Certificate III and Diploma educators
At Northside, we feel strongly about advocating for the importance of all children’s right to high-quality education from birth, and actively work within the local and national community to improve understanding and knowledge of issues affecting children and Early Childhood.
As a community-based not-for-profit organisation, and with two of our Centres rated Exceeding the National Quality Standard, we know that the best outcomes for children can only be achieved by working with the best educators. We’re looking for Certificate III and Diploma trained educators who are committed to ethical and professional approaches to early childhood education.
About the role
We are looking for a Certificate III or Diploma-qualified educators on a full time permanent basis. We are committed to providing high quality educational programs that support positive outcomes for all children. We’re looking for educators who are too.
Skills and experience
We’re looking for educators who are:
- Believe children are confident and capable learners
- Ready to be challenged on their approach to early childhood education
- Wanting to advance their profession career in education, and
- Believe in the importance and amazing potential of the work we do with young children and their families.
- Holds a Certificate III or Diploma in Children’s Services
- Is an Australian permanent resident
All candidates must hold a current Working with Vulnerable People registration.
Job benefits and perks
What we can offer you:
- Professional learning and development such as workshops and seminars on a wide range of professional early childhood education topics,
- Professional pathways in a growing and innovative early childhood organisation
- Generous salary packaging incentives
View our Professional Development calendar here: northside.asn.au/training
Northside Community Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and inclusion and actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, people from CALD and LGBTIQ communities.