Child Care Educator | KU Bradfield Park - Permanent Part Time

Child Care Educator | KU Bradfield Park - Permanent Part Time

Ku Children'S Services | lindfield, NSW, AU

Posted 5 days ago

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Since 5, KU has been and proudly remains a not for profit organisation

KU Children's Services (KU) is one of the most respected early education providers in Australia and has an enviable reputation for the quality of our services. % of KU centres meet or exceed the National Quality Standards. KU is a leading not for profit provider of early childhood education and care services in NSW, VIC, ACT and QLD.

KU is our place, where we all belong. A safe, calm community of children, parents and educators. We are very proud to welcome the large and diverse KU family of children, families and staff who experience KU with us each day. Side by side, we explore the world through many cultures and perspectives. KU children learn it’s OK to be different, and we can all be different, together

The Service

KU Bradfield Park Children's Centre  is a place service in the heart of the  West Lindfield and cares for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years old.

KU Bradfield Park have an emphasis on an inclusive environment, where children feel like they belong and are encouraged to play, discover and learn. The service has specially designed indoor and outdoor spaces and encourages children to explore and learn within a nurturing environment.

The  KU Bradfield Park  team is well known within the local community for their focused, play based education approach and you will be joining a truly dedicated team with all of the KU learning resources at your disposal.

For more information about the service

The Role

We are looking for an educator with a completed Certificate III qualification in Early Childhood Education and Care who values partnering with families, are keen to further develop their skills and wants to join a passionate, capable and dedicated team.

This is a permanent part-time position which will see you work 5 hours a day, 5 days a week, on a rotating - or - role is to cover programming and breaks for educators across all age groups. 

To be considered for this role, it is essential you have: 

  • Work rights to enable you to work in Australia
  • A valid NSW Working with Children Check
  • A recognised Certificate III in Children's Services qualification or similar as approved by Australian Children’s Education and Quality Authority (ACECQA)
  • Child Protection training and knowledge of current legislation and its implications for the care and protection of children
  • Sound understanding of the NQF, EYLF, Education and Care Services National Law (0) and the Education and Care Services National Regulations (1)
  • Professional level of written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated computer literacy skills 
  • How do you apply?

    If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit your updated Cover Letter and CV via the 'APPLY NOW' button.

    For inquiries contact Anthony, HR Generalist via please note:  applications are not accepted via this email).

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    KU Children’s Services is committed to being a child safe organisation. We put children’s safety and wellbeing at the centre of our practices. Child safety is a shared responsibility across the organisation. All KU staff contribute to maintaining our child safe culture and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the children in our services and programs. KU has a zero tolerance of harm or abuse of children.

    COVID Vaccination

    At KU, the safety and wellbeing of our employees, the children in our care and their families remains our highest priority. This is at the forefront of all that we do, and we welcome applications from candidates who share this spirit. It is a condition of employment that KU staff members are required to hold full COVID- vaccination.

    Unlocking Endless Possibilities
    KU has been awarded Employer of Choice each year since 6 and is committed to continuing the development of a workplace culture of inclusion and diversity. We actively promote the employment of people from across the spectrum of society. 

    As an inclusive employer KU welcomes all applicants with the skills and/or experience relevant to the position to apply. We value individual differences such as age, colour, religion, gender, sexual identification or orientation, or ethnic origin – including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, members of culturally and linguistically diverse communities and people with disabilities. 

    We invite you to communicate to us your individual needs in relation to the application process. This allows KU to adapt its recruitment processes to address your specific physical or cultural requirements. 

    The KU Difference:

  • We Reward  - We offer sector leading pay and benefits including salary packaging and discounted private health insurance.
  • We Build Careers  - We enable and encourage our people to grow and evolve with us
  • We Grow Our People  - We provide opportunities to learn, grow and enhance your professional practice through KU’s high quality professional learning program
  • We Offer an Inclusive Culture  - We’ve created a diverse and inclusive working culture with a shared vision and common values.