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Join the Team at Escare Incorporated!

Position: Outside School Hours Care Coordinator

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of children? Do you thrive in a vibrant, energetic environment? Escare Incorporated is looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic Outside School Hours Care Coordinator to lead our after school and vacation care programs!

Why Join Us?
• Impactful Work: Shape the experiences of children in our community.
• Dynamic Environment: No two days are the same in our fun and supportive atmosphere.
• Professional Growth: Opportunities for training and career advancement.
• Community Focused: Be part of a team that values community and connection.

Key Responsibilities:
• Program Development: Design and implement engaging and educational activities.
• Leadership: Supervise and inspire a team of passionate educators.
• Child Safety: Ensure a safe and nurturing environment for all children.
• Family Engagement: Build strong relationships with families and the community.

What We're Looking For:
• Enthusiasm: A positive attitude and a love for working with children.
• Experience: Background in education, childcare, or similar fields.
• Leadership Skills: Ability to lead, motivate, and manage a team effectively.
• Flexibility: Adaptable to the dynamic needs of after school and vacation care programs.

Perks and Benefits:
• Competitive salary and benefits package
• Flexible working hours
• Supportive work environment
• Ongoing professional development
• Make a tangible impact in your community

Ready to make a difference? Apply now and join the Escare Incorporated family!

How to Apply:
Send your resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria to contact@escare.org.au as soon as possible

Escare Incorporated: Where care and community come together


For more information, including job description and selection criteria, visit our website at escare.org.au, email us at contact@escare.org.au or call Jo on 0419 905 233 or 08 90713110

Escare Incorporated is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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Qualified Childcare Educators; Certificate 111 & Trainees for Centres located in Nedlands and Northern Suburbs.

Kidz Biz Early Learning Centres are seeking experienced Qualified Educators and Trainees to fulfill Full Time, Part Time and Casual positions.

Kidz Biz has many years of Child Care experience and expertise with a management structure that incorporates Director; Operations Manager, Assistant Operations Manager, Administration support and an experienced  professional Nominated Supervisors.

Kidz Biz Services implement the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Framework where our team of Educators receive additional support from the Operations Manager, Assistant Operations Manager and Educational Manager.

A Sports and Fitness program is provided for our children on a weekly basis which is conducted by our Sports Manager.

Kidz Biz makes childcare educational, beneficial and fun for every child in our care.

Non-Contact is provided for our Educators on a weekly basis in a separate office area within the service.

Applicants are required to hold a current Working With Children Check, Medical Clearance, First Aid Certificate and relevant recognized Child Care Qualifications

For Educators with children we provide 50% off Child Care Fees.

Professional Development is provided to Employees and assistance in costs to Traineeships is also provided.

We can offer applicants a fresh change within the child care industry. If you would like to be a part of our team and are committed and passionate in the caring and well - being of young children please send your resume to: sheila.v@kidzbiz.net.au

 

We have multiple positions available across WA.

Submit your application now, and we'll work with you to find the best service, team, role, and area to match you.

We have roles across 125 services in WA available, from East Butler all the way down to Rockingham and even Bunbury! Plus everywhere in between.

About the role Have fun while you work by being paid to play and assist in a team of experienced educators in providing an engaging program.

- Facilitate an engaging child-centered program full of exciting experiences such as STEM, sport, cooking, art and craft - whatever you and the children are into!

- Foster healthy relationships with children, the school, community, and parents

About us Partnering with parents and school communities, our goal is to build brighter futures by supporting children's development through play in fun, engaging environments. We live and breathe our company values every day by being considerate, passionate, and courageous, and making a difference.

Who are we looking for?

We can teach you about the job and sector, but a few basics you need to have:

- Enjoy working with kids - Strong and clear communication

- Team player with a desire to become a service leader

- Hold or willing to obtain a national police check (we'll pay for it!) and a state check for working with children

- Australian work rights

- Desirable - Hold a Cert III (CHC30121) or Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Care , Cert III (CHC30221) or IV Education Support, Cert III (10983NAT) or IV Outside School Hours Care or Degree or diploma in education, recreation, sport science, leisure studies, social and behavioural science or nursing What's in it for you? Check out our amazing Employee Perks: - Discounted Health Insurance - get a discount off your premium with Bupa - Discounted

Fitness and Wellbeing - discounted gym membership at over 400 Gyms/Studios, up to 50% off fitness & wellbeing benefits through Wherefit - Lucrative Employee Referral Program - earn up to $750 for an employee referral via Care Friends - Employee assistance program for your wellbeing - FREE counselling! PLUS: - Nationally recognised FREE Diploma traineeship - Discounts for your own children to attend our services - Awards and recognition for performance and service - Get recognised for your hard work across the nation! - We pay you to train! First Aid, CPR AND Police Checks

How to apply If you share our values, want to have fun at work every day, and want a career that works for you, we'd love to hear from you.

Apply now or reach out to our team with any questions careers@junioradventuresgroup.com.au

At Junior Adventures Group, safeguarding children is our top priority. As part of our recruitment process, we conduct thorough background checks, reference checks and appropriate screening on all potential employees to ensure that they share our commitment to safeguarding and have not been involved in any activities that could put children at risk.

We welcome all individuals from diverse backgrounds, genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and cultures, including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, to apply for any open positions within Junior Adventures Group.

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Kidz Biz Early Learning Centre - Early Childhood Teacher

Kidz Biz Early learning Centre are a family owned and operated company who currently seek a Part Time qualified Early Childhood Teacher for our Nedlands centre, Kidz Biz on Monash

We are highly regarded within the Childcare Industry and our services have excellent reputations and provide high quality service to all families, children and staff.

Our Rewards to You:-

  • You will work with a Family Owned, Professional childcare company who have over 25 years’ experience;
  • You will be remunerated according to the Children’s Services Award 2010;
  • Substantial budgets are allocated to each service;
  • You are supported by a strong Management team;
  • Should you require care for your own children, you will receive a 50% discount off your childcare and/or OSHC fees with us;
  • Kidz Biz aim to promote internally and value your career.

This could be your only opportunity to join a well-known and reputable team.

 

JOB SUMMARY

To guide and support a team which provides high quality Early Childhood Education and Care to children. Provide ongoing support and assistance to the Management Team and develop relationships which support families.

