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Become part of Yorganop

At Yorganop we all come to work with the goal of giving children a safe and nurturing environment to grow.

As Western Australia’s only Aboriginal foster care agency, Yorganop plays an important role within the community. But we don’t do it alone. We work in partnership with government agencies and our community of carers across WA.

“Our goal isn’t simply about ensuring no Aboriginal child is left without a loving home. It’s also about helping every child fulfill their potential; to empower Aboriginal children and families to strengthen. In culture, community, and self.”

Joining Yorganop means walking alongside this goal and playing your part – the one that only you can.


We are currently recruiting

Out-of-Home Care Manager

Osborne Park

About the Role

The Out-of-Home-Care Manager will be responsible for the delivery of high quality, culturally secure and safe services for Aboriginal children and families involved in the child protection system. This includes the delivery of foster care and out of home care services, assessment, review and support of foster and kinship carers and a range of other support services aimed at strengthening and preserving Aboriginal families.

You will contribute to the development of the strategic direction in relation to all aspects of Yorganop’s Out-of-Home Care (OOHC) services and be responsible for its implementation across Noongar Country.

You will ensure strong internal processes are in place to support children and carers, honouring their right to self-determination while promoting the safety and wellbeing of children. You will be responsible for driving the team’s overall performance, ensuring strong standards of service delivery across the business, and compliance requirements for children and carers are continuously meet.

You will provide high quality supervision to staff that is culturally secure, and trauma informed and as a leader, you will guide others towards a high-performance culture that is underpinned by the purpose, vision, and values of the organisation.

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Transition Coach

Osborne Park

As the Transition Coach, you will be work with the young Aboriginal people who are leaving care to provide flexible, one-on-one support focussed on coaching young people towards independence and emerging adulthood. You will work from a set of practice principles that ensures the support you provide is individualised, flexible and focussed on building a young person’s self-reliance, skills, capacity and connection to community, culture and country.

The Transition Coach will assist young people to find and build connections with existing family, stable accommodation, access employment and educational opportunities and other services.

Your work performance will be underpinned by the purpose, vision, and values of the organisation.


If you are a good listener, empathetic, resourceful, culturally aware, enjoy working in a dynamic environment, find fulfilment in making a difference and have a passion for, and experience in, supporting young people with complex needs to reach their goals, then this is the job for you.

As an Aboriginal organisation, providing Home Stretch service to Aboriginal young people, Aboriginal applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Nurturing our children to flourish