Statewide Nursing Opportunities
Oklahoma Mental Health and Substance Abuse Oklahoma City, OK
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (DMHSAS), a top 10 Workplace in Oklahoma, is looking for dedicated, compassionate nursing professionals (LPNs, RNs and Psych APRNs) to help people recover from mental illness and addiction, reuniting families and improving communities. If you’re looking for a rewarding opportunity and desire to work for a company who truly cares about the people it serves – apply now. We have career and contract opportunities in Oklahoma City, Norman, Lawton, Vinita, Tulsa, Woodward.
DMHSAS is proud to provide a comprehensive benefits package designed to support our employees and their dependents. Our benefits include:
• A wide choice of health insurance plans coverage for pre-existing conditions.
• Generous benefit allowance to offset insurance costs
• Flexible spending accounts for health care expenses or dependent care.
• Employee assistance programs and health and fitness programs
• 11 paid holidays
• 15 days of vacation and 15 days of sick leave the first year
• Retirement Savings Plan with a generous match
• Challenging work, opportunities for advancement, longevity bonuses and incentive awards
LPN I (new grad) starts out at $15.14/hr, RN I (new grad) starts out at $20.31/hr, Psych APRNs start out at $50.00/hr.
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The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) is responsible for providing services to Oklahomans who are affected by mental illness and substance abuse. ODMHSAS strives to provide persistent, incremental improvements in the quality and effectiveness of treatment which results in a better recovery for more Oklahomans. Our state-operated facilities are commissioned to provide services that promote consumer empowerment, wellness, recovery, and integration in the community.
Oklahoma Mental Health and Substance AbuseWhy Work Here?
Join our Team at ODMHSAS —helping people recover from mental illness and addiction, reuniting families, and improving communities.
The department delivered services to just over 197,000 Oklahomans in FY 2018 and served all 77 Oklahoma counties through a statewide network of private providers at the community level. Over 93% of all persons receiving department treatment and recovery services were seen by one of the systems contracted community-based providers.