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Early Childhood Assistant (Aboriginal Identified Position)
Mt Druitt Aboriginal Child and Family Centre
Yenu Allowah is an integrated Aboriginal Child and Family Centre providing a mix of services for children and families including early childhood programs, play groups and parent and family support. Gowrie NSW is currently responsible for management of the early childhood learning services and is working towards handing over to an Aboriginal management body in June 2014.
We currently have the opportunity for an early childhood assistant to assist in developing and delivering ????? ?????’s services program by talking and playing with the children, programming, organising and recording activities, and providing care and attention as required. You will also work beside parents and the community on a daily basis participating in community events and outreach programs.
To apply for this position you must:
• Be enthusiastic and passionate about working with children
• Be of Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background
• Have completed or be working towards a Certificate III in Children’s Services
• Hold certificates in first aid and asthma and anaphylaxis management
As an identified position we are looking for a person who feels strong in their culture as this is a key knowledge you will bring ????? ????? role.
This position requires a Working-with-Children Check clearance.
For an Application Pack and further information call ????? ????? Allowah, cnr North Parade & Belmore Street, Mt Druitt or telephone Christine Foreshew on (??) ???? ???? or Rose Todd on (??) ???? ????.
We encourage you to attend an information session at Yenu Allowah at 10am or 6pm on Wednesday 12 December
Closing date for applications is 7 January 2013
Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised under section 14 (d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.