Your duties as ECT will include but not limited to:-

  1. Provide a safe, supportive, stimulating and educational environment for children to learn and develop.
  2. Develop and maintain positive partnerships with families and form relationships with children which are comforting and nurturing.
  3. Share information with families relating to their child and the daily activities of the service.
  4. Protect children and their rights, ensure they are safe and adequately supervised at all times.
  5. Understanding of the National Quality Framework and Standards, the service philosophy of Education and Care along with the National Early Years Learning Framework and be committed to the implementation of these processes.
  6. Develop an understanding of and commitment to the components of the Reggio Emilia pedagogy which support our philosophy and participate in the implementation of the program.
  7. Encourage families to participate in service decision making and experiences.
  8. Develop positive channels of communication to ensure the smooth running of the service and contribute towards a healthy team environment.
  9. Promote open communication between Management Team and employees.
  10. Guide and support employees to implement the program along with collaboration with employees to ensure the program is continually improving.
  11. Participate in ongoing professional development (LDP) and training programmes.
  12. To be competent and prepared to be appointed to the position of Responsible Person as required.
  13. Keep up to date with current developments in the Early Childhood field
  14. Demonstrate strong leadership skills and the ability to contribute effectively to a team environment.
  15. Plan, implement and evaluate programs suitable to the individual needs and interests of the children. Use “active critical reflection” when working on each program.
  16. Assist with the mentoring of permanent and casual employees
  17. Maintain ongoing records of the child’s development and daily information.
  18. Ensure a high standard of hygiene in compliance with policies and procedures.  
  19. Undertake shift work, attend professional development and meetings after hours as required.
  20. Assume an equal share of housekeeping duties and ensure equipment is respected and maintained to an optimal level of safety.
  21. Ability to use Information Technology.
  22. Attend parent meetings as required.

Qualifications & Desired Attributes:-

  • Degree qualified – Early Childhood Teaching or equivalent
  • Valid WWCC, Drivers Licence, First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis Management, Medical Clearance and CPR
  • At least 2 years’ experience in the role or a similar position is desired.
  • Ideally, we are looking for an energetic, professional and dedicated leader with a passion for providing optimal care and is passionate about children’s learning and developmental milestones.

This is a Part Time Position (22.5) hours weekly

If you are suitably Qualified and passionate about making a difference to young children, we would love to hear from you.

Please forward Resumes to sheila.v@kidzbiz.net.au

Exciting Leadership Opportunity at Port School’s Early Learning Centre!

CENTRE MANAGER/ DIRECTOR

Are you a highly energized and experienced education and care leadership professional looking for a unique community-based early education program? Look no further! We have an exceptional opportunity for you to lead, coordinate, manage and inspire a close-knit team of passionate educators at Port Schools' innovative Early Learning Centre.

Our Centre, operating with 25 approved places, is unlike any other long day care service. Situated on a school site that caters to ‘at risk’ students who have disengaged from their education. We provide an essential service to support young teen mums in continuing their education, participating in parenting programs, and improving their overall health and social well-being. Meanwhile, their infants, toddlers, and children receive quality care and education at the Port Early Learning Centre, which you could head up !

As the Centre Manager you and the team will strive for best practice and an ‘exceeding rating status’ and will have the chance to shape this facility and its day to day services by leading high level educational practices for our children and the centre's operations. Working closely with the school and the Young Parent Centre Manager, you will champion a dynamic integrated community service approach to teenage pregnancy and education within Western Australia. Our early learning service places a strong emphasis on best practice outcomes and is dedicated to delivering high-quality services and lifelong learning opportunities to children, local teen mums, and their families.

If you are motivated to make a lasting impact on the lives of families, thrive on innovation, and are well-organized and outcomes-focused, this is an excellent opportunity for you. We are seeking a resilient and competent leader who embraces accountability and is committed to delivering outstanding results. This position will also provide an exciting and diverse career path within Port School, working in the arena of 'at-risk' youth.

Join us in this rewarding role, where you can truly make a difference! Apply now to be part of our dedicated team at the Port Early Learning Centre.

To be considered for this position, candidates must possess the following qualifications and experience. Applications without these qualifications will not be considered:

  • Proven Director / Manager experience running a medium / large long day care environment
    Proven track record of successful leadership, management and coordination of day to day operations in an education and care setting.
    Experience in managing people, teams and casual, part time and permanent full time staff
    Relevant qualifications in early childhood education or a related field.
    Demonstrated experience working with diverse and at-risk populations, preferably in a community-based setting.
    Strong knowledge and understanding of best practices in early childhood education, including curriculum development, assessment, and child development principles.
    A high level and understanding of ACECQA governance and compliance and how those expectations translate to your own role and duties and that of your team
    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with educators, parents, and key stakeholders.
    Sound organizational and time management abilities, with a keen attention to detail.
    Resilience and accountability in leading teams and achieving desired outcomes.
    A passion for making a positive impact on the lives of children, families, and the community.

Essential qualifications and certifications:

  • Minimum Diploma in early childhood qualification in accordance with ACECQA
    Desirable to have a postgraduate/tertiary qualification in leadership.
    A willingness to be appointed as a Nominated Supervisor
    Working with Children Check and National Police Clearance
    ACECQA approved First Aid Qualifications that includes applying first aid, CPR, emergency asthma management and anaphylaxis.
    Child Protection Qualification approved by State Regulatory Body.
    Completing satisfactorily Port Schools staff code of conduct online training

To apply, please submit a comprehensive CV showcasing your management and coordination experience within an education and care setting.

Additionally, include a one-page synopsis outlining how your experience would enable you to effectively collaborate with the existing team of experienced educators, both permanent and casual staff. Emphasise your ability to work harmoniously with the Young Parent Centre Manager, teenage mothers, and their families as well as the Deputy Principal who initially set up these centres and now line manages this department and area of the Port Schools business.

Your synopsis should highlight your management and leadership attributes as well as your approach to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment, promoting positive learning outcomes, and ensuring the overall well-being of the children and their parents.

Please send applications directly to:

Deputy Principal: Mike Gilbert - mike@portschool.wa.edu.au

Imagine living and working in one of Australia’s most sort after bucket list holiday destinations. Surrounded by picturesque landscapes and spectacular sunsets, and weekends full of hiking, swimming, 4WDing, and boating. 

