Nonprofit Careers

United Way of Payne County


FUMC Educare (nonprofit daycare)


FUMC is seeking a caring, experienced teacher with a passion for children to join our team.  This position is full time. Pay based on experience/mastery.
Duties include, but not limited to:
     creating and maintaining an environment that is clean and safe for all children.
     carrying out daily responsibilities of the classroom relating to the care of children.
     being responsible for the safety and well being of each child.
     planning and implementing lesson plans/curriculum on a weekly basis.
     establishing a professional level of rapport with each family in order to provide quality care for each child.
     Collaborating well with other educators.

Our primary objective is to provide a positive environment for our children, which is safe and secure, while promoting educational excellence through play and guided/independent discovery.

Please send inquiries to or get an application at 1005 E. Kirk, Perkins, OK.


Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Job Summary

The Seasonal Health Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the health and cleanliness standards of the camp. The Health Supervisor will help to provide adequate physical health conditions for all campers and staff.  The Health Supervisor will provide a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for campers, and will have a positive attitude toward individual programs and camp in general. Resident camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately May – August.

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Payne County Youth Services


Are you a self-motivated, caring individual with a passion to work with youth?  We are looking for you!

Payne County Youth Services is seeking a Full-Time Overnight Youth Guidance Specialist. Must be self-motivated, dedicated to the privacy of confidential information, and working as a member of a team in a dynamic, professional organization. Must have basic knowledge of principles and practices of child guidance and training, familiar with the behavioral challenges associated with dependent or delinquent youth, familiar with methods and practices of household management, simple health and safety precautions, first aid methods, and techniques in supervising children and youth. Specific training will be provided. Written and oral communication skills are a must.

Please send resume and references to

See the full job description here.




Payne County Youth Services, a dynamic mission driven organization, is enhancing current programs and is now accepting applications for Full-Time (benefits included), salaried, Oklahoma licensed or licensed-eligible Substance Abuse/Co-Occurring Mental Health Counselor. Must be able to provide co-occurring services to at-risk children, youth, and families, pass OSBI check, and have a clean driving record. Salary commensurate with experience, with a minimum of 3-5 years substance abuse work preferred. PCYS is a proud family-friendly, non-smoking facility, and equal opportunity employer with a supportive working environment. PCYS is a NHSC loan-repayment program participant.

Please send resume and references to

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Stillwater YMCA


Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively impacts the lives of people in your community. Imagine sharing your passions and unique talents to build a better future for yourself and others. This is what it means to work at the Y.

The Y offers more than a job. They offer the chance to make a difference in a fun, flexible environment, where our mission and values drive every decision we make. At the Stillwater YMCA, they have a wide variety of part and full-time positions.

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Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services

Safe Babies Court Team Community Coordinator


The Community Coordinator (CC) will work in collaboration with judicial and child welfare leadership, community partners, and stakeholders to plan, implement, market, manage, and evaluate the local Safe Babies Court Team (SBCT). In an effort to effect community and system’s change, the CC coordinates collaboration among community stakeholders, organize family team meetings, provides community wide and SBCT specific educational opportunities, tracks monthly follow up activities for each case monitored by the SBCT, conducts ongoing data collection for outcome tracking, and champions for the voice of infants, toddlers, and their families within the child welfare and courts jurisdictional purview.



  • Master’s degree in child development, social work, or related field is strongly preferred, minimum of undergraduate degree same 

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Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services is looking for an advocate to provide crisis intervention services to victims in our shelter facility overnights.

Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree or some education in social services or related field, preferred but not required. Minimum of one year experience working with similar client population group preferred.

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