Join our team Careers Values and Expectations Our Vision Wellbeing, Safety and respect for all children and families. Our Values - We believe in respect. We have empathy and compassion for thecommunities we serve and we work to empower people. - We embrace collaboration. We celebrate inclusiveness andwork together to make a difference, creating strong partnershipswith our stakeholders. - We are leaders in innovation. We have the courage to try newthings, to be creative and go above and beyond for the individualsand communities we serve. - We have integrity. We believe in doing what's right, actingethically and with honesty. Our Commitment to Child Safety Cafs is committed to promoting and protecting the safety of children. Cafs has zero-tolerance for child abuse or maltreatment of children. We are committed to ensuring children and young people are able to actively participate in decisions that affect their lives. We understand our legal and moral obligations to treat any child safety concerns seriously. We report any allegations and wellbeing concerns to authorities. We are committed to the cultural safety of children including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe and inclusive environment for children with a disability, LGBTIQ+ children and children from LGBTIQ+ families. Our Commitment to Inclusion and Diversity Cafs is proud to be an organisation committed to Inclusion and Diversity. We embrace it, value it, celebrate it and support it for the benefit our employees, our volunteers, our service users and our community. We welcome a range of people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with all abilities, LGBTIQ+ people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and religions. We recognise the rights of all individuals to mutual respect and acceptance of others without biases based on differences of any kind. Our Commitment to Non-Violence Cafs is a White Ribbon accredited organisation, committed to promoting awareness of the issues related to family violence and assisting people that may experience family violence. Cafs has a zero-tolerance to violence within the workplace and most programs at Cafs are legislated to meet the requirement of Part 5 of the Family Violence Protection Act. We understand our legal and moral obligations to report any safety concerns regarding the perpetuation of family violence and take the issue seriously. We work together to assess the risk presented and share information in accordance with the regulatory requirement under the Family Violence information-sharing scheme.