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    • glenroy, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, attractive package
    • full-time
    The centreMy client, a purpose built child care service which caters for up to 75 children per day located in Glenroy is seeking a Children Services Director to oversee the daily operations of the service. They operate between 7:00am and 6:00 pm and cater for children infants -5 years old. They are located in Glenroy with an onsite car park or alternatively close to public transport links . This service is a part of a larger company that is privately owned. This service embraces a play based philosophy ; inspired by Reggio Emilia within their practice and teachings. They have a holistic curriculum designed to support school readiness while nurturing each child's needs. They are currently rated '' meeting NQS ''. The center has wonderful outdoor play spaces with an abundance of natural resources. They have a long standing team of educators who have an open door policy ensure they support all of there families within the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma or Bachelor in Early years Education and have experience as either a Director or Assistant director within an Early Childhood setting. You will be supported by an area manager, administration team, educational leader and 21C. We are looking for a candidate who has a thorough understanding of children's services regulations, compliance and strong leadership skills to lead a team to ensure the centre is running to a high standard. You will be responsible to:Manage the day to day operations of the service Ensure the centre is compliant with regulations and child:staff ratios are met.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceEmbrace the services teaching Philosophy and mentor educators. Adhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staff.Assist and manage the administration team in their duty's - phone inquiries, centre tours, ensure parent payments are up to date.Report to the area manager.Liaise with external stakeholders such as government bodys to gain funding.Manage Recruitment of the education team in collaboration with the operations manager Build positive relationships with the families and be the face of the service.Lead team meetings Benefits of the role:Excellent Salary package and bonusProfessional development Supportive management team and lovely team environmentEstablished team Career progression opportunity About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
    The centreMy client, a purpose built child care service which caters for up to 75 children per day located in Glenroy is seeking a Children Services Director to oversee the daily operations of the service. They operate between 7:00am and 6:00 pm and cater for children infants -5 years old. They are located in Glenroy with an onsite car park or alternatively close to public transport links . This service is a part of a larger company that is privately owned. This service embraces a play based philosophy ; inspired by Reggio Emilia within their practice and teachings. They have a holistic curriculum designed to support school readiness while nurturing each child's needs. They are currently rated '' meeting NQS ''. The center has wonderful outdoor play spaces with an abundance of natural resources. They have a long standing team of educators who have an open door policy ensure they support all of there families within the center. The RoleYou will hold a Diploma or Bachelor in Early years Education and have experience as either a Director or Assistant director within an Early Childhood setting. You will be supported by an area manager, administration team, educational leader and 21C. We are looking for a candidate who has a thorough understanding of children's services regulations, compliance and strong leadership skills to lead a team to ensure the centre is running to a high standard. You will be responsible to:Manage the day to day operations of the service Ensure the centre is compliant with regulations and child:staff ratios are met.Motivate and lead a team of educators to achieve high-quality care for all children within the serviceEmbrace the services teaching Philosophy and mentor educators. Adhere to NQS as well as company policies and procedures to achieve a rating or meeting or exceeding in A&RDevelop respectful relationships with children, families and staff.Assist and manage the administration team in their duty's - phone inquiries, centre tours, ensure parent payments are up to date.Report to the area manager.Liaise with external stakeholders such as government bodys to gain funding.Manage Recruitment of the education team in collaboration with the operations manager Build positive relationships with the families and be the face of the service.Lead team meetings Benefits of the role:Excellent Salary package and bonusProfessional development Supportive management team and lovely team environmentEstablished team Career progression opportunity About youTo be eligible for this position you must have:A Diploma of Children Services or ACECQA assessed equivalent.A current Working with Children CheckExtensive knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)Great communication, leadership and management skills.To apply for this role please send your resume and cover letter to Melanie.mckeown@randstad.com.au or call 8630 7400 for a confidential discussion
    • reservoir, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$56,513 - AU$56,513, per year, Including superannuation
    • full-time
    Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: ReservoirOpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
    Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: ReservoirOpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$35.00 - AU$38.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Core skills/attributes will include:Diploma:Familiar and competent with documentation procedures, such as writing observations and reflectionsStrong communication skills with families and colleaguesUnderstanding of the EYLFPositive attitudes toward inclusive educationPositive interpersonal skills and can work collaboratively with teamsA willingness to participate in professional development opportunitiesCert 3Attentive interactions with children and a focus on learning through playWillingness to participate in professional developmentSome experience with documentation, but open to receiving more training around this areaPositive attitudes toward inclusive educationPositive interpersonal skills and can work collaboratively with teams What we have to offer to the right candidates:Ongoing professional development opportunities across a range of topicsExperience and coaching support to gain a deeper understanding of how to support children with autismPositive and respectful workplace culture, with a focus on gratitude practiceOpportunities to join project groups to develop plans and centre practices around a range of topics of interest, e.g. sustainability practice, RAP, Gratitude projectPeer to peer mentoring programs
    Core skills/attributes will include:Diploma:Familiar and competent with documentation procedures, such as writing observations and reflectionsStrong communication skills with families and colleaguesUnderstanding of the EYLFPositive attitudes toward inclusive educationPositive interpersonal skills and can work collaboratively with teamsA willingness to participate in professional development opportunitiesCert 3Attentive interactions with children and a focus on learning through playWillingness to participate in professional developmentSome experience with documentation, but open to receiving more training around this areaPositive attitudes toward inclusive educationPositive interpersonal skills and can work collaboratively with teams What we have to offer to the right candidates:Ongoing professional development opportunities across a range of topicsExperience and coaching support to gain a deeper understanding of how to support children with autismPositive and respectful workplace culture, with a focus on gratitude practiceOpportunities to join project groups to develop plans and centre practices around a range of topics of interest, e.g. sustainability practice, RAP, Gratitude projectPeer to peer mentoring programs
    • preston, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$83,000 - AU$89,000, per year, incl Super + $13,000 car allowance
    • full-time
    As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Contributing benefits:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and/or 12 month maternity contract You will have:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education/ Primary Teaching with VIT registration and early intervention experience High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    As an Early Childhood Early Intervention Coordinator you will work in partnership with parents/families and other key caregivers to provide young children from age of 0-7 years, who have a disability and/or developmental delay, with experiences and opportunities. This is a collaborative role where you will work within a “Family centred and Strength based” model, providing support and advice, networking with other service providers and assisting with NDIS provision if required. Contributing benefits:Competitive Salary with the option to Salary Package, increasing your take home payGenerous Car AllowanceCareer progression opportunitiesDedicated training to ensure your every success in the role Inclusive and supportive multidisciplinary teamPermanent and/or 12 month maternity contract You will have:Relevant degree qualifications in Early Childhood Education/ Primary Teaching with VIT registration and early intervention experience High level administrative and reporting skills Industry experience in working either with children and families or disabilityValues, passion and motivators to play a key role in contributing to making a positive difference To be successful in this role you will need to have/be willing to obtain:NDIS Worker Screening ClearanceNational Police ClearanceMaintained VIT registration Apply today for a confidential discussion with myself (Amy McConnell) about this opportunity and to take the next step towards a career you can be truly passionate about! At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • preston, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Are you a 2IC or Centre director who has the skills to manage, grow and make a real difference in a 100 place centre? Do you want to work for a company that offers an impressive bonus structure and growth opportunities? Read on to be a part of an organisation that is striving to be the best in Early Childhood.The companyA provider with more than 450 quality Early Childhood Centres across Australia that play an important role in their communities. Their hard work and dedication is to achieve their goals of being the first choice in the early childhood sector by following and believing in their vision and values of passion, initiation, dedication, compassion, integrityThe rolePermanent Full Time Director role. Managing a well established child care centre in Preston, Victoria. Your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with team and stakeholders Mentor and support the team and any centre development areasWork with the company to Review and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceDiploma in children services or Bachelor degree 2years + Service manager experiance or 2 years + 2IC experience Business management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorBeing able to cater learning/ teaching styles. Your benefits will include: Children Services award + Excellent Bonus StructureSupportive Area Manager and Assistant Director Hop, skip and a jump away from Northland Shopping Precinct.95% discount on childcare fees. Become a part of a large company that encourages growth within your career. This is an exciting permanent full-time position autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Chloe on 03 8630 7400 or email me on Chloe.edridge@randstad.com.au for more information.
