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  • Canterbury College OSHC  - Lead Educator & Assistant Coordinator

Canterbury College OSHC  - Lead Educator & Assistant Coordinator

Logan Region

Canterbury College is a leading independent ELC-12 coeducational Anglican school in Logan, servicing the growing southern Brisbane, Logan and northern Gold Coast corridor.

Our emphasis is on all-around excellence in academics, sport, the arts, and student wellbeing within an inclusive culture. We seek to inspire and nurture confident, optimistic and compassionate young people who are ready for the world. 

We have an exciting opportunity for a nurturing, caring and experienced individual to join our rapidly growing Outside of School Hours and Vacation Care services as a permanent Lead Educator and Assistant Coordinator working approximately 35 hours per week.

Your role:

As an experienced Lead Educator, and Assistant Coordinator, you will be pivotal in developing our children’s lifelong love of learning by supporting and guiding children's learning and development. 

Using your skills, ideas and passion for education, you’ll help shape the future of children in our care by collaborating with your team to create a safe, supportive and engaging play-based learning environment for children, their families and our wider community.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Lead your team in creating and delivering an educational program fostering children’s learning and development.

  • Assist with programming and day to day organisation. 

  • Prioritize children’s health and safety.

  • Engage in joyful, educational activities, inspiring a love for learning.

  • Support the Coordinator with staff management.

  • Undertake administrative requirements where required.

  • Develop and maintain professional relationships with Educators, children, families, and our community.

  • Support a positive team culture, that is reflective and committed to continuous improvement.

  • Aid in maintaining records for incidents, accidents, and medication.

  • Assist in organising staff meetings and training sessions.

Key Selection Criteria:

  • The ability to positively influence and provide feedback on our educator’s documentation, processes and interactions.

  • Excellent communication skills; both written and verbal.

  • Demonstrated experience in a leadership position.

  • Willingness to lead and be a part of a well established team.

  • Sound knowledge of the My Time Our Place Framework and National Quality Standards.

  • Experience using the Xplor database - or similar program preferred.

Essential Qualifications:

  • Hold a current Paid Blue Card

  • Hold a relevant Diploma, Certificate III in Early Childhood or ACECQA approved qualification 

  • First-aid and CPR qualified 

All Canterbury staff are expected to support the school's Anglican ethos and values.

Why Join Canterbury College:

We value the professional development of our staff and offer a dynamic and engaging workplace.  We nurture a whole of College approach to wellbeing and staff development.

How to Apply:

If you're looking for a rewarding career that allows you to leave a lasting impact to help children belong, grow & flourish we would love to hear from you. To express your interest and be a part of Canterbury College's journey of nurturing compassionate and optimistic young people, ready for the world, please submit your application, including a cover letter and a resume to Dan Walker, Principal via email to

Applications close COB Thursday 21st March, 2024.

Canterbury College supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety and wellbeing of students enrolled at the College. As such, the successful applicant will be expected to adhere to the College’s policies and procedures relevant to student care and protection.

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