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Welcome to our purpose-driven organisation.


A role at Central Bayside Community Health Services is a one-of-a-kind experience – it’s an opportunity to be a part of something that positively impacts the community and peoples’ lives. We want you to learn, grow and succeed so you can help our organisation to provide better health, wellbeing and support for our community.  We take pride in our people and our services. We know that our success is based on the hard work, dedication and engagement of us all as we work together to provide innovative and responsive services.

There’s a lot to learn when starting a new role. We hope this orientation provides you with all of the support that you need, not only in relation to your new role, but also our culture and organisation.

Welcome to our purpose-driven organisation. A Role at Central Bayside Community Health Services is a one-of-a-kind experience – it’s an opportunity to be part of something that positively impacts the community and peoples’ lives. We want you to learn, grow and succeed so you can help our organisation to provide better health, wellbeing and support for our community. We take pride in our people and our services. We know that our success is based on the hard work, dedication and engagement of us all as we work together to provide innovative and responsive services.

There’s a lot to learn when starting a new role. We hope this orientation provides you with all of the support that you need, not only in relation to your new role, but also our culture and organisation.

Message from our CEO


Our actions, no matter what our roles are, shape the way we and CBCHS are perceived and deliver better health, wellbeing and support for our community. At CBCHS we embody five values which describe how we aspire to conduct ourselves and our services. These values underpin our Code of Conduct which supports and brings to life the CBCHS values. Our Values and Code of Conduct guide our thinking and actions, and provide a clear set of expectations of behaviour and conduct for all CBCHS employees, volunteers and contractors.

As CBCHS continues to adapt and evolve to meet new and ever-changing demands and challenges, it is important that we retain the key values which have enabled us to be a successful community health service that is responsive, accountable, compassionate and professional.

Deb Stuart CEO

​​​Click below to hear from Deb Stuart our, CEO.


Living CBCHS Values

You read the CBCHS Code of Conduct as part of your on-boarding. Here is another perspective on how we can be Living Our Values.

Demonstrating Respect

Treat each other with courtesy, politeness and kindness.  Value the opinion of all.  For example, in team meetings listen to all people and put mobile phones away.

Respect the skills and knowledge of others and work together to utilise these. For example, respect new people’s ideas rather than falling back on “how we have always done it”.

Demonstrating Collaboration

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team. – Phil Jackson

We have open communication and work within teams and between all teams at CBCHS to share information and experiences necessary to carry out tasks. ​​​​​​​

Demonstrating Transparency

Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not. – Oprah Winfrey

Be open and honest with all CBCHS staff. For example, if a mistake is made we work as a team or with your Manager to resolve it.  If you are ill, provide as much notice as possible to reduce the impact on service delivery. ​​​​​​​

Demonstrating Empowerment

Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try. – Gail Devers

Providing the opportunity for others to be involved in new projects or work. Sharing information openly to enable others to obtain a better outcome for our clients.

Demonstrating Quality Services

Quality means doing it right when no one is looking. – Henry Ford

Ensuring we follow CBCHS policies and procedures.  These often link to quality guidelines and assessments. In team meetings, talking about service delivery, so that ideas can be communicated and implemented to improve client experience.


Your Day One

​​​​​​It is natural to feel nervous about your first day so we want you to know that we are looking forward to you joining the team. Your Program Supervisor has been preparing for your arrival and has everything ready for you.

The key elements that will be covered on your first day/during the week will include:

  • Meet and greet your colleagues and team
  • OH&S site induction/overview
  • General housekeeping; printing, stationery, meeting rooms, etc.
  • Specific training and instruction in your new role

We are thrilled to have you join our team and wish you all the very best in your new role!