Mission: To enhance the health of our community.
I have been working at Community Reach Center full-time
great opportunity to get experience working in-home, somewhat flexible hours, independence, great opportunity to learn
wear and tear on your vehicle, cost of gas (unless you have a hybrid), you have to work at a later time when kids are in school or parents work late, constantly on the road driving, can get stressful with keeping up with clients and scheduling
Advice to Management
work more on self-care for staff members, and actually do things to help staff not burn out
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Community Reach Center.
HR dept. interviewed me. You could tell by the interview they weren't interested in getting to you know, just interested in weeding candidates out. Took 6 weeks to respond to me only to tell me I didn't get the position. I think this is normal for bigger companies. If you don't hear back from them in a few weeks, just forget about it and move on. There were about 8-10 interview questions, such as "why are you interested in community reach center?", "what are 2 most important qualities that one should have for this position" (I think "organization" is what they want to hear), "what kind of management do you like", "what kind of co-workers do you best get along with", "how do you adapt to change in the workplace", "where do you see yourself in 3 years from now" (they want you to tell them that you'll still be at their company, which I didn't), "what are your greatest strengths and weaknesses", "tell us about a time where you had a disagreement with a co-worker", "tell us about a time where you received constructive criticism/ feedback in the workplace and how did you handle it" etc.