Employment Opportunities

  • The definition of a fulfilling career varies from person to person. For some it’s the opportunity to be challenged by their work or the chance to develop new skill sets. However you define your professional goals, you have the opportunity to achieve them at The Salvation Army. Few organizations are as impassioned about their employees as they are about their mission, or as innovative in how they approach professional development.

    Employees of The Salvation Army strive to serve their community and those individuals who are most in need. The work is meaningful and the employees are proud to support such exceptional social service programs. Whether you work in our administrative offices or are based at one of our program sites, your efforts will help us continue Doing the Most Good.

    The Salvation Army is an internationally recognized, faith-based, not-for-profit organization.

    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    The following positions are currently open at the indicated Salvation Army location in the Tulsa area. To apply, please send your resume to Paula Looper, paula.looper@uss.salvationarmy.org.

    FULL TIME POSITIONS

    Administrative Coordinator, Center of Hope. Click here for the job description.

    PART TIME POSITIONS

    Program Aide – Sand Springs Boys & Girls Club. Click here for the job description.

    Receptionist – Broken Arrow Boys & Girls Club, 2 positions – Answers the telephone in a courteous manner and directs calls to the appropriate destination; records accurate and complete messages and provides general information about club operations; processes memberships and program fees; receives and receipts delivers and donations; greets and announces visitors and clients; performs routine clerical works such as typing and filing. Click here for the job description.

    Angel Tree Workers, $10 per hour. November 13 through January 5, 2018.

    Bellringers, $10 per hour. November 10 through Dec. 23. No Sundays.

    Warehouse Worker, immediately through January 5, 2018