Case Manger (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 12, 2017
When it still existed FEGS, was a great place to gain experience working with diverse populations. Caseload was manageable until the agency changed from OMH to health homes. Health homes was a disservice to consumers who needed extra visits as it limited the amount of times a CM could visit them due to the large number of caseloads.
Clinician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 26, 2017
This job is fast paced and it's a great place to gain experience for a new graduate or a season sw that has not been able to past the MSW exam. I gave job work/life balance 3 stars because I have a long commute.
Assistant Manager/Group Care Worker (Current Employee) – Auburn, NY – June 4, 2017
good job but have to make your 1 year without calling in which is difficult if you or your family get sick. Mandations are horrible as people call in alot but most of the staff care alot about the individuals
Medicaid Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Auburn, NY – May 15, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed working for Cayuga Centers. I had a reasonable amount of people on my caseload, worked with knowledgeable/ helpful coworkers and had an incredible supervisor. They made sure their employees were paid well and had enough time off to ensure burnouts did not occur.
Teacher's Aide/ Skills Trainer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 11, 2017
Working here as given me the opportunity to work with a different type of population and as a person I have grown a lot from the inside out. The experience that I have gotten from Cayuga Centers does not have a price. It is amazing.
Teacher (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 21, 2017
Cayuga Centers is such a program that provides education for immigrant children. This program is extremely amazing because you work with children from central and south america. Some of these children do not have a strong education therefore seeing them grow is rewarding.
Residential Care Worker (Former Employee) – Auburn, NY – March 16, 2017
This employer is in charge of behaviorally challenged children. the management is on a power high and even though they do nothing but boss you around with no room for questions, they throw a fit if they think you haven't shown the "proper respect" they also will not tolerate an employee to be nice or sympathetic to the kids and I think that is garbage!
Medicaid Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – March 12, 2017
If your looking for an entry level position in Human service this would be a great start. Has great benefits. Flexible work hours, Location is great and travel is fun if you don't like be stuck in an office all day.
Vacation time, flexible hours, advancement opportunity
Bilingual UC Clinician (Former Employee) – NYC, NY – February 20, 2017
Job security is minimal. Fast paced culture. Working as a team is required. Pros and con to this. Need organizational skills. Job sites are 5 blocks apart. required to move from one place to the other.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 8, 2017
Competent health care members, lack of room for growth for health care professionals. Management tries there best to implement changes with the goal of providing a safe environment for both employees and those served.
Other (Former Employee) – Auburn, NY – November 18, 2016
If you have a good work ethic this is not the place for you. Little opportunity for advancement. Poor management. Little support for employees. CEO asks for feedback from staff but doesn't really want it. Originization is top heavy.