- Melbourne > Coburg
- Job posted on: 1st Aug 2022
- Applications close:
Coburg Children’s Centre welcomes children, families and staff from all abilities, family structures, cultures and faiths, and of all genders and sexualities. We are a child-safe organisation and have zero tolerance for child abuse. We are committed to keeping children safe by empowering children’s voices in our programs and by keeping staff education in the area of children’s safety current.
Coburg Children’s Centre and Kindergarten is a highly regarded community based, not for profit service offering quality programs and family support. Our Centre offers childcare, 3 and 4-year-old integrated kindergarten and sessional kindergarten, with approximately 105 children attending per day. We are also situated within walking distance to Sydney Road trams and both Coburg and Batman train stations.
A rare opportunity has arisen for a part time, permanent Certificate III or Diploma qualified educator to join our team, commencing as soon as is practicable. This position is for a floating team member who will work across all ages and rooms, with the potential to become an allocated team member, working within a room team in the future.
This part time position is a 3 day/25.5 hour a week position. Specific work days are open to negotiation. High quality written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work well within a team are essential. You will be part of our diverse and inclusive culture, sharing our values and sustainable philosophy.
This is an enticing opportunity for the right person to work in a service which offers the following:
Please call Maria or Nese on 9354 7633 to discuss further. Position description is available upon request.
For more information about our centre, please visit our website: www.coburgchildrenscentre.org.au
Our community acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the unceded Land on which we meet, work, learn and play. We will empower children to become a voice of reconciliation for generations to come.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.