Location:Sydney - North Shore and Northern Beaches
Closing:May 22, 2024
- Up to $30/hr (depending on experience) + 25% casual loading + super
- Casual opportunity to work at Uniting Brookvale OSHC located at Brookvale Public School
- Free onsite parking!
What you’ll be doing in this role
As a Educator, you’ll provide quality education and care to children to help support and facilitate their learning outcomes in accordance with the National Quality Standards and learning framework!
Your work may include:
- Being accountable for supervision of children and ensuring their safety
- Supporting the ongoing development of the children
- Participating in all aspects of the day to day running of the centre
- Fostering relationships with families and children throughout the centre
Who we’re looking for
- Minimum Certificate III in Children Services OR experience working in OSHC
- Be passionate about working with all age groups.
- Have a good knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework- My Time Our Place and the National Quality Framework
- Have the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, families and community members
- Believe in positive team spirit and embrace working in a diverse team
- Have a sunny personality with a positive attitude.
- You’ll be adaptable, empathetic and resourceful, and be able to live Uniting’s everyday values of being compassionate, respectful, imaginative, and bold.
What we offer you
- $500 referral bonus
- A commitment to offer opportunities to grow your career
- Corporate discounts and cash-backs programs with major retailers
- Ongoing training & development
What to expect
Please know that employment with Uniting requires:
- A National Police Check
- Valid working with Children’s Check
- First Aid Certificate
- Working Rights Check
How to apply
If you see yourself in this role, we’d love to hear from you. Just click on the ‘Apply now’ button, fill out your details and submit. Once you apply, we’ll keep you up to date on how your application is progressing. We encourage applications from people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.