Casual Educator, Chadstone | VIC

Posted on 11-Sep-2017
Application Close Date: 08-Oct-2017
Location:
VIC
Category:
Early Childhood Educators
Position Type:
Contract - Casual
Job Reference:
GUARD/1289756
Attachments:
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Chadstone Early Learning Centre

Located in Chadstone, this 99-place centre has spacious outdoor play areas complete with gardens and ample shade and interiors that are full of resources. Our diverse range of educators are passionate professionals and pride themselves on creating strong bonds with the children, families and local community.

This role offers you the opportunity to become a Casual Certificate III Qualified Educator at one of our incredible child care and early learning centres.  You are also joining a dynamic early learning group that offers a supportive peers, and a host of professional development and career progression opportunities across our network of centres and support offices.

As Casual Certificate III Assistant, you will work with other educators:

  • Develop and maintain meaningful relationships with children, families, colleagues, and the centre community
  • Ensure compliance with the National Law and National Regulations
  • Actively contribute to the implementation and adoption of the Guardian Curriculum
  • Document children's learning and development

 

The Candidate

We are looking for someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Completed Certificate III in Children's Services
  • Sound, practical working knowledge and implementation of the National Quality Framework and the Early Years Learning Framework;
  • Current First Aid Certificate/Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates;
  • Current Working with Children's Check
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to inspire, motivate and maintain a positive learning culture within the centre for children, for your families and for your Educator colleagues

 

About Guardian

Guardian Early Learning Group is a community of early childhood professionals dedicated to providing high quality early learning for our families and their children.

We started our journey in 2004 and today we operate over 90 early learning centres.  We are seeking to become one of the most inspired early learning groups in the world by operating our centres to the very best of our ability, and growing cautiously through new centre acquisitions and developments.

Critical to our success is the team of Centre Managers who lead our centres, who we spoil with resources, support, development and friendships.  If you are ready for greatness we invite you to apply to join our team.

 

Why work for us?

  • Guardian's own Reggio inspired Diploma
  • Learning & Development – Leadership skills, NQF and Curriculum training
  • Over the past year, 80 Guardian staff and Educators have attended Reggio
  • Flexible working hours
  • Guardian's Curriculum Project' that aims to provide both an inspirational and aspirational framework that guides the work of our educators in the learning and development of children.  Our curriculum sits on top of the Early Years Framework.  
  • Reggio Inspired Environments – Natural indoor and outdoor spaces
  • Richmond Pedagogical Exchange – Materials Centre and 100 Languages of Children Exhibition
  • Guardian are sustainability champions having our own Sustainability Manager educating our staff and children on how to take better care of the world we live in.
  • Generous childcare discounts across our centres

 

Working at Guardian means you'll be working in one of the leading childcare and early learning businesses in the world, dedicated to providing the best possible early learning experiences for children and their families. we're doing amazing things – and you can too.

 

 '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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