Early Childhood Teacher

 

  • Permanent Full-time position for a University-qualified ECT
  • Community based not-for-profit preschool
  • Above award wages and conditions

 

Points about the preschool

  • Community-based preschool operating 8.30am to 4.00pm during school terms
  • Excellent reputation in the area with a rating of Exceeding the National Quality Framework
  • Friendly, professional team of highly qualified and experienced Teachers and educators
  • Licensed for 72 children daily with children attending 2 or 3 days per week
  • Beautiful environment with extensive indoor and outdoor areas and well resourced
  • Above award wages and conditions
  • Supportive management which values professional development

 

Role

  • You would be responsible for ensuring an innovative and quality program is provided in line with the NQF and the preschool’s philosophy.
  • You would maintain documentation to a high-quality standard, ensuring it contains an ongoing cycle of planning, assessment and evaluation.
  • As the Class Team Leader, you would guide the practice of other educators, provide inspiration and encourage them to engage children in creative experiences.
  • As part of a large staff team you would contribute effectively to a team environment in a positive manner. You would play an important role in the continuous improvement process as we critically reflect to improve our practices.
  • Experience is preferred but we want someone who is motivated with a passion for providing an innovative and quality early childhood program.

 

Essential Criteria

  • University qualifications in Early Childhood Education recognised by ACECQA and current Teacher Accreditation number (NESA)
  • Current NSW Working with Children Check
  • Current ACECQA approved Senior First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis and Child Protection certificates
  • Knowledge and capacity to fulfil the role of Responsible Person as required
  • Thorough working knowledge and understanding of the National Quality Framework
  • Excellent understanding of current early childhood practice that is informed by the Early Years Learning Framework
  • Passionate about implementing a high-quality, child focused and play based program for children
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including competent computer skills
  • Enthusiastic with a positive, flexible approach to work and professional learning
  • Dedication and commitment to quality education and care for children
  • Work rights to enable you to work in Australia

 

More information:

To apply for the position please forward your resume addressing how you meet the criteria along with 2 recent referees to ssanssou@bigpond.net.au

Applications close 22 June 2021

Successful applicants will be subject to relevant pre-employment checks including Working with Children Check(NSW) and National Police Check.�

 

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