Senior OOSH Coordinator

This role will manage and offer support and direction to Service Coordinators across all OOSH programs in relation to the education and care of children.

·        Lead a Passionate Team: Guide and empower a dynamic team for childcare success

·        Make a difference while enjoying work-life balance

·        9 day fortnight

The Role

Full time role to provide leadership and direction to the OOSH Service Coordinators, including employee development, motivation and engagement, supporting and guiding your team of coordinators to support the educators, service and community.

As well as represent AlburyCity Children's Services in relationships with schools which host OOSH programs.

Qualifications & experience

·        Tertiary qualifications in Early Childhood Education and Care or related field or relevant equivalent experience

·        Experience within an Out of School Hours program

·        Demonstrated experience leading a team in the Early Childhood Education and Care sector.

Tasks & responsibilities

·        Assist with the recruitment of OOSH staff and provide support with the orientation process.

·        Assist the service coordinators with the casual roster of OOSH staff across the programs to ensure ratios are maintained.

·        Support Educational Leaders in each OOSH program to ensure the approved Educational Framework is implemented.

·        Coordinate and facilitate professional development opportunities for OOSH staff across programs.

·        Observe requirements of the WHS Legislation, relevant to the job and adhere to AlburyCity Policies and Procedures regarding WHS.

Hours

Based on a 35 hour week, with actual days and times being Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 6pm, with an RDO in accordance with AlburyCity's RDO guidelines.

Benefits 

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 8 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

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