Early Childhood Educator - Erskineville, NSW - The Sector

Early Childhood Educator – Erskineville, NSW

June 24, 2022

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New South Wales

Company: Gowrie NSW
Position: ECT
Work Type: Full-Time
Location: Erskineville, NSW
Qualifications: Certificate III or Diploma Qualification in Children’s Services





The Benefits for You: 

We are committed to our employee experience and are proud to have consistently achieved above industry Employee Engagement results. Specifically on offer to you in this role is: 

  • Competitive guaranteed above award rates + paid breaks + monthly RDO’s
  • Generous childcare discounts + paid parental leave and additional leave provisions
  • Free professional development with access to the Gowrie NSW Education Hub, plus 10 days of study leave/ financial support
  • Earn while you learn for those wanting to undertake a Diploma traineeship, as well as ECT scholarship opportunities
  • We prioritise your wellbeing and provide unlimited access to our Employee Assistance Program
  • We celebrate your success with our monthly and annual R&R program + generous retention bonuses and Employee Referral Program


About Gowrie NSW 

Gowrie NSW is part of a national consortium with a rich history of educating and caring for children since 1940. We are always looking for enthusiastic and passionate people to join our team to nurture children from birth to 6 years.

We pride ourselves on valuing our employees and recognising hard work – we provide progression, training, and support throughout your career with us.

Erskineville Early Education and Care is Gowrie NSW’s flagship centre, and has a rich history spanning 80 years. In our fully restored, historic building in Erskineville, families are connected by a deep sense of community.


Your Contribution: 

As an Early Childhood Educator located at Erskineville NSW 2043, you will work closely with the wider team to create a warm and inclusive educational environment for children. Some of your activities will include: 

  • Collaborating closely with your colleagues to develop and deliver a quality, play based curriculum
  • Advocating for children’s rights and cultivating an environment where their voices are heard
  • Complying with all regulatory requirements and following policies and procedures in line with child protection guidelines
  • Conducting a clear cycle of reflective practice and considering children’s skills and interests in decision making
  • Developing strong relationships with families and caregivers and participating in community events
  • Permanent Full Time Role, working Monday to Friday


About you: 

We are excited to welcome a dedicated professional who is committed to growing with us. You will have: 

  • Certificate III or Diploma Qualification in Children’s Services
  • Current compliance certificates (e.g. WWCC etc.)
  • Two doses of approved COVID-19 vaccination, with the willingness to comply with additional health requirements (including booster shots)
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