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Early Childhood Teacher

WA
Permanent Part time
The opportunity to be rewarded annually with a financial incentive that is exclusive to our G8 Education Centre Leader Team Career advancement opportunities available Extensive paid professional development delivered by G8 facilitators and Semann & Slattery Develop your future with Australia’s leading provider of Early Childhood Education and Care
G8 Education is Australia’s leading name in providing the highest quality of Early Childhood Education and Care across 500 services nationally, including 24 prominent brands. We strive to deliver meaningful programs that shape our future leaders (our children) with innovative and creative teaching practices that encourage children to explore and discover.
 
Buggles Childcare Atwell has an exciting opportunity for a passionate Early Childhood Teacher to join the Centre in the Preschool room. We are seeking a high performing team member with the drive to develop amazing relationships with families, whilst building an outstanding learning environment for children. Our Centre is well equipped with resources and programs based on the Early Years Learning Framework curriculum, including a specialised Kindergarten program.
At Buggles Early Learning and Kindy Atwell, we are a dedicated and close-knit group of educators and carers who are passionate about imparting the right kind of early education, love and care that children deserve. We understand that the ages from birth to six are integral in a child’s development and look to nurture children’s potential and developmental capacities at this stage. We follow a curriculum that draws heavily on the Reggio Emilia Approach, an educational approach to early years learning and care that is internationally recognized as best practice.

For further information and photos of this centre, please visit the website below:
https://www.buggles.com.au/centres/childcare-atwell/

Your key priorities will be to:
Assess the needs of each child, monitor their progress and ensure school readiness Ensure that a developmentally and educationally appropriate program is planned and implemented for each child Provide supervision and assistance to other Educators in the room Maintain a positive working relationship with team members Sustain effective communication with parents Ensure health and safety standards are adhered to at all times Maintain and manage the resources for your room
Your skills and qualifications should include:
Holding or studying towards a Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood) as recognised by ACECQA  A current Working with Children Check  An ability to implement great curriculum A strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Our staff benefits are:
Be part of a team that celebrates success through a dedicated reward & incentive structure paid on top of base remuneration Sponsorship if required First Aid & CPR paid for annually Dedicated focus on professional development A Health and Wellness program (Active8) Annual complimentary flu shots Up to 35% discount on Child Care  Access to team member benefits and discounts including hotels, health insurance, gym memberships, and theme park admissions
If you are ready for your next challenge and want to join a supportive working environment, please submit your application via ‘Apply Now’.
 
Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only.G8 Education reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, it is encouraged that you submit your application as soon as possible.
Enquiries: Centre Manager
Ph: *****33 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 18/01/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Part time 15 hours per week Fixed term contract until 30 June 2019 Rockingham Values driven organisation Family-friendly environment
 
About the role
The Young Hearts service provides professional, confidential counselling, group support and community engagement to children and their non-violent primary care giver who have experienced or are experiencing family and domestic violence. Young Hearts adopts an integrated and person centered approach empowering clients to move from 'surviving to thriving'. This includes working with other services and stakeholders, where relevant and appropriate, to develop a support plan that reflects the unique needs of the children and their non-violent primary care giver. 
 
Duties & Responsibilities
Below is a brief outline of some of the duties and responsibilities of the role:
Assessment and counselling for children who are exposed to or are victims of family and domestic violence as well as supporting the non-violent primary care giver Co-facilitate group programs for children exposed to or are victims of family and domestic violence Attend case management meetings as needed                     Ensure service delivery as per contractual agreements and that clinical standards are maintained within the Children's FDV service Ensure the service operates with a primary emphasis on the safety of the victim and children, and in accordance to Best Practice Models (FDVU) Attend inter-agency and intra-agency networking and training Facilitate and/or participate in group supervision for children's workers Participates in development, evaluation and modification of group programs
 
Selection Criteria
To be successful you will have the following skills and experience:
Tertiary degree in Social Work, Psychology, Social Science, Counselling and/or Masters in related discipline Eligibility for professional association membership Experience in working therapeutically with individuals and families Skills in counselling and group facilitation with children Time management and administration skills Basic computer skills, including Word, Excel, and email Knowledge of issues relating to Family and Domestic Violence Knowledge of impact of Family and Domestic Violence on children and Best Practice Guidelines and Principles Able to work effectively in a team environment Able to use initiative to provide services and work independently
Desirable
Experience in Family and Domestic Violence Services
The successful candidate must possess a current National Police Clearance valid within one year, a WA Working with Children Check and a WA Drivers Licence.
 
