Educators - Diploma and Cert III - Roseville

At Bluebird Roseville, our premium facility provides a safe and welcoming environment where children are encouraged to grow and develop into confident little learners. We believe in inclusion for all and recognise that each child is their own person, celebrating the special characteristics that make them unique.

At Bluebird, we believe “It takes a village to raise a child”. Our village is inclusive of Families, Educators and the Community.

We pride ourselves on our warm, genuine relationships with Families and the community – it is important to us that all children, families and visitors feel that they are valued members of our Bluebird Community.

Our Team of passionate and committed Educators strive to be the leaders in High Quality Care and Education, through innovative environments, exciting experiences, and collaborative planning with families!

*** $1000+ incentives available for exceeding, passionate educators dedicated to the on going dedication of the Bluebird Roseville ***

 

The Role

We are looking to grow our network of passionate, supportive, and genuine Educators. We currently have permanent part -time opportunities for experienced Diploma qualified and Certificate III Educators to join our Bluebird Roseville team. 

 

Skills & Experience

  • Completed Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care OR
  • Completed Certificate III in Early Education and Care
  • Current Working With Children Check
  • Current First Aid, CPR, Anaphylaxis and Asthma certificates;
  • Passionate about providing exceeding early education and care
  • Self-motivated with the ability to think outside the square.

 

Benefits for the Right Candidate 

  1. Excellent base salary
  2. Discounted childcare fees
  3. Forest School and Weekly Excursions
  4. Ongoing training and development programs
  5. Strong focus on work-life balance
  6. A great company culture that is fun, professional and supportive of all team members

 

Think you have what it takes to join the Bluebird Family? We would love to hear from you!

To apply now, please click through to our application. 

Please note only suitable applicants will be contacted

All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the Oxanda’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct Policy Our screening process includes, but is not limited to, Professional reference checks, Criminal Records Checks, Working with Children Checks and checks of social media accounts.

Amplify! Blog

By Stephanie Seidler 3 Dec, 2021

From bubbles to bears and cats to coffee — the endless value of emergent curriculum

Stephanie Seidler is an experienced early educator and published author who is passionate about promoting meaningful educational experiences for children. Based in New York, she is an advocate of using emergent curriculum as part of a responsive intentional teaching process, and loves to share tools, tips and ideas on her Facebook page. 

Stephanie recently published a book called Bubble Babies, celebrating diversity, inclusivity, and connection building for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Bubbles have been a favourite interest for so many of the children she’s educated over the years. 

In this article she shares the benefits of emergent curriculum, tips on planning and scaffolding ideas using bubbles as the example, and how a very ‘NYC’ interest in coffee amongst children who’d never tasted it led to an investigation that went on for half a year!

By CELA 29 Nov, 2021

Discussing disability and inclusion — how toys can build empathy and open-mindedness

Once upon a time disability was a taboo topic. Today, awareness of disability is on the rise through events such as International Day of People with Disability (3 December) and the growing acknowledgement of disability in the community.

Many early educators are embracing the opportunity to open the discussion around disability and inclusion with children. We speak with Leanne Fretten of all-abilities childcare centre Mikarie about their child-first approach, ask author of 'What happened to you?' James Catchpole about avoiding the 'inspiration trope', and share how toys and resources such as dolls and books can promote empathy and open-mindedness. 

By CELA 29 Nov, 2021

Increased turnover and a need for targeted funding - new workforce report reveals challenges and solutions

A new report has been released examining ECEC workforce pressures which have been exacerbated by the pandemic, their impact on ECEC services, and possible ways forward for the sector. 

Written by CELA (Community Early Learning Australia), ELAA (Early Learning Association Australia) and CCC (Community Child Care Association), the report is based on findings from almost 750 respondents representing over 3,300 early education and care services across a wide range of service types. The report will be used to advocate for our workforce at both Federal and State levels of Government.

The report reveals that staff turnover has increased in 50% of services surveyed since the start of the pandemic, while nearly half of job vacancies in ECEC services remain unfilled. Services reported that poor pay and conditions contributed to a lack of applicants, while a lack of quality graduates contributed to jobs remaining vacant. 

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