Careers at Ambrose

A place staff love to be

Are you passionate about helping children reach their potential?

Are you looking for a workplace where you are respected and encouraged to grow?

Ambrose may be the place where you belong.

Ambrose is a social enterprise of the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta Services Limited (CDPSL), a not-for-profit charity supporting communities within the Parramatta Diocese. We operate over 55 services including Early Learning, School Age Care and Vacation Care within the Parramatta, Hills, Blacktown, Hawkesbury/Nepean and Blue Mountains regions – and we are continuing to grow.

Ambrose is a positive place where children flourish, parents feel supported, and staff love to be. Our values of Respect, Encouragement and Care guide everything we do.

We need the right people to continue our work. If you are you passionate about helping children reach their potential then Ambrose may be the right career move for you.

Benefits of a career with us

As well as a competitive salary we offer:

comprehensive induction programs

regular training and professional development

opportunities for career development and progession

access to Educational Leaders who provide coaching and guidance to educator teams to ensure the very best for children

opportunities for networking and collaboration with other services

a supportive team environment.

Ambrose Pathways

Our Pathway programs are designed to nurture, inspire and encourage people who want to start or progress their career in Children’s Services.

Discover a range of exciting programs and study options here.

Ambrose services are faith based and built on Catholic values. Our services are inclusive, caring and open to all families, children and staff regardless of race, gender or religion.

Ambrose is a licensed ECEC Service Provider operating under the National Quality Framework

Working With Children Checks and other screening requirements are mandatory.

Join us and make a difference in lives of children

Find a rewarding position with Ambrose here