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Equal Opportunity

As protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Community Action Development Corporation is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of any provided services on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, political affiliation, disability, or national origin.

Job Opportunities

CADC is now accepting applications for the position of Weatherization Crew Technician. Must demonstrate basic carpentry skills and/or knowledge in the home energy performance industry. Must posses a valid Oklahoma driver's license. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must be able to lift, move, and load heavy materials. Must be able to travel frequently within the CADC Weatherization service area (15 counties).

If you have any questions contact Robert Meador at 580-335-5588. CADC is an equal opportunity employer.

Community Action Development Corporation is now accepting applications for the position of Payroll Officer.  Responsibilities include receiving and verifying semi-monthly timesheets.  Prepare and submit electronic payroll and deposits.  Prepare and submit all state and federal reports on Agency payroll.  Maintain records of employee benefits including 403(b) plans, insurance, annual and sick leave records, and other responsibilities associated with payroll and employee benefits.  Qualifications include a Bachelor of Accounting, business-related degree, or equivalent experience.  Must be computer literate and familiar with software accounting systems.  Must be willing to attend training as required and perform other duties assigned by the Executive Director or Chief Financial Officer.  Applications are available at the CADC office, 105 S. Main in Frederick or online at  Send completed applications and resume to:  CADC, P.O. Box 989, Frederick, Oklahoma 73542 or deliver to the Agency Administrative Office located at 105 S. Main Street in Frederick.  CADC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Head Start Director

Job Summary

To plan, develop and implement a multi-county Head Start program with applicable guidelines and regulations and provide necessary control and management of the Head Start program.  The Program Director is also responsible for making programmatic and administrative recommendations to the Executive Director concerning the assigned program.  May also serve as a major liaison between the agency and outside resources.


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Formulate, coordinate and implement the Head Start program.

  2. Explain and interpret policies and procedures for employees, parents and community.

  3. Hire all Head Start staff

  4. Work with T/TA Coordinator to coordinate staff training.

  5. With input from Policy Council and Executive Director and with approval of the Agency Board, plans and write applications for refunding, supplemental grants and change in work plans.

  6. Review and analyze data relative to fiscal control and approve all expenditures from the Head Start grant.

  7. Make periodic evaluations and update as needed in all areas of the Head Start program.

  8. Provide general supervision for all Head Start employees, approve Head Start payroll and assure the annual Head Start employee evaluations are completed.

  9. Work closely with the Head Start Policy Council to assure the program standards are met.

  10. Responsible for monthly status reports to the Agency Board of Directors.

  11. Investigate grievance and disciplinary situations and formulate recommended courses of action for discussion with Agency Executive Director.

  12. Ensure confidentiality of all Head Start records, etc.

  13. Must be willing to attend training (agency or outside) as required.

  14. Must promote active supervision.

  15. Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.



Bachelor’s degree, preferably in one of the following areas:  Psychology, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Social Work or Elementary Education.  Ability to manage staff, prepare budgets and monitor financial and programmatic activities.  Ability to work with groups and organize programs and training.


Physical Demands:

Employee must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.  Must be able to work under stress and to organize and conduct several activities simultaneously.  Travel is required.

This position is located in Hobart, OK. Applications may also be picked up at the Hobart office. 

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