Careers

Discover Your Future at Mental Health Association Oklahoma

We’re a unique collection of mental health and homelessness professionals, apartment leasing experts, fundraisers, volunteers, and advocates with a common goal: to change and save the lives of Oklahomans impacted by mental illness and homelessness.

People — those we serve and our employees — are at the center of our purpose and everything we do, and we’re looking for smart individuals who are self-motivated and passionate to join us.

Discover your future at Mental Health Association Oklahoma!

Diversity at Mental Health Association Oklahoma

We are committed to playing a role in creating a more equitable society in which our organization, employees, and communities will thrive.

This means we seek to build and foster a diverse workforce that is a true reflection of our mission and vision – empowering, inspiring, and unique – where all of our employees feel at home to perform their best and be themselves.

In addition to amplifying a culture that celebrates our differences, our Employment First program provides more support, visibility, and empowerment to our underrepresented employees, especially staff members who have been impacted by mental illness, homelessness and those with previous nonviolent convictions.

Our definition of diversity means not only being inclusive of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, religions, abilities, and sexual orientations, but must also include breaking down the barriers to employment for people who have overcome the challenges of mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse and those with nonviolent felonies.

…. And we practice what we preach.

Out of approximately 180 employees across the state:

  • 55% have a history of mental illness
  • 22% have experienced homelessness

Benefits at Mental Health Association Oklahoma

Everyone in our family possesses the many qualities we expect of our employees, like dependability and work ethic, but they have something else, too: dedication to serve Oklahomans impacted by mental illness and homelessness.

Our success across the state depends on the talent, creativity, and skill of our employees working together to improve the lives of those we serve. We offer a competitive benefits package and a work environment that nurtures talent, develops leaders and rewards achievement.

Your Benefits

We offer a broad range of benefits to give back to our employees. The following list is not comprehensive and subject to change.

  • Your Health
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    Happy, healthy people have a passion they bring to work. We offer: Medical, dental & vision; Company paid & voluntary life insurance; Employee Assistance Program; Short & long-term disability; Gym discount.
  • Your Time
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    We encourage balanced lives by offering: 11 paid holidays; Paid vacation starting with 2 weeks & 4 personal days per year for full-time employees; Jury duty, military & bereavement leaves; 1 paid sick day per month.
  • Your Finances
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    We want you to feel valued and secure by providing: Competitive pay; Financial planning seminars.

 

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Case Mgmt. / Service Coord. / Peer Services

 

Position: Supervisor of Intensive Outreach Navigation Program
Location: Oklahoma City, OK 

The Supervisor of Intensive Outreach Navigation Program is primarily responsible for supporting the team of Case Managers and Peer Recovery Support Specialists. Led by the Supervisor, the Intensive Outreach Navigation team will outreach and serve individuals with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) who have been deemed as a frequent utilizer of the Oklahoma City area shelters, hospitals, and more specifically, the local area community mental health crisis centers such as the Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center, Griffin Memorial Mental Health Center, and the Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit.  These individuals served via this program may also have had some involvement with the criminal justice system and/or experienced homelessness and are in need of extensive supports to live successfully in the community.
 
