Centre Director | Rouse Hill | NSW

Posted on 30-Oct-2017
Application Close Date: 26-Nov-2017
Early Childhood Management
Position Type:
Permanent - Full time
Job Reference:
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Kids Club at Rouse Hill


Join our growing child care family

  • Seeking confident, empowered, pedagogically talented professionals
  • Strong peer network for support, help and friendship
  • $80,000 - $110,000 base + super + bonus + benefits 


Located in a lovely, quiet neighbourhood, Rouse Hill OSCH is located on the grounds of Rouse Hill Public School. With a thriving veggie patch, excellent relationship with the school and access to the school grounds and amenity, this centre provides a great opportunity to provide our school aged children with opportunities for rest and relaxation, fun and creativity. With a large outdoor space, this centre provides a great opportunity to put your pedagogical practice into action.


The centre enjoys a stable educator team who have been working together for several years, who are looking for a new leader to inspire them, be attentive to their needs and to make the right decisions for the centre.


The centre is well resourced with an environment designed to offer children complex and challenging learning opportunities, to extend on their current friendships and engage in sustainable materials and resources.


The Centre's most recent A& R result was Exceeding, hence our interest in both your pedagogical and leadership talents as we seek to continuously improve quality at the centre.


Your role as Centre Director


Guardian Centre Directors are encouraged to run their centres with a high degree of autonomy, within the context of the centres history and culture and within the broad parameters of the Guardian way.


We empower our Centre Directors to produce people and curriculum leadership to their educator team, to spend time engaging with families, to spend time to creating amazing early learning environments and spending time to promote their services within their local communities.


Centre Directors who thrive at Guardian are those with a strong vision for their centre, who are good with people, who are strong pedagogically, who aren't afraid to make decisions and to speak their mind and who are running their Centres at full occupancy. 


If this is you, and you have at least five years' experience as a Centre Director, then we would love to hear from you.


The joys of working for Guardian

If you are seeking a long-term career in the early year's sector then we are really keen to hear from you as we believe we can offer you a career like no one else.


  • join a team of 100 like-minded professionals
  • lots of professional development opportunities including our annual conference, leadership development, international study tours, international visitors, monthly meetings etc
  • Career advancement opportunities beyond Habberfield including leading larger centres, opening new centres, turnaround centres, support office roles, interstate relocations etc
  • Attractive remuneration package with scope for future growth
  • Participation in the Guardian Education Project a world class quality enhancement initiative inspired by the infant toddler centres and pre-schools of Reggio Emilia.


How to Apply


If you can help us add the 'wow' factor to every Guardian family's experience, enjoy early learning education as well as take your own personal learning journey seriously, your time is here! Click apply to send your resume today!


Guardian Early Learning Group… Shaping the world of tomorrow through the children of today.

'Guardian Early Learning Group is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and their welfare will always be our first priority.  We want children to be safe, happy and empowered, and our policies, procedures and practices will ensure that child protection issues will be approached and managed in a way to ensure the best outcomes for all children.'


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