We care about our team and place a strong value on our individual Educators, recognising the important work they do with children, families and the broader community.
That’s why we offer an environment that encourages autonomy and provides mentorship for everyone to perform to the best of their ability.
Our ‘strengths-based’ approach is designed to showcase the skills that all our Educators possess, providing opportunities for them to reach new heights and excel in areas of their greatest interest.
At the core of everything we do is our Professional Development Program that supports our team in their ongoing learning and development. Regardless of what level you’re at, we recognise that a positive attitude and work ethic are qualities we respect and appreciate the most.
We are always looking for new members to join our crew. We’re passionate about supporting people new to the industry, to help them learn the ropes and progress in their learning and career development.
Give us your contact details by clicking on the button below and filling out the form. We’ll then send you an email with more information on how to apply.
“Being part of the Paisley Park family has given me the skills and support needed so I can provide holistic care and education for our children and their families. The support I have been given has been unwavering and the opportunities for personal and professional growth have been outstanding, Paisley Park truly treats their people as extended family.”
“I love being a part of the Paisley Park family, because it is a supportive environment to learn and develop as an Educator. I love being a part of creating a centre where children learn and thrive and families feel confident in the quality of care provided.”
“I love being part of the Paisley Park family because as an Educator I have the privilege of travelling on the learning journey with the children and can plant the seed for a lifelong love of learning. As part of this team, I feel supported and encouraged in my career and in my aspirations as an Early Childhood Teacher”
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