Early Childhood Australia (ECA) is a national organisation known and respected for the quality and impact of its leadership, advocacy and resourcing on behalf of young children aged between birth and eight years of age. We are currently seeking to fill a number of positions in the ECA National Office, based in Canberra, and various other positions located across Australia.

ECA is committed to equal employment opportunities and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as people with a disability.

Current vacancies
Digital Systems Adviser

We are seeking to appoint a Digital Systems Adviser, to work in a newly created role that supports Early Childhood Australia’s contribution to the development and implementation of the integrated mental health framework for early learning services and schools, the beyond blue National Education Initiative. The role will encompass activities related to online platform and systems development and planning, as well as informing and implementing strategies for enhancing internal and external user experiences.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Development and implementation of systems and digital solutions, strategies and practices that enhances user experience
  • Data entry, collection, analysis, quality assurance and reporting
  • Stakeholder relationships for developing systems and digital solutions

To read the full position description, click here.

Closing date: 9:00am AEST Thursday 26th April 2018

Please ensure your application includes a current resume and addresses the selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description to employment@earlychildhood.org.au.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

beyondblue National Education Initiative (bbNEI) Consultant (Darwin)
We are seeking to appoint a Consultant reporting to the State Manager based in Darwin. The Consultant will work within the beyondblue National Education Initiative (bbNEI) team guide and support early childhood services and schools in the implementation of the bbNEI. To read the full position description, click here.

Please ensure your application includes a current resume and addresses the selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description to employment@earlychildhood.org.au.

 

Learning Hub Content and Projects Manager (Canberra)

We are seeking to appoint a Content and Projects Manager to lead the development of online early childhood professional learning within the ECA Learning Hub team.

The ECA Learning Hub is an online professional learning hub for early childhood educators and services.  It is built on a Learning Management System (LMS) and current key products include self-paced online learning modules and webinars/webcasts.  The Learning Hub has over 31,000 registered users.

Job tasks and responsibilities

The ECA Learning Hub Content and Projects Manager is a leadership position within the ECA Learning Hub and will be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Managing the creation of high calibre professional learning resources and programs designed to meet the professional learning needs of early childhood educators and education and care services
  • Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders
  • Ensure planned resources are appropriate and relevant to the sector needs and cater to a range of qualifications, experience levels and sector types
  • Moderate and manage in studio and on location recording, filming and photo shoots as needed, supporting presenters and other professionals
  • Write, review and edit professional learning content
  • Work autonomously with initiative and attention to detail within a range of deadlines
  • Delegate work to, and monitor the performance of Project Officers

Skills and Experience

To be successful in this role you will have tertiary qualification/s in early childhood education with recent experience in the delivery of quality early childhood education and care services. You will also have experience in the design and delivery of professional learning to the education and care sector, as well as experience in managing projects and stakeholder relationships.

Application Process

To view a copy of the position description, please click here.

For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Carolyn Cousins, Executive Manager ECA Learning Hub on 02 6242 1800 or ccousins@earlychildhood.org.au.

Please ensure your application includes a current resume and addresses the selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description to employment@earlychildhood.org.au

Closing date:  9:00am Monday March 19, 2018

Applications via Seek will not be acknowledged. All applications must be submitted as detailed above.

Early Childhood Australia is an equal opportunity employer; we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.