Take on a Big Role in Little Lives with Communities@Work

Take on a Big Role in Little Lives with Communities@Work

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Posted 2021-11-01 by Suefollow
Are you looking for a job? A job that gives you lots of laughs, one that you know all too well (as parents!) - a job that is future-proof with long-term security and satisfaction? Are you looking for not just a job, but a career that grows?

As part of a national campaign with the Early Learning and Care Council of Australia (ELACCA) , Communities at Work, Canberra’s largest provider of childcare and education services, is encouraging careers in early learning to fulfil hundreds of jobs in the sector across Australia, including the ACT.



It’s no secret that early education shapes children into the strongest learners they can be. The impact educators have on young lives is a vital one since the first five years of a child’s life are the most crucial. And as a parent, nobody knows this better than you!

In fact, the benefits of quality Early Childhood Education reward educators too. A career in Early Education means a career that really counts for those looking for opportunities to make a difference in little lives.

The crucial nature of Early Education creates rewarding, stimulating, and satisfying work where you can witness the significant difference you are making to young lives every day. The role you play in children’s learning will lead to long term opportunities for them to thrive throughout their lives.

Not just that, a career in early learning can come with several benefits, including great professional development and career progression opportunities. And as an educator with Communities at Work , you can be sure that your career is not only rewarding, but also helping the local community, with the organisation being the largest not-for-profit community organisation in Canberra.



Get started with a qualification in Early Childhood Education and Care

The early education and care profession is on the rise with a high demand for those with relevant qualifications. This is reflected in the increasing number of families who are returning to work after having children. It’s also evident in the growing number of education and care services in the region. Communities at Work alone has 12 Child Care and Education centres across Canberra .

This ensures educators have a steady career where their skills are in demand. And with the ability to gain qualifications while working, educators can see their careers developing as they work, without having to forego paid time to study.

As a newbie, you can start with a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care, and then work your way up to a Diploma or even a bachelor's degree (if that’s what you wish). Earning while you learn will give you the flexibility you need to balance a busy life with your own little one, helping you gain valuable paid work experience in the organisation's children’s services while actively working towards a Cert III qualification with the organisation’s own Vocational Education and Training (VET) provider .

Backed up by over 43 years of experience, Communities at Work will help you on your journey to become an educator, kickstart a career that grows, and provide you with plenty of professional development, ongoing mentoring and succession planning opportunities. And as the Three-Time Winner of the Large Employer of the Year at the ACT Training Awards (2019, 2020 & 2021), you know you’ll be in good hands with the organisation.

So, if you’re ready begin a new fulfilling career journey, visit https://www.commsatwork.org/children-services-careers/ to learn about all the amazing opportunities they have on offer and the pathways you can take to become an educator.

#bigrolesinlittlelives #careersthatgrow #communitiesatwork #canberra

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