Employment

PCCT Staff

PCCT Staff

Thank you for your interest in The Parent Child Center of Tulsa. Please check back often for positions that are a fit for your experience, skills and career objectives. To apply for an open position, please print the following application. Email completed application along with resume to employment@parentchildcenter.org or mail directly to PCCT Human Resources 1421 S. Boston Ave., Tulsa, OK 74119. If an interview is granted for an open position, we will usually contact you within two weeks of receiving your application and resume. Due to the volume of applicants, we are unable to respond to all submissions. No unsolicited resumes please.

When applying for a position with The Parent Child Center, please fill out and print these forms.


Open Positions:

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.

Operations Department Assistant – The Operations Assistant is responsible for assisting and supporting the planning and execution of the agency’s operations functions.  This position serves as the initial primary contact for the day-to-day facilities and information technology (IT) functions.  This position works closely with Human Resources and other Operations team members as an internal service provider to other agency departments and programs.

Infant Mental Health Therapist – responsible for delivering direct services to children birth to age 12 with a special emphasis on expertise in working with children birth to 5 and their families within the Children’s Treatment Program. In addition to clinical responsibilities, the IMH Therapist also engages in educational training and advocacy efforts to promote prevention of child abuse and neglect within the community at large. Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, or other related mental health field. Licensed or license eligible (under supervision).

 


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–Personnel Team Success Statement