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4 days ago

Milieu Supervisor

Children's Home + Aid Evanston, IL

for 24 hour periods on rotation with other Supervisors and professional Staff, to make program decisions as required by program. Qualifications… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Program Assistant

Children's Home + Aid Chicago, IL

Responsible for assisting program leadership in implementing program activities, with an emphasis on data entry, program outreach, and recruitment… Glassdoor

18 days ago

Type 04 Lead Teacher

Children's Home + Aid Chicago, IL

• Conducts developmental screenings and regular assessments and uses information for lessen planning. Enters childrens… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Director of Child Welfare/LCSW


Experienced professional will support the development, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of all statewide child welfare social services…

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Children's Home + Aid Reviews

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Nancy Ronquillo
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    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant  in  Evanston, IL
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Evanston, IL

    I worked at Children's Home + Aid full-time for more than 5 years


    There were many pleasant, dedicated people who looked out for children and families.


    Management played favorites among individuals and programs. Communication and cooperation between programs did not happen easily. There were a lot of internal "us vs. them" conflicts between programs. Consideration of employees' safety, especially regarding dealing with clients, was not always done.

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    Create an environment where employees feel safe and comfortable to express their views. When employees express concerns, do not play them down, thus creating a constant reactionary atmosphere by dealing with those concerns only after they have long become out of hand. Respect the office staff people, the IT techs, the accounting staff, maintenance/custodial staff, and food service staff -- they are no less important than the social workers, and are needed just as much to keep the office running.

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