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Open Positions as of September 27, 2018

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

These forms also are required:

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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.

Assistant Clinical Director, Requisition Number: 18-041
This position requires a master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other behavioral science with licensure in the appropriate field, three-to-five years’ supervisory, administrative, or consultative experience with program management experience preferred. Under the direction of the Clinical Director, the Assistant Clinical Director will assist in all aspects of inpatient and outpatient clinical services. Using Sanctuary Model principles and practices, this position will assist in monitoring clinical performance to ensure clinical services/operations are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies. The Assistant Clinical Director is responsible for monitoring and reviewing clinical protocols, performance objectives, productivity benchmarks, compliance measures, and provider workflow planning and scheduling in collaboration with the Program Managers and Clinical Director. As a coach/mentor/trainer and supervisor to program managers and providers, the Assistant Clinical Director provides agency-wide guidance in best practices and troubleshoots clinical and operational issues in priority of urgency and according to agency policy. The Assistant Clinical Director will provide clinical opinions to the Clinical Director as requested. As a licensed behavioral health provider, the Assistant Clinical Director also will provide direct client services based on agency needs.

Intake and Engagement Program Manager: Requisition Number: 18-045
The Intake and Engagement Program Manager position requires a Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or other mental health related field with licensure or under supervision for licensure, demonstrated supervisory, administrative and consultative abilities, and working knowledge of community-oriented service delivery systems. Directed by the Assistant Clinical Director, the Intake and Engagement Program Manager will be in charge of all aspects of client intake, admission and engagement  (typically business paperwork, screening and assessment). Using principles/practices of the Sanctuary Model, this program manager monitors therapy performance to ensure practices/operations are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies. This position is responsible for implementing and reviewing clinical protocols, performance objectives, productivity benchmarks, compliance measures, provider workflow planning and provider scheduling.

Children’s School-Based Therapist, Requisition Number: 18-037
This position requires a master’s in a mental health related discipline and Oklahoma license or license eligibility (e.g. LPC, LMFT, LBP or LCSW). Using integrated models of assessment for schools, intervention, and recovery, including screening for co-occurring disorders, this position provides assessments, clinical counseling, and behavioral health care services to children and their families, and is responsible for incorporating the agency’s Sanctuary Model principles and tools into client care.  The successful candidate will complete appropriate service documentation to meet licensing, state, and agency standards.

Care Coordinator, Requisition Number: 18:038
The Care Coordinator position requires a bachelor’s degree in social or human sciences from a recognized university, Case Manager II certification or eligible to obtain certification, a minimum of one year’s work experience with children in mental health or a related social service field, and willingness and ability to work irregular hours as needed to ensure quality standards are met in service delivery.

Behavioral Health Case Manager, Requisition Number: 18-026
Behavioral Health Case Manager, Requisition Number: 18-043
This position requires a bachelor’s degree in social or human services from a recognized university, case management certification or eligibility, one-year’s experience working with adults in mental health or related social services fields, effective communication and organizational skills, strong attention to details, ability to manage multiple priorities, ability to collaborate with clients to engage them in services, demonstrated computer proficiency, a valid driver’s license, and reliable transportation.

Executive Assistant: Requisition Number: 18-044
The role of Executive Assistant requires a minimum five years’ experience supporting an Executive Director, CEO, COO, or other similar senior-level executive. Related and appropriate educational training may be substituted for years of work experience. Bachelor’s degree is preferred. This position requires a demonstrated ability to work with executives, to coordinate a high volume of diverse assignments, and to effectively handle competing priorities and maintain attention to detail. The successful individual must have excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, ability to effectively prioritize multiple projects and manage deadline pressure with consistency and efficiency. This position requires a high level of independent planning, judgment and problem-solving skills, demonstrated  ability to process complex information within established procedures/program and lead special projects as needs arise to accomplish pre-determined outcomes. The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to complete computer-generated work in a highly proficient, accurate and timely manner. Proficiency is required in Microsoft Office applications, including creating new complete report formats, with excellent skills in business office procedures, e.g. project organization, scheduling, filing, etc.

Receptionist, Requisition Number: 18-042
The role of receptionist requires high school diploma or equivalent and the ability to use an electronic record system for schedule and posting notes efficiently. Duties include answer switchboard, transferring calls and greeting, checking-in and scheduling clients in a high-volume reception area for clients with mental and behavioral health concerns.