Career at Tulsa Sunshine Center



Sunshine Center is pleased to provide a comprehensive benefits package that is responsive to your needs and the needs of your family. All full-time Sunshine Center employees are offered the following

Company Benefits:
Sunshine Center pays for 50% of the cost for full-time employees (and their family) to participate in our wonderful Blue Cross Blue Shield medical health plan.
All medical plans include prescription drug coverage.

Full-time and Part-time employees are eligible to participate in the TSC 401k plan.
Under the plan, you may defer part of your compensation by having it contributed directly to the Plan where it is maintained in your deferral account. By doing so, the employee reduces the amount of his taxable compensation. The employee is not taxed on the compensation deferred, any employer contributions or any increase in the value of the account until these amounts are distributed from the plan.

TSC contributes to each participant's 401(k) account on a matching contribution basis. Employee as well as employer contributions are fully vested immediately upon participation in the retirement plan. The mutual funds are managed by an accounting firm in Tulsa, OK.

Sunshine Center provides full-time employees with paid annual leave based on length of service with the Company.

Sunshine Center provides full-time employees with paid annual sick leave based on length of service with the Company.

Sunshine Center provides full-time employees with five (5) paid holidays each year.


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1. Licensed Professional Counselor

Energetic, motivated individuals who are interested in a chance to positively impact the life of kids are encouraged to apply.

Duties/Responsibilities include:
The primary responsibility will be to provide weekly individual psychotherapy sessions for the youth in care. Applicants must be licensed and able to meet the Medicaid requirements as a Licensed Mental Health Professional.

Master's degree in a behavioral health field
3+ Years of Clinical experience (post graduate)

2. Pediatric Occupationl Therapist
(Regular Position and Supervisor Position)

Occupational therapist use play to enhance the child's fine motor skills and muscular strength. They also address
feeding and oral motor skills,self-care skills, positioning, adaptive equipment, sensory
integration techniques, and assist individuals in acquiring the knowledge, needed to preform.

Education: Graduate of an accredited college or university in Occupational Therapy.
Licensed or eligible in the State of Oklahoma.
Pediatric experience is preferred
Master's or Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy with current licensure.
Two years experience working with children, preferably children with special needs.
Knowledge and skills related to achieving successful outcomes for children and families challenged by developmental risk and/or disabilities in a routines-based, primary service provider model.

Demonstrate ability to work cooperatively with other employees, clients and their families, and other customers of the Center.
Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, with customers, suppliers, co-workers and supervisors.
Work independently and use good judgment.
Maintain consistency with administrative and departmental policies through appropriate behavior, dress, attitude, attendance, confidentiality, professionalism and reliability.
Knowledge and use of proper handling techniques.
Computer knowledge including word processing.
Knowledge about agency services, programs, policies and standards.
Adhere to safety, health and regulatory requirements as described in the Center's policies and procedures.
Ability to organize, allocate time, and manage caseload requirements.
Respect for the value, potential and dignity of service participants and their families.
Must be able to lift children up to 30 lbs and sit on the floor for extended periods.

3. Full time Pediatric Physical Therapist
Location: Broken Arrow, OK
Job Posting Title: Pediatric Physical Therapist
Job Posting Category: Pediatric Therapy Services
Work Site: Broken Arrow, OK Facility

Job Description:
Responsible for evaluation, planning, directing and administering physical therapy modalities of treatment as prescribed by a licensed physician. Administers treatments in an
effort to restore function and prevent disability following injury, disease or physical disability. Assists patients to reach their maximum performance and level of functioning, while
learning to live within the limits of their capabilities. The staff therapist participates in operational aspects of the department, performance improvement activities within the department. Provides input in
formulating budget and takes appropriate action to remain in budget guidelines. Ensures that patient charges are accurate and entered on a timely basis. Basic Qualifications:
Prefer 1-3 years of experience in physical therapy. Experience with pediatrics is also preferred.Other Qualifications:
Ability to read and communicate effectively in English. Strong written and verbal skills. Basic computer knowledge. Knowledge of physical medicine, physical therapy modalities, anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of
rehabilitation equipment operation and maintenance. Decision-making and problem solving skills. Team-building skills. Very positive attitude with a welcoming personality.Benefit Eligible: Yes (Paid Time Off, Medical, Dental, 401k)
Hours/Pay Period: Full time; 34 - 40 hours/week. Flexible.
Schedule Details: Monday-FridayCompensation Range: Very competitive pay, based on experience.

4. Certified Behavioral Health Case Manager

Energetic, motivated individuals who are interested in a chance to positively impact the life of kids are encouraged to apply.

Duties/Responsibilities include:
Coordinate treatment plans for our pediatric counseling clients.

Pediatric case managers need at least an undergraduate degree in social work or in a related field such as psychology. Many facilities, however, prefer candidates have a master’s degree. As part of your degree programs, you should also take elective courses in areas such as child development or pediatric mental health. Some facilities require all case managers hold licensed social worker credentials. Others allow those without a license to oversee cases, as long as they meet the requirements for licensing and work under the direct supervision of licensed social workers.

Click here for information regarding how to obtain a certificate: