Early Childhood Teacher I ECT I Leichhardt

What's in it for you? Support for a healthy life and work balance Internal promotion opportunities Excellent supportive team environment Paid training and support Flexible working arrangements Access to leading curriculum training – LLS Learn Opportunity to make suggestions to support continues improvement – equal voice Direct access to management
Little Learning School Leichhardt is a spectacular, heritage-listed site in the heart of Leichhardt providing 44 places with a newly renovated outdoor playground plus multiple rooms for children to enjoy, explore and create their own adventures. All toys, resources and materials are specifically chosen to ensure your child has fun, is engaged, and stays inquisitive while receiving market-leading early education What’s in it for the children? We actually care about children and put them first! Little Learning School is a privately owned Australian business, operating since 2004, with centre's across Sydney and Melbourne who are all placing the children first. We provide the foundation for children to experience care and development by a combination of expert staff, leading facilities and educational programs to stimulate self-esteem and creativity. We are a brand consistently recognised for its quality and values with 12 centres Exceeding the NQS and more to come.
Your role Reporting to the Centre Director and working closely with children, families and educators, your key objective will be to contribute to the care and education of children as a senior member of the teaching team establish and support the development of appropriate programs for both individual and groups of children in conjunction with our exclusive ‘Ready to Read’ school readiness program and LLS Learn Curriculum. This is a full time opportunity and you have the option of a monthly RDO. You'll be rewarded with above award conditions, career progression opportunities and a fun and collaborative Centre you'll love being a part of. As 2IC you will be working in the classroom to support and mentor educators through center policies and procedures and the best educational practices. You will also work in partnership with the Centre Director and manage the day to day operations of the Centre. Excellent support is provided with your Area Manager. Skills and Experience Early Childhood Teaching qualification (as recognised by ACECQA); New graduates are also welcome; Demonstrated experience within an Early Childhood Education setting Practical working knowledge and implementation of the National Quality Framework and the Early Years Learning Framework Passionate, enthusiastic and strong commitment to high quality early childhood education and care Strong team-work skills A current First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma certification A current Working With Children Check
Our culture Little Learning School will continue seeking to become the leader in the sector by being innovative and attracting the greatest educators. With quarterly team building events, educator awards and gifts, paid external training opportunities and fantastic work environments; we ensure you feel valued and rewarded ongoingly. We appreciate the importance of a healthy work life balance. Other Benefits Paid training & development including; Practical National Quality Framework Training First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Care Child Protection Training Career path planning with a dedicated mentor
How to apply; Don’t miss this opportunity – click ‘APPLY NOW’ or contact Imogen on *****71 + click to reveal for a confidential chat today! We treat applications with respect and confidentiality. During your application, please be sure to lets us know the most practical time our recruitment team can contact you.
About the business
Bright Vibe Learning Centre is a privately owned Long Day Care Centre in Liverpool. We strive to provide the highest quality care and education for children. 
About the role
Working as part of a team you will develop and implement educational play based programs.  Your passion for children and a genuine caring nature will see you thrive in this role.
Must Have Skills:
A minimum Certificate III in Children's Services Valid Working with Children's Check First Aid Certificate – including asthma and anaphylaxis Sound written and verbal communication skills
What We Can Offer:
Fun, supportive team environment Set hours, set days. Enjoy a healthy work life balance! Onsite parking - the centre is also close to public transport Wide range of Educational resources 
For further information please do not call the Centre. Please email ***** + click to reveal
Firstly, ask yourself these questions:
Do you thrive on working in a self-managed position where your Approved Provider and Operational Manager trust your experience, knowledge and ability to ensure your room exceeds expectations?
Are you seeking a position where your experience, knowledge and ability is trusted and you're not micro managed?
Are you tired of only having 2 hours per week programming time and wish you had more time to ensure your documentation is thorough and up to date?
If you answered "YES", Kids@Play is the right place for you.
Due to 2 Educators moving overseas from our Croydon Park Service and Concord services, we require  fulltime Educators.
Kids@Play require an Educators with a Cert III/Diploma/ECT (can be working towards a qualification) to be responsible for implementing high quality programming and documentation including learning stories, observations and developmental portfolios, 
Minimum 3 years' experience  Diploma or Bachelor qualification (or equivalent), or working towards First Aid, CPR, Anaphylaxis and Asthma training Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) Proven knowledge of the approved learning frameworks and NQS A current WWCC
If successful you would be working under an experienced Director who is strongly supported by a dynamic Approved Provider.
To apply for these positions please submit a copy of your updated resume and a cover letter. Successful candidates will be contacted in due course.
