This item was sent to us by Little Einstein’s, who have contributed several columns concerning nursery education in recent issues.
Dynamic Scottish company Little Einstein’s, which runs a chain of top-performing children’s nurseries in Glasgow and on Tayside, is seeking suitably qualified and fully motivated recruits to underpin its latest expansion drive.
The firm has set itself the objective of becoming Scotland’s top operator in the sector, and works to demanding criteria in its efforts to deliver a service which puts strong emphasis on the concept of learning through enjoyment.
Now, as it prepares to add to its existing portfolio with new acquisitions and the enlargement of some existing facilities, Little Einstein’s wants to hear from nursery nurses with SVQ qualifications who share its ambition to provide the highest possible standards of nursery tuition and care.
Suitable candidates are promised full opportunity to develop their talents within a team-based organisation which recognises individuals’ contributions – both in terms of potential for promotion within the company and through a comprehensive array of staff incentives.
Company founder Deepak Poddar said, “Our company has come a long way in a relatively short space of time, and we are now at the stage where we need to ensure we have the staff resources to keep pace with expansion.
“We run our own training company in Perth, and make staff development a highly important element of our overall strategy for growth.
“Our highly motivated and committed nursery nurses and managers are the real strength of our business, as they continually ensure we offer a much better than average service in every regard.”
He added, “The single biggest factor driving our success is the still unanswered demand, in many areas of the country, for the sort of high quality provision we are able to deliver. We’re therefore obviously keen to hear from people who want to tap into our wholly focused and carefully structured staff organisation.”
The company currently runs six nurseries (two in Glasgow, which are set to expand; and four on Tayside) and is set to commence a new build nursery in Dundee, besides preparing to make new acquisitions over the coming year.