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At anzuk, we specialise in supply work and permanent roles in nursery settings. 

If helping our littlest learners is what you do best, we're here to help you find the best position. We place talented professionals with a wide range of experience, including:

  • Degree qualified nursery teachers
  • Nursery nurses
  • Nursery assistants
  • Management staff

We look for enthusiastic, confident individuals who strive to always create exceptional experiences every day. Whether you're new to the nursery environment, more experienced or returning to work we'd love to hear from you!

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Professional Development

You don't stop learning once you leave the classroom. anzuk offers ongoing PD sessions to equip you with the skills to be more effective at work, grow and develop your career. All our PD sessions and facilitators are fully accredited, with sessions targeted toward current trends in education.

You get treated as a person not a number. When discussing availability of work, everything that was said has been true. I have a no stress enjoyable workspace working with anzuk.

Alison - Early Childhood Educator in Melbourne

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