Motorcycle Delivery Rider

We provide the bike. You BYO helmet!

Are you the person we are looking for?

If so, you will have a strong work ethic with initiative, high integrity and solid motorbike riding experience.

About us:

85% of our team recommend us as a great place to work.

80% of our team say that their life has been changed for the better through their work with us.

Church 4 Life Clothing Collectors is a business of Church 4 Life Ltd. As a charity we have an honest, respectful and hardworking team of volunteers and employees who work together to distribute blue bags inviting the community to donate clothing to be collected, processed and sent to developing countries to help poor people. We help Aussies and save thousands of kilograms of clothing from going into landfill each year.

We are a friendly, passionate and diverse bunch who love the exciting adventures of a growing charity and the opportunities to bless people that come our way.

Our Mission is to see 1,000 local lives changed through who we are and what we do by 4 April 2027.

To read some of the stories of people who have been helped by our charity go to

About you:

This position would ideally suit someone who has always dreamed of being a postie and riding a bike for work. You are self-motivated, enjoy working on your own, are hardworking, honest, physically fit and enthusiastic about making the world a better place.

You must have current motorbike license. International license ok.

About the job:

We are looking for motivated people to distribute bags and flyers to letterboxes.

We have multiple positions currently available based on the Central Coast and Newcastle areas. Full time, part time and regular casual work available.

You will be working from home most days and coming into the office as needed.

What you will do in this job:

Distribute bags and/or flyers to mailboxes in given areas, meeting minimum daily targets
Read maps
Mark and return maps in a timely manner
Work towards team goals
Cleaning and general maintenance of motorcycle e.g., tyres, oil
Report mechanical concerns for motor bike
Driving motorcycle
Other duties as required
Does this describe you?

Strong work ethic with drive, initiative and high integrity
Able to read a map and strategically plan an efficient route
Be self-motivated and enjoy working alone
Able to achieve minimum daily targets
Hold a current NSW motorbike licence or international licence that includes motorcycles with an excellent driving record
Be willing to work outdoors in all weather
Wear Personal Protection Equipment and follow WHS requirements
Willing to work in an overtly Christian organization
Benefits of Joining Our Team

Rewarding workplace where your work makes a difference locally and globally
Opportunities to grow in your career
Friendly team environment in a growing charity
Attractive NFP salary sacrifice package available
What next:

If you are someone with an excellent driving record, who goes above and beyond, meets the above criteria and this is the opportunity you are looking for, submit your resume and a cover letter, addressed to the Church 4 Life pastor, selling me on the 3 reasons why you would be ideal for this job to as soon as you can.

Applications will be reviewed within 48 hours of receipt and candidates contacted by email with next steps.

Communications Coordinator

Communications Coordinator – 12 Hours per week

Position Description: The Communications Coordinator is to assist the leadership in the creation of high-quality communication in the life of Terrigal Uniting Church. The role is responsible for communicating with the worshiping members of our church and the wider community through written and visual methods. It involves working closely with the Minister of the Word (MOW) and Elders to communicate key messages within the church and out into the community in keeping with the theology and practice of Terrigal Uniting Church.

Tasks include:

  • Various design tasks, including but not limited to: Weekly Electronic Communication, Promotional Flyers for activities and events, Website and Social Media Platforms
  • Conceptualise and execute Marketing strategies for church events and activities
  • Create and/or edit general church communications (e.g. advice of new processes or upcoming meetings/votes)

Role Specific:    

  • Effective personal time management, planning and control skills
  • Excellent oral communication, presentation, negotiation and discussion skills
  • Capacity to develop constructive relationships with other personnel within Terrigal Uniting Church
  • Advanced technical computer and multimedia skills
  • Demonstrated creative ability
  • Understanding of social media and its potential to communicate – and display safe use thereof
  • Liaising with and supporting external stakeholders as required


  • Strong Christian faith and commitment to spiritual development
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent IT skills with experience on a wide range of software
  • Proven administration and organisational skills
  • Hold a working with children clearance issued by the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian and verified on-line by the employer and willing to have a NSW Police heck

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Richard Harris. Expressions of interests can be emailed to Richard at by Sunday 26th March 2023.

Disability Support Workers * 2

Providing care and support to clients in line with their personalised care plans, including:

• Personal tasks
• Domestic assistance
• Respite
• Social support
• Transport
• Meal preparation
• Group participation
• Life skills development

Your role will be to support our clients in their day-to-day living, including personal care, washing, cleaning, laundry, preparing and cooking meals and shopping.

