General Information

Business Unit: Operations

Department: Operations - In-Service

Description and Requirements

We are seeking a Coordinator to manage 85+ primary children, with a license capacity of 150 you need the experience and passion to grow and develop our Currimundi service.



As the Coordinator you will take ownership of your very own OSHC service.  This includes:

  • Mentor and develop a team of Educators;
  • Creative license to design and deliver value driven programs;
  • Ensuring NQF compliance of your service;
  • Fostering the outstanding existing relationship with the school and community links;
  • Developing fun, child-driven activities;
  • Utilise the interests and passions of children & staff in your service for creative programs;
  • Planning & resourcing healthy eating menus.


  • Permanent employment;
  • $65,000  - $68,000 pa package;
  • Support from engaged Staffing, Compliance, Recruitment, Customer Service and Billing departments to allow service focus;
  • Coordinator workshops to develop & enhance your skills and knowledge; 
  • Join a highly reputable OSHC provider with National presence;
  • Paid training in First Aid/CPR/Responsible Person, etc;
  • Employee Assistance Program - we care about your welfare!
  • Employee benefits program including discounts on movie tickets, travel, healthcare, dining, fuel and so much more.


This opportunity requires commitment, Monday - Friday during the school term & vacation care; 

  • Before School Care 6:30 - 8.45 am;
  • After School Care 2.15 - 6:00 pm;
  • Paid administration hours: 8.

Total hours: 38 hours per week.


  • Diploma/ Bachelors within relevant* discipline (working towards is acceptable);
  • The ability to manage & develop a team;
  • Experience with additional needs;
  • A current Blue Card;
  • The ability to pass a National Police Check.

Apply now!

In return, you will join an industry-leading provider with a great culture, as we continue ‘building brighter futures together’!

*Visit to review qualifications for working with school aged children.