                      This really is a more than a job, it is a lifestyle. 

To help you enjoy this lifestyle we offer our employees above award wages. To be considered for this amazing opportunity you must possess the following qualities:

  • Ready and willing to give cuddles and love to every child who enters our doors
  • Be willing  to accept that you WILL become a loved and valued part of our "Ewin Family"
  • Be able to take a joke, we love to laugh and giggle in our workplace...come and join the fun!

 

Who are we?

EWIN Early Learning Centre is situated in the East Kimberley town of Kununurra known for its outback adventures and relaxing community atmosphere. We provide high quality child care in a family focused environment where we love to see children being children and ensure they have a place where they can learn, laugh and grow.

 

What's it like working at EWIN ELC?

We pride ourselves on our fun family workplace culture where our staff are well taken care of and have a sense of belonging. Our centre is well resourced to ensure our staff are enabled and supported to effectively provide quality learning experiences for the children and peace of mind to families.

 

What you can expect working with EWIN ELC:

  • Generous Remuneration – We reward our staff with above award pay rates of 10-20% based on experience and performance
  • Opportunity to work a nine day fortnight with a paid RDO each fortnight
  • A supportive family work environment where we care about you
  • Assurance of what is expected of your role with clearly communicated Policies and Procedures
  • Annual set paid Mental Health Rejuvenation Day for you
  • 3 weeks closure over the Christmas/New Year period so you can rest
  • Opportunity for further professional growth and development through ongoing external training, workshops and on the job training support
  • A safe, hygienic and well-resourced environment where you can flourish as an educator
  • An experienced Management Team of professional role models who use their expertise and leadership to guide, mentor and support our Educators and staff

 

We are looking for someone who:

  • Holds, or is currently studying, Cert III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or Children’s Services
  • Holds or is willing to obtain first aid certification and a Western Australian Working With Children Check
  • Is proactive in contributing to documentation of children's learning, programming and planning
  • Is passionate about providing high quality Education and Care to all children
  • Has an energetic, positive attitude and the drive for continual professional growth
  • Is willing to be guided and mentored by an experienced Room Leader who is committed to your success
  • Can develop strong inclusive relationships with families, children, colleagues and the community
  • Would like to have the opportunity for career development and advancement
  • Can foster our home away from home environment

Short or long term contracts available.

If this sounds like you, and you are ready to work and live in a beautiful part of Australia, we would love to hear from you! 

 

What should you do next?

Visit our website at ewinelc.org.au to find out more about our amazing town and our centre.

If you would like to apply for this incredible opportunity, please download and complete the application form available by visiting www.ewinelc.org.au/forms1.html [link removed] 

Then address and send your application and your resume to Lisa Stipanich eccoordinator@ewinelc.org.au [link removed] or contact her on 08 9168 1419 if you have any questions.

What happens after I send my resume?

Once we receive your resume we will review it to see if you have the necessary qualifications and experience, if you do we will email/call you within 7 days to arrange an interview. If you do not hear from us, we appreciate your interest in this role and encourage you to continue with your studies and developing your experience, and keep an eye out for more opportunities to work with us in the future.

Our centre in old Byford, is what child care centres should be all about:

  • do you love BIG open spaces that goes above and beyond what the regulations require? 
  • do you love playgrounds that are designed around big beautiful trees?
  • do you have a great imagination and enjoy exploring with children?
  • are you someone who loves interacting with children?
  • are you wanting to work in a supportive, dedicated and well established team?
  • do you want to be part of a family, rather than a corporation?

If this sounds like you, please read on…

Byford Child Care Centre believes in creating a home away from home and is now looking for Certificate 3 Educators who not only values and loves children, but understands the importance communication plays with each other and families. 

To be considered in this role you will need:

  • Certificate 3 in Early Childhood Education and Care or equivalent or willing to take on a traineeship to gain this qualification 
  • A highly motivated approach to providing a high quality care
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

Ideally you will also have or be willing to get:

  • Working with Children Check
  • First Aid inclusive of Asthma & Anaphylaxis training
  • Child Protection 

What we provide:

  • Supportive team culture
  • Centre uniforms
  • Educator child/ren fee discount
  • Flexible working days and hours
  • Walking distances to public transport
  • Professional development and Team Building
  • Daily Centre Cleaners

We would love to meet you if you are looking for this change...please contact our Centre Director Jodi 

The passionate educators at Indigo Montessori North Perth are seeking candidates for the position of Centre Manager to join their team. The successful applicant would work collaboratively with the support of our Kids Club Manager and would ideally lead through example with inspiring ideas. 

Our Managers also work closely to support our team, so you can’t be afraid to get soil on your hands or flinch when faced with mysterious substances. These may end up smeared on your uniform by the end of the day but fear not!! a yearly shirt allocation is provided. 

When you are not spending time supporting your team, step into the newly renovated office. This features a partial wraparound balcony that is perfect for taking in fresh air and sunshine during breaks or sipping a coffee from the local cafe. The quaint heritage building has indoor environments that have recently been upcycled and has large spacious yards which includes a charming vegetable garden. 

We are seeking a high performing employee with the drive to build respectful and reciprocal relationships with children, families and staff, and the ability to lead the service to provide high - quality early learning and care. 

If this sounds like you keep reading!! 

Indigo Montessori is a privately owned and operated family business that has supported WA children and families for more than 25 years. Our Montessori Indigo teams pride themselves in knowing that "Every moment in a child's life is a learning opportunity".

Benefits

  • Stability of secure employment in a permanent position to support career progression, (up to 38hours per week)
  • Goal orientated performance reviews to promote career advancement opportunities.
  • 100% Western Australian owned and operated, with supportive and collaborative Management structure.
  • Continual mentoring from experienced Colleagues designed to grow and enhance your skill set.
  • Professional development delivered through in-house sessions as well as external industry trusted professionals.
  • Reduced childcare fees.
  • Annual Uniform allowance.
  • Up to 6 weeks paid leave a year.
  • Generous Resource allocations to replenish educational and craft resources as requested by Educators, with scope to purchase additional items to pair with their programs.
  • Great TEAM cultural where staff are cared for and valued.
  • Opportunity to travel (centres located in Broome)
  • Work along side and have the support of another full-time Manager.
  • The Support and Availability of the Senior Management team working together with Managers to achieve the best outcomes for children and families.
  • Autonomy in decision making and management of the centre.
  • Interstate and local conferences trips for team building and professional development training.

