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The Hive, Mt Druitt leads collective work to ensure all children in Mt Druitt start school well. We have 6000 children under 5 years old and 33% of those are considered ‘developmentally vulnerable’ when they start school. The Hive is a network of people working in Mt Druitt, to bring together the community, services, businesses, government, and philanthropy to address locally identified priorities.
We are seeking someone with family support work and/or expertise on the early learning system to support families in Mount Druitt to enroll in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC). The Early Learning Linker will leverage community engagement activities, as well as work closely with preschools, schools and local services in order to engage with local families, before working 1:1 with families to overcome barriers to early education opportunities.
In this role, you will:
As the Early Learning Linker you will have a Social Work, Early Childhood Education or similar tertiary education degree, and will have some experience working 1:1 with vulnerable and/or disadvantaged families and communities. You will have knowledge and skills around working patiently and flexibly with families as you utilise skills in both strengths-based and solutions-focused approaches, to support families overcome the barriers to early childhood education and care.
We are a child safe organisation and ensure our new hires are appropriately checked, including a Working With Children Check.
We have been helping Australians in communities of disadvantage to reach their full potential for more than 60 years. Our model of change is to empower children and young people through flagship early childhood and youth employment initiatives. We also work to develop new approaches which challenge the status quo in tackling complex social issues, including our innovative business park model and collective impact work.
We strive for a supportive, friendly and values driven team environment and culture.
We are a small team in Sydney but have partners and friends all over the world who love to engage with us about the important work we do.
Please contact Faith on 0406 579 297 with any questions about this position.
United Way Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to engaging a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature aged applicants.
A position description is attached.