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If you are looking for an inclusive work environment where you will feel valued, receive great pay and benefits, and make a difference in the lives of young children, then YOU belong at CAP Tulsa!

Nationally recognized as one of the Best Nonprofits to Work For and as a Top Diversity Employer, CAP Tulsa offers competitive pay and our employees love our very affordable health, dental, and vision plans and many ZERO cost medical and mental health coverage options like CareATC, Zero Card, Rx-N-Go, and Modern Health that can all be accessed through the Medefy app when you need immediate healthcare assistance.

We are excited to now offer subsidized childcare for employees through a new partnership with KinderCare®! Based on availability, employees are eligible to receive 10-18% off KinderCare’s monthly tuition costs or access “back-up care” days for just $15 per child to utilize when their existing childcare or school is closed.

Teaching positions have set Monday-Friday work schedules and a classroom budget to supplement special curriculum projects in addition to the well-appointed classroom materials and resources that are already supplied. And CAP Tulsa invests in your growth by helping you obtain your Child Development Associate credential, Certification of Mastery, and other certifications, as well as offering Tuition Assistance and ongoing professional development.

In addition to three weeks of paid time off for spring and winter breaks plus 10 or more paid holidays off each year, a generous Paid Time Off plan allows all employees to take the time they need to care for themselves and their families for illness, as well as for rest and relaxation. CAP Tulsa also provides Paid Family Leave for new moms and dads and adoptive parents.

Employees can immediately begin accumulating retirement savings upon enrollment in our 403(b) Thrift Plan with CAP Tulsa matching fifty cents on the dollar up to 6%. Life Insurance, Flexible Spending plans for dependent care and healthcare, and Long-Term and Short-Term Disability plans are also available.

If you are passionate about early childhood education and working with young children in state-of-the-art early learning centers, then YOU belong at CAP Tulsa! Join our team and see why 93% of our staff affirm that “the work we do is meaningful to me.”

If you have questions or need additional information, please fill out the Contact Form.

Please note: For positions at our schools, you would need to apply only at a single location to be considered for multiple positions with the same job title.

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CAP Tulsa's Commitment to Inclusion

CAP Tulsa is committed to creating an inclusive environment for our employees, clients, and partners, cultivating an atmosphere that welcomes multiple perspectives and embraces the full spectrum of humanity. We value the intrinsic worth of every human being and believe we are stronger together, enriched by all the differences that make us unique individuals. We recognize, honor, and celebrate diversity in culture, heritage, socio-economic status, race, ethnicity, immigration status, ability or disability, gender identity and expression, languages, and beliefs. At CAP Tulsa, we draw strength from our diversity and foster an inclusive environment in which everyone contributes, and everyone belongs.

NAEYC Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education

As a NAEYC accredited early childhood education provider, we stand by their position statement that:

All children have the right to equitable learning opportunities that enable them to achieve their full potential as engaged learners and valued members of society.

This position statement is one of five foundational documents NAEYC has developed in collaboration with the early childhood profession.

We invite our families to join us in upholding the following recommendations to support this position:

  1. Build awareness and understanding of your culture, personal beliefs, values, and biases.
  2. Recognize the power and benefits of diversity and inclusivity.
  3. Take responsibility for biased actions, even if unintended, and actively work to repair the harm.
  4. Acknowledge and seek to understand structural inequities and their impact over time.
  5. View your commitment to cultural responsiveness as an ongoing process.
  6. Recognize that the professional knowledge base is changing.

Read more about NAEYC's commitment to equity.