Early Childhood Intervention Teacher – SDN Early Childhood Links - MASCOT
Early Childhood Intervention Teacher
SDN Early Childhood Links in Mascot
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a part-time Early Childhood Teacher within our Early Childhood Links program currently located in Mascot. This role is to work 4 days per week (days of work negotiable) and is on a fixed terms contract until the end June 2014.
In this role you will bring your passion for working with children to our multi-disciplinary team to provide quality learning and development outcomes for children, from birth to eight, with disability and/or developmental delays. You will work closely with a team of dedicated professionals to build the capacity of the Early Childhood sector to support the inclusion of children with a disability into their community.
Early Childhood Links aims to:
- Build knowledge, skills and capabilities of staff in mainstream settings or community based activities to include children with disability.
- Facilitate links between families & services so that families can access and participate in community activities.
- Assist children with disability to access therapy supports.
- Support transitional pathways for families and children into mainstream settings.
You will have:
- Early Childhood trained teacher with qualifications and experience.
- Experience working effectively with children with disabilities or development delays in mainstream services and inclusive settings using strengths-based, family centred and activity based approaches.
- Demonstrated experience and understanding of play based early childhood intervention practices
- Committed to the inclusion of children from birth to 8 years with a disability or developmental delays in mainstream children’s services.
- Demonstrated skills working in a trans-disciplinary and multi-agency environment with the ability to form effective and positive working relationships;
- Demonstrated ability to use strategies that help strengthen parent’s capacity to meet the learning needs of their child.
- Demonstrated experience working in a trans-disciplinary and multi-agency environment
- Demonstrated ability and/or understanding of coaching, facilitating and bridging approaches to build the capacity of adults working in centres with young children
- Excellent influencing and negotiation skills and problem solving approaches;
SDN’s values and philosophy are at the heart of everything we do. If you share our values and believe that through working together we can make the world a better and more equitable place then we want to hear from you!
For further information, please contact Amy Fossett; Recruitment Advisor on (02) 9213 2414. Applications must address the selection criteria and should be received by close of business, Wednesday 21st August 2013.
Close Date: 21st September 2013