Remuneration
$69,665 per annum full time salary range per annum pro rata + 9.5% superannuation In addition to your remuneration, you will enjoy generous tax-free salary packaging benefits where you can package up to $15,900 per annum and not pay tax on that amount {remove if casual or contract 3 months or less}.
 
To be considered, applications must include a current detailed resume and covering letter.  To apply, please click on the apply button and follow the prompts.
Applications close 9am Monday 29 January 2018
For further information please contact Lisa Farrelly, Service Manager Rockingham, on *****21 + click to reveal
   
Anglicare WA promotes a working environment that values diversity and inclusion and we strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.
Unsolicited referrals from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
 
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Kids Fun Early Learning is seeking an experienced Part-Time Early Childhood Teacher for an immediate start.
All applicants are required to hold a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education qualification or equivalent as assessed by ACECQA. 
Must have experience working in long day care, Current Working with Child Check, Teacher's Registration Board Approval, First Aid Qualifications and Asthma & Anaphylaxis training.
Ongoing training if required provided.
Educational programming system in practice and provides children with a balance of play based learning and intentional teaching.
The successful applicant will be required to guide Educator's in providing quality practice and be responsible for overseeing programming, planning & implementation of the educational activities and experiences throughout the centre aging from 0 to 12 years.
** Supervisor Officer Certificate not essential but beneficial**
 
Please email your resume to *****@hotmail.com + click to reveal Please do not contact the service as the staff are not in charge of staff recruitment. 
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Australian Islamic College is a God-centred K-12 co-educational facility catering for over 2700 students from three sites at Thornlie, Dianella & Kewdale.
Australian Islamic College Kewdale High School is seeking a qualified and experienced individual who is able to teach English to secondary school students (Year 7-10) and ATAR English to Yr 11 and 12. This full time position commences Term 1 2018. 
Applicants must be able to demonstrate their conviction in:
·The existence of God to whom they are constantly accountable
·That schools are about academic achievement and morals
·That teaching is a vocation not just a job
·Placing a high priority on literacy and numeracy skills
·That a caring supportive environment is a priority
-Hold a current registration as a teacher with the Teachers Registration Board of WA (TRBWA).
On appointment successful applicants will require a Working with Children Check. They must also bring original copies of their qualifications for the Principal to sight and a statement of service from their previous employer prior to commencement.
-Must have the right to work in Australia. LOCAL APPLICANTS ONLY.
The AIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications can also be sent to *****@aic.wa.edu.au + click to reveal or by clicking the 'Apply now' button below.
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This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and qualified child care professional to grow with our business and experience a new concept that fosters strong attachment between parents and their babies. We are looking for a person who has a keen interest in attachment parenting and has the confidence and personal experience necessary to be able to teach new mothers to follow their natural parenting instincts and also assist them with breastfeeding and other similar questions. Training in mental health support and other professional development is available to the right candidate.
 
Our revolutionary return to work programs allow mothers and their babies to be together in our co-working spaces. Our intention is to re-create a village like environment, so while your job will be to assist the parents when they need to work, the parents will be there to connect with and comfort their babies as well. Subsequently, we need someone who is nurturing, supportive and can connect with the parents as well as the babies. 
 
If you are a qualified early childhood educator and are available for a minimum of three days a week (or full- time), then we would love to hear from you! Working on a casual or part-time basis gives you the flexibility to choose what days you want to work and at which locations. Our shifts range from 6 to 10 hours with a competitive hourly rate as we are open from 7.30am to 6.00pm. 
 
