educator resume example with 7+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
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Enthusiastic Early childhood educator with over 20 years of experience instructing students with wide range of learning abilities. Committed to creating motivational and collaborative learning environments that encourage social and emotional growth. Strategic in blending organizational skills thorough educational background.

My Aim is to provide high quality education and care for All children, achieved by contributing to a centre with a safe and stimulating environment; An environment that promotes exploration and expression of thought through play.

I have extensive experience in working with children with various developmental challenges and have the following:

  • Current, ACECQA approved First Aid Qualifications including, First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis Certificates.
  • Current Working with Children/Police Check - WWC0269107E
  • Lesson Planning
  • Curriculum Development
  • Instructional Materials Creation
  • Learning Assessments
Education and Training
Recognition First , Expected in 12/2009 Diploma of Children's Services : - GPA :
Institute of TAFE Moss Vale, NSW, Expected in 12/1994 Associate Diploma of Social Science : Child Studies - GPA :
Institute of TAFE Moss Vale, NSW, Expected in 12/1992 Certificate - Child Studies : Understanding Children - GPA :
Chevalier College Bowral, NSW Expected in 12/1991 Higher School Certificate : - GPA :
AmbervaleMenagleInstitute of TAFE - Illawarra Wollongong, NSW, Expected in Bachelor of Education : Early Childhood - GPA :
Right At School - Educator
New Brunswick, NJ, 10/2019 - Current
  • Supported and assisted with the provision of high quality, developmentally appropriate early childhood education to children from 3 years of age through to School age within a warm, welcoming, inclusive and safe environment;
  • Deliver individual person-centered and family-focused programs for all children including children with developmental delay and/or diagnosed with a disability where all children, their parents, carers, families and advocates are welcomed with respect and dignity;
  • Promoted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child including:

Article 23: Children who have any kind of disability should receive special care and support so they can live a full and independent life

Article 28: Children have the right to an education

Article 29: Education should develop each child's personality and talents to the full;

  • Supported and assisted with the provision of an accessible and welcoming early childhood education program for all children including children who are:
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander from culturally and linguistically diverse communities
  • from all religious and non-religious beliefs
  • from all socio-economic environments
  • from all family and/or carer cohorts and combinations;
  • To understand and deliver an inclusive environment focusing on the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children with developmental delay and or diagnosed with a disability such as Autism Spectrum Disorder Levels 1, 2 and 3, Down syndrome and complex medical conditions;
  • To commit to and develop positive, supportive partnerships with parents, carers, families and advocates to maximise each child's choices and opportunities in their early childhood education program;
  • supported and assisted with the provision of an environment that empowers all children to actively pursue their own learning therefore ultimately fostering a love of lifelong learning and feelings of self-worth and wellbeing:
  • To understand and encourage all children to gain independence and autonomy by facilitating opportunities to problem-solve, to be creative, to explore and to take safe risks;
  • To be aware of and provide opportunities for all children to experience a sense of achievement and accomplishment whilst being stimulated and challenged in accordance with their individual interests, gifts, talents, abilities and additional needs;
  • To lead small and large groups of children based on an understanding of early childhood development and evidence-based practice;
  • To be both proactive and responsive when working with the Early Childhood Teacher and liaising with children's parents, carers, families and advocates:
  • To undertake and record observations and subsequently provide updated information during forward planning and programming based on sound oral and written communication Skills;
  • To understand and support each child's Transition To School (TTS) plan into the most appropriate School setting when they commence their Kindergarten placement:
  • To understand and support the short-term goals and medium- and long-term outcomes that have been collaboratively determined in children's Team Around the Child (TAC) meetings and included in their Individual Learning Plans (ILP);
  • To be committed to a team of educators by ensuring that innovative high quality evidence-based early childhood education programs are delivered responsively and inclusively across the service;
  • To understand and implement weekly programs that are based on and reflect each child's stage of development, preferred style of learning, abilities and additional needs;
  • To understand and contribute to assessment, evaluation and critical reflection as an integral aspect of our Quality Improvement Plan (QIP);
Only About Children - Room Leader
City, STATE, 07/2017 - 09/2019
  • Planned and implemented engaging activities to encourage creativity and expression.
  • Assisted children in development of social, communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Guided children through engaging and productive activities to foster fun learning environment.
  • Communicated with parents about daily activities and any concerning behaviors.
  • Cared for children of various ages and assisted with feeding, dressing and daily activities.
Bellbirds Early Learning Centre - Educational Leader
City, STATE, 07/2015 - 06/2017
  • Prepared meals, snacks and refreshments for children according to dietary needs and restrictions.
  • Communicated with parents about daily activities and any concerning behaviors.
  • Balanced schedules to promote optimal rest, play and educational periods.
  • Enforced rules to teach good manners and maintain safe environment.
  • Organized and planned age-appropriate reading, crafts and music lessons.
  • Supervised and cared for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years.

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School Attended

  • Recognition First
  • Institute of TAFE
  • Institute of TAFE
  • Chevalier College
  • AmbervaleMenagleInstitute of TAFE - Illawarra

Job Titles Held:

  • Educator
  • Room Leader
  • Educational Leader


  • Diploma of Children's Services
  • Associate Diploma of Social Science
  • Certificate - Child Studies
  • Higher School Certificate
  • Bachelor of Education

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