Co-op Childcare
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Co-op Childcare Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Sally Bonnar
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Education
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Jobs

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Early Years Assistant

Southampton

£7,688 a year
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21 hours ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Southampton

£19,469 a year
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21 hours ago

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Early Years Assistant

Oxford

£10.08 an hour
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1 day ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 2

Chichester

£9.64 an hour
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1 day ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Oxford

£10.49 an hour
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1 day ago

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Room Manager

Oxford

£10.76 an hour
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2 days ago

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Cleaner

Sunderland

£9.23 an hour
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3 days ago

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Cleaner

Brighton

£9.23 an hour
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3 days ago

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Nursery Manager

Walsall Wood

£29,390 - £32,676 a year
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3 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Seaham

£9.64 an hour
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3 days ago

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Nursery Manager

Cheltenham

£29,390 - £32,676 a year
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9 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Dewsbury

£9.64 an hour
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9 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Leamington Spa

£21,091 a year
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8 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Wolverhampton

£9.64 an hour
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7 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Reading

£21,091 a year
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7 days ago

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Room Manager

Wolverhampton

£20,612 a year
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9 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

London

£21,819 a year
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15 days ago

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Nursery Nurse Level 3

Birmingham

£20,051 a year
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14 days ago

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Nursery Assistant

London

£9.73 an hour
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23 days ago

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Third in Charge

London

£22,484 a year
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22 days ago

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Nursery Nurse
£9.58 per hour
Nursery Manager
£10.45 per hour
Room Manager
£20,393 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 90 reviews and is evolving.

4.0620173.2220183.9420194.5020201.002021

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Reviews

Room Manager in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 27 August 2020
Room Manager
I feel very supported in my nursery and have recently started virtually attending the managers' meetings too. You can tell from these meetings all the work that is carried out higher up. In my nursery, I feel part of a team and know that I have a say. I love working with the children and have found the transition from senior practitioner to Room Manager a little tricky at times, but my manager has helped me to work on this.
Room Manager in Greater London
on 24 March 2021
Please avoid working here
This company only takes advantage of you.The staff that is in the room with the children is nice and hard-working, however, the management team and specially the area managers are totally disconnected from the rooms so at the end the staff is constantly sick and stressed. They push the workers who do lots and lots of overtime and we are even called from our holiday days to come to work because we are short in staff. They keep on changing the staff around and the children get confused. There is no continuity in the decisions they made.Normally, people who is qualified and hard working leave soon because they realise this is not a place for someone who does love education. Also, they constantly make mistakes in the payslip so we are never paid propery and we are always worried about our payments and writing down our extra hours in case there is any mistake.
Nursery Assistant in Tyne and Wear
on 13 January 2021
Not outstanding
One of the worst companies to work for. Bad management and unorganised to say the least. All they are bothered about is giving disciplinarys to staff for not following rules which are not made clear and change regularly and staff are just expected to know. Underpaid for the work load expected from you. Not a positive environment to work in!
Manager in London, Greater London
on 22 August 2020
Fun, but stressful
Coop childcare is a nice place to be with a family feel for practitioners, but there is no care and attention for managers. Managers are expected to do everything and consistently go over and beyond. Area managers off load their work and stress onto the managers, which makes the job harder. No support for managers who are struggling apart from more jobs to do. No consideration for managers feelings and we are expected to deal with change consistently, whether it is using new technology or learning a new way of working. Enjoyable part of the job is the kind staff and kind parents. Diverse workplace. Awful maternity pay and benefits.
Manager in Chichester, West Sussex
on 16 August 2020
Great company to work for
I have worked for the company for 10 years. I have worked my way up to manager and have learnt and developed along the way. Always parts of the business that you can develop to/ learn through in house free training. Lots of benefits Within the company and the Coop is always looking at ways to support, develop and look after there staff.
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Interview insights

Insights from 45 Indeed users who have interviewed with Co-op Childcare within the last 5 years.

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Interview questions

You get asked abort your child care expriences, why you chose them, what is the eyfs or development matters. Then you get alot of senarios and what you should do in them such as suspension of home trouble, or what if a staff member hurts a child etc

Shared on 11 July 2019

Relevant questions for a job in early years. Eyfs safeguarding etc

Shared on 1 October 2017

Everything about childcare and statutory expectations

Shared on 4 June 2017
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