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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.

Behavioral Health Case Manager (Sand Springs):  Requisition Number: 20-019 The role of 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. Minimum of one-year experience working with Adults in a mental health field or related social service field. Must demonstrate effective communication and organizational skills. Strong attention to detail and must be able to keep up with multiple priorities. In a collaborative manner demonstrate the ability to engage clients into services. Must demonstrate computer proficiency. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. (EEO)

Physician, Requisition Number: 20-017 Licensed Physician in Oklahoma with current DEA number, history of training/and experience in Psychiatry, or prescribing psychiatric medications. Hours 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Tuesdays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Wednesday and 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Thursday. Successful candidate must be available by phone. (EEO)

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. (EEO)

Crisis Counselor, Requisition Number: 20-013 This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent.  Minimum of one-year work experience in the mental health field or related social service field.  This is a field-based position which requires walking through neighborhoods and communities.  Ability to work effectively with individuals, families, and groups to provide outreach, emotional support, individual and group crisis counseling, public education, and referrals when needed. Candidate must be able to provide own transportation for local travel and willingness to work irregular hours as needed to ensure quality standards are met in service delivery. This position is funded by a grant for nine months only. Valid driver’s license required. (EEO.)

Program Manager (Sand Springs):  Requisition Number: 20-016 Master’s degree in social services with 2 years’ experience in a supervisor role required. Clinical licensure required. Responsible for fiscal and clinical operations management for behavioral health center. Must demonstrate inspiring staff leadership and the ability to foster relationships across the company and the community. Must have strong understanding of fiscal monitoring. Must have knowledge of the mental health field and service delivery. Familiarity with CARF standards preferred. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Must demonstrate computer proficiency. Also responsible for facility maintenance needs. (EEO)

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 24×7 facility such as kitchen duties and general cleaning. (EEO)

Recovery Support Specialist, Requisition Number: 20-018 The Recovery Support Specialist (RSS) provides peer support services, advocacy, information and support for clients in an outpatient setting. The RSS performs a wide range of tasks to assist clients in regaining control of their lives and empowers clients through the recovery process. A high school diploma or equivalent, peer recovery support certification is required along with the skills to maintain a high level of professionalism and ethics. The RSS will interact with a team of mental health professionals to provide trauma informed care in a community mental health agency in a drop-in-style location. (EEO)


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