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Find the OSHC role for your lifestyle.
Whether you'd prefer to work before or after school, only during the holidays or a combination of both - anzuk Education can help you find the perfect fit. At anzuk, we specialise in placing OSHC roles in before and after school and holiday care programmes, including:
We work with a range of schools and are always looking for enthusiastic staff to work with primary aged children at before and after school care facilities. We look for enthusiastic, confident educators who strive to always create exceptional experiences every day.
Whether you're new to the education environment, more experienced with a background in childcare or returning to work we'd love to hear from you!
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Thank you to anzuk for their hard work in obtaining employment for myself. It has been a joy to work with your agency, the wonderful staff... It's a pleasure to talk to them.
Donna - Relief Teaching Assistant
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