G8 Education
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G8 Education Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Gary Carroll
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500m to $1bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Education
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Jobs

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Educator

Melbourne VIC

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Assistant Educator

Dandenong VIC

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Assistant Educator

Albury-Wodonga VIC

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Assistant Educator

Cairns QLD

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Assistant Educator

Brisbane QLD

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Casual Childcare Educator

Brisbane QLD

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Lead Educator

Melbourne VIC

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Casual Childcare Educator

Melbourne VIC

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Centre Manager

Albury-Wodonga VIC

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Early Childhood Teacher - Holland Park West World of Learning

Brisbane QLD

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Casual Childcare Educator

Albury-Wodonga VIC

1 day ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Assistant Centre Manager

Cairns QLD

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Full-time
Childhood Trainee

City of Hawkesbury NSW

2 days ago

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Assistant Educator

Central West NSW

2 days ago

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Casual Assistant Educator

Bass VIC

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Assistant Educator

Melbourne VIC

2 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Assistant Educator

Hunter Valley NSW

2 days ago

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Assistant Educator

Horsham VIC

2 days ago

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Assistant Educator

Sydney NSW

2 days ago

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Assistant Educator

North Shore NSW

2 days ago

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Salaries

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Popular Roles

Educational Assistant
$5,024 per month
Early Childhood Teacher
$6,142 per month
Educator
$5,791 per month

Education & Instruction

Early Childhood Teacher
$6,142 per month
Educator
$5,791 per month
Teacher
$6,667 per month

Community & Social Service

Educational Assistant
$5,024 per month
Relief Worker
$5,202 per month

Food Preparation & Service

Cook
$4,943 per month
Chef
$22.63 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 138 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Cartwright World of Learning Assistant Centre Manager in Campbelltown NSW
on 23 March 2020
Childcare
Childcare is hard, if you don't have the right team, managers or support it dosnt work, don't put work before your health, it will defeat you. Put your heart and soul into it but don't let it rule you.
Assistant in Bentley WA
on 25 February 2021
Productive and fun place to work
Staff are so lovely and friendly! Very nice ,creative ,inspired clean environment! Feel reflex to work with the team ! The leaders are very kind to help new staff!
Assistant Educator in Sydney NSW
on 15 September 2020
Demanding and micro-managing. Manager and Lead Educators abusive.
When the manager interviewed me at the start, she asked me how is my English. I replied, I have no problem and in fact I have worked in an office environment before. She acted surprised and rudely asked, "How did that happen?!!" whilst shuffling through my CV. I should have turned around that time.. Lead educators often disappear with excuses like, "I have to check something quick" or "I have to talk to *manager* about something" When you pass by the office, they panic and starts talking about other things related to the centre. They leave the workload to the supporting staff. When it is their time to do an activity, they do something unmotivating activity then copy-pastes their old diary entry. Area manager comes often to "check" on things around. She goes one time around the centre(most often not even the whole centre) then sits back in the office with the centre manager to continue their blatant gossiping. G8 and managers are focused on the health of their circle of friends. ALWAYS throwing a party or "meeting" in the centre. Meanwhile, we, the staff, who work the hard work are not supported and dumped with more and more paperwork. Not enough time to finish anything!! When nothing is finished, they come back and tells us that, "You have to do this. Why are you not doing this?" If you tell them not enough time or staff, the answer is always the same: "I am trying to find one". The amount of paperwork is also astounding, it is micro-managing everybody. That is not how you improve the centre. Support your staff--not through filling more unnecessary documents--reward them properly: Pay them decent, give them resources, renovate the centres, and tell the lead educators to go back to their room and lift their own load. The educator-children ratio is beyond poor. My colleagues and I fill up the WWCC document honestly(don't want to be in trouble with the gov) and the manager comes and changes the no. of educator. She would claim that she is counted in the no. of educator but she NEVER comes to the room to participate. Daily diary programs are a lot to do in a day with the number of children. We often go through them with the kids like stamping documents. I don't think they learn a lot but going through the obstacle course only in one go. Let me go back to the manager and lead educators. When they lose their patience, they drag children on their wrists across the room to silence them and make them behave. When the manager comes in the room and a child is misbehaving, she would roll her eyes around then shouts at the child, "You are acting like a baby!!" as she walks out of the room. They act so nice and sweet with the parents... if only they know. Most of the colleagues are wonderful, nice and funny. Families are nice and the children sweet. I loved them so much, too bad I didn't get to say good bye properly.
Lead Educator in Cairns QLD
on 15 September 2020
stressful work place
worked here for years , company doesnt respect you or the children only care about the income. Always over ratioed under staff, company protects their assets more then their staff
Lead Educator in Melbourne VIC
on 11 August 2020
Go elsewhere!!!
Forced into using all leave entitlements during COVIDs first wave, now second time around we have no leave and they’re cutting hours with no pay. They don’t care about their employees at all. Prior to COVID - not rewarded for any extra hours put in, given minimal programming time, no training time & not reimbursed for resources brought - stingy & tight & management are snooty & ignore floor staff- the ones who actually do the hard work !!
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