Essential Job Functions: Accountable for supervision of staff and program operation of Intensive Outreach Navigation program, including but not limited to: Direct supervision of Intensive Outreach Navigation team of Case Managers and Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists. Provides clinical support and collaborative assistance to the Intensive Outreach Navigation team and assists with program development and sustainability. Responsible for building and maintaining relationships with treatment teams of crisis centers and Griffin Memorial Mental Health Center. Work closely with internal and external leasing partners to coordinate housing placement for clients of the Intensive Outreach Navigation program. Monitor reporting databases, resident files/documents for compliance, and record-keeping requirements ensuring that necessary documentation is obtained and updated as needed. Implements and monitors any corrective action required as a result of identified deficiencies. Monitors and provides monthly reports on program operations and outcomes to the Director of Oklahoma City Operations, Chief Programs Officer, relevant committees and Board of Directors, as necessary. Reports are designed to track outcomes and ensure compliance within guidelines of both Association principles and policies, Council on Accreditation requirements, as well as other stakeholders such as ODMHSAS. Helps to implement and ensure use of valid and effective outcomes measurement tools best practice models such as Housing First, Harm Reduction, Trauma Informed Care, performance and quality improvement plans (PQI) Works closely with Association partners in order to promote positive relationships, collaboration and achievement of common goals. Examples include, but are not limited to, Homeless Alliance, PACT teams, Veterans Administration, ODMHSAS, United Way of Central Oklahoma, and area shelter programs, etc. Represents and promotes the Association, its policies, mandates, visions and initiatives, both internally and within the Community, on various Boards and Committees including any business meetings, social events, or educational conferences. Stands in for the Director of Oklahoma City Operations as necessary; these activities may involve Association management functions and duties, including delegating and directing staff as necessary.  
Minimum Requirements: This level of knowledge is normally acquired through completion of a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a similar degree. Management and supervisory experience of a least 3 years post-graduate. Requisite current and active licensure is required (LCSW, LSW-Adm, LCSW-u/s, LPC, LMFT, etc.). Extensive experience working with at-risk homeless populations and persons with serious mental illness preferred. Bi-lingual is a plus. Thorough knowledge of systems theory and management techniques. Thorough knowledge of various mental illnesses and diagnostic categories for purposes of clinical management of client cases, and providing supervision, education and training. Extensive knowledge and experience working with individual who are homeless or chronically homeless, disabled (mental or physical), or with substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders. Solid foundation and knowledge base of community resources in Oklahoma City and surrounding counties. Strong oral and written communication skills, including interpersonal skills. Ability to prepare and deliver persuasive oral and written reports and presentations both internally and in large community/public settings.Proficient PC skills including word processing and spreadsheet applications. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and experience with other data management systems including internet based applications. Business administration experience that includes accountability for financial oversight of program operations and budgeting processes. Excellent analytical and problem solving abilities. Must be able to systematically gather relevant information and apply logic to solving problems and make decisions; interprets various types of data; sees the relationships and inter-relationships among concepts, issues or situations; handles crisis situations and makes clinical and management decisions with ease, speed, accuracy and precision. Ability to manage relationships with external and internal partners. Ensures that information is always reviewed and presented in a thorough and accurate manner; precisely captures information to complete work accurately; focuses on the smaller elements and/or the fine points of material or processes. Works well in a team environment; self-motivated; results oriented; ability to multi-task and ability to delegate as necessary.  
  • Hours: Full Time; Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week
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Position: Case Manager for Intensive Outreach Navigation program
Location: Oklahoma City, OK 

The Case Manager for Intensive Outreach Navigation program will work in a mobile capacity, collaborating closely with the treatment teams of crisis and mental health centers. The Case Manager will collaborate closely with a Peer Recovery Support Specialist, under the guidance of the Supervisor of the Intensive Outreach Navigation program, as well as community partners and internal and external leasing partners.

The Intensive Outreach Navigation team will outreach and serve individuals with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) who have been deemed as a frequent utilizer of the Oklahoma City area shelters, hospitals, and more specifically, the local area community mental health crisis centers such as the Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center, Griffin Memorial Mental Health Center, and the Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit. These individuals served via this program may also have had some involvement with the criminal justice system and/or experienced homelessness and are in need of extensive supports to live successfully in the community.

 
Essential Job Functions: Build relationships with some of the most vulnerable, and thus difficult to assist, individuals within Oklahoma County (possibly housed, possibly homeless). Regularly collaborate with community partners involved in the healthcare systems and social support systems. Collect necessary data and information to show program outcomes and evaluation regarding the participants. Transport or assist in navigating public transportation for identified participants. Attend regularly scheduled meetings as determined by Supervisor and other partners, both internal and external. Collaborate with other referring agencies and personnel as needed. Assist participants in assessing, applying, and receiving appropriate social services, including but not limited to: housing, OHFA vouchers, THA vouchers, TANF, Medicaid, Medicare, SSI, SSDI, etc. Perform other duties as assigned.  
Minimum Requirements: This level of experience is usually obtained through a Bachelor’s degree OR two years’ experience working with individuals who are homeless or in mental health/recovery services. At least 2 years of case management experience strongly preferred. The individual must possess outstanding communication skills and interpersonal comfort with people who may appear aggressive at times, people with histories of varying types of severe and chronic illness, personal hygiene issues, and untreated mental illness. Demonstrated experience in critical thinking and problem-solving skills will also be necessary.  
  • Hours: Full Time; Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week
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Position: Peer Recovery Support Specialist for Intensive Outreach Navigation Program
Location: Oklahoma City, OK 

The Peer Recovery Support Specialist for the Intensive Outreach Navigation Program is responsible for coordinating safe and affordable housing for as well as providing peer recovery support services to the clients to ensure they are living safely and working toward sustainability. Provide ongoing Peer Recovery Support Services to the clients to ensure housing needs are being met and housing sustainability is achieved. In addition, the Peer Recovery Support Specialist will work to develop relationships throughout the community to assist participants in the navigation of services necessary to recovery, independence, and sustainability.

