Woodville Alliance (WA) is a not-for-profit community organisation based in Western Sydney and working primarily in Fairfield, Bankstown, Auburn and Liverpool. We have operated for over twenty years and provide a broad range of children's, family, youth, mental health, disability and early intervention services. Further details regarding our services can be found on our website: http://www.woodville.org.au/
Our organisational vision and mission focuses on social justice and working in partnership with our community. Our values include empowerment, empathy, compassion and innovation.
Woodville Alliance Ltd is looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join our Early Childhood Education and Care Centre. We are seeking Certificate III qualified workers to join our vibrant team. Please note: Diploma holders will not be considered for this role. We believe the primary objective of a child care worker is to work cooperatively within a team in providing quality child care whilst ensuring that the policies, procedures and values of Woodville Alliance and the Carramar Early Childhood Education and Care Centre are observed and implemented.
- Supervise children's play and promote positive behaviour through education, care and support
- Assist in planning and implementation of educational programs
- Observe and record children's interests, participation and progress
- Ensure inclusion of children with additional needs into the program
- Develop networks and relationships with local community contacts and other service providers
- Contribute to the positive marketing of the centre
- Provide a safe and healthy environment for children, visitors and staff in the workplace
- Develop effective communication through positive partnerships with families at the centre.
The ideal Candidate will have or be:
- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- A Working with Children Check clearance number
- Current Early Education First Aid Certificate
- Knowledge of the National Quality Framework, inclusive of the NQS, EYLF, Laws and Regulations including Child Protection, Rating and Assessment process
- Understanding and ability to build professional relationships with children, families, colleagues and greater community
- Previous experience in a similar role
- Skills in oral and written communication
To be successful in this role, you are required to complete a National Police Check as well as providing your Working with Children check number for verification.
HOW TO APPLY
Please click the 'apply' button to forward your CV and letter of application addressing the essential criteria 1 to 4 listed above as soon as possible. Please visit www.woodville.org.au/careers-jobs for more information or call Tishia Boulton-Bell – HR Assistant on 02 9722 5213.
Woodville Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer and our work has always been underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.