Assistant Coordinator | OSHC | Riverstone Area
May 10, 2022
Permanent / Full Time
Worimi – Hello (Darug)
This service is located on land with the Traditional Owners being the Darug people.
Make your mark.
Show your leadership.
Let your innovation shine!
About the role:
Full time role – 38 hours per week
Leadership position as a qualified Responsible Person
Monday to Friday morning and afternoon shifts + split shift allowance!
10% above award wages of approximately $32 - $33 per hour (pending on qualification and experience).
On the floor position – spend time with the children and participate in experiences
Collaborate and build positive rapport with all stakeholders to ensure the smooth running of program
Share your knowledge on National Quality Framework and My Time Our Place to ensure clear understanding from all stakeholders
Be involved in the school learning community
More about the service:
Medium - large Service licensed for just over 130 children.
Great positive and supportive relationship with the school.
The school staff are very communicative, cooperative, and caring towards the OSHC team.
Work for an organisation that sees you more than an employee. You will be a part of a team, that work together and support one another.
Stability of shifts | Shifts all year round – not restricted by school holidays
Be supported by a full time Coordinator, Assistant Coordinator and Educational Leader
Gain valuable experience working with primary school aged children and further develop your career
Professional development opportunities and regular training
Opportunities for career progression
Collaborate with like-minded professionals
Competitive Salary with salary packaging options – increase your take home pay!
Who doesn’t love a holiday? Option to purchase additional leave throughout the year!
Comprehensive induction programs
More About You:
You have leadership experience with an OSHC/OOSH or Early Childhood Service
You have a positive attitude
You love mentoring educators and value their growth
You have excellent communication skills – this role will require you to speak to all stakeholders
You must be able to effectively lead a team and manage the day-to-day operations of an education and care service
You have high emotional intelligence.
You are an approachable, and collaborative leader, whilst being professional and compliance driven.
You are knowledgeable in the National Quality Framework, My Time, Our Place, and National Quality Standards
Must be able to facilitate an inclusive and structured program that is tailored to the needs and interests of the children and community.
You are a positive role model for educators and children
You strive to facilitate the learning and development of children through all aspects of the Service.
You are able to engage all educators in the planning cycle and encourage them to make regular contributions to programming and other aspects of the Service
but not needed: relevant Qualification in childcare or teaching - Certificate IV in Outside School Hours Care, Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care.
Experience in OSHC or ECE setting
Experience leading a team of educators
Possesses current ‘CHCPRT001’
- Identify and respond to children and young people at risk’ training (or willingness to obtain- 1 day training).
Current ‘HLTAID004 or HLTAID012’
- Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting’ Certificate (or willingness to obtain- 1 day training).
Valid and current NSW Paid Working with Children Check.
Child Safety –
We are looking for someone who understands, adheres, and promotes The National Principles for Child Safe Organisations.
it is a requirement in NSW that any ECEC (and OSHC) staff across the state must receive two doses of a COVID-19 vaccination by 8 November 2021
Hit “APPLY” with your resume outlining your experience and a cover letter stating which service you are interested in. For more information find us on:
Amazing Facilities & Innovative Program
Be a part of an amazing and supportive team
ABOVE award rate + Allowances + Super!