Casual Educators

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Love childcare? Need flexibility? We have the job for you!We're building an amazing team...and we need you for casual positions in our Hornsby Centr

Summary about this job

Company: Affinity Education Group

Location: Sydney

Work type: Casual/Vacation

Salary: n\a

Phone: +61-2-3121-5456

Fax: +61-7-8852-5592

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Detail information about job Casual Educators . Terms and conditions vacancy

  • Flexible Hours
  • Fantastic Organisational Culture
  • Happy and Busy Environment

Love childcare? Love flexibility? We have the job for you!

We’re building an amazing team…and we need you!

Your next career step in Early Childhood Education starts here!

 

We’d love to welcome you to our friendly casual team in Hornsby. 

We’re offering job flexibility, an exciting variety of centres to work in and excellent pay rates. But our rewards don’t stop there. As part of our casual pool, you’ll connect with early education professionals, have access to career development pathways, and the support of a team who genuinely want you to realise your full potential.

You’ll be invited to work in the following centre:

Kids Academy Hornsby 

Each centre has its own unique community spirit, and is run by an experienced and committed Centre Manager, supported by an Assistant Centre Manager and team of educators. As part of the Lifelong Learning Centres Network owned and operated by Affinity Education Group, they are united by exciting programs, a commitment to safety and quality, and an approach to early education which recognises that the first five years in a child’s life are the most important of all.

And with so many locations on offer all with from the same employer, you may even find your dream job at your ideal centre – and decide to stay.

Whether you’re a committed casual or after a permanent position – joining our casual pool is a career step in the right direction.

While enjoying the complete flexibility of shifts and locations that suit you, you will also have full access to benefits enjoyed by Affinity Education Group employees.

This includes exclusive staff benefits, company discounts, and a vibrant culture full of inspiration, motivation and education.

THE ROLE

As Assisting Educator, you will help with the preparation, implementation and evaluation of educational programs designed to bring out the children's best. You will work with children individually and in groups, and support the Lead Educator in completing daily observations for program planning purposes. You will also help to create a caring, secure and active learning environment.

We expect you will have:

  • experience caring for children of all ages, while respecting any cultural, socio-economic or other differences and giving consideration to individual interests, special needs and aptitudes
  • the skills to gather and document detailed information about the children, and to develop an accurate developmental profile for each child
  • the ability to contribute to a smoothly operating and continuously improving centre, one where children feel safe and stimulated to learn and families feel welcome and informed of their child's development
  • a proven capability to meet relevant regulations and standards
  • a strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)
  • experience in an early childhood setting or in a similar role
  • a Certificate III in Children's Services or study towards an approved early childhood education diploma qualification
  • a current Working with Children Check or equivalent, current driver's licence, first aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) and resuscitation certificate.

 

As Lead Educator, you will design, implement and evaluate educational programs for individuals and groups of children that inspire them to investigate, create and explore. You will also support your team of educators in their implementation of these programs, contributing to their effective work practices and assisting them to make adaptations to meet the developmental needs of all children.

We expect you will have:

  • the ability to lead a team of educators, motivating them to perform at their best
  • the skills to create a friendly, caring, stimulating and active learning environment
  • the ability to discuss programs, children's needs, changes in routine and developmental challenges with children's parents
  • the skills to drive continuous improvement in the service, and in the children
  • experience managing daily care routines and associated administrative and compliance tasks
  • experience maintaining health and safety and hygiene standards, and ensuring all risks are minimised
  • a strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)
  • a Diploma in Children's Services or similar early childhood qualification
  • a current Working with Children Check or equivalent, current driver's licence, first aid certificate (including asthma and anaphylactic training) and resuscitation certificate.

 

YOUR REWARD

Advance in the casual Assisting / Lead Educator roles.

Achieve beyond your expectations as you are supported to learn new things, grow personally and professionally, and develop new, valuable skills. Enjoy exciting new opportunities that go beyond the ordinary. Achieve newfound happiness and work-life balance.

Feel positive. Feel proud. Make new friends. Laugh. Go home smiling.

MAKE YOUR MOVE

Apply now.

 

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