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Current Vacancies:

Join the BANC team! 

Paid training provided  

Salary packaging options 

Additional paid leave 

Permanent positions 

Supportive team environment 

Established, reputable, local community-based provider 

Subsidised out of school hours care for your school aged children 

BOOSH Supervisor/Educator 

15 hours during term time/25 hours during Vacation Care 

MCA Award Level 4 plus 10% 

You will assist in the delivery of a high quality, safe, fun and educational outside school hours and Vacation Care program. 

You have a knowledge of child development and basic digital skills. 

You must have a current Criminal Record Check, and up-to-date COVID-19 and influenza vaccination.

Download a copy of the job description here

To apply, or for further information, contact Leah Godfrey on 

BANC Access Support Coordinator

35 hours per week

SCHADS Level 4

Our Support Coordinator connects participants with an NDIS plan to supports and services in the community.

You will have experience delivering innovative person-centred support coordination services and are able to develop respectful relationships with participants, families and staff.

You have good IT skills, including experience using Microsoft Office.

You must have a current Criminal Record Check, and up-to-date COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations.

To join the BANC team, you must provide a resume and address the selection criteria in your cover letter.

Applications close 5pm, Monday 19th June 2023. Interviews will be held Thursday 22nd June 2023.

Download a copy of the job description here.

To apply, or for further information, contact Amanda Binnie on .


You can play a vital role in BANC’s mission to build a resilient, supportive and active community where everyone is included and no one is left behind. There are many ways to help.


Whatever your skills are, we can use them! Just some of the options include various small tasks at the Neighbourhood Centre and community events, or becoming a volunteer tutor at our Cyber-shed.

When members of our community need a helping hand due to illness or emergency, or just need someone to share a cup of tea with, Blackheath Cares is there to help. Put your hand up to shop, transport, cook, visit or help out in other ways.

Become a HUFF (Heads Up For Fire) Facilitator in your neighbourhood.

More info on volunteering or make an enquiry and we’ll get back to you.

Food bank

Contributing to our food bank is easy. Just pick up an extra bag or two of necessities when you shop and either drop them off at the Neighbourhood Centre or, even easier – shop online at Coles or Woolworths and ask them to deliver to us direct. You can also purchase and donate food vouchers from local businesses. Most requested items include pasta and pasta sauce, tinned meals, and toiletries including toothpaste and feminine hygiene products – but everything is welcome.


BANC contributes to the well-being of its community in countless ways. To get an idea of the impact we make, simply browse this website or read our Annual Reports.

You can help us to continue this important work by making a cash donation of any size. All donations to BANC are tax deductible and we’ll provide a receipt for tax purposes. You can make a one-off donation or choose the option of making a regular monthly contribution.

Thank you for your support!

Become a member

You can make a significant and ongoing contribution to everything we do by becoming a member of BANC.

Being a member is an important way for you to have your views and ideas heard. You will be able to vote at our Annual General Meeting or stand for membership of our Board.

Our members, whether they are movers and shakers or quiet achievers, are the kinds of people who make things happen in the Upper Mountains. By joining their ranks you will become part of a powerful force for good in our community,

There are no fees attached to your membership. Use this form to send us your membership application.