Fast paced atmosphere, friendly environment, self motivated staff
Program Supervisor (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 28, 2016
I appreciate the new skill sets obtained, case management experience, and advancement opportunities provided by the company. However, the agency is going through some changes and I'm unsure how long my current program/ position will be available.
I also relocated recently and unfortunately this agency doesn't have any program offices based in New Jersey.
vacation time, possibilities for advancement, promotes from within.
healthcare is a little expensive. Also raises are not offered often, nor are they performance based.
Program Director (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 8, 2015
a typical work day consists of having to do the work of other departments thus not giving you the ability to do what you have planned for your work schedule. Being understaffed because of ongoing budgetary issue(s) has one having to do the work of what should be 3 to 1. Salaries are low, workload is high and systemically, the agency does not have systems that increases work that ends up being a lot of wasted time or double work. .
Lead Operator (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – September 1, 2015
Typical day at this plant is "non typical: of other plants. Everything changes everyday, we batch ingredients to make a final product. This "formula" can change hourly as we batch different products into the final product based on needs & supplies we have. Hardest part is organizing your day, as mentioned the schedule changes often.
Unit Counselor (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 22, 2015
Working for ICL is great; my co-workers and my direct supervisor are supportive and assist with the work load and the bonus is my enjoyment of working with the MICA (mentally ill chemically addicted) population.
Over Night Residential Counselor/ Case Manager (Current Employee) – Queens Village, NY – September 2, 2012
I learned how to better work with people that have a mental illness, history of subtance use, and chronic medical conditions.
A typcal day at the residence would be an exchange of shift information, counting off the narcotics, getting directions from my supervisor, following up with providers and making appointments, monitoring medication, meeting with clients, checking rooms, meeting with next staff coming on, and recording events of the day in a log book.
The job was good for me while I was finishing my MSW. I now need something more lucrative.
Front Desk Counselor (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 18, 2015
Front Line employees are poorly paid. Health Insurance is too costly. My co-workers are great. They trained me. I learned more Crisis Intervention working with the seriously mentally ill comorbid with substance abuse and the issue of homelessness.
Administrative Assistant/Unit Counselor (Current Employee) – Long Island city – December 3, 2013
ICL is a veterans shelter. We service over 200 veterans and the facilily is a 24 hour shelter. I have recently been promoted to the Administrative Assistant from a Unit counselor position at another site. I am a team player and my work relationship with my coworkers are good. I don't find any part of my job difficult as I enjoy my position as an administrative assistant.
I have my own office and my Director is very nice.