Worimi! – Hello (Darug)
This Service is located on land that traditionally was home to the Mulgoa people, who spoke the Darug language. The Mulgoa people lived a hunter-gatherer lifestyle. We encourage educators to learn more about the traditional land and people that they live and work on, as they can then share this knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture within their Service.
To learn more about the Mulgoa people, click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenmore_Park,_New_South_Wales#:~:text=Prior%20to%20European%20settlement%2C%20what,their%20origins%20in%20the%20Dreamtime. ‘The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.’ – Jimmy Johnson
If you would like to make a difference to the lives of children, whilst having a great work/life balance, this these roles are perfect for you!
We are seeking two educators to join a great tight-knit team at an OSHC/OOSH Service for 15 hours per week in the afternoons only). You will be engaging with the children in planned and spontaneous activities, helping to prepare afternoon tea, working within the team, interacting with families, and assisting the children to grow and develop at their own pace by facilitating fun activities!
If you are fun loving and energetic individual, who is passionate about supporting children fulfil their dreams and pursue their interests, then you will thrive in one of these roles. More information about these roles:
More information about this Service:
- 15 hours per week from Mondays to Fridays (afternoons only).
- Above award wages! $25 - $29 per hour + 10% super
- Very supportive organisation who prioritises educator wellbeing.
- Great team environment.
- Have fun with kids while you work! Engage in play and a wide range of activities.
More information about you:
- Located onsite within a school in Glenmore Park.
- Shared OSHC space within the school hall, and displays and equipment stay set up. There is also a large undercover basketball court, astro turf grounds, and a grass oval for use.
- The educators are knowledgeable, friendly, and flexible.
- Licensed for 130 children, but the attendance is much lower.
- The Service reflects the school’s vision and values.
- The Service will maintain a great relationship with the school and the community.
- Opportunity for career progression and growth within the organisation.
- Work for an organisation that sees you more than just an employee. You will be part of a team, that work together and support one another, and your wellbeing is prioritised.
- You have a passion for working with children.
- You love to see children grow and develop in their own unique ways and gain joy from supporting this.
- You are a team player and a friendly and supportive team member.
- You are open minded, confident, and flexible. You are open to ongoing professional development and ongoing quality improvement.
- Desirable: you have experience in OSHC / OOSH.
- Required: National Police Check.
- Required: HLTAID004 / 012 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting or willingness to obtain (1 day training).
- Required: Valid and current paid NSW Working with Children Check.
- Required: Ability to show proof of full COVID-19 Vaccination status.
Looking for an individual that understands, adheres, and promotes The National Principles for Child Safe Organisations
. In your position, you will create a culture, adopt strategies, and take action to promote child wellbeing and prevent harm to children and young people. Want to know more?
Feel free to get in touch with our friendly team (who are former Educators and Coordinators ourselves) if you would like to know more, ask a question, or just to chat at email@example.com Does this opportunity sound perfect for you?
We would love it if you would submit your resume
outlining your experience, and a cover letter
highlighting how you would be the perfect person for this position.
When writing your cover letter, don’t forget to personalise it! Think about including:
- A brief professional history of you.
- Your philosophy- or your ‘why’.
- How you meet the position criteria- make sure you include examples from previous roles.
Remember to have a read over your application to check your grammar and spelling, and if it looks appealing. Firefly HR- a small boutique organisation of professional and passionate educators and individuals who are driven to instil positive change in the OSHC and ECE sectors. Firefly HR Mission To provide guidance and support to the OSHC sector. To connect educators and centres with ease, through permanent or temporary recruitment. To promote the Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) industry and encourage quality educators to the profession.
- Part Time Educator Position
- Afternoons only (15 hours per week)
- Above Award Pay! From $25 - $29 per hour + 10% super