Current Job Openings (as of Sept 19, 2016)
Residential Shelter Worker
Applications are now being accepted at Youth & Family Services for part time staff for the 24 hour emergency youth shelter. Required high school diploma or equivalent, 21 years of age, clean background check and able to work varied hours as assigned. Will start at $8.00 per hour. Apply at 605 W Oxford, Enid Ok, south side. EOE
Drug & Alcohol Counselor Position
Youth and Family Services of NCO is looking for a gifted therapist to work in our Adult Drug Court Program in Enid, OK. Therapist will work primarily out of YFS Drug Court Office providing therapeutic counseling services to consumers who have been admitted into the Garfield County Drug Court Program. This is an extremely rewarding position with very consistent hours, stable caseloads, and benefits. One full-time opening is available. Must be licensed with LADC-MH, LPC/LADC, LCSW/LADC or LPC or LCSW with a scope of practice including drug and alcohol counseling training and experience. Candidates can also be Under Supervision for Licensure in the state of Oklahoma to be eligible for this position. Please contact Pamela Bookout or Angela Webb at 580-233-7220.
School-Based Counselor Position
Youth and Family Services of NCO is looking for gifted therapists to work in a school-based setting in Enid, OK. The largest school district provides office spaces for our employees and refers students based on severity. Therapist will work primarily at a school during school hours. This is an extremely rewarding position with very consistent hours, stable case loads, and benefits. Full-time and part-time openings available in grade schools and middle schools. Please contact Pamela Bookout or Angela Webb at 580-233-7220. Must be Licensed or Under Supervision for Licensure in the state of Oklahoma to be eligible for these positions.
Peer Recovery Support Specialists
Each applicant for certification as a Peer Recovery Support Specialists shall: (1) Possess a High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED); (2) Have demonstrated recovery from a substance/alcohol abuse disorder; (3) Be at least 18 years of age; (4) Be willing to self-disclose about their own recovery; and (5) Possess good moral character
Peer Recovery Support services are an Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) model of care which consists of a qualified peer recovery support provider (PRSS) who assists individuals with their recovery from behavioral health disorders and/or substance use disorders.
Serve as a PRSS by: (A) Providing and advocating for effective recovery oriented services with adolescents and adults; (B) Assist consumers in obtaining services that suit that individual’s recovery needs; (C) Inform consumers about community and natural supports and how to utilize these in the recovery process; and (D) Assist consumers in developing empowerment skills through self-advocacy.
Youth and Family Services will provide training opportunity to become a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist. It shall be the responsibility of Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists, in their commitment to assist consumers in regaining control of their lives and recovery processes, to value objectivity and integrity, and in providing services, to strive to maintain the highest standards of their profession. Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists shall accept responsibility for the consequences of their work and make every effort to ensure that their services are used appropriately.
Please send all resume’s to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 580-233-7220 and ask for Pamela Bookout.
Emergency Crisis Line
605 W Oxford Ave
Enid, OK 73701