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Open Positions as of September 26, 2019

To apply, email resume, how you heard about this position, salary requirements, and requisition number to hr@crsok.org.

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Come Join Our Sanctuary Community!

Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma is a Sanctuary Community that acknowledges trauma, adversity, and chronic stress and its effects to individuals and organizations. By understanding how trauma impacts functioning and health, we lessen its effects, make connections about behaviors and events to problem solve, and create compassionate, healthy people and communities.

If you are interested in working for a company that values what each person brings to the team with a corporate culture of fostering Open Communication, Emotional Intelligence, Non-Violence (including verbal and moral safety), Democracy, Social Learning, Social Responsibility, and Growth and Change, this agency could be a great fit for your next career change.

IPS Employment Specialist, Requisition Number: 20-011 Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is an evidenced based practice that provides supported employment for people with serious mental illness. The IPS Employment Specialist is responsible for providing employment services to clients in need utilizing the IPS model. Job duties include building relationships with potential employers, developing education and/or employment plans, and conducting job development and job search activities. This position spends 65% or more of their time in the community. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Related experience may be accepted in lieu of education. Experience working with people with severe mental illness, providing employment services, and knowledge of the work world are preferred.

IPS Supported Employment Supervisor, Requisition Number: 20-012 Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is an evidenced based practice that provides supported employment for people with serious mental illness. The IPS Supported Employment Supervisor is responsible supervising employment specialists as well as managing data and reports for the IPS program. This position will manage a caseload of up to 3 people. Bachelor’s degree required. Previous experience working with severe mental illness and providing employment services are preferred. Previous supervisory experience is valued.

CALM Center Life Skills Coach (PRN), Requisition Number: 20-008
Requires completion of 60 hours college or equivalent experience. Equivalent may include substitution of 2 years relevant employment with experience related to the care of children with complex emotional needs preferred. Pursuance of Bachelors in a related field preferred. Position is responsible for observing, recording and reporting for children in the program. Provides targeted support services that include: behavior management, redirection, problem solving, social skills training, self-help strategies and coping skills. Completes all necessary documents and follow as directed by nurse or supervisor. Completes assigned tasks necessary to operate a 24x7 facility such as kitchen duties and general cleaning.

CALM Center Life Skills Coach (overnight), Requisition Number: 20-009
Requires completion of 60 hours college or equivalent experience. Equivalent may include substitution of 2 years relevant employment with experience related to the care of children with complex emotional needs preferred. Pursuance of Bachelors in a related field preferred. Position is responsible for observing, recording and reporting for children in the program. Provides targeted support services that include: behavior management, redirection, problem solving, social skills training, self-help strategies and coping skills. Completes all necessary documents and follow as directed by nurse or supervisor. Completes assigned tasks necessary to operate a 24x7 facility such as kitchen duties and general cleaning.

Medication Clinic Coordinator Requisition Number: 20-010   The role of the Medication Clinic Coordinator includes interacting with clients, collecting of accurate client vital signs, weight, laboratory specimens, providing vitals to the physicians. and entry into EHR. Assist the Intake & Engagement manager as prescriber liaison for staff, clients, drug representatives, and others’ seeking to meet with prescribers. Produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms on behalf of medical prescribers. Assist with the day-to-day coordination of med client care (greeting and rooming clients, control of client flow, monitor and maintain waiting areas to ensure clean and comfortable environment, etc.). Assist the Intake and Engagement Program Manager in the preparation of QA/QI quarterly and annual reports and graphs (Medication clinic no show report, other reports deemed necessary by Program Manager and/or Clinical Director). High School Diploma or equivalent is required along with excellent customer service ability. Preference give to PRSS certification or ability to obtain certification after hire. Training is available.

Pharmacy Technician, Requisition Number: 20-007 Pharmacy Technician helps the licensed Pharmacists provide medication and other health care products to consumers. Technician performs routine tasks to help receive and prepare prescribed medication, such as counting tablets, and labeling bottles. Technician also performs administrative duties, such as answering phones, stocking shelves, and operating computerized cash register and inventory systems. Technician will also maintain cleanliness of the pharmacy. Technicians refer any questions regarding prescriptions, drug information, or health matters to a pharmacist. High School diploma, GED or equivalent. Prefer one-year retail experience. Proficient computer experience with Microsoft Word, computerized cash register and inventory systems and hardware. Strong attention to detail, quality focused, problem solving and organizational abilities.

