Early Childhood Management Services Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
- Early Childhood Management Services has 159 Employees.
- Early Childhood Management Services currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Early Childhood Management Services?
About ECMS For more than 20 years Early Childhood Management Services has been providing high quality early childhood education and care to children and families in many diverse communities across Melbourne, Victoria. Our network of kindergartens, early learning and care centres (childcare) and 3+ activity groups includes almost 80 services, touching the lives of 6500 children and families each week. A not-for-profit organisation, ECMS is dedicated to improving outcomes for Victorian children and families by providing high quality, accessible and inclusive early learning experiences and by being an agent of change in service delivery, policy and system design. View our 2015 Annual Report to learn more about how we are shaping a positive future for Victorian children, families and communities www.ecms.org.au/annualreport2015/ A career with ECMS ECMS has a range of fantastic career opportunities throughout Melbourne for educators and professionals across all levels. Visit our website for current vacancies www.ecms.org.au/career-opportunities-ecms or call Yen Truong on 8481 1121. Here’s just some of what you’ll love about being part of the ECMS team: 1. Attending regular high quality professional development training and events tailored to your needs. 2. Being mentored and supported by our dedicated team of early childhood specialists. 3. Connecting with peers from across ECMS at regular events and via our internal social networking site. 4. Using the latest technology to build relationships and make your job easier. 5. Being supported to progress your career within ECMS when you are ready for your next challenge. 6. Accessing great health and wellbeing benefits. 7. Taking advantage of special discounts and rewards. Discover more about ECMS at www.ecms.org.au Early childhood education and care, Community capacity building, Partnerships, Sector leadership, Community development, Workforce development, Service planning and development, Advocacy, Service qualitykeywords:N/A