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If you want to have a life, this job will not work. Must work on "family's" schedule which means if they want Friday at 6:00 pm, guess where you'll be? If a different family wants Friday at 7:00 am? Well, you get the point. Plus mountains of paperwork and meetings. 40 hours is a joke.

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They can up to two months when they first start.

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Great benefits

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40+ hours and Yes the hours are more than advised but you're working with family schedules.

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Night monitors for the most part have the easiest position. Children are required to be in bed and are usually asleep by the time night monitors begin their shift at 10:30. In the morning staff come in at 6:30 to wake the youth, and night monitors are free to leave. If a crisis occurs, the Manager on Duty will respond.

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Standard urine drug test.

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I was only there for training and they did a great job training.

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Yes all employees

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