Assistant Childcare Director | Moonee Ponds

 

Role Overview

Only About Children Moonee Ponds

Only About Children Moonee Ponds childcare is a light-filled, warm and welcoming centre, with a range of exciting, resource-rich environments. The campus has a large outdoor area that wraps around the front and side of the building, with two spacious yards available for age-appropriate outdoor learning; there are dedicated spaces for nursery aged children and ample room for adventure and play amongst our toddler and Kinder children.

The outdoor area includes a bike track, a large climbing area situated over soft fall, entertaining mud and sand pits, worm farms, compost bins, a refreshing water trough, and large blackboards for children to play and learn.
Additionally, the campus features its own unique sensory garden with a variety of edible plants where children are encouraged to explore and learn. Marie, our on-site professional garden educator, works alongside the educators to revolutionise the relationship children have with their food. The Playground to Plate program teaches children how to grow, prepare and share fresh seasonal food.

Your Role as an Assistant Director

The role of an Assistant Director is a busy and varied one. With a strong focus of being hands on with the team in a coaching and mentoring capacity, this role provides the platform for longer term career succession into a Campus Director role. The majority of your time will be spent working across all rooms, however there will be non-contact time to support the Campus Director with admin related responsibilities. 

How We Support You

At Oac we support the wellbeing of our people by empowering them to focusing on not only career growth but also life aspirations.We know every individual, regardless of their role, has basic needs within and beyond the workplace. When you join Oac you can be assured a supportive, collaboratory, open team environment, where we work with you to be the best leader you can be.

  • Ongoing development opportunities
  • Additional day of leave called Oac Time
  • Reward & Recognition Program
  • Reduced childcare fees
  • Supported studies
  • Clear career pathways
  • Professional Development 

How you support Us? 

We understand that educating young children is complex and requires ongoing qualifications and professional development. We ensure all our team members are appropriately skilled and qualified to develop and educate young minds. For this position, we are looking for:

  • Bachelor in Early Childhood Teaching/Education or Diploma level
  • Minimum 5 years experience in leadership role
  • Provide quality education, development and care to the children in our campuses
  • Provide an exceptional customer and partnership experience with our families.
  • Lead a team in day to day operations ensuring that the Campus Quality Framework and WH&S requirements are met

Interested? Please hit the APPLY button now and follow the prompts to submit your resume. Or email Aimee at [email protected]

Want to know more about Oac? Visit www.oac.edu.au

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