SRF Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Educator Bilingual (Hakha Chin)

Posted by St John's Kindergarten on 17 Nov 2021

Organisation St John's Kindergarten
For Provider St John's Kindergarten Committee Croydon Inc
Closing date 03.12.2021
Primary role Diploma Qualified Educator
Position type Part-time
Location Croydon
State VIC
About the Centre/Service At St. John's Kindergarten, in the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge the traditional owners of our land. We recognise the Wurundjeri People, past, present and emerging, whose lands and waters we continue to build our community on today. The aim of St. John’s Kindergarten is to provide a high quality, innovative educational program for all children in a nurturing, trusting and caring environment with a focus on celebrating and encouraging children’s enthusiasm, creativity and cultural diversity. Our philosophy is guided by the practices to: *Provide a warm, caring and welcoming environment where children feel safe, worthwhile and important *Be a child advocate and value each child’s individualism by following their interests to develop appropriate open ended activities and experiences, which are stimulating, nurturing and presented in an engaging manner *Provide learning opportunities that are play based and are facilitated by extended periods of uninterrupted, child-directed play, and intentional teaching strategies. *Initiate warm, trusting, collaborative partnerships with the families, communicate honestly with parents regarding their child’s child progress and documentation progress, maintaining confidentiality and encouraging parent feedback. *Having high expectations for all children and providing a supportive learning and inclusive environment for all abilities children. *Staff critical reflect on all aspects of the curriculum in order to provide the best possible environments and outcomes for the children. *Valuing the contribution of children, parents, staff and committee in developing the program and facilities. *Children and families have a right to feel recognised, respected, and valued as members of our community. It is vital for children and families to feel safe and supported within the pre-school environment regardless of ability, gender, race, religion, and sexuality. *Children’s learning and development is best fostered through providing a play-based curriculum, which encourages children to explore and investigate, stimulates curiosity and the senses, and fosters confidence and independence in a safe and supportive environment to provide the foundation for life-long learning. *The kindergarten recognises and commits to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989), and Early Childhood Australia’s Code of Ethics as a standard of rights for all who attend the service.
Work Days of the Role Monday - Friday. There may be flexibility with times and days to the candidate
Hours of Work of the Role The diploma position will be over 5 days. 25 hours per week - Monday to Friday 8:30am-1:30pm
Description St. John's Kindergarten is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Bilingual Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care qualified educator that it join our team of professional and experienced educators. The candidate must be proficient in Burmese dialect, Hakha Chin and also have experience in supporting children with additional needs and Early Start Kindergarten eligible persons. The Fixed Term Part Time position is funded by our SRF 2022. The position will be 25 hours over 5 days per week: - Mondays 8:30am → 1:30pm to Friday 8:30am → 1:30pm. There may be flexibility to hours. Our stand-alone Kindergarten provides a high quality education and care for children aged 3-5 years in stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environments. St. John's Kindergarten is run by a voluntary parent Committee of Management; we offer state-funded 3 and 4 year old Kindergarten sessions. The successful applicant will be valued for their ability to work collaboratively with the teacher, family members and other staff to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.  Also contribution to centre practices, philosophy and educational programs in a supportive working environment, and must be able to fulfil the following essential criteria:
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care or equivalent qualification
  • Bilingual - Burmese dialect Hakha Chin, and/or Zomi/Karen and English
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Current ‘Working With Children Check’ and ‘Police Check’
  • A commitment to continuous learning, best practice and achieving high quality service delivery and a sound knowledge of the National and Victorian Early Years Frameworks
  • Strong written and verbal communication and organisational skills in both languages (English and Hakha Chin)
  • Able to build positive relationships with families, children and colleagues
  • Be able to work effectively in a team
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care or equivalent qualification
  • Working With Children Check and Police Check
  • Two referees
  • Level 2 First Aid Certificate
  • Mandatory Reporting and other obligations for the Early Childhood Sector Certificate
  • Proof of Covid-19 Certificate
Requirements VIT Registration
Industrial Agreement/Award Victorian Early Childhood Teachers and Educators Agreement 2020 (VECTEA)

Contact Name
Director - Michelle Parratt
Application Procedure
Please email a cover letter with updated CV to above email

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