Responsibilities
- Communicate positively and openly with parents and children on an ongoing basis
- Create a stimulating and positive environment to support development of babies
- Respond to the emotional needs of the babies and children
- Offer new mothers advice and guidance on attachment parenting principles and breastfeeding
 
Requirements
- Minimum of Certificate III of Children's Services or any qualification in early childhood
- Strong knowledge of attachment parenting principles
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills to develop good relationships with children, families and staff
- Creative and cooperative team person who loves and respects children
- Clear passion for early childhood education 
 
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Full Time position, located in Armadale. Level 3.1 ($31.05 per hour) of the Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Industry Award 2010. Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification for this role, as stated in the Section 50(d) of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984.
About the Role:
The Day Program Mentor works with the Youth Transitional Accommodation Program (YTAP) Coordinator to develop a personalised, strengths-based daily activity plan for each young person residing in the service, and is responsible for providing support to the individual needs and goals as identified by the young person and their Youth Justice Service case plan.
Duties:
With the YTAP Coordinator, develop personalised, strengths-based daily activity plans with each individual young person based on the goals and objectives outlined in their Youth Justice Service Care Plans. Ensure the effective delivery of the Day Program, and that regular conversations occur with each young person regarding their progress and satisfaction in implementing their activity plan. Develop resources and activities for the Day Program with other YTAP staff, as required. Provide culturally competent and respectful care and support to residents. Assist residents to develop and achieve their case management goals outlined in their Youth Justice Service Care Plans. Confidently and consistently respond to challenging behaviours and conflicts with and between residents in line with HOPE's model of care. Manage the procedures for residents taking prescribed medications. Respond in an open, accepting and non-judgemental manner to the resident young people, while providing a nurturing, safe and healthy home environment. Facilitate referrals for young people where necessary. Work alongside residents in day to day activities to provide opportunities for residents to learn and develop, and experience healthy lifestyle and recreational activities. Provide leadership and set boundaries for residents, underpinned by the service rules and guidelines to create a consistent and stable environment. Transport residents to and from programs and appointments, as required. In conjunction with residents, ensure that the upkeep of the properties maintains a high standard. Attend regular team meetings, briefings, supervision and training opportunities where relevant. Report and share client information with other HOPE staff, and provide regional reports to the YTAP Coordinator and On Call contact, as requested. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records. Measure, evaluate and record individual outcomes for each resident with assistance from the YTAP Coordinator. Build and maintain collaborative working relationships with Youth Justice Services, Aboriginal elders, significant family members and other stakeholders to provide appropriate services for young people transitioning from custody to the community on supervised release where no appropriate placement can be located. Assist the YTAP Coordinator in the overall development, delivery and evaluation of the Day Program. Role model socially appropriate behaviour and provide mentoring and a listening ear. Encourage and support residents to take responsibility and to make good choices for the future.
Requirements of the Role:
Current National Police Clearance, Working with Children Check, WA Drivers Licence and First Aid Certificate Ability to obtain clearance from the WA Department of Justice. Minimum Certificate III in Youth, Mental Health, and/ or Community Services with a minimum of 2-3 years relevant experience; or equivalent level of expertise and experience attained through previous appointments, service, and/or study Experience of working with challenging young people An understanding of factors underlying offending behaviour Experience managing difficult situations (i.e. has de-escalation training, conflict resolution, behavioural management) Experience in program delivery A great team player Ability to communicate well with young people, and an understanding of Aboriginal culture Must be prepared to do On-call duties
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Applications close: Monday 29th January2018
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Full time position available, located in Armadale Level 5 ($35.78 per hour) of the Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Industry Award 2010 Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification for this role, as stated in the Section 50(d) of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984.
About the Role:
