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Nursery Nurses provide medical and general care to children under seven. Examples of Nursery Nurse responsibilities are serving meals and snacks, changing diapers, helping with toilet training, teaching life skills, administering medicine, working with health and social care professionals, and maintaining records. Successful resume samples for Nursery Nurse mention qualifications like basic nursing skills, supervisory abilities, being able to interact with children, attention to details, and stamina. Nurseries select resumes showcasing training in child care and education.

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1

Nursery Nurse Practioner

  • Interacted with children doing child lead activities indoors and outdoors
  • Observed development and evaluated in learning story for each child from EYFS
  • Acquired some knowledge about Autistic children
  • Acquired a NVQ level 2 qualification
  • Took charge when asked for support like a room leader (when room leader wasn't present)
  • Pediatric First Aid Course and Anaphylaxis Training
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
Mathematics
Nvq
2

Nursery Nurse

  • Worked with babies as keyworker
  • Planning age and stage appropriate activities
  • Supporting children's personal needs
  • Maintaining children development records
  • Working to nursery policy and procedures regards to Safeguarding & Health & Safety
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
3

Registered Nurse Postpartum, Nursery Nurse

  • Responsible for providing care for patients in post-op C-section, postpartum, antepartum, and well-baby nursery.
  • Provides to mothers and fathers education and teaching on how to care for a newborn.
  • Assist mothers with breastfeeding to establish a good breastfeeding routine.
  • Communicate with the high risk antepartum patient, their significant other and the health care provider regarding their prenatal care.
  • Assist with families to cope with their grief and adapt to their new life without their baby.
  • RTS (Resolved Through Sharing) Bereavement Coordinator.
  • Participates in ongoing education, seminars related to clinical knowledge and professional issues.
  • Act as charge nurse on a 26 bed postpartum and antepartum unit, responsible for staffing, patient assignment and serve as a resource nurse for staff.
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
BS
Nursing
BS
Sports Medicine

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