Pedagogical Leader (Early Years)

Posted by Child & Family Care Network (Bestchance) on 05 Jul 2021

Organisation Child & Family Care Network (Bestchance)
Closing date 23.07.2021
Primary role Other
Position type Part-time
Location Glen Waverley
State VIC
About the Centre/Service Bestchance is a not-for-profit organisation intent on building stronger communities, healthier families and happier childhoods. We achieve this through the provision of quality education, care and therapy services for children, support programs for families, and related national accredited training qualifications.
Description Pedagogical Leader (Early Years)
  • Inspire and engage educators to deliver high quality, innovative programs Established early years provider
  • Salary packaging and flexible working 0.9 FTE
Caring for children and families for over 120 years in Victoria, bestchance now has an opportunity for an experienced Pedagogy Leader in its revised Early Years Structure. This position initiates and supports to embed a culture of contemporary early childhood practice and pedagogy across our early education and care services, including kindergarten, family day care and child care programs. Ensuring consistently high quality practices that contribute to positive outcomes for all children as defined in the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework. The Early Years Pedagogical Leader will be part time (0.9 FTE) and will form part of the Early Years Leadership Team. Your excellent people and influencing capability together with your ability to independently manage complex workloads will set you up for success. Please click the link below to access the Position Description to find out more: If you have any questions about this role, please contact Joy Nunn, General Manager Early Years on 0400 998 219. Please direct all applications to Applications will be considered when received.   Bestchance are committed to implementing and adhering to the Child Safe standards including the development and implementation of people practices that reduce the chance of child abuse within the organisation, for which we advocate zero tolerance.
  • Degree or Post Graduate qualified in Education (Early Childhood) or related discipline with experience in leadership of pedagogical practices
  • Extensive specialist experience and knowledge of services for children and families
  • Extensive specialist experience and knowledge of the National Quality Framework, funding guidelines relevant to Early Childhood Services and Child Safe Standards
Requirements WWCC
Industrial Agreement/Award Other

Contact Name
Joy Nunn
Application Procedure
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