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11 days ago

Refugee AmeriCorps Life Skills Coordinator

World Relief Aurora, IL

• Compile, create, and distribute linguistically appropriate materials pertaining to life skills and financial literacy • Facilitate topic specific… World Relief

30+ days ago


World Relief Aurora, IL

Greet refugees when they first arrive to Chicago and orient them to their new home. Refugees never forget the first smiling faces they see in… World Relief

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Stephan Bauman
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    I'll probably never meet as many people that truly care about welcoming the foreigner as I have here. The staff are very passionate about refugee resettlement, hence why many of them have stayed on staff 5, 10, 15, even 20 years despite not getting a decent salary or lacking career development, which brings me to...


    Where do I begin? The pay is abysmal. Other resettlement agencies get paid much better, probably due to them possessing a better fundraising system, which World Relief is struggling to build due to poor marketing and development. There's really no way to move up, whether you're a case manager or not and it's obvious that managers are in their positions because of office politics. No system of accountability and management refuses to deal with staff who perform poorly or are toxic to work with, though they are well aware of the problems in the office. I knew coworkers who would fall asleep at their desks while watching movies or who just didn't show up to work for no reason. Management knew...never did anything about it. Things just feel out of control the whole time. Most chaotic office environment and, believe me, when it's busy it will show you how unorganized and poorly run the place is.

    Advice to Management

    Develop a fundraising system that works, not so that only program requirements can be met, but so that your staff can get a decent wage for working their literal butts off.

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