Careers in Education and Care

At Capital Region Community Services (CRCS) we are always looking for passionate and friendly people to join our team in various roles within our Education and Care centres and programs.

If you like to share your skills and knowledge to create an inclusive and connected community, then CRCS is your next career move! As a community-based not-for-profit, people are at the centre of everything we do. Not only the people who access our services but also our valued employees.

What we offer:

  • A growth path for your career
  • Flexible work hours
  • Above award wages
  • Salary packaging options
  • An equal, inclusive, and diverse team
  • Up to 3 extra paid leave days on Christmas shutdown
  • Friendly and supportive environment
  • Training and Development Opportunities

A Community Approach

We take an approach of quality over quantity, this is why our Early Education Centres and Care Programs are small and intimate, allowing educators and team members to focus on the well-being of children and their families.

As a people-centred organisation, we deeply value the autonomy and unique skills and knowledge of each team member, however, we also ensure we provide them with a supportive and collaborative work environment to make their day-to-day fulfilling and enjoyable.

Becoming one of our educators is an extremely rewarding experience, because it allows you to contribute to the community by shaping the future generations, but also because it offers numerous opportunities for personal and professional growth. Being a great educator can bring immense personal fulfillment and help you be connected to your community, which can bring a great source of satisfaction and motivation to your life.

Start a Career in Education and Care

We also have traineeship opportunities available for those looking to kick-start their career in Education and Care! You will be paid to train and learn from amazing experienced educators, whilst completing a nationally recognised qualification with one of our partners.

As an educator, you are constantly learning and adapting to new technologies, teaching methods, and curriculums, which can help you develop new skills and knowledge that are valuable in both your personal and professional life. Being a successful educator often requires a high level of interpersonal skills, leadership, and creativity, all of which can enhance your career growth and provide you with more opportunities for advancement.

To learn more about traineeship roles at CRCS and how to get started, contact us at