Join an amazing team of professionals in a beautiful not-for-profit, community-based Early Learning Centre. 

We are seeking an experienced Early Childhood Teacher to work alongside our highly knowledgeable team in creating a fun, diverse and emergent curriculum for our Pre-Kindy aged children. You will contribute strongly to programming, working alongside our Educational Leader and the team in the room. 

This is an opportunity you have been waiting for to join a progressive, warm, friendly, environment dedicated to early childhood education. At Ruth Landau Harp Early Learning we recognise and award your hard work and commitment.

Applicants must have a passion for education, love working with children, be energetic, fun-loving and enthusiastic. They must be willing to be part of, and assist in the continual improvement of our Early Learning Centre and be passionate about creating the very best learning experience for our children.

Successful candidates will benefit:

- Above award pay and conditions

- Paid professional development, training & staff meetings

- Additional leave 

Candidates must have:

  • Working with Children Check
  • Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood or be in final year of study - must be ACECQA recognised
  • Minimum of 2 years experience of paid employment in early years setting. Casual employment will not be counted as experience. 
  • First Aid and Anaphylaxis training
  • Permanent residence
  • Basic computer skills
  • Excellent written and oral English language


  •  Supervisor Certificate 

This position is for a Bachelor Trained Early Childhood Teacher, if you do not have a qualification that meets ACECQA requirements for Early Childhood Teachers, please do not apply. 

Please email your resume and covering letter to

Childcare Director

Outstanding opportunity to take the next step in your career. We are seeking an experienced early learning specialist with either strong leadership experience, or belief in their leadership skills and aptitude. You may already be working within a leadership role within the industry, or be ready to take that next step within a supportive environment.

About Us

Nintirri Centre Inc is a local (Tom Price based) not-for-profit organisation that strives to enrich lives and help communities thrive through honesty, inclusion and respect. Our focus areas include the Early Years Care and Education (EYCE) Service; Supporting Community, Individuals and Families; Community Health and Wellbeing; Family Violence Prevention Service; Social, Business and Economic Development; and, Arts, Culture and Tourism Development.

About the Role

As EYCE Director you will be responsible for the daily management of all aspects of the Little Gecko’s Childcare Centre (including After School Hours Care, School Readiness Programme and Vacation Care). The Director will lead the EYCE team and service in building effective partnerships, developing organisational culture and pedagogical and curricular development. All key responsibilities are based on the National Law and Regulations, the Principles, Practices and Outcomes detailed in the Early Years Learning Framework, Framework for School Aged Care and the National Quality Framework Areas, Standards and Elements.

To be considered for this role you will have:

Relevant tertiary qualification with a minimum of 5+ years’ experience working in an equivalent role

A Working with Children Check and Federal Police Clearance (essential)

Certificate in: First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis Management

A high level of verbal and written communication skills

Initiative and capacity to work with minimal supervision, as part of a team

A high level of interpersonal skills for liaising at all levels

Advanced written skills including a demonstrated ability to research information and write reports

The ability to:

Direct the planning and implementation of the EYCE Educational Program

Lead the promotion of Health and Safety of all staff and children

Lead the team to build positive relationships with all stakeholders

Lead the effective administration and management of the EYCE strategy

About the package

Competitive salary that will be commensurate with the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate,

5 weeks’ annual leave,

Salary sacrifice options

Professional development opportunities

Subsidised housing

An annual airfare subsidy

Please provide a CV and cover letter indicating why you are interested in this leadership role.

To discuss the role please contact Hannah Thompson or 0437 253 010

Applications close on the 16th of February 2018

Sparx Early Learning Centre is looking for a new Food Coordinator.

We are passionate about the food we serve to the children in our care. We believe in providing nutritious and wholesome meals to the children on a daily basis. We have seasonal menus and design our menu’s and meals using Food Australia.

The role requires an experienced cook, with a similar philosophy, to deliver healthy and nutritionally balanced meals for children aged 0-5 years. The ideal candidate will have a positive can-do attitude and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

The applicant must hold a Cert III in Children’s services or Cert III in Commercial Cookery. The applicant must also hold or be able to obtain a Working With Children Check.

The position is permanent part time, five days a week 20-25hrs. There is the possibility to extend these hours to include Lunchtime cover. Must have a current driver’s license – to collect shopping and purchase fresh fruit and vegetables.

Job responsibilities for this role include:

  • Preparing morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for up to 43 children
  • Meal planning (working within the Australian Dietary Guidelines)
  • Confident in online menu planning and designing
  • Catering for children with allergies and special food requirements
  • Providing families, children and educators with up to date nutritional information.
  • Complete records and monitoring according to the centre’s Food Safety plan. Be prepared with Food Audits – currently held 6monthly.
  • Adhere to food safety standards at all times
  • Ensure a high level of hygiene, health and safety standards are maintained at all times
  • Must be able to work well within a team environment.

To apply for this position please send your resume to our Centre Director – Kayah Boswood. or call us on (08) 9377 3233

Our service is looking for a Qualified educator that is able to work in an afterschool site. It is a split shift and during school holidays would need to work full days. Our service is open from 6.30am to 6.30 pm. The educator would also need to be an SO. Experience in the NQF and current WA regulations in required. Our service provides professional development in areas that would add to the Educators knowledge and supports