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Job: Early Learning Casual Relief Assistant

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Title Early Learning Casual Relief Assistant
Job Information

Applications close on 27 February

Throughout a student’s time at Ballarat Clarendon College our focus is to maximise their competence, skills and capacity so that, at the end of their time at the school, when they stand on the threshold of their future, they can choose their ‘heart’s desire’.

As a result of our continued growth, Clarendon is seeking casual relief assistants in early learning. The salary offered will be in line with Ballarat and Clarendon Enterprise Agreement 2016 – 2020.

Interested applicants should apply on-line and are required to submit an application/cover letter, up-to-date resume, including details of two professional referees, and a statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria.

Before commencing work at Clarendon and throughout a teacher’s time at Clarendon, assistant staff must hold a current Working with Children Check Card – Employee status.

Candidates invited to interview will be required to provide verification of their Working with Children Check details.

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Ballarat Clarendon College

 

Ballarat Clarendon College is a coeducational school associated with the Uniting Church.  It is based in Ballarat, a regional city in the heart of Victoria, just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne, with a population of approximately 85,000 people. Approximately 1400 students attend the school, from 3-year-old Early Learning to Year 12.

 

Ballarat Clarendon College is an equal opportunity employer and provides a non-smoking environment for all students and staff.

Key Selection Criteria:

  • A Certificate III or Diploma of Children’s Services.
  • A current Working with Children’s Check – Employee Status.
  • A National Police Check issued in the past 6 months.
  • A current approved first aid qualification; anaphylaxis management and asthma management training.
  • A working knowledge of the National Quality Standards, the Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010 and the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2011.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Victorian Early Years and Development Framework and Child Safety Standards.
  • Demonstrated experience in the education and care of children aged 3–5.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with young children, parents and other members of staff.
  • Computer / IT skills to support record keeping and documentation.
  • Knowledge about the Reggio Emilia Preschool programs is advantageous.

For further information, please click here for the early learning casual relief assistant position description.

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