We are looking for dedicated and passionate educators to take up the exciting casual role of Qualified Out of School Care Educator at Albany PCYC
Be part of changing the lives of WA youths
Education, Child Care & Training
The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (Inc.) (WA PCYC) is looking for a dedicated and passionate professional to take up the exciting casual role of Qualified Out of School Care Educator at Albany PCYC.
Who We Are:
WA PCYC is an incredible organisation that changes the lives of underprivileged children and young people at risk in Western Australia.
We currently operate in 16 locations, with 10 regional and six metropolitan centres and numerous, Blue Light Youth Activities and Police Ranger Units across the state. Our organisation is unique through its partnership with the WA Police, and mission simple – to help all children and young people achieve their potential.
Albany PCYC are seeking QualifiedOut of School Care Educators who are qualified or currently enrolled within an Out of School Care course to work on a casual basis at the Out of School Care Centre. The role of this position is to assist and lead in the provision of a high quality Out of School Hours Care Program. This position includes routine review and implementation of quality and relevant programs for school aged children. In this role you will be required to work afternoon shifts on a relief capacity as well as full days during vacation care.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Actively supervising school aged children
Ensuring all equipment is used in a correct and safe manner
Preparing food following safe infection control principles
Assisting set-up/pull-down of equipment for activities
Participate in the planning and preparation of interesting, educational and fun activities for children and report feedback to supervisor
Skills and Experience:
Must hold a Certificate IV in Out of School Hours Care or equivalent qualification in related field
Experience in supervising within a childcare environment.
Current Child Care First Aid Certificate
Extensive knowledge of childcare industry and legislative requirements.
Experience supervising recreational activities, ensuring compliance with OHS regulations
Hold (or willing to obtain) a current National Police Clearance and Working With Children Check
Hold (or willing to obtain) a certificate qualification of handling food for children services
Industry Award Rate
Gain experience and skills within the industry
Be part of changing the lives of WA youths
Professional development opportunities
Flexible working arrangements
Flexible leave arrangements
How to Apply:
The Federation of WA PCYC promotes a diverse and inclusive culture across the organisation. We welcome and strongly encourage applicants from diverse community groups, cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, disabilities or ages to apply. (Under section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984).
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For further information please contact the People and Safety team at email@example.com or (08) 9277 4388
Applications Close COB 1 December 2020
We are not accepting agency applications at this time.
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