Responsibilities: 

  • Creating a fun work place where staff, children and families feel welcome at all times.
  • Maintain a safe environment for children, families, team members and all visitors.
  • Responsible for the overall management of the centre.
  • Use internal and external networks to ensure children, families and staff have access to appropriate support networks
  • Perform administration tasks including rostering, family accounts, banking and responding to emails.

Essential Criteria:

  • Diploma in Children's Service (Education and Care) or Bachelor in Early Childhood.
  • Current Asthma, Anaphylaxis, CPR & First Aid Certificates.
  • Current WWCC.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the EYLF / NQF / NQS / Belonging, Being and Becoming.
  • Understanding of Childcare Regulations and Law.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Is an inspiring leader and positive role model.
  • Has a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office and other computer programs.
  • Exceptional communication skills to build strong relationships with staff, children, families and community.
  • Strong time management skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritise.
  • Personal and professional aspirations to make the child care industry that of a high professional standard.
  • A willingness to be apart of the bigger picture.
  • A readiness to go above and beyond for the children and families.
  • A passion to make a difference in every child's learning journey.

To express your interest in the above position please submit your application with your Cover Letter and Resume. 

Applications will remain open until the position have been filled and only suitable candidates will be contacted..

Do you love to cook, but need a change in environment? Do you like to try new recipes and even enjoy cooking with children - our children would love to hear from you…

We are looking for a Head Cook who:

  • loves a challenge in preparing and presenting tasty and nutritious meals (morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea) for our amazing children; 
  • is able to navigate and manage a variety of individual diets including but not limited to allergies, anaphylaxis, cultural & religious requirements;
  • the option to cooking classes with the children;
  • can complete the required paperwork, including Food Safe Documents;
  • set weekly shifts, 5-days per week;
  • excellent work-life balance working from 7am to 12pm;
  • a warm, vibrant environment with like-minded people…

Training & Certifications:

  • Completion of or be willing to complete Food Safety Training 
  • Working with Children Check will also be required

We would love to meet you...please contact our Centre Director Jodi at admin@byfordchildcare.com.au

 

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Ever wanted to work in a brand new, never before seen Child Care Centre in WA?

Read 2 Grow is the place for you. We are a purpose built, family owned and operated Child Care Centre with a fundamental goal of making our children the best they can be.

We will be bringing a proven concept of literacy learning and development into Early Childhood along with focus on play based approaches, incorporating nature and sustainability practices into everyday.

At Read 2 Grow we aim to care for children like parents do at home while providing them with the learning and scaffolding they will need to succeed at primary school and in the future.

The Opportunity:

Inclusion Support Educator! An educator working along side other educators to decrease the ratios in specific age groups to assist in the developmental needs of our children. 

Your desired availability will be from 6:30am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday.

Be apart of not just a team, but the Read 2 Grow family. An opportunity not to be missed! 

Successful Candidates will Ideally have:

Current Children's Services Qualifications 

A current First Aid Certificate.

Prior experience in online programming for the younger years.

Prior experience educating children with special needs.

An understanding of all the developmental areas for children.

Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

Excellent presentation skills.

If you are looking for a job that is heart warming, rewarding and challenging all at the same time then please send your resume to Chelsea at admin@read2grow.com.au if you are wanting to find out more then feel free to give us a call or drop in and say hello! 

 

 

Would you like to give the gift of developing positive attitude to learning?

Our Mulberry Tree Roleystone Long Day Care is surrounded by nature and an abundance of Native Australian wildlife in the Perth Hills.  We promote learning through play, using natural, sustainable resources and are excited to get visits from the local bandicoots and their babies. 

Our educators love to promote fun and teamwork in their environment, taking turns on alternate Thursdays to bring in some delicious morning tea to share. The office is always open with both our approachable  and friendly Managers available to provide support and mentoring to all members of the team. 

We are recruiting for a full time Early Childhood Teacher  to join our amazing team. 

Head to our website www.mulberrytree.com.au to check out our beautiful centre.  Our centres are filled with wonderful Educators, who love what they do. 

We are able to offer sponsorships at these centres to successful candidates who meet the criteria of at least 3 years full time experience working as an Early Childhood Teacher.

Company benefits:

  • Generous Staff Appreciation budgets at each centre to strengthen relationships and reward our teams with Decadent morning Teas, Lunch time Massages, Dinners and more.
  • Reduced childcare fees.
  • First aid training is organised by and held at Head Office during working hours, with educators paid for the time attended.
  • CPR Courses organised by and paid for head office (Course fees and time attended)
  • Support and availability of a WA based Senior Management team.
  • Relationship centred environments.
  • Up to 6 weeks paid leave a year.
  • 5 hours non-contact a week for ECT and 2 hours a week for Qualified.
  • Paid professional development courses.
  • Uniform allocations (annual)
  • Flexible work life balance.
  • Opportunity to further develop your career.
  • Continual mentoring from experienced Colleagues.
  • Opportunity to travel (centres located in Broome)

Who you are: 

We are looking for leaders who promote children's education through their interests and planned learning opportunities. You will foster children's curiosity and create opportunities for children to grow and explore in small groups. The ideal candidate will value the wonders of early learning within our upcycled learning environments and guide staff in providing a fun, safe, high-quality service that aligns with the National Quality Standards and is true to Mulberry Tree Childcare's fantastic reputation. We embrace our children's love for learning and want you to concentrate on developing each child's trust and sense of security.

Essential Criteria:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood / Diploma of Teaching / Bachelor in Education (Early Childhood) or ACECQA equivalent approved qualification.  OR be working towards your qualification.
  • Current Asthma, Anaphylaxis, CPR & First Aid certificates or willingness to obtain.
  • Current WWCC.

