Company might improve now that it's under new management, but while I was there communication between the outreach program and main campus. Our concerns and needs went largely unaddressed or took so long to resolve that they became irrelevant. Management seemed to care more for money than the needs of our staff and children. Otherwise the employees are great, really friendly people. Each student had his/ her own schedule over the course of the day based on what he/ she was learning and we recorded data on his/her behavior to measure progress, though management failed to use or even review the data for the entire fall semester. At our location we never got a lunch break (there wasn't enough staff to watch the kids if someone left) but because of that we got to leave early in the afternoon. They rarely pay overtime. Behavior techs in Marion are hired at $10/hr and pay tax to work in Marion, so it really isn't much better than a retail job anywhere. If you want to make a real difference in childrens' lives without being treated like you make a difference it's a great place to work.
Low pay, management is unresponsive, no breaks