Job Description

Centre Director – KARRATHA

  • 21/05/2020
  • Perth (Karratha )
  • Full Time
  • Great salary, benefits and work environment
  • Great support structure from owners and high performing team
  • Opportunity to lead a team and work with autonomy

About the business

Our client is a well-known and highly regarded company who provides the opportunities and framework for children to develop and grow. They are seeking a Centre Director for their service in Karratha.

They are very proud of their unique values and ethos which stand them out from competitors. As well as their proven ability to make a genuine difference in each community they serve. 

As the Centre Director, you will take up a key leadership role in a fun environment, designed to stimulate young minds and prepare them for their school years. 

About the role

The role is perfect for a passionate leader who genuinely wants to make a positive impact on the lives of young children and their families. Your new employer is committed to community engagement and building lasting relationships. 

As the new Centre Director, you will, of course, oversee the day to day operation of the Centre and uphold the policies and processes around the EYLF and NQS frameworks in addition to maintaining budgets and centre reporting. 

You will have administrative and educational support. 

Benefits and perks

  • Relocation allowance for eligible candidate
  • Remote Allowance paid
  • Subsidised housing available
  • Opportunity to take ownership of this role
  • Generous discounts on Childcare
  • Discounted Health Care
  • Free Employee Assistance Program
  • Close-knit team -our educators are as professional as they are passionate
  • Experience working in a large Early Learning Centre that is inspired by the teachings from Reggio Emilia
  • Biannual Managers Conference
  • An enjoyable environment to work in, which will challenge you every day
  • Competitive remuneration
  • Support to be able to perform your role including resources, programs and mentorship.

Skills and experience

  • Are you passionate about delivering a quality childcare service in line with the EYLF?
  • Experience working in an early childhood setting in a similar role
  • Sound knowledge of the National Quality Framework and National Education and Care Services
  • Extensive knowledge of Child Protection and its implications for the care and protection of children
  • Experience in leading and managing a team of staff
  • Do you hold a Diploma in Children's Services?
  • First aid Certificate HLTAID004
  • National Police Clearance
     

If you believe that you would be a great fit for this role, we would love to hear from you! 

For a confidential chat or for more information on any positions we have available please contact Bronwyn Butcher on 0892278084 or email bronwyn@murdockrecruitment.com for more information.  

By applying for this role, you are giving our team of recruiter’s authorisation to check references and begin a quality recruitment process.

 

 

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