Ideal Candidate:

  • A strong level of communication skills  and the ability to build strong relationships with staff, children, families and the community.
  • Be an inspiring leader and positive role model.
  • Have personal and professional aspirations to make the child care industry that of a high professional standard.
  • Have a readiness to go above and beyond for the children and families.
  • Have a passion to make a difference in every child's learning Journey.
  • Be flexible, reliable and overall have a happy persona.
  • Want to make a difference in every child's life.                                                                                                                                                                       Who we are:
  • Mulberry Tree Childcare are a WA privately owned and operated family business that has supported WA children and families for 25 years. Our Mulberry Tree teams pride themselves in knowing that "Every moment in a child's life is a learning opportunity". Mulberry Tree are continually investing in their staff and centres and ensuring they are the best they can be.

Click the apply now button to start your new adventure with us!  

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Riverlinks is a well-established not for profit community based Early Learning Centre located in Australind.

We are currently seeking to expand our team of highly qualified and experienced educators that are dedicated to the provision of quality care for 0-12 year olds. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, have excellent verbal and communication skills, immaculate presentation and be a strong team player. The position is responsible for providing care for children that promotes 'being, belonging and becoming', and is concurrent with the Early Years Learning Framework and My Time Our Place (framework for school age care).

Experience and Qualifications required:

  • Early Childhood Teacher qualification or equivalent.
  • Registration with the WA Teaching Board
  • Proof of assessment by ACECQA for all overseas qualifications.
  • Current WA Working With Children Check.
  • Current First Aid Certificate, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management Certificate or willingness to obtain.
  • Medically fit to work within a childcare environment.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to excellence and professional quality care.
  • A great work ethic and communication skills with the ability to be proactive and take initiative.

The position is for five days per week, 6 hours per day (negotiable). If you meet the above criteria we would love to hear from you.

Please contact the Coordinator to receive further information.

Email: admin@riverlinkschildcare.org.au 

Ph: 089796 0040

Applications close Friday 30th July 2021 at 5.00pm.

About the Us

Gummibears Childcare Centre is a family owned and operated centre. We are  committed to giving every child entrusted to our care the very best in early childhood education by providing a stimulating, innovative and caring environment which fosters a child's natural curiosity and thirst for knowledge. We understand our employees need recognition and support so you are not just a number but are part of a family.

We care about you

Flexible rosters to help with your work life balance.

Paid training or out of hours meetings plus dinner.

Paid professional development courses of your choice.

Paid mandatory industry qualifications like First Aid - CPR

Provide Free Uniforms and Parking.

Regular paid social functions for staff.

Discounted Childcare Fees

Have regular incursions and excursions for the children

Centre - Children's resource's updated regularly or as requested by educators to compliment programs and practise.

Access to our Onsite dedicated Educational Leader. Employed to work with you in areas of children's programming. Guidance and education in our Centre's compliance, audits, policies and procedures. Conducts regular one on one meetings working with you for your own professional development and progression.

About the role

As an early childhood educator, you are responsible for providing a safe and developmentally appropriate program that is aligned with the EYLF. 

Your duties will include:

Adapting daily routines and develop activities to meet the interest and needs of the individual child and the group. 

Building children's self-esteem and confidence through positive guidance and nurturing. 

Communicating with parents to discuss their children's development successes and improvements. Observing children and making notes of progress and development. 

Providing a safe and secure environment where children feel comfortable to express themselves through play.

Providing age-appropriate experiences and activities for children, including storytelling, games, and songs.

Integrating special needs children in a positive and respectful manner.

Your role will include encouraging creativity, fostering academic growth, and nurturing your tiny learners. 

Above all have fun, enjoy your day and take comfort knowing that your teaching will provide a child the best start to their educational learning.

Skills and experience

We understand that to gain experience you need an opportunity so previous experience is not a requirement however it is a bonus for the right candidate. Applicants currently studying to be an ECT or Diploma in Children's Services are also encouraged to apply.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ACECQA equivalent. ECT currently studying encouraged to apply.
  • Diploma or currently studying for an early childhood Diploma 
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Have a working knowledge of NQF & EYLF
  • Full time availability preferred however a minimum of 6 hours per day is negotiable. 
  • Applicants must be adaptable to flexible roster hours

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About us

Padbury Education and Child Care Centre is a community-based organisation leading the development of innovative and responsive services for children and families for over 30 years. We offer unique, relationship based programs which allow time for the development of rich connections and learning experiences. We focus on community, social justice, and the capacities of each child and adult to inform our programs.

Benefits For the Candidate:

  • Above award rates and annual salary reviews
  • Overtime rates for educator meetings
  • Career progression
  • Uniforms supplied
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Above award non-contact programming time
  • Generous resource budgets
  • Family friendly working environment with discounts on childcare fees
  • Onsite parking
  • Free Flu vaccinations
  • Supportive and stable working environment

Our Centre has an idyllic working environment and a dedicated, dynamic team committed to providing a supportive, educational experiences of the highest quality for our children and their families.  We pride ourselves in providing a warm, welcoming and nurturing environment where children can explore, develop and grow.

We are seeking a suitably qualified ECT or Diploma Educator for a full time position in our professional, friendly team. 

About you

We are looking to appoint an ECT or Diploma qualified educator who is dedicated, confident and has an understanding of respectful practice with children.  Essential requirements for this position are:

  • Bachelor of Education (ECT) or Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Have good communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with children, families and colleagues
  • Have a positive attitude and a commitment to continuous improvement and working as part of a team.
  • Be experienced working with children in an early childhood setting
  • The ability to use initiative and self-reflection to set goals to improve practice.
  • Understanding of the National Quality Standards and The Early Years Learning Framework

Required:

  • Current Working With Children Check
  • Current First Aid

Next Steps

To make the right move for your career, please email manager@padburychildcare.com.au. Include your cover letter and resume with 2 current work-related references.  We strongly encourage you to use your cover letter to support your application for the role.

Applications will remain open until the position is filled, only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

Mundarda Child Care Centre, a not for profit centre located in the Armadale area is seeking an Early Childhood Teacher to join our team. (3 Month Temp Position - immediate start)

Succesful applicants need to be flexible with work hours, be able to work in a child care environemnt and work witihin the team

Essential Requirements:

Current Working with children check
First aid, Asthma and anaphalaxsis certificates
Early childhood degree ( or working towards it: must have completed 50% of the course)
Current Teachers registration license (TRBWA)
Knowledge of the EYLF and National Quality Standrds
The right to work in Australia
Highly desirable Requirements:

Experience working in a long day care setting
Knowledge or desire to learn about Reggio Emilia
A passion for nature based play
Supervising officer certificate or willingness to obtain
Basic computer skills (use of Ipads, laptops and word documents)
Enthusiasm to utalise sustainable practices
Leadership skills
Flexible and able to work as apart of team
Willingness to express and share ideas
Ability to provide stimulating curriculum's that scaffold each child's learning and look at the entire child
Mundarda will provide training as to the services programming system.

Interested parties please forward your resume to info@mundarda.com.au

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Amici Early Learning and Smileys Child Care are a privately-owned Early Learning Centre catering for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years of age providing Childcare and Kindergarten. We are seeking someone with a passion for teaching and inspiring young minds to join our team and implement our Kindergarten program.

The role requires someone who is dedicated and motivated, to work with fellow team members to implement a curriculum that embraces the Early Years Learning Framework and supports children in their transition to school.

Successful applicants will be offered one on one support in taking on the position and fresh/new ideas will be welcomed. If you feel you have what it takes to put your knowledge and experience into action, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you.

Qualifications and Skills

Essential Criteria:

- Bachelor of Education/Teaching (Early Childhood) or equivalent

- Western Australian Teacher Registration

- A highly motivated approach to providing exceptional care and education

- Strong written and verbal communication skills

- Monday to Friday; 6 - 7.5 hours a day

Preferred:

Experience within a Child Care service using EYLF

 

Responsibilities and Duties

Responsibilities will include:

- Planning and programming for the Kindergarten Room

- Implementing the Early Years Learning Framework

- Completing observations and contributing to children's portfolios

- Supporting other staff members and overseeing of the day to day running of the room

- Creating fun and stimulating experiences to support and extend children's ongoing development

 

Benefits and Perks

Benefits:

- Great working conditions and socially active team

- Ongoing professional development and training opportunities

- Excellent resources

 

Do you feel you have everything that we are looking for? Well, now is your chance to send your resume and cover letter to admin@ececservices.com.au

MercyCare Early Learning- Centre Manager

 

  • Permanent full-time opportunity at our Kelmscott ELC
  • Values-based organisation offering individual support, professional development
  • WA not-for-profit provider who value their employees and put the children and families first. 

 At MercyCare we believe every person matters. Our people are driven by strong human values and are passionate about creating positive change.

MercyCare is only made possible by the strength, passion and shared values our employees and volunteers bring each day. When you join MercyCare you are an integral part of making a difference at the heart of the Western Australian community.

As one of the largest Western Australian not-for-profit providers of early learning services, at MercyCare we believe every child is a unique little person. We know one size certainly does not fit all, that child-care is about bringing out the special qualities and strengths that makes a child individual. Our educators care deeply; listen to what truly matters to our families and their community; and are passionate about providing opportunities for each child to learn, discover, develop and belong.

About the Role

  • Passionate and dedicated Manager for our MercyCare Kelmscott Early Learning Centre.
  • Full-time, permanent position with flexible working hours, rostering between 6:30am – 6:00pm.
  • Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will manage a highly qualified and experienced team, ensuring the provision of an educational curriculum that meets the diverse needs of the children and families in our community.
  • Make a real difference in families and communities’ lives and provide a service that truly matters.
  • We are a 62-place spacious centre, located centrally in Kelmscott, catering for ages 6 weeks to 5 years.
  • We provide exceptional processes and a leadership team that will guide you in providing the best outcomes for children and their families.

About You

  • Possess an AQF Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care or higher as recognized by ACECQA
  • Experience managing a diverse team and fostering a friendly and inclusive culture
  • Extensive understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standards
  • Strong knowledge of all relevant regulations and statutory requirements
  • Ability to maintain financial accounts, manage budgets and prepare reports
  • Experience in developing and implementing programs within an Education and Care Setting
  • Needs to be organized, enthusiastic, self-motivated and have effective time management skills

What We Offer

  • Competitive above award wage
  • Childcare discounts
  • Salary Packaging - Increase your take home pay by paying for general living expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $18,550 a year
  • Employee Recognition Program, including Annual Awards such as Educator of the Year
  • Career Pathways, Professional Development and Training
  • Comprehensive Wellbeing Program including discounted health insurance, free flu vaccinations and skin checks

About MercyCare

We are here to support people throughout life’s journey as a leading Western Australian not-for-profit provider of aged care, family, community, early learning and disability services. Behind our unique offering of diverse services is our drive to make a difference in people’s lives and in the communities we serve. With more than a 170-year legacy extending back to the Catholic Sisters of Mercy, today we stand proud to make a positive difference.

Please send your resume to mercycareELC@merycare.com.au

The successful candidate must provide a current National Police Clearance (obtained within the last six months), Working with Children Check, a current Driver’s Licence and First Aid Certificate.

Applications close on 30 September 2023. Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately and the position may close earlier than stated if we find a suitable candidate. We will not accept unsolicited phone calls and resumes from recruitment agencies/third parties.

At MercyCare every person matters. We commit to safeguarding and protecting children, young people, and the vulnerable and inspiring a culture that truly embraces and celebrates diversity.  We strive for a shared future where our people and services reflect and include contemporary Australian society and the communities we serve.  We invite applications from people from all walks of life, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse ages, cultures, faiths, abilities, gender and sexuality.

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We are seeking a Trainee Educator to join our team. We are a privately-owned Early Learning Centre catering for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years of age providing Childcare and Kindergarten.


Successful applicants will be offered one on one support in taking on the position and fresh/new ideas will be welcomed. If you feel you have what it takes to put your knowledge and experience into action, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you.


You must be willing to obtain:
- A Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- A Working with Children Check


You must:
- Be reliable, motivated, positive and an enthusiastic Educator
- Have professional verbal and written communication skills
- Have great time management skills
- Build strong and positive relationships with families, children and the community
- Flexible with your hours
- Thrive in a team environment

- Obtain knowledge of the EYLF


Do you feel you have everything that we are looking for? Well, now is your chance to send your resume and cover letter to admin@ececservices.com.au

Diploma Qualified, ECT, & Cert 3 Educators 

Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare is a WA family owned and operated early learning service committed to forming a close-knit community between families and educators so as to provide excellence of teaching and learning through which children are able to thrive and develop their individual abilities in a safe and supportive environment.

At Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare our team members across 6 different locations within Perth (Carlisle, Byford, Bertram, Southlake, Kelmscott and Two Rocks) are making a difference in the lives of children and their families. With a passion for delivering an extraordinary early childhood education and care,

Do you want to work for a company that really values and respects its people?

Are you looking for the opportunity to grow and develop your career within the early education industry?

We are seeking committed educators who are willing to take on a traineeship as Certificate 3 and/or Diploma Qualifications, who have a passion to work in Early Childhood. 

Benefits:

  • Offering traineeships in Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, Training opportunities to develop your career further to a Lead Educator and beyond, they emerge with all the knowledge and experience needed to commence a meaningful career as an early childhood professional.
  • Join an innovative and rapidly expanding child-centred company where your career progression will be nurtured
  • As a trainee, you will work as part of a team to provide quality education and care while observing the policies, procedures, values and philosophies of Cuddles centres. You will support children in their development and learning through nurturing relationships and positive interactions and learn how to provide physical care. As a valued member of the team, you will support educators to observe and document children’s learning and development and assist in the day-to-day operation of the room. Whether it’s your first ever career choice or a change in careers, it’s the drive to learn, grow and ultimately build a career nurturing a love of learning for children in their early years that matters.
  • Flexible hours, promoting work-life balance
  • Competitive salary (negotiable)
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Supportive management team
  • Uniform provided
  • Opportunities for career progression
  • Staff discount on early education and child care fees at any Cuddles Centre

Our Educators are respected and cared for with social dinners, gift vouchers and recognition awards.

What we need from you;

  • Be willing to undertake a traineeship 
  • Hold an Early Childhood Teaching Qualification, a Diploma of Education and Care (or equivalent) Certificate 3 Education and Care;
  • Hold a current First Aid qualification, including Asthma and Anaphylaxis;
  • Able to facilitate a free-flow indoor/ outdoor program
  • Have a desire to continually improve your skills and knowledge to improve outcomes for children through regular professional development;
  • Have a desire to create special happy childhood moments that live with children forever.
  • Dedication to developing children and fostering their potential
  • A friendly and energetic demeanour

For questions, please contact us at operationsmanager@cuddleschildcare.com.au

If you are ready for your next challenge and want to join a supportive working environment, please submit your application via email or through our website

For further information about Cuddles, please visit the website below:

Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare 

 

 

 Smileys

We are seeking a Certificate III Educator to join our team. We are a privately-owned Early Learning Centre catering for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years of age providing Childcare and Kindergarten.


Successful applicants will be offered one on one support in taking on the position and fresh/new ideas will be welcomed. If you feel you have what it takes to put your knowledge and experience into action, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you.


You must hold:
- A Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or ACECQA equivalent
- A current Working with Children Check

- Current knowledge of Child Protection legislation and its implications for the care and protection of children

- Understanding of the Education and Care Services National Law and the Education and Care Services National Regulations


You must:
- Be reliable, motivated, positive and an enthusiastic Educator
- Have professional verbal and written communication skills
- Have great time management skills
- Build strong and positive relationships with families, children and the community
- Flexible with your hours
- Thrive in a team environment

- Strong knowledge of the EYLF
- Undertake observing, evaluating, recording and planning for the educational program reflected by the early years learning framework.

 

Do you feel you have everything that we are looking for? Well, now is your chance to send your resume and cover letter to admin@ececservices.com.au

Location: Geraldton, WA

Full time and Part time positions available

Kidz Retreat is a family-owned Childcare Centre, educating 77 children per a day. We are looking for dedicated Educators to join our family. The positions require passionate and enthusiastic Educators with a passion for working with children and families, and a sense of the community.

Applicant’s requirements:
- Desire, passion and love for children
- Current Working with Children’s Check
- Minimum age 18 years

Employees are rewarded:
- Above award pay rates
- Various allowances
- 25% leave loading
- 2 weeks Special Leave + 4 weeks Annual Leave + 2 weeks Personal Leave

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Centre Manager, Courtney Gould or alternatively apply via our website.
Email: admin@kidzretreat.com.au
Phone: 99 652 177
www.kidzretreat.com.au

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Are you a creative & passionate Early Childhood Educator or Early Childhood Teacher looking for a new challenge?

We are seeking experienced and passionate Qualified Educators and Early Childhood Teachers.

About Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare

Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare is a WA family-owned and operated early learning service committed to forming a close-knit community between families and educators to provide excellence of teaching and learning. Children can thrive and develop their abilities in a safe and supportive environment. 

At Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare, our team members across eight different locations within Perth make a difference in children and their families lives. With a passion for delivering an extraordinary early childhood education and care,

About the Opportunity

Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare is currently looking for a confident Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Teachers to join our services across Perth with eight different locations.

 It's is a rare opportunity to be welcomed into a supportive and caring service dedicated to providing an extraordinary education level and care to children throughout the community.

  • Flexible hours, promoting work-life balance.
  • Competitive salary (negotiable)
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Supportive management team
  • Uniform provided
  • Opportunities for career progression
  • Staff discount on early education and child care fees at any Cuddles Centre 

Reporting to the Manager, you will be actively leading a team that provides high-quality early childhood education and care for children, predominantly working with the 3-5 age group.

Some of your day-to-day duties will include (but will not be limited to):

  • Providing a consistent, nurturing, caring, happy, secure, creative, and active environment for all children at Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare's
  • Developing strong relationships with children and relationships that support and partner with families and the community;
  • Adapting your approach to the individual needs of each child, taking into account any cultural, socio-economic, or other differences, treating each child with dignity and respect;
  • Working with other staff towards continuous improvement in all areas of Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare's operations;

 About You

 To be successful, you will need to hold a Diploma qualified (ACECQA Approved Qualification)

Your ability to create stimulating educational programs based on the children's needs and interests will be key to your success in this role and your ability to communicate positively and effectively with the children and their families.

Strong time management skills, a team-player attitude, and multitasking capabilities are essential. 

Most importantly, you will be a caring, positive, and nurturing individual passionate about the growth and development of young children.

It is also essential that you hold, or have the ability to obtain, a First Aid Certificate and current Working with Children Check.

If you're looking for a rewarding childcare role with a dedicated organization - Apply Now!

