From little things, big things grow.At Woodroffe Child Care Centre, we know that the first five years of a child's life is very important and crucial for positive life long learning. We're a community-based child care centre and we make it our mission to provide a stimulating, supportive and loving environment for the children in our care, to set them up with a framework to continue learning through childhood and beyond. And we're looking to for that special person who will lead from the front.You are an experienced Director or Assistant Director of Child Care . You're caring, empathetic and patient. You're also a natural leader (though it comes with the territory!). And you're committed to building relationships within your team rather than just calling the shots.Thanks to those finely-tuned communication skills, you know how to capture the attention and imagination of your audience. You're DIploma-qualified or higher (or you've got an equivalent qualification), and you're committed to continuous innovation and change. After all - we never stop growing!You'll love this chance to help shape our program delivery and be there at the front lines as it happens. There'll never be a dull moment in this role! Here's just a taste of what will be keeping you busy as you manage:The day-to-day operations of the service in accordance with the Education and Care Services National Law (NT) and prescribed regulationsManage the administrative and financial aspects of the service; Manage the delivery of quality education and care service;Provide leadership and direction for the Woodroffe Child Care Centre, including its staff, its programs and its families;Ensure business and/or operational plans and budgets are developed and implemented;Promote the Centre, including maintaining and updating the website and marketing materials, to ensure the Centre's utilisation is maximised.You know as well as we do that this is a vocation, not just a career - and one that you'll need to give your all. So we'll reward your hard work. You'll have a competitive salary at your disposal, access to professional development opportunities and the full support of our passionate and motivated team and parent management committee.From little things, big things grow - including careers. Join us now, and we'll be with you every step of the way.
Cape York Partnership
Great opportunity to combine a passion for sport and fitness with practical business activitiesFull time 38 hrs pw OngoingCommencing January 2018Djarragun College is seeking a passionate, motivated, and innovative Sports Administrator to join our committed team in the unique and picturesque region of Gordonvale, just 20 minutes south of Cairns. Djarragun College is a co-educational Indigenous school with 330 students from Prep to Year 12. There are approximately 70 boarding students with girls and boys residing in separate boarding houses on site. The College is situated on a large campus with outstanding facilities such as a pool, Olympic standard gymnasium, several basketball courts, hospitality and trade trading centres and three large rugby ovals.This position will provide the overall management of effective sporting and fitness programs, using sport as a mechanism to increase school attendance, student wellbeing, retention and positive behaviour. This position is responsible for:Developing and implementing effective sporting activities within the CollegeDeveloping collaborative and productive relationships with staff across the College to enhance the delivery of sports activities Developing appropriate sporting partnerships with other schools and sports associations to enhance the delivery of sports activitiesPlanning and assisting in the delivery and monitoring of strength and conditioning fitness programs.You will hold appropriate qualifications and experience in Sports Event Management and Fitness/Strength and Conditioning, including:Coaching qualification (preferred)First Aid Certificate Experience in health education (preferred)Current Blue Card or be willing to obtain upon commencement in the role.Demonstrated coaching experience with school age students (desirable)For more information please contact Dr Michael Barton on (07) 4043 3725 or email@example.com.If you think you have the potential to become a valuable member of our team, we'd like to hear from you!How to ApplyApplications are to be addressed to the HR Manager, Djarragun College.Please include:A current CV including preferred contact detailsNames of two (2) professional referees (referees will not be contacted until after selection has been made)A letter of application detailing how your previous experience would enable you to meet the requirements of the role
Foundation for Young Australians
FYA is Australia's only national for-purpose organisation dedicated to backing the next generation of young people who are going to rethink the world and create a better future.We work with young people from all over Australia aged 12-29 years, building Australia's largest community of young changemakers - the innovators, the makers, the dreamers, the thinkers, the doers and the creators. Working with partners across industry, government, education and the community sector to create and back young people and transform the way young people are engaged.Your RoleFYA's work is informed by strong evidence, research and evaluation that backs young people and informs the national agenda on the issues that most affect them. FYA conducts, commissions and is commissioned to undertake high quality research and runs policy campaigns in response to the research findings.The Research & Policy Manager will:Drive FYA's research strategy and project manage the delivery of FYA's research reportsAnalyse, interpret and communicate data and reports Develop policy positions for FYA in relation to key campaign activitySupport the rollout of key campaign activity for multiple stakeholder audiences (including government, media, industry and community stakeholders)Sound like you..... Read on!Some of the key tasks and responsibilities;Manage the production of high quality research to support FYA's research agendaManage the design and delivery of research and policy projectsTranslate research and data in an accessible and engaging way for a variety of stakeholders including young people, their key influencers and policy makersTake a lead role and work collaboratively with the media manager to rollout policy campaignsCultivate and manage relationships with current and potential stakeholders including government, university, corporate, philanthropic and nonprofit stakeholdersManage and support FYA's monitoring and evaluation projects and the evaluation coordinator About youProven experience in a similar role with experience in engagement and communications with a range of stakeholders, internal and external, such as young people, government and industry, with strong interpersonal skills.Relevant Tertiary level qualification and/or equivalent experience will be well regarded.Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong time management skills with proven ability to manage several projects at once, to prioritise work and to work under pressure to meet tight timeframes.Strong personal presence, confidence and self-assurance, along with relationship management skills and the ability to engage, influence and negotiate will be required for this role.Don't wait....apply now to be part of changing the futureNow you know all about us, we want to know all about you!To apply, please submit your application via the FYA Careers webpage. You will need to include the following:A response to the application selection criteria (please refer to page 4-5 on PD)A one-page cover letter that tells us why you would be perfect for the job.A CV, no longer than three pages, that outlines your experience and career highlights.Applications close midnight 28th January 2018.Still have questions?Call Bronwyn Lee, Deputy CEO on 03 9670 5436.FYA is an equal opportunity employer, we know that strength comes with diversity and encourage applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We don't discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or or disability
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
Base salary: $72,676.50 - $87,613.50 (p.a)Total effective package: $90,739.00 - $109,079.00 (p.a)Full-time, 1 Year Maximum Term ContractCentral Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress) has over 40 years' experience providing comprehensive primary health care for Aboriginal people living in Central Australia. Congress is seeking an Educational Leader who is interested in making a genuine contribution to improving health outcomes for Aboriginal people.The Educational Leader is integral to the educational leadership of the Ampe Kenhe Apmere Congress Child Care Program. The position leads the educational program and provides support and mentoring to Team Leaders and Educators in the delivery of quality education and care to children in accordance with National Quality Standards, Early Years Learning Framework and Congress' Continuous Quality Improvement framework.Alice Springs offers a unique lifestyle in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the heart of Australia. It is within easy reach of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Watarrka (Kings Canyon) and a host of other world heritage sites.As well as a wonderful lifestyle and rewarding work, Congress offers the following:Competitive salariesSix (6) weeks annual leave9.5% superannuationGenerous salary packagingA strong commitment to Professional DevelopmentFamily friendly conditionsRelocation assistance (where applicable)District allowanceFor more information on the position please contact Child Care Centre Manager, Diwangkuna Francis on (08) 8958 4507Application close: FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2018*Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, and estimated tax saving from salary packaging options.Contact Human Resources on (08) 8959 4774 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more informationFor more information about jobs at Congress visit www.caac.org.au/hr.
Belconnen Community Service Inc
Part-Time position, working 75 hours a fortnightSalary ranging from $50,900 to $70,400 per annum pro-rata based on qualifications, experience and skills.Would you like to join a centre that Exceeds National Quality Standards? Well now you can, as Belconnen Early Childhood Centre is looking for an Preschool Teacher/Room Leader to join the team that has recently undergone a quality assessment and received an Exceeding rating.In this role you will be undertaking a range of functions including providing opportunities to extend children's knowledge, skills and capabilities, supporting children with additional needs and working in a team that promotes a strong sense of respect, support and appreciation of diversity.The successful applicant will be a qualified Early Childhood/Preschool Teacher or be currently studying towards or at least planning to study to become one in the near future. You will be required to have a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (or equivalent), have a current Working with Vulnerable People registration and First Aid Certificate.At BCS we believe in a connected, active and strong community. Our employees are important to us so apart from a strong career partnership, BCS also offers employees above award wages, generous salary packaging options to increase your take home pay, employee benefits such as gym classes, discounted child care rates, Christmas leave, discounted rates at major retailers through our Advantage Employee Benefits Scheme and discounts with our local sponsors. A great place to work AND great benefits - the whole package!Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with a disability are encouraged to apply for positions at BCS.
Belconnen Community Service Inc
Before and After School CareBCS is seeking enthusiastic individuals who are seeking flexible work within our Education and Care Services. You will be joining dedicated and friendly teams in well-established programs committed to providing high quality education and care for children.We have a number of positions available with the opportunity to work across a number of our Before, After and School Holiday programs working with primary aged children.A typical day will see you working with the team to create a nurturing and stimulating environment for children who attend our services. This involves implementing a variety of activities and programs, setting up indoor and outdoor equipment, cleaning and food preparation and overall supervision of children.You will be currently studying or have already obtained your teaching or other relevant degree. You must also have a current Working with Vulnerable People registration and it is desirable you have previous childcare work experience.Hours and shifts are flexible with an hourly rate starting from $25.16 depending on the qualifications and experience.At BCS we believe in a connected, active and strong community. Our employees are important to us so apart from a strong career partnership, BCS also offers employees above award wages, employee benefits such as gym classes, discounted child care rates, Christmas leave, discounted rates at major retailers through our Advantage Employee Benefits Scheme and discounts with our local sponsors. A great place to work AND great benefits - the whole package!Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with a disability are encouraged to apply for positions at BCS.