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Educator Qualified Westmead Early Learning

  • 500362
  • Early Learning - Educator
  • Full time permanent

About the Opportunity:

This is a full time, permanent opportunity for an enthusiastic Diploma Qualified Educator who has experience working with the preschool age group of 3-5 year old children!

About the service:

As part of the new inclusive campus community at Uniting Westmead, our long day care centre offers unique learning opportunities, with 75 places for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old, a fire pit, chickens, large free flowing learning spaces which bring the indoors outdoors. Uniting Westmead Campus comprises of an Early Learning Centre, Residential Aged Care, Retirement living, Seniors Gym and a café open to the public. This provides opportunities to participate in Intergenerational programs as well as connecting with the local community.

 

What you’ll be doing in this role

As a Diploma Qualified Educator, you’ll provide quality education and care to children to help support , develop and facilitate learning outcomes in accordance with the National Quality Standards and Early Years Learning Framework! 

Your work will include:

  • Contribute to the development of educational programs which reflect the approved learning framework.
  • Developing positive and respectful relationships that support children, their families and community.
  • Facilitating play-based learning environments that are responsive to children’s interest, strengths, and abilities.
  • Documenting children’s learning through observations and assessments against learning outcomes 
  • Implement and follow Uniting’s policies and procedures across all aspects of service delivery
  • Work in collaboration with members of a team
  • Being involved in Intergenerational programs

Who we’re looking for

  • Diploma in Children Services (essential), with previous experience working at a Diploma Level in an early learning service.
  • A work history that demonstrates recording observations, writing learning stories and supporting the planning of a successful curriculum using the Early Years Learning Framework.
  • Understand the National Quality Framework and EYLF
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, families and community members
  • You’ll be adaptable, empathetic and resourceful, and be able to live Uniting’s everyday values of being compassionate, respectful, imaginative, and bold.

 

We’ll create a better future for you

Our people are at the heart of everything we do, and we support them to grow and develop to be their best through our strong commitment to learning, flexibility, great benefits and a positive culture of teamwork and cooperation. Together, we can build a better future for the people and communities we serve, and for you.

 

About Uniting Early Learning

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. We come from a belief that the power of inclusivity and community is the key ingredient to creating an environment where children can grow and flourish.

 

What to expect

Please know that employment with Uniting requires:

  • A National Police Check
  • Valid working with Children’s Check
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Working Rights Check
  • Full COVID-19 vaccination (3 doses).

 

How to apply

If you see yourself in this role, we’d love to hear from you. Just click on the ‘Apply now’ button, fill out your details and submit. Once you apply, we’ll keep you up to date on how your application is progressing. We encourage applications from people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

 

If you have any questions please contact Aparna Kumbhari - Talent Acquisition Specialist on akumbhari@uniting.org

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