    Are you a 2IC or Centre director who has the skills to manage, grow and make a real difference in a 100 place centre? Do you want to work for a company that offers an impressive bonus structure and growth opportunities? Read on to be a part of an organisation that is striving to be the best in Early Childhood.The companyA provider with more than 450 quality Early Childhood Centres across Australia that play an important role in their communities. Their hard work and dedication is to achieve their goals of being the first choice in the early childhood sector by following and believing in their vision and values of passion, initiation, dedication, compassion, integrityThe rolePermanent Full Time Director role. Managing a well established child care centre in Preston, Victoria. Your responsibilities will include:Build strong relationships with team and stakeholders Mentor and support the team and any centre development areasWork with the company to Review and monitor all staff around the NQF and EYLFManage all HR related queries including recruitment, training, annual reviews etcResponsible for the overall performance of each serviceTravel to each centre regularly or as neededYour skills and experienceDiploma in children services or Bachelor degree 2years + Service manager experiance or 2 years + 2IC experience Business management experienceDemonstrated ability in performance management of a serviceStrong background working across the early years education sectorBeing able to cater learning/ teaching styles. Your benefits will include: Children Services award + Excellent Bonus StructureSupportive Area Manager and Assistant Director Hop, skip and a jump away from Northland Shopping Precinct.95% discount on childcare fees. Become a part of a large company that encourages growth within your career. This is an exciting permanent full-time position autonomously to achieve best results for all your services. Click to apply now, call Chloe on 03 8630 7400 or email me on Chloe.edridge@randstad.com.au for more information.
    • hawthorn, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$75,000, per year, RDO monthly
    • full-time
    ​Randstad Education is seeking a Diploma​ Educator ​for a permanent full-time position in ​the Hawthorn area, ​work with toddlers or pre kindergarten groups of children.About the organisationThe position available is wit​h a not for profit parent run ELC ,​ which provides education and care for children from ​6 ​weeks of age to 6 years old children who embrace ​a play based philosophy.They have a newly upgraded outdoor area for the children to explore and allow for indoor/outdoor play. ​​This small 3 room center is ''exceeding'' rated and has an excellent reputation within the community.About ​the position ​​This role is for a Diploma co - educator or Certificate 3 educator to support the lead educator in either the toddler or pre kinder room. You will be working full time on a rotating roster​ with a monthly RDO. Within this role you will be responsible for supervising and interacting with the children, set up program plans, contribute to program planning and have program planning time to assist the lead educator in providing high quality programs, communicate with families about children's days, ensure children's needs are met and be an involved team member. Qualifications/RequirementsHold or working towards an ACECQA approved Cert III or Diploma qualificationCurrent Working with Children's CheckCurrent Anaphylaxis, Asthma, CPR and First Aid Certificates or willingness to obtain oneCurrent Child Protection Training or willingness to obtain oneMust have experience as an Educator or Room Leader About your new positionAs the ​Diploma Educator​ ​this​ will include the following responsibilities:Achieve the best learning outcomes for childrenDevelop and deliver a curriculum which is founded on the centre's philosophy as well as the principles, practices and outcomes of the EYLF, whilst following childcare regulations and National Quality StandardsCreate positive learning environments encouraging play-based learningBuild professional, respectful and open communication with children, families and educatorsObserve and record children's growth, development and achievements using a variety of methodsEnsure the learning environment is clean, hygienic, safe and engagingActively contribute to the centre's QIPCoordinate informative daily updates to families via our interactive appTake pride in our amazing centre's presentationEnjoy working with a fun and happy teamBenefitsVery generous salary package​ - 10% above award​​5​ weeks paid leave​generous planning time for the room each week​​12 children in the toddler room - 4 educators or 15 children in pre kinder and 3 educators​If you are looking for the next step in your career please call Vanessa or Melanie at Randstad Education on 8630 7400 or simply click apply now.