Support Workers will provide our clients with opportunities for choice, self-advocacy and participation.

Your primary duty is to ensure a high-quality delivery of care to our service users. You are expected to contribute to our participants feeling respected, safe and protected from exploitation, negligence and/or abuse. You have the responsibility to report any inappropriate, actual or suspected, treatment of participants to your Manager.

Disability Support Workers’ professional engagement with clients should be modelled by generating quality person-centred care. They will facilitate clients’ access to the community, including group/program/individual activities aimed at supporting and assisting persons with a disability in their community environment. Staff are also expected to present a positive and professional image of the organisation when interacting with clients, family members, advocates, service providers, funding bodies and the general community.

Hygiene Needs
• Showering and bathing including eye and oral care
• Dressing and grooming
• Toileting and continence management
• Washing, hanging and storage of clothing or linen
• Keeping participant’s room and environment tidy and clean

Dietary & Nutrition Needs
• Grocery Shopping
• Meal planning, preparation and or set up and assist with feeding
• Supervising or administration medication
• Arrange transport an support participants to attend medical appointments
• Sending prescriptions and collecting medication from pharmacy
• Monitoring blood pressure, pain, wounds and dressings if required
• Behaviour Supports as specified in the participant’s Behaviour Plan

Personal Administration
• Shopping for and with participants
• Banking and paying bills if applicable

Activities of Daily Living
• Carry out as instructed and/or designated and demonstrate initiative, tasks and activities aimed at meeting the participant’s personal/living community needs, team objectives and/or program goals which is consistent with the organisation’s practices
• Ensure participant’s appliances and equipment are kept clean and in good working condition.
• Perform household duties

Mobility and Transfers
• Assist participants with mobility requirements in accordance with training provided and the relevant workplace health and safety standard.
• Correctly and appropriately use mobility aids such as walking aids, belts, lifters, foot/let supports or prosthetics and transfers

Occupational Health and Safety
• Reporting faulty, damaged or missing equipment as soon as possible by writing in communication book, hazard register and informing Team Leader.
• Adhering to Manual Handling Policies
• Be aware of safe working conditions and implement safe working practices in all work areas

• Facilitate community inclusion and participation, dependent on individual needs, abilities and preferences, and support participants to establish and maintain relationships and interests through access to the community activities, venues and services.
• Promote empowerment and the right to choice for service users within the community
• Participate in developing individual program plans and be accountable for their outcomes.

Additional Supports
*Adequate training and assessment required prior to performing these tasks*
• Gastronomy or PEG feeding
• Catheter Management (indwelling or suprapubic)
• Checking blood sugar levels

Professional Development, Education and Training
• Maintain current knowledge and understanding of the relevant organisational policies, procedures and guidelines
• To embrace change in line with principles of continuous improvement and play an active role in the future developing and direction of the organisation
• When required, orientation of new staff
• Actively participate in on-the-job training

• Participate in meetings and training sessions
• Promote and maintain a positive and safe working environment for all.

Conduct and Behaviour
• Carry out and promote positive routines, duties and or activities in a respectful and flexible manner, which are meaningful and purposeful to the participant
• Encourage positive and socially appropriate behaviour and effectively manage challenging behaviour
• Respond to a crisis within specified guidelines (i.e. Disability Services Manual, Code of Conduct, Policies and Procedures, service duty roster), and seek assistance to situations outside of specified instructions

Communication and Documentation
• Abide by organisation communication, reporting and participant progress practices and procedures by maintaining timely and accurate records.
• Work with participants, family members and other stakeholders in a collaborative and supportive manner
• Report potential hazards, incidents, and concerns in a time and professional manner
• Cert III Individual Support, Mental Health, Aged Care, Community Services, Disability Work or similar.

• Current WWCC, NDIS Worker Screening Check and First Aid Certificate

• Drivers License

• Reliable and comprehensively insured vehicle

• Smart phone
• Minimum 6 months relevant experience

• Experience supporting People with Disability.

• Demonstrated Continuing Professional Development.

• Knowledge of continuous quality improvement principles
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Ability to build rapport and trust with clients.

• Strong time management and ability to prioritise.

• Ability to use Microsoft Office suite of programs and other computer systems for record keeping.

• Excellent problem solving and conflict management skills.

