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The Community Service Council is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and will not unlawfully discriminate against any Employee or applicant on the basis of sex (gender), race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic status protected by law, including genetic information.

Executive Director
Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa, a private non-profit organization whose mission is to identify, research, plan and mobilize action toward critical social services and health, education and civic challenges, has begun the search for an Executive Director.

The agency has an annual budget of $11.5 million, 120 employees and is governed by a Board of Directors composed of community leaders from all sectors. In short, this cutting edge organization identifies community challenges, researches and pursues new initiatives, and marshals resources toward workable solutions as it continues to serve the community.

The Executive Director is responsible for supervision of two Associate Directors accountable for operational and functional programs, the Director of Finance, and the Director of Operations, Procurement, and Human Resources.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Planning/Strategy Development
  • Needs Assessment
  • Organizational Development
  • Board Relations
  • Fundraising/Development
  • Community Relations
  • Financial Management

Candidate qualifications include a Bachelorís degree in Business Administration, Social Science, Public Affairs or a related discipline. Graduate level study is preferred. 12-15 years of related experience leading up to and including organizational leadership, preferably including significant experience in the non-profit sector.

Please submit cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae to Morey Villareal, Villareal Associates at or request full job description.

Landlord Liaison - Homeless Initiatives
The Landlord Liaison supports the Abode Initiative, to increase the successful housing of people who were formerly experiencing homelessness by opening clear channels of communication and mediation between owners/landlords of affordable supportive and fair market rental housing, tenants/applicants, and social service agencies in order to remove barriers to securing and maintaining housing. Develop and support relationships between owners/landlords of affordable supportive and fair market rental housing, tenants/applicants, and social service agencies. Work with eviction prevention specialists/case managers at various social service agencies to connect assistance with at risk tenants. Support advocacy efforts for equitable housing policies for our community. Knowledge of applicable local, state, and federal housing laws, including Fair Housing, Landlord/Tenant, and related skillset. Associateís degree in human services, marketing, or real estate-related field. Bachelorís degree preferred. Send resume and cover letter to EOE/M/F/D/V.

Veteran Treatment Court Mentor & Resource Coordinator
Advance the ability of Veteran Treatment Court (VTC) participants to successfully complete all related requirements by effectively and routinely facilitating and collaborating in relationships with participants, co-workers, BRRX4Vets staff, mentors, service officers and community resource personnel. Qualifications required: Knowledge of the criminal court system and legal proceedings is essential. Extensive knowledge of the VHA, VBA, and military and veterans services, including medical, mental health, education and other benefits required. Ability to read a DD214 and other military documents is necessary. Minimum educational requirement is a bachelorís degree. Preference for education, social service and/or criminal justice degree. Send resume and cover letter to EOE/M/F/D/V. Note: for this position, we cannot consider candidates who do not have all of the REQUIRED qualifications.

AmeriCorps Participants and Volunteers

Contact the COURTS Programs about opportunities to serve and learn. Ericka Jeffords.

For more information about employment at the Council, please email CSC's Director of Operations and Human Resources


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