Room leader - Diploma trained Educator

The position is for a diploma educator, starting in September. You will mainly be responsible for a small group (up to 8) of 2-3 years old toddlers, including observation and programming. You will be supported by assisting educator.

One day a week you will be working with the Pre-school group supporting the implementation of the program.

Mother’s Love Early Education & Childcare Service is a non-profit charity in Inner West Sydney with 26 places, with 2-5 years old.  We have been assessed as meeting in all areas. The education and care service has a warm atmosphere, friendly and professional staff team. The management is always supportive to all the educators and staff.

We facilitate staff education and training to keep up with the current early childhood field.

Requirements:

An approved diploma in Early childhood Services. Students (Early Childhood or Diploma) are welcome

Proficient in communicating and documenting in English

Knowledge and understanding and practical application of NQS & EYLF

Experience working with children

Computer skills – Microsoft word 

Ability to work well in a team situation

Genuinely interested in the field of early childhood as a profession

Working with Children Check on application

Fully vaccinated for Covid- 19

Personal attributes:

Self-motivated and enthusiastic.

Interest and skills in music, arts or crafts, sports, gardening will be appreciated  

To apply for the Job

Please email your application and your resume

Contact: Surabhi Webber – Service Director

email admin@motherslovechildcare.net.au  

Phone: 0297064874

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