You will have the freedom to influence and contribute to the development & implementation of a quality learning program for the children in our care.
03rd January, 2023
Strong development opportunities with access to free professional development through Gowrie NSW Education Hub
Above award rates on offer + plus split shift allowance
Be a part of a warm and welcoming team
Become a member of our dynamic OSHC regional community
We will give you the resources and freedom to lead a team in our reputable OSHC program
Work alongside sector recognised experts to enhance skills and build expertise
Build genuine and meaningful relationships across several programs with educators, children and families
A leader in early and middle childhood for 80 years, Gowrie NSW is a surplus for purpose social enterprise providing diverse education and care, family support and professional development services to the early and middle childhood sector across NSW and ACT. With a focus on research and contemporary pedagogical methodology, we have demonstrated a strong leadership commitment to working in partnership across generations to provide a range of programs and resources that support children, families and education professionals.
About the opportunity:
We are seeking an experienced OSHC Program Manager who will be responsible for the day-to-day organization, management, and leadership of our OSHC program, including but not limited to the following:
Grow, manage, and lead a team of educators.
Manage day to day operations.
Provide quality education and care services for children and families.
Monitor and maintain compliance with the National Law and Regulations.
Ensure budget is well maintained, including staffing levels and spending.
Fostering positive relationships with the school community.
Management of key stakeholder relationships
The position will be 38 hours per week, working before and after school care shifts, including vacation care.
Essential requirements for this position are:
NSW Working with Children Check
Diploma in Early Childhood Education or School Aged Care
Strong leadership and conflict resolution skills;
Proven success in service compliance and leading the program and practice
A current first-aid certificate, asthma and anaphylaxis training and child protection training or willingness to undertake training in this area
The ability to interact well with children and build positive relationships with families.
Ability to work and contribute to a team
Passion for furthering your own professional development with Gowrie NSW
The ability to act as Nominated Supervisor
If you can demonstrate that you can meet the above criteria we look forward to hearing from you. Please click on the "Apply Now" button below!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are encouraged to apply.Apply For Job