|Type of Position||Centre Manager|
|Temp / Perm||Permanent|
|Salary||£ 27000.00 to £ 31000.00 per annum -|
KiddyKare are recruiting for a Centre Manager in Wokingham
The role is to oversee the setting with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the early years. The hours are 37.5 hours per week, all year round.
The post holder is responsible for ensuring that the planning, day to day running and development of the Centre is carried out in accordance with the aims of the organisation.
What we need from you:
Roles and responsibilities:
Meet with the management team regularly to ensure consistent policies, procedures, and processes exist and are consistent between Centres.
Work within agreed annual budget to ensure that funds are spent efficiently as planned
Support and supervise staff, volunteers and students and to promote the principles of Dingley's Promise - particularly our wellbeing strategy and Equity Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan.
Contribute to strategic planning at an organisational level, making sure the views of the Centre and the team are represented.
Attend Board meetings once a year
Write termly Centre newsletters for families alongside Family Support Worker and Communications team.
Children and Families
Manage waiting list to ensure children can access the service in a timely manner, that families have support while waiting and that children are prioritised for services according to need.
Arrange home visits for all new families
Support families directly, ensuring that they understand what Dingley's Promise can offer them, and potential different routes for their child alongside the Family Support Worker.
Establish, develop and maintain a stimulating curriculum with a range of activities, equipment and displays to facilitate the educational, social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of children.
Work in partnership with parents to ensure that families are aware of development records, assessments/ progress reports, individual targets and contribute to multi-agency assessments and observations for their children.
Facilitate sharing provision with mainstream settings by liaising closely with other professionals and arranging to support them during periods of change or transition.
Support Family Support Worker to identify families who can become parent reps and ensure that family views are always considered in the development of the Centre.
Log all activities on the system, ensuring that key KPIs are always accurate and reflect activities in the Centre.
If this is a role you would be interested in please apply or call to speak to one of office team on 01628 675828!