Coordinator Outside School Hours Care

  • Attractive Salary Packaging Options
  • Supportive team environment
  • Learning and Development Opportunities 

About the role

The Coordinator is responsible for providing and overseeing programs for children aged 5 – 12 years in Before School Care, After School Care and Vacation Care, in a safe, caring, stimulating and enjoyable environment.

This is a Permanent Full-time position.


  • Management of the Outside School Hours Care service as required under the Education and Care Services National Regulations and Law(2018).
  • Building ongoing positive relationships with the school and building on current OSHC service numbers.
  • Regularly evaluating the program to ensure it caters for the interests and needs of school age children and meets the requirements of the 'My Time - Our Place' Framework;
  • Working collaboratively with the Practice Manager to lead an enthusiastic team of Educators
  • Advising families on the daily program, relevant policies and procedures.
  • Where appropriate take on the role of Educational Leader within the service, provide guidance, and support to the team on best practice programming;
  • Working on administrative tasks and rostering to ensure regulatory and efficient day to day operation of the service.



  1. Qualifications relevant for an educational setting and significant experience in working in outside school hours care;
  2. Skills and experience in team leadership;
  3. Completion of the "Identify & Respond to Children and Young People at Risk" certificate;
  4. Knowledge of legislation under the Education and Care Services national regulations and Law, relevant to Outside School Hours Care
  5. Understanding of the National Quality Framework  and My Time Our Place, as it applies to Outside School Hours Care;
  6. Current First Aid certification/CPR certification/Asthma and Anaphylaxis
  7. Working With Children Check
  8. Applicants will be required to disclose and evidence their COVID-19 vaccination status as part of their application for employment or a medical contraindication certificate as part of the recruitment /interview process.


About us

At CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay we make a positive difference in the lives of the people we serve. Our services include NDIS disability services, foster care and out of home care supports, services for seniors, children’s services and a range of Community Services supports.


We are also a child-safe and child-friendly organisation.

We are a safe, respectful, and inclusive employer. We welcome all applicants, regardless of their cultural background, gender, faith or disability. Our organisation will accommodate any reasonable requests to support you to thrive during the recruitment process and beyond.


Culture and Benefits

Please find attached a video about what it means to work at CatholicCare. We also offer:

·         Salary packaging benefits to receive a portion of your salary tax-free.

·        A focus on employee well-being, with regular reflective/practice supervision opportunities;

·        Access to training and learning opportunities.

·        An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support; as well as

·        An additional Paid Leave day (CatholicCare Day) to be taken at the end of the year.


How to apply


If you are interested in this opportunity, please provide a cover letter addressing the role requirements, complete your work history and education information on the application page and submit your resume. 


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