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Want to be a part of the OPSR team?

Explore career opportunities below.


OPSR makes the following benefits available to full-time employees:

Work Schedule

Opportunity to work remotely two days a week.

Paid Time Off
- Twelve paid holidays per year
- Generous PTO (starting at 160 hours per year, increasing to 200 hours after the first year.)


Group Insurance
- Medical Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Group Insurance
- Term Life Insurance w/ Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D)
- Additional coverage is optional for employee and family members.
- Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Employees are eligible for up to ten weeks of medical leave in a rolling 12-month period.


Retirement Program
OPSR makes a non-taxable contribution to employees’ Retirement Plan [401(k)] equal to 3% of their salary. No employee contribution required.


Expansive Wellness Program
- Employee Assistance Program – Up to six counseling sessions per year available for employees and their family members.
- Access to free monthly in office yoga sessions
- Access to weekly message therapy sessions


Other Benefits
- $25 monthly cell phone reimbursement
- Opportunities to attend regional and national conferences
- Opportunities to attend social and philanthropic events


Communications Coordinator PDG B-5 Grant:

The Communications Coordinator for the Preschool Development Grant (B-5) plays a critical role in promoting the PDG program and effectively communicating its objectives, activities, and achievements to various stakeholders, including government agencies, early childhood educators, parents, and the general public. You will work closely with the Director of Communications, PDG program management team, policymakers, and staff to ensure consistent and impactful messaging.

Please click this link to view the full job description.

Advocacy Fellowship:

A constant advocate for children, Phil Dessauer, Jr., was a founding member of the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness. The OPSR Public Policy Fellowship will honor Phil’s decades-long legacy by providing space for a college junior or senior to learn how to effectively advocate with policymakers on behalf of Oklahoma children. This year-long internship will include an in-depth look and hands-on participation into practices that build effective relationships and impact policy on issues related to early childhood.

Please click this link to view details for the Dessauer Advocacy Fellowship.

To apply for the Dessauer Advocacy Fellowship, please view the interest form and follow the instructions.

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