There are lots of younger people, as you would expect at a non-profit. I have a good time with my co-workers, and the environment is fun. They allow for a flexible schedule if you need it, and supervisors are usually available to quickly answer questions (if not yours, another one). Very friendly people overall.
Very low pay (as you would expect at a non-profit). Some, but very few opportunities for promotion. Wear and tear to your own personal car, with mileage reimbursement. Clients can sometimes be very frustrating.
Advice to Management
They do "climate surveys" every now and then, but it takes a long time to see any changes. Raise the base pay, and you'll stop losing great staff to better paying jobs after they've worked for a year.
The process took a week. I interviewed at St. Lukes House.
You are required to do two in person interviews after a phone screening. The staff is great and don't try to stump you with "trick questions". It's important to know the company's mission and care/have knowledge about mental health.
I didn't even try to negotiate.
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