you can build relationships whilst earning uncapped bonuses please apply today!

  • Support Worker
    £8.79 - £10.33

    Become part of a caring, supportive and trusted network of Support Workers, providing emotional, physical, spiritual and psychological care to adults with learning disabilities. You will have an NVQ in Social Care at Level 2, in addition to coming to this role with the right attitude, behaviour and values to really make a difference in people’s lives.

    This is a full time role (35 hours per week) based in Golders Green.

    General day to day responsibilities are:

    • Improving the emotional, physical, spiritual, cultural and psychological wellbeing of adults attending the establishment.
    • Exploring and understanding people’s strengths, passions and interests, using this knowledge to help determine a responsible support for individual’s needs.
    • Building confidence and self-esteem, creating opportunities to enable relationships in the local community.
    • Organising a wide range of activities including exercise, cooking, arts & crafts, drama, music, gardening, shopping trips and other special occasions.
    • Completing paperwork where necessary.
    • Assisting and supporting individuals with medical/health needs, including maintaining a high level of cleanliness and hygiene.
    • Committing to showing dignity and respect at all times.
    • Using own initiative and creativity to engage those supported.
    • Complying with policies and procedures as set by the organisation and regulatory bodies including the Care Quality Commission & the local boroughs.

    What’s important here is a willingness to learn and develop new skills whilst remaining positive and encouraging. You have the opportunity to really make a difference to people’s lives, supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence and enjoy life in the communities that we live in. Moreover, you’ll have the most supportive team around you to help you do just that. 

    If you’d like to make a difference, please apply for this role today.

    Due to the nature of this role, the selected candidate will be subject to a DBS check carried out by the employer.

  • Mortgage Underwriter
    £26000 - £30000

    Are you an experienced Mortgage Underwriter, working within regulated the first and second charge market? Are you CeMAP qualified or equivalent and do you enjoy advising, underwriting and processing mortgage applications to find the right outcome for the customer? We are currently recruiting for a new role due to company expansion within a well established financial services company. The organisation is looking for committed individuals and in return will review your salary on successful completion of your probation.

    As an Underwriter you will:

    - Ensure clients receive the very best advice possible for their circumstances
    - Process applications
    - Build and maintain relationships with third parties to ensure applications are completed on time
    - Respond to incoming customer telephone calls, identifying and meeting customer requirements
    - Complete all related underwriting and administration activities including chasing required documentation in order to complete customer applications
    - Carry out Credit Reference checks when required on all applicants 
    - Ensure compliance including complying with Money Laundering/Fraud Prevention/Data Protection/FCA regulations and individual compliance with the company’s TCF policy.

    You will have previous mortgage underwriting experience and be part or fully CeMAP qualified (or equivalent). You will have experience of handling queries with excellent communication and administration skills. This is a busy role and offers the opportunity to take ownership of cases and see applications through from initial enquiry to completion. 

    Benefits include private healthcare, pension, salary reviews and free parking. If you would like to join a growing organisation who already has a huge amount of experience in their sector, apply today!

  • Part Time Administrator
    £11200 - £11200


    18-20 hours per week

    Flexible hours and days, Thursday is essential

    Are you looking for a part-time position which will stretch and challenge you? Do you have experience to give to an organisation but you can’t find that exciting role to fulfil your passion? We have an exciting opportunity where you can really make a difference, supporting the team with a variety of administrative tasks and working in an extremely professional organisation. This position is ideal for a self-motivated person who wants to join a company who are truly unique and a cut above their competitors.

    The ideal person will be have:

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills: handle telephone and email queries
    • High level MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, and other computer programmes: minute taking, updating the database and other systems
    • Organisational skills: Maintain systems to ensure the office is organised, efficient and orderly and all paper and electronic documentation and data is held securely, efficiently and in compliance with data protection regulations
    • Administration skills: excellent attention to detail is necessary in all aspects of this role

    If you’re looking for a role that delivers flexibility in the workplace, a friendly environment but also engaging work to make the days fly by then apply today.


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