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Part Time Groups Receptionist/Data Entry Assistant – Welcomes clients, provides clerical assistance and supports group leaders for evening Adult Treatment groups. Position is 20 hours per week and individual must be able to work Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings between the hours of 5-8:30. Remaining hours worked are flexible.
Never Shake A Baby Nurse Educator – This position provides Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) prevention education services to parents and caregivers of newborns at area hospitals (bedside and in conjunction with hospital education programs) and conducts community SBS prevention education workshops. As a part of the agency’s Community Education Services department, this position utilizes opportunities to provide education about other agency programs and services.Bilingual preferred.
SafeCare Program Assistant – Responsible for taking referrals for candidates to the Secondary Prevention programs, providing data entry in the ClaimTrak database, and back up for data entry in the OCAP database, maintaining computer and file records and supply of program forms. Program Assistant provides clerical support for the Secondary Prevention Team.
Child Advocate Therapist – The Child Advocate Therapist is a position developed through collaboration between the Family Safety Center (FCS), Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS), and The Parent Child Center of Tulsa (PCCT). The Child Advocate Therapist is hired and supervised by The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, trained by DVIS and subcontracted for the functions outlined below, and housed at the Family Safety Center as a member of their multidisciplinary team. Duties include assessment, advocacy, linking and coordinating with community services and monitoring results for the children of domestic violence survivors. This position is responsible for partnering with the child’s caregiver to enhance feelings of immediate safety, to provide physical and emotional comfort for the child or children, and to increase the likelihood that survivors will access services that support emotional recovery for their children and themselves.
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–Personnel Team Success Statement