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Concreter or Carpenter

Seeking a concreter or carpenter happy to do formwork, who has Christian values.
Transport and a license.
Flexible hours and work options happy to negotiate.
Allan Ives 0488547878

Permanent Part-time Disability Support Worker

to support people living in their own homes in their day to day living, ensuring that they have maximum opportunity for developing valued and valuing lifestyles. Support workers will be apparent that their professional engagement with clients is concerned with generating quality personal relationships, which are supportive and life-enhancing. They will provide opportunities for choice, self-advocacy and participant in matters relating to the homes as well as facilitating access to community service and facilities, to support the client with all aspects of every-day living-personal care, washing, cleaning, laundry, preparing and cooking meals and shopping.

pay: $25 to $30

key result area/primary responsibilities

Carry out designated duties/tasks as per the service duty roster, and Other reasonable duties as instructed by the employer from time to time
Facilitate community inclusion and participation, dependent on individual needs, abilities and preferences, and support clients to establish and maintain relationships and interests through access to the community activities, venues and services.
Carry out as Instructed and/or designated- And demonstrate initiative- Task and activities aimed at meeting the clients personal/living community needs, team objectives and/or program goals which is consistent with Beyond Disability Supports’ model of practice
Carry out and promote positive routines duties activities in the cooperative in respectful and flexible manner, which are meaningful and purposeful to the individual
Encourage positive and socially appropriate behaviour and effectively manage challenge behaviour.
Promote empowerment and the right choice for all people in need of support within the community
Abide by the service communication, reporting and client/program progress practices and procedures, by maintaining appropriate clients records. And work with clients, family members and other stakeholders in a collaborative and supportive manner.
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
Participate in developing monitoring individual program plans and be accountable for their outcomes.
When required, support and offer assistance to disability support workers (level 1)
When needed and/or requested by your supervisor, be involved in on the job training and/or orientation of new staff
To be aware of safe working condition and implement secure working practices in all work areas and report potential hazards, incidents and concerns in a professional and timely manner.
Maintain current knowledge and understanding of the relevant organisational and departmental 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 Beyond Disability Supports.

Accounts Officer

About CEM

Christian Education Ministries (CEM) is a not-for-profit, non-denominational, Christian Education organisation whose mission is to develop each and every student to be equipped spiritually, academically, socially and physically to flourish into their full potential, and be a positive influence on the world around them.

CEM provides corporate and financial services to schools, home-schooling families and childcare centres nationwide.

About the role

An opportunity exists to work in the Business & Finance team who ​​are passionate about Christian education and using their abilities with the latest in accounting technology to deliver financial services to customers, suppliers, staff and CEM across the nation.

This full-time position, based at our Erina, NSW office, is to start immediately.

About you

Suitable administration, accounting or business experience.
Capacity to work within a dynamic team.
Confident in the use of technology.
Possess, or would be successful in obtaining a Working with Children Check.
Servant heart, vibrant Christian faith, and are actively involved in your local church.

Skills & Competencies

Confident in using cloud-based applications and familiar with modern technology.
Excellent communication skills and attention to detail.
Experience with data entry, accounting systems and spreadsheets.
Bookkeeping experience with accounts receivable, accounts payable, bank reconciliations and payroll processing.
Ability to maintain an energetic, self-motivated and enthusiastic work ethic.

Benefits

CEM employees can access a range of staff benefits, including:

An attractive remuneration package which includes superannuation entitlements.
Being part of a growing group of organisations that are reimagining Christian Education in Australia.
Being part of a faith community that shares regular devotions and prayer.
NSW’s Central Coast is ideally located between Sydney and Newcastle, offering a vibrant coastal lifestyle.

How to Apply

If you’re ready for your next career move and an exciting challenge, then apply now via our careers page at: https://www.cem.org.au/employment.html#accounts-officer

Only applicants who apply via the online application form will be considered.

Admin Officer

Administration Officer

About CEM

Christian Education Ministries (CEM) is a not-for-profit, non-denominational, Christian Education organisation whose mission is to develop each and every student to be equipped spiritually, academically, socially and physically to flourish into their full potential, and be a positive influence on the world around them.

CEM provides corporate and financial services to schools, home-schooling families and childcare centres nationwide.

About the role

An opportunity exists to work in the Business & Finance team who ​​are passionate about Christian education and using their abilities with the latest in accounting technology to deliver administrative and financial services to customers, suppliers, staff and CEM across the nation.

This full-time position is based at our Erina, NSW office, and is intended to start immediately.

