Autism Society Of North Carolina

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Depends on the department. In the state office the hours are 8-5 with an hour lunch, but I know several employees that work different start and end times that fit around their family/life. The main Raleigh office is open 8:00-4:30. Direct care workers can be a lot different, depending on the employee needs and the needs of the family and client.

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$9-12/hr The hours vary according to the the needs of each individual.

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The pace depends on the hours a person is interested in and the type of needs the person supported requires.

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I am incredibly proud to work for a non-profit that helps individuals with autism. Whenever I tell people where I work, they usually tell me about someone they know or love with autism. Many ask for help finding resources and I can always direct them to the right department. That feels really good.

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A better opportunity has arised.

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I see no reason to leave this company, nor would I suggest that others leave unless they aren't comfortable with the work environment.

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Bi-monthly.

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Be prepared to talk about your "why." What is it the brought you to want to work with people on the spectrum and/or their families? Why this mission/service and not another?

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