Working as a Social Services Specialist II

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Social Services Specialist II Ratings

232K Social Services Specialist II reviews for 51K companies

Work/Life Balance
3.4 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.3 ★
Career Opportunity
3.3 ★
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3K Social Services Specialist II Jobs

Social Services Specialist II Reviews

What do Social Services Specialist II professionals have to say about their job? Read through 232K Social Services Specialist II reviews for 51K companies.
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Cascade Pest Control
Customer Service Representative
Aug 5, 2019

“I am happy and I enjoy my job very much and the great team I work with as well.”

CSA - Customer Service Associate
Aug 7, 2021

“All the things are perfect in their own way and I'm happy to work here”

Merge ITMerge IT
Customer Service Representative
Aug 21, 2020

“I'm very happy with my position and am grateful I obtained an opportunity during these uncertain and difficult times.”

Customer Service Advisor
Aug 29, 2019

“Every co worker I met were always really helpful and happy to lend a hand.”
Customer Service
Mar 4, 2020

“I enjoy the flexible working schedule and I'm excited to continue growing with them.”

Asus Customer Support
Sep 3, 2020

“Good nice happy tanks gygbitg and good thanks”

Customer Consultant
Apr 7, 2021

“Everyone was really friendly and happy to help”

Customer Service Advisor
Feb 24, 2021

“Good team and enjoyed the atmosphere”

Top Companies for Social Services Specialist II

Georgia Department of Human Services
Georgia Department of Human Services
3.0 ★
60 Jobs
349 Reviews
454 Salaries

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Winter Haven Hospital
Winter Haven Hospital
2.7 ★
8 Jobs
57 Reviews
77 Salaries

Winter Haven Hospital and Winter Haven Women’s Hospital are located centrally between Orlando and Tampa in Winter Haven, Florida. The main hospital is a 468-bed acute facility, and the Women’s Hospital is a 61-bed facility catering to the unique medical needs of women and infants. We offer state-of-the-art patient care, cutting-edge technology and equipment, and a superior staff. Some of our specialty services reside within our Centers of Excellence: The Bostick Heart Center, Cassidy Cancer Center, Stroke Center, and the Breast Center at Winter Haven Women’s Hospital. We are proud to have attained The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval, and certification as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. The Joint Commission's hospital standards address important functions relating to the care of patients and the management of hospitals. Another great achievement is our designation as a Magnet Nursing Center of Excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. In addition, our nationally recognized open-heart surgery program, part of the Bostick Heart Center, has received the highest rating (three stars) from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons for several continuous years. We are honored to have these prestigious recognitions and many more for specific services at both hospitals. Part of the BayCare Family Founded in 1997, BayCare is a not-for-profit organization that operates an integrated, health care delivery system in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. With more than 300 access points across a 4-county service area, BayCare provides a full continuum of care through its inpatient, outpatient, imaging, diagnostic, behavioral health, laboratory and wellness services. Our hospitals include Bartow Regional Medical Center, BayCare Alliant, Mease Countryside, Mease Dunedin, Morton Plant, Morton Plant North Bay, St. Anthony’s, St. Joseph’s, St. Joseph’s Children’s, St. Joseph’s Women’s, St. Joseph’s Hospital-North, St. Joseph’s Hospital-South, South Florida Baptist, Winter Haven Hospital and Winter Haven Women’s.

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Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families
Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families
2.9 ★
2 Jobs
52 Reviews
72 Salaries

DCYF is a cabinet-level agency focused on the well-being of children. Our vision is to ensure that "Washington state’s children and youth grow up safe and healthy—thriving physically, emotionally and academically, nurtured by family and community." Our guiding principles: A relentless focus on outcomes for children; A commitment to collaboration and transparency; A commitment to using data to inform and evaluate reforms, leveraging and aligning existing services with desired child outcomes; A focus on supporting staff as they contribute to the agency’s goals and outcomes. What We Do DCYF is the lead agency for state-funded services that support children and families to build resilience and health, and to improve educational outcomes. We accomplish this by partnering with state and local agencies, tribes and other organizations in communities across the state of Washington. Our focus is to support children and families at their most vulnerable points, giving them the tools they need to succeed. History DCYF is the state’s newest agency. It oversees several services previously offered through the state Department of Social and Health Services and the Department of Early Learning. These include all programs from the Children’s Administration in DSHS such as Child Protective Services’ investigations and Family Assessment Response, licensed foster care, and adoption support. Also included are all DEL services, such as the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program for preschoolers, Working Connections Child Care, and Home Visiting. Starting in July 2019, DCYF also will administer programs offered by the Juvenile Rehabilitation division and the Office of Juvenile Justice in DSHS. Those programs include juvenile rehabilitation institutions, community facilities and parole services. Governor Inslee signed House Bill 1661 on July 6, 2017, creating DCYF. The new agency restructures how the state serves at-risk children and youth, with the goal of producing better outcomes in all Washington communities. Its creation follows the suggestions of the bipartisan Blue Ribbon Commission on the Delivery of Services to Children and Families convened by the governor in February 2016 to recommend a state system that focuses more clearly on preventing harm to children and youth.

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