Social Service technician (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 6, 2017
In the beginning this was a very good company to work for until they got another CEO. once, the new CEO came in everything changed to where they started splitting the company up and they didn't want staff to talk to certain people. The pay was very good and the insurance. They still have issues but they're still up and running.
Overall, it was a wonderful experience to work for this company
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 1, 2015
My typical day consists of arriving before the children to make sure you are there to help the teacher greet them as they arrive. Make sure you get a briefing from the teacher as to what will be going on through the day. Keep a close eye on children at all times to ensure their safety. A the end of the day make sure they are picked up by parent or guardian.
Every day it is a new experience with the children.
Some locations can get a bit far sometimes as you can be called to different locations every day.
Early Childhood Educator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 21, 2015
Plan and maintain a safe, clean, learning environment for children. Update parents regarding their child's progress. Excellent co-workers who really care about the families they serve. Hardest part of the job, when children go on to Kindergarten. The most enjoyable part of my job has got to be the kids, loving staff and administrators.
the children and their families, top notch staff who really enjoy their job.
Teacher (Former Employee) – San Diego – July 17, 2015
The day was always planned with activities, but I liked having the flexibility of being spontaneous with the children. I learned that it takes someone extremely passionate about working with children & families to make a longtime positive impact on the families' lives we serve. The management for the organization had high expectations with a lack of resources in place to support Teachers successfully accomplishing the agency's/personal goals. My colleagues & I work great as a team we support each other in any way we can. The most challenging part about working for the company was not having enough time to complete work during work hours & having to stay later without pay or take work home. The most enjoyable part was knowing that I had the ability to lay a solid foundation for children to build on.
Fun working with children and people from different organizations.
Social Service Technician (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 2, 2013
A typical day at work is to go over my daily schedule before I start my day. I'm to follow that daily schedule as told by my supervisor and document all information in the files. Sometimes, follow-up calls are needed and a home visit. Myself, management and other social service technicians have a daily meeting once a week to follow-up on weekly schedule. The hardest part of the job is trying to reach the parents and have meetings or follow-up dental and physical appointments with them. The most enjoyable part of my job is supporting the families and getting to know them as well as their children.
Nice environment and learned a lot from the different trainings.
Somethings are a learning experience when you don't know it but very interesting.
Teacher Home Visitor (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 27, 2013
At this work I just to work with families and preschool children, learning the basic of kinder and doing referral. management was great and nice all very professional. The hardest time was the travelling time to visit the families because of traffic and gas.
Premier health and human service agency with a mission to help the community of San Diego.
Print Shop Manager (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 22, 2012
My tenure at Neighborhood House Association began with my status of client/employee. My mother had Alzeheimer's and needed a safe, secure place for care during the daytime to ensure my sisters and I could go to work. This agency's Adult Day Health Care program was our salvation and provide us with peace of mind and Mom a place of refuge during the daytime hours. They picked her up from the front curb of our residence and brought her safetly back there every weekeday; what a blessing.
great health benefits and retirement options.
recent cutbacks, limitations on services and programs.