Job Postings

Applicants for certain positions will be required to undergo drug and alcohol screening as well as criminal background checks.

Ministerial Positions: Catholic Charities serves those in need in the name of the Catholic Church. In positions listed as ministerial, the employee speaks for the Church when delivering services. In compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Catholic Charities strongly prefers individuals living their Catholic faith. This criteria will be a component in the selection process for ministerial positions.

Non-Ministerial Positions: In compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Catholic Charities does not use religious affiliation as a component in the selection process of non-ministerial positions.

Residential Programs Care Assistant – Part Time

This Care Assistant position assists with the overall operations of Madonna House, a program for pregnant women, and St. Elizabeth Lodge, a program for single, working moms, on a part-time basis for any shift 8am-4pm or 4pm-midnight any day of the week. The successful candidate will generally commit to a regular schedule (2-3 shifts per week), but will remain flexible to meet the needs of the program. There is a particular need for Sunday, 8-4. Click here to view a full job description.

Residential Programs Care Assistant – Overnight

This Care Assistant position assists with the overall operations of Madonna House, a program for pregnant women, and St. Elizabeth Lodge, a program for single, working moms, on a full-time basis, Monday-Friday, midnight-8am. Click here to view a full job description.

Join the Team at Porta Caeli House!

Porta Caeli House, a place for end-of-life care when family members or friends are unavailable or unable to care for someone who is dying, is hiring an Administrative Director. This full-time position is responsible for ensuring the smooth functioning of Porta Caeli House on a day-to-day basis. Click here to view a full job description.

Catholic Charities Tornado Relief Information

Each year, tornadoes bring destruction to many areas in Eastern Oklahoma. Many lives are affected and numerous homes will need costly repairs and personal belongings replaced. Catholic Charities urges you to join us in prayer for these families. We cannot let our brothers and sisters lose hope.

Rest assured, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Tulsa will do everything possible to help families address their long-term recovery…and we could use your help. Please consider making a donation to our Disaster Relief Fund. With your support, we can help these families from the start with the least amount of delay. Donate here.

Catholic Charities specializes in long-term recovery and case management. We work closely with community partners to provide the most complete disaster relief services. In the days ahead, we will know more about the scope of the damage and the services required to assist the victims.

If your family has been affected by these storms, our prayers and our concern goes out to you. Please complete this Disaster Relief Request Form and we will be in touch soon.

Spring 2016 Newsletter

(Video) Christ has no body but yours…

Every person we help at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Tulsa has a story that inspires us to do more. Here is an example. We are blessed to have the support of our donors and volunteers who make it possible for us to serve more than 60,000 people each year.

This video was created for Cooking Up Compassion 2016 by Your Story Media. Drone footage by Midwest Drone Productions.