Information for EducatorsIf you enjoy supporting young children in their development and want the freedom and flexibility to choose your own hours, In Home Care could be the perfect career path for you.
In Home care educators play an important role in the lives of families and many educators make lifetime connections for this reason.
What do Educators do?
In Home Care educators provide education and care for children in their family’s home.
They are self-employed professionals who support families that work nonstandard hours, are geographically isolated or have challenging or complex family needs.
Requirements for a NSWIHC Educator:
- At least a certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or willing to enrol. Teaching degrees and higher early childhood education qualifications and similar equivalents may be acceptable.
- Current certificates for the following, or willing to attain: First Aid, CPR, Working with Vulnerable People/Working with Children Check, Police Check and Public Liability Insurance.
- At least 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccinations
The Benefits of In Home Care and Working with Us
NSW In Home Care aims to support the growing number of families who are trying to balance work and family commitments.
We take the time to understand the educators’ needs so we facilitate a match that works best for everyone.
We can upskill our educators through flexible online, accredited courses and professional development webinars to ensure quality care.
Educator Financial Package
We offer a financial ‘Start Up package’ to educators, where we cover up to $1,500 of their insurance, resources and educational training.
Flexible Work Hours
We offer great flexibility both in and outside the hours of childcare – this is anytime around the clock that suits you, 7 days a week!
Begin a highly rewarding career in In Home Child Care
Learn how you can positively impact the development and growth of children every day.