Lead Educators - Lennox Head

Children must be taught how to think, not what to think’ 

- Margaret Mead


The Harmony Difference

At Harmony Early Learning Journey, we nourish and encourage children from 6 weeks to 5 years to continue becoming avid and passionate learners. Our vision is to nurture the development that allows every child to grow into whoever they were born to be and discover their unlimited potential.

We strive to provide a calm and peaceful environment that awakens the love of learning and nurtures a sense of wonder. 

Our centres are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and a team who are devoted to helping young minds learn and grow. We are strong advocates for the child’s right to learn and embrace a holistic approach to childcare, encompassing a connection of mind, body and spirit. 

Benefits of joining our team

  • 75% discount on childcare fees, access to referral programs of up to $1500
  • In-depth professional development and further education through our Harmony Academy
  • Privately owned and not-corporatized – our focus is our people
  • Rewards for commitment and contribution
  • Opportunities to connect to the local community, through excursions
  • State-of-the-art environment that allows for exceptional learning and development 
  • Staff social calendar filled with awesome activities
  • Incredible yearly awards event held every December

The Opportunity

We are seeking inspiring and passionate Lead Educators to join our team at Lennox Head and embark on a wonderful new journey with us. 

As a Lead Educator you will lead, coach, and supervise the studio team/educators through modelling a collaborative learning approach, ensuring the environment and teaching approaches are designed to enhance children’s ideas. 

About the Centre 

Harmony Lennox Head is located in the heart of the vibrant Lennox Head community and provides care for 98 children aged birth to 5 years. The passionate and dedicated team create a relaxed and calm atmosphere which brings out the best in children and educators alike. Flexible working arrangements also allow educators real work-life balance to make the most of the Lennox Head lifestyle.

About You

  • The ability to provide strong foundations for children’s learning and development 
  • Knowledge of early childhood development 
  • Current WWCC
  • Current Child Protection Training or willingness to obtain 
  • Current First Aid Certificate including asthma and anaphylaxis training 
  • Current recognised resuscitation certificate 
  • Certificate III, Diploma or Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (ACECQA approved equivalent) or working towards 


Harmony values individuality and celebrates difference with a strong commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion, offering a culturally and inclusive environment for all staff members, children, and their families. 

Want to know more? Click Apply or give us a call on 02 8319 5637 or email us on lennoxhead@harmonylearning.com.au

We understand the application process can be challenging and thank you for the time you have taken to apply

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