Why Cherubs Nurseries?
At Cherubs Nurseries, we’re working hard to give early years professionals the respect and recognition they deserve. So, whether you’re looking to kickstart your career through an Apprenticeship or already have experience working in early years we would love you to join us.
We need a range of people to ensure the success of our business – from early years educators to chefs, maintenance and head office. Your unique skills set could be the perfect match for a career with us.
We’re all about bringing people together and taking them where they want to go. This applies as much to our people as it does to the thousands of children we care for each year.
Whilst we push ourselves as a company, we’ll help you develop too. We’ll give you regular feedback and support you to better yourself. When you first become part of the team we’ll agree objectives with you and review them continually throughout your career with us. Everyone has access to great training, development and promotion opportunities. As we’re a group of nurseries (and constantly growing) the next step in your career is never far away.
In short, it’s about offering greater diversity, more development, better training and more valuable experiences. It’s about investing in our people and their futures. After all, it’s only when they realise their full potential that we can achieve our wider business goals.
We never underestimate the challenges of working in early years. So alongside fair and progressive pay, you will receive 20% off childcare at Cherubs Nurseries, little lifts throughout the year and the opportunity to join your colleagues at our annual Excellence Awards – a night you won’t want to miss!
We care about the wellbeing of our people and offer everyone free access to our Employee Assistance Programme, through Health Assured. We also host events throughout the year that are dedicated to the wellbeing of our people.
We’ll show you we’re proud of you too with long service awards, nominations for national awards and by taking part in recognition events throughout the year including National Nursery Practitioner Day which takes place every October.
But what is it really like to work here?
You could ask everyone who works here that question, and get a different answer each time. It’s all sorts of things; it can be deeply rewarding and it can also be great fun. At times it can be frustrating and it can be tough and demanding.
For some it’s a great job they leave behind at the end of the day but for others it’s their life and passion.
It’s not just what we do here at Cherubs Nurseries that sets us apart from others but the way we do it and our 5 brand promises shape who we are and how we interact with our colleagues, parents and children.
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So if you’re wondering whether we’re the company for you, the honest answer is that Cherubs Nurseries is what you make of it. The opportunities are all out there waiting and it’s up to you to seize them.
Everyone is welcome at Cherubs Nurseries. We are committed to continuing to provide and improve upon our environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and our people without regard to ethnicity, religion, sex, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our people is critical to our success as an early years provider and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
In line with our GDPR policy, we hold all unsuccessful applicants information for up to 2-weeks after a vacancy has been filled. After this time all applicants information is destroyed. Candidates may ask for feedback up until this time, after which it may not be available.