The Intensive Outreach Navigation team will outreach and serve individuals with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) who have been deemed as a frequent utilizer of the Oklahoma City area shelters, hospitals, and more specifically, the local area community mental health crisis centers such as the Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center, Griffin Memorial Mental Health Center, and the Oklahoma Crisis Recovery Unit. These individuals served via this program may also have had some involvement with the criminal justice system and/or experienced homelessness and are in need of extensive supports to live successfully in the community. The Intensive Outreach Navigation team will consist of a combination of Case Managers and Peer Recovery Support Specialists.

 
Essential Job Functions: Develop and maintain relationships with collaborative partners at crisis and mental health centers, as well as landlords in the community to link to appropriate services and attain access to safe and affordable units that meet the needs of the individual being served. Work closely with internal and external leasing partners to coordinate access to appropriate housing options for participants based on needs and choice. Provide ongoing Peer Recovery Support Services to the participants to ensure housing needs are being met and housing sustainability is achieved. Work with Case Managers as necessary to address housing issues (e.g., lease violations, eviction concerns, etc.). Be a living example that recovery is possible by role modeling recovery and wellness in his or her own life. Empower participants through promoting autonomy, self-direction, and self-advocacy. Support participants in identifying meaningful roles and integrating into communities of their choice. Assist participants in building social skills and on the development of natural support systems. Attend treatment team and program development meetings to ensure the presence of the participant voice and to promote the use of self-directed recovery tools. Share knowledge about and resources for various behavioral health settings and ancillary services (i.e. Social Security, housing services, supportive employment, and advocacy organizations). Assist the Case Managers with obtaining services that suit the client’s recovery needs.
Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or GED. Personal knowledge in recovery and willing to self-disclose about personal recovery and wellness. Stabilized in recovery and practice ongoing self-care. Ability to serve as an example for others of what wellness and recovery looks like. Agree to respect
and observe the Peer Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) Code of Ethics. Complete the PRSS training and pass the examination with a score of 70% or better. Work well in a team environment. Self-motivated and results oriented. Travel is required – Must be familiar with Oklahoma City, have a valid driver’s license, a vehicle that can be used for work purposes, and an acceptable driving record.
  • Hours: Full Time; Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week
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Position: Service Coordinator
Location: Oklahoma City, OK

Duties: Provide outreach as needed. Conduct needs assessments and plans according to client needs and preferences. Provide services according to (housing) barriers and risk factors/level of need. Provide ongoing support, monitoring and coordination of services for each client. Meet on a weekly basis with clients until stabilized, then as needed and according to plans. Weekly updates to case management notes in Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Attend bi-weekly team meetings and report on status of clients served. Attend weekly meetings for clinical staffing. Link clients with resources for financial planning, public benefits, behavioral health, family counseling, medical and dental care, education and employment assistance, transportation and other basic needs as indicated. Advocate for clients with other service providers . Attend mandatory Association meetings and trainings as directed.

Minimum Requirements: High School diploma/ GED required, Bachelors’ degree in social service/human services preferred or a relevant combination of education and experience. Must possess clean MVR and valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. Excellent organization and time management skills. Ability to prioritize client needs and plan services accordingly. Ability to quickly build rapport clients from various backgrounds. Must possess good computer skills and ability to enter data into the HMIS system as required. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing. Extensive knowledge of community referral sources. Understanding of available substance abuse and mental health treatment options in the community. Ability to work independently, yet closely with a team .Experience working with homeless or at-risk populations.

  • Hours: Full Time; Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week

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Position: Service Coordinator
Location: Tulsa, OK

Duties: Provide outreach as needed. Conduct needs assessments and plans according to client needs and preferences. Provide services according to (housing) barriers and risk factors/level of need. Provide ongoing support, monitoring and coordination of services for each client. Meet on a weekly basis with clients until stabilized, then as needed and according to plans. Weekly updates to case management notes in Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Attend bi-weekly team meetings and report on status of clients served. Attend weekly meetings for clinical staffing. Link clients with resources for financial planning, public benefits, behavioral health, family counseling, medical and dental care, education and employment assistance, transportation and other basic needs as indicated. Advocate for clients with other service providers . Attend mandatory Association meetings and trainings as directed.

