We are seeking a part-time (15-17 hours per week, depending on qualifications) Early Childhood Administrator. This will be a diverse role including administration and contact/relief education. Applicants will preferably hold a minimum of a Certificate III in Children’s Services.

Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School is a beautiful, well-established K-12 co-educational, non-denominational Steiner school situated in the outer eastern suburb of Warranwood, Victoria on 30 acres of tendered bushland. In this natural, idyllic environment, we have an Early Childhood Faculty for 3-6-year olds, facilitated by enthusiastic, creative and flexible teachers.


Tasks of the Early Childhood Administrator include:

  • Managing all appropriate EC education compliance requirements
  • Facilitating kindergarten policies, process review and implementation
  • Maintaining the Quality Improvement Plan
  • Collecting and confidentially maintaining family and children’s data
  • Ensuring the Kindergarten Information Management system (including support with SRF) is updated and maintained
  • Attending Kindergarten Faculty meetings, keeping teachers and families up to date with select correspondence
  • Working alongside our after-school care program co-ordinator to ensure inclusion and compliance within our early childhood realm
  • Providing other administrative duties as they arise
  • Covering the lunch breaks for the Kindergarten educators.


Please provide two referees and demonstrate your understanding of the position in writing addressing:

  • Your commitment to and understanding of Steiner education, especially in relation to the early years
  • Your knowledge of current regulations and the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development framework
  • Evidence of current Working With Children’s Check or VIT Early Childhood Teaching registration.


Applicants must have a sound understanding of, and commitment to, current Child Safety Standards.

“Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School is committed to the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children and young people including those with a disability, indigenous Australians, children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, gender diverse and international students and children unable to live at home. This will be a primary focus of our care and decision-making. Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School has zero tolerance for child abuse.”


Only people with the right to work in this country may apply for this position.

Applications should comprise a current CV and cover letter, as well as the names and contact details of two referees, by 5pm Wednesday 19th June 2024.
Email: [email protected]

Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School
19 June 2024
MRSS Office