Western Sydney University Early Learning - Working With Us

Western Sydney University Early Learning Centres provides services of excellence in childcare, early learning and other children's services at six locations on the Western Sydney University campuses.

Western Sydney University Early Learning is a modern organisation with a commitment to equity and fairness. It is an Early Childhood Organisation that puts knowledge to work in the provision of services to children that are high in quality care and early learning experiences, within a stimulating, inclusive and nurturing environment.

Western Sydney University Early Learning works in partnership with families, Western Sydney University and our diverse community.

Centres within Western Sydney University Early Learning provide a 'place to grow' in understanding, tolerance, compassion and insight; and cherish exploration and enquiry at the edge of disciplinary convention and at the forefront of professional practice.

Positions Vacant

Early Childhood Traineeships

Are you looking for a career in Early Childhood Education and Care, perhaps you are a recent school leaver, or you are looking for new career direction? A traineeship is a great way to get a head start in your career:

  • We provide support and mentoring to help you be successful
  • You earn money
  • You get work experience

Western Sydney University Early Learning provides services of excellence in childcare, early learning and has children's services at six locations on the Western Sydney University campuses, Bankstown, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury, Parramatta and Penrith.

Western Sydney University Early Learning Centres currently has traineeships available at our services

Selection criteria:

  • Have or be willing to obtain a Working with the Children Check and Police check
  • Be motivated and enthusiastic
  • Be well presented and well spoken
  • Have a passion to work with and educate young children

To be considered for the position Applicants must:

  • send a copy of your resume to the address or email listed below
  • include a cover letter specifying which of our services you are interested in working at

wsuell@westernsydney.edu.au

Western Sydney University Early Learning Excellence in Service Awards

Western Sydney University Early Learning is proud of our dedicated and talented staff and congratulate our Service Champion Awards and the Excellence Service Award Winners.

The awards further support our staff to continue to prosper at Western Sydney University Early Learning and provide further growth opportunities.

2019 UWSELL Excellence in Service Awards

To be announced at the Western Sydney University Annual University Awards

2019 WSUELL Service Champion Awards

  • Bankstown - Allysa Campbell
  • Blacktown - Nicole Johnson
  • Campbelltown - Katelyn Parkyns
  • Hawkesbury - Catherine Dunk
  • Parramatta - Silvana Quiroz
  • Penrith - Danielle Azzopardi
  • Trainee of the year - Clair Allara

2018 UWSELL Excellence in Service Awards

Winner

Vanesssa Sultana - “Vanessa has a leading role in developing collaborative partnerships with the community, including our families , the university community and the broader communities.   Vanessa has inspired and supported the whole team to develop an ongoing commitment to building curriculum that links with family culture, local community awareness and become a vital part of the university community.”

2018 WSUELL Service Champion Awards

  • Bankstown - Aamna Imtiaz
  • Blacktown - Yun Sun
  • Campbelltown - Marnie Murphy
  • Hawkesbury - Vanessa Sultana
  • Parramatta - Debbie Simula
  • Penrith - Monique Frances
  • Trainee of the year - Alice He

2017 UWSELL Excellence in Service Awards

Winner

Jacqueline Coleman - is a long term employee of Western Sydney University Early Learning, she is an exceptional educator whose dedication and commitment is unquestionable. Jacqueline goes above and beyond to ensure best outcomes and high quality care for all children and families. This dedication combined with her enthusiasm, professionalism and outstanding knowledge of childhood development enable Jacqueline to be a leader in the field and a great advocate for Western Sydney University Early Learning and the Early Childhood Education and Care community.

Highly Commended

Tracy Ryan - Educator Penrith Service

Brooke Burke - Educator Campbelltown Service

2017 WSUELL Service Champion Awards

  • Bankstown - Karen Ollerenshaw
  • Blacktown - Jacqueline Coleman
  • Campbelltown - Brooke Burke
  • Hawkesbury - Catherine Dunk
  • Parramatta - Faith Timothy
  • Penrith - Tracy Ryan

2014 UWSELL Excellence in Service Awards

Winner

Tegan Spencer

"I thought the physical initiative was an outstanding innovation"  "Experiences such as these are likely to have a lasting impression on the children involved"  "Great use of the Gym for the benefit of the children" "excellent healthy focus with initiatives involving kids Gym and walk a thon"

Highly commended

Katelyn Parkyns - Educator Campbelltown

Saira Mirza - Educator Hawkesbury

Western Sydney University Early Learning Enterprise Agreement 2016 -2019

Salary and conditions of Western Sydney University Early Learning employees are in accordance with the Western Sydney University Early Learning Services Enterprise Agreement 2016 -2019 (opens in a new window) .