OOSH Educators

The role is responsible for assisting the Service Coordinators with the running of the Out of School Hours Program

Perm Part Time

Temporary Part Time

·        Bring your passion to OOSH and teach children what you love

·        Be part of an inclusive, collaborative and supportive team

·        Well regarded workplace and widely acknowledged as a great place to work

About us 

We are seeking passionate and enthusiastic OOSH Educators to join our Council operated services. Are you interested in working with children aged 5 – 12 years in the OOSH sector and can bring your knowledge and teamwork skills to work with experienced Coordinators? Previous experience would be an advantage but not necessary for the right candidate.

Qualifications & Experience 

·        NSW Working With Children Clearance

·        First Aid Certificate

·        Current Accredited Emergency Asthma Management Training

·        Current Accredited Anaphylaxis Management Training

 Tasks & Responsibilities 

·        To ensure that AlburyCity's Out of School Hours Program operates in an efficient and effective manner.

·        To ensure the provision of a high standard of care and education is delivered to children attending the Program.

·        To assist with the maintenance of all administration records.

·        To prepare daily activities for the children attending the Program.

·        To work with all staff as part of an efficient and effective team.

·        To respond to telephone and face to face enquiries from the general community, providing accurate information in a friendly and courteous manner, and promoting a positive image of the Program at all times.

·        To make sure the Program's premises are kept clean and safe.


Based on a 38 Hour Week, working 25 hours per week in accordance with facility roster.

After School Care during school terms

·         Monday to Friday, 1pm - 6pm.

Before School Care during school terms

·         Monday to Friday, 7am – 9am.

Vacation Program during School Holidays (38 hours per week during NSW School

Holiday periods)

Rosters prepared to incorporate the following spread of days and hours:

·         Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5.30pm, staff on occasion may be asked to work split shifts.           


Live and work in a culture rich location minutes from the Murray River, just a short drive to one of Victoria’s best wine regions. The Alpine region is on our backdoor step where you can enjoy mountain bike riding the summer and snow sports in the winter.  

Our employee benefits include professional development, flexible working conditions and health & wellbeing initiatives. Our conditions of employment support equal opportunities and is an ethical, diverse, and inclusive workplace. 

We also recognise and value your priorities beyond work. It’s important to us that you have a sustainable work–life balance, so we offer flexible working arrangements, a nine-day fortnight (full-time staff) and a range of leave options and support programs.

 AlburyCity is committed to being a child safe organisation by creating cultures, adopting strategies and taking action to empower children. We work hard to keep them safe from harm because child safety is everyone’s responsibility. AlburyCity Council is a Child Safe Organisation

This role closes on the 7 February 2024. The role may close earlier for the right applicant. Should you require any further information for this role please email Linda Castro on linda.castro@alburycity.nsw.gov.au or call on 02 6023 8287

By CELA 22 Feb, 2024

The Point Preschool journey to carbon negative

Last year, The Point Preschool cemented their commitment to sustainability by achieving a carbon negative rating. An inspiring story of what can be achieved in community-based early childhood education, we spoke to Director, Catherine Lee and President, Brody Kenrick about the journey. 

By CELA 19 Feb, 2024

How early language skills shape future literacy

Early childhood is a crucial period for developing language and literacy skills, which are fundamental for learning and social interaction. We explore the importance of nurturing these skills from a young age, addressing challenges, and the effectiveness of early intervention in setting children up for success.

Includes insights from Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Language and Literacy at Macquarie University Dr. Emilia Djonov, Director of St Paul’s Early Learning Centre Marianne Connolly and speech pathologist Amanda Simon. 

By CELA 7 Feb, 2024

An exploration of neuro-affirming practice and how can we implement it

Neuro-affirming practice recognises that all children have unique strengths, interests and needs. The focus is on creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment that celebrates the unique strengths and supports the unique needs of every child. 

We explore this emerging and vital practice, and share strategies for implementation. Includes insights from educational and developmental psychologist Sandhya Menon, education consultant Rika Whelan and professor Jodie Simpson.


Meet us!

CELA Facilitators

CELA’s Learning and Development facilitators come from a wide range of early education backgrounds, equipping them with practical sector based experience which is second to none. All our facilitators have a common passion for meaningful growth in every educator's practice, resulting in better outcomes for children.

Guild Insurance

CELA’s insurer of choice. Protecting Australian businesses and individuals with tailored insurance products and caring personal service.