G8 Education

Working at G8 Education: Company Overview and Reviews

G8 Education
G8 Education
3.5
130 reviews
G8 Education Ratings
3.5
Average rating of 130 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.2Pay & Benefits
3.5Job Security & Advancement
3.3Management
3.5Culture
Headquarters
Varsity Lakes
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Education and Schools

Popular jobs at G8 Education

 Average SalarySalary Range
Educational Assistant
329 salaries reported
$5,025
per month
$2,800-$7,600
Early Childhood Teacher
257 salaries reported
$6,228
per month
$3,100-$9,700
Educator
127 salaries reported
$5,794
per month
$2,800-$8,700
Childcare Provider
105 salaries reported
$5,361
per month
$2,800-$8,100
Center Manager
74 salaries reported
$6,227
per month
$3,100-$9,400
Salary Satisfaction
38%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 102 reviews

G8 Education Reviews

Overall Reviews at G8 Education

3.0
Center Manager | Campbelltown NSW | 23 Mar. 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.
3.0
Nursery Room Leader | Glenfield NSW | 6 Jul. 2015
Great overall work atmosphere
Staff are amazing and supportive. I have learnt how to work with others to reach a common goal I also developed the skills required to manage a group of people to reach a set goal. I loved working with the children and being able to be creative and be myself not having to rein in my love for children's songs and dancing badly. The hardest part of the job were all the changing regulations and methods on how certain tasks were to be performed
3.0
Educational Assistant | New South Wales | 25 Feb. 2018
A small and friendly centre wth lots of incredible staff
I really loved working at this centre. I learned a great deal and was able to grow as an educator due to the support and training provided from Management at the time.
Prosmade good friends, built confidence and learned new skills
ConsPart-Contract was only on a contract basis, which was only valid for a year at a time
5.0
Early Childhood Teacher | Burton SA | 9 May 2018
Productive and fun workplace
Amazing staff and families to work with, energetic team, management always there when need help, great community. Open and bright rooms when you walk in, nice filled cupboards and tables full of childrens activities to do
4.0
Childcare Provider | Tenambit NSW | 16 Aug. 2017
Very comfortable and kind environment
The staff and management at the centre i work is very nice, everyone is very kind and willing to help. The children at the centre i work at are wonderful and behaved, the experiences made for the children are age appropriate and the children always enjoy them. The staff and management are sometimes unorganised with shifts and what is happening, they often have to check things and see each other to fix miss communication.
ProsPositive environment
ConsSometimes unorganised
3.0
Childcare Provider | Morningside QLD | 2 Nov. 2015
productive workplace
Co- workers are helpful and friendly.The best thing i like in this centre is they use sustainable material for learning resources.
Consno siting arrangements for staff
5.0
Group Leader | Sydney NSW | 20 Mar. 2016
Great team of educators.
I was able to build on my experience, wile working with an amazing bunch of educators. The most enjoyable part of my job was watching the children grow, learn and transition over their time at community kids.
5.0
Early Childhood Teacher | Merrylands NSW | 8 Aug. 2017
Very wonderful place to work, all the staffs are helpful and friendly and easy to work with.
I have been working with this company since last 2 years. I find this place very nice. Feels like second home to me. Understanding director. Helpful co-workers. Everyday I am learning new things from my senior educators. They respect and value the culture. Equality is the first priority of this place. Children comes first. Taking care of them, teaching them, make them feel comfortable and confident so that they can be good human being in the future is the philosophy. Welcoming parents. Make them think and feel happy that they are not leaving their child in strangers hand. Over all I would like to say the best place ever that I have worked with.
Pros10 mins paid lunch breaks, 50% discount to permanent staffs child
ConsSome time have to stay back an hour or 45 mins in order to balance the ratio
4.0
Childcare Provider | Australian Capital Territory | 18 Mar. 2019
excellent team, great managment
I enjoyed working for nurture one Holt in Canberra it was fun and they were very flexible with the hours I worked, the director was amazing and the work place was very inclusive
4.0
Early Childhood Teacher | Secret Harbour WA | 1 Oct. 2018
Early education
Learned about adapting to change of environment and routine. Often working in different educators rooms on short notice. Routine of each room different but still had same principal of duty of care to children which taught structure.

Questions And Answers about G8 Education

Does G8 Education require a background check? What kind of background check does G8 Education do?
Asked 11 May 2017
Police Check
Answered 1 Dec. 2018
Police Check and Working with Children's Card
Answered 25 Apr. 2018
How should you prepare for an interview at G8 Education?
Asked 11 May 2017
I moved house so had to travel some distance.
Answered 18 Jun. 2019
Be prepared
Answered 8 Mar. 2019
Why do/did you like working at G8 Education?
Asked 26 Jun. 2018
Training was excellent as not only very easy to accomplish goals but very supportive as well
Answered 22 Jan. 2020
The team support me lots
Answered 18 Mar. 2019
What is the company culture like at G8 Education?
Asked 20 Jun. 2018
Horrible place. Bullying culture as well as semi or unqualified staff.
Answered 4 May 2019
Great. Everyone is really supportive and works together to get things done.
Answered 18 Mar. 2019
What culture that G8education respect the most?
Asked 22 Mar. 2018
Respect and compassion
Answered 19 Mar. 2019
Making a profit at the expense of children, families and educators.
Answered 29 Sep. 2018