The role oversees the delivery of HOPE's Youth Transitional Accommodation Program (YTAP) Service, ensuring that services are provided in line with a through-care approach and assists young people to successfully transition from custody to community. This includes short to medium term accommodation, advocacy, and support to secure appropriate longer term accommodation, and a structured day activity program linked to the young person's Youth Justice Service case plan and the young person's goals.  The YTAP Coordinator is also responsible for leading and managing staff, ensuring that they provide a safe, culturally competent and supportive residential care environment for young people released from detention in Banksia Hill when no suitable and safe accommodation is available.
Duties of the Role:
Liaise with the Metro Regional Manager and Department of Justice - Youth Justice Services to authorise the entry and exit of young people from the program, in line with a through-care of service approach. Oversee and assist YTAP staff to provide a safe, culturally competent, homely environment; and provide opportunities for learning through everyday activities that support young people to meet the goals outlined in their plan. Provide induction, direct leadership, support, and supervision of staff. Authorise and manage leave requests and maintain leave records. Attend regular pre-release planning meetings to facilitate referrals for young people, as necessary. Respond to young people in a non-judgemental and respectful manner, and to address alcohol and other drug and/or physical and/or mental health concerns, as needed. Educate and support young people to develop goals and strategies to manage their wellbeing. Maintain positive and constructive relationships with young people. Work with young people towards achieving positive outcomes and fostering positive relationships with their family and/or significant others as appropriate. Manage the program budget, and authorise staff expenditure, and maintain records. Provide regular reporting to HOPE management and funders, as required, in line with organisational and funding requirements. Build and maintain strong and effective working relationships with Department of Justice - Youth Justice Services and community stakeholders to deliver services that support the resident young people and their transition to their families and/or supportive placements within the community. Participate in regular internal committee meetings, as required, and contribute to discussions and policy development from a local perspective.
Requirements of the Role:
Current National Police Clearance, Working with Children Check, WA Drivers Licence and First Aid Certificate Ability to obtain clearance from the WA Department of Justice. A degree in social work, psychology or other related discipline with a minimum of 1-2 years relevant experience; or a less formal qualification with a minimum of 4 years relevant experience; or equivalent level of expertise and experience attained through previous appointments, service, and/or study An understanding of causal factors underlying offending behaviour Experience managing difficult situations (i.e. has de-escalation training, conflict resolution, behavioural management) Experience in program management A great team player Ability to communicate well with young people, and an understanding of Aboriginal culture Ability to build and maintain strong stakeholder relationships Experience in supervising staff Must be prepared to do On-Call duties
For more information contact the HR Officer on *****98 + click to reveal or *****@hopecs.org.au. + click to reveal
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Applications close: COB Monday 29th January 2018
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
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This position is responsible on a day-to-day basis to the Undergraduate Coordinator of the School of Nursing & Midwifery and ultimately to Dean of the School. The position is located within the School of Nursing & Midwifery, Fremantle Campus. Duties of the position include, but are not limited to:
conducting lectures, tutorials and workshops developing and maintaining teaching resources coordinating, formulating, invigilating, and correcting undertaking coordination of designated nursing units within the nursing programme
Please see the application pack for further information regarding the role.
Skills & Experience
To be successful in the role, you will:
Hold a Bachelor of Nursing degree or equivalent and a Postgraduate qualification or Master's degree in a relevant discipline. Hold a current registration with Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. Have at least 3 years clinical nursing experience. Have experience in teaching in the clinical nursing environment, either to peers or student nurses.
Benefits
Located in historic Fremantle Within walking distance from public transport Friendly working environment
About the University
The University of Notre Dame Australia is a Catholic university with campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney. The Objects of the University are the provision of university education within a context of Catholic faith and values and the provision of an excellent standard of teaching, scholarship and research, training for the professions and the pastoral care of its students.
The University seeks to foster in all staff and students an appreciation of the richness and relevance of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the obligation to serve the wider community in their chosen disciplines and in their daily lives.
