Good job security because people are always in need.
After Hours Social Services Case Manager (Current Employee) – Georgia – November 25, 2015
The salary is over $30,000 which is considered "decent" for south west Georgia because of the cheaper cost of living. It takes several tries to get on but when you do, you can definitely move around if you are a hard worker and build a good reputation amongst your colleagues. Sad to say but child abuse is constant so you will always have job security. Benefits are average, no raises unless you move around. Working from home was a perk at first but got old after while. Management took advantage of employees who worked at home and expect employees to be at their beckon call 24 hours regardless if it is outside your shift. Call center is fast paced and will ask you to work over your allotted time if you are not finished with no overtime and will often deny leave and ask a billion questions if you get sick and ask for sick leave. They expect you to take care of everybody else family but your own.
Job security, average pay and benefits
Not being able to finish on time, poor structure, high turnover, extremely low morale, leave denials often even when you have worked for it
case manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 12, 2015
its a great place to work the people are great and the atmosphere is very family friendly. When you come into the office you are provided with a caseload; you work your cases and you leave with a great feeling that you helped someone today.
Aging Services Coordinator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 27, 2015
Management lacks vision and interpersonal skills. The employees are great but are not supported by managers. Low morale in the department. Could be great if management was responsive and demonstrated that they care about the employees. Employees care about the people they serve and go above the call of duty to resolve client issues. Co-workers generally support each other. Great teamwork!
Stable Work Environment Serving Citizens of Georgia
Consultant, Lead Sr. Developer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 2, 2014
I stayed at this job for quite a long time. It was a very stable and secure job, and convenient to Conyers via GRTA commuter bus. I was there as a Consultant and worked several major projects. I learned a lot about leading major projects, problem analysis, and being a lead to other developers. I adjusted to several management changes over the years. The hardest part of the job was the requirements gathering process which sometimes delayed project development. I enjoyed my co-workers, some are lifelong friends. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing I was providing a service to the needy citizens of the state of Georgia.
job stability, good commute from conyers
management inexperience, lack of department continuity
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Decatur, GA – October 14, 2014
A typical day at work it very hectic. It requires multi-tasking and prioritizing multiple things in one day. I learned more about the foster care system and the responsibilities of a Human Service worker.
Family Independence Case Manager I (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 22, 2014
Assess clients’ needs and establish eligibility for benefits and services such as food stamps and Medicaid. Manage high volume caseload of clients on a daily basis. Provide emotional support to clients and report progress to supervisors and administrative managers.
helping eligible families locate supporting programs to better themselves
Enforcement Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 3, 2014
I can use one word to describe how a typical work day at work would be:Busy; I have learned a lot of information to move forward in my career. I can use two words to describe management “take actions”. I can use one word to describe co-workers "resourceful". The hardest part of the job is dealing with the ADA. The most enjoyable part of the job is the training.
Program Consultant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 27, 2014
Managing every facet of the Wednesday's Child program, i.e. Producing segments, manage/report program data/outcomes, manage program budget, plan and execute special events, plan and execute annual recruitment strategy