Early Childhood Teacher - Sdn Mosman
Realise your potential, with the support of our village. As a not- For- Rofit, SDN has delivered early childhood education, children's therapies, and family support services since 1905. We're one of Australia's most respected children's services organisations, with 650+ staff across 37 sites in NSW and the ACT. Build a career you're proud of, with networking, training, and promotion opportunities.
Permanent Full time - Flexibility for a 4 day week
You will receive an above award salary with annual leave loading plus benefits, as well as monthly RDOs and paid meal breaks.
What you'll do
As an Early Childhood Teacher, you will deliver an innovative, high quality and inclusive early childhood program for children that reflects current theory, practice and the values and philosophies of SDN and ensure positive outcomes for all children.
You will lead the room and be responsible for the overall room management, including the children, program, WHS and identifying and supporting staff development through individual and team assessments.
You will be supported by a highly experienced Centre Director, join a stable team of experienced and passionate educators, and support from a team of Practice Leaders in Shared Services.
SDN Mosman provides early childhood education and child care for 56 children per day in the beautiful Lower North Shore suburb of Mosman, and has a real feel of being 'a home away from home'.
Who you are
University qualifications in Early Childhood Education and registration with NESA
Current Working with Children Check (NSW)
Current Working with Children's Check (NSW)
Knowledge of the National Quality Standards & Early Years Learning Framework
Experience in leading and guiding practice of other Educators
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Current Senior First Aid Certificate
Asthma and Anaphylaxis certificates (preferable)
Excellent relationship building skills
Understanding of Child Protection legislation, including an approved & current Child Protection Training qualification
Understanding of the development of children, their health, hygiene and nutritional needs
Positive welcoming culture
Priority placement for children of staff members and discounted child care fees
Paid parental leave
12 day personal / carer's leave per year
Rewards and Recognition Program
Access to Long Service Leave after 5 years continuous service
Finders fee - Referral Scheme
Employee Assistance Program - Free, voluntary and confidential counselling service
Paid mandatory Work Health and Safety training including First Aid and CPR
SDN Staff Giving Fund
Picnic Day - One extra day paid leave for all permanent staff
Flu Vaccination reimbursement
Access to Flare HR - Gift card discounts to leading major retailers
What it's like to work with our village
When you join SDN, you join a village that partners with families to enrich young lives. Our team is here to help you explore your interests and unleash your talents. We learn and grow together, sharing tools, resources, and knowledge.
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At SDN, everyone is welcome and respected. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Successful applicants will be subject to relevant pre- Employment checks including Working with Children Check (NSW), National Police Check and Covid 19 vaccination in line with government regulations.
If you believe that by working together we can make the world a better and more equitable place, then we'd love to hear from you.