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AS OF JULY 30, 2020

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

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How are you feeling today? What are your goals? How can we help make them happen? We offer an open, compassionate, safe, democratic and collaborative community where you are encouraged to be your best self, spread your wings and grow personally and professionally, while helping build better lives for our clients. The echo of this pandemic has increased the need for professionals like you to provide clinical behavioral health care services to our local adults and families. We are the only agency in Oklahoma nationally certified in the trauma-informed Sanctuary model of care and we have proudly been serving some of the most vulnerable populations from crisis to recovery since 1982. Now we need you!

We are 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.

Therapist, (Sand Springs) Requisition Number: 21-006 The role of Therapist requires a master’s degree in mental health related discipline. Must be licensed or licensed eligible in the State of Oklahoma; e.g. LPC, LMFT, LBP or LCSW. Using integrated models of assessment, intervention, and recovery, including screening for co-occurring disorders, this position will be responsible for providing assessments and clinical counseling behavioral health care services to Adults and their families. Responsible for incorporating the agency’s Sanctuary Model principles and tools into client care. Will also complete appropriate documentation of services to meet licensing, state and agency standards. (EEO)

Vitals Technician (part time) Sand Springs, M-W-Th 8-5 pm, Fri-8-12. Requisition Number: 21-001 The role of the Vitals Tech includes interacting with clients, taking blood pressure with automatic blood pressure machine, taking weight measurements, documenting results and providing vitals to the physicians. High School Diploma or equivalent is required along with excellent customer service ability. Training is available.

PAP Coordinator (part time) Requisition Number: 21-002 The PAP Coordinator assists patients who have no other means to obtain their medications from manufacturers. The position also assists patients, without secure residences, receive their prescriptions. Ability to follow and adhere to strict standards and procedures in the areas of prescription’s (received and picked up) controls; including timely upkeep of tracking reports/logs, timely submission of applications for medications and refills. Ability to communicate clearly, politely and in an emotionally intelligent manner with staff, clients, and administration, both in person and on the telephone. In addition, performs general clerical duties related to assisting clients arriving for appointments, faxing, scanning, completing applications for medications, handing out and tracking medications and answering the phones. Must have excellent customer service experience and proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook email and customized software programs Strong attention to detail, quality focused, problem solving and organizational abilities. One-year experience preferred. High School diploma required; CNA Certification preferred. (EEO)

School Based Case Manager Requisition Number: 21-003: 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, school setting 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. (EEO)

Community Based Therapist Requisition Number: 21-004 Master’s degree in mental health related discipline. Must be licensed or licensed eligible in the State of Oklahoma; e.g. LPC, LMFT, LBP or LCSW. Using integrated models of assessment, intervention, and recovery, including screening for co-occurring disorders, this position will be responsible for providing assessments and clinical counseling behavioral health care services to children and their families. Responsible for incorporating the agency’s Sanctuary Model principles and tools into client care. Will also complete appropriate documentation of services to meet licensing, state and agency standards. (EEO)

Resident Manager, (part time) Requisition Number: 21-005 This position requires a high school diploma. Preferred candidate will have property leasing experience and/or experience with mental health clients. Resident Manager must be able to live on-site in an agency provided unit with paid utilities. Responsible for apartment (10 units) leasing and related responsibilities that include ensuring maintenance concerns are addressed on a timely basis. The Berry Creek apartments are located at 6551 E 31st street, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Outpatient Therapist, Requisition Number: 20-032  The role of Outpatient Therapist requires a master’s degree in mental health related discipline. Must be licensed or licensed eligible in the State of Oklahoma; e.g. LPC, LMFT, LBP or LCSW. Using integrated models of assessment, intervention, and recovery, including screening for co-occurring disorders, this position will be responsible for providing assessments and clinical counseling behavioral health care services to Adults and their families. Responsible for incorporating the agency’s Sanctuary Model principles and tools into client care. Will also complete appropriate documentation of services to meet licensing, state and agency standards. (EEO)

Helping Connections Case Manager/Coordinator, Requisition Number: 20-031 Requires a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or other mental health related field from an accredited university. Case management certification preferred. Minimum of one-year work experience in the mental health field or related social service field working with adults with serious mental illness.

Provide same day screening, assessment, and service plan in order to meet immediate needs due to COVID-19 pandemic as stated in Helping Connections Program SOW. Perform several psychological screenings to determine existence of COD, trauma, and other mental health symptomology and be able to refer the client for a formal diagnostic assessment within 30 days of initial screening/assessment. Complete and/or facilitate completion of specialized measurement tools (NOMS, GPRA) of clients at pre, mid, and post treatment and track client progress per program standards and provide continuous engagement and follow-up with clients identified on Helping Connections Program.

Be able to engage the client in an emotionally intelligent manner to enhance positive rapport and facilitate future positive interactions. Provide services consistent with the Sanctuary Model assuring that care is client-centered and trauma-informed. Must be able to demonstrate administrative or consultative ability preferably through experience in program management. Some experience and knowledge of service delivery system and community orientation. Requires the willingness and ability to work irregular hours as needed to ensure quality standards are met in Service delivery. This position is funded by ODMHSAS for 16 months via Helping Connections-COVID-19 Emergency Grant.

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)

SOC Assistant Project Director/Children’s Health Home, Requisition Number: 20-023 Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in the field of social or human sciences from a recognized university.  Must have demonstrated supervisory, administrative, problem solving and consultation skills including a minimum of (3-5) years’ work experience with children and families the mental health 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.  Knowledge of Health Home and SOC preferred. (EEO)

CALM Center RN or LPN (PRN), Requisition Number: 20-026 Requires a valid Oklahoma RN license or LPN license plus two years minimum of professional nursing experience including one-year experience with children who have emotional or behavioral disorders; or BS in Nursing may substitute for two years’ experience. The role of the nurse is working with an interdisciplinary team in a trauma informed crisis stabilization caring for children (10-17 years old) with emotional behavior issues staying up to 7 days. Utilization of the Sanctuary model helps children return to their families quicker with a care plan to continue services in the community. Nurses are responsible for medication management, communications with physicians and leading the milieu unit team when director is not on shift Opportunity to pick up extra shifts. (EEO)

Care Coordinator Health Home, Requisition Number: 20-028 Bachelor’s degree in the field of social or human sciences from a recognized university.  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.  (BHRS certification requires a bachelor’s degree in a social service field.) (EEO)

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