I have been working at Screening for Mental Health full-time
Can give lots of input to direct the organization
It is a small organization
The people I worked with were very good and a great atmosphere. It is a good place to get your start career wise.
Biggest problem was the confusion of managers requests about issues not in their domain. For example, one request was to take the last year of data month by month and then see if it added up to what the report was for the year.
I worked at Screening for Mental Health full-time
Great cause - what's better than helping someone get better with preventative mental health screening. Free parking and easy access to the T. Generous retirement matching up to 50% of what you contribute... but you can't contribute anything because they pay, on average, 25% to 40% less than other nonprofits.
Senior management -- if you call a bunch of part timers who feel as though they have "earned" the right to work from home one or more days a week and on top of that, only work 3 or 4 days a week. A disengaged CEO who likes to get "free" or reduced rent on his private practice as a psychiatrist. A bloated budget from the Department of Defense which, according to the former Executive Director, pays for 87% of salaries, overhead, insurance, etc...
Advice to Management
Get your butt in the office or be the leader you want to see in others -- show up, every day, full time leaders and do the work!
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