Jobs in OSHC Centres

2IC/Assistant Coordinator

About us

Double Bay Out of School Hours (DBOOSH) is an incorporated not-for-profit service overseen by a volunteer parent association. We are located at a newly-renovated centre in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The service provides care for up to 80 children per session ages 5-12 during the school term and vacation care.

About the role:

  • 30 hours/week during the school term and up to 38 hours/week during vacation care
  • Attractive Above Award rate + Super
  • Negotiable work arrangements available for quality candidates
  • The 2IC will work together with the Coordinator to manage day-to-day operations

We believe that a positive culture within the team is a crucial aspect of being able to provide and maintain a strong and supportive environment for children to learn and grow. At our centre, we like to find creative and innovative solutions to create better experiences for our staff and community. For this reason, we look for people who are sincere, think deeply and move fast. We are really proud of our culture and relationships within our community and are looking for someone who shares our values to join our friendly and vibrant team.


  • Working With Children Check
  • Creative thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Strong digital literacy and administrative skills and effective time management
  • Demonstrates leadership qualities in a team environment with other educators and the implementation of the service’s policies and procedures
  • Demonstrates a high level of skills in the supervision and positive behaviour management of school aged children
  • Ability to take initiative and fulfil the obligations of a Responsible Person in Coordinator absence including ensuring children’s health and hygiene, safety and wellbeing, risk management, managing staff and parent concerns

Highly Desirable

  • Diploma or Certificate in Children’s Services or 2+ years experience as an Assistant Coordinator in an OOSH service.
  • Knowledge of the National Quality Frame and other relevant frameworks (or willingness to learn)
  • Accredited First Aid, Asthma, Anaphylaxis and CPR training
  • Accredited Child Protection Training
  • Experience using Xplor and XERO

If you think you’re the right fit for our DBOOSH team, please send the following to Alex at

  • Resume or CV
  • Cover letter (optional: include answers to the following):
    • Why are you the best candidate for the job?
    • What are your general thoughts on the industry?
    • From previous jobs/experience, what have you learnt that you could bring to this environment?

Casual Educator

(P) 9546 1092         (M) 0417 038 777

Connells Point Before and After School is looking for Casual Educators whom engage and interact with the children of the service, developing a positive rapport through spontaneous and planned educational play inspired activities. CPBASC is a not-for-profit incorporated association operated by a volunteered Parent Management Committee and is located on the Connells Point Public School grounds.

The Casual Educators position objective are to assist in the provision of a high quality out of school care program which meets the expectations of the Parent Management Committee, families and children. Supported by an experienced team, this position will provide care, activities and educational elements to those in the program.

The Casual Educators position objective are to work within Connells Point Before and After School Care philosophy, policies and procedures as part of a team. To work within the requirements of the National Quality Framework (NQF) and the Framework for School Age Care – My Time, Our Place.


  • High levels of customer service with strong communication skills
  • Ability to handle confidential information
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Behavioural management skills
  • Ability to contribute to, implement and carry out programming and/or activities for the children in conjunction with BASC Educators
  • Contribute to weekly program and Quality Improvement Plan


  • Casual Educator Position
  • Monday to Friday – Morning Shift – 7, 7:15 or 7:30 am to 9:30am 
                                       Afternoon Shift – 3pm to 5, 5:30 or 6pm
  • Complimentary uniform
  • Supportive environment from our Management, Nominated Supervisor, Staff and Families.


  • 1-2 years’ experience in or studying/training towards qualifications in Child Care Sector
  • WWCC & First Aid Compliant
  • Obtain or willing to obtain Asthma, Anaphylaxis and Child Protection Training
  • Sound understanding of the National Quality Framework and the National Quality Standards
  • Sound understanding of age-appropriate educational learning activities for School Aged Children
  • Sound knowledge of WHS requirements and risk management principle

Please send all applicable resumes to:

Manager: Belair Community OOSH

Attractive position for a motivated individual experienced in Out of School Hours Care located in the Newcastle Area.

About the Organisation:
This parent-run Out of School Hours Care provider is an incorporated association with a long history of providing Before and After School Care and Vacation care to the local community. The Provider operates two services from two public schools in the Newcastle area that Meet the National Quality Standards.

The organisation prides itself on being a community operated service provider, that puts children and families at the heart of every decision.

We are looking to welcome a new person into our OOSH family that will foster, develop and grow our two services as we continue our quality journey and enrich the lives of children.

About the Role:

  • Full Time
  • $65,000-$70,000 + Super
    – Flexible Work Arrangements Available
    – Negotiable Conditions for Quality Candidates
  • Emphasis on Employee growth and wellbeing

The OOSH Manager will support the Management Committee to meet its obligations as an Approved Provider.  The Manager will work with the two OOSH services to ensure overall compliance with the National Quality Framework, mentor and support staff, build relationships with all stakeholders, and establish robust management and reporting strategies. 


  • Working with Children Check
  • Confident, professional communication skills
  • Knowledge of National Quality Framework
  • Adaptable, Solutions-driven work ethic
  • Strong ability to establish relationships
  • Passion for OOSH
  • Proficient in use of technology
  • Driver’s License and vehicle allowing you to travel between workplaces

Highly Desirable:

  • Experience managing, coordinating or directing an OOSH Service
  • Diploma in Children’s Services or other relevant qualification
  • OWNA and/or XERO experience
  • Accredited First Aid, Asthma, Anaphylaxis and CPR training
  • Accredited Child Protection Training

Next Steps
For more information contact

To Apply, Please send the following to

  • Cover Letter addressing your capability for the role
  • Your resume or CV
  • A minimum of three professional references