Help us plan and deliver high-quality, inclusive play services at our Camden playcentres. If you are passionate about supporting the wellbeing of children and delivering exceptional play experiences, this could be the role for you!

Job Title: Play Worker

Annual Salary: £12,739- £15,146 per annum (£11.51 per hour unqualified, £13.69 per hour qualified)

Reporting To: The Play Centre Manager or Deputy/SENCo Manager.

Responsible For: Volunteers, interns and placement workers.

Location: Fairfield Playcentre, Mary Terrace, Camden NW1 7LR

Annual Leave: 28 days per annum (including public holidays) pro rata.

Hours: 17.5 hours per week (41 weeks per annum) during school terms, 35 hours per week during school holidays (11 weeks per annum).

 

What to expect in this role

Day-to-day, you’ll help plan and deliver socially inclusive, fun and educational play services that promote children’s participation, well-being and happiness. You will also make sure children can explore a wide range of positive activities and develop friendships.  Activities include arts and crafts, sports, field trips, simple cooking, educational activities, and imaginative play.  You will also inspect play equipment, implement safeguarding and safety policies, support children with personal needs, administer medication and other duties as required.

 

The person we are looking for

We are looking for enthusiastic, flexible people with experience working with children and young people in an inclusive setting. If you are creative, a team player and an effective communicator, we’d love to hear from you.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please send a completed application form to [email protected] or send by post to Iola McCarogher, PACE Head Office, Fairfield Play Centre, Mary Terrace, London NW1 7LR. 

Closing Date: Sunday 13th February 2022

Application Form

Job Description

If you would like more information on this role, call 020 7183 5120 (Ext. 5). 

Please note this role requires an Enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) check and satisfactory references.