Job Description

Early Childhood Teacher in East Fremantle

  • 09/05/2023
  • Perth (East Fremantle)
  • $32.20 - $44.55 per hour
  • Full Time

About the company

“Spark a love of learning from an early age and encourage children on a lifelong journey in education that inspires, excites and fuels their imagination”.

Our client's purpose is to provide a ‘home away from home’ for the children, families and team members.

A place no one wants to leave, where laughter can be heard and energy felt.

A space where creativity and learning are visible.

Every day, we strive to provide loving care and rich education that focuses on individual development and learning in a family-focused and supportive way.

About the role

As the Early Childhood Teacher you will provide leadership in delivering high-quality, inclusive programs within the Centre. You will have expert knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and relevant state-based curriculums, child development and learning to lead the room’s education program and practice as well as the Centre practice to meet or exceed the National Quality Standard.

You will also contribute to the professional identity of the Centre, raising the quality of the education program and practice. Working closely with the Director and Education Leader, you will establish authentic and positive relationships with children and families to ensure positive outcomes for all children. You will coach and supervise the room’s Educator and the Centre team to deepen their understanding of curriculum and pedagogy and to embed a culture of ongoing reflective practice.

Key deliverables:

  • Model effective application of pedagogy in teaching practice.
  • Assess children’s learning and development and apply pedagogical expertise to inform curriculum decisions.
  • Build and maintain strong, positive relationships with children and families.
  • Support a culture of reflective practice and continuous improvement.
  • Seek and share best practice examples to improve the educational program.
  • Maintain a safe environment for children, families and team members.
  • Contribute to a professional and positive work culture.

Skills & experience

  • Minimum of Bachelor in Early Years Education or Working Towards Bachelor In Early Years Education
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Current National Police Clearance Certificate
  • Current Medical Clearance
  • As per each state-specific Health Department Mandate, a COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate or proof of required vaccination is required.
  • Current approved First Aid Certificate
  • Current approved Asthma and Anaphylaxis training
  • A minimum of 1 year experience as an ECT in an early childhood setting
  • Sound understanding of the developmental needs of children aged 0-5 years
  • Knowledge and experience of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), the National Quality Framework (NQF) and the National Quality Standards (NQS)
  • Effective communication skills – with families, staff and children
  • Effective programming skills
  • Effective customer service skills

If you are passionate about developing the future of children in an environment that provides rich and meaningful experiences for children, don’t miss this opportunity and APPLY NOW at

The educators at this centre are dedicated to filling children's days with positive reinforcement and magical moments.

This is facilitated through exciting and stimulating environments and a holistic approach to well-being.

Physical health, diet, emotional well-being, sense of belonging and sense of security are at the forefront of everything they do.

As part of your role, you will be working with young children and those who are vulnerable.

It is your obligation to always ensure their safety and report any concerns that you have, in line with our duty of care obligations.

You will be required to regularly provide the necessary

  • Working with Children Check
  • Police Clearances
  • Reference Checks from a previous Manager.

Our client has a zero-tolerance stance when it comes to abuse of any kind and will take disciplinary action, including and up to termination of employment, should we determine that abuse has taken place or there has been a failure to report any suspected or alleged abuse.