Tulsa County Career Opportunities

Tulsa County
An Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Workplace Diversity

Human Resources
Tulsa County Headquarters
218 W 6th Street, Suite 440
Tulsa, OK 74119
Phone: 918.596.5095

Office hours are MONDAY through FRIDAY 8a.m. to 12p.m. and 1p.m. to 5p.m. except government holidays.

Tulsa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Working at Tulsa County

The employees of Tulsa County support not only the 8 elected officials, but serve over 600,000 citizens. The elected officials include the Board of County Commissioners, Assessor, Treasurer, County Clerk, Court Clerk and the Sheriff. In these offices, over 2,300 employees work diligently to serve each citizen and visitor in the most efficient and courteous manner displaying the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and respect for others.

Tulsa County employees are offered a comprehensive, competitively priced health care package, a paid time off program including vacation pay and holidays, and outstanding retirement benefits. Employees can also participate in the Educational Assistance Program.

Tulsa County is a place where your expertise will be valued, your knowledge expanded and your abilities challenged. If you want an opportunity to achieve your maximum potential, we are ready to help you start your career with us.

 Diversity Is Our Goal

At Tulsa County we understand the importance of a diverse workplace. We endorse and strive to create an environment of mutual respect for diversity. Our commitment to diversity relies on the fact that all individuals have the opportunity to contribute to the overall growth of the organization, regardless of their cultural or ethnic background. Workplace diversity is a strategy that allows Tulsa County to move forward to positively impact our overall success. Our employees are respected and valued for their contributions, and offered the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential.

Applicants are evaluated on the basis of job qualifications not race, skin color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or age. Implicit in this policy is the commitment of Tulsa County to maintain a place of employment and work environment that is safe, productive, and free from any form of harassment. This fundamental policy is emphasized throughout Tulsa County offices and locations. Additionally, all employees collectively share the responsibility for understanding the great importance of pleasant working associations and assuring that every employee is welcomed, accepted, and rewarded according to his or her contribution to the attainment of Tulsa County goals and objectives. Tulsa County has a very diverse group of occupations that are required to meet the needs of the organization. At any given time, there are employment opportunities available to the general public.