CALM Center RN (PRN), Requisition Number: 20-005 Varied shifts available: Evenings, Weekends, Holidays
This position is responsible for providing a strength-based approach with trauma informed care for children with serious emotional behavioral health issues admitted to the CALM Center.  This position requires a valid Oklahoma RN license plus two years’ minimum of professional nursing experience including one year’s experience with children who have emotional or behavioral disorders. BS in nursing may substitute for two years’ experience.

Performance Improvement Reviewer, Requisition Number: 20-003 One year of practical clinical experience preferred. One-year experience, in a social service-related performance improvement activity such as reviewing/monitoring/auditing client medical records, to ensure established clinical standards are met. Ability evaluate and determined if best practices and client engagement methodologies have been utilized. Previous experience in a therapist role is preferred.

Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other behavioral science or related field preferred. LPC, LMFT, LCSW or LADC Licensure or another related licensure required.

School Based Case Manager: Requisition Number: 19-015:  The role of School Based case manager requires a bachelor’s degree in the field of social or human services from a recognized university. Must have or be eligible for Case Management certification. (BHRS certification requires a bachelor’s degree in a social service field.)  Minimum of one-year work experience with children in the mental health field or related social service field. Requires the willingness and ability to work irregular hours as needed to ensure quality standards are met in service delivery. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license.

 

October is Bullying Prevention Month

Bullying HAPPENS:
• can happen to ANYONE no matter their age
• can occur ANYWHERE people gather including schools, work-place, neighborhoods, faith communities, sporting events and online via texting, gaming, and social media

Bullying IS:
• Unwanted aggressive behavior done willingly, knowingly and deliberately
• Acts inflicted over another person with the intention to hurt, harm, intimidate or humiliate
• Occurs due to a real or perceived physical, social or emotional “imbalance of power”
• Repetitive or potential-to-be-repetitive

Bullying FACTS:
• More than 1 out of 5 students report being bullied*
• Of those who reported being bullied, 33% indicated it occurred at least 1-2 times a month*
• Most common form of bullying is verbal (79%) then social (50%), physical (29%) and cyber (25%)*

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The CALM Center Renovations Revealed

TULSA – Renovations to The CALM Center were revealed in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday September 25th at 2:15pm. An open house celebration with tours of the facility followed until 5pm. Counseling & Recovery Services’ leadership team, campaign donors, district legislators and project architects cut the ceremonial ribbon.

The renovations were made possible by a two-year capital campaign that successfully raised 1.3 million in generous contributions from local Foundations, Board Members, Companies, Clubs and individuals.

Since 2008, the CALM (Child and Adolescent Life Management) Center has provided immediate crisis support to over 4,000 Oklahoma youth ages 10-17 and their families. It is the only youth crisis stabilization center in eastern Oklahoma. With an increased demand for this critical care, these renovations were needed to create a larger, more welcoming lobby, new multipurpose room for family visits and education, and new offices for admissions and counseling.

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We Are A CARF® International Accredited Provider

We know you have options when deciding who should provide your mental & behavioral health and substance abuse treatment and services. Accreditation is a sign of quality and should be an important consideration in your decision making. Counseling & Recovery Services of Oklahoma is proud to hold the distinction as a CARF® accredited community mental health provider. 

In order to maintain our accreditation status, a survey team from CARF International recently visited our sites to evaluate how well we meet international standards for commitment to quality. The team conducted an assessment of over 1,500 rigorous standards and will provide us a report on our strengths and areas for improvement. We received their report and have been accredited for another 3 years through June 30, 2022.

Get In Touch

Tulsa Office

Phone:
918.492.2554

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.494.9870

Location: 
7010 South Yale, Ste 215,
Tulsa, OK, 74136

The CALM Center

Phone:
918.394.CALM (2256)

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.394.2257

Location:
6126 E. 32nd Place,
Tulsa, OK 74135

Sand Springs Office

Phone:
918.245.5565

Email:
info@crsok.org

Fax:
918.245.5564

Location: 
401 East Broadway Court, Suite E
Sand Springs, OK 74063

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Counseling & Recovery Services is a nonprofit funded through a contract with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Medicaid, Medicare, and through charitable gifts. We also accept most private insurance as payment for services.
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