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Housing Resource Specialist
The Housing Resource Specialist manages and maintains both a web-based inventory of public and private housing resources dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness, and an accurate and comprehensive real-time web-based inventory of individual vulnerability, agency intake and eligibility criteria, forms and assessment tools. The ideal Housing Resource Specialist candidate will have knowledge regarding tenancy preservation, eviction prevention, and homelessness prevention and placement resources offered by the community and be able to implement strategies and practices that further the goals of the HUD funded Continuum of Care and A Way Home for Tulsa strategic plan as they relate to Housing First, tenancy preservation, rapid re-housing and long-term supportive housing services. This position requires the ability to develop strong working relationships with staff from other agencies to quickly access information to help coordinate housing services for at-risk individuals, youth and families that experience homelessness. Required qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred) in business, public administration, or other related field, demonstrated capacity to use technology to develop solutions that increase communication, coordination and problem solving, knowledge and adherence to “Housing First” principles and strategies, and be competent in a variety of web based technology applications and products. Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Posted online 6/24/2015)
Drug Court Coordinator
Opening for F/T Coordinator w/benefits working with the Tulsa County Drug Court. Position requires strong leadership and communication skills. Seeking creative and positive attitude. Must be a team player. Desire experience working with criminal justice and/or mentally ill offenders. Prefer a master’s level plus 3-5 years experience with special populations. EOE/M/F/D/V. Please submit resume, cover letter and three professional references to email@example.com. (Posted online 6/3/2015)
Pathways HUB Coordinator – CSC Homeless Initiatives
Program Coordinator needed for Intensive Case Management program focused on implementing the Housing First philosophy for those experiencing homelessness. Experience with grant management, program planning and development, budget management, overseeing day to day program operations, managing collaborative multi-disciplinary teams, and providing learning and development and technical assistance opportunities with program partners is desired. Bachelors Degree in Public Health, Health Sciences, Social Work, Education, Public Administration or a related field – Masters Degree preferred. In addition, this position requires a minimum of two years working with vulnerable populations in community based services environment, three years professional experience in the administration of human service programs and experience in development and delivery of learning and performance solutions. EOE/M/F/D/. Please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Posted online 5/6/2015)
The Tulsa COURTS Programs with the Community Service Council seek paid office interns who are interested in criminal justice, education, marketing, psychology, social work, sociology, or other related fields. The paid internship requires 20 hours a week and pays by the hour. The office interns are responsible for providing administrative and court assistance to the problem-solving courts in Tulsa County. For more information, please contact Ericka Jeffords. To apply, e-mail a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. If you have questions, please call 918-588-8406. Flyer about internship opportunities