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The Claims Biller oversees collections and manage payments for home care invoices and client services. Their work includes updating client data, developing payment plans, and ensuring invoices are paid by the contracts and that home care contracts and private pay clients are billed timely and accurately. The individual in this position will be responsible for a variety of tasks requiring data analysis, in-depth evaluation, and sound judgment. Daily duties will include maintaining A/R payments/billing software, appealing denied claims, and recording late payments.Read more about Claims Biller
SCS is seeking an experienced leader to join our Elder Justice team as Program Director. The Elder Justice program supports services that prevent elder abuse, protect people from abusive situations, help people recover from abuse, and preserve, promote, and empower the independence, choice, and financial security of the individuals the program serves. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape and craft the vision and overall direction for a new program to our continuum for older adults.Read more about Program Director, Elder Justice Program
The Supervisor in our Caregiver Support – Western Queens program will work under the supervision of the Program Director to mentor, guide, and support a team of four Caregiver Support Specialists. The Supervisor will provide weekly one-on-one supervision and group supervision, and use social work expertise to guide the Caregiver Support Specialists in providing the best client care management, including ongoing reassessment of client needs, provision of services, and monitoring of service efficacy.Read more about Social Worker Supervisor – Caregiver Support Western Queens
We are searching for a Grant Writer to help secure additional funding to meet the growing needs of our community. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about multiple facets of the grants process, from writing proposals to budget development, and be a vital part of a mission-driven non-profit that has been a part of the community’s fabric for nearly 50 years. SCS offers a hybrid work schedule and a strong benefits package, including generous paid time off. Read more about Grant Writer
The Government Grants Accountant provides contract management, grant proposal support, compliance reporting, related auditor interface, and the preparation of annual budgets and forecasts for assigned program areas. This position works closely with program staff to facilitate their understanding of financial implications of programmatic decisions and assists in the smooth operation of contracts.
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Evening (in-person) position available!
Reporting directly to the Assistant Director, ESOL, the Instructor will implement the ESOL program. The Instructor is responsible for delivering courses, tracking attendance, tailoring the curriculum for different levels of instruction, and developing lesson plans. The instructor also is responsible for tracking student achievement. Read more about ESOL Instructor (Part-Time; Evening)
The Sunnyside Home Care Program assists individuals with physical or other types of cognitive impairments to continue living safely in the community. The Home Care Clerk is responsible for helping to fulfill that objective by 1) executing the duties and responsibilities of the role with efficiency; 2) providing effective organization skills for handling multiple tasks; 3) ensuring accuracy and proficiency with various office functions; and 4) providing an exceptional customer experience for all the customers/clients they serve. Read more about Home Care Clerk
As a member of the site leadership team, the Assistant Director will report directly to the Program Director and manage the instructional as well as the outreach aspects of the program. The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for the program in the areas of program/event design and implementation, staff development and training, supervision, and data entry.Read more about Assistant Director/Education Specialist, P.S. 150 After-School Program
The Medicaid Support Specialist assists the Medicaid Eligibility Specialist with screening and assessing prospective members’ eligibility for Medicaid, and tracking and facilitating members’ eligibility status in the Salesforce data system. The Medicaid Support Specialist is a member of the Care Connections Team (Universal Intake). In the absence of the Medicaid Specialist, The Medicaid Support Specialist will assume all responsibilities.
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SCS has an exciting opportunity as a Transportation Coordinator to support older adults in Western Queens. Embedded within our Center for Active Older Adults, our transportation program is focused on providing door-to-door service to older adults from their home to our Center located at 39th Street, off Queens Boulevard, in Sunnyside, Queens. The individual in this role also coordinates day trips for socialization and enrichment; and agency-wide transportation needs as they arise.Read more about Older Adult Center Transportation Coordinator
The Medicaid Eligibility Specialist is responsible for screening and assessing the care receiver’s eligibility for Medicaid’s Managed Long Term Care plans. Assessments can occur in the office, in the caregiver/care receiver’s home or workplace, and any other designated location convenient for the caregiver and care receiver.
The Medicaid Eligibility Specialist also documents and tracks clients’ eligibility status and enters documentation in a timely manner. They also assist caregivers in maintaining the care receiver's Medicaid eligibility.Read more about Medicaid Eligibility Specialist – Bilingual English/Spanish
The Associate Executive Director for Youth and Immigrant Services manages the portfolio of youth and immigrant programs; participates as a senior-level member of the executive team that manages the organization; and works toward an integrated program model that maintains and expands the continuum of services for the benefit of participants. The Associate Executive Director reports to the Executive Director and directly supervises the three program leads for youth and the Director of Adult and Immigrant Services. Read more about Associate Executive Director for Youth and Immigrant Services
The Case Manager helps impaired older adults maintain independent life safely in the community by linking them to the community resources/home services and assisting and advocating to obtain benefits and entitlements. They work with clients and their families to formulate appropriate care plans maintaining contact by phone and conducting home visits.
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The Registered Nurse is responsible for the clinical management of client services, the clinical supervision of home care workers, and the coordination of staff and home care worker training in accordance with Department of Health and Agency policies and procedures, as well as contractual requirements.
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The Home Health Aide Supervising Nurse Instructor is responsible for administering the Home Health Aide curriculum using various teaching methods in accordance with New York State Department of Health regulations and teaching guidelines. This position resides within Sunnyside Home Care Project, Inc. Home Health Aide Training Program and is a full-time position for a bilingual (English/Spanish) Registered Nurse Instructor.
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Reporting directly to the Program Director, the Bilingual Group Leader is primarily responsible for the overall supervision and wellbeing of the participants, as well as academic support and fostering social emotional learning in the group setting. This position is part of Youth and Family Services offered at Sunnyside Community Services.
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The Intake Coordinator/Case Manager will be a part of a newly-formed Care Connections team that will screen all new potential clients for their eligibility to any one of our nine senior services at Sunnyside Community Services. This will require knowledge of all available programs and resources in the agency to direct a potential client to the appropriate services. The Intake Coordinator will then do a complete screen and intake for our Case Management program that includes services such as Home Delivered Meals, EISEP Home Care, and Case Management services.Read more about Intake Coordinator/Case Manager – Bilingual English/Spanish
The Adolescent Literacy Instructor is responsible for assisting in the implementation of academic lessons, tracking progress, and tailoring the curriculum for different participant academic levels. This position will be part of Youth and Family Services offered at Sunnyside Community Services, which includes a pre-kindergarten program, after-school programs for elementary and middle school students, high school job readiness, career readiness, enrichment programming, and Adult and Immigrant Services.Read more about Adolescent Literacy Instructor (Part-Time, Seasonal)
Sunnyside Community Services, an innovative community-based, social service organization in Queens (10 minutes by subway from Grand Central), is seeking an experienced Social Work Program Supervisor to join our newly formed Elder Justice team. Bilingual Spanish skills preferred. The Elder Justice Program supports services that prevent elder abuse, protect people from abusive situations, help people recover from abuse, and preserve, promote, and empower the independence, choice, and financial security of the individuals the program serves. Read more about Program Supervisor, Elder Justice Program
Reporting to the Director of Enrichment and Engagement at Queens Technical High School, the Enrichment and Academic Support Coach is responsible for creating an environment that will provide growth in students’ academic achievement and personal growth. She/he will work collaboratively with other staff and external professionals to address the needs of program participants. Through integrated focus on academic services, socio-emotional support and opportunities, and improved student learning, stronger families and healthier communities will be developed. Read more about Enrichment and Academic Support Coach (Part Time)
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