• Maximum Term, Part Time - Until September 2021
  • 9 hours per week, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - After School Care
  • Albion Park Fun Club

Big Fat Smile is a values-led organisation. Its vision is that we enrich the lives and minds of children and families in their community. Our values are Inclusion, Integrity, Safety, Child-centric, Collaboration and Leadership.

We are a not for profit, community owned, non government organisation which provides high quality care and education for children, national and state wide inclusion services as part of a National Consortia and operate many community based services to children and families. These include post natal depression groups, transition to school and supported playgroups.

Big Fat Smile is a child safe organisation, committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of children entrusted to our care. We demonstrate this commitment through embedding of the Child Safe Standards in culture, policies, procedures and practice. Big Fat smile has a zero tolerance for child abuse and harm and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated seriously and acted upon.

What you will do

The Fun Club Educator is responsible for providing quality education and care to all children attending the service. The role is also responsible for building relationships with families, and assists in developing and implementing the centre’s program to cater for each child’s needs.

Adhering to the National Quality Standards, the position also assists with day-to-day operational tasks, including but not limited to supervision, serving meals, housekeeping, participating in group time and keeping a safe work environment for staff and children.

Selection Criteria:

  • Demonstrated experience working with children
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively with children and families
  • Ability to work harmoniously within a team environment
  • Capacity to contribute actively to the efficient and effective operation/development of a high quality outside school hours care service
  • Demonstrated commitment to workplace health and safety, an inclusive curriculum, child protection and the Quality Improvement and Accreditation System
  • Previous experience providing support to children with additional needs is desirable
  • Must be available during NSW School Holidays
  • A good level of physical fitness
  • Certificate IV (OSHC), Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Care or relevant tertiary studies (desirable)