Educational Leader

(Permanent Part-time (48 hours))

Anglicare NSW South, NSW West and ACT

Anglicare Early Childhood Services are leading providers of high-quality education and care, by providing authentic, inclusive programs for children and families, particularly to those most in need within our community.

Anglicare are seeking an experienced Educational Leader to join our team at Goulburn Family Day Care.

As an Educational Leader it is essential that you are a critically reflective educator, willing to inspire and mentor a wonderful team of educators who provide excellent learning programs for children in their homes. You will need to communicate openly and honestly, be willing to listen and support the educators and inspire them with current pedagogical theories and philosophies. Experience working in Family Day Care will be highly regarded.

A commitment to connecting with people, building positive relationships and being willing to try new things is a must. You will also align with our values of integrity, compassion, dignity and inclusion and ensure you work with these values every day.

You will be willing to learn and network with other leaders across Anglicare and the local community and have embedded respect for cultural diversity, in particular a commitment to reconciliation.

The role is part-time, a minimum of 48 hours per fortnight with a view to increasing the hours as the Family Day Care service grows. Initially, the expectation is that the Educational Leader will work flexibly Tues to Thurs.

A minimum Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care is mandatory, and a degree in Early Childhood Education desirable. A current Driver's Licence is required. (Anglicare provides a car on-site to support travel between the coordination unit, playgroup venues and educator homes).

The salary range for this position is $ 60,000 to $ 63,000 per annum, [pro rata] plus 9.5% employer superannuation guarantee. Generous salary packaging benefits are available under Anglicare's PBI status. Anglicare also offers other benefits including paid parental leave.

Applicants will be required to undertake the psychometric profiling instrument and must obtain a Working with Children clearance through the Office of the Children's Guardian (NSW) and undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to an offer of employment.

For all enquiries, please contact Rose Young on 0447 383 858 (during business hours).

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are welcome to contact Karen Kime (General Manager Cultural Safety) on 0428 534 725 (during business hours) for assistance in applying for this position.

Applications close: 28 Oct 2020