3YO Teachers – amended 26/7/2021
Organisation J S Grey Kindergarten Association Inc
Closing date 15.08.2021
Primary role Early Childhood Teacher
Position type Part-time
Location West Preston
About the Centre/Service JS Grey Kindergarten is a sessional Kindergarten for 3 and 4-year-old children currently rated as Exceeding. We are a service run by volunteer parents who form the Committee of Management. We are seeking 2 Early Childhood Teacher/graduating 2021 Early Childhood Teachers for our 3yo Activity Groups. The position is until the end of the year with the potential for ongoing employment. The Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Curriculum underpins our play-based programs, where within this environment our Educators will empower and support children’s sense of identity, community, well-being, learning and communication. Our Kindergarten is a Child Safe environment and we support cultural diversity. Our curriculum incorporates indigenous perspectives, music, art, language, sustainability, gender equity, numeracy and literacy. Environmental issues are an integral part of the day-to-day learning as we help children understand their responsibility to their world. We are seeking 2 experienced Early Childhood Teacher to lead our 3yo Activity Groups. We have two 3yo Activity Groups. Our Kangaroo Group runs on a Tuesday from 9.15am – 4.15pm and our Emu Group runs on a Thursday and Friday from 9.15am – 1.15pm.
Work Days of the Role 2 separate roles - Tuesday OR Thursday & Friday
Hours of Work of the Role 9.75 hours AND 12 hours
Description The role has been amended as we have split the role and now require 2 ECT's. The successful candidate must: 1. Have a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education VIT registration or graduating with Bachelor of Early Childhood Education end of 2021 2. Strong understanding of the VELDYF, Educational and Care National Law and Regulations, and the NQF/NQS 3. Ensure a safe environment for the children and staff 4. Work professionally and collaboratively with Committee of Management, Management and Staff and Co-Educator of program 5. Develop, implement daily routines 6. Ensure the Policies and Procedures of the service are understood and adhered to 7. Liaise with families / carers as appropriate 8. Hold current First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training and qualifications 9. Excellent verbal and written communication skills 10. Passionate, motivated and enthusiastic about Early Childhood Education. We encourage candidates who wish to work in a supportive, diverse and dynamic environment to apply and attach a cover letter, resume and contact details of three current referees.
Qualifications Bachelor of Early Childhood Education VIT registration or graduating with Bachelor of Early Childhood Education end of 2021 Current First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training and qualifications
Requirements VIT Registration
Industrial Agreement/Award Victorian Early Childhood Teachers and Educators Agreement 2016 (VECTEA)