Career Opportunities

Sunnyside Community Services (SCS) is a non-profit organization that provides a continuum of vital services and activities that enrich the lives of individuals of all ages. Founded in 1974, SCS has grown to currently serving more than 16,000 people each year with a workforce of more than 1,500 on-site and field staff.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Learn More About Becoming a Home Health Aide

Please review the opportunities currently available below:

  • Corporate Compliance Officer (Part-Time)

    The Compliance Officer establishes and implements an effective compliance program to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct.

  • Program Director, Community Resources

    The Program Director of Community Resources supervises a team responsible for case management and navigating public benefits through the NYCBenefits initiative.

  • ESOL Instructor (Part-Time; 12 hours per week)

    The Instructor will implement the ESOL Program curriculum and will teach in-person on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 6 – 9 pm.

  • Home Health Aide 

    Home Health Aides at Sunnyside Community Services/Sunnyside Home Care Project provide thorough and effective care, per New York State’s Department of Health guidelines.

  • Senior Community Resources Specialist  

    The Senior Community Resources Specialist supports immigrant New Yorkers and low-income adults by guiding them through the intricacies of public benefits programs.

  • Home Health Aide Supervising Nurse Instructor (Bilingual – English/Spanish) 

    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.

  • Director of Client Services – Registered Nurse

    The Director of Client Services is responsible for oversight of all client services in the Home Care department, which includes service delivery and clinical operations.

  • Summer Rising Beacon Instructor – I.S. 5 (Seasonal)

    Instructors will report directly to the Campus Director. Instructors will be in charge of a group of participants and will be responsible for the overall care and safety of the youth. Instructors are responsible for conducting aged appropriate activities alongside the group’s instructor.

  • Summer Rising Beacon Group Leader – I.S. 5 (Seasonal)

    Group Leaders will be in charge of a group of participants and will be responsible for the overall care and safety of the youth. Group Leaders are responsible for conducting aged appropriate activities alongside the group’s instructor.

  • Summer Rising Group Leader (Seasonal)

    Group Leaders are responsible for conducting age-appropriate activities for summer camp participants.

  • Summer Rising Instructor (Seasonal)

    The Summer Rising Instructor is primarily responsible for delivering activities, including tailoring the curriculum for different levels of instruction and developing lesson plans. The instructor will teach students in grades K – 5.

  • Summer Group Leader – P.S. 343 (Seasonal) 

    The Summer Group Leader is responsible for the supervision and safety of program participants.