Child and Young Person (CYP) Casual Worker


About the role

WAGEC is looking to build a pool of casual CYP workers to assist with child-minding and support group activities at our refuge sites in the Inner West.

These roles support our SEED program - which identifies and works to support the Social, Emotional, Educational and Development needs of children and young people whose lives are impacted by homelessness and domestic and family violence.

This is a practical and physical role supervising children aged 5 years and under during weekly playgroups and women’s groups throughout school terms. WAGEC supports a one worker to three children or less model of care. Shifts may vary between 3-6 hours per week, Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am – 4pm.

Please read the full job description here.

Our ideal candidate:

Ideally, candidates will have experience and/or qualifications in early childcare/education or community services or be working towards obtaining qualifications. Applications from students qualifying in these areas are welcome. We’re looking for candidates who can engage safely and creatively with children, who understand child development and who are sensitive to the complexities involved in working with children who have experienced trauma.

To apply:

Please read the full job description here.

Please send your current resume and a brief cover letter outlining what you could bring to this role and your current availability to  

For any questions or enquiries, please contact Andrea Watkins, Director of People and Culture via or 0437615061.