OSHC Educator - Carina (Permanent)

Archdiocese of Brisbane

Permanent hours available for a passionate educator to join St Martin's OSHC in Carina

  • Contribute to our GROW culture (Genuine, Respectful, Open and Welcoming)
  • Work with a professional not-for-profit provider across South-East QLD
  • Enjoy opportunities for professional development and career growth
At Catholic Early EdCare we share all parents’ aspirations to watch their children grow. We do this by incorporating the latest early education research and practice into our programs and creating spaces where children can connect, grow and discover.  You will enjoy the benefits of being part of a network of over 130 Catholic Early EdCare services in South East Queensland and part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane.

We are seeking to appoint a Permanent Full Time/Part Time Children’s Services Employee at St Martin's OSHC in Carina.

At St Martin's Outside School Hours Care we provide before school care, after school care and vacation care to up to 195 children.  We are seeking enthusiastic and energetic educators who are passionate about supporting primary school aged children to grow and develop and are committed to seeing them learn and have fun in a happy and safe environment.
  
Hours: 15 hours per week
Remuneration: as per the Children’s Services Modern Award 2010. Level 1.1 to Level 3.4 depending on qualifications and experience - $24.2895 to $26.0053.
  
Key Responsibilities:
  • Work with the children to create fun recreational and educational experiences that support their well-being.
  • Provide children with a safe, secure, welcoming and nurturing environment.
  • Work collaboratively within an established team to ensure the best outcomes for children and families.
  • Participate in professional and personal development.
  • Promote the service within the local community in accordance with Catholic Early EdCare’s expectations and educational philosophy.
  Job Requirements:
  • An ACECQA approved school age qualification. A range of study areas may be recognised including: behavioural science, community services, creative arts, education, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, sports and recreation, and human welfare studies.
  • Hold a current Queensland Blue Card (Working with Children Check)
  • Knowledge and understanding of the child care industry practices including legislative requirements and quality frameworks.
  • A passion for the education and care of school aged children in a play-based environment
  • Effective workplace communication skills
The Archdiocese of Brisbane has standards of conduct for employees and volunteers to maintain a safe and healthy environment. Our commitment to these standards requires that we conduct background referencing for all persons who will engage in direct and regular involvement with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults.