Job Openings

The OKAIMH Career Center was developed to assist members in their efforts to seek employment in the social services arena. In addition, it addresses the need employers have to fill available positions with qualified employees. This service is complimentary and does not require membership for job postings.


Oklahoma State Dept. of Health is seeking a full time Behavioral Health Consultant providing support to Child Care Warmline and Child Guidance Parent Line, Family Support & Prevention Service. This is an unclassified position (PIN 34002297) in state government, located in Oklahoma City. Duties of the position will include providing telephone consultation to parents and caregivers of children birth to age 13 as part of a statewide primary prevention system. OSDH offers a comprehensive Benefits Package, including a generous benefit allowance to offset the cost of insurance premiums for employees and their eligible dependents. The annual salary for this position is up to $63,000.00 based on education and experience. Click here for full details and to apply.
02/26/2021


Grand Lake Mental Health in Nowata County is looking to fill open therapists positions available (2). Experience in infant mental health and various evidenced based treatments is considered upon interview. Reflective supervision/consultation process is utilized for staffing cases and experience with this is considered as well. Please apply directly on the website at www.glmhc.net for open positions in Nowata Co.

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02/15/2021


Deaconess Pregnancy & Adoption Counseling Center is looking for a Therapist who has a heart to work alongside our team, providing therapeutic care to a specialized population who have been touched by foster care or adoption, infertility, attachment, or maternal mental health. This is a full-time position with benefits. The work schedule is traditional office hours with the possibility of evening hours once a week.

The position will provide individual, family, and group therapy to individuals and families in the DPA Counseling Center and work alongside other therapists as well as the other programming of the agency to serve the organization's mission.

The Therapist must be:

Master's degree in social work and/or behavioral or social science or related field and one year of experience in therapeutic environment required. Licensed and unlicensed candidates may apply. Candidate must have an Oklahoma license in good standing from the following disciplines: LCSW, LPC, or LMFT, or be willing to pursue one of the aforementioned licenses. Experience in one or more of the following modalities preferred: Theraplay, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Trust-Based Relational Intervention, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), or Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Our team at DPA is made up of people committed to praying for and caring for all who cross our path. If you are interested in serving alongside us, please send a resume and cover letter to our Counseling Supervisor, Michelle Hankey.
02/09/2021


Tulsa Educare has an opening for a Mental Health Specialist. We are seeking an individual with a Master's degree in the mental health field, social work or its equivalent from an accredited school. Mental health license or certification required. Knowledge and experience in early childhood mental health, individual, group and family therapy. Knowledge and experience in conducting mental health assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning. Visit our website for more information and to apply.
02/05/2021


The OU-Tulsa Department of Pediatrics, HealthySteps program has two Master's-prepared, HealthySteps Specialist positions available. We are seeking a candidate who identifies culturally with the North Tulsa population at the Westview Pediatric Clinic site and a bilingual (Spanish) preferred candidate for the HealthySteps position at the OSU Pediatrics Clinic site. HealthySteps Specialists are part of the interdisciplinary team in pediatric clinics that participate in well-child visits for ages 0-3 years, addressing early childhood common and complex concerns such as feeding, behavior, sleep, attachment, maternal depression, access to social supports beyond health care, and adapting to life with a baby or young child. Email HealthySteps@ouhsc.edu for more information.
01/27/2021