Multiple opportunities available to work closely with families, providing high quality education and care for children
$55,885 plus 9.5% Superannuation (pro rata for part time)
- Permanent Part Time (four hours per day, five days per week)
- Maximum Term Contract Part Time up until October 2021 (Thursdays and Fridays)
We are the City of Melbourne, a place to be bold and inspirational.
We are rapidly transforming to meet the evolving challenges faced by a global city. With a vision of being a leading organisation for a leading capital city, our mission is to create positive impact for our community. Each day, we work with passion and purpose so that together we achieve incredible things.
Together we Make the Difference
How this position will Make the Difference to City of Melbourne…
City of Melbourne are currently seeking three Assistant Early Childhood Educators (Certificate III) to join our North Melbourne Children’s Centre. We have one permanent (full time) position, one permanent part time position working four hours per day, five days per week and one part time position working Thursdays and Fridays up until October 2021.
As the Assistant Early Childhood Educator (Certificate III), you will provide high quality education and care for all children accessing our services. You will be guided by the Early Childhood Educator and share responsibility for ensuring that the program reflects current best practice, and meets the individual needs of each child participating in the program. Programs will be informed by ‘Belonging, Being and Becoming’ Early Years Learning Frameworks.
Currently these Assistant Early Childhood Educator positions are located at the North Melbourne Children’s Centre, however educators can be required to move across the City of Melbourne managed Children’s Centres. These being; Hotham Hub Children’s Centre and North Melbourne Children’s Centre. All services are open 7.30am to 6.00pm with shifts allocated to meet service requirements.
Please be advised as part of your application you will need to submit certified copies of your qualification as listed below.
You can bring… (Selection criteria)
- Ability to demonstrate and display City of Melbourne Values – accountability, integrity, courage, respect for self and others, and striving for excellence.
- Approved Certificate III children’s services qualification or approved equivalent qualification.
- Experience working in an Early Childhood Services environment.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the National Quality Framework, which includes the National Quality Standards, Early Years Learning Framework and Regulations.
- Good interpersonal, oral and verbal communication skills.
- The ability to work effectively with children, families and staff.
- Ability to engage ethically, and respect the diversity and abilities of children and families.
- Demonstrate self-motivation and initiative in day to day work and problem solving.
- Ability to liaise with, support and follow directions given by Diploma \ Degree qualified educators.
By joining us, you will become part of a remarkable team who work in a constructive and inclusive culture to shape the future of this city. Together, we champion difference, celebrate achievement and recognise positive impact.
To view the physical requirements of this position, please see below under Position Information.
How to apply…
Please apply for the position via the City of Melbourne Careers Page, via the link below.
City of Melbourne - Mercury eRecruit
Please address your covering letter to Maree Rabach, North Melbourne Childcare Centre Coordinator.
Applications will be accepted up until 11:45pm Sunday 31 January 2021.
The position description for this role will not be provided at this stage of application.
For those interested in working with us, the City of Melbourne offers a great range of benefits.
City of Melbourne is proud to be a workplace that champions diversity. Our commitment is for our people to be safe, included and supported so that they can be at their best. As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage applications from people regardless of their gender identity and expression, ethnicity, cultural background, sexual orientation, disability and age. We look for the right values, skills and knowledge to build our capabilities so that we can best deliver for our community.