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TRAINEESHIP EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKER

IACC (EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES AND TRAINING)


ALBION PARK, NSW, 2527
FULL TIME, PART TIME, CASUAL

Essential Criteria

Age 18 years or over
A genuine interest in working with young children
A commitment to undertaking the practical and theoretical components of the program
A current Working with Children Check clearance number (or be willing to obtain)
Desirable Criteria

Current First Aid Certificate (HLTAID004 - Provide emergency First Aid in an Education and Care Setting)
Description

For the position Job Description see here Traineeship Early Childhood Worker Job Description

Salary will be in accordance with the relevant award and the policies and procedures of IACC Ltd.

Potential applicants are required to undergo employment screening and probity checks.

IACC is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background to apply for this position.


RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

  • Trainee Child Care Educator
  • Early Childhood Educator
  • Early Childhood Educator and Co-ordinator
  • First Aid Officer

EXPECTED AVAILABILITY

  • Weekdays
  • Times Vary
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