F A M A L A M in partnership with Impact Hub Birmingham are looking for Early Years Practitioners (or an early years setting) to take part in a research and development project that explores alternatives to existing childcare provision.
The research project will host a pop up crèche at Impact Hub Birmingham and we are looking for 2 x qualified early years practitioners to be part of the delivery team.
Ideally qualified to a minimum NVQ Level 3 in Childcare and Education or equivalent with experience of working in a nursery school or childcare setting. You will have a strong commitment and have enthusiasm for working with children and their parents/carers/families and be open-minded to working collaboratively and exploring alternative ways of working.
If you are highly-motivated and a good team player with the ability to work effectively with a range of different people, good interpersonal skills and a sense of humour, then we look forward to hearing from you.
Fees paid equivalent to £XXXhour. Must be available daytimes (9am-2n / 1pm-4pm) Thursdays during term time and holidays
F A M A L A M stages unusual cultural products, exploring the viability of new ideas in art, entertainment, parenting, play and learning for younger audiences and their families. F A M A L A M was founded by Creative Producer, Amy Martin and her (then) 9 month old son Theodore. Amy is an Independent Creative Producer striving to future proof & diversify Arts & Culture by devising projects that develop future audiences, future artists and a future creative workforce. Projects have included: city-wide festivals, large scale events, lectures, websites, workshops, apps, installations, parties and projects.
Impact Hub Birmingham is a network of amazing citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and a better world. Powered by a 6000 sq. ft. collaborative workshop, the Hub is an engine for passion, learning and outcomes where together, we can build a better city.