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JOB VACANT: Certificate III Child Care Trainee

Children First is a not for profit organisation that provides preschool, long day care, occasional care, before and after school care, and vacation care services in the Blacktown area. It operates out of six sites and approximately 700 children attend these services in any week. In addition to providing child care services from its own centres, Children First, which is a service of Growing Potential, is funded to operate family support services to centres, families and children across Western Sydney.

We are currently recruiting for a Child Care Trainee to work at our Plumpton Long Day Carelocated in Plumpton. This position is 8 hours per day, 5 days per week commencing 10th February 2020.

Previous Applicants need not apply. 

Mandatory Criteria:

  • Minimum 18 years old
  • Must have a current Working with Children Check Number

Essential Criteria to be addressed:

  • Good time management skills
  • A practical, can-do attitude.
  • Passion for children, families and the community with the ability to form warm, responsive relationships with children, parents and staff.
  • Good inter-personal skills

We offer an above award rate salary and great conditions. This role would be perfect for a recent school leaver!

To be considered for this role you must complete an application pack, available from Ashleigh at [email protected] referencing ‘Child Care Trainee’

Please note: No application will be considered unless accompanied by a resume, covering letter and a completed Childrenfirst application form addressing each of the essential criteria explicitly.

Applications close: Friday 24th January 2020

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