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Current Job Openings

Open Positions as of April 25, 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:

Employment Application (required)

Background check (required release of information)

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.

Children’s Community Therapist, Requisition Number: 18-018
Requirements include masters in mental health-related discipline, license or Oklahoma llicense eligibility (LPC, LMFT, LBP or LCSW, etc). Using integrated models of assessment, intervention, and recovery, including screening for co-occurring disorders, this position will provide assessments, clinical counseling, and other behavioral health care services to children and their families by incorporating the agency’s Sanctuary Model principles and tools and by completing appropriate documentation of services to meet licensing, state and agency standards.

Children’s School Based Case Manager, Requisition Number: 18-022
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in social or human services from a recognized university, eligibility for Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Specialist (BHRS) certification (bachelor’s in social services required), a one-year minimum of work experience with children in mental health or related social service fields, willingness and ability to work irregular hours as needed to ensure quality standards are met in service delivery, and a valid driver’s license.

Family Support Provider (FSP), Requisition Number: 18-021
This position provides targeted support, advocacy, education, behavioral support and collaborative services within a system of care where a child-centered, trauma-informed plan is developed. FSP candidates must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be eligible to obtain a Recovery Support Specialist certification from the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.  Experience having raised or having lived with a child with serious emotional and/or behavioral problems is preferred.