Minimum Requirements: High School diploma/ GED required, Bachelors’ degree in social service/human services preferred or a relevant combination of education and experience. Must possess clean MVR and valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. Excellent organization and time management skills. Ability to prioritize client needs and plan services accordingly. Ability to quickly build rapport clients from various backgrounds. Must possess good computer skills and ability to enter data into the HMIS system as required. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing. Extensive knowledge of community referral sources. Understanding of available substance abuse and mental health treatment options in the community. Ability to work independently, yet closely with a team .Experience working with homeless or at-risk populations.

  • Hours: Full Time; Monday-Friday, 40 hours per week

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Position: Peer Recovery Support Specialist for Denver House Drop In Center
Location: Tulsa, OK

Duties:  Be a living example that recovery is possible by role modeling recovery and wellness in his or her own life. Provide and advocate for effective recovery oriented services. Teach and mentor the value of every individual’s recovery experience. Coach on effective coping techniques and self-help strategies. Assist consumers in articulating personal goals for recovery and identifying the objectives needed to reach them. Empower consumers through promoting autonomy, self direction, and self-advocacy. Facilitate peer support groups and self-help (mutual support) groups. Support consumers in using WRAP or other wellness plans. Assist in creating a crisis plan and Psychiatric Advanced Directive. Support consumers in identifying meaningful roles and integrating into communities of their choice. Assist consumers in building social skills and on the development of natural support systems. Attend treatment team and program development meetings to ensure the presence of the consumer voice and to promote the use of self-directed recovery tools. Share knowledge about and resources for various behavioral health settings and
ancillary services (i.e. Social Security, housing services, supportive employment, and advocacy organizations). Assist consumers in obtaining services that suit his or her recovery needs. Maintain a working knowledge of current trends and developments in the behavioral health field through ongoing participation in trainings other educational opportunities. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or GED. Demonstrated participation in advocacy and/or personal knowledge in recovery. Be willing to self-disclose
about personal recovery and wellness. Be stabilized in recovery and practice ongoing self-care. Be able to serve as an example for others of what wellness and recovery looks like. Agree to respect and observe the CPRSS Code of Ethics. Complete the CPRSS training and pass the examination with a score of 70% or better. Maintain CPRSS certification including CEU’s and yearly certification renewal. Basic computer knowledge including basic Microsoft Office programs.

  • Hours: Part Time; Monday-Friday

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Housing Development

There are no available jobs in this area at this time

Leasing / Pool/On-call / On-Site Housing

Position: Resident Assistant at Walker Hall
Location: Tulsa, OK

  • Duties: Responsible for general safety and security of the facility, including monitoring of video surveillance equipment, fire systems, and all building exits. Provides non-clinical support to program residents who are in treatment and recovery from serious mental illness and homelessness, and communicates with internal and external providers as needed. Makes interior and exterior checks of the premises. Enforces program rules. Monitors incoming and outgoing guests and maintains a daily sign-in/out sheet. Observes and reports resident behaviors. Facilitate weekly room inspections and report findings. Creates a shift log that accurately reports any incidents, behaviors, or maintenance issues, and is required to review previous shift logs to enhance awareness of potential problems or other issues. Creates and distributes incident reports as required. May be required to assist with janitorial or kitchen duties including preparation of meals with residents. Responsible for knowledge of and compliance with Association policies and procedures. Works in cooperation with Front Desk Attendant and Pool Staff on shifts where two staff are required to be on duty. Be a living example that recovery is possible by role modeling recovery and wellness in his or her own life. Individual responsibilities may vary by shift, as assigned by the Team Leader.
  • Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma/GED required. Experience with program housing and/or working with persons with mental illness preferred. Strong interpersonal skills required, including setting and enforcing appropriate boundaries with residents. Knowledge of basic office equipment and technology required, including Microsoft office suite. Ability to multi-task and prioritize duties required. Adult CPR and First Aid certification preferred. Current Tulsa City/County Health Department Food Handler’s permit required within 90 days of hire.
  • Hours:Full Time, evening shift, 4pm-12am

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Position: Front Desk Attendant at Altamont, Weekend Shift
Location: Tulsa, OK

