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West Suburban Special Recreation Association Overview

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Franklin Park, IL
1 to 50 employees
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Nonprofit Organization
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
Less than $1 million (USD) per year
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West Suburban Special Recreation Association Reviews

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    Pros

    Small group of FT people operating in a large area, has a family feel (if that's your thing), generous time off policies, all levels of staff have the ability to create impact in the communities

    Cons

    Very little room to advance - you'll almost certainly come in as an PT time employee or entry level FT and then move on - not necessarily the fault of management or a refection of your skills, it's just the reality of the organization

    Advice to Management

    Creating and communicating a strong vision for the organization would be helpful. It often felt we perseverated over petty and lost track of the big picture.

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    Program Coordinator Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at West Suburban Special Recreation Association.

    Interview

    I had an HR screening over the phone then was called in for an interview. The program manager and one of the program coordinators interviewed me. They had a prescribed list of questions they asked. I would say the interview was fairly laid back and the two staff I interviewed with were nice.

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