Egg Day Nursery Careers and Employment
- CEOAnthony & Briony White
Salary estimated from 114 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Education & Instruction
Nursery Room Leader
£20,841 per year
Early Years Educator
£18,644 per year
£17,081 per year
Room Leader in Sutton Scotney
on 16 January 2021
Great promotion opportunities
I started working for Egg 2 years ago as a Senior Practitioner when I left my other nursery because the staff were gossipy and cliquey. Egg is not like that at all and it makes such a difference to work somewhere where everyone is supportive. My manager is great and I can always go to her for help. There is also someone who leads all the training and she helps me out with ideas for my room.I was promoted to a Room Leader last year and I am so excited to be able to lead my room and my team who are great. The parents are really supportive and friendly which makes a real difference.
Senior Nursery Nurse in Andovet
on 12 November 2020
A family like team
I have worked for egg for many years across both sites, we have always been a fun and supportive team that feels more like a family! Working for egg has give me so many amazing year of fun and I have been able to work my way up though the company with a lot of support from colleges and management, nursery life can be stressful as this come with the job but working as a team is what gets you through and I have always found this at egg, I was very sad to be leaving but unfortunately I needed school hours as my son will soon be starting that adventure! After having my son and returning to work. Egg were brilliant and helped me to find a work and home life balance that worked for us, as a first time mum this made me feel so settled when returning,
Senior Early Years Practitioner in Sutton Scotney, Hampshire
on 12 November 2020
A fantastic place to work in a supportive and encouraging environment.
I worked at Egg for a number of years and it is by far the best workplace i have experienced. The staff and management are supportive and encouraging and you are always praised for your achievements. In the time that I worked for Egg I developed greatly in my career and was always given the opportunity to take the next step in my career and made to believe I was good enough to do so. Working at the nursery is like a home from environment and you really become like family with the people you work with.I would recommend this company and the people to anyone else looking for a job in childcare.
Teacher in Winchester, Hampshire
on 11 November 2020
Supportive Workplace- Just like a family
Working at Egg Day Nursery has been an exciting opportunity for me. I started my position just before COVID and although I was worried for my position, I was kept consistently informed and it was lovely to see that the Directors and Group management were so determined to keep everyone's jobs secure. I've been really fortunate to be promoted during my short time with the Nursery, it was such a boost for my confidence and professional practice that my strengths were highlighted and I was pushed to take on more responsibility. Egg have a wonderful track record of promoting within so its really easy to see the progression you can make.
Assistant in Winchester
on 7 November 2020
Stressful and tense
The nursery had very cliquey rooms, can be very tense and fairly difficult to communicate. Seems you can only get a promotion if you are friendly with management, also room leaders can sometimes be absent and will sit in the office for extended periods with little to no explanation. Ratios are consistently off, but it is only a problem for management when it's their decision. Not all bad, there are good days and bad days. But the bad days can be very stressful and tense.
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