Finding work in OSHC

We often get enquiries about people looking for work in OSHC services in SA. OSHC services employ both unqualified and qualified educators - however qualified educators are more highly sought after so you have a better chance of work if you have a diploma or degree in Care or Education, or you are a third or fourth year teaching student. Other requirements for undertaking work in the OSHC sector include a criminal history screening and Responding to Abuse and Neglect certification, but these can be undertaken by the workplace once you have found a position (although you cannot begin work with children until you have the correct police clearance).

Services generally employ staff individually - there is no one place to apply to for OSHC work. The best way to obtain work is to visit the OSHC services in your area and enquire about current and future opportunities. A listing of OSHC services/search engine in South Australia may be found here.

Alternatively you can look for positions advertised below, or on the following websites:


OSHC positions in SA