Childcare Educator(25 Hours per week 8am-1pm) - Inclusion Support

About us

Amigoss Preschool and Long Day Care Co-operative Limited is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing quality services for children and families since 1980. We’ve grown to be one of the most competitive not-for-profit children’s services organisations in Sydney’s inner west: We are open 51 weeks of the year, and we cater for children from 6 months to 6 Years. On average, we manage 29 children a day, up to 45 families per week, and we employ 15 staff members. We have an in-house cook, and we serve over 800 meals a week. We rated overall: MEETING NATIONAL QUALITY STANDARD (M) at the 2019 ACECQA inspection. 

How to apply.

We would love to hear from you: Please submit your CV, along with a cover letter. Your cover letter will need to be able to demonstrate experience working in early childhood settings in AUSTRALIA. If you have experience in the inclusion support program would be a plus.

Qualifications & experience

  • Certificate III or Diploma(preferred) in Children's Services.
  • 1 Year + experience in delivering high-quality education and care (long daycare setting preferable).
  • Sound, practical working knowledge, and implementation of the NQF and the EYLF.
  • Current Working with Children's Check.
  • Current First Aid Certificate & CPR Certificate.
  • Current Police Check.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a culturally competent manner.
  • Knowledge of child protection laws and procedures.
  • Desirable: Fluent Spanish language (Spoken and written).

Tasks & responsibilities

  • Developing and maintaining meaningful relationships with children, families, colleagues, and the center community.
  • Create a friendly, secure, stimulating, and interactive learning environment for children and constantly strive to reflect and improve on the efficacy of current programs and routines.
  • Developing and implementing NQF into the program.
  • Documenting children’s learning and development: Observations, programming, and planning.
  • Documenting children's learning on their online profiles for parents to view
  • Actively contributing to the Curriculum and the school readiness program.
  • Ensure health and safety standards are adhered to at all times.


  • You will work in a fun work environment, giving you a perfect place to take the next step in your career in early childhood education. Amigoss Preschool has been operating since 1980 and has a great reputation in the local community with high staff retention.
  • You will have excellent access to professional development opportunities.
  • Uniforms & light refreshments provided.

Please note: Unsuccessful candidates will not be contacted. You will need to have working rights in Australia(No sponsorships available).

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