We have also been notified of Assessment and Rating, therefore the position is for someone that can jump in with knowledge of the NQF/S and EYLF.
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Thank you.
Maria La Cava
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Healthcare Australia (HCA) are the leading providers for health care workers in Australia. 
About the Role:
The role is based in the surrounding Liverpool Area and is a casual position with the possible opportunity to continue on an ongoing basis. The shifts may cover days, evenings, sleepovers and weekends. Suitable candidates may be offered work in surrounding areas. 
Supporting young clients 1:1 in a residential, out of home setting who have come from trauma backgrounds including neglect, abuse & violence. You will be:
Emotionally supporting the young clients & help motivate, provide social support & develop life skills Providing/prompting personal care, assisting with domestic duties & administering medication Managing challenging behaviours - verbal & physical aggression, absconding etc.
YOU should be:
Committed to providing the highest standard of care & support Reliable & flexible - willing to pick up different shifts (AM, PM, Night Duties) Able to build rapport with the clients & maintain professional relationships Able to manage HIGH challenging behaviours in a calm manner Willingness to provide personal care if needed
Essential Experience Criteria:
A minimum of paid 12 months experience supporting children in out of home setting is ESSENTIAL Availability of 3 days or more per week You must have a current First Aid Certificate & a current CPR Certificate NSW drivers licence & your own transport NSW Working with Children Check 2 Relevant References Checks within the Youth Sector
*HCA can help you update or obtain a First Aid & CPR Certificate or NSW Working with Children Check - just call today & ask a consultant!
Benefits of working with HCA:
Instant shifts with the eHCA mobile app - update your availability, view & accept shifts & submit your timesheet 24 hour support from the HCA team 
If you meet the above requirements, please apply here or send your updated resume to ***** + click to reveal or feel free to call Naomi on *****04 for + click to reveal any enquiries.
**Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for this role due to the high volume of applications received
**Pay rates based on your experience
**Male youth workers required due to the background of the clients
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.
Community Kids Campsie Early Education Centre 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.
For further information and photos of this centre, please visit the website below:

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
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Applications Close: 20/04/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
About the Organisation:
A leading NGO with services covering children and young people, vulnerable families, disability, early childhood and more, this organisation has something for everybody.
About the Role:
Based in Liverpool, as a Therapeutic Caseworker you'll be working alongside a clinical psychologist providing trauma informed intensive support services. You'll be working with "at risk" young people who've suffered several forms of abuse and neglect and are dealing with severe social problems including homelessness.
In this role you'll receive comprehensive professional development and training so will be constantly upskilling as you go along. Most of your work will be therapeutic and done in the community working with families, teaching children and parents skills to build their own capacity to be able to stand on their own.
Essential Requirements:
Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or equivalent field Minimum of 3 years case management experience working with children, young peopl and families Demonstrated understanding of child protection issues and an ability to conduct risk and family assessments Demonstrated ability engaging families with high and complex needs Demonstrated excellence in working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people, families and organisations and planning, delivering and evaluating services in a culturally sensitive manner. Ability to work flexible hours
Additional info:
Based near Liverpool Excellent Remuneration : Paying $66,000 and above P/A plus Super Generous Salary Packaging available (up to $16,000 tax free) Must have NSW WWCC Must have NSW drivers licence and willingness to transport families, children and young people
Please click apply and attach your CV or send your CV as an expression of interest to:
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Christopher McCabe
Senior Recruitment Consultant
Sugarman International
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Pay no rent! Fully subsided Furnished Accommodation Above award salary + annual travel allowance Continuous professional development
The Centre 
This new state of the art Centre is located on a remote island in the Northern Territory; a 90-minute flight from Darwin. This committee managed, and community run centre includes a medium sized long day care facility as well as an OSHC facility. Community spirit and respect for multicultural diversity is very important to this town and this childcare centre offers a warm, nurturing and homely environment for all children and families.
The opportunity 
If you have a true passion for early childhood and have been considering a change, this presents as a truly unique opportunity to become an integral member of the community in one of the most beautiful places in Australia. With accommodation fully subsidised, there will be no rent to pay, and with a very generous salary on offer, this really is the opportunity of a lifetime. On top of all of this, your relocation costs will be fully covered and you'll also receive an annual holiday allowance to use for travel expenses. In addition, the centre fully promotes professional development and study whilst working.  
Inclusive benefits
Generous salary package- above award Relocation costs included Annual holiday allowance  Fully subsidised furnished accommodation - No rent to pay!
