This is a great company to work for especially if you manage to find a case at a great school.
When your permanent case client is absent from school and you have to rush to be a sub on a case within a limited amount of time.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work everyone. You're doing a great job.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Hawaii Behavioral Health (Honolulu, HI) in January 2016.
Don't worry about this interview if all you want is get a job quickly to pay a little bit of your bills. They will ask only easiest questions. As long as you are free from tuberculosis and have met minimum education requirements, they going to offer you a job and $18 an hour on the spot.
Better you focusing on asking THEM questions so you can make a good decision if you want to take their offer up. They will try to focus on telling you about the work you do with client, but you need to ask about how many hours are guaranteed (zero) and if people lose their benefit insurance when the company doesn't have any work for them (yes.) Ask if you will get paid for time and gas money if they send you across the island but client doesn't come to school (no.)
I was excited to get the offer immediately, but after I realize their business model is to have more skills trainers on staff than available work, I didn't feel confident in accepting their job conditions. My son working at Chuck E. Cheese has more job stability than this company offering. Very sad for qualified skills trainers who could do good work, and sad for clients who need to have care from agency which doesn't focus only on putting warm bodies in seats so they can collect money.
Reasons for Declining
Attractive hourly pay is no meaning if they don't have work for you.
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