  • Duties: Responsible for general safety and security of the facility, including monitoring of video surveillance equipment, fire systems, and all building exits.  Makes interior and exterior checks of the premises. Enforces all property and leasing rules, Monitors incoming and outgoing guests. Observes and reports resident behaviors, Creates a shift log that accurately reports any incidents, behaviors or maintenance issues and is required to review previous shift logs to enhance awareness of potential problems or other issues.  May be required to assist with janitorial or kitchen duties when staffing is insufficient.  Responsible for knowledge of and compliance with Association policies and procedures.  Works in cooperation with Resident Assistant Staff and Pool Staff on shifts where two staff are required to be on duty.  Creates and distributes incident reports as required.  Be a living example that recovery is possible by role modeling recovery and wellness in his or her own life.
  • Minimum Requirements: High School diploma or GED preferred. Demonstrated participation in advocacy and/or personal knowledge in recovery.  Be willing to self-disclose about personal recovery and wellness.
  • Hours:Part time, evening shift, 4pm-12 am, Saturday-Sunday (16-hour work week)

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Position: Pool (On-Call) Staff – Resident Assistant – All Housing Properties
Location: Tulsa, OK

  • Duties:
  • Oversees shift operations of Walker Hall,  Yale or 12th Street Safe Haven (as appropriate), including but not limited to updating charts, monitoring medications, overseeing chores and routines of housing residents, and interacting with residents
  • Minimum Requirements: 
  • High School diploma required, Bachelors degree preferred, experience working with homeless people as well as those with mental illness preferred, good interpersonal skills, Adult First Aid, CPR certificates and CAPE (Creating a Positive Environment) training a plus
  • Hours: Varied – on as-needed basis, no set schedule; no guaranteed amount of hours
  • Closing Date: Indefinite

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Position: Pool(On-Call) Staff –Lottie House
Location: Oklahoma City, OK

  • Duties:
  • Responsible for general safety and security of the facility, enforce program rules, monitor incoming and outgoing participants and maintains a daily sign-in/out sheet. Observes, reports and logs participants behaviors and activities. Assist with janitorial or kitchen duties as needed. Responsible for knowledge of and compliance with association policies and procedures. Assist consumers in articulating personal goals for recovery and identifying the objectives needed to reach them. Facilitate peer support groups and self-help groups. Assist consumers in building social skills and on the development of natural support systems. Attend treatment team and program development meetings to ensure the presence of the consumer voice and to promote the use of self-directed recovery tools. Perform other duties as assigned. On-call position, hours assigned as needed.
  • Minimum Requirements: 
  • High School Diploma/GED preferred. Demonstrated participation in advocacy and/or personal knowledge in recovery. Be willing to self-disclose about personal recovery and wellness. Be stabilized in recovery and practice ongoing self-care. Be able to serve as an example for others of what wellness and recovery looks like.
  • Hours: Varied. On-call position, hours assigned as needed.

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Property Maintenance

Position: Property Maintenance Worker
Location: Tulsa, OK

  • Duties: Addressing general maintenance and repair needs of the Association’s various properties as they arise, including: Assisting with all phases of general property management maintenance and repairs. These duties involve and are not limited to:  Landscape maintenance of all properties consisting of mowing, edging, hedge trimming, blowing walks and drives, leaf and snow removal as needed; Apartment make-readies consisting of general prep work, painting, minor plumbing and/or electrical repairs, and cleanup; Trouble shooting the variety of repair requests from all Association properties. Additionally, assistance with Association functions such as donations pickup, meeting room set up, etc.
  • Minimum Requirements: Past property maintenance experience in the areas of landscaping, carpentry, electrical, plumbing and HVAC are a plus. The successful candidate must be a dedicated team player.
  • Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 pm, Monday-Friday (some evenings and weekends, flexibility in scheduling required)

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Position: Property Maintenance Supervisor
Location: Tulsa, OK 