Who you'll be
You’ll be an experienced educator who has a passion for working children and working as part of a team. You will be at the stage in your career where you are ready for a new challenge. With a strong knowledge of the EYLF and NQS regulations, you will be able to plan and program effectively. You will have respect and understanding for a variety of different cultures and be able to provide an inclusive program for all.
Skills and qualifications 
Certificate III or Diploma of Children's Services Current first aid, anaphylaxis and asthma certifications 2+ years as an educator
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Jenny's Kindergarten & Early Learning Hurstville is a well established Early Learning centre. We are seeking a hands-on Director to manage the day to day operations of the Centre whilst ensuring the delivery of high quality early childhood programs. 
About the role
Key responsibilities of the role include:
Developing, implementing & evaluating a curriculum that meets the needs, interests and strengths of each child in conjunction with staff and families Building, mentoring and developing a team of passionate and dedicated staff members Encouraging and developing partnerships between Jenny's Kindergarten, families and the community Managing the Centre's budget and administrative requirements Role modelling behaviours and practices in relation to all NQF indicators
Whats on offer
This is a challenging and exciting new opportunity with an Organisation which can offer you:
A competitive salary package Career progression  A supportive and inclusive management team Extensive training and development
Skills and requirements
To be successful in this role, you will possess:
A Bachelor of Teaching/Education (Early Childhood) or a Diploma of Children's Services and be working towards your degree Experience in a leadership role within an early childhood environment Sound working knowledge of the National Quality Framework and EYLF Current First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management qualifications A Working With Child Check clearance (or completed the application process for a new Check).
Please apply via SEEK, or forward your cover letter and resume to ***** + click to reveal
About Inner West Council
Formed from the amalgamation of Ashfield, Leichhardt and Marrickville Councils, Inner West Council is now among Sydney’s larger local government agencies looking after a vibrant community of 185,000 people living in some of the inner city’s most vibrant, creative, liveable and diverse suburbs.
As we continue to deliver quality, innovative and inclusive programs and services, we would love it if you can join in our journey towards becoming the best council for our community.
We are committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity, WHS, sustainability, continuous improvement and business excellence. The community is at the heart of the organisation and Council puts its ‘Values First’ with flexibility, integrity, respect and the spirit of team as a set of values and associated behaviours for all levels in the organisation.  We expect commitment to these values from all employees in performing their respective roles
We offer career life balance with hours that allow you to relax and recharge. Many roles offer roster days off giving even greater quality of life and balance. (please check details within the advert)
Permanent employees benefit from our great value gym membership from $12.95/week giving access to a vast network of gyms in Sydney.
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About the role The Centre Co-ordinator will manage the Education and Care Service effectively by ensuring all staff and Educators demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, allocating resources, ensuring a safe, nurturing and stimulating learning environment for the children, developing quality relationships and liaising effectively with staff and parents as well as internal and external stakeholders.
Please read the Position Description to familiarise yourself with all the requirements and conditions of the role.
$79,888 p.a - $96,855 p.a + super 
Benefits Flexible work arrangements and RDO scheme Strong learning and development focus and culture Health and wellbeing programs including a subsidized gym membership to a network of Sydney gyms  Social sports groups
Key duties
Overseeing the development of programs with input from all staff and parents to meet the overall developmental and unique needs of the children. Prioritising resources, monitoring and managing the income and expenditure to ensure the service operates within annual financial budget allocations Attending and contributing towards Children’s Services Leadership & Management team meetings. Liaising with parents regarding issues relating to their children, the program, centre policies and Council policies. Ensuring educators promote and role-model to children a self-monitoring approach to maintain a reasonable standard of personal hygiene.

