Get Involved

Work With Us

 If you would like to pursue excellence, share our values and want to build and strengthen our Aboriginal community, we encourage you to view our positions vacant. Please see below for current positions.

Business Partners

Bara Barang Corporation Ltd holds several Government contracts, works closely with training providers and collaborates with Central Coast businesses to progress employment and training initiatives. Here’s an example:

E-bisglobal, a warehousing & fulfilment company at Tuggerah

In partnership with Paul Freeman, Director, and his senior staff, we worked together to identify jobs in Process Manufacturing. Our complementary approach to screen, trial, train, mentor and place candidates into employment resulted in six (6) Aboriginal young people securing positions during 2020-21. Our candidates make up approximately 10% of the workforce.

Current Vacancies

All staff are Aboriginal people and allies of Aboriginal people with suitable skills, qualifications and experience to serve the organisation’s mission and objectives of the Constitution and already adept at delivering services under the current contracts held by Bara Barang.

Staff are part of the journey that supports Aboriginal identity, cultural education and the connection to prosperous careers for Aboriginal people living on the NSW Central Coast.

In return, we offer employees:


Full-time work (part-time by negotiation for the right candidate)


Competitive annual salary packaged options including three extra annual leave days


Mobile phone, laptop, company vehicle use


Performance appraisal system to support your career with us


Ongoing training and professional development within the organisation

There are no current vacancies.

Volunteer with us

Bara Barang relies on the time of generous volunteers to provide on-road driving supervision for Learner Drivers.

Can you answer yes to the following?


I have an open drivers licence


I am 21+ years old


I am a competent driver


I can spare at least one hour each month (or more!) to volunteer for my community

If you did answer YES to all of the above, we would love to hear from you!
Volunteering is part of the ‘Driving to My Next Job’ project, supporting Aboriginal youth to by:

Teaching car maintenance skills


Increasing driving competency with more on-road experience


Providing guidance towards car ownership and responsibilities such as rego and insurance


Combining work and study while completing the program