Behavior Consultant (Current Employee) – Delaware – February 22, 2017
The management team at Mosaic consists of a group of experienced professionals in the field of human services. There are opportunities for growth. The organization cares about employees and will often seek feedback on how to improve.
Mosaic provides the best service to the individuals served that includes person centered planning, nursing, and behavioral supports.
Mosaic is an organization that is consistent and well structured.
Administrative Technician (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 21, 2017
giving excellent care to the special need individuals, hard working staff and management. great organization all around the world. Home care as well as job training for handicapped individuals. in home care when needed
Direct Support Associate (Current Employee) – Hastings, NE – February 21, 2017
I love the individuals I've had the opportunity to serve at Mosaic. This job does take patience. The hours have worked well with schooling. I assist people with intellectual disabilities in their homes. I help cook, clean, go shopping, handle money, and pass medication. Management has been a bit difficult. In the two years I have worked here I have had 6 managers. Lots of changes!
We do fun stuff
No management on site and not all coworkers have good work ethics
Certified Medication Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 15, 2017
Liked working with people that have disabilities reach their personal potential. A typical day would be starting their morning routine in a timely manner. I learned that no two days are alike, to be flexible and be able to adapt to change. Management wasn't always there on a daily basis to assist. The hardest part of the job is to be flexible and adapt to not having enough staff. The most enjoyable part of the job is to see the clients smile
Direct Support Associate (Current Employee) – Norfolk, NE – February 9, 2017
A typical day at work, includes working with intellectual adults that have learning disabilities. I help these clients with several things. I work at the vocational place, it's called the work shop. I normally work with 4 different individuals during the day. I do programs with them, which is helping them achieve personal goals that they have. The clients I work with like to work on production, which are small jobs for them to do during the day so they can get paid. I also take them on community outings. They enjoy going to the movies, library, and going out to eat. I do enjoy my job and working with all my clients can be very rewarding at times. It can also be very difficult at times to. Sometimes they don't want to do certain things like there programs, so I have to encourage them to do them as much as I can.
Mosaic is a friendly place to work. Sometimes there are long hours and hard work to be done but the people there are nice. If you want a permanent position with job security than Mosaic would be a great place to work.
Maintenance Mechanic & Sulfuric Plant op. (Former Employee) – Plant City, FL – February 5, 2017
A typical day at Mosaic is %50 work & %50 easy work. If you work together it makes the day better. I learned a great deal while working for Mosaic. Welding, piping, mechanics, & so on. Management is generally fair from the direct supervisor on up the latter. There is a vast culture of people there but mostly good people just trying to earn a good living. Hardest part of the job is some times you work 12 hours a day for 3 weeks straight. This is not offend.And that check you get at the end makes it well worth it. the best part of the job is that pay check.
Direct Support Associate (Former Employee) – Nebraska – January 31, 2017
This organization is a great place to work for if you want to make a difference. They care about the people they help and also the people that they employ. If you can handle the stress that comes with caring for another human life then this job is for you. It is meaningful and you are able to make lifelong connections with a population that is used to being ignored. Pay is around minimum wage, but there are always hours available and usually overtime as well.
meaningful work, great culture, great company, benefits, advancement opportunities
pay can be low, jobs demands are high and can be taxing, burnout risk
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 26, 2017
Typical day would be set up tools to work with & engage customers, provide information about product, hand out samples. Great management they leave you on your own but are available if needed. Multicultural workplace. There was no really hard part loved it!