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Visit Supervisor (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INMarch 11, 2014
The team is very supportive and encouraging. Managers are always available and willing to jump in and work with you.
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Not a supportive environment/NOT a good place to work
Temp Work (Former Employee), Los Angeles ,CAJanuary 24, 2014
The hardest part of the job was dealing with the personnel department.
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Helpless in Need
Package Preparer (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INJanuary 19, 2014
I loved doing community service in high school so this was such a great experience! Being able to help the needy was so fun and beneficial to me. Having the opportunity to encourage the less fortunate gave me appreciation of everything I had in my own life. Hearing all of those people tell me thank you for your encouraging words and showing gratitude – more... was way more better than receiving money. This job taught me that I should never take anything for granted and also have enough courage to help people through their difficult times. My managers and coworkers could notice how much of a positive impact I had in the homeless community and they always took pride by having me on their team. the hardest part about working with the children's bureau was seeing the homeless in such bad times. the best part was seeing the homeless's faces when they received their survivor's kit! – less
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Professional Wrok Environment
Case Worker CCDF Program (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INSeptember 22, 2013
Pros: good team ethics
Cons: sometimes long work hours
Great core values
Caring work envionment
client based work
sometimes long work hours
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Home based case management
Social Work Intern (Former Employee), Muncie, INAugust 27, 2013
Pros: assist in giving clients the needed tools for change
Cons: finding creative ways to motivate clients to engage in the change process.
This position gave me the opportunity to not only interact with clients in the field who were in danger of Child Protective Services stepping in, but it also gave me the opportunity to interact on a daily basis with other case managers within the agency, as well as other Social Service agencies, and daily meetings and interaction with the director. – more... The hardest part of the job was working with clients who were resistant and non-compliant. This taught me a lot about self care so as not to carry my work home with me. I love home based case management, as well as crisis intervention. I look forward to getting back into the field as soon as possible. – less
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NACS West Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INApril 10, 2013
This company provides the community with essential resources
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Provide information about adoption in order for prospective adoptive family can make an informed decision
Adoption Case Management (Former Employee), Baldwin Park, CAFebruary 25, 2013
Pros: specialization in adoption issues and had exposure to various services providers
Cons: non-profit organization had to be download because of lack of funds
-Working hours were flexible and was able to schedule my appointments during regular working days Monday-Friday
-APSS specialized in providing information on permanency planning in particularly adoption
-Enjoyed environment at Spa 3 and working with all my co-workers
-Hardest part of the job is when a child's adoption did not go through after a long – more... process due to various factor.
My greatest joy and stasfaction was helping family through the adoption process and witnessing adoption being finalized – less
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I loved The Children's Bureau
Intake Specialist (Former Employee), IndianapolisDecember 8, 2012
Pros: non for profit, helps with life insurance, and benefits
Cons: they are strict to the book
The Children's Bureau is a great company to be affiliated with. If I could go back and enjoy working for such a company that helps all walks of life, i would
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The best place to work in NOLA if you are a social worker!!!
Clinical Social Worker (Former Employee), New Orleans, LADecember 8, 2012
Pros: warm, friendly and inviting agency. almost like family.
Cons: n/a
Children's Bureau is a warm, friendly and inviting agency that encourages employees to meet career goals and advancement. Their evidenced based model proves to be top notch in the human service field. Sadly, I had to move from the area and therefore, needed to find new employment otherwise, I would have stayed with Children's Bureau throughout my career!
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Computer Repair (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAOctober 16, 2012
This is a contract labor job I usually work from home doing laptop repair.