Kindergarten Teacher

What Is Evoke Early Learning?

Evoke Early Learning Clayton is a purpose-built service. Our educating teams’ partner with families to deliver inquiry-base curriculums that are supported by Reggio Emilia perspectives. Our teachers and educators are supporting children to develop the skills they will need to thrive in the 21st century - and we need exceptional, forward-thinking, and thoughtful educators to join our ranks.


What the person in the role looks like?

  • Flexible to work within the hours of 6.30am-6.30pm Monday to Friday.
  • knowledge of Reggio Emilia perspectives.
  • Experienced and passionate person.
  • You will be supportive of children’s individual daily rhythms that encourage autonomy.
  • You have a detailed eye for inspiring open-ended learning spaces using provocations and invitations to play.
  • You will always advocate for children’s rights.
  •  Takes pride that your room is immaculately presented as a welcoming and safe environment
  • Focus on personal growth and quality improvement and how we can all constantly learn and grow
  • Delighted to care, nurture and grow children’s minds


The ‘Credentials’

  • Hold or working towards an ACECQA approved Bachelor or Masters qualification
  • Previous experience in delivering high quality education and care (long day care setting preferable).
  • A Valid working with Children Check.
  • VIT
  • Current First Aid Certificate or willing to obtain


The benefits of joining Evoke:

  • Extensive in-service support from a Service Administrator, Curriculum Leader and Executive Service Manager.
  • Continuous learning and professional development.
  • Employee discount
  • Competitive above Award wages
  • Uniform provided
  • Health and wellbeing program (including annual flu shot)
  • Paid First Aid & CPR 
  • Full time studio/arts Teacher
  • 8 hours of off the floor planning per week


If you are excited by the opportunity to join Evoke Early Learning, then please apply now

By Stephanie Seidler 1 Dec, 2022

Overcome celebration apprehension with author Stephanie Seidler

Do you sometimes struggle to know how to talk about holidays and celebrations in a mindful and inclusive manner? 

Stephanie Seidler is a New York based early educator and published author who is passionate about promoting meaningful and inclusive educational experiences for children. She has just published a book called Celebration Babies, aimed at giving early educators a simple way to talk about and share diverse holidays with young children.  

In this Amplify! article, Stephanie tells us about the inspiration behind her book and how we can embrace all celebrations in an enthusiastic way.  

By CELA 28 Nov, 2022

Regulator spotlight: Important changes for services to be aware of

Education and care services should be aware of two important changes recently made to NSW and Commonwealth Government policies:

  1. The NSW Minister for Education and Early Learning has released a Minister’s Statement of Expectations. It means all education and care services can expect a visit from the regulator at least once each year. 

  1. The Commonwealth Government has changed the rules about inducements—it means iPads and other financial incentives to encourage families to enrol at a service are not permitted from January 2023. 

Read on to find out the detail about these new changes and how they could impact your service.  

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