Greater Shepparton City Council, situated in the heart of the Goulburn Valley, is the fourth largest provincial centre in Victoria and has a well-developed economy due to its strong agricultural and irrigation base, with major industries related to food processing, manufacturing and transport. The Goulburn Valley is often referred to as 'The Food Bowl of Australia' as around 25% of the total value of Victoria's agricultural production is generated in this area.
Greater Shepparton has a population of approximately 65,000, and an expenditure budget in excess of $118 million. The population is culturally diverse with 9.9% of residents being born overseas. The area has excellent education, recreation, cultural, social and health facilities and tourism is a developing focus for the region.
Mooroopna Integrated Early Learning Centre
Salary: $67,741.44 per annum
Closing: Friday 22 January 2021
Full Time - Permanent
An exciting opportunity exists for a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill the position of Early Childhood Education - Service Leader at the new Mooroopna Integrated Early Learning Centre.
This new purpose built service is located on the Mooroopna Primary School grounds, integrating multi-disciplinary practices which will support collaborative practise between all Early Years agencies, Mooroopna Primary School, Long Day Care, Maternal Child Health and children and families. Our service will offer a welcoming and friendly space whereby children and families feel they belong.
This position suits a person with experience in leadership, family and agency engagement skills and an extensive knowledge of the National Quality Framework and Early Childhood Code of Ethics. The ability to make connections within the wider community will ensure equitable access, enrichment and inclusion for all families and children.
Minimum requirement is a Diploma in Children's Services, extensive experience in working with and managing Children's Services or large teams of educators and proven ability to support educators and families to achieve better outcomes for children.
This is a full time permanent position. The centre operational hours will be 7.30am - 6.00pm Monday to Friday, incorporating long day care, Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten programs for up to 102 children.
If you are looking for a change or a challenge, have always wanted to be on the forefront of innovation in early childhood family and child engagement in an early childhood setting and looking to work with an organisation that supports wrap-around health and wellbeing services, networking, professional development and the provision of mentoring and resourcing support this is the job for you!
The successful applicant will be able to:
You will have the support of the Council Early Years Services network and work as part of a team that supports the development and protection of the emotional and physical wellbeing of children and their families in an education and care setting.
Applicants must have a minimum Diploma in Children's Services, however, a Bachelor in Early Childhood is desirable, a current police check, valid working with children check, Level 2 First Aid, Asthma/Anaphylaxis management certificates and current CPR.
For more information, contact Jenni Gibson, Coordinator – Early Years on (03) 5832 9815.
Note: This position is subject to a 6 month qualifying period in accordance with the Fair Work Australia minimum employment period. During the qualifying period employees will be provided with appropriate on-going induction, support, assistance, resources and training to enable them to meet the required performance standards for the position.
Please note that applications which do not specifically address the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the position description will not be considered.
For procedures on how to apply go to http://www.greatershepparton.com.au/download.asp?RelatedLinkID=6867
All applications must be submitted to the Council by the closing date shown on the advertisement.
position Description - 1806 - Early Childhood Education - Service Leader.pdf