How to Apply
Complete and submit an Application Package for the position which is available on our website http://www.nd.edu.au/jobs/fremantle.shtml  
For further enquires please phone on *****43 + click to reveal or email *****@nd.edu.au + click to reveal
Applications close: No later than 9.00am (WST) Wednesday 24 January 2018
The University reserves the right to appoint by invitation or to make no appointment at all.
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A Regional Operations Manager position is one of the most critical roles within this national company. The ideal person for this position will be able to work autonomously and demonstrate core values aligned with the company including bringing energy and determination, challenging yourself and being there for others.
Requirements:
Demonstrated experience managing a large team
Outstanding people management and team building skills
An education qualification or similar
Experience working with children
Excellent communication and multi tasking skills
Drivers License
Current Working With Children Check
The right to work in Australia
Benefits
Competitive salary and generous travel allowance
Career development
Local support
Flexible working hours
If you would like to apply for this position please follow the link on this page. Alternatively you can call Catherine Robb for a confidential discussion on *****88 + click to reveal or e-mail *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal
Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.
Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.
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Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call *****14 + click to reveal to find out more. Conditions apply.
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We are seeking a motivated, passionate and inspiring OSHC Coordinator for multiple services South of the River to lead a team and build positive relationships with children and families. This position is permanent part-time working 30hrs a week
Requirements-
Diploma in Early Childhood or ACECQA equivalent Coordinator experience prefer however not essential Certified supervisor certificate required A Working With Children Check Current First Aid Certificate with Anaphylaxis & Asthma Extensive knowledge of the NQF & EYLF as well as the NQS Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience as Educational Leader would be an advantage
Skills and Experience-
Proven ability to mentor and build your team of educators Commitment towards the centers philosophy Good communication skills and rapport builder Excellent organisation skills Friendly and positive attitude to create a cohesive work environment
If you are interested in this position please apply to the link below! Alternatively you can call me on *****88 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion or email your resume to *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal
Our commitment to safeguarding children and young people.
Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.
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Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call *****14 + click to reveal to find out more. Conditions apply.
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About Us
Kaplan Australia is one of the world's leading providers of lifelong education, helping over one million students around the globe achieve their educational and career goals each year. While we provide a broad array of educational offerings through our programs, our commitment to providing unrivalled quality and great learning outcomes is consistent in each of our businesses.
About the Role
Kaplan International English teaches English to international students from all over the world in a fun and engaging environment. We have 7 schools in this region and teach over 7000 international students each year. Offering accredited English programs, university pathways and junior programs in 48 schools across four continents, KIE uses the latest teaching technology, learning technology and our own unique curriculum to help students achieve their goals.
KIE Perth is currently recruiting for a full-time Senior Teacher to assist the Director of Studies (DoS) in the academic operations of the school, providing leadership and academic expertise within the staffroom.
Focus of Position
To work as a member of the Senior Academic Team in the smooth running of the English Department. To efficiently plan and deliver quality lessons as outlined by Kaplan International English for a minimum of 21 hours face to face teaching per week Provide technical expertise and support in the use of learning technology and blended learning within Perth campus
 Essential criteria:
CELTA and Bachelors Degree, plus 3 years’ experience post CELTA Teaching experience across a range of levels Bachelor’s degree + CELTA or equivalent High level communication skills Ability to work well in a team as well as independently Experience teaching Cambridge, IELTS Exam Preparation and Business Courses Relevant experience relating to the management of learning technologies, educational testing and/or other large-scale education projects.
Desirable criteria
Ability to pay careful attention to detail Ability to set targets and meet deadlines and to work under pressure Neat, tidy personal appearance Pleasant, friendly, professional manner
 