• Ability to work as part of a team and maintain good working relationships.

• Demonstrated ability to establish a professional working relationship with participants that is supportive, encouraging and in line with their individual personal plan.

• Demonstrated skills supporting and caring for participants with a complex support need e.g., challenging behaviours, complex medical supports.

• Ability and willingness to work in a diverse range of settings including but not limited to-a person’s home or place of residence, other services, community groups and different community settings.

• A commitment to the values of dignity, respect, inclusion, empowerment, confidentiality, and strength-based practice.
• Knowledge and ability to apply the principles and guidelines of the Disability Services Act (2006).

• A positive and professional attitude about personal care work.

• Possess well-developed written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including the conflict resolution, negotiation, problem-solving, and the ability to communicate effectively as a member of a team. (the team may consist of other disability support workers and the coordinator, families, clients)

• Commitment to adhere to guidelines around privacy and confidentiality and all other BDS policies and procedures.

• General awareness of health and safety issues and demonstrated ability to perform all physical requirements of the position.

• Demonstrate the ability to work autonomously and using initiative within parameters of Beyond Disability Supports policy and procedures.

• Established conflict resolution and problem-solving skills.

• Demonstrate a genuine interest in personal and professional development, in line with organisational values & vision

Submit your application to

Psychologist/Accredited Mental Health Social Worker

The Heart & Mind Collective is seeking an outstanding Psychologist or Accredited MH Social Worker to join our dynamic, multidisciplinary team.

This contractor role offers supported entry into private practice, allowing you to learn the ropes, so you end up loving private practice as much as we do. This role is also available for solo private practice clinicians who miss a team culture. It will allow you to spend your work time with a team of like-minded individuals. With us you will be supported to grow in your niche or area/s of interest, whilst expanding and strengthening outstanding skills in integrative, trauma and attachment-informed approaches, and neurodiversity-affirming practice.

How are we different?
Every Heart and Mind matters. We inspire healing, change and growth by providing outstanding psychology and allied health services, empowering every person and place on the Central Coast to lead a happy and fulfilling life. Our client-centered care is nested in neurodivergent-affirming, trauma-informed and attachment-focused approaches. We connect helping professionals with opportunities that inspire them to develop their skills to the highest level, create a positive impact in the community, and impact systematic change in the way people relate to themselves, the world and others.

About the role:
If you are a fully registered Clinical or Registered Psychologist, or an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker we currently have an opportunity for you to come on-board as an independent contractor.

The Heart and Mind Collective, unlike many other private practices, offers a structured Career Progression Pathway to ensure you can continue to grow as a practitioner, can have as much role diversity as you desire, can step into leadership and management roles should you like to and as such you can actively progress your career within the industry and field.

We have created a structure to our work that facilitates team engagement, regular peer support, and exciting training and supervision opportunities. Through each activity, we focus firmly on our team, how we interact with our administration team and clients, how we manage competing demands, our group clinical supervision, and our team planning days.

Our burnout prevention model for our clinicians focuses on work-life harmony, a balanced caseload and access to supportive practices. Why? Because we understand that the vitality of our team = the vitality of our work environment and better outcomes for our clients.

In addition to the above, we also offer:
Outstanding onboarding process with a high level of support whilst you settle into private practice life.
Industry best administrative support.
Opportunities for individual clinical supervision.
Group peer supervision, including regular opportunities with world class experts.
Clinical CPD days.
Contractor Remuneration will be discussed at the interview.

About us:
The Heart and Mind Collective is a well-established, multidisciplinary psychology and allied health service. At The Heart and Mind Collective we foster a collaborative, creative, and warmly supportive environment to ensure it meets the needs of our team. We strive for an environment that is flexible and constantly evolving. We work across the board with children, teenagers and adults, providing integrative assessments and treatment, and therapeutic support. We value trauma-informed, attachment-based and neuro diversity affirming approaches, and provide professional development opportunities to the highest possible standard in these areas.

Do you share our values?
Our team is central to our practice, essential to our collective success, and vital to achieve positive outcomes for our clients. We want you to feel like you’re in the right place and a good fit for our team. We want you to feel energised to come to work each day, and leave feeling happy, valued and supported.

