After School Care Assistant

After School Care Assistant

Nothern Australia at Camp Australia

 

Looking for work experience NT? Camp Australia is look for energetic staff members to work at our After School care program in Katherine.

 

Camp Australia is looking for Childcare and After school care staff to join the friendly team at Casuarina Street State School in Katherine!

 

This position is unique to Camp Australia and offers the successful candidate a chance to experience all that Camp Australia has to offer. Caring for children between the ages of 5 – 12, you will be working with a team of educators dedicated to providing the best care to all children in a positive and engaging environment.  The children who attend this service love playing sport and outdoor activities - according to the Coordinator, “Ball games are their absolute favourite”.

 

What is special about this role?

  • Small Service with under 30 children every afternoon
  • Own OSHC Room
  • Fantastic facilities
  • Designated outside Play Area’s
  • Supportive ‘close knit’ School Community

 

Role requirements

  • Studying or completed Qualification in children’s services - Cert III  or higher (also includes education degrees)
  • Have a real passion for working hands on with the children
  • Hold a OCHRE Card
  • Hold a level 2 First Aid certificate including CPR, Anaphylaxis and Asthma management certificate

 

Camp Australia will provide you with a pathway to build on your Childcare experience though our tailored career development programs, great working conditions and benefits that range from flexible work hours to attractive salary benefits.

 

Apply:http://www.campaustralia.com.au?site=aus/staff/view-advert.aspx?id=189&site=aus

 

Camp Australia

1731-1733 Malvern Rd, Glen Iris VIC

3146

NT

Australia

recruitment@campaustralia.com.au

www.campaustralia.com.au

 

Close Date: 5th December 2013

 

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