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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.
Mentoring Coordinator, Tulsa Reentry One-Stop
Mentoring Coordinator needed for prison reentry program focused on employment and training. Experience with volunteer recruitment, training, individual & group mentoring, and reentry is preferred. Position is part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team working with people recently released from prison. Prefer Bachelor's degree - Social Sciences, Social Work and two years of relative experience. Please complete the application online here and send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. EOE/M/F/D/V
A full time position, responsible for greeting and directing visitors; phone relief on switchboard; conference room and meeting set-up; preparing documents for bulk mailing, and additional misc. tasks as needed. Dependability and excellent communication skills essential. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office. Please complete the application online here and send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities of this role will focus on the oversight of accounts receivable, using unit cost and fund accounting principles. This role requires knowledge of accrual and cash based accounting including, but not limited to:
• Meet reporting requirements of external government and non-government agencies, as well as internal management .
• Perform general ledger support activities including: receivables, aging accounts, journal entries and payments.
• Provide support for various financial and tax audits.
• Monitor each programs expenditures and accruals for accuracy.
• Prepare monthly journal entries and necessary adjusting entries for all the grants and contract related transactions.
• Prepare, copy and mail billings to all funding sources
• Thorough understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Knowledge of Statutory accounting principles.
• Strong analytical and accounting skills.
• Intermediate to advanced experience with MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook
• Intermediate to advanced knowledge of major accounting software packages for both general ledger and statutory accounting. Financial Edge preferred
Bachelors Degree required, preferably in Accounting or a related field required. Minimum of 3 years of experience, non-profit experience a plus. Please complete the application online here and send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
2 1 1 Helpline Bilingual Job Opening
211 Helpline Service Specialist. Bilingual in Spanish and English strongly preferred. Crisis intervention experience preferred. Send resumes and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or 211 Employment, P.O. 5287, Tulsa, OK. (Posted online 9/8/14.)
Healthy Start Initiative -- Positions:
(Posted online 9/3/14)
For all positions, apply online here
, and email email@example.com
with cover letter and resume.
Social Marketing Coordinator
POSITION SUMMARY: Primarily responsible for promoting Healthy Start’s social marketing and events which include e-newsletters, publications, logistics for conferences, and media contacts.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following functions represent the majority of the duties performed by position, but are not all-inclusive or prevent other duties from being assigned:
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (95% of Time):
1. Creates, prepares and facilitates development of social marketing campaigns and publications.
2. Implements logistics for events, conferences, and training opportunities.
3. Prepares and facilitates e-newsletters, pod casts and multi-media opportunities.
QUALIFICATIONS/SPECIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Experience: Prefer two years of experience in communications field.
Skills: Communicating effectively in orally, in writing, public speaking, including radio and television, interviews and public relations. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Licenses: None.
(May be Employee or Contractor)
POSITION SUMMARY: Provide professional medical and social care coordination to children, adults and families within the Healthy Start Initiative guidelines; provide short-term counseling to male partners of Healthy Start clients to resolve problems; and refer clients to other specialized agencies for additional assistance or treatment.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: The following functions represent the majority of the duties performed by the position, but are not all-inclusive or prevent other duties from being assigned:
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (97% of Time):
1. Provides casework services and determines the preferred intervention strategy for each client according to Healthy Start protocols.
2. Completes and maintains database according to Healthy Start guidelines.
3. Interviews clients’ families; completes intake and risk assessments which identify specific needs of each client and family. Will manage a caseload of 30 to 35 clients.
4. Follows up on missed appointments to include home visits.
5. Participates in staff meetings, quality assurance activities and appropriate in-service.
6. Participates in staff meetings.
QUALIFICATIONS/SPECIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling or nursing, with master’s in social work or nursing preferred. Experience: One-year experience as a social worker or related experience in a family clinic preferred. Skills: Excellent interpersonal and good communication skills required to provide effective client counseling and obtain cooperation from clients who come from a wide range of economic, social, and ethnic backgrounds; skills in interviewing and counseling clients and in working with agency staff and community resources. Case manager bilingual: Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Licenses: Eligible for licensure as a social worker by the State of Oklahoma or an active nursing licensure.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Independent Evaluator will perform analytical and administrative duties to manage the evaluation of the federal, state, local or multi-funded project. Incumbent will be responsible for training on assessment instruments, data quality and management of the project evaluation, and reporting and monitoring implementation of each phase of the evaluation.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Project evaluation activities will include identifying needed databases and reporting procedures;
2. Identifying provider training needs and scheduling training sessions;
3. Collaborating with information services programming staff to build and transfer database extract files to address identified data needs;
4. Working with families and the local coordination board to ensure consumer input;
5. Presenting client and program reports that are user-friendly to non-scientific audiences; collaborating with the participants regarding evaluation design; and attending meetings with project staff and interagency groups to successfully complete the grant goals.
QUALIFICATIONS/SPECIFICATIONS: Education: Completion of the curriculum requirements of a masters degree in public health or the social sciences, including at least 15 semester hours of statistics, social science research methods, and program evaluation or policy analysis; doctorate and experience preferred.
Tulsa COURTS Programs Opportunities
AmeriCorps Participants, and Volunteers
Contact the COURTS Programs about opportunities to serve and learn. Ericka Jeffords
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions, please call 918-588-8406. Flyer about internship opportunities
For more information about employment at the Council, please email CSC's Director of Operations and Human Resources