Educator - Willetton

Nido Early School

Nido Early School is seeking an experienced and qualified Educator to join our service in Willetton.

  • 72 Place service in Willetton embracing the Reggio Emilia Philosophy
  • Premium, purpose-built facilities with high quality resources
The Nido collection of early schools for children first opened in 2014 to provide families with a new standard of Early Years Education and Care. The word ‘Nido’ is Italian for ‘nest’ (pronounced neeh-doh) and was inspired by the Italian principles of 'Reggio Emilia' the philosophy in which are services are founded on. 

What’s different about Nido?
Our environments reflect our love of nature and our views on sustainability. It is essential to us that the learning environment is the ‘third teacher’ and we set up our physical spaces in a manner that encourage engagement and exploration. We build strong relationships with our families and encourage a high degree of involvement and participation.
We believe every child has the right to make choices with their learning, allowing every child to explore their interests and foster their sense of curiosity. To us, early years are the foundation years, in our care we provide children a richer experience through continual research and knowledge to cultivate a love of learning and sustain future growth and development.

Looking to join the Nest?
Nido Early School Willetton is a key part of the community and focuses on meaningful relationships and providing high quality care and education to our families. We are now seeking an Educator to join the team and make a real difference to children's lives. 
  
Key Responsibilities
  • Encourage every child to learn from and help others through collaborative learning opportunities.
  • Assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of learning programs by evaluating, reflecting and making suggestions on the learning and development of all children in the room.
  • Assist and prepare documentation associated with every child’s learning development and make available to families.
  • Assist the Lead Educator /ECT in developing, implementing and evaluating educational programmes in line with the EYLF, NQF and the Reggio Emilia approach.
  • Maintain professional knowledge, resources and skills through staff training, traineeship and professional development programs and sharing ideas and professional reading.
To be a Nido Educator you will have…
  • Certificate 3 or Diploma in Children’s Services (or equivalent)
  • Previous experience within a childcare role and delivering high quality early education and care (long day care setting preferable)
  • A passion for the Reggio Emilia Philosophy
  • Childcare values that align with the Nido brand
  • Ability to demonstrate innovative and creative thinking
  • A Valid working with Children Check
  • Current First Aid Certificate
Start your journey by applying today with a resume and cover letter outlining your suitability for the position and why you want to join Nido.
  
For further information, visit www.nidoearlyschool.com.au or contact
careers@nidoearlyschool.com.au