Careers

It’s the people who make it possible

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

Administration Officer

About the role: 

As an Administration Officer, you will be an integral part of the Yorganop team. You will provide a range of administrative supports across the organisation to ensure the effective and efficient operations of Yorganop.

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Programs Officer

About the role: 

As the Programs Officer, you will contribute to the development, implementation, and review of programmes across the child protection spectrum and Noongar Country. You will support the implementation and delivery of a range of Service Delivery programmes that focus on improved outcomes for Aboriginal children, families, and communities. This role will seek to ensure programs are on track to meet all key deliverables, this includes regularly monitoring and reporting on outcomes, goals, and progress.

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Transition Coach

About the role: 

As the Transition Coach you will guide, mentor and support young people aged 17- 21 years to transition from out-of-home care to independent living and adulthood.

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Staying On Facilitator

About the role: 

As the Staying on Facilitator, you will contribute to young people aged 17-21 years successfully transitioning from out-of-home care to independence by supporting the development of Staying On Agreements, assisting with the coordination of the payment of ongoing subsidies, and providing ongoing support and guidance.

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Home Stretch Coordinator

About the role: 

As the Home Stretch Coordinator, you will be responsible for leading and supporting the Home Stretch team to deliver high quality support services to young people aged 17-21 transitioning from out-of-home care to independent living and adulthood.

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Nurturing our children to flourish