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We currently have two vacancies: Growing Minds Project Manager and Administrator in our Nursery.

Growing Minds Project Manager - Oxfordshire

This is an exciting opportunity to join a ground-breaking initiative run by three Oxfordshire-based early years charities to address the gap in educational attainment in Oxfordshire. Growing Minds aims to improve school readiness in Littlemore and Berinsfield by providing a continuum of support for families from birth until their child is five.

As the Project Manager for Growing Minds, you will lead on fundraising for the future of the project and make a significant contribution to its strategic direction. You will also be responsible for the operational running of the project, overseeing delivery plans, ensuring smooth working and communication between partners, and reporting to funders.  You’ll have the option to extend your hours and manage other projects within Peeple, delivering services in Oxford supporting parents and children to learn together.

You’ll need to have experience in partnership working and project management, and be ready to rise to the challenge of fundraising for this innovative project.

Further information:
>  Job description and person spec: Growing Minds Project Manager

Location:   Work from home and/or Peeple office in Littlemore, Oxford, with some Oxfordshire-based meetings
Hours:       22.5 to 37 hours per week (over 3, 4 or 5 days/ week)
Duration:   This is a fixed term contract in the first instance, ending July 2023, with possible extension subject to funding.
Salary:       from £30,753 p.a. to £33,961 p.a. pro rata

Closing date: Monday 11th July 12 noon
Interview date:   Monday 18th July

Nursery Administrator, Oxford (maternity cover)

We have a temporary vacancy for an Administrator in our Little Peeple Nursery. This is a key role to support the managers with the smooth running of the setting and provision of excellent service to parents/carers and children. An enthusiasm for working within an early years setting is essential, as well as sound administration skills. 

Further information:
Job description and person spec: Nursery Administrator
>  Information for applicants - Education and Childcare posts

Location:   Little Peeple Nursery, Littlemore, Oxford
Hours:       22 hours per week as administrator, over 3, 4 or 5 days a week. (Optional: The post can be made full-time if you prefer, by working 2 days a week as a Childcare Assistant in the Nursery.)
Duration:   from August 2022 for up to 12 months
Salary:      from £19,255 to 21,392 p.a. pro rata (according to experience)

Closing date: Monday 11th July 12 noon
Interview date:   To be confirmed

how to apply (both posts)

Read the information for the relevant post, then complete and return the Application form and Equal opportunities form. We do not  accept CVs. The equal opportunities form will be separated out on receipt, and not form part of the selection process. 
>  Recruitment policies (equal opportunities and diversity, and recruitment of ex-offenders)

 Application form
 Equal opportunities form

Email your completed forms to: jobs@peeple.org.uk by the closing date. Please get in touch with any questions on the same email, or phone Janet Sly on 01865 397978. 

 

If you're interested in hearing about particular types of job at Peeple when they arise, please get in touch:  jobs@peeple.org.uk

There may be permanent, temporary or supply cover vacancies in our Little Peeple Nursery in Littlemore, Oxford over the coming months. Please look out for further notices on this website or our social media pages.  If you have a strong interest and commitment to looking after the needs of babies to four year olds and involving parents in their child’s learning, please contact Lindsey Hart, our Early Education and Childcare Manager, to find out more about work and volunteering opportunities: littlepeeplenursery@peeple.org.uk or tel 01865 397972.

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Our commitment to Equal Opportunities

We’re an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or age.  We are keen to hear from applicants with a wide range of relevant backgrounds and experiences. Don’t be put off applying because you’re not sure if you’re a perfect fit for the role, or because you have caring responsibilities, etc – we do our best to be a flexible and supportive employer, in line with our charitable aims and principles.