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Development Worker - St. Asaph

Part Time
Job Sector:
Child Care, Education / Teaching, Public Sector
North Wales
Salary description:
£9, 100 per annum
Start Date:
Early Years Wales
Job Ref:

Early Years Wales are currently looking for a Development Worker Central Support

Purpose of the role: To act as a key member of the Central Support team to develop and support quality childcare, education and play providers

Hours of work: 17.5 hours per week 52 weeks of the year Monday - Friday

Salary: £9,100 per annum

Benefits: 23 days holiday per year (pro rata) Company pension scheme

Location: St. Asaph

Closing date: 27th August 2019

Interview date: 2nd September 2019

Probationary period: 6 months

How to apply:


Telephone: 029 20451242


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Fixed term contract until March 2021 possible extension depending on funding

Mae Blynyddoedd Cynnar Cymru’n chwilio am Weithiwr Datblygu Cefnogaeth Ganolog ar hyn o bryd.  

Diben y swydd: Gweithredu fel aelod allweddol o’r tîm Cefnogaeth Ganolog i ddatblygu a chefnogi gofal, addysg a darparwyr chwarae o ansawdd i blant.

Oriau gwaith: 17.5 awr yr wythnos, 52 wythnos y flwyddyn Llun - Gwener

Cyflog: £9,100 y flwyddyn

Buddion:  23 diwrnod o wyliau’r flwyddyn (pro rata), cynllun pensiwn Cwmni

Lleoliad: Llanelwy

Dyddiad cau: 27 Awst 2019

Dyddiad cyfweld: 2 Medi 2019

Cyfnod Prawf: 6 mis

Sut i ymgeisio:


Ffôn: 029 20451242


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Contract tymor penodol tan fis Mawrth 2021 estyniad posibl yn dibynnu ar cyllid

Company Description

Early Years Wales
(formerly Wales Pre-school Providers Association/yn flaenorol Cymdeithas Darparwyr Cyn-ysgol Cymru)

Early Years Wales is a national charity and membership organisation that promotes and supports bilingual pre-school care, education and learning through play across Wales.

Our association supports the development and implementation of the Welsh Government’s policy agenda and commitment to childcare, education and play.

We help to ensure there are sufficient play opportunities for pre-school children that are child-focused and help promote their personal and social development.

We’re here to ensure families are given the opportunity to experience high quality, affordable, and accessible childcare in Wales.

Our mission: to enhance the development, care and education of bilingual pre-school children in Wales. Working in partnership with families, parents and carers to understand and provide for the needs of children through high quality pre-school provision. Support adults to gain skills and confidence to make the best use of their knowledge and resources, for the benefit of themselves and their children.

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