The right fit for our team will:
Display the utmost WARMTH and INTEGRITY in all interactions with clients, team and the community.
Want to CONNECT with your fellow team members.
Enjoy SHARING knowledge and resources within an excellent team
Actively take RESPONSIBILITY and OWNERSHIP of your work and clients.
RESPECT your own time, and that of your clients and team, through excellent time management and personal organisation.
Believe in continued professional LEARNING and personal DEVELOPMENT.
Be PASSIONATE about helping people on the Central Coast to live their best lives.

Changing or starting a new role can be daunting when you are walking into the unknown. We have regular bi-directional discussions with our team around why they love working with us and how we can work on consistently improving as a practice and team.

Our Location:
Our dedicated, holistic service is located in the family suburb of Wyoming on the beautiful Central Coast, NSW. Whether you are after amazing schools, friendly neighbours, beautiful beaches, or maybe a nature reserve offering bush walks and mountain biking tracks for your outdoor adventures, the Central Coast offers it all.

Your next steps to take:
If you are an enthusiastic new graduate, a seasoned clinician sharing similar ideals, or somewhere in between, we would love to hear from you!

We are calling committed professionals to work alongside us as we fulfil our vision being the beating heart of psychology and allied health services on the Central Coast, inspiring healing, change and growth so that each place and person can put their best foot forward in life.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining a warm, collaborative and professional multidisciplinary private practice please reach out to our Practice Manager, Jess, by emailing

Admin and finance officer

Finance, Admin & Client Relationships Officer

Full Time Position, Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
Friendly and welcoming work environment
Located in Wyoming
The Heart and Mind Collective, a private psychology and Allied Health practice on the Central Coast, is seeking a highly organised and friendly individual to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for
managing finance operations, carrying out administrative tasks, and providing outstanding customer service to our clients.
Responsibilities include

– Financial operations such as account reconciliations, accounts receivable and payable, payroll, financial reporting, and bank reconciliations
– Assisting with day-to-day operations and policy and procedure review
– Reception duties including answering phone calls, booking appointments, taking referrals and greeting clients
– Medicare claims processing, invoicing, and payments
– Marketing and updating website and social media (not essential)
– Maintaining office appearance and supplies
Other ad hoc administration tasks

– At least 3 years experience in finance and office administration
– Knowledge of XERO and HALAXY accounting package will be a bonus
– Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills
– Ability to multitask and prioritize under pressure
– Current Criminal Record Check and Working with Children’s Check
To learn more about our philosophy, please visit our website at

Apply now if you are passionate about finance, admin, and providing exceptional customer service.
Please send your cover letter and resume to or call to speak with Jessica Ryan our practice manager on 4327 9435

Operations Manager – Part Time

Operations Manager
Part time – (16 hours/week)

An exciting opportunity exists at Erina Community Baptist Church for an experienced and passionate Ministry Leader of Operations to join our staff team. If you are passionate about enabling the ministry in our local context to thrive, and are gifted in areas relating to property management, people leadership, building teams and administration then you are invited to express your interest in this role. This role will support our ECBC community by providing strong, healthy and effective volunteer teams and robust systems that allow the efficient and effective operations of our church. This enables the ministry functions of ECBC to flourish, remain ministry focused and sustainable, allowing us as a church to fulfil our God given purpose to be a loving church, knowing and sharing the life-changing message of Jesus.

Key responsibilities of the role include:
– The oversight and coordination of the following functions as part of the operations team at ECBC, to ensure that all needs are met in these areas:
o Finance
o Human Resources
o IT systems
o Administration
o Building Management
o Risk compliance and governance support
o Volunteers through the Volunteer co-ordinator
– The development of an operations team of paid and unpaid workers to undertake the operations functions of ECBC
– Leading and managing both the paid and unpaid workers in the Operations Team at ECBC
– The development, implementation and training of relevant policies and processes
– Building management – management of both scheduled maintenance and reactive maintenance, or projects in liaison with our volunteer Building Manager

The right person will be able to demonstrate the following:
– A mature, committed Christian who has a sense of calling to serve at ECBC using their administration and leadership gifts
– Alignment with ECBC purpose and values
– Passion for building God’s kingdom and enabling the ministry and vision of ECBC to thrive
– Experience in working with volunteers and building healthy and effective teams
– Team player with exceptional collaboration and leadership skills, proven ability to work widely across an organisation
– Can do, solutions orientated attitude
– WHS knowledge and experience
– Familiar with policy writing and implementation
– Financial literacy as shown through budgeting, financial reporting and financial decision making
– IT literacy with the ability to coordinate projects as required and ensure that the IT needs of the church are met.
– Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
– Organised, proactive planner
– Analytical skills and ability to notice the detail

For more information, or for a detailed position description, please contact Kate at

Youth Worker

We are seeking someone who has a passion for seeing young people being transformed by Jesus, to join our team as a Youth Worker. The role is part-time with flexible working hours and has a primary responsibility of coordinating and leading our Friday night Youth ministry (River Youth). There is also an opportunity to be involved in a Sunday morning discipleship space (Morning Crew) for people in years 6 – 9, and to have a relational connection to Wyong Christian Community School.

