Program Leader

Posted by Prom Coast Centres for Children - Foster on 10 Oct 2018

Organisation Prom Coast Centres for Children - Foster
Closing date 31.10.2018
Primary role Child Care Room Leader
Position type Full-time
Location FOSTER
State VIC
About the Centre/Service Prom Coast Centres for Children in Foster is a not for profit organisation offering Kindergarten and Long Day Care services in beautiful Prom Coast district in South Gippsland. Our Foster Centre is an Integrated Service that offers Kindergarten, Long Day Care and OSHC services. If you are seeking a long-term career in a beautiful region of Victoria then we would love to hear from you. This position is for commencement in 2019. (an earlier start date is open for negotiation)
Work Days of the Role Monday - Friday
Hours of Work of the Role 40 Hour Week
Description As a highly motivated, organised and experienced Early Childhood Educator with experience in planning and implementation of programs in accordance with the Early Years Learning Framework, based on needs, interests and development of children this Program Leader position offers an excellent career opportunity. You will be responsible for Program management, including the children, staff, safety and environment. You will ensure the Program is an inclusive environment that fosters children's safety, security, positive relationships, be challenging, warm and caring. Critical reflection of the program is essential to this position and the role requires leadership to ensure all team members are positively supported to participate in the reflection process. Our Program Leaders build positive, trusting, two way relationships with parents, act as a positive role models and are active team members who conveying respect and guidance to other educators. If leading in Long Day Care is your strength an opportunity for 2IC exists for the right candidate. This position is for a January 2019 commencement (or earlier by negotiation). Benefits and perks
  • Full Time, 40 hour week (Monthly RDO) or 9 Day fortnight
  • 5 weeks annual leave
  • Community managed 65 place LDC service
  • Excellent Remuneration for the right Candidate
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to plan, provide and evaluate an inclusive child-centred play based program supportive of children's strengths, needs and interests and aligned to the EYLF
  • Working knowledge of the Education and Care Services National Law and Regulations the National Quality Standard and their role as a member of the early childhood education team in working toward achievement of the standards
  • Working knowledge of the Early Years Learning and Development Frameworks and the E CA Code of Ethics
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with educators, children and families
  • Demonstrated experiences in developing positive, trusting, two-way relationships with parents.
  • Demonstrated experiences working as a positive role model, an active team member who conveys respect and guidance to other colleagues.
  • Professional attitude and presentation
Requirements WWCC
Industrial Agreement/Award Children’s Services Award 2010

Contact Name
Wilhelmina Pruyn
Application Procedure
Interested Applicants should contact for a Position Description with application requirements

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