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If you’re passionate about competitive sports, inclusion and the well-being of people with intellectual disabilities in New York, consider coming to work with us! As a highly respected nonprofit organization with programs and events statewide, we provide a range of opportunities for you to make your career while you’re making a difference in the lives of athletes, families and communities.

Please bookmark this page and check back regularly to see any new job postings in the list below We invite you to apply for positions when they are open. We’re sorry, but we’re unable to respond to general applications or phone inquiries.

If you’re passionate about competitive sports, inclusion and the well-being of people with intellectual disabilities in New York, consider coming to work with us! As a highly respected nonprofit organization with programs and events statewide, we provide a range of opportunities for you to make your career while you’re making a difference in the lives of athletes, families and communities.

Please bookmark this page and check back regularly to see any new job postings in the list below We invite you to apply for positions when they are open. We’re sorry, but we’re unable to respond to general applications or phone inquiries.

Special Olympics New York, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We ensure that all of our employees and prospective employees have equal opportunities in hiring and in the workplace  without regard for race, age, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, status as a disabled veteran or any other classification protected by law.

“NYSID’s organizational and staff support of Special Olympics New York has created a dynamic partnership. We are proud to be in it to win it with SONY’s thousands of athletes throughout New York State. Whether lending a hand at Games or donating new sports equipment, this team effort connects individuals with disabilities to opportunities to compete, lead and inspire. We are excited to be a part of it.”
Maureen O’Brien President and CEO, NYSID