Camden Community Nurseries

Affordable quality childcare and education

Working for Camden Community Nurseries

Thank you for your interest in working with us.

We are looking for enthusiastic, caring and reliable casual nursery assistants to work in our Nurseries.

You will be responsible for providing a high level of care and appropriate learning opportunities for our children.

To apply please email to receive an application form, job description and person specification.

Camden Community Nurseries is Recruiting!

Role: Chair of the Board of Trustees

If you are passionate about the education of our young people, you will know that the environment they have in their early years is so important. As Chair of the Board of Trustees you will have an opportunity to lead an organisation that shares your passion.

Camden Community Nurseries (CCN) is a charity that provides affordable early years childcare to working parents and carers in Camden and neighbouring boroughs. We run three nurseries – Acol, Sington are located in West Hampstead and Montpelier in Kentish Town. A small central staff, led by the senior nursery manager and comprising a finance manager and an administrator, are based at Acol Nursery. They are supported by an external consultant who provides strategic and operational advice. Each nursery has its own team of early years’ childcare staff.

The Board of trustees comprises of two parent trustees from each nursery, each bringing their own professional experience as well as their understanding of the provision of childcare by CCN, and one non-parent trustee who is from a financial services background. Additional trustees will be recruited once the new Chair is in post.

We are seeking a new Chair who can bring vision and leadership to the organisation.

If you are interested in finding out more please download the role description. Please send a brief letter that sets out why you think you are the right person to lead CCN including your professional and voluntary experience.

The Chair is appointed for a two year term renewable upon election for a further two years.