  • Duties: Supervises and coordinates activities of staff engaged in maintaining and repairing mechanical, electrical and physical structures of buildings and maintaining grounds at various Mental Health Association Oklahoma (Association) owned and/or managed properties by performing the following duties. Plan and schedule the workload for staff engaged in repair of building mechanical and electrical systems, painting and performing structural repairs to masonry, woodwork, and furnishings of buildings. Participate in and supervise all aspects of the maintenance requirements for unit prep, systems maintenance, and maintenance activities requiring licensed technical staff. Directs staff engaged in ground maintenance activities such as mowing lawns, trimming hedges, removing weeds, and waste disposal. Ensure completed tasks meet established THA, OHFA and HOME inspection guidelines and time constraints. Requisitions tools, equipment, materials and supplies within the operating budget for the assigned property.
    Review work schedules and estimate man hour requirements for completion of job assignments and adjust procedures to meet maintenance schedules.  Review daily work orders that have been completed and maintain time and production records. Advise personnel on departmental rules, regulations and policies; assist in the development of procedures to ensure compliance.
    Review reports, program activities and other information to evaluate program effectiveness and quality of services; develop controls to assure accountability for maintenance operations, policy implementation and efficiency of maintenance staff. Assist in performing the actual hands-on activities of staff as required. Participates in ongoing training programs; promote staff development; develop and implement staff training programs. Monitors the condition of assigned development(s) to ensure the health, safety, and security of the residents, guests, vendors and employees. Respond to after-hour calls as needed or directed by Management. Required to maintain and respond to communication devices (i.e., two way radio, cell phone, etc.). Other duties which may be assigned to ensure proper maintenance occurs which affects the health and safety of Association residents.
  • Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one (1) to three (3) years related experience and/or training; one (1) additional year experience as a supervisor and/or working lead (two years of Association maintenance experience will exchange for this requirement); or equivalent combination of education and experience.Directly supervises up to 10 maintenance employees, must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 pm, Monday-Friday (some evenings and weekends, flexibility in scheduling required)

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Human Resources / Administration

There are no available jobs in this area at this time

 

Marketing / Development

Position: Director of Development
Location: Tulsa, OK 

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all of Mental Health Association Oklahoma’s fundraising activities and efforts, including major gifts, planned giving, special events, capital campaigns, grant funding, and the like. The Director of Development works closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, Board of Directors, Committee members, Advisory Council members, and Development Department staff to develop and achieve fundraising goals and initiatives.

  • Duties:Overall fundraising responsibilities including: Meet with current and prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to cultivate ongoing and lasting relationships. Create and developing a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors. Oversee grant application process, including researching, proposal writing, and reporting requirements. Develop and implement of all aspects related to planned giving and a legacy society, including establishment of solicitation and donor acknowledgement techniques. Direct capital campaigns and other major fundraising drives, including planning, goal development, strategy design and implementation, and securing contributions. Coordinate and execute special fundraising events, including developing the budget and goals, managing public relations, securing a chair and committee, managing contract negotiations, soliciting sponsors and attendees, and managing all aspects of the event. Direct and oversee employee and Board member fundraising drives. Coordinate donor acquisition and retention through face-to-face meetings, semi-annual newsletters, annual report, donor acknowledgement letters and other pertinent communication and correspondence. In coordination with the Resource Development Committee, write and monitor the Association’s annual resource development plan, which determines fundraising goals, strategies and development initiatives for the upcoming year. Monitor and report no less than quarterly on fundraising activities to the Resource Development Committee, Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Identify and implement long-range fundraising strategies that promote sustainability. Represent the Association at community events and speaking engagements. Staff the Resource Development and Board Development Committee meetings. Oversee the fundraising database and donor management system. Supervise and collaborate with other fundraising staff. Oversee and maintain gift recognition and acknowledgments. Annually analyze fundraising efforts and identifying areas for improvement to attain increased fundraising goals. Demonstrating professional and courteous conduct at all times.
  • Provide staff support and expertise to the Board of Directors and Advisory Council through various activities including: Oversee and manage the board members terms of service, board attendance and other responsibilities identified in the Board Service Letter of Agreement. In coordination with the Board Development Committee, secure first and second term board members, officers, board development committee members and advisory council members on an annual basis. Coordinate annual board and staff retreat through a series of logistical aspects, including site and moderator selection, board and staff notification, and other pertinent components as they are identified. Organize Spring and Fall Advisory Council meetings. Consists of securing a host and date, working with the Chief Executive Officer to determine the agenda, communicating with appropriate staff and Advisory Council members on details. Arrange and execute all details pertaining to the annual New Board Member Orientation. Includes site selection, member / staff notification, establishment of the agenda and preparation of all necessary materials. Maintain detailed statistics on the Association’s Board of Directors, which includes gender, ethnicity, profession and other pertinent data as needed. Identify and promote long-range strategies that promote sustainability and cohesiveness among our Board of Directors.
  • Assist with various administrative duties within the Association as needed, including: Approval of accounts payable invoices and supply orders as needed. Consult with staff members and volunteers on projects, events, budgets and new initiatives. Provide assistance and guidance with annual budgeting process.
  • Minimum Requirements: This level of knowledge is normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in business, marketing, communications, or human services field with three years experience in fundraising for a non-profit agency. Experience working with fundraising software preferred, Bi-lingual is a plus. Must be a team player with proven ability to work effectively with people at all levels; ability to multi-task and ability to delegate as necessary.
  • Hours: Full Time, Monday-Friday

