Good for a beginner out of college, not for much else
Mental Health Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – June 29, 2017
Overall, the division I work for is decent. Fairly slow paced and many days drag on. Management is very dependent on who you have. Supervisors are nice but if they dislike you they will come after you. Manager is awesome and will help you as long as you prove your worth. Sr.Management team is a joke, very egotistical and unwilling to compromise at all even for the most dedicated staff. Staff culture can be childish, much like high school cliques. However, there is a good balance with very professional staff as well. The best part of the job is the clients you serve,they make most days worth grinding through. The hardest part is a lack of mobility, very little space to move up. It's a non-profit so they pay is lower than other comparable places. If you're just getting out of college and require experience, this place is amazing. However, in many other circumstances, this may not be the place for you.
Generous PTO, friendly co-workers, diversity in client base, paid training
low pay, low mobility, very inactive, slow