It is a requirement of all Kaplan employees to complete a National Police Check and hold a valid Working with Children Check in your relevant state. All costs will be covered by the employer.
Our passion is helping students reach their goals through quality education. Joining our team, you’ll thrive in a rewarding work environment that is customer-focused, dynamic and innovative in spirit. If you share the same passion, please forward your cover letter and resume. 
For questions please contact us at *****@kaplan.edu.au + click to reveal
Applications will close 30 January 2018
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A school in North London is currently recruiting for an English teacher to start ASAP. If you are newly qualified or experienced this might be the role for you!
English Teacher North London ASAP start £130 - £180 per day
English Teacher:
The school is looking for an experienced or newly qualified English Teacher who has the ability to make learning fun and interesting. You will be an English Teacher who can inspire all pupils in your class with engaging, informative lessons designed to create higher attainment levels. Career Teachers wants to recruit an English Teacher who has the skills to deliver fun yet productive lessons and ignite students learning passion.
About the English Teacher Role:
In this English Teacher post you will be expected to use your passion for the subject to enthuse pupils to opt excellent grades. As such, you will be expected to have the academic knowledge to teach the subject all the way to grade 12.
The school wants to recruit an English Teacher who has an excellent grasp of how to best manage challenging behaviour in the classroom to ensure that all pupils make progress and learning is inclusive of all. The successful English teacher will have access to extensive CPD within the position, a comprehensive induction scheme and fantastic support.
To be eligible for this role you must have the following:
Bachelors degree in education Youth Mobility Visa, Ancestry Visa or British/EU passport Be able to supply 2 years worth of references
What to expect from London?
A multi-cultural and diverse city Always something to do Access to all of Europe A safe and easy to use public transport system Your very own classroom! London is full of Primary, Secondary and SEN schools that need teachers today!
What Career Teachers offer?
Up to $1000 flight reimbursement - along with help booking flights and finding temporary and longer term accommodation Support setting up a UK bank account and settling into London Life Regular social events where you can meet other overseas teachers A London travel card with credit! A multitude of teaching positions in Primary, Secondary and SEN schools and we will find you the job that suits your availability, skill set and ideals Flexible work so you are free to experience London and Europe whilst developing your teaching skills and resume UK curriculum training and ongoing support from Career Teacher’s highly qualified Training Department Excellent rates of pay!
If you feel you are up to the challenge please send your resume in word format to Isabel -*****@careerteachers.co.uk + click to reveal
Do you hold UK QTS? Did you know that with Career Teachers is fully compliant with Agency Worker Regulations ensuring you receive equal treatment for pay and conditions after a 12 week qualifying period? Please ask for further details.
Important Notice: In order to apply for the above position all applicants must be eligible to work in the UK, or eligible to apply for a relevant work visa. Career Teachers are unable to offer a work permit to any applicant or facilitate work permits for any vacancy on behalf of one of its clients. It is Career Teachers policy, as a matter of courtesy, to respond to all applications within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to respond to individual candidates. If we have not contacted you within three working days your application has been unsuccessful and your details have not been retained. Please apply for any other position that you may see in the future. Thank you. Career Teachers is a Recruitment Agency and is advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of its Clients.
As an overseas teacher in the UK, some of the fantastic benefits of working with Career Teachers include: $500 Flight reimbursement
Career Teachers covers $500 of your flight costs after 20 teaching days worked National Award Winner for Best Candidate Care £125 Great British Pounds paid for short term supply work and more for long terms assignments Weekly pay Approximately one week off every 6 weeks Accommodation assistance Full orientation Program on arrival in our London office before you start work Assistance with the set up of a UK Bank Account Full medical coverage under the UK's National Health Service Claim a portion of your weekly rent, travel, and food expenses Free Oyster Travel Card with £5.00 credit Personalised service
If you are interested in taking the next steps towards teaching in the UK, please apply directly to this job post, send your CV to the contact details below, or simply let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Seeking an experienced Energetic nanny to babysit 2 boys aged 5 & 7. Hours required
School drop off 6:30-9am 3 days per week
School pick up 3-6/6:30pm 2 days per week
No need for drivers license (Nedlands area)
$18-20 per hour
Light house duties (ie packing up after meals & play)
Computer & homework activities
Craft & sports
Passionate with children :)