Some of the required skills, experience and qualifications

Essential Criteria:
 University Degree (or equivalent) of Early Childhood Education Must meet Child Protection Act requirements and hold a current NSW Working with Children Check clearance Accredited with the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES). Current First Aid Certificate and completion of or willingness to undertake approved course/s in Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management. Able to meet the requirements for Nominated Supervisor under the National Education and Care Services Regulations. Identify and Respond to Children at Risk of Harm Statement of Attainment Extensive experience as an Education and Care Service Director/Coordinator Commitment to ongoing professional development to ensure an understanding of current early childhood knowledge, legislation, research, theory and practice. Demonstrated ability to plan, implement and document developmentally appropriate and inquiry/interest based programmes for individual children and groups of children. Ability to undertake the role of Educational Leader as required by Co-ordinator, Children’s Services or Manager, Children’s Services. Proven ability and experience in inspiring, motivating and supporting educators and staff as well as be an effective team leader and a cooperative team member. Extensive working Knowledge of National Quality Framework including: National Quality Standards, National Education and Care Services Regulations, Early Years Learning Framework and Assessment and Rating System as well as other associated legislation. Knowledge of positive behaviour guidance techniques and strategies for children and ability to empower educators to implement such strategies Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service including interacting and communicating effectively with children, parents, staff and other stakeholders. Strong commitment to Children’s Services and Council’s vision and mission including strategic plans and innovations. Proven interpersonal skills including the use of verbal, written and technological communication. Demonstrated organisational, financial and resourcing skills. Knowledge and understanding with a commitment to implement EEO and WH&S principles Desirable Criteria:
 Formal Management and / or leadership training. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Statement of Attainment in Nutrition and Menu Planning (HLTNA302B) and Safe Food Handling (THHGHs01B) Commitment to environmental protection and sustainability Knowledge of a Second Language. Current Driver’s Licence Enquiries Operations Manager Children & Family Services - Natasha D'Ambrosio on *****97. + click to reveal
Closing Date Sunday 1 April 2018, at 11:30pm
How to Apply We recommend you read the Position Description for the role to make sure your application addresses the requirements of the position. Council is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all applicants. Please advise us within the application if you need support, reasonable adjustments to participate successfully in the recruitment process.
To apply for this role, please fill out the questions below - on the following page you'll be asked to add your resume. At this stage of the process, depending on the position you are applying, we may also ask for a range of documents such as copies of your qualification(s), working with children checks, licences/tickets, drawings/examples. Therefore please make sure you have these ready before you apply.
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To apply for this role, please click on the pink Apply for this job button. Please complete the questions listed - once done, on the following page you'll be asked to add your resume. At this stage of the process, depending on the position you are applying, we may also ask for a range of documents such as copies of your qualification(s), working with children checks, licences/tickets, drawings/examples. Therefore please make sure you have these ready before you apply. 
OOSH Co ordinator Job setting up New Service. Revesby.
Your new company
A great opportunity has arisen to be part of one of Australia’s most well-known not for profit organisations as an OOSH Co-ordinator. You will be part of a busy service that provides vacation care and before and after school care for primary aged children in the Inner West. This is a brilliant opportunity to be part of the initial start-up of this service, creating the culture and making relationships with the local communities and families.
Your new role
As OOSH Co-ordinator it will be your responsibility to ensure that the service runs smoothly. You will oversee a team of staff, encourage high quality supervision and engaging, and age appropriate activities in the service incorporating My Time, Our Place.
What you'll need to succeed

Previous OOSH Co-ordinator experience Diploma in Children’s Services or Out of School Hours qualification Strong knowledge of child protection and OOSH policies and procedures Excellent communication and rapport building skills

What you'll get in return
Support and training from Area Manager Above Award Salary Admin support To be part of a large organisation where you can progress in your career

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
Lucille Kilshaw
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If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
KU Children's Services is one of Australia's leading providers of early childhood education and care, and has been enriching the lives of children, families and communities since 1895.
Our range of services are based on a high quality, play-based learning philosophy, and offer staff diverse career opportunities.
Join us and become part of the KU difference. Contract to June 2019 full time role Sector leading pay and benefits Opportunities for career enhancement, progression and development 
Application Assessor
About KU Inclusion Development Fund Manager
KU Children's Services (KU) receives Australian Government Funding to operate the Inclusion Development Fund Manager (IDFM), which is a key element of the Inclusion Support Programme (ISP).
This programme aims to support early childhood and child care services (ECCC) across Australia to improve their capacity and capability to include children with additional needs and embed inclusive practices to support access and participation of all children.
The Role of an Application Assessor
This opportunity within our respected IDFM team will suit an Educator who has a teaching background and is looking to bring their specialist skills into a role that is challenging and rewarding.  If you are an experienced early childhood or primary teacher who wants to make a difference for thousands of children with additional needs in early childhood education and school aged care services, and work in a supportive office based environment - then this opportunity is for you!
As the Application Assessor you will form part of the IDFM team based in the Sydney CBD, working full time contract up to end of June 2019 Monday to Friday 8 hours per day.
Your responsibilities will be to process applications for IDF in line with programme guidelines communicating with ECCC services and Inclusion Agencies to build understanding of the IDF and application processes, maintain records of assessments and contribute to continuous improvement of the IDFM.
To be successful in this positon you will meet the following criteria’s:
Tertiary qualifications in education (early/middle childhood). Demonstrated current knowledge of the ECCC sector. Demonstrated understanding of the principles of inclusion and appropriate strategies educators can implement to reduce barriers and support the inclusion of children with additional needs in ECCC services with their peers. Ability to objectively assess applications against eligibility criteria and set processes and timeframes, and use professional judgement to decide on an appropriate outcome. Excellent oral and written communication skills with high attention to detail Ability to work independently and work well within a team You will be highly organised, like working with online systems and be customer service focused.
