I have been working at Metropolitan Family Services full-time
It is a good company to work for to gain experience
It is like being back in high school the pay is not the best
Advice to Management
Lead by example your team is only as strong as its leader
I applied online. I interviewed at Metropolitan Family Services (Chicago, IL).
I received an interview request from the company. The woman contacted me via email and scheduled a time for me to come in and interview with her in her office. I was rudely interrupted by her emails constantly. At one point, the interview was halted over 15 minutes while she continued to work from her desk. She asked fairly relevant questions and seemed reasonably pleased with my responses but asked me directly what salary I was targeting. I recently moved to Chicago from an area with a higher cost of living, so I was willing to be flexible for the right opportunity. Per usual, I sent a hand written thank you note to the manager and now that it's been three weeks since my interview, I haven't heard a word. I've been completely ghosted. Not only that, she seemed to change the job description to match my resume/experience *perfectly* and now I see the position over a massive amount of job boards. I can't find away to avoid seeing the position no matter where I look.
There is no communication on behalf of the hiring manager and I would think twice about working for this non-profit based on the way they treat their potential candidates.