OSHC and Vacation Care Program Leader Tree change opportunity in scenic Foster Full time and attractive salary packaging on offer Join a welcoming team and community About the Company Our Client is a not-for-profit community based incorporated association that operate Children's Education and Care services at four centres in the Corner Inlet District of South Gippsland, Victoria. Their vision is to deliver high quality and accessible early childhood services that are inclusive and responsive to the needs of children families and communities. About the Role The OSHC Program Leader oversees the education (as Educational Leader) and compliance (as Nominated Supervisor) requirements and responsibilities of the OSHC Program.
This position is responsible for the planning and implementation of the OSHC Program in accordance with the Early Years Learning Framework, based on needs, interests and development. The OSHC Program Leader will be responsible for the preparation of the Programs to ensure they ready for promotion for Schools and other potential users. Duties and Responsibilities Preparation of the Programs to ensure they ready for promotion for Schools and other potential users Ensure staff and children utilise effective health and hygiene practices, including meeting all regulations relating to food safety and preparation, medical management plans, risk management plans, policies and procedures Work collaboratively with Centre Director and participate in staff development and training programs Assist the Centre Director or Centre Leader in matters relating to leadership, pedagogical leadership, management support, service administration Ensure an effective induction and orientation process for new families and children Skills and Experience Diploma in Children's Services or an equivalent qualification approved by ACECQA, or are working towards an approved Diploma in Children's Services First Aid Level: HLTAID004 - Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting Current Working with Children Check (WWCC) Well-developed computer competency and organisational skills Have a commitment to child safety, with a zero tolerance of child abuse KEY SELECTION CRITERIA Demonstrated knowledge and ability to plan, provide and evaluate an inclusive child-centred play based program supportive of children's strengths, needs and interests and aligned to the EYLF Working knowledge of the Education and Care Services National Law and Regulations the National Quality Standard and their role as a member of the early childhood education team in working toward achievement of the standards Working knowledge of the Early Years Learning and Development Frameworks and the ECA Code of Ethics Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with educators, children and families Demonstrated experiences in developing positive, trusting, two-way relationships with parents.
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