At SCO, we invest our time and energy into helping our clients build a stronger foundation for the future. Equally important is the investment in our dedicated staff. SCO’s Center for Professional Development offers seminars, monthly educational workshops, and continuing education courses for staff and professionals from other agencies.
SCO Family of Services is an equal opportunity employer. Our agency emphasizes and promotes diversity as we believe that having a diverse staff/workforce is essential to fostering a more innovative, creative, and productive environment. We strongly encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, socio-economic status, life experiences or military/veteran status. All qualified candidates will have a strong sensitivity to and appreciation of differences among staff and clients within our organization.
SCO Training Calendar
SCO Employees: Check out all of the professional development opportunities and training courses available. Go to calendar»
WARNING! Beware of Fake SCO Family of Services Job Posts!
SCO has no job postings on Craigslist and will only communicate through its SCO.org web and email domains. SCO does not conduct interviews by email or Google HangOuts, and is not expanding its service area. Please DO NOT disclose your personal information, including social security and bank account information. You may report a suspicious SCO job posting, by emailing us at RecruitmentRequests@sco.org with “Craigslist” or “Suspicious Job Posting” in the subject line.
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