Club Liaison and Wellbeing Coordinator

Club Liaison and Wellbeing Coordinator

Pushing Barriers Incorporated Association is a not-for-profit association which provides youth with a refugee background, opportunities to play sport by sourcing funding, connecting with sporting clubs and transporting young people to and from training, games and events.

Organisation Overview

Pushing Barriers is a not for profit association with the primary objective being to advance and improve the lives and welfare of youth with a refugee background by providing them with opportunities and funding to be included and welcomed into Australian culture and society through sport.

Pushing Barriers is an inclusive organisation and welcomes applications from all. We seek to create an organisation that values diversity in age, culture, life experience and ability.


The Club Liaison and Wellbeing Coordinator will play a crucial role in building relationships with sports teams managers/coaches, participants and their families and be the point of contact, providing and sharing information, between Pushing Barriers, The sports team, participants and families. The Club Liaison and Wellbeing Officer will communicate expectations, monitor player participation and wellbeing as well as assist with transporting some players to and from training, games and events.

Position details

This is a Volunteer position.

  • Location: Brisbane and Logan.
  • Engagement type: Volunteer.
  • Time Commitment: No more than 10 hours a week.
  • Report to: The Pushing Barriers Program Manager who will supervise you, and provide on-going support including on-the-job training.

Key duties and responsibilities

In your role as a Club Liaison and Wellbeing Coordinator, you will be asked to/your tasks will include:

  • Establish and maintain good communication between Pushing Barriers and allocated participants and their sports team.
  • Establish and maintain contact with team managers and coaches notifying them if participant is unable to train or play, trouble shoot any issues and report any significant information to PB program manager or club.
  • Maintain close communication with Pushing Barriers participants ensuring they are informed and updated with training and game details.
  • Monitoring of the overall well-being of the player and report any concerns or incidents to the Program Manager.
  • Ensure all players have required club uniforms and suitable footwear.
  • Assist with transport to 1 activity per week.

Skills, qualifications, or experience required for role

We are looking for a volunteer with the following skills, qualifications, or experience to fill this volunteer role:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Access to a computer and mobile phone.
  • Access to a car and have an open drivers licence.

Valid certifications/licenses required for role

  • Queensland Working with Children Check also known as a Blue Card.
  • Australian Open driving licence.

Background checks for role

Pushing Barriers is an organisation that seeks to comply with the National Child Safe Organisation requirements and therefore takes seriously its obligation to develop and sustain a child safe environment. We are committed to recruiting dedicated, passionate volunteers who have the skills and experience appropriate for this role.

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for this role please proceed to the following application form at or submit an application to The Program Manager will be in touch to organise a meeting to assess your eligibility to become a volunteer.

For more information

If you have any questions about the position, please do not hesitate to contact Tracy at Please note that we handle all personal information in accordance with privacy laws. For more information on Pushing Barriers please visit