Please contact us at beth@cuddlesearlylearning.com.au 

For further information about Cuddles, please visit the website below:

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  • 2 x Full time, leadership positions
  • Joondalup location
  • Immediate start
  • Above award rates
  • 5 weeks annual leave

About Ngala

The story of Ngala is a community story. It’s the future of Western Australian families guided by nearly 130 years’ experience in parenting and child development. This guidance has the power to give parents and carers a sigh of relief, a feeling that they are in safe hands with our team, but this is just the beginning of the journey.

At Ngala, we believe every child deserves the opportunity to be their best, and that parenting should be a joyful and rewarding experience. From conception to adulthood, Ngala services, underpinned by research, evidence, and shared experiences, will be there as a steadying hand on the journey parents take with their child.

In the same way that a child’s world is made up of a collection of experiences and encounters, our story includes all the people we work with. Community is at the heart of the Ngala story and together, we will work towards "Raising happiness".

The Positions

Ngala is seeking two experienced and energetic Room Leaders for our Joondalup Early Learning and Development service.

  1. Room Leader - Early Childhood Teacher
  2. Room Leader - Diploma

You must have exceptional conflict resolution skills and verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

You must also possess leadership abilities, including the ability to lead by example, along with a commitment to Early Childhood development principles, professional development and working within Ngala's Early Childhood Curriculum.

Offering a family-friendly and supportive environment, and working within a purpose-built facility, you will be supported by a Centre Coordinator, Assistant Coordinator and a great team.

Variety of shifts between 6.30am - 6.15pm, Monday-Friday.

About the Early Learning and Development Service

At Ngala's Early Learning and Development Service we pride ourselves on above award pay and conditions for our educators.

We believe that the educators in each service are our best asset and we value the expertise they bring to provide only the best care for the children and families in our communities.

Our educators work with lower educator to child ratios and higher qualifications and curriculum allowances which exceed regulations to ensure that Ngala is the chosen service not just for families and children but also Educators and Staff.

Our curriculums and practices respect the children’s rights and ensure that they always come first.

If you could see yourself joining our team, we look forward to meeting you. 

You'll be joining a highly respected not for profit organisation that provides a strong culture of ongoing development and supported professional development, allowing you to really advance your career! To begin with, you'll undertake a well developed orientation plan, and through assisting the Assistant Coordinator in the development of the curriculum, you'll enjoy the rewards of creating child focused solutions. 

About applying

Essential requirements:

  • Must have relevant qualifications.
  • Be able to lead the Team in all aspects of Ngala's Early Childhood Curriculum.
  • Ensuring team members work within the policies and procedures.
  • Supporting the development of your team with Ngala's Early Childhood Curriculum.
  • Planning and implementing curriculum for your rooms; and
  • Participating in planning and development for the curriculum for your rooms.
  • A National Police Certificate.
  • A current Working With Children Check.
  • Current First Aid.
  • Asthma Management and Anaphylaxis certificates.
  • Demonstrated skills with children 0-6 years old. 

Appointment to this position will require a pre-employment medical assessment.

Enquiries: Please direct any enquiries to Maria on 08 9367 0932.

To apply: Click here to apply

Closing Date: Applications are due by 5pm, 9th August 2021.

Please Note: All applications will remain in our secure system.

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this land and pay respect to Elders past and present in the spirit of reconciliation.

Ngala is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare is a WA family owned and operated early learning service committed to forming a close-knit community between families and educators so as to provide excellence of teaching and learning through which children are able to thrive and develop their individual abilities in a safe and supportive environment.

At Cuddles early Learning & Childcare our team members across eight different locations within Perth are making a difference in the lives of children and their families. With a passion for delivering an extraordinary early childhood education and care,

Do you want to work for a company that really values and respects its people?

Are you looking for the opportunity to grow and develop your career within the early education industry?

We are seeking committed educators who are willing to take on a traineeship as Certificate III, who have a passion to work in Early Childhood. 

Benefits:

  • Offering traineeships in Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, Training opportunities to develop your career further to a Lead Educator and beyond, they emerge with all the knowledge and experience needed to commence a meaningful career as an early childhood professional.
  • Join an innovative and rapidly expanding child-centred company where your career progression will be nurtured
  • As a trainee, you will work as part of a team to provide quality education and care while observing the policies, procedures, values and philosophies of Cuddles centres. You will support children in their development and learning through nurturing relationships and positive interactions and learn how to provide physical care. As a valued member of the team, you will support educators to observe and document children’s learning and development and assist in the day-to-day operation of the room. Whether it’s your first ever career choice or a change in careers, it’s the drive to learn, grow and ultimately build a career nurturing a love of learning for children in their early years that matters.
  • Flexible hours, promoting work-life balance
  • Competitive salary (negotiable)
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Supportive management team
  • Uniform provided
  • Opportunities for career progression
  • Staff discount on early education and child care fees at any Cuddles Centre

Our Educators are respected and cared for with social dinners, gift vouchers and recognition awards.

What we need from you;

  • The willingness and motivation to study towards a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care
  • The ability to gain a Working with Children Check
  • Dedication to developing children and fostering their potential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A friendly and energetic demeanour

For questions, please contact us at beth@cuddlesearlylearning.com.au

If you are ready for your next challenge and want to join a supportive working environment, please submit your application via email or through our website

For further information about Cuddles, please visit the website below:

Cuddles Early Learning & Childcare 

Little Dimples Early Learning Centre is a family owned long day care service, educating 38 children per day. We are looking for a dedicated, friendly and qualified Diploma and Certificate III educator to join our team. The positions requires a passionate and enthusiastic educator who has a knowledgeable background of the Early Years Learning Framework and who has a passion for working with children and families.

Are you?

  • positive, enthusiastic and upbeat;
  • flexible, energetic and committed;
  • focused, driven and passionate;
  • caring, responsive and intuitive;
  • confident communicator;
  • experienced and professional whilst maintaining a fun sense of humour

The ideal candidate for this position will hold:

  • Diploma of Children’s Services
  • Certificate III in Children's Services
  • Working with Children Check
  • First Aid and CPR certificates
  • Asthma and Anaphylaxis
  • Strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the National Quality Standards (NQS)

If this sounds like you and you would like to work for a family orientated service, we would love to hear from you!

Please contact:

Marilyn (08) 9306 3444

email:  admin@littledimples.com.au