Fun place to work, but provided no advancement opportunities.
Children Advocate (Former Employee) – Florence, SC – December 3, 2017
A typical day at work was greeting residents and providing needs. Not enough counseling or structure. Residents were free to do as they wished without consequences. Needed more encouragement to make things better for themselves. The hardest part of the job was female staff members required to do a lot of manual labor, such as picking up donations with heavy lifting, furniture or frozen meat box. Coordinator did more personal reading and planning than being an active part in group training or interacting with residents. The most enjoyable part of the job was spending time with the residents.
Great opportunities to learn about resources in the area and helping women and children in need.
Dictator type coordinator where residents lived.