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Accounting

Position: Accounts Payable Clerk
Location: Tulsa, OK 

The accounts payable clerk is responsible for the payment of goods and services purchased by the organization. This role also serves as an auditor, ensuring that invoices are accurate and that proper accounting procedures are followed for the purchasing and payment of goods and services.

  • Duties: Reviews all invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment. Enters all invoices into Netsuite either manually or by csv upload. Enters journal entries as needed to record ACH/wire payments. Notifies approvers when checks are ready for signatures within the system. Mails/Distributes printed checks as required. Maintains record of vendor I-9’s, insurance, and other required documentation. Answers all vendor inquiries. Maintains all accounts payable reports. Assists Association personnel with accounts payable inquiries as necessary. Files approved invoices appropriately. Assists in monthly closings. Prepares analysis of accounts, as required.
  • Minimum Requirements: Associate’s degree in accounting or relevant combination of education, certification and experience. Training or experience in computer applications. Preferred experience with non-profits and/or Netsuite software.
  • Hours: Full Time, Monday-Friday

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Technology

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Evaluation and Compliance

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Criminal Justice / Public Policy

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Employment First

Housing to Work programs offers employment through an in-house, non-competitive, low demand, high expectation Work Program.

Our Work Program employees have been homeless with a disability and work part-time positions in the Altamont or Yale apartment buildings.  All Work Program positions are overseen by the staff on duty. These jobs have varying levels of support and training depending on the needs of the participant. Applicant must be a current resident at one of our housing properties.

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Supportive Employment is a program dedicated to those individuals who face barriers to employment due to mental illness (including substance abuse, criminal backgrounds, homelessness, and co-occurring disorders).

Part of the array of options provided to those seeking employment, participants can opt into applying for positions located within the organization that are short-term, part-time, highly structured, team based, and programmatic in nature. These particular positions provide needed additional structure to those who may not feel completely ready to re-enter the community’s competitive employment field and for those who desire strong accountability, structure, and skill and confidence development.

Position: Altamont Baker
Location: Tulsa, OK

  • Workforce Readiness program collaborates with the B’nai Emunah synagogue for the Altamont Bakery to provide work to those interested in part-time work in a recovery setting. The Altamont Bakery bakes every Tuesday and is currently looking for two individuals living in recovery with an interest or background in baking.
  • Duties: Altamont bakers’ duties include learning all stations of the kitchen. These stations are mixing ingredients (wet and dry), dish washing, scooping, oven operation, and food storage. Bakers will need to know and/or learn proper food handling and storing techniques and guidelines. All those employed within the bakery work as a team and a team approach should be taken on all aspects of duties.
  • Minimum Requirements: Program qualifications require that applicants have a mental illness and be willing to self-disclose; access to reliable transportation (public or private) required; must be able to work independently as well as with others; must have food handlers permit. Applicants may apply without food handlers permit, but upon hiring, must obtain one before work in the kitchen begins.
  • Hours: Baking takes place every Tuesday,  beginning at 1:00. Hours fluctuate depending on the size of orders, but bakers are usually done with all duties around 6:00. Holiday seasons are busier and may require more time baking.

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Position: Property Maintenance Worker through Employment First
Location: Tulsa, OK  

  • Duties: Addressing general maintenance and repair needs of the Association’s various properties as they arise, including: Assisting with all phases of general property management maintenance and repairs. These duties involve and are not limited to:  Landscape maintenance of all properties consisting of mowing, edging, hedge trimming, blowing walks and drives, leaf and snow removal as needed; Apartment make-readies consisting of general prep work, painting, minor plumbing and/or electrical repairs, and cleanup; Trouble shooting the variety of repair requests from all Association properties. Additionally, assistance with Association functions such as donations pickup, meeting room set up, etc.
  • Minimum Requirements: Must be in the Employment First Program. The successful candidate must be a dedicated team player.
  • Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 pm, Monday-Friday (some evenings and weekends, flexibility in scheduling required)

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