Family Day Care Educator- Shellharbour Kiama Family Day Care

Become a Family Day Care Educator with Shellharbour Kiama Family Day Care

Are you passionate about working with children and want to play a part in shaping their futures while running your own business from home? Why not combine your passion for children with the opportunity to create a rewarding and flexible career as a professional family day care Educator. Take control of your career today by becoming a Family Day Care Educator with Shellharbour Kiama Family day Care.

• Run your own business

• Set your own hours and rates

• Work within the comfort of your own home

• Smaller child to educator ratios

• Work with children of all ages

• Create lasting bonds with children and families

We are experiencing an increased demand for care and are looking for educators to start immediately!

About us

Shellharbour Kiama Family Day Care is an education and care service that provides quality learning opportunities for children 0 – 12 years. Our registered educators provide a holistic play-based learning program to children in a family day care setting from within their home environment. Educators are registered under Shellharbour Kiama Family Day Care service, who as a registered provider, oversee and support educators, children and families.

The service is a not for profit organisation that is governed by a voluntary management committee.

SKFDC’s Coordination unit is located at 12-18 Adam Murray Way Flinders. NSW

In addition to the unit’s office space, play session is held regularly at this location and it is also utilised for educator training.


Family day care is approved childcare that truly focuses on each individual child's development, while providing high quality early learning in an educator's home.

In small groups, children enjoy an individual approach to play and discovery and form lasting bonds with their early childhood educator. You will give parents peace of mind, knowing their child/ren are happy in a nurturing, natural and flexible home learning environment.


  • Certificate III, Diploma or ECT qualification
  • Current Senior First Aid & CPR Certificate
  • Current Police Checks and Working with Children Checks
  • Current Child protection course CHCPRT001
  • Covid vaccination certificate

If you are interested in this becoming an Educator with Shellharbour Kiama Family day Care please email your resume to to find out more.

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Here we provide a brief summary of three of those case studies. Further details will be provided in an upcoming edition of Broadside. 

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“In order to secure the success of these new reforms, it’s vital that retention and recruitment strategies are implemented,” says Michele Carnegie, CELA CEO. “There are many and varied reasons that our workforce is in crisis, and while remuneration is one factor, there needs to be a broad range of strategies applied to start fixing the underlying causes now.” 

Read on to find out what our recent workforce survey revealed about the key issues being faced by our members and the urgent solutions we are advocating.  

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