Class Recruitment has announced guaranteed hours of nursery work in the South West for candidates looking for consistent work in the Early Years sector.
Our Bristol-based Early Years recruitment consultancy now guarantees between 6-30 hours per week for qualified Nursery Assistants, Nursery Nurses and experienced Nursery Assistants who sign up with us.
All applicants must complete our compliance process before being considered.
If there is no work available, a candidate will still receive a payment for the hours they were initially guaranteed to work in nursery settings through us.
This kind of arrangement is perfect for people looking for a flexible Early Years role across the region, but who need guaranteed hours so they can still meet their basic bills.
We find that it especially suits candidates who leave a permanent role without a new job to go to, it allows them to experience new Early Years settings without making a firm commitment until they are ready to do so.
Providing guaranteed hours of nursery work in the South West also works well for people who may have other jobs and need to top up their income.
It allows us as an Early Years recruiter in Bristol to tell nursery settings immediately if we can cover their staffing request because we have a good supply of excellent candidates on our books.
If a candidate is offered work and turns it down, they will not be paid for the day. We do ask candidates to be flexible and work in settings as requested.
Our guaranteed hours nursery work in the South West is not valid on inset days, polling days, snow days, school holidays, strike action days or any public emergency days.
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We are always available to have an informal chat with new or experienced nursery job candidates and can be reached on 0117 930 4000 or by visiting here.