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OSHC Coordinator

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Location

Williamstown VIC, Australia

Contract

Full Time

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Childcare Jobs - OSHC Coordinators/Educators, Full Time - Williamstown VIC, Australia

Description and Requirements

Hey YOU! (yes you, the OSHC Coordinator with a creative thinking cap that doesn't get enough use in your current role). 

Are you looking for an OSHC leadership role with genuinely supportive management who will listen to your ideas (you've got plenty to share!), problem solve with you, and trust you to build a thriving service?

This is a an opportunity you'll be ready to jump at by the time you've finished reading! 

The first and longest-standing OSHClub based in Williamstown North is looking for a passionate Coordinator (or Lead Coordinator) to flex their planning, communication and people skills in a dynamic team. This is a permanent part-time opportunity for 32.25 hours per week guaranteed (the perfect balance!)

There is some room for negotiation with hours (let us know what will work for you!), however they are currently set at: Monday – Friday, 7:00AM - 9:00AM (Rise then Shine program) and 03:00PM – 6:15 PM (Stay and Play Program) 2.5 service set up hours + 3 additional admin hours. If block shifts are what you're after then let's chat about how we can make that work! You can pick up extra hours during the school holidays too - 7:00AM - 6:15PM

As if the deal wasn't already sweet enough, there is also a $500 commencement bonus at the completion of first month plus another $500 loyalty bonus at 12 months + split shift allowance + uniform allowance + other benefits + super, just so you know how happy we are to have you join the team! 

 

About the role 

Depending on your skills and experience, this role could be a Coordinator with the view to step up once you get settled, or if you're an OSHC whizz with plenty of experience and a go-getting attitude, you might be ready to jump straight into a Lead Coordinator role. 

 

Assist in leading a team of Educators, you will manage a service at a primary school in the hours before and after school for children aged 5-12 years. You'll have the support of a state specific office, plus regional managers who regularly visit and mentor you at your service. 

Love variety? Your role will be a satisfying balance of:

  • Program Implementation: 
    • Developing and implementing an engaging/age-appropriate program for the children attending the service.  
    • Planning and organizing daily/weekly schedules, ensuring a balance of enjoyable, educational and creative activities. 
  • Team/Staff Management:

    • Train and Supervise a team of educators that ensure adherence to the relevant policies and procedures.
    • Foster a positive and collaborative work culture that promotes teamwork, innovation and continuous improvement.
  • Stakeholder Engagement:

    • Establish and maintain effective communication with parents and guardians, providing updates on programs, activities, and children’s progress.
  • Compliance and Administration:

    • Ensure Compliance with relevant legislation, regulations and industry standards, including National Quality Framework requirements. 
    • Maintain accurate records and documentation related to child attendance, enrolments, incident reports and staff qualifications.

 

About us 

 

Partnering with parents and school communities, our goal is to build brighter futures by supporting children’s development through play in fun, engaging environments. We live and breathe our company values every day by being considerate, passionate, and courageous, and making a difference (and hope that you do too!)

 

About the school 

 

Based in Williamstown North, we have a longstanding and trusting relationship with the school and with parents who genuinely care about the success of the service. You'll get to make use of large indoor and outdoor spaces, with your own office and shared storage. Love a little collaboration? There are neighboring services for you to team up with, and work across to keep things interesting! 

Who are we looking for? Could it be you? 

 

  • You're a natural leader, with plenty of initiative to share

  • Communication comes easily to you - whether it's with parents, school staff or your supportive colleagues

  • You have a Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, School-Aged Care, Social Work or any other related field as per ACECQA's guidelines (head to their website or reach out to us to find out more)

  • Previous experience working in a leadership or coordination role within the Education Sector.
  • Strong understanding of child development principles and best practice. 
  • Current WWCC, First Aid/CPR and police check certification (or willingness to obtain)

A base level knowledge of inclusion and diversity would be great, though this is something we can also train you up in!

 

What's in it for you? 

  • If you're ready to jump in as a Lead Coordinator, we could look at a block-shift model, meaning there is less pressure to make morning shifts (yay!)
  • Discounted Health Insurance – get a discount off your premium with Bupa
  • Discounted Fitness and Wellbeing – discounted gym membership at over 400 Gyms/Studios, up to 50% off fitness & wellbeing benefits through Wherefit
  • Lucrative Employee Referral Program – earn up to $750 for an employee referral via Care Friends
  • Employee assistance program for your wellbeing.

PLUS: 

  • Discounts for your children to attend our services.
  • 1000's of discounts on travel, shopping, dining, and entertainment.
  • Awards and recognition for performance and service.
  • We pay for your first aid qualifications and police checks and pay you to train.

 

How to apply?

 

If you share our values, want to have fun at work every day, and want a career that works for you, we'd love to hear from you. Apply now or reach out to our team with any questions: [email protected]

 

At Junior Adventures Group, safeguarding children is our top priority. As part of our recruitment process, we conduct thorough background checks, reference checks and appropriate screening on all potential employees to ensure that they share our commitment to safeguarding and have not been involved in any activities that could put children at risk.  

 

We welcome all individuals from diverse backgrounds, genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities and cultures, including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, to apply for any open positions within Junior Adventures Group. 

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