Arc of the Ozarks

  www.arcoftheozarks.com
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Registered Nurse – new

The ARC of the Ozarks Springfield, MO

Coordinate Medical services for individuals with developmental disabilities in residential group home and community settings. Will provide staff… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Program Supervisor - Renovations – new

The ARC of the Ozarks Springfield, MO

Applicant must also have a minimum of one year management/supervision experience and one year experience working with individuals with a dual… CareerBuilder


Arc of the Ozarks Reviews

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John Foley
3 Ratings
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    I loved the staff members that I worked with, but the company treats its employees terribly.

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    Former Employee - Behavioral Support Technician II  in  Springfield, MO
    Former Employee - Behavioral Support Technician II in Springfield, MO

    I worked at Arc of the Ozarks full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The work that you get to do with the clients of the Arc is one of the most challenging things you will ever take on, but it's also one of the most rewarding things in the world to see someone with disabilities succeed.

    Cons

    Poor pay, no help from upper level management with much of anything, and a lack of direction with some clients. There are too many clients that are there without funding that need it, and there are other clients that shouldn't have the funding that they do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Appreciate your employees. The work we do is some of the most difficult in the world, and there are MANY issues that need taken care of. Many in management have no idea what the actual conditions in the houses are like.

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