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Coordinator of Workforce Development

Easter Seals Keene, NH

This position is responsible for assigning caseloads to staff as appropriate, maintaining required caseload/service data, conduct intake interviews… Glassdoor


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    Easy Job, Sucky everything else

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    Current Employee - Service Coach
    Current Employee - Service Coach

    I have been working at Easter Seals part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The job is simple and often stress free. Easily able to get more hours when desired or take off depending on the house and shift. Able to flex schedule, good for school. For the most part you have free reign during your shift. Likes to do gatherings for consumers and staff.

    Cons

    You work alone mostly. Must work 8 holidays a year. Pay is not great and based on you level of education. Not easy to move up in the company. Management not very supportive. Co-workers can be catty. Most co-workers have no background in mental health and therefore do not understand the diagnosis or medications. Depending on the house, you may have to remain if relief doesn't come (due to emergencies or just lateness). If there is an emergency situation you may have to remain at work for paperwork. It is very very easy to get a med error (errors are on a point system of 3 to 5, 11 point equals termination, points are only removed after months of no errors). If a consumer or consumers family has an issue with staff (regardless of the reason) most often management will remove that staff from the house and send them to a different facility. During times of harsh weather (ie: snow storms), coworkers often call out. Consumers are often not appropriately admitted and management will play favorites with consumers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    site managers have to be more helpful and understanding, back up the staff they hired. Management needs to evaluate consumer better before admitting them and shouldn't play favorites.

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