    ​Randstad Education is seeking a Diploma​ Educator ​for a permanent full-time position in ​the Hawthorn area, ​work with toddlers or pre kindergarten groups of children.About the organisationThe position available is wit​h a not for profit parent run ELC ,​ which provides education and care for children from ​6 ​weeks of age to 6 years old children who embrace ​a play based philosophy.They have a newly upgraded outdoor area for the children to explore and allow for indoor/outdoor play. ​​This small 3 room center is ''exceeding'' rated and has an excellent reputation within the community.About ​the position ​​This role is for a Diploma co - educator or Certificate 3 educator to support the lead educator in either the toddler or pre kinder room. You will be working full time on a rotating roster​ with a monthly RDO. Within this role you will be responsible for supervising and interacting with the children, set up program plans, contribute to program planning and have program planning time to assist the lead educator in providing high quality programs, communicate with families about children's days, ensure children's needs are met and be an involved team member. Qualifications/RequirementsHold or working towards an ACECQA approved Cert III or Diploma qualificationCurrent Working with Children's CheckCurrent Anaphylaxis, Asthma, CPR and First Aid Certificates or willingness to obtain oneCurrent Child Protection Training or willingness to obtain oneMust have experience as an Educator or Room Leader About your new positionAs the ​Diploma Educator​ ​this​ will include the following responsibilities:Achieve the best learning outcomes for childrenDevelop and deliver a curriculum which is founded on the centre's philosophy as well as the principles, practices and outcomes of the EYLF, whilst following childcare regulations and National Quality StandardsCreate positive learning environments encouraging play-based learningBuild professional, respectful and open communication with children, families and educatorsObserve and record children's growth, development and achievements using a variety of methodsEnsure the learning environment is clean, hygienic, safe and engagingActively contribute to the centre's QIPCoordinate informative daily updates to families via our interactive appTake pride in our amazing centre's presentationEnjoy working with a fun and happy teamBenefitsVery generous salary package​ - 10% above award​​5​ weeks paid leave​generous planning time for the room each week​​12 children in the toddler room - 4 educators or 15 children in pre kinder and 3 educators​If you are looking for the next step in your career please call Vanessa or Melanie at Randstad Education on 8630 7400 or simply click apply now.
