TeamKids – Enriching Children's Lives!

05 Mar, 2019

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While working as a primary school teacher, Sam Hoath, realised that many families struggled to find high-quality care for their children during the school holidays, so he set out to change that.

Over the next seven years, Sam continuously delivered school holiday programs that were child-centred, run by highly experienced educators and founded upon the belief that school holidays should be a time for the children to have fun. TeamKids is now widely known across Victoria as the school holiday program provider of choice!

Based on Sam's unrelenting passion for enriching children's lives, TeamKids now delivers the same high-quality care in Before and After School and has begun expanding into the ACT, NSW and QLD.

TeamKids is passionate about providing children with exciting and engaging experiences, so they're very particular about choosing the right educators to be part of this fantastic team. They currently run a great program in Amaroo, and they’re looking for enthusiastic Educators to join their team! The team in Amaroo are remarkable, and anyone would be lucky to join them.

Do you think you have what it takes to enrich a child’s life? If so, you should apply now! They need Educators who are passionate about providing an excellent alternative for kids and parents, hold a Working With Vulnerable People check, preferably have experience in working with kids, ideally are studying towards or have obtained a relevant Education qualification, and are available to work between 7-9am and 3-6:30pm during the week!

You can check out their website for more information on what the role looks like, and you can also submit your application there as well. Let the fun begin!

 

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    TeamKids is the premium OSHC provider that exists to enrich children’s lives before school, after school and throughout the school holidays.

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