Shift Manger (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 7, 2017
This program offers great opportunities for youth, but little advancement opportunities are few and far between. The environment is high stress and there is little support for those who give up much of their time for the program. Benefits are excellent and pay is average.
administrative assistant (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – November 20, 2015
too much work expected from their employees low pay no breaks micro managed no talking to co workers - only work, if your caught talking, your in trouble very strict sick policy bad negative environment no positive feedback Dr's nice nurses nice If you work a phone position, patients always complaining about their bills No communication everything changes daily Management doesnt understand the meaning of the word Manage Stay away from this company - you will regret it if you work there.
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Boys Town, NE – August 21, 2015
Boys Town National Research hospital is a great place to bring your kids for many different services. The outpatient surgery center is very nice, and the staff is highly trained. The benefits package is great!
Benefits Package, great co-workers, moving towards newer technologt
Everyday at Boys Town National Research Hospital, its excellent work with co-workers or kids. I enjoyable helping kids and learning more to be responsible. Its bless changing people life at Boys Town and help kids to be responsible growing up with full responsibility.
Boys Town National Research Hospital Pepsi cold machine everything sale only one dollar, including some snack food. some time reward security officer with free food and etc.
A lot of good learning experiences. Providers very knowledgeable
Registered Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 16, 2014
Most work days were split between answering phone calls from parents and rooming patients to see the GI physicians. I learned so much about pediatric GI diseases and conditions Management was there for any questions or problems that came up My co-workers were very hard working, knowledgeable, and fun to work with Hardest part of the job was when the the chronic kids were sick The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the parents get a procedure or a medication approved. They really appreciated our time and effort.
Behavioral Health Technician Level II (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 12, 2013
I provide direct care for youth with behavioral health issues. The management truly care about their staff by showing appreciation as this profession can be hard work and many hours spent with non-compliant youth. The hardest part about this career is watching youth leave the program on a bad note because they chose not to participate in their treatment by choosing defiant behaviors. I enjoy this job for the simply fact, I am making a difference in the lives of the youth who may not have positive role models in their life.