Your contribution to the team and the work of the IDFM will be significant in helping to provide an inclusive environment for all children in services across Australia. So if this position resonates with you and you feel you can contribute to the success of the KU IDFM team – Apply now!
Applying for the position
The Cover letter (max 2 pages) should address the key components of the role and essential criteria listed above, applications without a cover letter and answers to the criteria will not be considered.
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button and have ready your CV, Cover letter with answers to the criteria.
Feel free to CONFIDENTIALLY contact us to discuss details of this position. Email to ***** + click to reveal or call Menchie on *****23 + click to reveal.
For a copy of the Position Description Application Assessor Position Description.pdf
anzuk are currently recruiting for an experienced Legal Studies teacher. Experience in Geography and Commerce would be desirable.
About the role: 
Ability to inspire students to learn and understand Legal Studies Ability to work on collaborative projects with other staff in the HSIE department A thorough understanding of the NSW Legal Studies curriculum is essential Geography and Commerce experience would be desirable
Australian citizen or permanent resident Bachelor of Education with current NESA Accreditation High level of computer literacy
If you are shortlisted you will be contacted by phone. Please direct any general enquiries to Michael Evans on *****02 + click to reveal.
anzuk is a leader of temporary, contract and permanent school staffing in Australia and England in the UK. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Our centre is purpose built and offers quality care to 38 children a day, 5 days a week.  We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic learner who is excited about starting a career in Early Childhood Education and Care.
We are looking for someone who is:
- Passionate about children
- Enthusiastic learner
- Willingness to have fun
- Hands on approach 
We will provide:
- A supportive and experienced team
- Creative freedom
- Bonus RDO's
- Weekly rostered time for studies
- Support for a healthy work/life balance
The position would involve working at our centre full time and studying for your certificate III in Children's Services over the course of a year. As this is a traineeship, you will have access to some study hours within your roster. Your role would be to work with children between the ages of 2 years-6 years supporting their learning and development.
You will learn about and experience all facets of working with young children in a long day care setting, and will gain great knowledge and insight from being part of our team. As one of our Educators, you would need to work effectively with our team to ensure the smooth operation of the centre and contribute to high quality practices for children, staff and families. All applicants must be 18 years or over and have applied for the Working with Children Check. Please only apply if you are an Australian resident.
A passion for learning and a hands on enthusiastic approach is what we are looking for in a potential new employee.You must also be an independent learner and be able to manage your TAFE studies in your own time.
Please note that this position is for a non-trained applicant ready to study/work in a traineeship capacity. No other previous experience is necessary.
Apply now by emailing your CV and cover letter to Sam at ***** + click to reveal
Active Kids Group aims to inspire children with a lifelong passion for learning. We achieve this by providing a high level of care and education in an environment designed to stimulate and inspire. For 25 years now, we have consistently provided children between 8 weeks and 6 years of age with the tools to confidently learn and grow. We make sure all our children achieve their highest potential, ensuring every child's love of learning is nurtured. Active Kids Group currently has 15 locations across Sydney. We are currently recruiting for Early Childhood Teachers to come on board and be part of a Fun and Dynamic Organisation.
Why should you join Active Kids Group?
Industry competitive remuneration with salary packaging options Rostered days off Hours negotiable to maintain a balance between leisure and work commitments Employee Recognition Program Discounted child care fees Non contact time for programming Ongoing Professional Development Calendar
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care / Children's Services (Any overseas qualifications must be approved by ACECQA.  If approved as ECT you may be eligible for Sponsorship with AKG)  Working With Children Check Apply First Aid Certificate Asthma & Anaphylaxis Certificate
Key Responsibilities:
Strong communication skills (including written) with children, families and staff Basic technology skills for use of online portfolios Develop, plan and implementation of the Early Years Learning Framework Meet elements based on the National Quality Standards Comply with centre Policies and Procedures
We have employment opportunities across multiple locations:
Narwee Rose Bay  Bondi Moore Park Homebush Cremorne
Join a centre rated Exceeding National Quality Standard
Did you know? Active Kids Group has been rated as Exceeding National Quality Standard under the National Quality Framework. The National Quality Standard (NQS) sets a national benchmark for the quality of children's education and care services across Australia. Services are assessed against the NQS by the state or territory regulatory authority and receive a rating for each of the seven quality areas of the NQS, as well as an overall rating. "An overall rating of Exceeding NQS is given to services that go above and beyond the requirements of the NQS in at least four of the seven quality areas". Source:
In our services, we use online portfolios using iPads and advanced technology tools which allows for easier programming and planning.
