Inconvenient Sporadic Employment
Support and Mentor (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 26, 2015
The paperwork is really what you get paid for, but for a job that required you to be incredibly flexible, would not let you come into the office at an early hour to submit your report at the beginning of the day. I had a tight schedule as I was in school, and I thought the flexibility of the Job would be ideal, but instead it was non-existent.
In addition, Waiver Service Providers get reimbursed for a VERY small amount of money to take children out to respite; there's no stipend.
Lastly, this is not a solid Job; you have to work up to cases for a few months. Starting out you're lucky if you're working at most 16 hours per week, so getting paid 17-30 per hour really doesn't put much food on your table.