CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AT LITTLE ZAK'S

We have career opportunities available for various roles at Little Zak's.

Cert III Room Assistant | KILLARA

Little Zaks Adademy is privately owned and family run. Our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full-time Certificate III Room Assistant to join our team at our beautiful centre located in Killara.Plenty of BenefitsGreat friendly team environmentKnowledgeable and experienced area manager with supportive head office managementModern facilities and technologiesUniforms provided & Secure parkingOngoing training & development opportunitiesMake a difference and be a significant contributor to our early childhood care and education familyAbout the roleFacilitate the learning experiences for your allocated group of childrenBe part of a collaborative teaching environmentMaintain effective communication with the parents throughout the serviceRegularly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programsCreate a friendly, secure and stimulating interactive learning environmentMaintain positive working relationships with all team membersEnsure a high level of health & safety standards are maintained at all timesAbout youCertificate III in Early Childhood EducationMust be available Monday to FridayWorking knowledge of the National Quality Framework including: National Regulations, National Quality Standards (NQS), Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)Nurture authentic connections with our children and families through interaction, curriculum and documentationExcellent verbal and written communication skillsCurrent Working with Children CheckFirst Aid Certificate or willingness to obtain oneWe are an equal opportunity workplace where diversity is embraced. We foster a culture that supports inclusion and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.If you are interested, please click ‘APPLY NOW’ or call our HR Team on (02)8036 8390 for a more information. 20 AUD Australia - NSW Sydney CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs

Cert III Room Assistant | KILLARA

Little Zaks Adademy is privately owned and family run. Our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.

Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full-time Certificate III Room Assistant to join our team at our beautiful centre located in Killara.

Plenty of Benefits

  • Great friendly team environment
  • Knowledgeable and experienced area manager with supportive head office management
  • Modern facilities and technologies
  • Uniforms provided & Secure parking
  • Ongoing training & development opportunities
  • Make a difference and be a significant contributor to our early childhood care and education family

About the role

  • Facilitate the learning experiences for your allocated group of children
  • Be part of a collaborative teaching environment
  • Maintain effective communication with the parents throughout the service
  • Regularly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programs
  • Create a friendly, secure and stimulating interactive learning environment
  • Maintain positive working relationships with all team members
  • Ensure a high level of health & safety standards are maintained at all times

About you

  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education
  • Must be available Monday to Friday
  • Working knowledge of the National Quality Framework including: National Regulations, National Quality Standards (NQS), Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)
  • Nurture authentic connections with our children and families through interaction, curriculum and documentation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • First Aid Certificate or willingness to obtain one

We are an equal opportunity workplace where diversity is embraced. We foster a culture that supports inclusion and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

If you are interested, please click ‘APPLY NOW’ or call our HR Team on (02)8036 8390 for a more information.