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • AU$56,513 - AU$56,513, per year, Including superannuation
    • full-time
    Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: Eynesbury OpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
    Randstad Education is excited to welcome expressions of interest for the following traineeship:Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care - multiple full time positions available in Melbourne Suburb: Eynesbury OpportunityObtain your Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at no cost to youEarn and learn while working across multiple childcare centresCombination of on-the-job experience, written assessments and workplace observationsYou will generally be working 7.5 hour shifts daily, however you will need to be flexible and available to work anywhere between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm, Monday to FridayA full time, 12 month contract is on offer: 38 hour work week salary of $56,513 incl superannuation BenefitsGain new skills and a Nationally Recognised Certificate III Qualification upon completion of your traineeshipShare in Randstad’s amazing benefits program - discounts on retail, fuel, school supplies, entertainment and more!Full time employment contract for 12 months: guarantee of 38 hours per week pay, including paid personal leave, annual leave, etc.Be partnered with a coach and mentor to support you throughout your year of studyOnce you have completed your Certificate III your salary will increase and you can continue working for Randstad Education as a casual educator or we’ll help you find a job at a childcare centre you likeAbout YouAustralian Citizen or Permanent ResidentEnergetic and passionate about working with children in the 0-6 age groupExcited to work in a collaborative team environmentConfident verbal, written and computer literacy skillsUp to date with all immunisations, including triple dose of COVID-19 vaccination, Whooping Cough and MMR (or willingness to obtain)Ready to start in May or June and available full time (38 hours every week for 12 months from the start date)No previous qualifications are required - suitable for school leavers, recent graduates, return-to-work applicants, career-changers, etc. A successful applicant must be willing to:Obtain a state-based paid Working With Children Check Study towards and complete the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Commit to full time work between 8:00am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday and on the job trainingCommit to flexibility and maximum 45 minutes travel time to each shiftHave own transport available Monday-Friday and pay for travel costs to shifts Whilst working with us you will be trained and mentored by our supportive and experienced team members, to gain all the necessary skills needed to complete your studies for a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care. If you believe you have the dedication and enthusiasm to join our amazing team of educators and work towards achieving your qualification, we would love to help you get your career in early childhood started!Apply now with your resume and cover letter!Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is there any cost to me?A: No, the qualification is completely free, paid for by Randstad EducationQ: How many hours work will I do?A: You will work 38 hours a week, as this is a full time roleQ: Will I always work at the same centre?A: No, you will work at different centres within a 45 min​​ute drive from your house. Randstad will always aim to find shifts as close to your home as possible. Q: How will I be paid?A: Randstad will pay monthly into your nominated bank accountQ: I am only available for part time work, can I still participate?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time to be eligible for this traineeshipQ: I am available for 6 months, is that enough?A: Unfortunately you have to be available full time for 12 months from the start of the traineeshipQ: When will this start?A: We are aiming to start with the first group of educators in May or June
    • melbourne, victoria
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Are you interested in a change of scenery, a new challenge and/or your dream role? Randstad Education is currently working on numerous Early Childhood Teacher (ECT) roles in New South Wales in multiple locations and is looking for qualified ECTs all across Australia who may be interested. The services we work with offer many benefits including: Space to be creative and inspire othersAbove award wages ($$)Support from dedicated and talented senior professionals - who can provide coaching and mentorship to support your career developmentChildcare discounts up to 30%Professional uniform allowanceAccess to health and wellness programsAccess to an employee benefits programFlexible age groupRostered days off (RDOs)Great opportunities to level up in your career!Sponsorship opportunities are also availableWe are currently working on ECT roles in locations such as: MosmanMenaiArtarmonBondiBrighton-le-SandsCampbelltownBexleyRozelleLilyfieldZetlandDouble Bay Penrith AuburnMaroubraAll of these positions are located in New South Wales and we are happy to work with you on any of these positions and organise interviews before you relocate. If you are interested, apply via the link below and we will contact you to discuss everything further OR email your CV to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au to apply and find out more.
    Are you interested in a change of scenery, a new challenge and/or your dream role? Randstad Education is currently working on numerous Early Childhood Teacher (ECT) roles in New South Wales in multiple locations and is looking for qualified ECTs all across Australia who may be interested. The services we work with offer many benefits including: Space to be creative and inspire othersAbove award wages ($$)Support from dedicated and talented senior professionals - who can provide coaching and mentorship to support your career developmentChildcare discounts up to 30%Professional uniform allowanceAccess to health and wellness programsAccess to an employee benefits programFlexible age groupRostered days off (RDOs)Great opportunities to level up in your career!Sponsorship opportunities are also availableWe are currently working on ECT roles in locations such as: MosmanMenaiArtarmonBondiBrighton-le-SandsCampbelltownBexleyRozelleLilyfieldZetlandDouble Bay Penrith AuburnMaroubraAll of these positions are located in New South Wales and we are happy to work with you on any of these positions and organise interviews before you relocate. If you are interested, apply via the link below and we will contact you to discuss everything further OR email your CV to roslyn.huynh@randstad.com.au to apply and find out more.

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