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30+ days ago

Residential Counselor

Victor Treatment Center Santa Rosa, CA

Come join our caring and dedicated TEAM in providing Excellent Care for kids and families. Please visit our website for more information… Victor Treatment Center


30+ days ago

Residential Counselor I (Relief)

Victor Redding, CA

Under the direct supervision of the Residential Services Supervisor (RSS), the Residential Counselor I is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Residential Counselor I

Victor San Bernardino, CA +3 locations

Under the direct supervision of the Residential Services Supervisor (RSS), the Residential Counselor I is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Residential Counselor I (Awake-Night Shift)

Victor Redding, CA

Under the direct supervision of the Residential Services Supervisor (RSS), the Residential Counselor I is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Peer Counselor

Victor Perris, CA

The Victor Community Support Services (VCSS) Peer Counselor, under the direct supervision of the Program Supervisor, assists with program start up… Glassdoor


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    If you've been with Victor for a long period of time your days are numbered.

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    Former Employee - RC1 in Redding, CA
    Former Employee - RC1 in Redding, CA

    I worked at Victor Treatment Centers full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I enjoyed working with the kids and staff. I had the opportunity to work in several different positions and Victor was very flexible with allowing me to respond to emergencies in the community as a volunteer firefighter.

    Cons

    The continued lack of staffing. Expected to work 12-14 hour shifts and not given any opportunities to take rest breaks even though the employee handbook states that non-exempt staff are required to take a 10 minute rest break for every 4 hours worked. Being told that "you are not entitled to any overtime" when taking an RSS position. Even though most of an RSS's time is in direct care of the kids we served. Legal actions were taken and several RSS's in the Redding VTC program was awarded in favor of by the Labor Commissioner. Of course Victor, with their deep pockets, appealed but ended up settling in court to prevent it from going to trial. Everyone's days are numbered and they won't hesitate to fire you. Only to look like fools to the unemployment judge when they can't prove any gross misconduct had happened.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees. If it wasn't for the hundreds of direct care staff who, day in and day out, give so much if their time and energy to support the kids Victor takes in you would not be in business. Look at the people who are in leadership positions and be aware of the decisions and choices they are making. The Redding program used to be filled with a large amount if well trained and devoted staff but in the last 3-4 years almost all of them are no longer with the company. And the majority were not by choice.

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