About you

Suitable administration, accounting or business experience.
Capacity to work within a dynamic team.
Confident in the use of technology.
Possess, or would be successful in obtaining a Working with Children Check.
Servant heart, vibrant Christian faith, and are actively involved in your local church.

Skills & Competencies

Confident in using cloud-based applications and familiar with modern technology.
Excellent communication skills, organisation, and attention to detail.
Experience with data entry, accounting systems (desirable) and spreadsheets.
Bookkeeping experience with accounts receivable, accounts payable, bank reconciliations and payroll processing is advantageous.
Ability to maintain an energetic, self-motivated and enthusiastic work ethic.

Benefits

CEM employees can access a range of staff benefits, including:

An attractive remuneration package which includes superannuation entitlements.
Being part of a growing group of organisations that are reimagining Christian Education in Australia.
Growing and progressing in your skills and experience.
Being part of a faith community that shares regular devotions and prayer.
NSW’s Central Coast is ideally located between Sydney and Newcastle, offering a vibrant coastal lifestyle.

How to Apply

If you’re ready for your next career move and an exciting challenge, then apply now via our careers page at https://www.cem.org.au/employment.html#admin-officer

Only applicants who apply via the online application form will be considered.

Part-Time PDHPE Teacher

St Philip’s Christian College Gosford is a rapidly growing learning community, striving to provide quality education in a caring and secure learning environment based on Christian beliefs, values and practice. We are currently seeking appropriately qualified applicants to fill a Part-Time PDHPE Teacher for our Middle and Senior Students which has a 0.5-0.6 load.

The successful candidate would ideally have the following experience:
• Appropriate tertiary teaching qualifications.
• An understanding of the value of Christian Education
• Excellent communication skills – both written and oral
• Ability to work collaboratively to achieve goals
• Knowledge and understanding of relevant NSW syllabus documents

As a Christian faith community committed to the ministry of Christian education, the Mission Statement of St Philip’s Christian Education Foundation states that:

St Philip’s Christian College will continue to provide quality education in a caring, secure and challenging learning environment based on Christian beliefs, values and practice.

We therefore seek Christians who are professionally and personally committed to bringing their evangelical and Biblically based beliefs, values and practices to this ministry of supporting Christian Education.

If you feel you would like to join our amazing team, please send your resume and complete the Teaching Application form which can be found on our website:
https://www.spcc.nsw.edu.au/gosford/our-story/jobs

Applications close end of day Wednesday 15th June unless a suitable candidate is found prior.

Please address all applications to:
The Principal and email to gosford.principal@spcc.nsw.edu.au

Qualified Educators for Outside School Hours Care

Qualified Permanent OSHC Educator Position x 2

Narara Valley Baptist Out of School Hours Care
As a Ministry of Narara Valley Baptist Church, Narara Valley Baptist OSHC is committed to creating a secure, warm, home like environment that is friendly and relaxed. Our environments encourage play and leisure and support children’s wellbeing, learning and development. We take pride in our Educators work /life balance.
Come and join our OSHC family!
Essential requirements:
• Hold a Diploma, Cert III in Children’s Services or Cert IV in Outside School Hours Care or related qualifications (working towards is fine)
• A current Employee Working with Children’s Check
• HLTAID012 or higher First Aid, Anaphylaxis & Asthma Management Training

Position Requirements
• Work as a supportive and cooperative team member, sharing information and acknowledging others’ efforts
• Contribute to a positive, supportive and cooperative team environment
• Actively engage in structured play-based learning with children
• 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

General Work Hours:
• Monday – Friday
• Before School Care 6:15 am-9:15 am
• After School Care 2:15 pm – 6:00 pm

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

Compensation Paralegal

Brazel Moore Lawyers is one of the Central Coast’s Leading Law Practices, helping people of the Central Coast and well beyond with all of their legal challenges and opportunities for over 41 Years.

Further expansion, has led to the creation of a unique opportunity for an expert Compensation Paralegal.

The Role

Based in Gosford CBD, the successful applicant will dedicate their time to our busy Compensation Practice with the position to include being involved in Motor Vehicle Accident, Medical Negligence, Public Liability, Personal Injury Claims and to a lesser extent in Workers Compensation.

The Benefits
  • A generous market-leading remuneration and benefits package dependent upon demonstrated experience and the key attributes you have that are needed for these important roles.
  • Absolute clarity about expectations and responsibilities from us, as you would especially expect in a Senior Paralegal role.
  • A thoroughly rewarding role in a friendly working environment alongside a strong team of committed and dedicated people.
  • Genuine career progression opportunity with boundaries set only by your demonstrated performance across all relevant attributes.
About You

You are an experienced Paralegal with good skills in the right types of work, empathetic, and driven to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.

Your verbal and written communication skills will set you apart from the rest. You are organised and professional and able to work as part of a tight knit team.

To be considered for this role you must have:

  • The ability to consistently work independently with minimal supervision.
  • 3+ years experience.
  • A determination to fully understand your role and be accountable for all aspects of your performance of it.
  • A hard working and dedicated approach; very much a ‘can do’ person.
  • A friendly, down-to-earth nature, enjoying working as part of a team and helping people around you.

How to apply:

Forward your CV to –

Kelly Manning
Office Manager

Wills & Estates Secretary

Brazel Moore Lawyers is one of the Central Coast’s Leading Law Practices, helping people of the Central Coast and well beyond with all of their legal challenges and opportunities for over 41 Years.

Further expansion, has led to the creation of a unique opportunity for an experienced Wills & Estates Secretary.

The Role

Based in Gosford CBD, the successful applicant will be involved in our busy Wills & Estates Practice with the position to include preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney & Enduring Guardians, together with involvement in litigated Family Provision Act Claims.

The Benefits
  • A generous market-leading remuneration and benefits package dependent upon demonstrated experience and the key attributes you have that are needed for these important roles.
  • Absolute clarity about expectations and responsibilities from us, as you would especially expect in a Senior Secretarial role.
  • A thoroughly rewarding role in a friendly working environment alongside a strong team of committed and dedicated people.
  • Genuine career progression opportunity with boundaries set only by your demonstrated performance across all relevant attributes.
About You

You are an experienced Legal Secretary with good skills in the right types of work, empathetic, and driven to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.

Your verbal and written communication skills will set you apart from the rest. You are organised and professional and able to work as part of a tight knit team.

To be considered for this role you must have:

  • The ability to consistently work independently with minimal supervision.
  • 3+ years experience.
  • A determination to fully understand your role and be accountable for all aspects of your performance of it.
  • A hard working and dedicated approach; very much a ‘can do’ person.
  • A friendly, down-to-earth nature, enjoying working as part of a team and helping people around you.

How to apply:

Forward your CV to –

Kelly Manning
Office Manager

Child Psychologist/Mental health Social Worker

Join our team at The Heart and Mind Collective!

Are you a psychologist or Mental Health Social Worker who works with children, teens and/ or families and looking for a friendly, innovative and diverse practice to work at? If so we would love to hear from YOU!

We are a team of 6 clinicians in private practice in Wyoming on the beautiful NSW Central Coast. Our trauma-informed and attachment-focused service aims to offer a warm and welcoming space for our clients and staff.

Please contact Lindie at lnell@heartandmindcollective.com.au for more details or look on our the Heart and Mind Collective website www.heartandmindcollective.com.au

Finance Officer – Africa Inland Mission

 Are you looking for an opportunity to use your bookkeeping and finance skills in a Christian mission organisation focused on Africa’s unreached?  The Africa Inland Mission’s Australia and Asia-Pacific office supports our gospel workers serving in various African countries and globally.  We seek a mission-minded person with proven Christian character, excellent bookkeeping, and general financial skills.  This position is an opportunity to join our national and Asia-Pacific office team based in Gosford, NSW, Central Coast.

This role involves:

  • The bookkeeping for the organisation using Reckon Accounts Hosted, including an annual external audit.
  • Working with missionaries or workers on their support budgets and ministry projects.
  • Receipting and managing donations and payments to workers.
  • Payroll using STP for all overseas and Australian office workers.
  • Communicating with donors.
  • Facilitating domestic and international payments.
  • Compiling monthly reports and updates for workers.
  • Providing financial statements and information to the Mobilising Director.
  • Assisting in the management of investments.
  • Participating in and leading office prayer times or devotions.

Skills and Experience:

  • Strong computer skills and ability to learn and pick up new systems and software.
  • Certificate IV in bookkeeping or equivalent experience.
  • Competent in MS Office and Reckon Hosted accounting software or similar and excel.
  • You must have strong attention to detail and display an ability to be a fast learner.
  • Have an understanding and empathy for Christian missions and cross-cultural ministry.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • You require the willingness and ability to work in a team environment.

This paid position is 30 hours per week.  Immediate start with job orientation and training by the current Finance Manager, retiring in October.  Applications close Monday, 14 June 2022.

Please direct questions to Robbyn on 02 4322 4777 (office) or 0408 598 891 or email: finance.au@aimint.org

Please forward your application addressing the criteria above with a cover letter, referee contacts and CV to

Liz Moore:  personnel.au@aimint.org or PO Box 328, Gosford. NSW 2250