How to apply
If this sounds like the role for you please apply now with your cover letter and resume attached.
All enquiries to ***** + click to reveal with "Early Childhood Teachers" in the subject line and we will be in touch.
Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!
Please note that only suitable applicants will be contacted.
Company Information
At Little Zak's Academy our aim is to provide excellence in early childhood care and education in a safe , welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment. Operating for over 25 years, Little Zak's Academy is privately owned and family run, with a strong commitment to participative, consultative and collaborative management.
Job Summary
The role of the Centre Director is to be responsible for leading a small team of educators through the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Framework (NQF) using motivation, guidance, counsel and expertise in leading the day to day operations of the Centre. Coupled with this strong leadership capabilities, the successful Centre Director will also be required to create strong and supportive relationships with families and the local community to bring the best care and environment for families attending the Centre.
Detailed Job Description
Be able to set the day to day working tasks for the Centre including managing the curriculum, overseeing the running of the facilities and be responsible for the overall image of the Centre.
From a safety and security standpoint - responsible for the physical environment of the centre, the team of educators and the children attending the centre.
Work with qualified centre staff to develop an appropriate and age relevant curriculum and ensure that it complies with state and federal requirements.
Lead and execute Centre team initiatives that promote team building and maintains a good working morale.
Evaluate and recommend any equipment and supply purchases required for the centre and purchases within Little Zak's Academy's budget and approval procedures.
Be an Ambassador for workplace values and culture (leading by example) and compliance to policies and procedures at Little Zak's Academy.
Management of ALL staff within the Centre (administration and educators) - responsible for aspects of hiring (interviewing, background checks, confirms that all necessary licenses are valid), managing disciplinary processes with HR consultation, reward & recognition, promotions, maintaining staff development and education.
Meets with parents of prospective students to determine whether the Centre is a good fit for the family, manage the communications with parents and the community, develop policies for the school and communicates the policies to the parents and resolves any concerns with consultation from the Room Educators.
Point of escalation for any issues that may arise from Educators, Supervisors or Parents within the centre and to act as the Mediator and put a solution in place where necessary.
Responsible for the financial management of the centre - works to budget, manage the accounting and fees and oversees accounts payable & receivable.
Work with Marketing Manager to align with the Marketing plan for the Centre allowing for successful public relations and advertising success.
Qualifications and Experience
Education / Certification:
- Bachelor of Teaching / Education (Early Childhood).
- Current First Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
- A current "Working With Children" check.
Work Experience:
- Excellent working knowledge of EYLF and NQF.
- Competent in all areas of Child Care compliance, legislation and WH&S.
- Child Care Industry experience is desired.
- Knowledge of local, state and federal laws regarding safety requirements, inspection and certification procedures.
If you feel like this job is for you, then apply now!
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 799438: ***** + click to reveal
Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Diploma Qualified Childcare Educator to join our team in Ultimo!
Working with us will see the following benefits:
* Full time employment.
* Complimentary uniform.
* Rotating rosters.
* Supportive environment from our management, nominated supervisor, staff and families.
* Dedicated attitude.
* Responsible and reliable.
* Diploma of Children's Services/Early Childhood.
* Willingness to succeed in the industry.
* First Aid or willing to obtain.
If you feel like this job is for you, then apply now!
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About us:
Our Aim is to provide excellence in early childhood care and education in a welcoming, safe, inclusive and nurturing environment. Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run for over 25 years, with a solid commitment to consultative and collaborative management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Be dedicated to complete the theory component of the 12 month traineeship.
  • Be reliable, professional, punctual, enthusiastic and passionate about children’s education, care and inclusive practices.
  • Have effective communication skills.
  • Ability to work rotating rosters, ensuring exposure to the many aspects of the Industry.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work as an effective team member.
  • Have an understanding of workplace health and safety.
  • Willing to have fun, be creative and be invested in the early education of our children.
Essential to be considered:
  • You are over 18 years of age, an Australian citizen/permanent resident.
  • You currently don’t hold a Certificate III qualification in child care.
  • You must be willing to obtain a Working with Children Check.
  • You must be willing to obtain a First Aid certificate.
Benefits of working with us:
  • Great friendly team, with experienced and dedicated education professionals who will guide and mentor you.
  • Modern facilities and technologies.
  • Uniforms provided.
  • Secure parking facilities.
  • We embrace enthusiasm creativity and fun!