River Youth averages between 40 and 50 youth each week, with 10 leaders. We draw from WCCS and the local high school, and have a mix of non-Christian and maturing Christian youth. This is a great opportunity to share and show the Good News of Jesus with non-church youth, disciple young Christians, and grow in your own leadership experience.

Throughout 2022, Wyong Baptist Church has seen people come to place their faith in Jesus, new people join our community, and we have celebrated numerous baptisms. We have an anticipation and excitement for what God is doing in our midst.

The right person will:
– Be of mature faith (and possibly studying at Morling)
– Have a heart and passion for seeing young people transformed by Jesus
– Have a desire to learn, grow and develop as a leader
– Need to comply with Safe Church Policy
– Have a commitment to being part of the gathered church
– Balance a pastoral heart with administrative responsibilities

For more information, a detailed role description or to submit your resumé please contact Brett Robinson at

Qualified Assistant Director

Narara Valley Baptist Out of School Hours Care

In partnership with Narara Valley Baptist Church, Narara Valley Baptist OSHC is committed to creating a secure, warm, home like environment that is friendly and relaxed.
Our spacious environments encourage and support children’s wellbeing and development through child lead play based learning.


Come and join our OSHC family!

Essential requirements:
• Hold or are currently working towards a Diploma, or Cert IV in Outside School Hours Care or related qualifications
• A current Employee Working with Children’s Check
• HLTAID012 or higher First Aid, Anaphylaxis & Asthma Management Training
• CHCPRT001 – Identify and respond to children and young people at risk or equivalent

Position Requirements
• Assist the director in all areas of the service
• Work as a supportive and cooperative leader, sharing information and acknowledging others’ efforts
• Ability to multi-task
• Aid in the continuous development of the program and of the Quality improvement plan
• Assist in training and building up educators
• Contribute to a positive, supportive and cooperative team environment
• Develop a working professional relationship with families, school leaders and their communities.
• Assist with children’s individual learning and development by observing children, program planning and reflections.
• Assist in developing and maintaining a high-quality service.
• Ability to work 3- 4 days a week (hours to be discussed if applicant successful)
• Ability to work in a fast paced busy environment

Contact Us:
Please email through a resume, cover letter, and current qualifications to or call 0437295005 for more information.

Various teaching roles available

DALE is a special school focused on supporting the needs of students specifically those with Anxiety, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Autism. DALE offers a small school environment with a higher staff to student ratio and maximum class sizes which gives many young people, who feel lost in a mainstream environment, as sense of security and belonging.

St Philips Christian College DALE have various teaching and Leadership roles available.

Secondary Teacher  (STEM or TAS preferred) DALE Cessnock – Part Time

Secondary Teacher  (STEM or TAS preferred) DALE Port Stephens – Full Time

Learning Support Assistant – DALE Cessnock – Part Time

Please visit our website for more details and an Information Pack for these position.

For further information please contact HR at 4949 2929 or email

Medical Receptionist

Spring Medical Group is family general practice located in Gosford. We cater for patients with chronic, acute and emergency conditions. There is onsite pathology, treatment room as well as allied health. Spring Medical Group includes Spring Emergency Centre, which is a private emergency service.

We are offering a part time positions for about 20-25hours per week each with a combination of shift hours to be covered.

About the role

Medical Receptionist Role involves:

Front desk reception duties with phone and appointment booking management.
General office support role with faxing and documenting patient correspondence, general office management and maintaining supplies.
Phone triaging of patient for appropriate care.
Best Practice software experience preferred, but not essential
2-4 days per week – A combination of shifts would be required between 9am and 7pm. (Shifts available are – full day 9am – 7pm, half day 9am – 2pm or 2pm – 7pm).

Skills and experience
1 year minimum experience in GP Practice desirable but not essential
Best Practice software experience desirable but not essential
1 year minimum customer facing service experience essential