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Philadelphia, PA
1001 to 5000 employees
1970
Nonprofit Organization
Non-Profit
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
NHS Human Services, Gaudenzia, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health
Resources for Human Development is a comprehensive, nonprofit, social service organization with headquarters in Philadelphia, Pa. Founded in 1970, RHD currently oversees and supports more than 160 locally managed human service programs in 14 states, working quietly behind the ... Read more

Mission: RHD’s mission is to empower people as they achieve the highest level of independence possible, building better lives for themselves, their families and their communities. From providing residential services for individuals with mental illness, intellectual and ... Read more

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    Current Employee - DSP in Philadelphia, PA
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    I have been working at Resources For Human Development full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    Flexible schedule caring environment love PIRS

    Cons

    Low pay rate, high medical insurance premiums

    Advice to Management

    Look for cheaper rates for health insurance, cross train for lateral employment opportunities

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Resources For Human Development Photos

Resources For Human Development photo of: At RHD Missouri in St. Charles, which provides live-in companion residential support for people with intellectual disabilities, Todd Davis works with Brandon in Brandon’s home #WhereIWork
Resources For Human Development photo of: At RHD Nashville, a residential program for people with developmental disabilities, supervisor Aerry Austin works with Randall in Randall’s home #WhereIWork
Resources For Human Development photo of: Zoey gets a manicure from Direct Service Professional Jessie Taylor at RHD Nebraska in Omaha, a residential program for people with intellectual disabilities #WhereIWork
Resources For Human Development photo of: At RHD Nebraska in Lincoln, which provides residential supports to individuals with developmental disabilities, program director Jen Lewis works with Larry in his home #WhereIWork
Resources For Human Development photo of: RHD's Imagine That! art studio--an innovative creative arts studio for people with intellectual disabilities #WhereIWork
Resources For Human Development photo of: RHD's NEW HOPE NOLA wall of possibilities...inspiring NEW HOPE one person at a time! #WhereIWork
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Resources For Human Development Interviews

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    Independent Contractor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in King of Prussia, PA
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Resources For Human Development (King of Prussia, PA) in December 2016.

    Interview

    Was interviewed for a position on 12/6. Contacted the manager on 12/20 to follow up, giving a generous amount of time for them to "interview other candidates and make a decision". Was offered the position on that same day, 12/20. During an ensuing e-mail conversation, I was told that I would need to purchase personal liability insurance, at my own expense. The final message sent to me by the manager was on 12/22 and told me that "something had come up" and she would not be able to meet with me until after the new year to discuss when I could come in to fill out paperwork. Thinking that it was a minor issue concerning the holidays, I went ahead and purchased the liability insurance, at a cost of $100.

    I e-mailed the manager again on 1/3 and was told that they were moving forward with someone else (rescinding the job offer in other words). I now have insurnace I don't need, I am down $100 of my own money, and still don't have a job.

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Resources For Human Development Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Public, Private and Nonprofit Employers in Philadelphia, Philly.com, 2009
  • Top 100 Public, Private and Nonprofit Employers in Philadelphia, Philly.com, 2008

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