Join Us in Leading Change: Chief Executive Officer Opportunity at Housing Solutions
We’re searching for not just a CEO, but a visionary leader who will be a catalyst for change in the fight against homelessness. Our mission is ambitious, our goals are grand, and we need someone exceptional at the helm. Could that be you?
In this pivotal role, you will guide our dedicated team, shaping the strategic direction and ensuring the successful execution of our mission, goals, and financial objectives. Your leadership will extend beyond our organization as you work hand-in-hand with key figures across Tulsa County and Oklahoma – from city and county leadership to partner agencies and public stakeholders. Uniting efforts to end homelessness is a significant part of your mission.
Are you ready to make a significant impact? Your leadership could be the turning point in our journey to end homelessness. Join us, bring your vision, and let’s create a future where everyone has a place to call home.
Housing Solutions seeks motivated professionals who want to use their talents and skills to make a difference. Our staff are flexible and passionate about enriching people’s lives. If you are mission-driven, dedicated to superior service and support, can diligently work independently and in a collaborative environment, join our team. HS is leading the fight to end homelessness in Tulsa County. Here, not only would your work have a real impact on the community, but we also offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package. As the lead agency in the HUD- funded Tulsa County Continuum of Care, we coordinate and manage over $3 million annually in federal, state, county, and city funds for programs providing shelter, housing, and services to people experiencing homelessness.
We believe that housing is a basic human right, that system collaboration is key to ending homelessness, and that all individuals and families deserve resources and opportunities to end their homelessness.
Housing Solutions does not discriminate against any employee or job applicant because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, physical or mental disability, or age. Women, minorities, veterans, people with lived experience of homelessness, and other diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
12 & 12 offers life-saving recovery tools for adults suffering with addiction or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders to achieve individualized recoveries.
CSC works to improve Oklahomans’ lives through direct services that provide and connect people to the help and hope they need; data, research and training that informs programming and policies around equity and opportunity; and collective impact work that convenes local and national partners to implement innovative strategies for a stronger Oklahoma.
CRSOK provides quality treatment for people dealing with the effects of severe mental illness, such as major depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse, regardless of their ability to pay. These illnesses affect the ability to live successfully and independently in our community until diagnosis, treatment and support are received.
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs provides resources and services to military veterans residing in the state of Oklahoma. This includes assistance with state and federal benefits, disability claims, burial and survivor benefits, healthcare, employment, education, mental health/suicide prevention, entrepreneurship, veteran-owned businesses, women veteran services and veterans in agriculture. ODVA also operates seven long-term care facilities for veterans throughout Oklahoma.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. DVIS, a Tulsa Area United Way agency, is the only nonprofit agency in Tulsa, Okla., and the surrounding communities to provide comprehensive intervention and prevention services to men, women and, children affected by domestic and sexual violence. The DVIS mission is to rebuild lives affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy, shelter, counseling, and education.
F&CS promotes, supports, and strengthens the well-being and behavioral health of adults, children, and families. As the largest community mental health center in Oklahoma, F&CS is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic, F&CS is committed to the highest levels of quality in care. They are local, state, and national award winners.
Iron Gate’s mission is simple. We feed the hungry of Tulsa—every day. We feed people in three ways, through our soup kitchen, grocery pantry and Kids Pantry. We call those who eat at Iron Gate our “guests” because we invite them to eat with us. Our philosophy is we are all guests on this earth and guests treat one another with courtesy, kindness and respect.
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. (LASO) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides civil legal assistance to low-income persons throughout Oklahoma. LASO was born in 2001 when Legal Aid Services of Eastern Oklahoma, Inc. and Legal Aid of Western Oklahoma were merged to create a unified program for the state. LASO maintains 18 offices throughout Oklahoma.
Our work includes housing, mental health education, support groups, pro bono counseling, mental health screening and referral, suicide prevention, peer-to-peer recovery services, employment readiness, community health and wellness initiatives, and criminal justice advocacy.
The Association’s housing program utilizes a Housing First model that provides immediate access to safe, decent, and affordable housing for individuals who have experienced mental illness, homelessness and substance use.
Morton is a Patient Centered Medical Home. Morton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, is one of Oklahoma’s largest community health centers in the state. For over 90 years, Morton has been providing comprehensive medical, dental and ancillary services to individuals regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, national origin or one’s ability to pay for services.
For more than 40 years, The University of Oklahoma Outreach, National Resource Center for Youth Services (NRCYS) has been improving the effectiveness of human services through training, capacity-building consultation, and other services.
Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) is the largest state agency and provides a wide range of assistance programs to help Oklahomans in need. OKDHS-managed programs include: food benefits (SNAP); temporary cash assistance (TANF); services for persons with developmental disabilities and persons who are aging; adult protective services; child welfare programs; child support services; and child care assistance, licensing and monitoring. OKDHS also handles applications and eligibility for Sooner Care, the state’s Medicaid program offering health care to families with low incomes.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is the state’s safety net mental health and substance use treatment services system. The department’s core mission is to provide prevention and treatment services for Oklahomans who are indigent and without a means to pay.
The Salvation Army exists to meet human need wherever, whenever and however we can. Our presence in the Southern U.S. serves communities in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, DC (National Capital) & West Virginia and is part of a global mission to do good.
The Spring provides safe and inclusive shelter and services for women, children, and other victims on their journey out of domestic violence or human trafficking. We value diversity and champion Christ-like character.
Tulsa CARES is the largest and most comprehensive provider of prevention and care programs serving low income individuals living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in the state. We recognize the critical importance of addressing social determinants of health to improve community health and reduce costs, and we specialize in wrap-around, client-tailored care that is rooted in principles of empowerment, self-worth, inclusion, and hope.
Social Services provides life-sustaining, basic services to low-income residents of Tulsa County. The department’s focus is on providing basic necessities to those who need it most, saving taxpayers from more costly outcomes when community members fall on difficult times. Social Services provides health care through a free medical clinic and low-to-no-cost prescriptions through an on-site pharmacy. Other programs include food assistance, burial services and a homeless shelter that focuses on homeless families with children.
We serve those who are experiencing or at risk for homelessness. Through our work, we treat both the symptoms and the causes of homelessness — pursuing a future where every Tulsan has a home.
THA is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners which establishes policies, approves budgets and provides general direction to the THA president& chief executive officer and executive staff. The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa is the second largest Public Housing Authority in Oklahoma.
THA provides publicly assisted housing comprised of traditional public housing, mixed-finance sites and housing vouchers. Currently, THA provides assistance to more than 20,000 individuals, or 7,200 families.
The Tulsa Police Department will work in partnership with our community to provide quality service, protect life and property, prevent crime, and resolve problems so all people can live without fear in a safe community.
At Volunteers of America, we are more than a nonprofit organization. We are a ministry of service that includes nearly 16,000 employees and more than 55,000 volunteers with a shared vision of a world where all people live in safety with social, emotional and physical well-being, spiritual fulfillment, justice and hope.
Youth Services of Tulsa (YST) has helped Tulsa area youth and their families since 1969. YST constantly adapts to stay on top of the ever-changing, increasingly complex needs of young people, ages 12 to 24. YST is the only Tulsa non-profit organization focused solely on adolescents and young adults.
outh Villages provides help for children and young people across the United States who face a wide range of emotional, mental and behavioral problems. We work to find solutions using proven treatment models that strengthen the child’s family and support systems and dramatically improve their long-term success. Youth Villages directly helps tens of thousands of young people and their families every year and increases our impact through partnerships and advocacy.