Sydney Catholic Early Childhood Services (SCECS) is a not-for-profit service catering for children and families from our Catholic parishes.

We would like to invite expressions of interest from talented individuals for our OSHC services across several locations in Sydney.

 To be considered for this role, you will:

  • Hold qualifications in Child Education and Care – completed or be on your way to completing a Cert III, Diploma in Children’s Services or Bachelor of Education or equivalent
  • Hold a current First Aid, CPR, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management (HTAID004) certificate, or be willing to obtain
  • Hold a NSW Working with Children Clearance, or be willing to obtain one
  • Have previous experience working with children
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Consent to undertaking responsible person role for the service
  • Hold certificate of training in child protection, e.g. ‘Identify and Respond to children and young people’ certificate or ‘Supporting the rights and safety of children and young people’ certificate, or be willing to obtain
  • Be flexible and consistently available across morning (6.30am-8.30am) and afternoon (2pm-6pm) shifts, Monday to Friday
  • Be over the age of 18 years
  • Hold a current driver’s licence or access to reliable transport

Some of the role responsibilities include:

  • Fulfill the responsibilities as the nominated supervisor for the service and role model policies and core values to staff, children, parents and the school community
  • Under the guidance and support of the SCECS management team, provide a safe OSHC service for staff and children in an all-inclusive professional team environment
  • Maintain children attendance and casual bookings schedules to ensure child safety and supervision
  • Supervise other Educators, ensuring they understand and perform in-service responsibilities
  • Design and implement engaging educational programs with observations and reflection journals
  • Create opportunities to share children’s participation and engagement in programs with families
  • Maintain strong relationships with families and the school community
  • Ensure high quality, stimulating, safe and clean environments are maintained at all times
  • Oversee all procedural, educational programming, regulatory, policy, staffing and operational issues

If you are a natural leader, highly organised and have a passion for providing quality education and care to school aged children then join our talent pool TODAY!

Take your career to the next level and join our growing organisation. To apply, send your resume to hr.recruitment@syd.catholic.edu.au

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