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I have been working at Community Education Centers full-time
Had a phenomenal Clinical Director but she resigned. I have some good coworkers. We can eat free bologna sandwhiches from the kitchen. Probation and Parole supervisor and probation officers are wonderful. The probation and parole supervisor and the former clinical director really care about the residents be successful in the academies.
Without the clinical director things are awful here, she provided structure, organization, taught us clinical skills, the program director walks and does nothing and smokes all day. She thinks everyone likes her because she uses the company card to buy people starbucks.........We talk among both sites and security officers, counselors, etc see what she does. She needs to be professional which she is not, has poor boundaries.......is hungry for male attention and thinks every male in the workplace likes her or wants to date her. She lies alot about everything. She has continued to state from when she first arrived that she has a clinical license, and does not, we check the board all the time, and she even had us signing documents and putting she had credentials that she does not have. This is the reason I am seeking employment elsewhere, along with the pay is low for qualified employees.
Advice to Management
Come check out the program director at the NM Mens and Women's Recovery program.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Community Education Centers (Houston, TX).
Easy interview process. Federal contract so had to get people hired for contract startup. Great people in Houston but upper mgmt in NJ often were not nice and often smug and decisions were questionable.
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Very low salary non negotiable.
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Community Education Centers (CEC) is keeping its eye on a prize (namely, reducing recidivism) that will benefit the community at large. The company is a leading provider of treatment and education services for the adult and juvenile correctional populations throughout the US. CEC has operations in 22 states, including roughly 17 residential facilities and five outpatient programs, with approximately 22,000 individuals under its care. The facilities offer a range of services that include assessment and treatment for drug and alcohol abuse, job-readiness training and ...