Child Care Jobs in Melbourne
If you’re ready to take the next step in your Early Childhood Education career, Busy Bees is a family-first service provider that offers every employee the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally with our team.
Whether you’re new to the child care industry or you’re an experienced educator, our Melbourne-based team has exciting job opportunities. As global industry leaders in Early Childhood Education and Care, we are recognised for our commitment to quality care that helps children flourish.
For more information about our outstanding employee benefits and what it’s like being a part of the Busy Bees team, please see our careers page.
Melbourne Childcare Jobs
Beyond a commitment to professional growth, outstanding employee well-being, and a family-focused environment, every employee at Busy Bees is offered:
- Access to training and professional development
- Career progression opportunities
- Reward and recognition program
- Above-award wages and discounts off childcare gap fees (when your child is enrolled at a Busy Bees Centre)
If you would like a fulfilling career in Early Childhood Education and Care, view our Melbourne childcare jobs today.
A traineeship allows you to gain paid hands-on experience in early childhood education while completing your related studies.
An Educator provides support for the Lead Educators in implementing quality education for children and building trusting relationships with the children and their families. We have casual, part-time and full-time Educator roles available.
A Lead Educator implements quality education programs for children that are based on the pedagogy of the centre, ensuring all learning outcomes of the EYLF are being met in a play-based environment.
Early Childhood Teacher (ECT)
Early Childhood Teachers are passionate about supporting children’s transition to school through the development of Kindergarten/Preschool Programs.
An Educational Leader is essential in collaborating with Lead Educators and Educators to provides curriculum direction and guidance.
2IC / Assistant Director
The Assistant Director provides an integral support function for Centre Directors, Educators and families by offering their expertise and guidance to support positive outcomes for children and their families.
Our Centre Directors are exceptional leaders who are crucial to our organisation. They are known to build strong relationships with families, their team and their local communities.