Please send resume, photo I'd & police clearance / working with children check details to email
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Here at The Akidamy School of Early Learning, we are creating a unique educational program for our families and children to experience and for our educational team to drive – a "place for love and learning".   We are a new architecturally designed centre, which includes an amazing outdoor space, with 4 Studios including a designated art area (atelier).
The Akidamy needs a Manager who is focused on building a genuine 'community of learners' underpinned by your substantial professional knowledge, experience and personal leadership capabilities.  
Our curriculum is guided by Reggio Emilia approach and complies with the National Early Years Learning Framework.  We are also inspired by the RIE & Pikler philosophy for the early years of development.  We will be embedding art (including an amazing atelier space), music, mindfulness and a formal language program into our everyday curriculum.
We are in close proximity to the Perth CBD and have outstanding public transport facilities near The Akidamy, we are 75m from the East Perth train station and major bike path and 150m major bus routes.
Selection Criteria:
Previous experience as Director or Assistant Director (3 to 5 years) at an Early Learning Centre. Minimum requirement of Diploma in Children's Services and preferably a Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood). Demonstrated leadership and management capabilities and strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.  Experience and practice with Reggio Emilia approach, RIE & Pikler philosophy and a sound understanding of other philosophies and pedagogies. Demonstrated commitment to Early Childhood Education profession including sound knowledge of the National Quality Framework and its practical application in the Long Daycare (LDC) environment. Substantial experience working in a LDC environment with an understanding of the business aspects of Centre performance. General business experience including; budgeting; administration, HR, organisation and time management skills. Demonstrated commitment Experience with CCMS/databases and computer software skills is necessary. Current Working with Children's Check, Police Clearance, First Aid, CPR and Asthma/Anaphylaxis Certificates.
Desirable Criteria:
A sense of fun and willingness to think outside the box. Understanding of social media. Ability to speak a second language (French, Italian, German and/or Spanish).
Would you like to hear more and talk to us about your suitability for the role?  Please provide your application, including:
Your personal professional philosophy. A covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, including an outline of your leadership style and pedagogical influence/s. A Resume addressing your qualifications and capabilities including; substantial previous experience in leading a childcare centre, exceptional communication capabilities, strong organisational skills, your social media savvy and relationship building skills.  The proposed package is based on attracting the absolute best candidates for this senior leadership role at the Akidamy. Ideally, this position is due to be commenced early 2018 prior to the centre opening. Only applicants that have full permanent working rights in Australia should apply.
In return, you will get the opportunity to work in an amazing environment.  Please forward your application to:  *****@giggletree.com.au. + click to reveal
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Who we are
anzuk Education are an Australian owned and run agency specialising in recruitment for the education sector. We have offices in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and offices internationally. Our services include casual staff replacement, teacher and executive level recruitment, and professional development for early childhood, school and adult education settings.
The Culture
Our office is vibrant and energetic with our core values guiding the way we work and interact. We collaborate together and continually strive to improve all aspects of our business on a daily basis. We are a supportive team that challenge and drive each other to meet personal and company objectives.
The Role
Recent teaching experience or previous recruitment experience within in the education sector will be highly valued.
The successful applicant will lead the delivery of high calibre candidates into our established clientele, along with opening up opportunities into new markets. You will work closely with all other offices in Australia. Bringing energy, innovation and enthusiasm to your role. Your responsibilities will include -
Maintaining and enhancing key stakeholder client relationships built upon trust and service quality • Establishing new partnerships with prospective clients • Sourcing, vetting and accurately maintaining candidate information via available database • Matching candidates with client vacancies • Providing an exceptional experience to all applicants • Developing candidate capacity to progress and grow as an educational professional
Successful Applicants will have Maintaining and enhancing key stakeholder client relationships built upon trust and service quality • Establishing new partnerships with prospective clients • Sourcing, vetting and accurately maintaining candidate information via available database • Matching candidates with client vacancies • Providing an exceptional experience to all applicants • Developing candidate capacity to progress and grow as an educational professional
Benefits
If you're driven by achieving in a collaborative and team based environment, love exceeding targets and are looking for a position with purpose, this will be the role for you. You'll be joining an established brand with an outstanding base of existing clients. Quarterly and annual bonus based upon performance.
The must have's
A clear police record and a valid drivers license.
How to apply
Select APPLY NOW and attach a current CV and cover letter outlining relevant experience and skills.
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The Company
Ashley Services Group is part of a large ASX listed business. Our registered training organisation based in Maddington delivers accredited face-to-face training through both workplace and class-room environments. We provide specialised training in Civil Construction, Warehousing Operations, Logistics, WHS and are committed to ensuring training meets the current industry standards.
The Opportunity
It is an exciting time to join this market leading RTO whilst it continues to expand throughout the country. This RTO now requires a passionate Contract and Full Time Trainers to deliver Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations RII30815 to students in a classroom environment.
You will have the chance to join our existing team of trainers and take ownership of the theoretical components and assist on practical assessments when required.
Well established RTO & ASX listed • Competitive Annual Salary
Suitable candidate will have:
• A Cert III in Civil Construction Plant Operations RII30815 with recent experience on plant equipment
• A Current Cert IV in Training and Assessment (TAE)
• Excellent communication and presentation skills
• Be comfortable working in a fast paced environment
• A positive attitude and enjoy working in a team environment
• Be reliable and punctual
• Ability to work unsupervised
IF you have the above attributes and feel you can be successful in this role please don’t delay in applying today via links below. or email *****@ashleyservicesgroup.com.au + click to reveal
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Learning Enrichment Teacher
Full Time • Western Australia, Australia.
Position Description:
The ideal candidate will have experience teaching middle or upper primary school students. We seek teachers who are passionate, dedicated, innovative and committed to providing a broad based and holistic education in a caring and supportive environment. A commitment to the philosophy of Christian Education is also essential.
About the Role:
Full Time • Western Australia, Australia.
About the School:
The school facilitates the Walker Learning Approach across the middle and upper years of the Primary School (Years 3 – 6). It encompasses developmentally appropriate practices to continue to engage students in their learning and to develop the skills necessary for 21st Century learning.
The key components of this aspect of the pedagogy are:
Full Time • Western Australia, Australia.
The learning environments are flexible and technology is an integrated part of the Approach.
Benefits of Registering with Vivid Teachers:
Full Time • Western Australia, Australia.
About You:
Full Time • Western Australia, Australia.
In order to apply for this role please email your CV to *****@vividteachers.com + click to reveal or click on “Apply for Job” below.