Early Years Co-Educator

Early Years Co-Educator

Multiple roles with one permanent full-time and multiple fixed term

Seymour College’s Early Years provides young children a learning environment which offers depth and rigour of learning through play. Each child’s developmental strengths and needs are catered for within our dynamic and engaging learning environment which promotes a love of learning and responsive relationships. 

  • About the Role:

    Seymour College is currently seeking applications from an enthusiastic and caring Early Childhood Educators for the positions of Co-educator in the College’s Early Years Centre, to commence immediately. The successful candidate will:

    • Contribute to the development and implementation of the Early Years Programme and ongoing Quality Improvement Plans
    • Supervise, support and observe children
    • Set up and support the delivery of activities and learning groups in stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environments
    • Prepare learning materials and teaching aids
    • Foster a supportive and respective learning environment
  • Essential Knowledge and Experience

    • Relevant Diploma qualification (as determined by ACECQA – see website for approved qualifications)
    • Current Working With Children Check
    • Current First Aid Qualification – meeting requirements for First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training and CPR
    • Current certificate for training in Responding to Abuse and Neglect - Education and Care
    • Food Safe Handling Qualification
    • Ability to provide evidence of Full Immunisation in line with the National Childhood Immunisation Register
    • A commitment to the provision of a quality early childhood program
    • Demonstrated ability to establish sound working relationships with staff, children and parents
    • Demonstrated experience in working collaboratively with team members
    • Demonstrated ability to contribute to a continuous quality improvement planning process

    Seymour College provides staff with a supportive and dynamic working environment, opportunities for professional development and the capacity to make a valuable and meaningful contribution to the operation of the College.

    If this sounds like you, then please submit your resume and cover letter to the  People & Culture Team via the Apply link on the SEEK advert. The College reserves the right to commence interviewing prior to the closing date. 

    Applications for this position close Friday 3 June 2022.