Fulfilling work but with very unrealistic expectations and unhealthy levels of stress
Focused on harm reduction and at-risk populations requires the agency to be open and not a stuffy environment. This can make for lots of fun and workplace conversations you’d never hear in the corporate world. Most enjoyable part of the job is helping clients get better and pursue their life and health goals, even the clients who present with more - more ... difficult challenges offer lessons to better oneself as well.
Management regularly states that they have an open door policy and welcome communication with agency staff but informally this isn’t true, and will likely result in conversations with ... - less
ProsCompetitive salary, harm reduction, community engagement
ConsMicromanaged to extreme, unrealistic demands, high deductible health insurance only