We are an equal opportunity workplace where diversity is embraced. We foster a culture that supports inclusion and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
If you meet the key experience required please apply today!
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 792981: ***** + click to reveal
Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for a passionate, dedicated and experienced Diploma or ECT Qualified Childcare Educator to join our team as a Room Leader!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • A Diploma/ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 800948: ***** + click to reveal
KU Children's Services is one of Australia's leading providers of early childhood education and care, and has been enriching the lives of children, families and communities since 1895.
Our range of services are based on a high quality, play-based learning philosophy, and offer staff diverse career opportunities.
Join us and become part of the KU difference. KU Children's Services (KU) is one of the most respected early education providers in Australia and has an enviable reputation for the quality of our services. 99% of KU centres meet or exceed the National Quality Standards.
Inclusion Professional
KU Children’s Services has received Australian Government funding to operate a state-wide Inclusion Agency in NSW/ACT in partnership with Include Me and Gowrie NSW as part of the new Inclusion Support Programme (ISP). The ISP ‘supports mainstream ECCC services to improve their capacity and capability to provide quality inclusive practices, address participation barriers and include children with additional needs alongside their typically developing peers’.  
We are currently recruiting for a motivated early childhood teacher whose passion is to support the provision of inclusive environments for all children. This position will be for our Sydney Metro South Inclusion Hub located in our Peakhurst office. As an Inclusion Professional your aim is to support educators in federally funded education and care services to increase their capacity and capability to embed inclusive practices within their service. 
The position is for a full time, Monday to Friday 8 hours per day, fixed term contract until end of June 2019.
The role of the Inclusion Professional is to:
identify the strengths, capacity and capability of educators to ensure that support provided is tailored to educator and ECEC service needs. work to promote a clear understanding of inclusion, which focuses on all children being seen as capable and contributing in their environment. work closely with other Inclusion Agency team members to deliver inclusion support, which is flexible and responsive to the needs of ECEC services within the jurisdiction and in accordance with the ISP Guidelines. 
Essential Criteria
Tertiary qualifications in education (early/middle childhood) with at least 5 years’ experience. Thorough understanding of the differences between inclusion, integration, micro exclusion and macro exclusion. Demonstrated current knowledge of the early/middle childhood sector, including knowledge of the National Quality Framework, EYLF and MTOP. Ability to facilitate change through the use of reflective practice and a strengths based approach as well as understanding of adult learning principles. Ability to work independently as well as within a team. Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with using standard computer software, such as Microsoft Office and online databases. Current drivers licence and use of a comprehensively insured, registered motor vehicle.
Applying for the position 
Please apply with a cover letter that outlines why you are applying for the position as well as responses to each of the above criteria. 
Feel free to contact us to discuss details of this position by contacting: 
Leanne: *****52 + click to reveal
Glen: *****84 + click to reveal
All enquiries will be treated with strict confidentiality.
The full Position Description is available through the following link:
 Inclusion Professional Position Description - NSW ACT.pdf
The Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) is seeking a dedicated, knowledgeable and enthusiastic education and care professional to support our work overseeing the implementation of the National Quality Framework (NQF) and supporting quality education and care outcomes for children and families.
We want children in Australia to have the best start in life, and if you want to contribute to that this role may be for you.
We provide national leadership on the implementation of the NQF and collaborate with the Australian, state and territory governments and other key stakeholders to:
support the education and care sector to improve quality outcomes for children implement changes that benefit children birth to 13 years-of-age and their families monitor and promote the consistent application of the Education and Care Services National Law across all states and territories.
We strive for innovation and continuous improvement and are committed to keeping the sector and the community informed about quality education and care.
The Role
The Manager Educational Leadership and Sector Support will plan, coordinate and manage ACECQA’s work in delivering quality resources and support to the education and care sector. They will provide advice on the operation of ACECQA systems, processes and enhancement strategies whilst contributing to communication and stakeholder management processes.
This role is full time and ongoing at ACECQA Band 6 ($101,333 to $116,399)
Please submit your CV and a separate document that provides details showing how you meet the selection criteria to Human Resources at ACECQA via email ***** + click to reveal
The closing date for all applications is 11.59 pm 4 April 2018
Selection Criteria
Demonstrated experience in scoping, planning, conducting, managing and reporting on projects and a proven ability to manage and implement improvements to existing systems Demonstrated experience leading, developing and motivating a team of staff to achieve optimum performance and deliver high quality products Proven ability to identify stakeholder interests and implement influencing strategies which align with organisational goals and promote best practice in education and care (including experience in collaborating with key stakeholders in the Australian education and care sector) Proven capacity to communicate persuasively and clearly to the education and care sector and other key stakeholder, including skills in developing and delivering interactive presentations, eLearning modules, resources, newsletter articles, operational guidelines, technical reports, briefs and correspondence Demonstrated knowledge of the children’s education and care sector in Australia and demonstrated familiarity with the National Quality Framework including the National Law and Regulations, learning frameworks and related resources Proven ability to gather and assess information to develop recommendations and develop innovative strategies as part of longer term planning processes. Highly Desirable:
Qualifications and experience in children’s education and care and/or adult learning and/or Knowledge of, or experience in, regulatory processes or government decision making. You must have the right to work and live in Australia to apply for this role.
