Helping America’s most vulnerable®


Please forward applications and inquiries to or you may mail your completed application to 9605 E. 61st St, Tulsa, OK 74133. Applications may also be filled out at any of our five office locations.

Volunteers of America offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer: It is the policy of Volunteers of America that all actions in connection with any position or employee of Volunteers of America shall be taken without regard to race, color, creed, sex, national origin, religion, disability or age.

  • April 14, 2017

    Director of Accounting

    Full-Time – Tulsa, OK

    The Director of Accounting is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization per the generally accepted accounting principles issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board and other state and federal regulatory and advisory organizations. The Director of Accounting will provide required reports, via the Chief Executive Officer, for the Audit and Finance Committee and other Board committees as needed. The Director of Accounting is a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

    Candidates must have a CPA, Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and a minimum of 10 years relevant experience. A minimum of 5 years of experience in not for profit companies is required. Work in organizations which provide supports to people with developmental disabilities and experience with state billing and grant accounting will receive preference. Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume

  • April 14, 2017

    Developmental Disabilities Program Coordinator

    Full-Time – Bartlesville, OK

    The Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring compliance with regulations, agency, state, and federal policies; and the quality services provided. This will be accomplished by monitoring, reviewing, auditing, documenting, and analyzing data. The Program Coordinator's role supports the high quality of service delivery to all service recipients while encouraging a person-centered approach to the delivery of those services. The Program Coordinator must utilize professional discretion and represent the agency in an effective leadership role.

    Must have a minimum of four years or any combination of college level education or full-time equivalent experience in serving persons with disabilities. Applicants currently serving in a Program Coordinator role for Oklahoma DDS service recipients are preferred.

  • April 14, 2017

    Housing Maintenance Support Position

    Part-Time - McPherson, Kansas

    • This position regularly requires long hours and frequent evening, weekend and holiday work. Requires incumbent to be on call and respond, if required, to emergencies on the property when informed.
    • Participate in and/or supervise all maintenance projects, assign work orders to maintenance personnel, and ensure all work is done properly and on a timely basis.
    • Inspect grounds and building exterior, as required by the Community Administrator, to ensure safe working and living conditions.
    • Responsible for inventory control of the maintenance supplies and utilization of maintenance equipment.
    • Maintain accurate records regarding preventative maintenance, service requests, apartment make-ready, and periodic inspections.
    • Maintain MSDS book and instruct maintenance staff in its use.
    • Maintain adequate lighting for interior and exterior of the property
    • Make recommendation to Community Administrator on necessary maintenance repairs, preventative maintenance, and property improvements.
    • Perform scheduled maintenance on all equipment based on the manufacturer's recommendations.
    • Supervise lawn, grounds, and maintenance staff.
    • Supervise outside repairs and contract work authorized by the Community Administrator.
    • Assist with apartment turnover procedures.
    • Perform service requests per assigned work orders.

  • April 14, 2017

    Direct Support Professional


    Positions available in Bartlesville, Tulsa, Coweta, Muskogee, Oklahoma City.
    This position supports individuals with developmental disabilities in their development of basic living and social skills with the primary goal of integrating them into the community to the best of their ability. Most work is done in the service recipient's home and will vary by the home and service recipient.

    • This position regularly requires long hours and frequent evening, weekend and holiday work. Must adhere to the company's attendance and punctuality policies.
    • Develop service recipient's basic living skills (e.g., social, domestic, and hygiene) through instruction and encouragement.
    • Assist in the development and implementation of long and short-term goals for service recipients, as developed by the Personal Support Team, under the supervision or direction of the Program Coordinator.
    • Develop and maintain a positive and effective relationship with service recipients, families, staff, administration, case management, and other service providers and assist in coordinating with any and all their needs concerning service recipients.
    • Perform, or assist service recipients with, personal hygiene as needed (e.g., bathing, brushing teeth, shaving, nail clipping, dressing, bodily functions, and appearance).
    • Perform, or assist service recipients in, basic domestic duties as needed (e.g., cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping).
    • Coordinate and maintain service recipient's schedule (e.g., doctor appointments, and job).
    • Coordinate service recipient's participation in leisure and recreational activities with assistance from the service recipient.
    • Maintain records and complete paperwork as required by Volunteers of America of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services', Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) (e.g., timesheets, mileage, petty cash, medication logs, service recipient progress notes, visitor logs, Incident Reports).
    • Adhere to service recipient's behavior and health management plans (e.g., administration of medication, use of behavior modification techniques, dietary restrictions).
    • Maintain a safe environment for the service recipient; prevent harm to service recipient, self, and others.
    • Transport service recipient to and from work, scheduled appointments, and recreational activities in a safe and timely manner.
    • Manage service recipient's and agency's funds per Volunteers of America of Oklahoma policies and procedures.
    • Serve as a good role model for the service recipient.
    • Maintain current certification and attend training per Volunteers of America of Oklahoma and the service recipient's Individual Plan. (e.g., CPR, First Aid, MAT, Bloodborne Pathogens, and all other training required by Volunteers of America of Oklahoma policies and procedures, or service recipient's specific needs).
    • Use various medical equipment (blood testing equipment, gastrointestinal tubes, etc.), communication devices (books, picture boards, hearing aids), transportation devices (vehicle, wheelchair, wheelchair lift), and domestic appliances (range, oven, vacuum cleaner, washing machine, clothes dryer, etc.).
    • May be assigned collateral duties such as Health Care Coordinator and House Manager.
    The employee is required to walk, stand, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift or move objects weighing up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Frequent pushing and pulling (vacuums, wheelchairs, van doors, etc.) is also required.

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