OSHC Assistant Educator – Mawson, Throsby & St Michael’s

OSHC Assistant Educator – Mawson, Throsby & St Michael’s

Do you think about the impact you’d like to have in your career?

Would you consider a career that lets you leave a lasting impression in the lives of children and their families?

Get involved in a school aged care program at Throsby, Mawson and St Michaels Primary School.

  • Casual positions available now
  • Welcoming environment for those passionate about working with children
  • Great work-life Balance and free parking

About the role:

We are seeking vibrant and motivated Educators to work in our Out of School Hours Care program at Throsby, Mawson and St Michael’s Primary School.

If you love working with children and have a passion to educate and support their choices, please read on! Our OSHC Educators are responsible for developing close partnerships with children, families, their team and the community to extend the children’s learning and provide a safe environment for play and socialising.

  • Hourly rate from $28.89 (including casual loading), plus superannuation
  • Staff health and wellbeing program
  • Free parking

Educator requirements:

  • ACT Working with Vulnerable People card (or willingness to obtain)
  • National Police Check
  • Available to work 7am – 9am and/or 3pm – 6pm or the School Holiday Program from 8.00am – 6.00pm
  • Passionate about developing happy, capable and confident children through an engaging program
  • Thrive in a team environment

The Benefits             

  • Health and Well-being – We recognise the importance of holistic health through our Employee Mental Health and Well-being Program. Flu vaccinations, mental health literacy and an employee assistance program are just a few of the health benefits you’ll enjoy as a member of our team
  • Free car parking at Head Office and all Centres
  • Our safety culture unpins all that we do. We are proactive, responsive and agile in ensuring systems which protect our people and the community
  • Supporting your career mission is as important to us as it is you, we have development and performance catch ups with our people to understand their aspirations and how we can best support them.

About Community Services 1

  • Community Services #1 (CS#1) is a profit for purpose organisation, in the ACT and surrounding NSW regions. Our 200+ employees and volunteers make a difference in the daily lives of the people and families we support through our services designed to meet community needs.
  • We are always on the lookout for talented, passionate and vibrant people who share our vision. We love people who thrive on giving back, who are solution focused, collaborative and truly believe that together we are better.
  • At the heart of every great change, are great humans who work together doing incredible things to deliver on our shared values of a better community.
  • Come and join us, bring your ideas and determination to make a difference and together we can create positive long-lasting change.

If this sounds like you, apply now! Indicate your interest by emailing your resume and cover letter to cs1recruitment@communityservices1.org. We will be shortlisting and interviewing soon.

For more information, please call Jolly (People and Culture) on 02 6126 4717.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

At Community Services #1 we recognise that our people are multi-dimensional. We take a human approach to create a work environment where all people feel like they can bring their authentic selves to work, every day.

We believe that equality drives innovation. Our commitment to accelerating equality starts at the top with our board and CEO and extends across every part of the organisation. This comes to life when our people own the equality agenda, making it part of their jobs – every decision, every day – and feel free to speak up and to act.

We do not tolerate discrimination because of differences, such as age, ability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, or sexual orientation. 

Community Services #1 acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander people as traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, work, live and play. We honour their continuous connection to country, water, sky, and communities.  We celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander stories, traditions and living cultures and pay our respects to elders past and present.

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