I have been working at House of Hope part-time (More than 10 years)
A compassionate team of workers and best wages in the field.
Can not think of any cons right now. Working with a challenging clientele can be considered as a downside but again, it is the nature of the calling and mission. In the end, it also the beauty of the job.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at House of Hope (Salt Lake City, UT).
One person interviewed me. She asked me questions from a paper. She asked how I would handle specific situations and if I was comfortable with certain tasks. Like doing observed urin analysis etc. She also asked if the hours would be okay and the pay. She then told me I was hired if I accepted. She the communicated that a full background screen, UA and finger prints would need to be done.
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