If you have any questions, please contact Jane Solly - Senior HR Officer on *****93 + click to reveal
ACECQA is an Independent National Statutory Authority established under the Education and Care Services National Law, based in Sydney.
NOTE, starting salary for staff entering ACECQA is the base of the ranges listed above, as per the ACECQA Enterprise Agreement *****19. + click to reveal It should be noted that the APS classification structure does not apply to ACECQA. 
ACECQA is committed to removing barriers and opening up opportunities.  As an employer we seek to ensure people with differing needs and abilities have the same opportunities to successfully gain skills, knowledge and experience through work, social activities, education and training irrespective of their age, disability, colour, race, gender, religion, sexuality, family responsibilities, or location.  In particular, we are committed to improving opportunities and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

ACECQA is collecting the information requested in this advertisement for the purpose of selection and recruitment of suitable candidates. ACECQA is authorised to do so by the Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010. Please refer to our privacy policy which can be accessed at
Head Teacher Band 1/2 – Childhood Education
Regional Business Group
Location: 2 x positions available at the following locations: Randwick, St Leonards
Position: Permanent full time
Head Teacher Band 1 / Head Teacher Band 2
Shape tomorrow leaders and innovators as a TAFE NSW Head Teacher
TAFE NSW head teachers foster high standards in teaching and learning practices, while managing staff, staying relevant with industry and nurturing student careers.
We are seeking experienced and qualified candidates who share the TAFE NSW Integrity, Collaboration, Excellence and Customer First values, and are willing to help further our ongoing commitment to building an innovative culture. 
The Role
The key focus of this role is to coordinate the delivery of the training plan and to provide leadership and support to a team of teachers in accordance with internal TAFE policy and external regulatory requirements.
This will require you to work as part of a team providing a professional and effective teaching service and to communicate effectively with the administration and other sections of TAFE.
In addition to teaching responsibilities, this role will have specific responsibilities for monitoring program delivery, guiding and coordinating the development of curriculum and resources, and the mentoring and guidance of teaching staff.
To be successful in this role you must have:
Appropriate technical or professional qualifications and vocational and or industrial experience, to be able to teach in one of the principal areas supervised by the head teacher position. Appropriate qualifications include: Current (AQF) Level 5 or higher qualification in Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, with agreement to obtain the Diploma in TAE of AQF Level 5 or higher qualification in Vocational Education and Training (VET) within an agreed timeframe
    2. Knowledge and experience in the VET environment.
    3. Well-developed communication and negotiation skills across a range of customer groups with diverse specialties.
    4.The ability to address and meet the key roles and responsibilities as stated in the Position Description.
Please note that this position has been identified as a hard-to-fill role. As a result, the Essential Requirements have been slightly modified from what the Position Description states and the changes have been listed above.
Your application for this role must include:
A resume, including evidence that you meet the specific requirements of the position. A written response that clearly addresses the two targeted questions below (max. 2 x A4 pages), as this forms an essential component of your overall application. Contact details of 2 referees.
Targeted Questions
Describe a time when you were called upon to deliver and report against a key deliverable which was extremely difficult to achieve. What was the issue? How did you approach the challenge? What actions did you take and what were the outcomes? This role will be responsible for the development of a safe, healthy and inclusive work environment within the teaching section. Describe a time when an unsafe element of the workplace which you were responsible for was identified. What was the issue? How did you approach the challenge? What actions did you take and what were the outcomes?  
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Guide to apply for a position in TAFE NSW (includes map of locations) Position Description
Closing Date: Sunday 25 March 2018 at 11:59 pm
Interviews for this position will commence from Thursday 29 March 2018. 
We will also be placing suitable candidates for this role on an eligibility list which will be used if this role becomes vacant in the future at various locations.
If you require assistance with the application process, or have any enquiries about the position, please contact Alexandra Rooke on *****75 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
We are the leading skills provider in the State: delivering relevant, high-quality, practical and creative training to grow the NSW economy through one TAFE NSW.
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