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Intermountain Centers for Human Development Employee Reviews

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Unrealistic expectations
In Home Support Specialist (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZOctober 28, 2016
'self-care' is a buzz word with this company there truly is no understanding that you may be in school, have kids or a partner.
Job descriptions change and the expectation is you roll with it with no pay bump or discussion of when it can occur. I've heard from employees with the company over 4 years, that there is a raise freeze and this appears to be true.
Management requires a lot, it's all take from level entry amd no give. There is no room to grow professionally unless you want to be a therapist.
The culture overall appears with smiles but ask someone how they are doing and often times people get teary eyed.
Compensation is unreasonable low, hard to stay motivated.
Pros
Flexible schedule
Cons
Unrealistic expectations, no future
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Steep learning curve with little support
Recovery Coach (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZJanuary 31, 2016
Training varies depending on your role and supervisor. If you are a recovery coach you shadow but are really thrown in with a full case load and little support from supervisors. Management style varies depending on the supervisor and team lead. Some are better than others but all have the expectation once you're done with training you can handle anything thrown at you. Office culture is very relaxed and co workers are very friendly towards one another and very willing to help. All Recovery Coaches (low and high needs) are expected to maintain contact with their cases every two weeks as well as do skills training. Current caseloads do not reflect reality and most do not have time to do everything thus working after hours. Management is too far removed from entry level and cannot maintain enough employees.
Pros
Flexible workspace, Relaxed and friendly office culture, health, vision, dental, 401k
Cons
High turn over rates, High case load numbers, Management too far removed from entry level
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Great place to work
Customer support (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZJanuary 28, 2017
Intermountain is a great place to work!
- positive and supportive supervisors,
- tech tools to support you in your roles,
- behavior model approach used with clients
- affordable health insurance options for an individual and families
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Not too bad
Behavior Coach II/ Medication Technician (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZDecember 12, 2016
It could be worse. An average day actually depends on the specific site you work at. It also depends on what field you work in and what you supervisor wants. Things constantly change and you will be playing catch up and chase your tale most of the time.
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Great place to work
Intensive Case Manager (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZJuly 23, 2015
I have been with this company over one year and feel extremely well supported by my supervisory staff and sincerely enjoy the culture. The people I have the pleasure of working with help to rejuvenate me. I gave this a 5/5 for job security and advancement, to clarify there is not much room for advancing per say but if you consistently meet the standards you have strong job security. The Job work/life balance is a lower score because my position is challenging and the work load is significant, you just have to find a way to manage it.
Pros
great work culture
Cons
tough work and high work load
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Flexibility
Dedicated Recovery Coach (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZFebruary 25, 2016
Days can be busy, learned new skills, co-workers are great, direct supervisors are amazing. Hardest part of the job is managing documentation, encountering, and organization. Hardest part of the job is managing everything and not having space to do so. Most enjoyable is watching the kids and families be successful.
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Very rewarding job, management is awesome.
Clinical care giver and Clerical Administrator (Former Employee) –  Prescott, AZJuly 11, 2012
Group home setting, a very rewarding job working with special needs adults. I've learned a great deal of patience, and understanding. The company is really appreciative of the employees. I worked seven day shifts and had to stay and live in the group home, so it took me away from home a lot. It was a very demanding position but very humbling dealing with the special needs people I worked with. I've made a great deal of life long friends with many of my coworkers.
Pros
good work environment. management is awesome.
Cons
seven day work shifts.
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Great work environment and great caring organization
QM Reporting Specialist (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZMay 28, 2015
Not for profit organization with awesome co-workers and management. Comfortable work environment. Proud to be part of this organization and their mission and values. Current in the midst of some big changes.
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Fast paced, multitasked place to work
NOV-PRES (Former Employee) –  Tucson, AZFebruary 2, 2014
Work schedule depends on the times your work clients are available. The day can start out with two to three visits. They can be for two to four hours long. The Children's ages can range from infant to seventeen years of age. Can be multiple siblings. You are responsible for transportation too and from the visit. How to be empathetic but professional at the same time. How to work with a culturally diverse population. Co-workers are supportive and respectful.

The hardest part of this job was having to explain to the clients (children) why a parent did not show up to their visit.
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Behavioral Health Technician (Current Employee) –  Tucson, AZAugust 9, 2012
create a plan for the day with the customer
Customer skills
Very helpful
Handling crises
people are friendly and work together.
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Good Program
Direct Care Worker (Current Employee) –  Chino Valley, AZDecember 9, 2014
Time Consuming but you learn a lot from the clients and your peers.
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3.9
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3.1
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3.1
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2.8
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3.1
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3.5

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