Early Childhood Teacher
At Guardian Childcare & Education, Early Childhood Teachers will teach the educational basics to children and introduce them to the wonders of learning. They’ll plan classes and deliver on current curriculum standards. As an educator at Guardian Childcare, you’ll have the opportunity to develop as a Teacher and work with some incredible team members and environments.
Early Childhood Teacher jobs
Early Childhood Teachers play a vital role at Guardian Childcare & Education. We rely on enthusiastic Teachers to provide stimulating and interesting educational programs for our children. Our early childhood Educators are passionate and invested in the needs of the children in their care.
What is the role of an Early Childhood Teacher?
The main role of an Early Childhood Teacher working at Guardian Childcare is to develop and deliver an education and learning program that aligns with the current education curriculum. At Guardian Childcare, we have a strong team of educators and like to highlight and celebrate Teachers who excel at their work. We are proud of our teaching team; they play a vital role in the success of any childcare centre.
As an Early Childhood Teacher, you’ll work with amazing team members, discuss ongoing learning and education with families, and provide children with an engaging and exciting learning space.
What are the 4 qualities that Early Childhood Teachers should have?
Working as an Early Childhood Teacher can be a challenging and highly rewarding career. If you’ve been considering a career as an Early Childhood Teacher, here are some essential qualities you’ll need to be successful.
Children sometimes struggle to communicate their thoughts or feelings, and Early Childhood Teachers need to be effective communicators. Our Educators will also need to discuss children’s learning goals with families and hold meetings with Centre Managers and other Educators.
As a skilled Early Childhood Teacher, you’ll need to rely on your creativity to make some experience more interesting to children. You may need to think on your feet if there is an interruption to the day and fill that time with something that engages the children.
Children will learn at different levels, some understanding concepts quickly and others requiring additional time. Being patient and allowing children to learn at their own pace is key to providing a welcoming and functional learning environment.
Children love to play and learn, and spaces need to be organised for safe and structured learning. With good room management, you’ll be a more effective Teacher and your children will be less distracted and prepared for their daily activities.
How much do Early Childhood Teachers get paid in Australia?
In Australia, the average annual salary for an Early Childhood Teacher ranges from $70,000 – $80,000. The amount you’ll be paid when working as an ECT will depend on your experience and your level of training.
At Guardian Childcare & Education, we offer many other benefits to support our team in addition to their remuneration, including:
- Access to the WHEREFIT program, where you’ll receive 2,000 discounted corporate offers, which include up to 50% off gym memberships, activewear purchases, beauty products, healthy meals, and many more.
- The Guardian Degree program, where we’ll provide you with paid study, flexible working conditions, mentorships, and reimbursement of course fees (terms and conditions apply).
- Paid first-aid courses and renewals to keep you updated with current first-aid medical knowledge.
- Discounted childcare (subject to availability)
How to apply for an Early Childhood Teacher job?
If you’re a qualified ECT and are interested in working at Guardian, we want to hear from you! Our Teachers will benefit from working in a modern facility and a well-supported environment. You’ll have access to the best possible teaching materials and resources and the freedom to develop programs that follow current curriculum outcomes.
Our current vacancies are listed below, and we can’t wait to hear from you!