Southwest Key Programs Jobs & Careers in Buffalo, NY

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8 days ago

Community Monitor- Relief

Southwest Key Programs Buffalo, NY

*Job ID:* 2014-3585 *# Positions:* 1 *Location:* US - NY - Buffalo *Experience (Years):* .. *Posted Date:* 9/5/2014 *Category… Beyond.com


12 days ago

Part-time Community Monitor

Southwest Key Programs Buffalo, NY

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Conduct face to face contacts at various locations with youth. • Develop and maintain helping relationships with youth… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Family Specialist - Part time

Southwest Key Programs Buffalo, NY

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Conduct face to face contacts at various locations with youth. • Develop and maintain helping relationships with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Case Manager

Southwest Key Programs Buffalo, NY

• Conduct initial intake with client and family/guardian. • Ensure the timely completion of all Intake paperwork, Assessments and Individual… Glassdoor


Southwest Key Programs Reviews

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Juan Sanchez
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    Just a position to do while you look for something better.

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    Current Employee - Youth Tracker  in  Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Youth Tracker in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Southwest Key Programs part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    It's easy to work another job while being a tracker...that is until they become short staff. Also, there is potential to apply for opportunities in other states, however you must be bilingual.

    Cons

    You work in the evening beginning and visit juveniles who dwell in dangerous neighborhoods. You have to visit all the kids before midnight, and then head back to the office to type case notes. Be prepared to work way past midnight, and leave the office alone. Not much support from upper management, and the only thing they are concerned about is making sure that they keep a full # of kids on the program so the program continues to get funding. They don't care about helping the youth, yet state this in their mission. Nonprofit...hmm, more like for-profit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Restructure the Youth Tracking services! It makes no sense, and does nothing to help the community.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO