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Nursery Nurse CV Example
« on: January 08, 2013, 01:25:10 PM »


CV Example for Nursery Nurse

Use this example CV for free for your job applications after amending it as suitable.

Name

1 Any Road, Anytown AN1 1CV
Telephone: 01234 567 890
Email: anyaddress at example.com

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

An efficient and highly motivated individual with a natural responsible and caring attitude. A team player with excellent communication skills and qualified up to level 3 in childcare.  Possesses valuable experience of working with children between the ages of 1-5yrs.  With a passion for child development and have geared my studies and work experience to enable me to continue my career in this sector.  Through my recent studies I am able to keep up-to-date with developments in Early Years Care and Education, also proving excellent organisational and time management skills.  I feel comfortable working in a fast-paced work environment and possess a proven ability to ensure that standards; policies and communications are understood and implemented correctly.

Currently looking for a nursery nurse position that will give me an opportunity to use my already gained skills whilst continuing my own learning and development in this career.

KEY SKILLS & EXPERTISE

•    Experience in supervising activity planning, to make sure that children’s needs are met
•    Familiar with Health & Safety, Environmental and Fire Regulations within a nursery setting
•    Excellent problem-solving skills, and a diligent follower of policies & procedures, with the added character to work productively and instinctively with good initiative
•    Reliable, trustworthy and an excellent understanding of child protection issues and confidentiality
•    Confident in communicating and presenting at all levels
•    Able to build good relationships with relevant agencies, schools and early years practitioners
•    Ability to create a caring and stimulating environment that promotes learning through play

CAREER SUMMARY

Jun 2009 – Present:        Nursery Nurse                           St. Joseph’s School, Manchester
Key Responsibilities:

•    Coordination and planning activities
•    Helping children to learn number skills through activities like counting games
•    Providing excellent standards of care for children and parents
•    Directly involved in the organising of outings for the children
•    Liaising with parents to resolve problems
•    Education and Awareness - Co-ordinated the development of early education and learning programs
•    Following and implement the policies and procedures set out by the nursery
•    Helping to settle in new children
•    Contributed to and participated in team meetings and activities
•    Encouraged children to respect each other and also teachers
             
Mar 2008 – Mar 2009:        Nursery Nurse                        Craighill Primary School, Manchester 
Key Responsibilities:

•    Involved in organising and helping with activities for the children such as arts; crafts; cooking; drama; outdoor activities and outings
•    Helping the children build their confidence, independence and self-esteem
•    Updating of records and assisting with injuries and emergencies
•    Successfully built relationships with children; parents; colleagues and partnership agencies
•    Making notes of records, administration and handling petty cash
•    Maintaining toys and play equipment

CAREER SUMMARY cont.

Nov 2006 – Mar 2008:        Nursery Nurse Asst.                    Hilton Community Centre, Manchester

Oct 2004 - Sep 2006:        Volunteer                          Park Leisure Centre, Manchester

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

2003-2006:        BSc (Hons), Nursing, University Name
2001 – 2003:        A Level: Health & Social Care; English; Science; Mathematics
3 A Levels:        English, French and Geography
8 O Levels:        Including English and Mathematics

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

•    Understanding of and commitment to the implementation of equal opportunities.
•    Knowledge of health and safety issues.
•    Participate in the training programme of a wide variety of students
•    Able to undertake certain domestic jobs within the Nursery, for example, preparation
of snack meals, cleansing of equipment.

FURTHER SKILLS

IT Proficiency:        Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Internet and Email
Languages:        Intermediate French

INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

Currently include:    Walking, Cycling, Cooking, Arts & Crafts

REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST


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